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Ilis name is '"Shadow
H1e weighs next to noth
Yet for trim appear
ance, "for. hard, usage,
for general good 'condi
tion-there's no coi .oet
itor ever beat him.
He's a suit of
You can bave him for
Laurens, S. C.
Mrere cased by the dogs who licked
Ithe infected pl aces, but they were not
cured. Many modern People employ
the sameo method in their treatment
lof boils, pimples, rashes, carbuncies,
.eezema and other skin diseases. They
bapply a salve or lotion to the sore
places and fondly imagine they have
cured them. The imptortant fact which
tthey fail to recognize is, that these
iskin diseases are diseases of the blood,
innd that no external treatment can
permanently cure them, because they
taro essentially internal ailments.
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COLD POINT NEWS.
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Cold Point. Ail1 9.-Alrs. aI.:d Full
let visited Mrs. .1. Cosey Nelson of
this comiiunity Sunday.
Mir. If. I. Wheleel and family visited
retatives inl Grcenwood la'4t Saturday
Mr. ('arl I. Moore of Agusta. Ga..
luis bet viiting friends in Cold Poili
lii I .izie lininter attended preiach
xr' at New Zion Sunday.
.\ir. Thad Nelosn has retti'ned to his
!O .re in T'eninessco.
Mir. and .\rs. Toun M.\artin. of Spar
tanihurg. \ited relatives in this com
inunity r'ec ently.
.\ r. 0. C. Din canl and son Toii, weve
in ('ross 11111 Satt'irday on bunsin ess.
.\iss .1lia Nel son is somie bettet' at
.ir. Mack Ne!son. who haild Iis leg
briokten someh, timie ago is up now and([
getting along tine.
Mir. .ames Mundy, of Lisbon. was in
old Point til. nolrk.
liss Anie F-ue and Lillie Cannon
Visited rlatlive in I.anurens: hist week.
Mr:s. Cy E. Moore is in Sparfan
ittir at this writing and has under
gone an operation and we 11rust will
soon he home much improved.
Mir. .lohn Cannon was in 11ari'ens
Saturday on ibuiness.
M!r. ( \. Aoore visited in I,aurens
Sa Iit rday.
The children of. Mt. Pleasait en
.ioy l an1 egg h1i1it Friday.
Mi's. Finley of Nladdlens r'ecentf ly
visited hier son,. Mr. l'ercy Fiunle of
tiIs con l mutill y.
Mir. Claud Fuller of \\'atts Mill \ is
Hoed (,old Point Sun1day.
Mlr. Claree ('arrett of Fountain
nit is in Cold Point starting up some
mi achini ter for 'ir. Ilyon Nichols.
i'. John1 Ilunter of Ilarksdale was
in Cold Point this week.
Mi'. I. ". Wleeler and family W(,er(
inl the city S'aturday.
The grouinid slays wet li re and file
farmiers are not doing imu1tch, but talk
ing ''w:a'" and1 the high cost of living.
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* TAViEhR .\ 'i.:N NWi:ys.
rain onitinues tle farmier.; will he
Very hadily bhiniiid.
It s!evems- as if '1ll our. youlng b~oys
and mn aie goin g to have to go to
-7. a of ou 1; r er 1.l <<1 A it..n
The( SChool teachers . .\is:-es .\adte"
Mehitirick and Maary liaz.or, wer'e itn
I.a1ur'enis Satuitrday sloppiing.
Mr'. John illrownhle. of Dials. was
the isitot' of' Mr. W. S. Holt Sun nday.
Ilr. Flow.er.,, the Nveternary surgeon0l
f I .aires, wts ill (Mu cOMiniy
Satni'day on htsiness ;.
r.W \. .\oore. the( farnu demilon
strator. Visited our 'omnnity .Friday
. S. S. ?teoyp er mdy for
this brteakcing out of thle skin, becauso
it acts uponi the blood, cleansing andi
revitalizing it, and removing tihe cause
of infection. It should ho borne in
mind that S. S. S. is purely vegetable
made from native roots, herbs and
barks, and that it contains no habit
forming drugs or other injytrious in
gredients. Obtain a bottle of S. S. S.
from your druggist and if you need
the advice of a physician, write to the
Medical Department, Swift Specific
Co., 301 Swift Building, Atlanta, Ga.'
bNlth each suit made by the Tng
i Amuerleaan Tailor'ing Co., we
i give a $5.00 Safety Rtazor' out
free, this offer expiring Mlay t0.
ine finick, befor'e It Is too late.
;o on Saturdays I have a special
e of $I8.0l0 Suits I will sell for
i.00. TIo get a garpfJient well imadle
I 1o fit you, Qtume to me, Re
ili~ me ofr your "Eo'1 lioth"
.1 l'i1' Hach s.uits in stock.
ways On the Job. H~ere to Stay,
working on the pig club and' WOead
Rev. W. A. Baldwin dined with Mr.
J. M. Sumerel last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Roper gave
their little son, Ryon, and daughter,
KatherIne, an easter egg hunt They
invited a number of little lolks. After
they had played happily f6r a while
they went to the woods and hid the
eggs, five dozen in all. Theti the clil
dien were brought out of the house
to hunt. They hunted ittil all were
fotiid. then they wvent back to the
house where the eggs were pealed and
pit on the table with other' goods
tlhigs. .\bout t wentv-five little folks
enjoyed this event.
Nature ('ures, The lfoeior Takes the
There is anl old saying that "Nature
cures, the doctor takes the fee," but as
everyonei knows you ann help Nature
lery iiiuch and thereby enable It to ef
feet a cure in ich less tline than is
usually required. This is paiticularly
true of colds. Chamberlain's Cough
ltemiiedy relieves the lungs. liquilles the
tough mucis aid aids I i its expectora
tioni, allays tie cough aid aids Nature
I- restoring the system to a healthy
U'NION El-:TING.. *
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The Second and Third Sections of
the I -auriies AssocIation will meet
with 1i1abun C reek clhu11rch on tle 2sti
an11d 29th instalit.. It is earnestly de
si reu that each cliuch ii these divi
I ionls shall be repireselited.,
0: (0 i evotiolnal Service. led by W.
1li::A)--\Vhy Etudy the Ilible? T. If.
0:~>0-When shold We Study tlie
Bible? A. If. Moore.
II: 10--llow Should We Study the
Bible? T. S. Ialngston.
ii::0- -Effeet oil Chiistian laife flolmi
1'rol er Stildy of tle Ilible. .\. .1.
Owinjgs. C. 11. h3obo.
I) llow to Im3press or Churches
that Well Itoulided Worship must
inlcluding. giving. FSamuel If. Teml
4:0-Poss ibilities for 1. \\reb \\holly
Conseccrated, I leIa rt-, I Ieads,
1llandI , anld Po.-ketbooks. .1. It.
William11s, G. 12. lnight,
Hliports from tile Ohu rches Takilig
Stock( as to Spiiitual Conditions.
Il: () --Sinday Sclool.
:'t -Whyli go to Suinday School P.
I I :00--Song Service.
I1:1 S---serlon. .1. it Will iamis or .1.
Tvery member canvass; Why have It
and how? W. P. Thomasol, .r.
The importale of lrayer ill the life
of a Christ'ian. T. 13. 1Brown.
Siome hildranlces to reciving answe's
to prayer. II. HI. Malion.
Omlitih 5ill ve conditiolis to be mIIlet If
prIayers are0 answ5'~eredl. .l. IA.
Not lee ho Nosti of ('on fedenite Veiter
Metmibers of ('amp11 W. ,). Simpson, S.
C.V. arel' herebyi ref(inested to send in1
lhir 3 annual~ Idules by thle lIithI inist
I1.c for th ie State, and1( 50e foir the Glen..
''ra1 lleunion1t. Pl1ease at tendl to t his
a1t on1ce. AlIso, a1 meleting of the camp
is qalledl for' tihithrinst., at the oflee
of 'Simplso,.Cooper & lHabb, at4
o'clock p. mi., to elcit' delegates to the
State Reunloon to lbe held at C!hetser',
S. ('., oin April 25th.
Wi. D. Ferguson, 'Cotmmantder'.
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a''. OLIVE NEWS. *
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Mt. Olive, April 4.-MIss Dolly Cle
land spent the week-end with her sIs
ter Mrs. Toni Davis near Clinton. She
was5 a1companledl by Misses Sarah and
Mr. M. W., 11111 was a v'isitor' at
Mr'. Jloe Cooper sp~ent Saturdlay
ight with his uncle, Mr. E. A. 11111
of Cold Point.
-r fU . f olandI andI Mr. t,. S.
Cooper miotor'ed to the city Saturday.
Mril. anhd Mrs. Jeff Jones visited Mrs.
Jone.s:, brother, Mr. Felton Sims Sun
Mamtlie Sue, tihe little daughter of
Mr. r~nd Mrs. D)oyco 'Dolandl Is some
bette:-. She haa becn recal siek with
RTc .'. J. 0. MartIn went to 6Iloani
Satu. (lay morning to 1111 his regular
appointiments at that place.
Ls::t fail when we wore getting
twenty and twenty-one cents for our
cotton the advice of the people was
"Hold your cotton for twenty-fiye
cents." Now that it has again reach
ed nineteen and twenty Cents,, we
wonder why there are so many bales
missing that you could see a short1
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A B0 U T HOGS
South Carolina had shipped into the State last year,
along with some twenty million dollars of other foods
Bacon : : : : : $10,761,891
Lard : : : : : : 8,302,125
Or a total of $19,064,016 of Hog products. If Lau
rens is an average county, we paid some FOUR HUN
DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS on that hog bill.
It is highly probable that if we do not raise these
two items of food this year we will have
To Do Without Them
next year, or pay prices for them never before heard
of in this country.
What are we going to do about this in Laurens
county? What we do must be done quickly. No
man can raise and fatten-hogs profitably even for his
own table, on corn in a dry lot; neither can he do so
by expecting the hog to rustle for himself on our pas
tures. We must combine the two feeding methods.
For summer and early fall crops, for getting growth
of the hog, we must plant crops such as Rape, Pota
toes, Peas, Peanuts, Sudan Grass, Sorghum, Chufas,
Soy Beans, and Velvet Beans. These to be under
wire, if possible, so hogs can gather. If this is impos
sible, then plant some of these where they can be
gathered day by day and thrown to the hog. Then
comes the corn for the last few weeks of Mr. Pig's life.
This programme, to be carried out,
Must Have Your Attention
We're talking reiow about Hog at Home; and let us
repeat, that's all ut the only log we will see (to say
nothing of tasit ) next winter. The man who has
some to sell neXt~ fall-- well, he'll have to leave home
to keep from be ngorried to death.
Take it from us, LISTEN TO REASON: Give Mr'
Pig some of your best thought, attention and effort
right now, or spend a good part of your time next
winter WISHING YOU HAD.
Peoples Loan & Exchange Bank
Enterprise National Ban
Farmers National Ban
. Palmetto Bank
Laurens National Bank