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Out of Fix?
'Phone your grocer or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicious digestant,--a glass
with 1nealls gives delightful relief, or
no charge for the first dozen used.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
worn-out slonacils, convertting food
into rich blood and sound desh.
Bottled an gtaranlced )y e cele
bratel Shivar-1.iie'ral Spr n,, : V
tonl, S. C. If your regu ar dcaler
cannot supply you telephone
WIW )(ihT I CKI'l s CO.,
IMistributlors for. Laam'ens.
"My head itche unbearab y
hair was coming ut e handful.
A few applications droot loosened
and removed quantities of dandruff
the itching stopped. Today it is thicker
and more beautiful than ever."
THE GUARANTEED HAIR TONIC
For sale here under a
Lauireis Dru1g Co.
WIdront Rhanpoo0apused In connectton
with Wildroo. wilt iasten the treattuent.
Relief - 25c.
Nature's Remody (NR Tablets), Are
Helping Thousands Who Tried Ex
ponalvo rhings Without Result.
Thero nro three vital proesnses of
lumitn (xisteince.-tie digestion of
food. the extraction of nourishment
fron it. Intid tho eliminationi (if waste.
Ioor dligestionF and s1 ition
means fallure to derivE fullI nouish
ment fron food and that it 1n oftem
means Impoverished bloo w n
anenila. (tc. 'omr climina Ion 11.nIuas
faln acernlilat ion of W:' to inaLter
wihlch Cosn l'o body, low rs -itality,
decreases the power of i%.LWr aiee to
diseas and tul lea.os to tio <levelulmlent
of inily e(.r101t5 ills.
Itheuinatism.-due to scono inter
fece nowi th t.o irt es of elimina
tion, failure to gI ri I f (.1 clertltain body
0i3on,--cann uot b)- eximeted to yield
to nlly medicinm tilat fab to corrvet
the condito resp mle frl it. ('oeild
sity reaso n.be )b e 3 cxl. I. t to rid
himself of rh-o:';.'( e pain 11 1, ne
slheunmatic piolson s fillowed t.10 ieaiii-n
in the b)ody.
Thlink of t hl". J. (explain't th'e su.
cess of Nature i F<.mediy (N I i..T3:.ts)
in leo m3any enV:1: whee .'e:
ineice ins( hV13 fib di 1.Th'iorii r a'~re
using Nt ITblet:: every <day iual git
ting reClie. \\l!y I:::7 fiv er ten ':
tinies 31 as inu e t fo tunert:: In thi ae?
A 25c box of Nr~ture's Remcedy I NIt
Tablet 3 , l ontin, ig (enoutgh to l:t st
twenty-ivo' daye,--utr hItiyu
must gIv you prompI'nt 3(1llef i-1 sat -
Isfactory be.neil or cost you il hin jg.
Nature's Remeiday in 3ot onlly fora
tho r-eltef of rliio3umntIim. It. im
p.ro3ves (iion (31 tonIes 1. lr o
13lates khineu.y 3.nd bowel a-tion,:, 13m
5.y$1tem. You'vetri di. the o0:pens13i
mieies url doctorn3:, mi w n3.a. V rho
renli I lrt. YouL'll1: etlIen thie tine.
Ju lst Itry itC. N 3tu3re' Hemedy N It
'I'able- .I i -.hI. r''arainte'- an~d
reco3r.earate by you.r drut3gg it.
I. '.ITIL:NS 1JIl'( ('4).
JOHN A. HOLLAND, '1
The Greenwood Piatno Man.
The largest dealer in muasical Instru
ments in Western Routh Carolina. Mella
pianos, self-player pianos, organs and
sowing machInes. Rieferee: ' The
Rlank of (Iroenwood, the old9st nnd~
strongent~ Dank in reoanwand roana,
UNCLE SAM BACK ON THE WARPATH
After finishing his job across the water Uncle Sam is now after the
profiteers and others who are responsible for the hight cost of living. His
sword Is keen and he Is shielded with a strong device.
OKI [111 --
In these days of rugs, highly polished floors are most essen
tial, and inasmuch as they are subjected to constant wear, the greatest care
shudbe exrise i finishing them.
Hardwood floors properly varnished with Pee Gee Specification Floor
Varnish resist heel marks, do not show scratches, will not crack and are
not *affected by hot or cold water.
With little care and expense, such floors are easily kept in splendid
condition by using
You need no experience-simply follow directions given on each can'
and you will obtain a high, brilliant polish of great beauty and durability,
Pee Gee Floor Wax can be successfully applied on all wood surfaces;
furniture and linoleum./
If cracks appear in the floor, due to sI inkage in the wood, Pee Gee
Crack Filter should be used. It fills In and makes the floors level and
Ask for Free Booklet-4"The Modern Method of Finishing Wood," also for ee0
of wood panels finished with Pee Gee Specification Varnishes, or write direcg tod
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Eneorporated. Louisville, Ky.
LAURENS HARDWARE COMPANY
Distributors for PEE GEE Paint Products
We invite a visit of the people to our/place to see for them
selves. We again met our old friend Jo Brooks. He again had
his trading pants on and soon landed 'e new Fords, one Dodge; L
and we have these new cars a a good Buick Roadster; also L
lHu dson Super-Six on hand. e are repairing our barn prepara- T
Itory for our Fall Opening, and if Mr. 'Brose Hudgens' foot don't
slip this week we will be able to put in our fall opening of good
vjyoung Tennessee Mares and Mules ini two wveeks. We will give
timely notice of their arrival.
Now is the time, for the stock trade is about here. We may
not visit our Cousin Joe for any more Fords till next summer; but
we want to thank the public for their patronage, and hope you
will be as liberal this comin~g season in buying mules as you have
been with us in our Ford business.
want to see them.
WORKING AND SAVING
WILL REDUCE PRICES
Governor of Pederal Reserve Board
Tells How Living Expenses May Be
Cut Down.-Why Everything Went
What is the best way to reduce the
high cost of living?
"Work and save" is the answer giv
en by the Federal Reserve Board in a
letter written by its governor, W. P.
G. Harding, to the Banking Commit
tee of the United States senate. The
committee had under consideration the
proposal to reduce the volume of
money in circulation. Governor Hard
ing opposes this plan, holding that it
will not afford the relief expected.
"The Federal Reserve Board be
lieves" says Governor larding in his
letter, "that any currency legislation
at this time is unnecessary and unde
sirable, and would suggest that wheth
er viewed from an economic or finan
cial standpoint, the remedy for the
present situation is the same, namely,
to work and to save; to work regular
ly and efficiently In order to produce
and distribute the largest possible
volume of commodities, and to exer
cise reasonable economies in order
that money, goods and services may
ho devoted primarily to the liquida
tion of debt and to the satisfaction to
the demand for necessities. rather
than to indulgence in extravagances
or the gratification of the desire for
During the last two years there has
undoubtedly taken place a certain
amount of credit expansion. Governor
Harding shows, and this in the cir
cumstances connected with the financ
ing of the war was inevitable. But it
will be corrected as the securities
issued by the government for war
purposes are gradually absorbed by in
vestors. This expansion of credit is
equal to the difference, Governor
llarding says, between the total war
expenditures of the government and
the total amounts raised by the gov
ernment through the medium of taxa
tion and from the sale of its bonds
and other obligations so far as they
were paid for out of the savings of
the people. He does not believe that
any reliable estimate of this diff r
ence can lie made., but. he is positive
that, whatever it Is. it will be grad
uially absorbed throug: h future savings
fot- the reason that bank s are leading
and may always he expected to lend
freely on the government bonds dIe
posited as collateral.
The principal cause of price ad
vances just before and diu-i'g the per
iod of the war was the need of the
governins of tie allied na tions for
all kinds of commodities and for im
mediate delivery in large vchme, and
:he "einpetition of thiie huying by
go Ive'nl en ts Witi poch,ises by pri
vate I' dividuaiils whouc fail'cd Io contr:t
their 'xpendiltires at a rAte commen
irateo with the growing expenditur es
(!f thi-e government;."
On' of the fealitres of tle post-war
'eriol. thromgh wh 1i ie natiol is
. ow i:Ieshg andi which has been
:crke by rising prices. is the gen
:-al t-laxation of war-thnm practi'e of
perscual economy. Tliir has resiuled
in an -'nc tcre:ased demand for food and
cloth:".. and other otnnunodities lby
many persons who din-lg the war
iraict U-c-d a imor-e or le'' rigid .neon
oy ii their part.mnal pur'iht-'-. lsom,
.* mu I h' horna in ma ld that t hey
a re ntil ontlyii by in g at mark-IetI prices
ltet are~ buying in 'compeltition with
h' en .rt dlemndc. in adid ilinn, elarge
y -- -aie wvages and inc'--('s dtur
-g the lit flvc vc':ur s ha:vce diviloped
a demvimd for :ma~nv ce:mlit a: hich
tienot of ril ne ucessmity. Tii nat
ittally has dliver-tedi abor- ancd i-aw andl
tmanutfactutred tmat.'r-is frori essen
tials to non-issen t hi Is, conit ributin g no
small part to the trend of increasing.
TELLS HOW OTHER
PEOPLE GET AHEAD
Pamphlet Issued by U. S. Treasury
Answers Question "How Can I
As an answer to the question, "How
Can I Save Money?" the Savings Di
vision of the Treasury Department has
coinpiled an interesting and helpful
pamphlet entitled "How Other lsapie
For individuals and families whose
incomes are less than $5,000 a year
this pamphlet offers a number of en
ilghtening suggestions as to the dis
bursement of incomes of various
amounts from $15 a week upward. Not
only does the material furnish a ready
answer to the problem of expenses,
blut it affords an authentic source of
information as to living costs. The
figures were compiled from records of
official government investigations into
the several subjects and may be re
garded as up to date and accuratet
This material makes posisible a
new attack in the movement to make
thrift a national earacteristic and to
foster the habit of "Save First-Spnd
Afterward." It will interest people in
saving more mioney by showing them
how much other people find it possibtlo
to save and also by showing thoem how
they (all cut down the cost of living
comparing their costs with average
costs at the same income.
The Savings Divilsion suggests that
an excellent way to drive home the
truths of the budget system is to have
the schedulos discussed at school and
taken home by ie children for con
sidoration by the families. Anothnr
method is to organize a louse-to-houtw.
canvass through committees of wo
muon who will bring the budgets to
the attention of families and securo
their agreement to study their own
Saving and spending budgets have
been prepared to meet local condi
tions at a number of points, and much
interest in the application of the bud
gets to the camipaign is being mani
fested in sections of the comtry
where tho National Thrift Cam paign
is being carried out successfully.
LEPERS SET SPLENDID
EXAMPLE IN SAVINGS
Colony of Unfortunates In Faraway
Hawaii Buys War Savings Stamps
At $62 Per Capita.
Itecent reports from Honolulu con
lain ani interesting and unusual les
son in thrift which may be cons ldured
a r(cord for the states to attempt.
Sales of War Savings and Thrift
Stamps among the inmates of the Pen
ikese Island Leper Colony during July
amounted to $62 per enpita. Alto
gother 32 purchase-rs of those securi
lies took a total of $1.98-9 of stamp'S.
When it is considerod that this
ainount is far more than the per capi
ta qmont for the United States it is
appareit that tihle optimism of these
!epeis, despito their station in life, is
littll loss than re:narkable.
Up to date the total sales of War
Savings and Thrift StamIps in iawaii
is mnoe than $2.i20 .4000, ir more tIan
'"$20.000 ini (xces o'4X f it s iil quot."
Tihe' faith that moves mountains is
lihe failh iithal gels a steamII shov'el ini
stecad of an old hi o. Labor saving is
what you wont. It mecanus money say
lng, too, for War Savings Stamps.
Spend a little less than you earn
It's a sure road to srcess. Put your
savings in War Savings Stamps.
Thrift tablped to win thei war. It
will enable us to enjoy the fruits of