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PLUB WORK PRIZES ANNOUNCED
Over Seven Hundred Dollars Will Go
to Winners in 1921.
Clemson 'Collerge, Sept. 15.--First
and second prizes in corn, peanut,
cotton, ipig and calf club work and
certain special prizes, the total
amounting .to $705.00, -are being of
fered to members of boys' agricultual
clubs in this state this year, accord
Ing to pnnouncement by L. (j. Baker,
supervising agent of boys' club work,
.who -has Just completed the -prize list.
This list of attractive prizes is made
Possible, says Mr. ,Baker, 'through the
liberality of bankers, fertilizer com
panies, seed houses, livbstock associa
'tions and others who -believe -in the
great value of club work. Below are
the prizes and donors.
Corn Club Prizes
1. Gold 'watch (value $50.00), 'W. H.
Mixon -Seed Co., Charleston; 2nd,
Twenty-five dollars, Geer IDrug Co.,
2. Twenty-flve dollars, II. 'G. 'Hast
ings Seed Co., Atlanta; one ton 8-3-3
fertilizer, Ashepoo Fertilizer iAorks,
'Spechl prize for largest yield on
ulIe acrn regardless o' cost.. One ton
8-3-3 fertilizer, 'Planters' Fertilizer
and Phosphate Co., Charleston.
l'canut Club Prizes
1. %Fifty dollars, 1. G. lastings
Seed Co., Atlanta; half ton 8-3'-3 For
tilizer, Asho.,oo Fertilizer Works,
2. Twenty-five dollars, Geer Drug
Co., Charleston; half ton 8-3-3 ferti
lizer, Ashepoo Fertilizer Works, Char
Cotton Club Prizes
1. One hundred dollars, Soil Im
provement Committee, Atlanta.
2. Twenty-five dollars, H-. G. Hlast
ings Seed Co., Atlanta; one ton
8-3-3 fertilizer, Ashepoo Fertilizer
Pig Club Prizes
1. Twenty-five dollars, Geer Drug
Co., Charleston; one .toin 8-3-3 ferti
lizer, Ashopoo Fertilizer Works,
2. Twenty-five dollars, S. C. Bank
ers' Association; 1astman Kodak,
Lanneau's Art Store, Charleston.
Special prizie for best record with
Duroc-Jersey pig, Fifty dollars, Amer
lan Duroc-.lersey- Swinl Breeders'
Special prize for best record with
Poland-China pig, twenty-five dollars,
Shuler Bros.; Vance.
1. 'liventy-five dollars, S. C. State
'Bankers' Association; one ton 8-3-3
fertilizer, Ashepoo Fertilizer Works,
2. Twenty-five dollars, Geer Di;ug
Co., Charleston; half ton 8-3-3 ferti
lizer, F. S. Royster Guano Co., Colmm
The South Carolina State Bankers'
Association has contributed $100.00 to
promote club work and $350.00 of this
will be spent in training the team and
ipaying its expenses to attend the
Southeastern Fair in Atlanta, Ga.,
Oct. 1U21, to take part in the Inter
national Club Judging Contest.
The Car Everlasting
Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
Charter No. 1085~9
Report of ('on
At Laurens, in the State of South C'ar<
temiber, 6, 1921.
Loans and1( discounts, includiung redisc
Notes and bills rediscounted with F
.Hank (other than bank acceptanec
Overdrafts, unsecured..... .... .... .
U. S. Glovornment securities owned:
All olter United States Governmen
Other bonds, stoc)<s, securities, etc...
F'urnitu re and Filxtu res.... .........
Lawvful reserve with Federal Reser've Ui
Cash in vault andl amount (due from nat
Checks on banks located outside of city
and other cash items .... .... ...
Total .... ......... .... .... ...
Capital stock Ipaid in .... .... .... ..,
surplus fund .... .... .... .... .... .
Und.ividled priofits ......... .... ....
'Iess cuirrent expenses, Interest andi ta
Amount (1ue to national banks .... ...
Cashier's checks on own bank outstand
Trotal of above thvo items .... ...
Demand deosits (other than bank do
(deposits payable 'within 30 dlays)
Individlual deposits subject to chec
Certifleantes of deposits duo in less
for money borrowed)..... ......
Dividends un'paid .....,... .....
Total of domand deposits (other
posits) subject to Reserve .........
Time deposits subject to Rleservo (paya
ject to 30 (lays or more notW.
'Certificates of deplosit (other than
Other timo deposits.... .... ...
Trotal of time deposits subject to'It
Billk pfiyable, other than with Federal
all obligationis representing mione)
riscounts) ......... .... .... ...
Bills -payable with F'eerai Reserve Bar
Liabilities other than those above state
Total .... .... .... ..... .
State of South Carolina, Countvot lr
I, Clyde T. Franks, Cashier of the
* hat the above statement is true to the
m8ubscriibed and sworn to before me
C.orrect-Attest; M. J. Owings, B.
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DIALS NEWS *
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Dials, Sept. 19.-Phe Epworth
Leaguers of .this liplace delightfully en
tertained with a "kid party" Tuesday
evening from 8 to 11:30 o'clock. The
affair took 'place in the school build
ing, and nwas in the nature of a going
away party in honor of those members
who are leaving in a few days for the
various collegen throughout the
state. The auditorium was beautiful
ly decorated. The League colors of
white and yellow were successfully
carried out. In keeping with the "kit
party" idea, the guests came in chil
dren's costume and kept in mind the
words Qf the poet,
"Turn backward, oh, backward, time
in your flight,
And Make me a child again, just for
Many youthful games and contests
were enjoyed, while music was ren
dered throughout the evening, and a
j6yful time. was spent iby all.
Refreshment,; calculated to please
all "kids" were served by Mlisses Ceciil
Owings, 'Sallie D. Brownlee and Mag
ale iD. Curry, after which the grand
march took place during which tie
judges made their decision as to the
young man and young lady most suc
cessfully carrying out the "kid" Ipart,
both in costume and manner. T1rhe
prize !went to "AMister" .bhnny Sim
mons, and little Miss T. Craig Ilun
ter, both of whom proved very attrac
tive "kiddles". "IHome, Sweet Ilome"
was then played by the musicians, ev
eryone joining in with the words, at
ter which good-4byes were said, the
evening festivaities having come to a
A number of visitors from -tihe coni
mnunity were present and the Leaguers
were glad to welcome them, as well
as the following League mumbers of
other societies: Miessrs. Claud Willis,
of Green Pond; Arthur Wilson, Rufus
Wolff and Armstrong, of Shiloh.
Allsses Maggie D. Curry and Sue
IHenderson left Friday for Rock 1111
'here they joined the Iaut ren4 county
contingent at Winthrop college.
Rev. and lrs. Dave Blackwell, Miss
lartha May and ir. Dick 'iliackwell,
of Quincy, Fla., are on a visit to .Alrs.
Blackwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Curry. Miss Martha May is en
route to 'Spartanburg where she will
enter Converse college, being a senior
in that college, while her brother goes
on to Virginia where lie will continue
his studies in -the University of Vir
lr. and Mrs. L. J. PhillIps, of Green
ville, spent several days last week
with relatives here.
1i.r. Clyde Curry, after enjoying a
pleasant vacation with his parents,
leaves in a few days for Nashvide,
Tenn., where lie will again preside
over the chair of English in Vander
Mrs. P. M. Ilellams and son, Jame,
spent several (lays in (Greenville last
week, where they went to undergo
treatment from Dr. I'. W. Carpenter.
TIhey were accomp~aniedl by 'r. Ralph
Hleliams andl Mrs. D. D. Harris.
Prof. C. F". Brooks, of Greenville,
spent the week-end with GIr. 'Wmn.
Brooks and family.
Mr. and M\rs. .W. S. -Holt and family,
of H ickory Taverni, spent Sunday at
the liome of Mlr. D). D). Brownlee.
A goodly dlelegationi from this
p~lace attended the County 'Sunday
School Convention whieh convenedl in
dition of tihe eereDsrcNo5
'lina, at the close of business onr Selp.
5 sold1)..... ..13,38.87 $261,417.00
.. . .. . .. ... ... . 1195.86
L Securities .... .... .... 5,000.00
. .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. ,80)0.00
.... ... .. . . .. ... 2.354.53
lonal banks .... .... .... 7,0415.45
or town of reporting banik
- . . . . . . . . . . ,1,284.94
.... .... .... .... .... $295,335.29
. .. . . .. . .. ... ... $ 50,000.00.
... ... .... ... ... .. 22,500.00
.... .... ....$ 11,611.62
xes paid . . .. .. 4,397.68 7,213.941
. .. . . .. . .. ... ... 5,036.40
lng .... .... .... ...... 66.35
.... .... ....$ 5,102.75
posits) subject to Reserve
than 30 days (other than
.. . .. ... .... ... .. 12,217.47
. .. . .. . . .. . .. .... 420.00
than bank de
.... .... ....$ 57,949.05
ible after 30 days, or sub
m, and postal savinigs):
for money borrowed) .... 84,463.68
.... .... .... .... .... 43,671.46
Reserve 'Blank (including
borrowed other than re
. . . . . . . . . . . 20,000.00
k .. . . . .. . . . .. . 4,2'50.00
. . .. . .... .. $295,335.29
above-named .bank,.d10 solemly swear
best of my knowledge and .belief.
CLYD~iD T. !F'hANK(S, Cashier.
this 13th day of September, 192.1.
'R. 10. DBABJ, Notary 'Puiblic.
3. Blakely. I. .J. Martin. Dirctors.
the ;Presbyterian church of Owings,
Wednesday,othe 14th. An interesting
program was given. The 'banner of
attendance was awarded 'to 'Dials. Thi
honor is a well-deserved and apme
ciatdd one, and Dials :hopes to groiw
in attendance and work so as to keep
the 'banner always -before the Sunday
Qliss 'Mattle Simmons, of Greenville,
was in our midst during the week-end
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* MEETING (1F W. 1. U.
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The regular quarterly meeting oi
the Third ilivision of W. M. U. will
'be helt with IBethabara church Sat
urday, September 21, beginning al
10:30 o'clock. The meeting will be
in the nature of a rally, the program
being given by the assorlational oflie
Words of welcome will be extendeo
by Mrs. Lillian Hill, of the hostess
chureh, devotional being in charge of
Mrs. Edward 'Long, of Clinton; ad
dresses will be made by Mrs. C. 13.
Bobo, Supt. of Laurens Association,
and Rev. S. 1-1. Templeman. lhases of
W M. 11. Work will be presented by
corresponding oflicers as follows:
Sunbeams- irs. W. N. Austin.
It. A.-Mrs. J. W. lleason.
G. A. and Y. W. A.--Mrs. S. 'T. Tem
Mission Study--Mrs. r. N. Barksdale.
The division will also be honored 'by
visits and helpful talks from ilresi
dents of other divisions, Mrs. W. W.
Yeargin and Mrs. Sloan Malhon. All
churches of Tihrd Division, consisting
of Heaverdam, llellview, Calvary,
Clinton, Cross :Hill, Holly Grove, Gold
ville, Lydia, Mt. Pleasant, Prosiect,
Mouintville an( Waterloo, are asked to
send a full delegation.
AZIlT M. WOFORD,
.\IRS. j. (I. WILSO,1N, President
Chairman Program Committee.
101,.1iIiA LHLAZE WORST
IN k LONG IIIIi'
Col umin bia, Sept. 1S.-"ireneni early
this morning succeeded in getting.11n
der control the fire that, shortly af
ter midnight Saturday night threaten
ed an entire city block in tile heart of
The fire originated in a sinall vul
canizing plant in a rear wing of a
three-story building and was for more
than :10 .minutes smothered .between
the celling and roof, finally breaking
through to completely destroy tle
structuire. The .bmilding was occupiet
by Winglield's drug store, Illal t iwan
ger's, a fashionable woman's dress
shop, the Mlk's home, a small vul
canizin.g plant and a barber sliop. All
these bhusinesses were wilped out aind
incluidl ing the building itself, entailed
a loss of $250,000.
Only a fireproof !wall separating the
strMuctur, owned by R. S. Desportes,
from adjoining bu(ildings, saved other
stores;, as low water pressurie badly
hmaniperedi the firemen. The Camp
Jracksoni lire '(departmnent was called
On for assistance, hut was not used.
:Parts of the wvalls or the building
erashedl to the street duiring the bilaze
andi( the)0 poice wer'e guarding the
streets todlay, not allowving pedes
trians to go near for fear' of the othi
er' sections erulll'iig.
* SIIILOHK NEWS
Shiloh, Sept. 20.--Rev. C.. . Wat
son illled his regular appointment at
Shiloh ;Sunday morning. Sixteen
young people were received into the
church at this service.
The members of the Dials, Gray
Court and Shiloh 1Epworth fleagues
held a joint meeting at Shiloh chmurch
Sunday afternoon for the purposc of
organizing the three leagues into a
disteict union league. The following
ofmleers were elected: President, ,Mism
E0va Shell; Vice-President, Miss Sallie
Wolff; Secretary and Treasurer, '.liss
Cecil Owings. The meetings are to
be held in rotation, every thwo months,
at the three churches. We are ex
pecting great things from th-is union.
Mir. Milton Wilson left lqst Thurs
day to take up his duties as principal
of a school at Dillon.
'Misses Cornelia and Ruth Wallace
have returneid to 'Limestone college,
where they will he Junlors this term.
Mr. litufus Wolff, after attending
W'offord college for the past two years,
etween the So
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1'The Double Trackec
New Styles F
of Prunella C
"A GOOD PLA4
will resmine his studies at Erskine
college this term.
M)R. IR. L. Wolff, of 1I7aurens, and
.Mlrs. G. F. Wolff, of Shiloh, qpent
Tuesday with Mrs. I. C. Wallace.
Mrs. William 'Ray has returned to
her home -at Ithaca, N. Y., after
spending several weeks here with
parents and relatives.
Mr. 1). A. Watkins has purchased a
new Ford touhing car.
Mrs. G. F. Wolff delightfully en
tertained the young people of the
community at - her homie last Friday
on Any Kind
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night. Aftor many amusing games
were palyed the guests nwere invited
into the dining room where delicious
refreshments were served. Thoso
'resent were Misses sallie Wolff.
Irene, Bess, Cornelia, (Anna, l;
Ruth and (.,race Wallace, Janie Wil
son, Lois Taylor an(d Gladys Mont
gomery; Messrs. IHerman Power, Roy
Woodfin, IIarold, Carroll and Russell
Wallace, 'Richard Bolt, George Lang
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Engraved Cards and Invitations.
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