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m?l I illili id
ural Business Men Are Well
Able to Take Up Their
Share in the "Victorious"
More than ever before the American
fermer finds himself in the position
af comfort and prosperity which is
ilia just due. Lean years are for him
?o longer. Last year the average of
tirni earnings broke all records. Six
farms in 191S produced crops
This year it is estimated that a
greater whe;/? acreage than ever will
be sown. Naturally,. the farmer is
making the most of his opportunities,
and with guaranteed wheat prices
and tri^h prices for everything he
arov.-s. th? outlook for hin. is most
M??cocraging. And Europe will fur
[Hish a market Dr his fat hogs and
It would he interesting, if possihle.
to .assemble comparative statements
af tho farmers' bank accounts now
.jail five years ago. and the list of
! aertgagss that have been cancelled.
?And.it would be more interesting per
haps to have a statement of the Lih
.?ty. Bends nov.- ia the hands of these
tillers of the soil.
Very soon the farmer will have fur
tier opportunity to prove that he is
not without loyalty as well developed
33 any man's. For another loan is
almost in sight, a loan that will draw
" open us all.
Because of his price guarantee of
31.26 a bushel. Uncle Sam. stands to
lose from. 50 to 75 cents upon every
bushel of wheat harvested next seas
on. Having given this guarantee to
tte farmer, he will make it good.
That is Uncle Sam's way. But what
ls Mr. Farmer going to do for Uncle
attn in the Victory Liberty Loan?
In every Liberty Loan to date the
ftrmer, as a class, has bought loss
?honds than men in other prosperous
classes. He has been able meantime
tn get more sugar and everything
?fee upon which the government put
a restriction, than others have.
The big question now, when he
stands to cash in at a 25 per cent
"premium upon h;s wheat crop, is what
ii he going to do next Liberty Loan
Some Liberty Loap officials are
suggesting that the farmer should
l?ry a $100 bond for each 100 bushels
of wheat he sells to thc government.
25n has made the profit? and should
have no hesitancy in taking a high
Hcade security in payment for the dif
f&rvnce between TV hat the govern
ment gets and what he receives for
Earnest Request is Made to
; All Subscribers to Redeem
Promptly Their War Sav
ins Stamp Pledges.
Fledges made to invest in WaT Sav
ia.?-, Stamps have been automatically
portended to 1919 by the government,
which has made official announce
ient that persons who. for any rea
son, did not complete their pledges
by December- ..1. lins, may and are
expected to liquidate those pledges by
bLvesting In War Savings Stumps of
Ae new 1919 issue.
.;Tha 1919 War Savings Stumps are
bivc in color and a trifle smaller than
tkose issued last year. They bear a
f?cen^ ss of Benjamin Franklin, the
d?pc"i?> of thrift and economy. The
1319 War Savings Stamps which yield
rAeir owners four por cent interest,
bompounded quarterly, may be obtain
ed from any postoffice, bank, or other
Thrift Stamps and Thrift Cards
need last year remain in use during
Z919, and filled Thrift Cards, that is.
Thrift Cards on which sixteen Thrift
Stamps have been affixed, may be,ex
cha-g-:'d for 1919 War Savings Stamps
upon the payment of the few. addi
ttprv^l cents which represent the dif
ference between the price of War
SftTir>gs St?_mp and $4. the value of
tibe sixteen Thrift Stamps.
Purchasers of 1919 War Savings
gfemns should bear in mind that 1919
War Savings Stamps are to be affixed
?ly to 1919 War Savings Certificates,
although one may have a 191S War
Savings Certificate (the parchment
CR which War Savings Stamps are af
fl*?d) which has unfilled space on it,
snch 1918 certificate should not have
HW War Savings Stamps pasted on
Ht; nor should 191S War Stamps be
placed on the new 1919 War Savings
Certificate. Keep the two years sep
1ST EFT EVER? DEBT I
The war will not be over un
til the United States Govern- X
ment has honorably met every $
commitment made in order to |>
win the war. . g
CART KR CLASS.
Oecretary of the Treasury. $
Why Colds are Dangerous.
You are often told to "beware of ;
ja cold," .but why? We will tell you:
Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers
the vitality and paves the way for the
more' serious diseases. People who
contract pneumonia, first take cold.
The longer a cold hangs on, the great
er the danger, especially from the
germ diseases, as a cold prepares the
system for the reception and devel
opment of the germs of consumption, \
diphtheria, scarlet fever and whoop- j
ing cough. The quicker you get rid
of your cold, the less the danger of
contracting one of these diseases.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a
great reputation as a cure for colds
and can be depended upon. It is,
pleasant to take.
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
WHEREAS, J. Earle Ouzts has
made application unto this Court for
Final Discharge as Administrator in
re the Estate of A. C. Ouzts deceased, ;
on this the 24 day of February, 1919. j
THESE ARE THEREFORE, to
cite any and all kindred, creditors, or
parties interested, to show cause be
fore me at my office at Edgefield
Court House, South Carolina, on the
24 day of March 1919, at ll o'clock
a. m., why said order of Discharge
should not be granted.
W. T. Kinnaird.
J. P. C., E: C., S. C.
February 24, 1919.
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OFFICERS : J. C. Sheppard. Pres
E. J. Mim's. Cashier; J. H. Allen. AssiBt
DIRECTORS : J. C. Sheppard, Thc
Nicholson. A.S. Tompkins. C. C. Full
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) doubt about
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LARGE STOCH OF
The war practically stopped all building', but now people can
resume their building operations.
We carry a large supply of building material of all kinds.
When in need of
and Builders' Hardware.of kinds. Come in to see us.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES .
and Plantation Supplies is always complete. Come in to see us.
I take this'meane of letting the
people know that I have re-opened
my pressing club, and will appre
ciate their patronage. I am better
prepared than ever to clean and
press all kinds fof garments, both
for ladies and gentlemen. All wo k
guaranteed. ^Let me know when
you have work and I will send for
it and make prompt delivery.
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