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KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACKWHITE,
TAN, DARK BROWN OR OX-BLOOD SHOES.
PRESERVE THE LEATHER.
Tme. F.F.DALLW iFCORPORhTIOMS. IMI1Ilu -R PAMO
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You Can't Eat Meat
100 Miles Away
Preparing meat is only a part
of Swift & Company's usefulness.
The finest meat in the world
wouldn't do you any good one
hundred miles away from your
Swift & Company efficiency has made
it possible to place complete lines of
products in the smallest and most remote
To be sure th work i* d e well
Swift & Compa , throug its branch
houses and car r utes, b ' gs the meat to
the retail dealer or u.
Swift & Company lays out car routes
covering towns-big, little, medium size
-which are not served by a Swift
Salesmen find out in advance what is
wanted by the dealers in every town.
They are followed by refrigerator cars
loaded with retailers' orders, which are
delivered at each town-fresh, clean, and
sweet-once or twice each week.
Swift & Company operates a large
number of car routes like this, from four
teen distributing plants.
This is a necessary and natural part
of the packers' usefulness. It fits into
the industry in an orderly, effective way.
It makes better meat cheaper from one
end of the land to the other.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Palmetto Pressing Club
Good work ro~-mpt delivery
Guarantee .( Give me a trial.
C. CARROLL SMITH,
Over Shell's Grocery Store
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W .\ l INVIEW SHOWS BI G I E
Ieview Pletire Thli Week Shows
Areitns ni ('laiteau-T'ierry.
It will be of interest to the people
of Lau rt'is to know Mhat 'I'liu rsday of
tilis week when the "Allies' Ollicial
War l(lview" is llashed on the screen
at ilit Opera louse, that actual selines
of the big drive at Cliateau-Thierry,
where the Ainericans turned defeat in
to victory, will be (lie predominating
featire. 'his war news reel is issued
by the resp'eltive govern nels of tilt
allies and Is absolutely authentic in
every respect, and this week these
seles froit Ile "big drive", will add
iluore thal t illusual in terest, for tile
Americans in aclion "over there" is
what is vital to all of, its now.
in a Ihiiolin to the "Allied Olivial
War ibl-view", lt' 191I version of "A
Pool ete Was", featitring 'T'leda
Ihara, will Il shown, making a pro
irain for Iihe day of iuoeiit than istia!
inerit. The prices of, admtission will
hwe ilor'm chibiteni andl 20c for iflitits.
A CHIILD HATES O1l.,
CALOMEL, PILS FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
(ite "Caliorinia S3p1-1 of -lFs" If
41r0Na s sick, fl-14.rihms cons~il:maed,
~o-k h:.I(; ;it * vmlr chihihood days.
11.n .n ih :-l -dose"v nauhier insisled
' si' s k il, cab lilt 'l. ctI 1 'rI el .
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m it : Ia 1:1 4 la tj ii0 liii' wl
Pcih hckir( n I h r
: a h 1- letr of a iie c inX% i : ii
i: aaI iis a 14ain liY-rii e-I:e Tio t o li-r
Iji l ta-i' :il Ho nir It x iia.i
liindl lv a't'lltlo iianitt hadt o lo :,
ti!ori oflni a l. rlt staton, (aalitl .\
exaufk. o inli arkei io iil s .atu:
.lvIrti or -in a it iill 1i1.rin ;n Wt'filt i t,
of: Mia. 'u\s'osareodb h
pole on th lch rg I of' et!Ibist tail
oi it i lm iui' ain ' wer s t'd b l i n
iT'in ntil. I i i s aniid' liiilin
the04 '4':':b I 'i iii n IilEid t 1)v il .tl (l-d
.:,e i P 0oic :u i in ui ii e
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* CROSS HILL NEWS. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * La1
Cross 11111, Sept. 23.-The death of til
Wmn. M. Miller last Monday night re- tini
moves from our mldst one of the older, bit
substantial, and useful eltizens of our d
town. A little itiore than seventy-two in
yea's ago he was born at this place -
and has lived here all his life except
the short while he was i the Confed
(rale service. .Just after the war he
was married to Miss Lydie .\nddel, of
.laddens who, toget her with six chil
dren, survive him. After serving him
self in the Cont'e'erate war, .\Mr. Aliller
lived to see one of his sons enter
lie World War. Should he have lived
a few liolthis longer he iht. have
een' t moe of his boys elter Ile sainte
.-rvict. TIlesday aflerinoon al Iiherty
rinuigs 'resbyirian Chur'chi. of which
lhe deceased had been a Imeiher and
Hder. a layrge aselllilagc of relaives
ani(d frieids witnlessed th le birial ser- el
vices, condcIited by ')r. (-veti, of
,I('iVI)noi and RcV. S(uliies, of hAiti
it'll'i,-.t II - ,-- l
\rAl . I'llo hi I l'lisu n rilti datigl it r
1 .1 F Ioridle G)(ddard*4, Spent tI wo day s
n ('(hIIi i la st \v wveek. .\ r. l'inson
a t ilw- pleasure ' 1' lif ariLg a lectlre
vy p.,ie SIn' 1 th.
\i-I .l a ie irysii and it ydlv
r: rI r 'Iwred a busined.ss col
i I l :a i n - . l
."4 Neil 1iiM 1(.f: TuesdayI filr liarts-1
1,1c! C(ol Uo 111:1.1. Al )11v
Ielo i et'e ( 'ok''r (-lbigi'. .\lisse's
i n d I-:'isev Nance awid Ci (Aile
l 1.-41 hol alrady nonv to (;reole
lie in en . W. C'.. h n 0 Misr. lIc Iln
lill h i'l to W in iri 'b'.
RO'\. I-:. .\. Wiullr 1 of.b at l p n
dn l 1 ni ht in, to l f fien, i
a t'Id Iraevr sV\is ond I m ad
very% 1111restinlg and lint -y talk. .\
illeri. will )e:ive tlisi w k aor f is .
(lie ' to e il le his stdie in 1he S(ni
. a SuI lay school coInrIlcI l it 1
N'(terian141 'u'h Tiir rday
us I),avis, of iau4rens dc -
a tiltlely address fins the im
inee of inet.aa i'lian;t tol
I usei'ii(R' 1 %t a war 1ifui.
Tim asneal :l :,ry h 1ar11 of Ih
-s has ld a13 liCeti tle eay vaturday c
!I i'::ad d io. I' in ay (d'pa
si is troies ror wme h as; soOn
(( t n st n v.t ; r'a thi comiillt -
I' 'v. A I reg ,IstIrant Is wi i d i i
'i ton - day in th weekt
he Miank of ('ro :s 1111.
!r. W. E. (ri*V :a d fa Il I I y lu c
. ' :t rer. thI- h;)e~ :'r 1.1 the 11
he|i .\ut' hou*I 1(e;. .\M
: ll ( O f ii.- (iMi ry, will A vWilpy
h lust I hat \.wan t by ll lI ( rillin .
h- wil tlto)% faily i r It I . s
No IIIce to) Tealchers.
The ne(xt reglarlechers' examlinla
.ion w il bIe held t a 11 0r I u .iti
to bniP.e 0-atu! t.f (itobA r 'it 5t. The t's
tianiotr. wil e xa't'igld on A'tlgebr ta,
\rclis V('- vei tnlehi Wegapy l'ha
sI tlo(gy.5 l'ag y. 'listoryiii Sgittt
ture.al ' iil's and i P14 (' ire 1.1 ents5. One
he(I Ia' was y lewo'ds' ' yaia maln o liish
1 i's. .Jessiticale il I e g ve n.11t' t
atid 1 i'.and t1. ofe tisCeition.I
Foi r 1( a:1 11(k1Stomnih
Ti'.tIhe t relief affrdi SOl (Cham-ol
brli's oTl t n a m ttue sik I oftls cas--h
esha afulIly ul proet'te grat.( alie at
('ti' preartiony for awCek gltomach ee
and aimpairs dierton Inimay, ofaMt
Past wufere he bencompedte
ly retore to halth
osts of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wofford,
New PrI'ospect Is to entertain the
uirens 'Couity Daptist1 Association
Ist and 2nd of October. We are go
to enterIlln the delegates all right
t we want to (10 so by letting our
iners reflect the spirit of the times.
this hour of national erisis, with
Calomel Today! S
I Guarantee D
Don't take nasty, danger
'constipa 1, headac
Calom1el alivates it's mercur
domnel 0acks like dynan ' a
iggish liver. W c , omel comes
Lo contact with sour bile it crashes
to it,causing eruniping aldI nausea.
If you feel biliouis, headnehy, con
pated and : all nocked out, just go
your druiggist and get a bol tle of
)dson's Iv AVT r.l1one0 for a few cents
6ich is a harmless vegetable sub
tute for dangerous calomei. Take
spoonful and if it doesn't starL
L 17,1A AE ye fesuive
That's the ki
any other coffee,
and your grocer
EOF t Got in line wi
e Cdrink Luzianne
"When It Pours,
Notin esereal 1
our 'brave ariny In France facing a
long and bloody siege, It ill behooves
a religious body to expect a feast.
That is out of keeping of the day and
the hour. All come and worship with
us. Bring a basket of good substan
tial eatables but don't anybody bring
an iced cake-if you (10 It will be at
odson's Liver- Tone
)IS calomel when bilious,
hy. Listen to inc -
your liver and straighten you lip
better and quicker thant nasty calo
itiel and without Inakiig you sick,
you just go back and geol your money.
Jf you .take ealoiel today you'll be
siek and nausealed toiorrow; be
sides, it may salivale you, while if
you take Dodsonl'st Liver ''onle you
will wake up1) felling great, full of
umbitionl and ready for work or
)laY. It is harmless, pleasant and
Safe to give to children ; they like it.
r Goode Coffee
id fellows of long ago gathered about
board for a snack and a smack, they
coffee be ye very best in ye land.
nd you get today when you drink
try it. If it doesn't taste better than
you've got a real "kick"coming to you,
will refund every penny you paid for it.
th the thousands of good people who
regularly. Buy some today, in the
nzatters until we do!