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Feeling "at Home"
One of our ambitions is to have folks
feel at home in this bank; to cultivate
geniality and good will; to promote that
feeling that the Home flank and Trust
Co. is a HOME institution, ready to
serve our home people at all times.
You will always find a welcome here;
you are entitled to our time and atten
tion, whether you bank here or else
Home Bank and Trust Co.
CHARLTON DuRA NT, President
T. M. WELLS, Cashier
FAILURE Of SWINE TO REPRODUCE a bit, th but t he ra tion should c til \rlditio%,i(lco ill f mp5
a dal' meal,1 alala, soy-bean, oi' ho e erected i ill nIed hately adljoi ning
IS CAUSE Of SERIOUS LOSS t I nti 1da- and colictiiz witlec
I insect 414(41 , or' .1 g.oodl gt'ati of' wh1ite wav~s intstr'uctedt by tile b 1(1- of' dJi ic
Failirlei inl tle ability or desire t idin o gs and whole oats-with but tos at tie meeting Lhis morning to
swine to repToIuthce D Ili' v ll a 1it1()tillts of to)i or ground bar- have pbyls prepared for this building
any of several com itiois, say special- 1,., 1ogetlet bith tl go o i ii ix 111 titediately so tiat contract may be
ists of the Unit-l States Department t me. it add it ion ii abundance (f let as early as possible.
of Agriculti:-. It may result fro441 dai vxercise mist be i6 eii. Tbis The buildingf rit is somlenlitly sit
a < )i.sase or injury that seriously af- will probally have to he lo'cvd by titted immeiitely west of the city.
fects otr destro4ys the setcr'et(ory repro1i(- (ii li e boar oi' -ow alitit tli m]- A I tack of the Piediiotit and
iuect ivet ta b a I) I -locks or pastit's iailY Itiil the ani- Northern ilway Will ma a ineto the
improper funictionin-g of the system. nma is ivd. building vind two trolley liles run
wlich inl turn is oft en brought abt I 1 lailitai n t digestive lu ic- neai by 'i11d1roads approncb from all
by unsuitable fet~ 14 or4 faulty elimina- i nali41'ttia o'by au ng 'ih4. ll hee olts..illePt i
ion of waste4 " t prdutIs. or it 41m4y .be 1111 aIl0XiciS 111 I> (111 n .'o odto eloe te E psto
Th r ar a'41 ls eai e of' sl4 1 ltiit 4or 14t'l -i i54it ae f iij~- O es 1 ' atnad C V tikr
lim p 4..t t n s aor w Ie l ii s4 .4 t 1tausi on.- 'Iaii 4es'''4 I o e fi' b idi g c m i t' s ciip s
are40.' licul t in, . p4i h urs iit'it '' re e asi'' 'i.(1 (. I. lth ie g' h iil14 .
coe in hl. 14r4)ptotrhapl a tt'n'ti'ientinees
'colfh-e tin.l I her ssl 11te 4 boar tf 4 li', tits orhatr eri :14 h hta
troubl is 1)4 t t' lt4i a p t e 4 cause, i ll tN '.l v~. 114 x i ~ats Ielr ttit t gi
when\'t 'd14'ibh. -1. b 4 t'ingbt' Sihorough ci 44 ltilitg I'h' fi- I 'tia entie l ut i f ets i h
ex iai on.14 I('4 fTis4I shoub in f lm it a t-fitt i', wl 4't4t4 'Ib lt ltii Ileile' 45 ssiit eap
''1ar>-b for phytical' 4)lefec il t he preift tt- tisttcs41 44f:lv 44 hs 1ta'tg iist'l itttis i h ls
adm'its tlns i' prtt'a ly . But if' t heit i t'tt 'thiibt a 44jga
li-1')Wi is o su e ''ri l ifili5 't'he re lttlel''o lss 4ssgl'l o te vantt
is b ti ast t i n I t iim l fit t'eil 0' to shoghc ~ Ite iret lst y'i '
frf il af i't': ton m iate experaknthsordssan - tiha'' a kto o tf(''i.t pilst
ofd Vh l'itesllt 4 et t i tDear t'wn of11 ea'ttIt'ttt1411 4141i. itL wiiI
.\ 14444r i t's 4 free jwt'.l i hav te bsrl':i. ad rnld, fr kd e , lv r 11 it ktpn f ttttt it t
uRed oct lind- 'inde with~ Fed butelatli' bu.tit atdeo
itst'rei uety oures c int ty t)tiin 't o44ck.14 14.1141i Iikd fr bsy
tieelit tin i4t:t:o :n litde hocs of' ext'is Ntoa eid f H lln o .1I 1 ttbat iy (ffut i'fv
)oin'tei lyi pa n tasei an 5 SIl it. ok o e ae ol Me lon*ey g Ii t1( Rck M lntin 'Ctll fot
m1 ' l:st ines orait t p ro itbu t whe rt ail-t-Ilato h'hteisethls oie
rhe increased interest in the licensing
f cotton warehouses is though by de
partment specialists to be due large
ly to the following facts:
The Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank
is actively encouraging warehousemen
to become licensed and bonded under
the United States warehouse act and
A co-operative agreement has been en
tered into with the Georgia State Bu
reau of Markets whereby the State
bureau furnishes a free grading ser
vice to all licensed warehousemen
who desire it. The governor of the
Federal reserve bank at Dallas has re
ently taken an active interest in thie
iet and is circularizing member banks
in his district in advocacy of the Fed
Dral system of warehouses.
Very substantial reductions in the
rates of fire insurance on licensed
warehouses have been granted by the
various rating bureaus in the South.
In a majority of Southern States this
reduction amounts to 25 per cent from
the scheduled rates; in other Southern
States the reduction ranges from 25
per cent on certain classes of ware
houses to 10 per cent on others. Ten
per cent is the minimum concesrion.
The Federal Farm Loan'Board has ap
proved form.s of receipts to be used
unIde'r the Iegulations an( steps have
b)''enl taken to secure like approval
from the Federal Reserve Board.
"That Tired Feel
When you are tired without go
cause, lack ambition and feel ou
of sorts generally, you- may b
heading straight for a sick spell
These symptoms often
show the whole system,
especially the blood, is
Don't wait 'till you are
sick in bed. Almost ev
cry ailment can be ward
ed off if attended to in
PLUMB NG a
Water Systems fo
Repair Work Proi
i J. H.HR
Three Dollars <
these waists are beaultifl
for hot daysl. ~ ll'
Cotton Voiles, in color
Migorectte Voiles, in fa
Printed Lawns for only,
Pongee Sillk, yard(
Stantressah SIlk, yard
in a Palm
"GET ITF AT RIGBY'S
J. H. R.
Missouri Lady Suffered Until She
Tried Cardui.-Says "Result
Was Surprising."-Got Along
Fine, Became Normal
Springfield Mo.--"My back was s4
weak I could hardly. stand up, and 1:
would have bearing-down pains and:
was not well at any time," says Mrs,:
D. V. Williams, wife of a well-known
farmer on Route 6, this place. "I
kept getting headaches and having to
go to bed," continues Mrs. Williams
describing the troubles from which
she obtained relief through the use of
Cardul. "My husband, having heard
of Cardul, proposed getting it for moe
"I saw after taking some Cardul
. .. that I was improving. The result
was surprising. I felt like a different
"Later I suffered from weakness
and weak back, and felt all run-down,
I did not rest well at night, I was so
nervous and cross. My husband said
bo would get me some Cardut, which
he did. It strengthened mo . . . My
doctor said I got along fine. I was In
good healthy condition. I cannot
say too much for it."
Thousands of women have suffered
as Mrs. Williams describes, ijntil they
found relio from the use of Cardul.
Since it has helped so many, you
should not hesitate to try Cardui i
troubled with womanly ailments.
For sale everywhere. E.83
SlalPLE WAY TO PitEVENT
Any leatheIr article is allost certai n
to m1ildvw if keopt in a1 warm, iamp,
and da.r.k place, sucil as a closet, Cel
lar, or stable. This m1 ildewi ng prob
ably will not r-e(due se-iously tle ser
viceability of the article, unless it is
allowed to remintil oil the leathier too
long. It ilay, however, (-hange- the
Color appreciably, thus injuring tlt
aiiiarance. The siilest way to pre
vent Illhileving, say Specialists of the
Un tited States Department of Agri-,
culture, is to keep the leather in a
well-veitilated, dry, well-lighteid place
preferably one exposed to the sun
light. M illew cal not. 1a ke* much
hteadway il the sunishine. When inmil
dew develops, it sh1ould be washied off
withi soIaup Ind w11111 water, or simplily
wiped oif with a moist cloth, dlrying
the leather well afterwards. h'lhese
sim01ple mleasures are ieferable to the
appliention inl tile home of prepara
tions designed to p-eventt the growth
We are' proud of the confidence doc
tors, d-ugists and the public have in
(ifi6 Chill and Il'ever Toniie.
A PPEAl i, i iICENSES
'ih ere has been a larled inlCreaiSe* in
the demiaid for cotton warehouse Ii
eenses during the past year. In the
administration of the United States
warehousi act 242 such license- were
issued since July 1 1920, by the Bu
reau of .larikets, Uited States l)e
partnent of Agriculture, and aplicOa
tions were receive( for 289. I)urinig
the previous year 10i applications
were received and 24 licenses issued.
Notice is h1eety given that lands in
Sanltee swamp, Clarenglon County, be
t w~en the Su~imter--Cla re~non county
lin IConl tile north and Jack's Cr-ek
and~ Stave Island on the sooth, for
mierly ownedt by the( Santee River- Cy
press I.OumberC Comnpaniy is niow leas
ed to thle Brook lyni Cooper-age Com
paiiny of Geaorgetowni, S. C. Hunatting,
fishing, andl griazsing rights on the
above ar iea have been leased to J1. .J.
Biroughiton ic. i, (if Piinewoodl, S. C.
Bronoklyn Cooperagei Co.
By Woodls Superintendent.
NOTICE O1" DISCHlARG(E
I will a pply to the -Judge of P'ro
hate for Ch1arendon County, S. C., on
the 20th day of ,June, 19121 at i11
o,'cloc-k a. mi. for l~etters of Dischar-ge
as Adin ist ratoir of the Esta te of
Peer I,. lllida y, de-ceased.
Young A. 1llolliday.
Adin !istra t)or.
.\Ianinif, S. C., May 17, 1)21 lpd.
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomet tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain..
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
ing" Often 71
I time. Any doctor will tell you that
b Start at once to drive impurities
from your system and help enrich
your circulation with famous S.S.S.j
the vegetuble blood tonid
of fifty years' standing.,
Get S.S.S. from youxi
druggist today, and writi)
IIs about your condition fa
Chief Medical Advisori
847 Swift' Laboratory
and Mantel Co.
SU1TER, S. C.
We design, build and erect all
kinds of monumental work of
marble and granite. Also sell
iron fence. Buy direct from
yard and you will save money.
qG, S. C.
r Country Homes.
nptly Attended to
md Fifty Cents
Ily tailored, cool and tasty
;, yard-_-__-_.-45c to $1.25
s, for the yard 50- Sc
yardl - 16A 2-3c
'S a pgood1 motto.
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