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people of this
ton. Just at this mome the chief
drive i- to conserve whear-T au
thorities in Washington are trying to
make a voluntary saving, but if the
American people do not respond, more
drastic measures will be taken. The
Food Administration has worked out
the best plan after careful study and
closely watching results, and have no
tified the food administrators through
out the country that theymare requir
ed to enforce as best they can the
"First, householders to use not to
exceed a total of one and one-half
pounds per week of wheat products
per person. This means not more
than one and three-fourths pounds of
Victory bread, containing the required
percentage of stbstitutes, and about
one-half pound cooking. flour, macaro
ni, crackers, pastry, pies, cakes, wheat
breakfast cereals all combined.
"Second, public eating places and
clubs to observe two wheatless days
per week, Monday and Wednesday, as
at present. In addition thereto not
to serve to any one guest at any one
meal an aggregate of bread-stuffffs,
macaroni, crackers, pastry, pies, cakes,
wheat breakfast cereals containing a
total of more than two ounces of
wheat flour. No wheat products, to
be served unless especially ordered.
Publ;c eating establishments not to
buy more than six pounds of wheat
products for each ninety meals served,
thus conforming with limitations re
quested of the householders."
"Third., retailers to sell not more
than one-eighth of a barrel of flour
to any town customer at any one time
and not more than one quarter of a
barrel to any country customer at any
one niie. n i no case to sell wheat
products without the same of an e-ual
weight of other cereals.
"Fourth, we ask the bakers and
grocers to reduce the volume of Vic
tory bread sold, by delivery of the
three-quarter pou.;d loaf where one
-oound waS sold before, and corres
ponding proportionately in other
weights. We also ask bakers not to
increase the amount of their wheat
flour purchases beyond the seventy per
cent of the average monthly amount
purchased in the four months prior to
"Fifth, manufacturers using wheat
products for non-food purposes should
cease such use entirely.
"Sixth, there is no limit upon the
use of other cereals, flours,and meals,
corn, barley, buckwheat, potato flour,
STRAIGHTEN THAT BENT BACK.
No need to suffer from that tired,
- dead ache in your back, that lameness,
those distressing urinary disorders.
~ Winnsboro people .have found how to
get relief. Follow this Winnsboro res
Mrs. W. S. Weir, says: "A few
years ago I had an attack of kidney
trouble. At times the pains were so
bad that if I would stoop I could hard
ly straighten up. I was so nervous
I would shake all over and I often
had dizzy spells and black specks
-came before my eyes, blurring my
sight. I was always tired and lan
* guid and had no ambition to do any
thing at all. I was advised to try
Doan's Kidney Pills- and bought a~ box
at the Obear Drug Co. and started
to take them. I must say Doan's gave
me a great relief and I think a lot of
Price 60e, at all dealers. Don't sim
Sply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Weir had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
-sw o nr seriousface.scalp
L~u~hies, eama etc.,ase
sci copadof sulphur. Asa lo
isoothes heats:taken Iaternally
andune th theod
&MPOUND. Rt has been use with satis
s 50c eand $ the bocfuiw
fl 0N DE PAR T ME..NT
Charleston,-The South Ca:lin
war savings comritteee has rcC'Ived
a report shNowing that the cl:ildren of
Montana are doing th c geol bit tl
,vard making the v:orld safe for lem>
cracy and for children. The commit
tee is wonderin_- if many little boys
and girls of this State are enrning and
lending money to the government to
use in fighting Germany as the juve
nile patriots in Montana, five thousand
miles from the fighting line. are doing.
rere are some of their activities:
(1) I clean my brother's room and
receive 25c, and sew buttons on my
'uncle's clothes, for which I receive a
good price-and I buy thrift stamps
with the money."
(2) "Every Monday night I take
care of my sister's two children and,
although they are cross, I persevere.
Each week I get 25c, with which I
buy a thrift stamp."
(3) "I wash dishes and tend the
baby, feed the ctickens, run errands,
and stay at home when my mother
wants to run down town. Mother
gives me a quarter twice a week, and
I buy thrift stamps. I am alittle
girl ten years old."
(4) "I sell two popular weekly
magazines and a monthly magazine,
and buy thrift stamps with my profit.
I now have four savings stamps."
(5) "I deliver bills for Mr. Scott,
of the Margaret Theatre, for which
I get well paid, and I buy thrift stamps
(6) "My mother promised me 25c
for every scarf I knit for the soldiers.
I knitted a scarf and a sweater and
received 75c and bought thrift stamps.'
WANTED-Several table boarders,
apply at News and Herald office.
+ We Have Ji
a nice assortr
..right, price. ji
.Jno. H. McI
Agents for ]N
BANISH "KULTUR" FROM THE
Thousands of youn * Americans are
ready and willine to enlist to over
throw the milit-ry power of te oi"
master of the German nation! That
is "I!-Emperor William, Germany."
They cannot be passed by the Ex
amining Board on account of nervous
r.ess, physical weakness and anaem
tendencies. If this is anlicable t,
you, why not step in the nearest drug:
store and get a bottle of Ironized Paw
Paw, take it according to diiections.
You will soon find out as thousands'
have already experienced that Iron,
as everybody knows, is the real pion
eer of rich red blood, the destroyer!
of anaemic symptoms and a muscle
Luilder. Nux is the conqueror of ner
vous disorders, strengthening and re
vitalizing the whole body, and Paw
Paw, universally 'known as the only
actual vegetable pepsin which gives
the stomach abiding strength.
If you are desirous of serving un
der the Stars and Stripes, why not
get a bottle of Ironized Paw-Paw
without delay, take it according to di
rections. You will find .your muscles
hardening, weight increased and in a
short time most probably pass the ex
amining board with flying colors.
Ironized Paw-Paw Tonic lifts and
holds you. Your druggist probably
keeps it, but if he doesn't it is sold
and vecommended by J. H. McMaster
Ironized Paw-Paw, price $1.00. For
mula on every bottle. Mail orders
promptly attended to. Interstate Drug
Co., Inc, New York.-Advertisement.
ient of solid sil=..
will sell it at thej4
set us show it to
Vaster& Co. Y
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THE A0ERICAN BOY WHO GOES TO WAR
GIVES UP THE POSITION WHICH MEANS
SO MUCH TO HIS FUTURE, OR THE LITTLE
BUSINESS WHICH HAS JUST BEGUN TO
SHOW PROMISE OF SUCCESS.
HE SEVERS HOME TIES; GIVES UP HOME
COMFORTS;. LEAVES BEHIND PARENTS,
FRIENDS, WIFE OR SWEETHEART.
HE FACES THE PROBABILITY OF BEING
OBLIGED TO TAKE UP LIFE ANEW WHEN
HE RETURNS; OF LOSING ALL THE ADVAN
TAGES WHICH YEARS OF HARD WORK
HAVE WON FOR HIM.
HE FACES THE POSSIBILITY OF COMING
BACK INCAPACITATED FOR EARNING A
LIVING, AND OF BEING DEPENDENT UPON
HIS FRIENDS OR UPON CHARITY.
HE FACES THE POSSIBILITY OF NEVER
COMING HOME AT ALL.
FACING THESE THINGS, HE ~GOES TO
FRANCE TO FIGHT FOR US WHO REMAIN
SAFELY AT HOME-AND WHEN THE MO
MENT COMES -FOR HIM TO GO OVER THE
WHAT WILL HE THINK, HOW WILL HE
FEEL, IF WE COMPLAIN BECAUSE WE ARE
ASKED TO MAKE A FEW SACRIFICES FOR
HIM-SACRIFICES WHICH ARE SO INSIG
NIFICANT WHEN COMPARED WITH HIS?
SHOW HIM THAT TO INVEST IN LIBERTY
BONDS IS NOT A SACRIFICE BUT A PRIVI
LEGE-AN APPRECIATION OF HIS SACR11
And When You Buy
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