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Laurens, So. Car.
Iischee's Germin Syrup
will (tluiet your cough, soothe the inl
flainination of a soro throat and Ilungs,
stop Irritatio in the bronchial tubes,
insuring a ( iod night's rest, free fromt
Coughing a (1 wil ft y expectoration
inl the M( 'A'.I Alade and sold inl
Aierica fif; y-ltwIo years. A won
derfu I I cseriplion. assisting natu1re
in )uIi ng tll yuirl- general heallith
and ti 1wiig off tie disrase. Cspet
lally u1 eful in lung trolihie, asthinia.
Croup, b-rnchilis. e'tc. For Sale h)
Powe Drug Co. :" ai 90 ceits hof
SCIIOLAIISIIIP and ENTItANCE
The exainlnation for tlie award ol
vacant scholarhips in Winithrop Col
lege and for (he ad i ssionl of new
Students will be helhd it the Cotyiitv
Court Illos oil Friday, July .5, at 11
A. M., and also on Satirday, july ;,
at 9 A. M., for tIhose() who wish to iake
up1) by examination's additlonal tinits
re(irIIIied for full adiission o I the
Freshinai Class of this institution.
The exainiiation oil Saturday, Jily 6,
will he Ised only for making admis
Sion units. 'I'e Scholarships will he
awarded upn011 the examliiat Ion held Oil
Friday, Jily 5. Applicants imist not
be less than sixteen years of age.
Whenl scholarships are vacant after
July .-il they will he awarded to those
making the hig'hest average at this
exalin inla t lon, provided they illeet the
conditions governing the award. Ali
pliennIs for seh ola rshil ps Should write
to IPr1ideI .l01ohn1sol for seholarshipi
examillation blainks. These blaliks,
piroperly fillerA oul# by% fthe. apiennt,11
hu11ld he filed with lsldent John
Son by .l Sy 1st.
hiolarsits are worth $100 and
free iitioll. The l ext (.smlion vill op
iin ; 1lhem ier I R, 11s. IPor furt her inl
foinmathm andi entaloguew, afthlross Prcq
idenim 1). 11. Johnson. Itoek 11111. S. C.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVWS TASTJ.1IXSS chill TONIC, drives out
l'5alnrin.euriches the blood.aidbuilds tiptle sys.
temn. A true tonic. For adults and children. 60c
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Emnbaner
-Nils aniswered anty horur day or night.
Iinp s on,Cooper de Babb
Attorneys at Law.
En Practico in all State Courts
?'ampt A stentloon Ulven All BusIness
-1. I!. DIAL A. C. TOD!)
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys att Law
LaiurenR, S. V.
PRACTICE IN ALL~ COURTS
L.ong T1 ime Loans Negotiated.
Dr. T. L. Timnmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offnco in Poplles Bank Building.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
" lJpt aittenitlon givent to all bjusiness
M1oney to loan OD Itcail Estate
41.:; Phono ' Res(idecelC Phone ML
1. ilFeathlerstonel( W. BI. h uhtht
.\ttornes at Law
l2aulrenal, S. C.
- 4Min ', lifruustedl to Our tart
;Iice over Palmeiitto Hanik
I aithei~i~one will spend1' Wedilru
nay of (each week In JLurensH.)
J. ROY CRAWFORD
flats, Tracings, Blue- Prints, Ete,
talephana 2690 Clinton. 8. C.
THINK OF WHEAT IN
RELATION TO LIFE
Every Bushel Saved Now Will
Supply a Soldier With Bread
Until Next Harvest
Columbia--O18 bushel of wheat
will care for the broad needs of one
man from now until the next harvest.
This means that every bushel of
wheat that is saved in this country
by the substitution of cornmeal and
other cereals will supply an American
or a British or a French or a Belgian
or an Italian soldier with bread until
the present crisis In the wheat situa
tion has )assed.
Wheat must now be considered, not
in terms pf dollars and cents, says the
Food Admitnistration, but only in its
relation to human life.
Before the next wheat crop is avail
able thero remahis more than two
months in which America is required
to feed her own people and to con
tinue exports of flour to the fighting
front and to feed the people of the
Tho Food Administration asks ev
ery person in South Carolina who can
(10 s0 to alstai front the use of wheat
flour In any form until the next har
AS ARMY RATION
Big Market Opened to Farmers of
South Carolina as Sweet Potatoes
Will Be Boudht by Camp Quarter
Coluimbia.--The Conservation and
Production division of the Food Ad
ministration at Columbia has been
advised by the Acting Quartermaster
General of the Army at Washington
that sweet potatoes are now a substi
tute componefit pf the Army ration,
and can be used in place of white
potatoes. Last fall a coniderablo
quantity of sweet potatoes were pur
chased by the Camp Quartormastor,
especially for Sout h-amps. and the
purchaso of sweet. potatoes will very
likely be made on a larger scale this
This opens tip a new and rea4!y
market for sweet potatoes. ft is sug
gated, in the letter received by the
Food Administration, that growers of
sweet poimoes in South Carolina com
muneate direct with the Camp Quar
ternaster of the camps located in this
and nearby States and offer, sweet
potatoes at the lowest price per hun
Sweet potatoes sold for Army ra
tion must be sacked and delivered at
camps in car load lots, and prices
named should be only for potatoes in
such quantities and delivered, freight
PLENTY CANS AND JARS.
TO PUT UP PERISHABLES
Food Administration Gives Assurance
of Ample Supply for Forthcom.
Ing Canning Season,
Columbia.--Assurance Is given the
people or Southt Carolina by the Cont
servation and Production divIsion of
the Food1 Administrationt that not
only wvill there bo tin cans ,in suffi
cient quantity for canning during the
forthcoming season, but that an ample
supply of glass jars will also be avail
able. It is also assured that water
glass may be soeured by all whto de
sire to put tup eggs for winter use.
Any locality that may be short on
adp of those necessaries for canning
and preserving. fruits and vegetables
and for putting up eggs will be put in
touch with sources of supply if inter
estedi persons wvill write the Food Ad
ministration at Columbia.
Jobbers andl wholesalers in several
of the larger cities of the State have
laid in ample stocks of tins and glass
jars, and the list of these is on file
with the F'ood Administration. The
drug stores in the smaller towns may
secure water glass for the retail trade
fronm the wholesale drug houses, or
if they cannot stupply them, a letter
addressed to the Food Administration
at Columbia will solve thte problem.
Annotuncement has already been
made that ample sugar will be avail
able, to be secutred oit a certificate sys
tem, foi- cannIng and preserving.
ODD FELLOWS ASKED TO
GIVE UP EATING -WHEAT
Columbia.-LTodges of Odd F'ollows
throughout South Carolina and the
individual inemblers of this great or
ganization have been called tupon by
the officers of the Sover-eign Grand
Lodlgo for support of the program of
the Food1 Admilnicttration to save
qhoat. All Odd Fellowvs are urgedl
throtugh the Soveireign Gi-and Lodge
to voluntarily abstajn from the tuse of
wheat foods until after the next har
vest. Ther-e are in the United States
about 2.300,000 0Odd Fellows. The
membhership of this order- In South
Caroliina is very 1large, and1 there will
no doubt he a rgenerous and a patri
otic response to the appeal to save
wheat to help feed the fighting forces
if Ameriea and theo allies and the
people of the allied countries.
To wasu.e wheat is to waste young
American manhood at the front
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PINE RLUFF NEWS. *
*S *e * w*,o.W
'ine Bluff, .lay 2l.-On the evening
of May 2'ti, thu closng exercises of
Pino Bluff school wero rendered in a
vCry pleasing way.
The following program was given by
Oplening Prayer, .\r. John F. Grillin.
Song--" \Velcome" By the School
Kate Cole and Irvin \Vhlteford
"Aly Bit" 'Willie Klugh 130azman
"l'ast and West"--Alazelle Campbell,
Viola Davis, Kate Cole, and Ada
"Flag Salute"--3. C. 11111, Barrett
Cole, Siam Coats, Eva Cole, M1a
zello Campbell, Mary Davis, Viola
Dialogue-"Doctor and Patient"
Furman Campbell and Al. C. Ilii
Soig--"Flowers are B3looniing"
Dialogue--".Taking the Census"
It. S. Caipbell and E%-a Cole
Irvin Whiteford and Willie Klugh
Recitatioi - - Aliss Alag!gie Iceks
"The l'eter Town Proposal"
Nellie Uoldoin and Ernest Nuffz
l'aiitoniine-"IIoni, Sweet llonlie"
IIow to Win the War"-.lazelle
Caipbell, Ilaret Cole, Flrian
Caiiipbell, Al. C. I1ill, Sam ('oats.
Al a ne ii' Viola ba'is.
Ite itaio "--Sevic 1lag"
Song -od ae Our Noble .\lvi".
Song 'lhe i1,tnil of a .hatle.- L)ay"
Alatil, Violt and lEva Cole.
Tableaut--"The (rea' mst .\lotlier in the
Worb"--Aliss ilaggie leuks. aid
Willie N. lBoaziman.
Pantomiine--"'lie Star Spangled Ban
11ialogue--"The Train to Alauro"
Maide 1Davis, Cecil Coats and Eu
I)ialogo e--"Potato Ridge Sehool
l-:i'iest loazina n, superiit endent.;
Nellie (oldeni, teacher; l'upils:
Evra "'ole, .\aie 1)avis, .\I. C. Hill1,
Purianl Canlipbell, Alazelle Calinp
bell, Isawneu' Whitefl'ord, liaret Col'.
alml Sami Coats.
Clf!sinlg Song "Ou Lesn re
Done" - - Iy School
".(ool I'- .\lam4lt 1)avis, Viola Daxis,
Alazelle (aiiph1ell, .lary Smith,
1 ate- Cole an Ada Whit ''fold.
The loetor A wiy Froin 11ottle WhenI
People are often very much disap
pointet to find that. their family phy
sician is away from home when they
most ieed his services. Diseases like
pain in the stomach and bowels,
eolic, and diairrhioea reftiuire prompt
trea ment, and have in many instan
veEs Proven fatal before medicine
could be rioe.,(d or a physician sum
inioied. 'Thte right, way Is 10 keep on
hand a botleI of Chaberlian's Colic
and .I)iar'lhoea liviledy. No physi
cia ean c1prescri be a bet I err - rTmedy
totr Ihese (Idiseises. IBY having it in tIm
house you escape much pain and silf
leinug aud. all risk. 11iiy it now; it
ouay save l it'..
L ibmeraty Loans Subsc54'ribers ait (I rat.
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May 29,s 1s1Arlo listrat.
Take Care of Your Tires read
America's greatest need is for ships -more ships.
Every available vessel is being utilized in govern
Many ships that have been carrying rubber from
Sumatra and Brazil have been taken for active trans
port duty. T
This will necessarily force a temporery cnrrta.lnent
of tire production.
So, make the nmost of the tires you have.
Use good tires.
Take good care of them. Keep them in perfect re
pair. See that they are properly inflated.
Increase their mileage by careful driving. Keep out
of car tracks and away from bumps. D~on't scrape
the curb or apply brakes too suddenly.
Get cuery ile your tires have in them.
Only in that way can you be assured of your car's
United States Tires
are Goo d T1 ire s
ra e F101;7nt S or
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