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Statement of the Condition of the
BAINK OF MOUNTVILLE,
Located at Mouttville, 8. C., at the
close of business March 1, 1920.
Loans and Discounts $ 95,888.39
Bonds and Stocks Owned by
the Bank .5,800.00
Furniture and Fixtures . 1,820.00
Banking 1House 2,000.00
(Due from Banks and Bank
erS ..8.......... ...8,279.40
Currency ............ 2,128.00
S-ilver and Other Coin .. 265.58
Checks and Cash Items .. .. 797.54
Total.......... .. .$119,589.92
Capital Stock Paid Ili.. ..$.20,250.00
St irpls Fund......... 6,000.00
Ulndivided Profits, less Cur
rent EXpelses and Taxes
'aid 2.. .............,017.39
Due to lanks and I Hankers 5,278.23
.individual Deposits Subject
to Check .. .. ..$66,407.46
Time Certificates of De
posit .. .. .. .. 16,287.00
Cashier's Cheeks . . 2,349.8-1 85,0.4.30
State of F>uth Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Before me calme C. M. Fuller, Cashier
of the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing statement is a true condi
tion of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
C. M. PF1ULIR.
Sworn to and subscribed before ine
this 5th day of March, 1920.
W. 14. CIISP,
Correct Attest: C. M. Fuller, .1. M.
Simmons, W. J. Cluck, Directors.
Statemeit of the (Condition of tihe
PA ILM ET'I'0 BA N K,
Locatedt at Laurents, S. '., at the
Close of business March 1, 1920.
Loans and Discounts .. ..$388,407.93
Overdrafts .. .. . .. .... ,4.49
Bonds and S-tocks Owned by
the Hank .. .. ... .. .. ..30,780.00
Patr'niture and Fixtures .. 3,450.00
Banking I louse .. .. .. .. 4,550.00
tDue from Banks and Bank
erIs .. .. ... ..9,504.07
K'uirrency ........ ..... 3,3.00
Goid .............. 150.00
Silver and Other Coin .. 605.88
Checks and Cau;h !tems .. 9,432.81
1AlAII TI ES
Capital Stock Paid In ....$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund ..3........ .0,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid .............. 17,113.00
)ue to Banks and Hankers 67.08
Dividends Unpaid...... 196.00
Individual Deposits Subject
to Cheek . . . . $226,774.144
Savings Deposits 77,059.2-1
Time C"ertificates of De
posit .. .. . . 113,778.84
Cashier's Checks 17.4 19.58 135,03..10
State of South Carolina,
Cointy of Laureis.
IBefore mle canme I,. G. 11alle, Cashier
of the above n'tin'el bank, who, being
dilly Sworn, s:y. s that Ilit aIbove and
foregoing statik(leent is a tIrue 'on(dition
of said l.imuk, as- show-n by the books
of said banlk.
L. G. 11 ,1.':.
Svworn to) ;and ubscribld*befor11m
this 81th da.y of .\lnrch. 19211.
I. A. i1.\B1i.
Correct .\W:L .hrs \. 1).
Fer1gusxon, Crn- niGnDirve
Stuniementi I f the ('mid ition1 0 of lhe
Loeted~~ at Iautrens S. ('., at the
('lose' of bniSine ss M a irch 1, 19:211.
L oans and 1 iscount s . . . .$ 84,583.93
Bonds andl Stocks Owned by
the Ilank .. .......... ,000.00
Furmnitui'e and Fixtu res .. 750.00
D ue from IHantk s and Bank
Cirs .. .. ..... .. 8;,802.75
Siiv er antd Oth er' 'oi n . . . . 298.72
Other lesour ces, viz.:
L~iber'ty Hcnids, (s.ubscr ip
tionis for' emlloyces . . 2,585.00
To'(tal .............$ 74i,139.1(i
Capital Stock Paid In . . . .$ 10,000.00
Surplus Fund... .........1,500.00
L'ndivided Profits, less Cui'
rent E ~xlenses and1 Taxes
Paid .......... ......2,2 10.81
Inudividlual i)eposits Subject
to Check . . . . $3t6,429.72
Savings De"posits 23,9 12.55
CashIier's Checks 20.00 60,392.29
Total .............$ 74,139.10
State of South Carolina,
County of fLaurens.
Before me caine C. S. Link, Jr., At
ing Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being du~ly sworn, says that the
above and( i'oregoing statement is a
trite condition of said1 bank, as showvn
by the books of said bank.
C. S. LINK, J.1'
Sworn to and sutbscib ed before me
th is 8th day of Mlarch, 1920.
C. W. TrUNfE,
Coirreei Attest: (GeO. M. Wright, O.
11. Sin inons, M. L.. Copeland, ) Director1s.
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THOUSANDS OF DOLLAR
TO DAIRYMEN THROU
in Times of Cold Weather Prepare foI
(Prepared by the United Staten Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Each year daiiryien lose thousands
of dollars from returned sour nilk,
poor butter, and low-quality cheese.
These losses are largely eiue to Im
proper coolini of mjilk and crenni oti
the farm, according to dairy special
ists. For good results milk and cream
should be cooled to 50 degrees or lower
and beld there; an( ats thts usually can
best be (lone by the use of iee, dairy
inen should take advantage of any
near-by lake or stream to obtain a
supply of lee for next year.
Ice Costs Little.
The lee harvesting season fortunate
ly comies at a time when there Is the
least work on the farm for men andi
tealmis, and consequently the actual
money cost is usually not very great.
The quantity of ice needed depends
upon the location of the farin-whether
in the North or in the South, tihe nnin
her of cows milked, and tihe methodi of
handling the product. In the nortliern
states it has been found that, with a
muoderately good Ice house, one-half of
a ton of ice per cow is suflicletl to
cool cretim and hold it at a low teniper
ature for delivery two or three tines n
week. One and one-half or two tons
per cow should be provided where milk
is to be cooled.
Capacity of ice Houses.
A cubic foot of ice weighs about 57
pounds, so in storing iee it is custom
ary to allow from 40 to 60 cuble feet
per ton for the inass of lee. At least
12 inches must be left between tile ice
and the wall of the building for in
sulation, unless the ice house has per
inanently insulated walls and an iti
usually large space for insulation be
neath and above the ice.
Where a lake, pond, or stream of
clenr water is not available, some pre
lininary work In preparing tlie lee'
fiel will be required btefore freezing
weaither sets in. It is therefore advis
Able to iiutke all plinns for the work as
soon as possible. Water for the ce
sipply should be tlitirely free from
eontainination or pollution. Ponlus nind
slii;:ishi strennis usu11ally have grnss
anad weeds growing in thieni, So that thlie
ice li~ Irvest ed Is likely to contain de
vnyed vegettable intier, which is Il
ways objectionable. Tliey should.
terefo re, lie t horoughaly eleared of
suchi growthus before thle ice has formned,
in some sectionis it is necessary-3 to
impoundt the water for p~rodulnug Ice.
This innyl3 be done eiither by excnaat ing,
anid diverting a st ream into ihe ex
cavation, or by conistruct ing dams
across lowv areas. In localities wvhere
ve'ry low t emperatuires preva il for sev
eral weeks at a time, and the supply
of purie wiiter- is limited, blocks of iee
inny13 be~ friozeni in metal ennlS or in
Speelaii fiber containers.
In harvestinug iee it Is desinle to
have a fieldi of suflicleent size to liil lhe
tee house at a single cutting, its thle
thickne's and quality of the hee will
MACHINERY SAVES LAI
(Prepared... by.the..Un.ted Rtte Dpat
Mneiney i vnunhe i clin fire
wod ndisesecaly alabt#o.
Mnhnr ped pwodctig
an 1en moewodadthrfr
more oal aved
A buz sn or udra Sanw l petd
Pepedra y t tme Unimuh wood in dayt
monnhect of Arhtn rdW.) doi
mchinryi eai lood-scltawing mar
chidnis are puativel inensfive,
a when5 11 1 well a foill last't
long time. On farna wlihi already
haye unanoine ninna or otane ource.
S LOST EACH YEAR
GH IMPROPER COOLING
Hot Weather-Harvesting ice in a
beo more nearly uniform, and the neces
sary preparation for cutting and bar
vesting need be made but once. In
many instances, however, the size of
tie pond or stream is such that it is
necessary to wait for it second crop in
order to fill the ice house. Tihe aver
age farmer requires only a compara
tively small quantity of Ice, so that
even a small harvesting surface will
usually prove large enough, especially
if ice Is cut the second time. The
square feet of surface required per ton
when the Ice is of different thicknesses
1.9 shown in the following table. Size
of cake, 22 by 22 inches.
Square Feet of Ice Surface Required
Per Ton of ice.
'hickness Number of Cutting Space
of Ice Cakes Required Required
Inches Per Ton Per Ton
4 31.3 105.4
6 20.9 70.2
8 16.6 62.6
10 12.5 42.1
12 10.4 36.1
14 8.9 80.1
16 7.8 26.3
18 6.9 23.4
20 6.3 . 21.1
22 8.7 19.1
Few Tools Required.
Wien a small quantity of ice is to be
harvested, but few tools are required.
Tie following list contains those actu
ally needed for harvesting ice on a
s:nall scale: Two ice saws, one hand
marker, one pulley and rope, two pairs
of ice tongs, two ice hooks, one pointed
bar, and one straight edge. While
these tools are all that are necessary,
additlonal ones, such as the horse plow
and marker. horse scraper and marker,
anid a ealking har rire convenient and
will help to expedite the work of ice
U. S. BUTTER EXPORTS SMALL
This Country Furnishes Less Than I
Per Cent of Product That Fig.
ures in Trade.
(Prepared by the United Siante Der)nit
ment of Agriculture.)
In siplie of vnst grazing iarls in (tie
Urnlited States this country frurniishes
loss thar 1 per cent of the htitter that
ilgrres In World or internatinial trade,
necording to statistics recently corm
piled by the United States department
of agrictlture. Ilowever, the same
fact, expressed in terms of tihe total
rrnumber of poundi~s of butter exported,
doe's niot look so insignifiennrt, since
the nrnrrrnl totral for at least one year
in eachr of tire loist six diecaides has
approached :10,000,000 pounrds. There
hais been rar'ked finucrtaion in this
counrtry's exports of burtter, the
mrount frequrerntly dropping to less
thrarn onre-thrird of tire total for the big
years. Thie relaitiorn between domes
tic and foreign prices hats b~een the
dleterinliirng fnactor in these changes.
Dinng tihe iast few years ounr exports,
small ars threy anre relatively, hauve been
going to 70 diffe'rent counrtries, cot
antes,, and dleprendencies,
10R IN CUTTING WOOD
ofpwr iteetrtuiy1 cs
1ny Motoft -#ufisnm, e p
wit a buzzin aw is ppoimtly2
ef poser Alle o xtrae oandu i cwoo
elsar Msat th rllt; hov 10e top12
iches n by ameter nun he ut hoe. ste
whIr~ a dirzg saw, i altogh tel 20te
w'.ill nret curt so rapidly. Th'le srwlnf
outfit mnay be owned co-operatively or
may bn nue for custom wom.,
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Into the melting pot of divine love.
This saint organized peace between
frantic states in the fourteenth cen
tury. She brought the pope back to
Rome. Canonized, she Is "Saint Oath.
as in eve:
Wiking Sticks and Canes.
The general use of anes was at one
tine forbidden in Itomo by imperial
edict, except to persons of patrician
rank. The women of that time carried
them also. The cane appeared in Eng
land as the badge of aristocracy in
about the fifth century. Later came
a period of decoration and canes of
exquisite design resulted.
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)drnanently disappear after drinking the
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