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GJNNERS AND FARMERS
Jist received carload of Galvanized Corrugated and
V Crimped Roofing in 6, 8, and 10 foot lengths. Have lDu
plex Gin Saw Shtar',eners and Gunmmers. All sizes of
Blelts in Leather, G Amdy, Rubber, Stitched and Friction
, urface Riubb '1o- Anything in the \laehtinery SuP
(ly line used it on siction with Engine or Boller, Shaft
ing and I'ulleys.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 WEST GERVAIS STREET, COLUATBIA, S. C.
FARM FOR SALE
203 Acres, three and one-half
miles from Laurens on Waterloo
road, 7-room dwelling, two tenant
houses, good barn and out houses,
two good pastures, plenty of ru
ning water. For pri:es and tern s
W. H. HUDGENS
At J. M. Philpot's Grocery
- o, did Dodto,.
Reared Her Family
/ ~ SIMPLE HOME REMEDY
An American Mother Beats Them All
There are few families in which the
record of Mrs. Gustave Koch, Box 24,
Kewick, Keokuk County, Iowa, has been
surpassed. Not in the fact that she
raised a family of eight Is her story ifrom such mothers as Mrs. (hmztave
remarkable. Thousands of families) Koch. Long life to her! eruna s
nm larger. The history of the Koch . indicated for coughs, colds catarrh
family is unique In that the mother, of the head, 1rous and throat, or (rhs
with all her loving care, pinned her order of the stomach, bowel or
faith to a simple home remedy and other organs due to ctaroal sio
never had a doctor for her children. flanmnati of the mucous linings.
Here is what she says: "Peruna has if a e uco a n ing,
done my children good. I have a rite thyou are ek Coand yuffritg,
family of eight and never had a s-ro, thluPbuuna Cimany, Dr pt
doctor, only your medicine. We all 5-30, Columbus, Ohio, for Dr. Ilat
think Peruna a splendid tonic." man's health Book. It is free td
So far as we have learned, Pe- you may find that Peruna is what
runa is the only known remedy for you need. Dr. U~artman's World 1-.
which such a wonderful claim can 111011 Peruna Tonie comes in either
be made. Like Mrs. Koch, there liquid or tablet form. Ask yot
are thousands upon thousands of d'aler. If you are seeldng health,
mothers who place their entire de- do not tecep't "somcthing just as
pendence upon Peruna. o " 'Fit upJon I'ermma. Y. ur
That Peruna has merited th. de' !i give you a Peruna U.
Confidence is attested by the word .a
DOUBLE CAELE ~ E
Wear Longer, and Save Gasoline
C AR q i p dwith Federal Cord R a h c s d o a a e s m
Trswlgo arhrwith pathlreato h tr eas
same impetus blecause of the won-alstinareulyabobdy
derful flexibility of these tires. tewhlti-vrycdbar
Their remarkable resiliency effects isqoao h mat
easier and smoother traction, saves FothsrsnFeraCrdae
unnecessary wear, and also saves moestfaoranecoia.
Friction and internal heat are imirome-t Dul-Cbe
minimized because everycods
insulated b~y impregnating in flslhtiovehetr eraet
supple rubber. lcretuo t i-sas n
The cords are built up diagonally -~,a eta nor"ugd
in layers, each layer running trans. wi~ ra n Talk lc
veraly to tihe other, thereby afford-trdnoskdie.
lag the greatest possible strength Asorwieu
Lalre trains arC qa.yasobdb
I u A '.! Astetty
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For a. Sick
MANY SECRET ORDERS
OCAiNZE FOR THRIFT
More Than Sixtccn Hundred Lodges
With Thousincts of Members Work
ing to Mazkc Thrift a Hippy Habit.
Thrift, as a mlovemnct of the i,1ni
ted States Tre:i "ury I)epat Iment, has
been indorsed iy rao'i' titan sixteen
hundred lodig:cs of freternal orders !:t
the i''ifth ifederal ilteserve District.
Ac('1odiing to figure, given out today
by th'e War Loan i;Or.in ization of th:
District. tini's.- lodgen have more than
(le hundred and thirty-*ix Iiousancl
members, and not only are all these
memhers urged to join War Savings
Soc ietie:, but m: ny lodge: are invest
ing their Treasury funds in War Sav
Sorne thre' hindred lodges. with a
mem.bc'rship execeiling thirty-four
thousand, are forn.lug societies in
Maryland. Among the orders repre
sented there are the Knights of
Pythias, Shield of iHonor. Mamccabees,
Red Mlen, Knight: of the Golden
iEagle, Woodmen :f the World and
Knights of' Colnum' 'is.
Tiu Virginia the Woodimen of Amer
lea are heartily ca-opm-ating in the
thrift tnove'm'nt. Their two iiunired
and ten lodges with a Imenberstip
of seven housand four huindired and
thirty-five, are org:anizing War Sav
ings Societies. Tn North Carolina
nearly seven hundred lodges are act
ively supporting the campaign.- These
total it membership of about sixty-nine
thousand, representlug the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty, the independent
Order of Odd Fellows and the Junior
Order of ilnited American Mechanies.
Valuable iid is being lent in South
Carolina, by tie Knights of Pythias,
the Red Men and the Odd Follows, the
three orders having more than three
hundirecd lolges in tile State, with a
me-ihi-lship in exci-:ss of t welve tho
Rtand. ('ooperaticn of all lodges in
lie d istitict is urged. Since many of
the imlf't p'rominent and influential
mCen in every co:inmunityI are lodge
mnelbhrsi i is pl tularly Idsired to
have the fraternal Order; behind the
saving illov eilnt.
FAMERS TURN SALES
INTO SAVING STA MPS
Odd Crops of Great Aid to Thrifty
Tillers~ of Goi! in Tits District.
Farmiliers wvii> "r imainmi~g a41: hat
of giett a f-w Thr*'ift St -mps cvir'
t le thiey mai~rk, i anyt~ in g fromn
thir famrmis ar- tu~ni'.g that tiv -y -r
do4 not misc ihi -samtil ;amounlt. iln
r4e 4tedi. The- a verIY farmer in t
s4etioni of tile countri y dependiis ilar
1 oV h( iis "moi i y" cro p. V!hiih ho hi:
aess -e a - :ir. .\buiii- (very Cli
AnI ieer:si:i ;i td oIcf hay may toe
ver'tabls wich vl' thrive ill thei South
littwe and ii..vili a r .daph-liil.-h-y
toih le marklediIll btoe gldiaon
'lty bui f .in,'llt a irsw Tihrift
Stamps arachxtime the( foar wayn
in~gs Stamp, they inlcrease Inl value
au11tomalt itally, and inay always he
turnedI inito cash 0on ten clays' wvritteni
notice to tile plostmiaeter. aithouaghi the4
longer they are kept tho' miore they
Wonalth is selfdom tile resut o cf luck
but of Hystemi. Sa ve regiularly. ]biy
W. S. S.
Treat your 11ocketboo0(k with the
sam ne conlskierion111 as yout would
your biest friend. Ia ';~;utnmnt in War
Satvings Stamon4)' makes the tie
The cori'rrstonle of tomorroiw's suc
enss is 'ou ndeid ipon todaty's thii ift
Any po(iatmall einn lay t he corner stonue
for 7(u with War Savings Stamps.
-You never miss the first dollar out
of your pockiethciol Keep it for your
'cif. Ruy Thifit Zt omps.
rVEI you betwiht .vour Thrift Stamp
I J (
THIRFTY HOUSEW I FE
MAY HAVE LUXURIES
War Savings Stamps Furnish An
Easy Way to Obtain Money
Although a family may not b^
wealthy enough for the "lady of the
house' 'to have all the little contve1 ni.
nci's E'he we'nts, through Tbhrift and
\Var Savings Stampa the government
has po'(vided a waly for the h1Ouswife
to fit up hr kitchen. paint the hou11:;e.
furnish her spare room or embellish
These women who were so wise as
to begin saving rysternatIcally early
In 19iS have nice little 511ums invested
in War Savings Stamps by this time.
Eleven War Sav'ngs Stamps, some
of which cost as !'t1 n r; $4.12 apiece,
will buy a first-class kitchen cabinet.
In many instances, the housewife
would not have saved anything to
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 Thrit
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
redeetmable with accrued interest at
the post office on ten days' notice, but
the longer they are held, the more
money they make for their holders.
EASY START TOWARD
When a man gets $1,001) saved !i;
there are always opportunities for it
giteid investment. It Ts hard to place
much less than that. That is what
healthy men who are self-made ad.
vise y'mtng men to begin early and
save the first thousand.
Uintil we went to wiar, it was hard
to get statrteil towatd that. $1,0)) unu.
lesa est oneW dlollar could be' lint
wa at time. Sall ilhanige was
rtiiless and11 t aeobt i.c and ktloptin iump
ing (02I. of ourt l)ockiits into s0oen
Notw, however. I hero is anu etny way
t g.t I hat first t thu:mmll. Tihe
answer~i' is 'Trifi Stamitps. 'IThey cost
eonly~ a fijitr: r aplei amnd caln he (on.
verted ito War Saviings S-tamops. Thet
ivertnhment of the TUnit'ui slea'
a j';ar-anlte of' i l.? cmit. inter'iest
AS PERMANENT IN VESTMENT
Secretary of Treasury Cla'ss Shows
Values of War' Savings and
Asks for CO-operation.
S'-creita ry iGu-s, ini a reci-nt inter
vti'w giv'en at. Wa'shington, discussed
Wart S' amp t. as a per~amaent invest.
tiuint as foillows:9
''WA It Sav in gs Sitmps aff'ord an ex
'-1l.81. vehicle for increweing capital
titd earniin g ipowerI. .\lan .1'P ersonst
hav e not tatken2 the Wart Savings
Stmps seriouisly as an in ives tment
but theo fact that. they mtay be bought
lit as large aL qulantity' as $1.000 face
valuec du rinig'191 9. at~ such I fav iorable
in terest retun , mia keo the mii ost de
iirable for the atvera~tgo man or family13.
"IDefliiite plants for the continutance
of thme issue it cominlg years of smul I
Governmient securities are being wor-k
"Although War Savings Stampsa
sales this year dIo not approach the
'Itigh marks ma do under s timultion of
war needl last year-, tlteir absorpt'.on
by the public thut, far has been satis
HavIngs in all channels shrank dur
lng the early months of the year, and
it is expected that War Savings Stamp
sa les, atlong with postal savIngs and
.avings bank deposita, wil~l grow
steadily throughiout the year.
"Co-operation is sought earnestly In
thle itattuor of keeplin g Thrlii ft an id War
Sav'ings Stamps~ on nuale, so that rno
one tso inclined niay fail to have opptor
tunity to Invest hIs money wisely."
Today is that taoiorrow you thought
ai bout yestelrd ay- - 14iy W. S. S. now.
Spen' wIselv ~ et Iielou-.
Two Affiliated Instiutions with riore than fifty P--oessors, l I stuetors
and! Adminitrative Workers.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
FRANK E. JENKINS, A, P.. 1). U., P!e;isint.
I. PIEDMONT COLLEGE
Fifte en ulnits for entrance and one hundred and twerty-four nem 'ester
hours or graduation. W'ork difficult; results corn,!aond ingly val >a bIe.
Demand for graduates at large salaries (xc ee( t he ;uppiy.
II. PIEDMONT ACADEMY
Gives foiir years of staadard high school work ar: oe :: ' preparatory
hereto. Sixtet i ,n . eetired for g;raduatuion. Fits for any c(IIOL e in
Am ert ica. IHas no auperior in Georgia car in any surrounding Stt.
ExIPenses exceedinl v low, because more thai $;71,011(10 from
entiowmi etV t and lolations s111plIements t Uit ion and hoard.
Ildnv,-4E tun"itics for self-help. Write !or nforna uon to
DEAN J. C. ROGERS,
Piedmont College, Demorest, Ga..
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for" cash
Laurens Oil Mill
" " AST
waste it? What you wate ifiA ee p tit h
bank, wuld pil up so as t yo co/ vcsti
in omesubtan i i. '
Tha moey ouarewasin no/ o dmaeyu
Mh osae oRbak YOrd fobank. cte
Thsoe Eutnteise ng.oalBn
N. B.DI We arsdd e ent . nHr. PRahe
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS
ADVERTISER PRINTING CO