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out KING SOLOMON
WAS A WISE OLD SOU)
'Knew How to Save Hit Shekels By
r Putting Them Into Safest Investments
Bankers Could Find.
Old King Solomon was a wise bird.
He distributed a lot of mighty good
** But he is dead.
> You are alive. You will have to
make your own decisions and determine
your own course oC action and
your own future. It will not do you a
3bK of srood to try to communicate
^ h Sol and hare him so Ire your
- /" problems for you.
. If you got his ear, you probably
Tould not take Ms adrice.
You will have to acquire your wisdom
as Sol acquired his, by gaining a
I broad view-point and taking advantage
of your own experience and that
vi others. Solomon was a mason before
he was a king and a miner as
well, 'so Ms view-point probably would
t be much different from that of
v-.se workers of the present day.
You may be sure that the high cost
living was & probitiSi in Ho)orooe's
* .f m well as in 2 ?19 and that the
? ^rchasing power of a aheksl, minted
from the gold of Ophtr, fluctuated Just
i as does the dollar minted at PMladelphla.
But Solomon fc&ew that thrift and
saving, the stimulation of production
.nzfil the elimination of waste woultt
solve those problems Just as the wise
> working man knows it today. He laid
up a lot of coir, through safe and conservative
investment just as wise
men and women have put money for
the future in Liberty Bonds, Treasury
Savings Certificates and War Savings
C*amps. Also there is no record that
an/one ever took any of that coin
t away from Old Sol by inducing him to
speculate in wild cat stocks.
He left one bit of advice, the wisdom
of which the years have not
- ? changed. He said: "A , good man
le&veth an lnhertance to his children's
? -?-? A1..1 - . Kn
YOU can IOllOW uai - qutkc vj
*t**dy consistent saving and investment
in War Saving Stamps and
Treasury Savings Certificates and in
Ldberty Bonds at present prices.
These securities bought now will be
er. inheritance for your children's
Aol had to get wise.
Ton can get wise just as he did. If
itfjis fail to save you will repent
through many years.
ARE YOU AN AMERICAN?
Are you an American?
f| j V The'1919 Savings Campaign is
an alliAjnerican movement. That
]r means it is for every man, woman
and child resting under the shelt,
?rlag folds of the Stars and
Do you belong to a live savingi
rs jg> .
If so, you have made the right
e-art. Keep on saving and investing
in War Savings Stamps and
Thrift Stamps. Attend the meeting
of your society and learn the
titbit of happy thrift.
i j BEE AMD WORKER
'; #Mr doth the little Busy Bee,
i Uc prove each shining honr?
B gathers honey all day long,
WL 'fh-om each and every flower.
B : Bow doth the worker in our land,
Be . his ire some future rest?
ft* eaves some money every day,
K'F'.ariy to invest
CK FOR ALL
Tell? How High Cost of Living Prot>
Jems May Be Solved by Every
Man and Woman.
President Nicholas Murray Butler,
of Columbia University, in a recent
discussion of the high living cost*
"Punishing profiteers is & good
thing, but it won't reduce the cost of
living. If we had all their hoarded
goods it would do little good.
"Only the operation of inexorable
econcxmc laws can bring us back to
tolerable conditions. The remedy is
to save, to practice public economy
and private thrift We must save and
invest in productive industry. Borrowing
for non-productive reasons
In the opinion of the best economist
in the United States the peoples'
greatest weapon against high
prices is the government's Thrift
campaign. Every family should have
a budget Just aa ev***y successful
I business has a bua?et The ura- '
i thing on that budget should be tb*
jaacount to be saved from the ;
i or monthly income?nor amount 1
| to be spent. Maiv what yen xcv*
tfija a winnnf vaii enon^ ?of i
what you spend govern the amount
War Savings Stamps bring 4
per cent interest, compounded every
three months. Hit high prices below
the belt by investing in United States
securities. The dollar you save today
may be worth twice as much five
years from now.
SING A SONGlF I
Sing a song of Savings Stamps,
\ The cpst of living's high.
But have you counted all the
These Savings Stamps wil buy?
They help to take that little trip.
Or buy some needed clothes.
How many things they'll help you
Goodness only knows.
OUR NEW VIRTUE
i In fog or sunshine, snow or rain, it's
I comforting to have this thought?I
! have not spent my every gain, and
thus reduced my funds to naught?it's
pleasant through the muggy fcys to!
? iA. 1- -I J - ? ^ nryA .
Sli IUK1UO Cb 1 VUUif auu A CrUMW I
the dismal haze cannot .surround you
with its gloom; to know, through pur- j
chase wisely made, investment planned
with sober care, your income's
balk will never fade, but through
| such rainy days upbear! Last year
! and this, an agency for teaching folks
this gospel bright has strenuously impressed
on me the way to duck the
waster-bright; **A dollar saved?the
interest gained**?this is the lesson
sound and true, which keeps the wayward
dollar chained and makes the
i 4 per oent accrue. Thrift! That's
the aniwer to you, sir! The thing
that Earned our battle lamps, and
helped to down the Pruelan cur;
in other worde, WAR SAVINGS
Cinders are no more worthless than
good intentions which go no farther.
Buy those War Savings Stamps now.
Every lime you buy a Thrift Stamp
you are striking Old Man Gloom M
LIMTTTXG FACTORS IX
Handicaps Can be Overcome. Says j
Clemeon College, November 3.?
Three of the limiting factors at the
present time in pork production in
South Carolina, says V. W. Lewis. Extension
Animal Husbandman, in
discussing the present decided trend
toward a great hog industry, are:
1. Fences and equipment for
handling. Too few of cur farmers
realize the importance of fencing
their farms in order that crops
grown for livestock may be harvested
by the animal instead of by
high priced labor.
2. Feeds grown. Too many of our
farmers in the past have depended
upon corn as the sole ration in producing
hogs. South Carolina can
produce an abundance of forage crops.
3. Disease. The larger part of
OFFICE COUNTY TREASURER,
Lexington, S. C., Oct. 1, 1919.
Public notice is hereby given that
State, County and school taxes for
Lexington County will be received by
me from Oct. 15th to Dec. 31st inclusive.
The levy is as follows:
State . . 9 mills
County 2% ?
Roads 4% "
Court House y2 "
Weak school % "
Constitutional school 3
TOTAL . . . . 2014 mills.
r-. - -1 J.?
optulivl tci.n. c\z> iuuuiic.
District Xo. 1 Special and
Bonds 8 mills
District Xo. 14 Special and
Bonds S "
District Xo. 15 Special and
Bonds 12 "
District Xo. IS Special and
Bonds 10 "
District Xo. 25 Special and
Bonds 8 "
District Xo. 29 Special and
Bopds 10 "
District Xo. 37 Special and
Bonds .3,0 "
District Xo. 66 Special and
Bonds 10 "
District Xos. 13 and 40
Special 8 "
District Xos. 1?. 35. 78. 79
and 82 Special ...... 6 "
Xos. 2. 4, 5. s. 3O. n, 16. .17, 22, j
27. 20, 3". 32 33, .54. 2S. 42, -13. i
45, 46, '.'j, 53, 55, 57, 61, 62, 63, 69; i - ; |
76, 77, 83, 84, 87, 88?4 mills.
Xos. 3, 6, 9, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 28.
36, 41, 44, 47, 48, 49, 51, 59, 64,
70, 72, 74, 75, SO?2 mills.
The following districts have no
special levies for school purposes,
Xos. 7, 39, 54, 58 and 60.
Capitation Road Tax $5.00 upon
all male citizens (not bona fide residents
of an incorporated town) of the
County between 21 and 55 years of
i Poll Tax $1.00 between the ages of
21 and 60 years.
Dog Tax 50c.
Road, Poll and Dog Tax payable at
same time with State, County and
C. E. LEAPHART,
Treasurer Lexington County,
till Jan. 1.
For Tax Collection Begins Tuesday,
November 11. .
T will be at the following places on
the dates named for the purposes of
collecting State and County Taxes for
the fiscal year 1919.
Tuesday, Nov. 11th. A. M. Irmo, S.
Tuesday, Nov. 11th, P. M. Chapin,
Wednesday, Nov. 12th, All day,
Chapin S. C.
Thursday, Nov. loth, A. M. Peak,
Friday, Nov. 11th, All day, Swansea,
Saturday, Slov. I"*h, All day, Swansea,
Tuesday, Nov. 18th, All day, Pelion,
Wednesday, Nov. 19th, A. Mi, Steedman,
Wednesday, Nov. 19th, P. M. Gil
bert, S. C.
Friday, Xov. 21st, All day, Lcosville,
Saturday, Nov. 22nd, All day, Katesburg,
Friday, Xov. 28th, A. M., Gaston.
Friday, Xov. 28th, P. M., Cayce, S. .
Saturday, Xov. 29th, All day, New
Brookland, S. C.
C. E. EEAPHART,
Treasurer, Lexington County. P. C.
The losses from disease among- hogs
is caused by cholera. But the use of
anti-cholera serum as a protection
against these losses is reducing this
one cause of loss to a negligible
These handicaps not only can be
overcome but are even now being
overcome. Campaigns are being
waged successfully throughout the
state for more and better fencing,
pastures, and feeds, and county
agents are daily teaching farmers the
value and necessity of anti-cholera
? ? o
Xirws FROM CENTRAL
The new school house is being put
up. So the school can be started at
an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith, of Columbia,
spent Sunday, with Mrs.
nv lfl?D MKDVGC
U1 limv 11L/1Y T JL/U
Spartanburg Woman Once Dreaded
To Hear Talking.
READ OF OTHERS TRIALS
Mrs- Lawter Says She Feels Fine
in Many Ways and Praises
"Tanlac is the best medicine I ever
took for stomach troubles, nervousness
and palpitation of the heart. I
sure can praise and recommend it,"
declared Mrs. H. E. Lawter, of 116
Williams street, Spartanburg-, S. C.,
in a statement she gave in endorsement
of Tanlac February 1, 1917.
"I suffered from indigestion, very
bad nervous troubles and palpitation
of the heart," continued Mrs. Lawter.
"I could hardly sleep, but would roll
and toss for hours, and my nerves
were so bad I was kept miserable almost
all the time. I could not eat
anything- hardly, and what I did eat
felt like bricks on my stomach and I
had a kind of choking feeling in my
chest after meals. My heart fluttered
a great deal, and this, I think, was
partly caused by the great quantity
"Final!v 7 d-'ihed to try T&rja<. as
it had helped s irianv others who had
rcuohs like :;ne \'oiv I an: not
bothered with stomach trout) es.
thanks to Tanlac. I feel a great deal
better in every way. My nerves are
much stronger and steadier, though
I used to be so nervous I dreaded to
have anyone speak to me unexpectedly.
I have not been bothered with
palpitation of the heart either since
I took Tanlac.
"I feel fine now in many ways and
I sure can praise Tanlac. I am fiftynine
years of age, and it takes a powerfully
good medicine to help one as
old as I am as much as Tanlac helped
Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold
exclusively at Harmon Drug Co., Lexington;
Burnett & Whetsell, New
Brookland; Harris-Cain Drug Co.,
Batesburg; Crosson Drug Co., LeesTiiio
'Dmp' Rtnrp fhanin: Dr.
W. T. Brooker, Swansea; Pelion Drug
Co., Pelion; W. J. Cayce, Cayce; A. E.
,Leaphart, Gilbert; The Lorick Co.,
Irmot W. H. Suber, Peak. Price, $1.00
per bottle, straight. . adv.
I American 1
IWe are now taking order
Smith's father, Mr. O. A. Lucas.
Misses Odie and Annie Lucas,
daughters of Mr. O. A. Lucas, is
spending a few weeks with their
brother Arthur, at McCormick, S. C.
Mr. H. S. Fulmer, is ail smiles now,
as it is another boy.
Mr. O. A. Lucas's Ford run off J
of the bridge at Swansea. Sunday i
night, but no one got hurt. I
Misses Luc-ile and Christabell Hart- j
ley. spent last Sunday with Misses ;
Florence and Yirgie Lucas.
If this escapes the waste basket I
j will come again. BLUE EYE?.
Tlicy Get Action at Once.
Foley Kidney Pills invigorate, j
strengthen and heal inactive, weak J
and diseased kidneys and bladder, Mrs.
O. J. Elis, 505 8th A v., Sioux Falls, I
S. D. writes: "I suffered with kidney i
trouble; used to have severe pains j
across my back and felt miserable !
and all tired out, but after taking-!
Foley Kidnty Pills I am well."' Sold
MONEY TO LEND
On improved farm lands.
5 to 10 years, can close loan
in three weeks if necessary.
JAMES B. MURPHY, j
11113 Palmetto Bldg., Columbia, S. C |
the following historical sketch of the j
We have just received 60 to
all sizes from 1-8 tc4in G
Have also some two or thre
Let us hear from you.
823 West Gervais Street
United States Railr
Very Low E
Round <r?o i
trip ?po. x <
[War Tax t
Tickets on sale November 10
trains scheduled to arrive Ai
ber 22, 1919. Good to reach
to midnight November 24,
fare 25 cents. Ample equipi
regular trains to handle the i
For information and other i
points apply to Ticket Agent
Field Fence, Ch
of All Kinds.
s for the
r Four Over]
Improvement in Riding Com:
- - ~ -*-> i m*
ltroduction of .Pneumatic lire
LEXINGTON, S. C.
We have a fresh lot of young
well broken Mules, all sizes,
suitable for any and all kinds
of work, farm or draft.
Come look themfover and
take your choice. You will
find prices right.
YV e are at lVitciZit: s> Siamco
j ETHEREDG, BROWN
NEW BROOKLAND, S. C.
1623 Main St.,Columbia, S.C.
ns of pipe and at present have j
lalvanized and from 1-8 to 8 in
e carloads of Iron in stock.
- t, r- Y*** * ,
r "i-;f \\?t 1 *" 3 cf* tp- M
"25 < * 25
o be Added]
th, to 21st., inclusive and for
igusta before noon Novemoriginal
starting point prior
1919. Minimum round trip
nent will be provided on all
ound trip fares from other
es, Paints |
and Im- |
fort since the i