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Keep Faith With Your
K !Boy "Over There"
When your boy was so little that all the
world was a foreign country to him, he
trusted you to take care of him.
You sent that boy to school and to play
and on your little errands, and with implicit
S failth he did your bidding.
Now \' 1w hw'e sent vour boy or your ieighbor's boy out into a
. *;f'nlkn !: I. into t(1fim tlhat we cano)t eve'n kn)w---and his
; n il f'ler . l kno l csl w will oou pai t, and Ve
n, l h . )ur V ' :. . na that hIumanity hIs asked of
1em11, n.u 'id to ihlp h1m1 R coei iia)ck t) us sono aInd whole ?
National War Savings Day
Saving to help our sons is not to be called by the ugly name of
duty or sacrifice. It is love's blessed privilege.
I-geJ| National War Savings Committee
This space contributed for the Winning of the War by
SAM B. CRAIG, Lawyer CAREY & CAREY, Lawyers
JAMES T. RICHEY, District Mgr. New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
~ ~ ';'2'--9 t fjf
mos l.prtn prole ofI-admohr.Ivstfrta ab fyuao
That baby ofi you: ;-h* s to' ve ry c"eter f' the IPt 01 t t Ito fuitttrc of that huby of y"ours-pro
i "orlcl to () t 14U \'L I a I en;t ghyu nt iugh, w ht: he tedI hinut f' t fuur Ok 0 is, i c ide rot' h is ediuca
I t 'r(O1 b u tli'"r If I: I r re-to yu tlht is the timti. Jloieth le uiiionti of othier Amticulen father's
[host ltortattit lpro ltui 01' lift,, ad uotlters. Inv est for that bb of yorso
His future-the conditions under which he is to June 28th
live depend upon the outcome of this war. Ills National War Savings Day. *
future-the education that is to fit him for the Every $4.17 invested now in V. S. S. will pay
world may depend upon the size of the fatuily you-or the baby-$5.O In January, 1023. Buy all
"mast egg" when he grows up. you can for "that baby of yours.'"
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
This apace contributed to the Winning of the War 6y -
T. A. SEAWRIGHT, Dentist a
PICKENS DRUG CO., - Druggists - KEOWEE PHARMACY )) .
Many Are Lending
Are YOU Lending,?
Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches
today-clean-faced, determined, splendid young men
going there to battle for you.
You can at least go down in your pockets for them?
Think it over-erayo
National War Savings Day
There's an army. Yes,, a dozen armies-of stalwart, wind
brozedyoung men standing between you and the grizzly ~
Hun. These young fellows are giving their ease, their corn
fort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life
-givig for you-for you.
You can at least lend your money for them? Prove your '
patriotism with dollars.
National War Saving. Oommitt.e
This spaTo contributed for the Winning of the War by
F. H. HOPKINS, Meat Market F. H. HOPKINS, Livery Stable
EASLEY LUMBER CO., Successor to Pickens Lumber Co.
.. . .
That rnoney you have laid away for "a rainy day"-wouldn't
you give every nickel of it to keep a Hun's knife away from
your boy's throat?
Well,, the Hun wants to get here with his knife-and the "rainy
day" is here-its raining now, raining bombs and shrapnel upon
our boys "over there."
You don't have to fight, but
Your son does, or your brother who is now across the way -
or the kid now in khaki to whom you used to give pennies a
short time ago.
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
On that day the -nation calls upon you, not just your neigh- J
bor-but you-to p ledge yourself to the purchase of a certain
number of War Savings Stamps during 1918.
Lend your money as freely
as .they are giving their lives.
National War Savings Oommitte
This spase weitribeted fir the Wimnlug of the War by
LINWOOD LAND AND INVESTMENT Co.
PICKENS BANK KEOWEE BANK