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AUGUSTA BEE HIVE
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* One of best assortment of MEN'S SUITS to be found *
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WIENGES & COMPANY
BEST STORAGE FACILITIES
Advancements on Consignments
AUGUSTA, - - - GEORGIA.
will change this coming year. The weevil has to be
combatted ! Prepare your low lands for diversified
We will gladly give consult
ation without cost to you
Concrete Construction, Farm Drainage, Water
Works, Sewer Construction, Sewerage Disposal
(where municipal sewers exist, and where they do
not), Paving, Buildings and Heavy Constructions.
Engineers and Contractors
HERALD BUILDING YONCE BUILDING
Augusta, Ga. 'Edgefield, S. C.
United States Railroad Administration
Very Low Excursion Fares
Columbia, S. C., October 27-31
From all stations in South Carolina tickets on sale October
20, 27, 28, 29, 30, and for trains scheduled to arrive at Colum
bia before noon of October 31, 1919, good returning to reach
original starting point prior to midnight of November 3, 1919.
Minimum round trip fare 25c. Ample equipment will be pro
vided on all regular trains to handle the extra travel.
Train No. 7 will be held at Columbia until 6:30
P. M., Wednesday, October 29, and
Thursday, October SO
Southern Railroad Lines
For information and exact round-trip fares apply to ticket agents
Enlist Women for Economy
Washington, Oct., 17-Attorney
General Palmer and his official ass?;-;
ciates in the fight on the high cost
of living determined today to enlist
the aid of the women of America.
By appealing to the comptroller
of household finances throughout
the counry, it is hoped to inaugurate
an epoch of real economy which will
offset the "buy now" propaganda of
trades people. Futhermore, an at
tempt will be made to discourage the
frequent changes in styles dictated
by the makers of women's apparel
and thereby * effect a saving in
Another important decision taken
at today's meeting was to release
more surplus supplies held by the
government, if it" can be done with
out embarrassment to the depart
ment involved. Secretaries Baker
and Daniels and Chairman John Bar
ton Payne of the shipping board,
were invited to the conference for
the first time for that purpose. Mr.
Baker being unable to attend, the
attorney general and Mr. Daniels
will confer with him next week. Mr.
Daniels reports that he had sugar
enough to run the navy six months,
I but before he relaesed any of it he
wanted to be sure of ample re
Speakers to go Out.
j Co-operation of the housewives
has been the subject of extended
conferences between H. E. Figg of
the department of justice, and Mrs.
Edward F. Costigan, who offered the
government the full resources of the
consumers league and the League of
I Women Voters in the campaign- to
take the inflatation out o^ prices. As
a result, speakers will be put soon in
every state to carry the message that
one way to beat the profiteers is to
igncre propaganda saying that prices
I are certain to go higher and wait for
I the decline which officials say is in
evitable. These speakers will be arm
,ed with facts and figures gathered
'by the cauncil of national defense in
its war work and showing production
costs in virtually every industry in
In undertaking to stimulate a pa
triotic refusal to be stampeded into
buying new clothes simply because
the designers change thc styles from
six to eight times a year the speak
ers, it was said, will point out that
from eight to thirty-five per cent is
charged for style and that a propor
tionate amount will be saved by re
ducing the style changes to a reason
Mr. Palmer and Director Clarkson
of vthe council of national defense
will confer soon on how best to reach
women by printed appeals similar to
those used by the food administra
tion. The council's affiliated state ort
ganizations will assist.
What Has Been Accomplished.
The first complete official report
of what has been accomplished so
far by the use of such laws as were
available, was given the conference
by Mr. Palmer showing that there
have been 86 cases of actual seizures
under the food control act with 22
cases still under investigations.
Three cases have been held for the
grand jury and in two other cases
jail sentences and fines have been
imposed. The seizures have taken
place m 18 different states and re
sulted in placing on the market
through normal channels of trade,
99,047 pounds of cheese, 157,953
pounds of poultry, more than 200,
000 pounds of fish, 52,056 cans of
tomatoes, 765,615 pounds of salt
pork, 21,053,880 eggs, 1,427,062
pounds of butter, 4,831,331 pounds
of suger, l,830sacks of potatoes and
quantities of beans, conr, baking
powder, salmon, coffee, salt and
The beginning of almost every se
rious disorder is constipation. If you
want to enjoy good health, keep your
bowels regular. This is best accom
plished by proper diet and exercise,
but sometimes a medicine is needed
and when that is the case you will
find Chamberlain's Tablets 'are ex
cellent. They are mild and gentle in
their action, easy and pleasant to
take. Give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter.
Lumber for Sale
My saw mill is located on the Five
Notch road, near Cedar Grove church,
and I have lumber to sell from the yard
or can cut it any dimensions when biil
is furnished. Better buy while you can
H. H. Sanders
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c
DE SURE and have Co
lumbia's most Artistic
Photographer take your pic
ture when you visit the Capi
tal City Fair Week.
1306 Main Street
Columbia, S. C.
THE KROEGER PIANO
. The Kroeger Pianos is
one of America's oldest
Pianofortes. It has been
before the public for more
than sixty-five (65) years,
having achieved success
at the beginning with the
founding ot the House of
Kroeger in 1852.
From the Kroeger line
you will be able to select
just the type of case de
sign fitted to the interior
furnishings of your home.
If you are in the mark
et for a piano you will dor
well to see some of these
instruments. Many other pianos to-day of inferior quality are being sold for $100.00
more than the prices of the Kroeger.
Come and see my line of these pianos and player pianos
Prices $500.00 to $550.00
JOHN A. HOLLAND,
REFERENCE-The Bauk of Greenwood, the Eldest and Strongest Bank in Greenwood County.
We Are Equipped
to give good service on generators, start
ers, and lighting system. Don't forget
our battery service station. We rent
batteries while re-charging yours.
Full line of auto accessories, tires and
Dixie Highway Garage
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
Shingle Mill, Machinery Supplies and
Repairs, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers,
Grate Bars, Pumps, Pipe, Valves and
Fittings^ Injectors, Belting, Packing
Hose, etc. Cast every day.
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE
Pumping, Wood Sawing and Feed
Dn you need a Winchester Repe'at
ing Rifle? We carry an assortment
of these rifles from .22 to .38. We al
so carry the L. C. Smith and Parker
shotguns. Let us show them to you.
STEWART & KERNAGHAN.
We Can Give You Prompt Service
on Mill Work and Interior Finish
Large stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber on hand for
Woodward Lumber Co.
Corner Roberts and Dugas St Augusta, Ga,