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QUEI3'IONS TO BE
Seague of Solle Toters Wants to
SHeiar fron Legislative Candidates.
h'rie State .-League of Women Votors
is'aninioned that the questions will
e asked of the candidates for the leg
jlature in eacWh' coulnty in the state
40-ring they coming prihnary. The can
4date-will bzexpeeted to answer each
4nd evoiy question plainly and tt
Newspapors will be asked to pu'blish
'Tlhe questions to be put to the can
.S 1. Will you vote for anl eight-how
'Rw fOr Women and ehidrent unilde
Will you vote for tile establish
n11eit of a wolialns state prison farm
vs providLd for in bill introduced il
egislature last year?
Nl I youi vote for a lill whici
vill iiuh e a health certificate be
ore the issuianc of a marriage 11
. Will you vote for an increasel
prov-Lilol for feeble-minded?
. Vill you vote for a bill requir
Ing media( examination of schoo
children anid the saiiitary insp)ection o
i. W:I yout vote for adequate finall
eial su:port of the State Board 0
ii ealth ,n( your county health depart
7. Will you vote for a county at
. Will you vote for raising the agc
of cons( nt for girls from sixteen t(
9. Will you vote to place at leas
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see ho.w
it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will ther
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 60c.
one woman on the board of every In-I
stitution where the welfare of women
and children are concerned?
10. Will you vote for an appropria
tion for the Charleston County Tuber
culosis Sanatorium for the care of
free and pay patients from the city
and county of Charleston?
MOOSE V1XR1O1IS TO
OPEN TllIS WEEK
Five looms Attrnetively Furnislied
.Will bei Home of Locil 3loose Order.
.,The local lodge of the Loyal Order
of Moose is to have one of the best
homes of any social or fraternal or
.der In any city of this size, according
to the plans now nearing combpletion.
live rooms in the building on the
west side of the square which was tun
til recently occupied by the lloy
'Scouts of America and the Oriole Cliub
have been diverted to the use of the
. Moose Club. One of tle rooms will
be used as a lounging room, while an
other will be a reading roomit. In a
third room will be two large pool ta
bles. In another of the rooms will be
shower 'laths. Much furniture hia.i
been purchased by the Moose trustees
and the interior of the building has
been completely renovated.
The club rooms will be for the use
of members ald out of town guests
only, according to a recent ruling of
the order. Although the club rooms
.wIll be open to members by the latter
part of this wek, oticers of the local
order are planning to have an olicial
opening In the near future. Plans for
such opening are expected to be dis
cussed at the next. meeting which will
be held Thursday night, .fuly 20. The
local lodge of the loose now has
more than 90 members and several
moore applications are opending.
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Ulickory Tavern, July 17.-Thtl farm
ers of this section are very busy pick
Ing up the punctured squares, but the
cotton is looking very ntce.
Mr. Luldle L. Abercrombie has sur
prised his friends and neighoors of this
community by bringing in his lovely
wife, '.\liss ;Eunice Moore, of Ljake City.
We are all glad to see Mrs. Aborcrom
bie, and welcome her to our homes.
Mr. J. G. Sumerel left last Tuesday
for his usual work in Lake Waccaniaw,
Mrs. lyae Rhodes, of Riddles Old
Field, is spending the week with her
honefolks of this section.
Nir. and Mrs. Blank Parker and Miss
Euee 1l3lakston, spent Sunday with
'Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Bolt.
liss Cora Bolt and 'Miss Sarah
Roper were the welcome guests of Miss
lucile Baldwin Saturday afternoon.
Soveral of the younger -folks of this
section enjoyed a porch party at Rev.
W. A. Baldwin's Saturday night.
Mrs. -W. S. .olt is critically ill at
this writing -butl we hope that she
ViIll recover very soon.
;.lr. 13. Burdine is sone better at this
No Worms lh a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy colar; which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is more or I ess stomach distulbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks.will enrich the blood.
improve thudietini, andWI actas a generalStrength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throoff or dispel the worms, and the Child willbo
In perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Statelmen of the ('ondition of the
BANK OF OWINGS
Located at. Owings, S. C., lit the close
of busines .Jn June 3), 1922.
Loans and liscounts .. ..$ 61,713.91
Overdrafts .. .........4,215.91
FurnIture and Fixtures .. ,315.6 2
Banking Ilouse........ .,287.54
1)ue from Banks and Bank
e's.. .......... ...3907.19
Currency ............ 1,201.00
Silver and Other Coin .. .. 184.27
Checks and Cash Items . . 65.52
Total ..............$ 73,891.2 6
blAB.3I LITI IDS
Capital Stock Paid In. ....$25,000.00
Suuplus Fund .. . . .. ..I1,000.00
undivided Profits, less Cur
rent 1Expenses and Taxes
Paid .............. 2,072.59
Individual Deposits Su'bject
to Check ... .. -$15,081.95
Time Certificates of )e
posit .. .. . . .. 17,729.57
Cashier's Checks . 7.15 32,818.67
Total.. .. ....... . ..$ 73,891.26
State of South Carolina,
County of 'Laurens.
Before tme caine Henry Etta Owings,
Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing s4ateunelm t is a
'true condition of said bank as shown
by the books of said bank.
H lN1Y 1T TA OW CINGS.
Sworn to and su'bseribed -)efore mo
this 12th day of July, 1922.
(R. 'M. BRYGON,
Correct Attest: G. W. Owings, l1en
ry Iitta Owings, R. M. Bryson, Direc
Prices on 0 J Passenger
CarTires and Tubes, effec
tive May 8th, are not sub.
ject to war-tax, the war-tax
having been included.
T HE G & J 30 x 3 "G" Tread at $10.90 has cured
more people of tire dickering than anything that has
happened in the past five years.
When you find a tire value like this you're done with
This $10.90 price establishes a new record for tire
economy in this community.
We recommend G & J Tires and Tubes.
Hundreds Have Taken Advantage of the Great Bargains
We Are Offering In Our
JULY CLEARANCE SALE*
It's For You! A Wonderful Opportunity to Save! Can You Afford to Miss It?
PRICES CUT LIKE THIS ___
Men's Boys',, Men's Men's Men's Men's Boys' $45.00
$25.00 $7.00 $2.50 $3.00 $5.00 $1.50 85c Wardrobe
Suits Summer Suits Shirts Straw Hats Oxfords Overalls Overalls Trunk
$18.99 $2.99 $1.99 $1.99 $3.99 94c 49c $24.99
Ladies' $1.00 Ladies' $2.00 Ladies' Childien's 75c 50c
$25.00 Voile $7.50 White Hats $2.0 Table Turkish
Suits Waists Suede Slippers Slippers Values to $7.0 ,Slipars . Damask Towels
$12.49 . 69c $4.49 $1.49 $1.99 $59 49c 4 for 99c
SALE CLOSES JULY 31, 1922-.C6ifl. TO IT NOW
Minter Company's Cash Departme Stor