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How Much Do Y Spend
Each Week ?
"Can't exactly tell," you say.
Of course you can't unless you
pay your bills by check. Peo
ple who carry their money
around in their pockets sel
dom know how, when or where
A checking account is the log
ical thing for you. It prevents
the indiscriminate waste that
leads to poverty, and at the
same time keeps a book ac
count of your expenditures.
You are invited to open an
account with us, and there is
no time as opportune as today
OME BANK & TRUST CO.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
A HAE YO U SEE THEM 2
...... A DANDY BUNCH OF
very one a good one. You can't
eat these no matter wherelyou go.
ome and look these over.
Youman's Old Stable.
. RIDOEWAY &1iO.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
'I AM GLAD '
Glad to Try Anything
"Three years ago my system
was in a terribly run down con
dition and I was broken out all
over my body. I began to be wor
ried about my condition and I
was glad to try anything which
would relieve me. Perunn was
recommended to me as a fin
blood remedy and tonic, and I
soon found that it was worthy
of praise. A few bottles changed
my condition materially and in a
short time I was all over my
trouble. I owe my restoration to
health and strength to Peruna.
I am gind to endorse it."
ticks is repaid from 20 to 50 times.
The cost of making the necesstry
number of lippings varies from only
18 to 50 cents for each animal, and
one canvass showed an average esti
mated incre-ise of $9. ii in value of the
tick-free cattle. More than that, the
eradication of the ticks, as conducted
under Federal supervision, permits
the introduction of high-class beef
and dairy cattle and the establishment
of a more proilable live-stock indus
try. Emphasis is placed by the de
partment on the need for a clear un
derstanding of the purpose of tick
eradication and the necessity for strict
compliance with regulations to insure
thoroumghitess. By cooperating with
the Government in the work farmers
receive the numerous benefits result
ing from the opportunity for great
improvement in their herds.
COURT BUYS 11ME (RI'SHER
FOR FARMERS' USE
When the fiscal court of Allen Coun -
ty, Ky., went with the county agent
to see it field demonstration where
Iimestone(2 had made rest clover grow
abundantly where hefore clover had
been a failure, the favor of the court
was gained to the extent that when
the court met ill regular session an
app'ropriation was voted for the pur
chase of a limestone crusher. The
crusher cost $2,5(0. It is a portable
outfit, and for Night months of the
Dairy and Pc
Call us over Long I
B. B. Kirkia
i Most Nest
But a nest-egg in a bank, hatch
A nest-egg of dollars hatches ;
Set it to work hatching intrees
TIhat's one0 part of the busines
your nest-egg-on time dleposit
'Tie man witht a savings accouin
mWe invite you to let us help y
I BUY WAR Si
283 Acr'es in Fokrk
Farm, cIlered 750,000
Eight (8) LotS in the rT
L. Depot. Priec,
One Lo)ti n Manning,
eighth Acre, with
One Lot in Manning,
more than Three(
You canu get good
THE ILLITIERACY COMMISSION
The Illiteracy Commission composed
of Dr. Patterson Wardlaw (Chair
man), State Superintendent of Edu
cation, J. E. Swearingen, George I).
Brown, C. E. Hurts, S. H. Edmunds,
Mrs. J. L. Coker, Miss Mabel Mont
gomery and Miss Wil Lou Gray as
Field Worker has written every Cot
ty Superintendent of Education urg
ing that the counties be organized for
the establishment of Adult Schools.
In each County there will be a Com
mittee on Organization, consisting of
tiea "unty Superintendent of Educa
tiofr as ex-officio chairman. a enber
appointed by the County Board to be
County Leader, and a third member to
be selected by the other two. The
Committee has been asked to under
take the following work:
a-To see that a school census is
taken, especially in those districts
where Adult Schools are to be opened.
b-To encourage the establishment
of Adult Schools.
c-To work for such legislation as
is necessary for the cause.
d--To use all possible means of pub
licity in an effort to bring to the at
tention of the public the great need
for Adult Schools and the resultant
good to the community at large as
well as to the individuals and families
It is the purpose of the Commission
to urge the establishment of two kinds
a-An Adult School, three nights, a
week, to teach people to rea'1 and
b-A Community School, once in
two weeks, open to all, for the pur
pose of civic instruction--a public
forum. The program of this session
will be instructive to the community
and it will make the illiterate feel
that there is no disgrace in attendin'
school is his more fortunate neighbor
finds it helpful to attend occasionally
Schools will be opened at any timc
that occasion demands, but a State
wide effort will be made to have rural
schools run during January and Feb.
ruary and Mill Schools during Jan
uary, February and March. No pupil:
will be admitted under the compul.
sory age limit, of fourteen, unless by
Teachers will be paid $1.00 pei
night by the State Depamment 01
Education, provided at least 10 pupil:
are enrolled. The counties and th<
mills will be asked to pay $1.00 ad
ditional, giving a salary of $2.00 p1
night. In order to receive State Aid
a detailed report must be filed witl
the State Superintendent of Educa
tion at the end of the term.
An Institute was recently held ii
Columbia under the direction of th
Commission when County Leader
I and teachers of night schools cam
together to study the problems pecu
liar to this type of work. Twenty
six counties were represented wit|
over fifty delegates. The prograr
consisted of round table discussion
demonstration of materials and in
spirational addresses. The attendane
and the unusual interest shone demon
strates the fact that the teachers an
those in charge of mill work ar
awake to the situation and if Sout
Carolina remains next to the mos
illiterate state in the Union it will ma
be their fault.
Illiteracy is a burden to the Stat
Believing this to be true The Illite:
acy Commission is asking the Legh
lature to appropriate $25,000 for wor
of establishing and moaintaining Adu
Schools, so that those men and wom
who were neglected by the State i
their childhood may still have the of
portunity of learning to read the Bib
0 or writing to their absent children aat
friends, of transacting their own bus
ness and of following through ti
press events of the day. Tlhe tao
of wipinkl out ill~eracy from o1
hState is oneo caulion to the entil
citizensthip anti it should be the (10
of every patriot to see that the ai
p lropriationt is mtade.
T 'rustees, t eachers and public spiri
edoi citizens are urged to write to ti
LIlliteracy Comm iss ion, Columbia,
C., for further information and lite
-iture( 'ontcernintg the work.
Dips (Cheaper Than Tlicks.
Tlha t big div idends( rollowv inive:
ments in catt le-t iek erad~lication
shown by inv~est igatt ions during t
last year hy the United States Il
ia rtmntt of A gricul ture. The expen
of porn a nentl y free ing catt le fr.
I No Worms ini a llealthy Child
All chihilren trouled wtith wvormns have an t
healthy color, wIcht uidicates poor bhaod. and u
ruin, t here Is mtore or less stt ac h disturbiat
GROVE'S TASTllSS chill TONIC give'n reg~ulf
for two od three weeks will enrich the blood,.
prove thie digiestlon. and net as a Gene'rn! Streng~
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will ti
throw off or dIspel the worms. and t he Child wIll
In perfect health. Pleasant to take. 00c per hotl
Was in a
MisK Ilieka Leopold,
288 1avco St., Menasha, Vis.,
SeC'y I.liederkranz. .\lis LAeopold's
letter opposite conveys in no un
certain way the gratitude she
feels for Peruna.
Liquid and Tablet Form
year the county gent, by order of
the fiscal court, has ec:.trol of the
machine. It is taken arounl from
community to comnmunity to crush the
natural Iinestone rock for agricultu
ral purposes. This work is done at
cost for the farmers. In the other
four months of the year the crusher
is used by the county on road work.
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What a farm conmuunity can do for
its own progress when the get-to
gether spirit prevails is well shown
with the Hurwood community, Wil
liamson County, Tenn. This conmmu
nity, encouraged by the county agent,
formed an organization which em
braced men's intirests, women's inter
ests, canning clubs, corn clubs, nod
poultry clubs. In this way they re
ceived a con mun ity charter and pro
ceeded to work. When the wheat in
crease was asked, 50 acres was as
signed to lurwood community; the
communlili ity came across with 323
acres ii 10 days. Simi.arly organized
c01mun1ities madte it possible for Wil
liamson Comnty to pledge an increas
ed acreage of 2,000, while the county
was asked for only 1,369 acres.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cure I tehing, Ilind. lileding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly reev ". ;h1in1g i'ilest and you can get
restiul sleei after the first application. Price L0c.
)istance at our expense
nd Seed Co.
1411 Assembly St.
IA, S. C.
r Do Hatch
3(ut manyh1 nickles and dlimes.
s of this bank-paying interest on
t has an interest ini life.
ucreate that interest.
~f Black River'. Si x-horse)
feet of Timuber. A [~argrain.
awn of Manning, near A. C.
each-__-- _- ..-.--$175.00)
near' A. C. L~. D~epot. One
oodl house. Pr~ice .$350.00)
near A. C. L. D~epot. One
3) Acres. Price - _$500.00
:ermns on any or all of these
WID EM AN,
Msmning, S. C.