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' T0E !!>'!>SAY, Editor
WF MAKE A TEAR
Thi8 issue of the Chronicle cornBMBi^^^fceaces
the second year of the newsf
paper under the present management.
A year ago we did not know anything
about the editing and publishing
of a newspaper, now we know it
all. At least, we have seen and experienced
all of the dark side of the
business and we know what the bright
side would look like and be if we
could but arrive there.
We have tried to give Cheraw a
vtcau, ucwsjr UUUUI17 newspaper lit
spite of hard times, fair support and
troubles galore. How well we have
STATEMENT OF THE
f BanK of
' located at Cheraw, S. C., at the
LoanB and discounts $567,155.98
Overdrafts 6,061. SI
Bonds and stocks owned
by the bank 86,976."3
Furniture and fixtures 6,537.46
Banking house 30,000.00
Other real estate owned 1,750.00
Due from banks and bankers 63,880.96
Silver and other minor ocin 992.52
Checks and cash Items 3,079.60
Liberty loan bonds owned 121,550.00
^ Total $S95,653.66
State of South Carolina, County <ft Clu
Before me came G. W. Duvall, Vic
named bank, who, being duly sworn,
statement is a true condition of said
Sworn to and subscribed before m?
C. K. Waddill,
R. T. Caston,
M. W. Duvall,
REPORT OF COX
at Cfheraw in the State of S. C., at tl
Loans and discounts
Deposited to secure circulation (U. S.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve I
Cash in vaults and amount due from n
Amount due from State banks, bankers
in the United States
Checks on other banks in the same cit
reporting bank (other than Item
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 12
Redemption fund with 1". S. Treasurer
U. S. Treasurer
Capital stock paid in
Circulating notes outstanding
Amount due to Federal Reserve Bank?
Amount due to State banks, bankers at
the Unied States and foreign c<
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total of Iteans 21. 22. 23. 24 and 2
Individual deposits subject to check
Total of demand deposits (other th
deposits) subject to reserve, i
27. 28, 29, 30 and 31
Certificates of deposit (other than for
Total of time deposits subject t?i
Items 32, 33. 34 and 3o
Notes and bills rediscounted
State of South Carolina, County of ( In
I, S. G. Godfrey, cashier of the a
that the above statement is true to the
Subscribed and sworn to before in
Geo. M. Walters
Thos. M. Knight
I HAVE SECT RED WILLI A
BILL NO. .*>471(5 BELOMUU
AND WILL KEE1? IIDI AT
FALL SEED IR
Also a Full Line <>i 111
HORTON & HEP.
paying proposition.. Vol
and attention to business.
Apply in own liand writing.
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succeeded you know. Our joy is that
we have "made our first year."
Many have complimented U3 on cur
sheet and but one man ha: suggested
chat we try to improve it 7?"e are
grateful for our kind-hearted and patient
readers. We know possibly better
than anyone that we have only
taken pavt of a step toward giving
this community a real newspaper, but
we have had a year's experience now
and presently we will have more experience
and eventually D. V. we will
give Cheraw a paper she will be proud
We expect to get fresh CUT FLOWERS
each week and will appreciate
i your patronage, we will also have in
stock a full line of designs for all
classes of funeral work.
THE PURE SEED CO.
CONDITION OF THE
close of business June 30, 1922
Capital stock paid in $110,000.00
Surplus fund 50,000.00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes paid 11,814.83
Due to banks and bankers 9,617.80
Dividends unpaid 67.00
subject to check 429,460.69
Cashier's checks 1,147.35?430,614.04
Bills payable, secured by
Liberty loan bonds 96,200.00
Bills rediscounted with
Federal Reserve bank 97,489.93
Liberty loan bonds deposited 81,950.00
Reserve account 7,900.00
e President and Cashier of the above
says that the above and foregoing
bank, as shown by the books of said
G. W. DUVALL.
e this Oth day of July, 1922.
J. L. CRAIG, Notary Ihiblic.
DITIOX OF THE
ie close of business on June 30, 1922
. bonds par value) 50,000.00
; house 8,155.00
utionnl banks 23,269.34
; and trust companies
v or town as
i 12) 859.80
and due from
id trust companies in
1 r.(i r.77 r.Q
money borrowed) 1,809.13
lmve named bank, do solemnly swear
best of my knowledge and belief.
S. G. GODFREY, Cashier,
e this ."th day* of July, 1922.
J. O. RALKY, Notary Public.
M THE SENIOR HERD
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DR. O. H PURVIS
PHTSICLA.V & SURGEON
Public Square Huger SI
Phone 243 Phone 24'
CHERAW. S. C.
DR. T. E. WANNAMAKER, Jr.
Office Hours 8 to 2
Office at Residence
P. A. MURRAY, JR.
Attorney at Law
CHERAW, S. C.
Office upstairs Lyric Theatre BIdg
666 Is a prescription for Colds,
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most speedy remedy we know.
Notice is hereby given that all mj
lands located in this and other counties
are posted against huntirvg anc
fishing. This especially applies to mj
place located on Big Lake. All permissions
heretofore given are herebj
revoked. Any violation of the abovt
will be prosecuted to the full extenl
of the law.
J. L. ANDERSO.N
Notice of Loss of Stock Certificate
Notice is hereby given that the certificate
No. 150 for twenty-five (25)
shares of capital stock of the Cheraw
Oil and Fertilizer Co., of Cheraw, S. C
owned by the undersigned has been
lost or destroyed and application will
be made by him to said Cheraw Oil
and Fertilizer Co., of Cheraw, for a
new certificate therefor on the twenty-first
(21) day of July, 1922.
June 8th, 1922.
0. M. PEGUES.
C L ? X S 0 N COLLEGE
Scholarship Examinations for Chesterfield
Examinations to fill 2 vacant fouryear
scholarships and one vacant oneyear
scholarship will be he'd at the
County Seat on Friday, July 14th, beginning
at 9 A. M. under the supervision
of the County Superintendent
1?Four-year Scholarship. Open to
students desiring to pursue Agriculture
or Textile Engineering.
Subjects for examination: English,
including grammar, literature, composition
and rhetoric; Algebra, including
quadratic equations; American
and European History; and practical
Age requirement, 16 years or over
at the time of entrance.
Winners of scholarships must be
prepared to meet also the requirements
for* admission of the Association
of Colleges of South Carolina.
The examinations may be taken foi
entrance credits by those not applying
for a scholarship.
The value of each scholarship is
$100 per session and free tuition of
$40. Membership in the Reserve Officers'
Training Corps, R. O. T. C. is
also equivalent in money to a scholarship
during the last two years in college.
2?One-year Short Course Scholar,
ships. Open to students 18 years of
aee or over desiring to pursue the
One-Year Course in Agriculture. Common
school education sufficient.
3?No previous application to the
college necessary to stand scholarship
For catalogue, application blanks
and other information write to
Clemson College, S. C.
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The Chronicle 01.50 a year.
^ The charge for publishing political 1
announcements, for entire period, are 1
For all county offices, $.1.00.
For all offices outside the county, 1
For cottonweigher and township ''
At these rates the announcement 1
shall not be over fifty words.
lT. S. CONGRESS
W. F. Stevenson
"I hereby announce that I am a Candidate
in the Democratic primaries ol
South Carolina, for the nomination for
' Representatie of the 5th Congressional
District, for the GSth Congress and 1
1 takethis opportunity to thank the peo1
pie of the District for their loyal sup
port in the past and to asy that I shall '
endeavor to deserve their support and
s confidence in the future."
t W. F. STEVKXSOX '
STATE SENATE a
I hereby announce myself a can- s
didate for the nomination of State
. Senator of Chesterfield County and
pledge to abide by the rules of the
J. A. SPRUILL
I FOR STATE SENATE
I herewith announce myself a candidate
for the Democratic nomination
for the State Senate from Chesterfield
J. ARTHUR KXIGHT
To The Democratic Voters of Chetserl'ield
I am a candidate for the House of
Reresentatives in the'coming primary,
if elected I will stand for rigid economy,
ever having in mind the sad condition
of our state and county.
Signed J. SIDNEY SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for House of Representativesubject
to the rules of the DemocraticParty.
A. F. FUXDERBURK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives
subject to the rules of the Democratic
Primaries. C. L. THOMAS.
FOR J EDGE OF PROBATE
' Under the rules of the Democratic
Party, I respectfully announce my
candidacy for re-election as Judge of
Probate, and I am sure that I fully
appreciate the confidence so long reposed
in me. M. J. IIOl'GH
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bounty of Chesterfield.
By M. J. Hough, Probate Judge.
Whereas G. W. Duvali made suit to
ne to grant him Letters of Adminisration
of the estate and effect of
B. C. Hunt, deceased.
These are Therefore, to cite and adnonish
all and singular the kindred
nd creditors of the said J. B. G'. Hunt
leceased, that they be and appear beore
me in the Court of Probate, to be
idd at Chesterfield on 12th July next
fter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock |||
n the forenoon, to show cause, if any
hey have, why the said Adminlstra- |
ion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 2Gth day
f June, Anno Domini 1922.
M. J. HOUGH,
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killer, for Infected soores, tetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism.
The Democratic Club Roll is at the
ifi'iee of the cheraw Chronicle and
11 ladies in town are specially urged
o enroll at once. It is necessary to
ign the book in person.
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