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PALMAFESTA
COLUMBIA, APRIL 17-22
South ('arolina's b.ipig grala week, Fireworks, Parades, State Wide
Blenuty ('ontest, Style and Auto Show, Trades Displays, MusIe.
Pan Now to ('ome.
Vote for Palmafesta Queen
VELVET BEANS
All Here--Last Call
Get them by March 25th---we can
not hold them longer. We have a
few extra bushels; if you want them
see us by the 25th.
Save fertilizer bill for next year by
using these beans. See Mr. Vaughn,
the demonstration agent, as to what
they will do for you.
ENTERPRISE
NATIONAL BANK
Laurens, S. C.
HARRIS SPRIN(
BOTTLERS OF
HARRIS SPRINGS 'S
AND GINGER A
LAURENS and WATERL(
Harris Springs Water has been known for
The way Lhis famous water was discover
the attention of the pubiic was through J. T.
the old-t ime people as they came regulariy an
.jugs. Mr. Harris lived near by, and he begi
oNd people as to their motives, since some cam
water. He soon discovered that there were'
powers locked up in this water, so he bought t
adjacent lands. He soon made this water farr
He was offered $100,000 for it, and he sol
and developed the White Stone Springs, in Si
The company that bought this Harrid Springs
for several years. Being unfamiliar with the t
J. T. Harris had, they soon begun to lose mc
day came when the property was sold.
The present compa iy bought it for a song
pose to put this wonderful water back on the
a splendid bottling outfit, second to none, at
the plain water and the very bes;t Ginger Ale
sideration the flavor of the ginger and the m
that the ale is made of. --
We are selling the BEST GINGER ALE (1
it is made of thie famous,Harris Springs Water).
2 Some territory to cover.
Write for particulars to Harris Springa Co
W. CARL WHAR~
LAURENS and WATERLOO
GENUINE IRISH 11HA1
IS CONVER1T FEATURE
Patricia Trio Uses Aneient and Beau.
tUul Iustrulnent in Its Program.
"The Harp that Once Through Tara's
Halls" will again the soul of music,
shed tvhen the Patricia Trio is heard
in its delightful concert program at
the Opera House next Wednesday ev
ening, Alarch 29th, as the last lyceum
attraction of the season. Not that Miss
Patricia Gilmore, from v ~ the com
pany derives its name pi...'s the orig
inal harp that Tom Moore celebrated in
jhis famous poem but because that fine
young Chicago concert artist has re
vived the ancient harp of the Irish
minstrels and uses it with fine effect
in a truly unusual musical offering.
With Miss Gilmore are associated
two other fine artists who offer u ad
lightfuliy entertainlng program or
songs and readings built about one
central theme. In the beautiful cos
tumes of a more stately day they sing
old favorites in songs that have de
lighted the hearts of many generations
together with readings from classic
sources of inspiration and beauty.
These songs and stories are from the
British Isles and contain some of -the
finest gems of poetry alld music. The
Irish ditarp, originally used by the
honored minstrels of the ancient
Gaelic kiigs of that civilization which
had established a beautiful culture ev
len in pagan days, has been revived by
Miss Gilmore as an instrument o ac
companiment and is now becoming
very popular as the result of its fine
adaptibility to that purpose.
The company is one of the strongest
upon the Lyceum platform and ipre
sents a program distinctive and far
from the usual offering of concert at
tractions.
Gas, Indigestion,
Stomach Misery
-"Diapepsin"
"Papes Diapepain" has proven itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases,
Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fer
mentation or Stomach Distress caused
by acidity. A few tablets give almost
immediate stomach relief and shortly the
stomach is corrted so you can eat fa
vorite foods withot fear. Large cas.
costs only fow cents at drug store. Lil
lions helped annually.
;S co.
VATER
LE
)O, S. C.
ages.
ad and brougdt to
Harris's watching
d1 got this water in
mn to question the
3 miles to get this
wonderful curative
he Springs and the
ous.
dI it; he then went
~artanburg county.
Water out ran it
actics and pep that
ney. Finally, the
.They now pro
narket. We have
d we are bottling
--taking into con
erits of the water
'or the reason that
[N THE WORLD.
rnpany.
[ON
s.I.c.
STATE FARMS SION
CO1Y'ON CONTRACT
By Special Act of the Legislature,
State Farm Empowered to Join South
Carolina Cotton Co-operative Asso.
clation. Governor Cooper Signs 111.
Columbia, 'March 20.-The state of
South Carolina will aell all cotton
grown on the state farms during the
next five years through -the South Caro
ina, Cotton Growers' Co-operative as
sociation. Governor Cooper yesterday
signed the bill passed at the last ses
sion of the general assembly emtpower
ing the superintendent of the peniten
tiary to sign the association agreement
on the part of the state, and Col. A. i.
Sanders, the superintendent, signed
the contract immediately thereafter.
The governor signed the -act in the
resence of Senator Bethea of :Di1116n
and Representative Jackson of Sum
tc.r, two of the nlthors of the bill;
Harry 0. Kaminer, president of the
South Carolina Cotton Growers' Co
operative association; R. C. Hainur,
chairman of the caml)aign committee;
Harold C. Booker, secretary; D. W.
Watkins of the extension force- of
Clemson College; Col. A, K. Sanders,
uiperintendeint of the penitentiary, and
W. R. Watkins, the -governor's secre
tary. Senator G. K. Laney of Chester
hield, who with Senator Bethea, spon
sore(l the bill in the senate, wired thttt
hei was unable to be present at the
sgning because of previous engage
illelits.
Col. Sanders signed the contract for
575 bales, this being -based on the 192g
crop). The agreement requires that all
cotton grown on the state farms in the
years 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 and 1926
he sold through the association. It
leaves optional with the superintend
ent the sale of the cotton now on hand.
le may also turn it over to the asso
elation for sale if he deems .wise.
'Phe joint resolution signed by the
governor is as follows: "The suiperin
tendent of the penitentiary, be, and, lie
is liereby,-authorized and empowered to
sign -the agreement of tile South Caro
lina Cotton (r-owers' Co-operative as
oeiation and thereby bind the state of
South Carolina by all terms and oblil
gations therein contained an4l set
forth."
Colonel Sanders said that it gave
hi great pleasure to af1!x h's signa
ture to the association agreement. He
believes firmly in cooperative market
ing of cotton and expressed the belief
that the interests of .the state would
be conserved by its signing the agree
ment.
* * * * * * * * * * * *
* *
LANFORD NEWS *
* " ee*+eea
'Lanford, .March 20.-Dr. Graves L.
Knight filled his regular api)ointment
Sunday morning and preached a splen
did sermon. . The next service will be
on the fi-st Sunday afternoon in April.
le and "Mrs. Knight were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mirs. T. A. IDrummond.
Miss Mary Drummond continues to
improve somel, and we trust she will
soon be strong and well as she once
wvas.
The quarterly meeting of the First
Division was held with Warrior Creek
church Saturday and Sunday, and the
program was one of unusual inter'est
andh helpfulness. The -kielegates at
tended wvell . and 'were glad that the
sutperintendant had recovered suffici
ently -to be present and direct the
meoting with cven deeper sipiriituality
than ever'. She wvas kindly assisted,
and ably -too, by Mrs. J. D). Hunter,
of 'Barksdale. The dinner was as fa
mous as in former times. Ever'y one
knows the WVarr'ior people's record for
their ibounteous suppily of sulistantial
and exquisite daintles, which are a de
light 'to the inner man. Dr;. Graves
Knight and 'Rev. Walls, Warriorspas
toi', werb present and made splendid
addresses. We are proud to announce
that the next ineeting 'will be at Lan
ford on tho' third Sunday in May, and
we 'want another good meeting.
The children of the -high schoph pre
sented a splenldid S. C. program Fri
day afiter'noon, which was much en
joyed by the 'patrons of the school,
The Rural 'School 'inmprovement asso
elation wvili meet Friday afternoon at
the schiool house andh weo request all
the members' to be pimaent.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Hi. T. -Higgins, of Buf
falo, spent Sunday with their parents,
Mr. and' Mrs. J. S. Hliggins.
Mr., Ciarence Cooper and 'Miss Grace
Pearson were quietly married at the
Methodist parsonage by the Rev. J. M.
Robertson last week, in the presence of
tile -tFWO immediate -families and a fow
Intimaste friends. This happy young
couple have the 'hearty good iwishes and
c)ngratulations of the community and
wo are glad that they are to make
their 'ho~ne in our midst.
~Misdles Nina 'Lewis and Miss Anna
Footman spent the ,week-end in Spar
tanburg with fiinds and .relatives.
JProfessor Yates Waldrep, of Wood
ribff, sp'-nt the -week..end with his par
sints.
Mirs. T. A. Drummond, Mfrs. . M.
P'leming, Mrs. 0I. Ob. Cox, Mts. J. fR.
Patterson, Miss Margaret Dramm1opd
and Mias Nannie Harlan -wore sesong
hose atten~ding the sneeting at Warrior.
n 10869 Report of the Condition
FARMElS NATIONAL
t Laurens in the State of South Carolina, at.
19, 1922. Ri.S.UIO S
I.Qans and discounts, including rediscounts, ac
- banks, and foreign bills of exchange or d
dorsenent of this bank .... .... .... ....
Overdrafts, unsecured .... .... .... .... ...
U. S. Government securities owned:
All other 'United States Government securi
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: .... ....
Furniture and fixtures .................
-Lawful reserve with Federal' Reserve -Bank
Oash in vault and anount due front ngltional ba
Checks on .banks located outside of city or
baik and other cash items .... .... ....
Other assets .... .... ............
T otal .... .... .... .... .. . ....
Capital stock paid in .... .... .... .... ....
Surplus fund .... .... ....- .... ..... ....
Undivided iprofits .... .... .... .... .... .
Amount due to national banks ............
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding .
Total of above two items .... .... .... .
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
(deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to c'hcek .... ...
Certificates of deposit (lue in less than 30
money borrowed) .... .... .... .... ....
Dividends unpaid .... .... ....
Total of demand deposits (other than
!)osits) subject to Reserve .... ... .
Time deposits subject to' Reserve (payable aft
- ject to 30 dAys or more notice, and <postc
Certificates of deposit (other than for money 1)
Oher time deposits .... .... .... .... ....
Total of time deposits subject to Reservc
1ills payable (including all obligations repre
rowed other than rediscounts) .... ....
Notes and bills rediscounted, including ac<
banks and foreign bills of exchange or
dorsement of this bank .... .... ... .
Total
State of South Carolina, County of Latrens.
1, Clyde T. Franks, 'Cashier of the above-i
hat the above statement is true to the best of
Cl
Subecribed and sworni to before me this
Correct-Attest: .\. J. Owing.,, J. C1. Owll
No. 10605 Report of the Condition
i N'itiU'ISE NATION,
,t Laurens ii the State of South Carolinua, at
19, 1922.
RESOURCES
LOans and 1iscounto includ:ng rediscounts, a
ni'ks. and foreign bills of exchange or
(lorsement of this bank .. ....
Overdrafts, unsecured .........
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.:
Banking -louse, $22,000.00; aunnitur i -d
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash in vault and amount due from national b
Checks on other banks in same bity or town a
Total of above two items............
.Checks on banks located outside of city or tow
and other cash items................
Other assets:
Velvet beans .... ...................
Six bales of cotton.................
Total .... ......................
Capital stock paid in .... .... IJIABILITS
Surplus fund .............
Undivided proflts ........
Less current exipenses, interest, and taxes
Amount due to Federal' Reserve Bank (defet
Ce,'tified checks outstanding'.
Cashier's checks on own bank outstandilng
l'ottl of above three items ........
Demand deposits (other than bank ldeposits)
(deposits payable twithin 30,days):
Individual deposits subject to check....
Certi-ficates of deposit due in less than 30
money borrowed) .. .... ..
Dividendfs unpaid .... ...................
Total of demand deposits (other than
Posits) subject to Reserve
Time deposits suIbjeet to Reserve (payable af
ject-to 30 days or m1ore0 notice, -and 'post
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
Other time deposits ............
Total of time deposits suibject to Reserv
Notes and bills redliscou nted, including ac
banks and foreign bills of exchange or
'dorneinent of this bank .......
Total...............
State 'of Southl Carolinia, Couty of Y~aurers
I, C. H-. Roper, Cashier of the above-nainc
the above statement Ia true to the bert of ni
Subscribed and oworn to before me this 1
Correct-Attest: S. M. Wllkes, R. 3i. WVasr
No. 10052 Report of the Con:dithd:
L~AURE1NS NA'HONAl
/At Laur~ens in the State of South Carolina, at
RTEOURCES
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts a
banks, and l'oroign -bills of exchange o'r
dorsement or this bank ... .
Overdral'ts, secured, $2,627.33;''utnscur'ed, '$1
Other bonads, stocks, securities etc.:....
Blanking -louse, $21,904.56; Furnitur$' and'fix
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash in vault and amount duo from national b
Amount due from State -banks, bankers, and
the United States (thu-r than inclnt'ed -ir
(liecks on other banks in same city or- town
Total of above three items . ... ....
Checks on banks located outside of city or' tow
and other cash itens .........
Capital stock paid in ............
Surplus fund .... .............
Undivided profits .... .........$
Roservedi for interest and taxes accrued..
Loss current expenlses,. interest, and taxes pt
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and true
United States and fbreign countries...
Cashier's cheeks on own 'bank outstanding ...
Total of above two items .... ....
leieand deposits (otlher than: bank ,deposits)
(deposits payable within 30 days):
Tndividual deposits subject to cheek .... ..
Dividends uripaid .... .. .... '
Total of demand deoia(oth'er than
Tieposits) adzbject to Reserve .... ....
Tiedeposits subject to 'Reserve (payable 'aft
ject to 30 days or more notice, and epostt
Certihcates of 'deposit- (other than for ioney b
Other titne deposits ... .... ....
Total of time. deposits subject to Reserve
Bills payable (including all obligations repro:
-rowed otJ r than -rediscounts) , ,.
Notes- and bt l rediscounted, includinAg accej
'banI~s and foreign bills of exchange or. d
dersement of this (bank-........-..
Total ... .,.. .
Stato of South Carolina, County of Turenr
1, Geo. 11. Blakely, Cashier of Ithe above-n
that the abiere statemnent is true 'to the best et
Subscribed and awbrn to before me 'this -1
C
Correct-Attest: J. 3. Adamp, C,,M. Milie
Of the Distriet No .
BANK
the close of business on March
ceptances of Qther
rafts cold with in
4,310,381.05
..... .... .... .... Z,69 1.11
ties .... .... .... 5,000.00
.... . . .... ... 4,8.QQ.0(
..... .. 1,34.53,
...1. ... . . . . . , 13,4rn (1
nks .... .... ....
town qf reporting
.... .... ... . 3 4 87 .46
... .. . ... 348,472.45,
... ... .... $ 6,0000.0
$ 50,000.00
32,500.00
3,771.41
5.743.64
346.58
.......$ s '4.~
subject to Ieserve
.... ... ... .. 56,707.38
lays (other than for
.... .... .... ,.... 7,724.92
.... . .. 440.00
... ....$ 64,872.30
er- 30 days, or1 sub
Ll savings):
Orrowed) .... .... 40,170.99
.. . .. .. . . .... 47,284.45
..... ...$ 93,455.14
iouting money bor
... .... .... ...., 4,250.00
eptances of other
Iraft sold with in
-.. .... .... .... 103,533.08
.... .... .... .... $318,472.45
UlImled bank, (10 solemnly s'wear
mY knowledge and belief.
.YDE T. FRANKS, Cashier.
15th (lay of March, 1922.
C. A. POWICR, C. C. C. P.
gs, C. 10. Kennedy, I)Irectors.
of the District No. 5
U, RiNi
the Close of business on March
ccptan(es of other
fVil's sold w-thi in
- .... . ... .... .. $426,991.63
-.. . - ... ... 537.81
- .- . -... .... .... 13,856.00
u res, $4,513.00 .... 26,513.00
29,030.98
20,041.95
i reporting bank . . 1,231.86
.... ..$ 21,273.81
n of reporting bank
-.-.-- .... .... .... 3,929.70
-... - ... -- -.. .... 153.90
-. - .-.- . . .- ... 551.68
-..- . . -.. ... .... $523,332.51
.... .... .... .... $100,000.00
.... .... .. 2,8.06. 25,000.00
-... .... .$ 26,383.06
)aid . . . . .8,486.07 17,896.99
red credits) .. 8,058.80
240.02
.......... 989.56
....'$ 9,288.38
subtIect to Iteserve
- - - -- . iii . n . . . . . 120,368.84
tys (other than for
.. .... .... ..... 17,540.32
bank do- 293.50
.... ... . $137,664.85
er 30 days, or stb
A1 savings):
)orrIowed).- ..........6,871.65
---- --.. .... .... 99,256.09
.... ....$196,127.74
epltances of other
rafts sold -with in-.
- - ... .... ... .. 36,816.74
---. -.. .... .... $523,332.51
d bank, do solemnly swear' that
y knowledge and .belief.
.. * i.U RIOPL0R, Cashier.
r th day of March, 1922.
. flArlTll, Notary Public.
on, C. IE. Kennedy, Directors..
ot the DIfstrlct No. 5
, BANK.
the close of business on JIaxmch
ecgtances ot other
Irafts sold with in
-.-.-.--.-.-... .. .. .$296,268.15
13.66.-..--... ..-.-.-.3,,10.99
- -- - - - .. .. . . 3.000.00
ures, $3,489.00 . . .. 26,393.55
- -. -- -- - - .i . 15,886.42
anks.,..-..-. -.. ....10,393.24
-trust companies i
above two item3) 497.56
as reporting bank 603,04
-.-.-.... .. 11,493.84
n of raportin~g bank
- - . . - - i- . .. 113.74.
-..-.---.. .--. . . . . .. $355,768.69
-.-.-..-.. ... .... ..$ 50,000.00
- -- .- . . . . . . 50,000.00
1,800.00 $ i2,901.47
d.. .. '3,397.32 10,504.15
t companies in the
- -. -.. .... .... 5,505.61
- - -- . - -. ... 487l.95
..... ....$ 6,993.50.
subject to 'Reserve
--.. .... .... .... 70,302.84
rank de-680
... . $... 70,370.84
or 30 days, or sub
.1 savings):
orr'owed).-----......41082.31
- - - -- - ... ... 48,407.515.
.......4 89,489.82 .
enting money 'bor
----'----........ . 12,000.00
)tances or other
ratts sold with in-.
- -''--........ 67,8.324
-.-.-.-.....-... .....355,76.69
amed bank, do solemnly swear
my knowledge and 'belief.
R. N!. Wasson, Directors,

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