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TAIK A CALOTAB
Wonderful How Young and
Energetic You Feel After
Taking This Nausealess
If you have not tried Calotabs you
have a delightful surprise awaiting
you. 'l'he wonderful liver-cleansing
and system-purifying properties o:
calomel may now be enjoyed withou1
the slightest U pleasantness. A Calo
tab at bedtime vith a swallow of wa.
ter-that's all. No taste, no salts, noi
the slightest i 1 leasant effects. You
-wake up in ti e hnorning feeling sc
good that you want to laugh about it
Your liver is clean, your system is
purified, your appetite hearty. Eat
what you swish--no danger. 'Tlie next
time you feel lazy, mean, nervous, blue
or discouraged give your liver a thor
ough cleansing with a Calotabs. They
are so perfect that your druggist is
authorized to refund the price as a
guarantee that you will be delighted
(alotabs are sold only in original
ealed packages, Price thirty-fiv<
ents. At all drug stores.-(adv.)
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NOTICE OF LOST STOCK.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that Certifl
kate No. 53 for one (1) share of the
common stock of the Laurens Bonded
Warehouse Company, of Laurens, S
C., of the par value of One llundred
Dollars ($100.00) issued on Dec. 15
11900, to Lutie C .Jones, has been los
or destroyed, and that the undersignet
will apply to said Laurens Blonde<
'Warehouse Company at its place o
business at Laurens, S. C., on the 21s
day of August, 1919, at 10 o'clock, a
in., for a new certificate in lieu of saic
R. F. JONES.
Dated 'July 16, 1919. 52-6t-i
IS YOUR FAlM FORSALE I
If you have any land for sale, eithe
improved farms or unimproved acre
age, two may be able to find you a pur
chaser if you will list It with ou
We are receiving a large number o
inquiries about farming opportunitie
in this State and it is the purpose o
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare
comprehensive list of lands for sal
located along Its lino, to be distribut
ed among prospective settlers, and al
persons having such property for sal
are urged to co-operate with the un
dersigned, in order that accurate an
reliable data may be placed In th
hands of prospective homeseeker
making inquiry about farming oppor
tunities in your community.
A blank form will be mailed you, up
on application, asking for thie specifi
in format ion desired.
Thlere is no charge for this servic.
Room 5, W. W. CRIOXTON,
Ro5,Terminal Station lidg.,
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious and you get mnort
enjoyment out of everything whlen you
blood is in good condition. inpurities ii
the blood have a v'ery depressing effect or
the system, causing weaikneCss, laziness
nervousness and1( sickness.
OROVE'S TASTLESS Chili TONIc
restores Energy adlf~ Vitality by Purifyinj
arnd Enriching the Blood. When you tee
fts strengthening. invigorat ing effect, se<
ho0W it brings color to the cheeks and hiov
it improves tile appetite, you will them
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
is not a patent mnedicine, it is simlply
IRON and QUINiNE suispended inl Syrup
So pleasant even children like it. Th<bi
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and iROla
to Enrich it. These reliable tonlic prop
erties never fail to drive out impurities im
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE's
TASTELESS Chili TONIC has madeic
f he favorite tonic in thousands of homnes
More than thirty-five years ago, folk~
would ride a long distance to get GR0OVE'
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when
member of their family lad Malaria o
needed a body-building, strength-givin
tonic.o The formula is just tihe same to
day, and you can get it from any drui
store. 60c per bottle.
Land For Sale
158 acres 5 miles from Lau
rens, 75 acres in cultivatIon, 50
acres in pastu~re; 1-2 mile from
school, 1 1-2 mIles from church;
2 tenant houses, goodl barn, cot
ton house, 2 wells, 1 living
stream. 'Price $45 per acre
303 acres, 4 miles of Laurens,
75 acres In woodland, 180 acres
in cultivation, nice 6-room dw~ell
Ing, 6 tenant houses, barn and
plenty of out-houses. 3 wells,
3 Jiving streams. This property
-offered for short time. Pricee rea
.armer: Nat. Bank Building
^ ' &A M i O fI at 'A f
MANY SECRET ORDERS
ORGANIZE FOR THRIFT
Morc Than Sixteen Hundred Lodges
With Thousands of Members Work
ing to Make Thrift a Happy Habit.
Thrift, as a movemnet of the Uni
ted States Treasury Department, has
been indorsed by more than sixteen
hundred lodges of fraternal orders in
the Fifth Federal Reserve District.
According to figures given out today
by the War Loan Organization of the
District, these lodges have more than
one hundred and thirty-six thousand
members, and not only are all these
members urged to join War Savings
Societies, but many lodges are invest
ing their Treasury funds in War Sav
Some three hundred lodges, with a
membership exceeding thirty-four
thousand, are forming societies in
Maryland. Among the orders repre
sented there are the Knights of
Pythias, Shield of Honor, Maccabees,
Red Men, Knights of the Golden
Eagle, Woodmen of the World and
Knights of Columbus.
In Virginia the Woodmen of Amer
Itea are heartily co-operating in the
thrift tmovement. Their two hundred
and ten lodges with a membership
of seven thousand four hundred and
thirty-fire, are organizing War Sav
ings Societies. In North earolina
nearly seven hundred lodges are act
fvely supporting tho campaign. These
total a membership of about sixty-nine
thousand, representing the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty, the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows and the Junior
Order of United American Mechanics.
Valuable aid is being lent in South
Carolina by the Knights of Pythias,
E the Red Men and the Odd Fellows, the
3 three orders having more than three
hundred lodges in the State, with a
membership in excess of twelve thou
sand. Co-operation of all lodges in
the distrtict is urged. Since many of
the most prominent and inf lentia l
. men in every community are lodge
members, it is partularly desired to
have the fraternal Orders behind the
3 saving movement.
FARMERS TURN SALES
INTO SAVING STAMPS
Odd Crops of Great Aid to Thrifty
Tillers of Soil in This District.
Fa rmer-s wvho are makl~in g a hbi t
of gettig a few Th'irift S-tameps every
time they mrkret anythig from
their farms are fininrg tihat tihey ;ure
auble to sav~e regurlaly anid that they
do riot missii thne :-inull amourrtnt s inn
Iv ested. Tihe average farmnr n his i i
sectlin of the cont~iry dear-nis largo
ly on Iris "nrmney" cropr w'.ih-l he liar
vests onc:e a yearn. Almnio-- every one
oif threm, how'ver, groaws somreth!inrg
else wich lie mrar-kets at odhd times.
Anr (nio .i)nalI load of hay mray he
tnk-an itoi town anid sold. The thlr flv
farnmcrs also plan t pe -. hian. ok-ralr-i
ineitre, beets or some oft the othier
v('g'etabtles whic-h thrrivye in tihe South I
ard for whrich threre is a r-eadny mnar-ket.
Tint ter and eggs foirm s taple ari-ies
I a ho mnar-keted betwa-enn soanris.
Bly buying Just a few Thrift
St amnps each Itime thre farn wagon
niakes a hraul to town,. tire farmer or
his wifte is proiinrg a fnud which they
will b~e aide to tunrn to good aecount
lIat er on, for wvhenr tinese ThIrr-ift
Stamnps are ex(-hanged for- War Sav
irgs Stamp, they inc-r-ease in value
automat ically, and may always be
turned into e-ash air tori dlays' writtenI
notice to the postmaster, althrorugh thre
longer they are kept tire mroro they
Wealthr is seldom tire resurlt of luck
hurt of system. Save r-egurlariy. Buy
W. S. S.
Treat your pocketbook with the
same consideration as you would
your best friend. investment in War
Savings Stamps makes tire tie
The cornerstone of tomorrow's suc
cess is founded upon today's thrift.
Any postman can lay the cornerstorre
for you with War Savings Stamps.
Tenu never miss the first dollar out
of your pocketbook. Keep tt fr
self.. Buy ThriftMtomps.2
MAY HAVE LUXURIES
War Savings Stamps Furnish An
Easy Way to Obtain Money
iAlthough a fa:uilly may not bo
wealthy enough for the "lady of the
touse' 'to have all the little conveni.
ances she wants, through Thrift and
War Savings Stamps the government
ias provided a way for the housewife
to fit up her kitchen, paint the house,
furnish her spare room or embellish
These women who were so wise as
to begin saving systematically early
In 1918 have nice little sums invested
In War Savings Stamps by this time.
1leven War Savings Stamps, some
at which cost as little as $4.12 apiece,
will buy a first-class kitchen cabinet.
in many Instances, the housewife
would not have saved anything tc
speak of, had it not been for the War
Women are quick to grasp the bene
fits from habits of thrift. Numerous
reports have been received at district
headquarters of the War Loan Organ.
ization of the Fifth Federal Reserve
District of women who have started
in by putting quarters in Thrft
Stamps and who have been enabled
to buy desired articles to brighten
As soon as a War Savings Stamp is
bought, it begins earning more
money. War Savings Stamps are
practically ready money. They are
redeemable with accrued interest at
the post office on ten days' n9tlce, but
the longer they are held, the more
money they make for their holders.
EASY START TOWARD
When a man gets $1,000 saved up
there are always opportunities for a
good investment. It is hard to place
much less than that. That is what
healthy men who are self-made ad.
vise young men to begin early and
save the first thousand.
Until we went to war, it was hard
to get st arted toward that $1,000 un
less at least one do!lamr could be put
away at. a time. Small chango was
restless and aeroba tic a nd kept) jmp.~
in g out oif our~ pocets into some one
Now, however, there is ani eatsy way1
to) grt that first thoumsand. The
ains wer is Thit lMmIhps. 'lTey ('1st
only a (qu'irter' iitfe-e and can be e'm.
veirted intol War Sn ving1s St amnps. The~
gov.ernmient of the I'nited States
ba~ck s I tese War MSavi ngs St amilps w ith
roiilniundedl quar~iterly. Sare andi suc
AS PERMANENT INVESTNAENT
tcrectary of Treasury Glass S'-owa
Values of War Savings a~nd
Asks for Co-operation.
Secretary G las. In a recenrt in ter\
viewi give n at Wa shIin gt on, disen i d
Wanr Stamips an a prlmianient intve.
mielnt as5 follows:
."WAlIt Sa vinhgs St:nnUs a fiord an a x.
Cellint v'ehiOle for inctr4asinig capital
an11 d arinilg p4)oer. MnIily persionsi
hiave no lt Iak en thme \Var Saivinigs
StIamps seiouisly as ain investment
butt lie fact that they'~ iniy be bouighit
in as large a qulanitity as $ 1,00(0 face~
valhue durin-I g 1919, a 1 ti 1uc fa vora ble
in terest retumrn, makes t hem most lde.
siralet for tihe average man or faiily.
"Defin ite plans for the continutance
of the issue in coming years of email
Government securities are being work.
"Although War Savings Stamp.
sales this year (10 not approach the
high marks made uinder stimulation of
war need last year. their absorptIon
by the public thus far has been satis
Savings in all channel, shrank dlur
ing the early months of the year, and
it, is expeted~l that War Savings Stamp
sale. along 'with postal savings and)(
savings bank deposita, will grow
steadily throughout the year.
"Co-operation is sought earnestly in
the matter of keeping Thrift and War
Savings Stamps en sale, so that no
one so inclined may fail to have oppor.
tunity to invest his money wisely."
Today is that tomorrow you thought
dout, yesteydaly-Buy W. S. S. now.
Spend wisely-Invest judiciously--.
-.V vo'i will haVe nientlfull'.
HERE'S where the Man w
his Haberdashery can alwr
Underwear, Hosiery, Gkc
Belts, etc., a fresher and
be found at
This is The Verdic
Suppose you come to see!
tory. They're alp
Excellent Shirts - -
Choice Neckwear -
Special Hosiery Value
Want to Make
Fortunes are being made oi
Fields of the Southwest.
We warn you that the eleme
nant, and you should not risk mo:
the chances of large returns on a
We are li ense rokers---rigl
in any reliab 'company.
Our connections insure us lat
on any company.
Your inquiries cheerfully an
X Your orders given prompt ar
i Reference: The Dei
Haskell Dial. Manaer
ho is very particular about
iys get Shirts, Neckwear,
ves, Collars, Suspenders,
a little newer than can
t of Our Patrons
Our prices will be satisfac
ways the lowest!
- - $1.50 to $8.50
- - $1.00 to $4.50
- - 50cts to $1.00
small investments in the Oil
nt of chance is largely predomi
riey you can't afford to lose, but
mall investments are almost -un
it in the field---and can sell stock
est and most reliable information
id careful attention.
ning National Bank.
Demning. New Mexico