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Catarrh means inft-nmation.
Inflammatioi is the stagnation
of blood-th rging of the
circulation wh impure blood.
Of course yotA can't be well under
this condition. It means, headaches,
indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs,
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creases the cir.ula ion, invigorates the
system, removes Pe waste matter and
brightens you .
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It Makes Good
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Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
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cannot reach the seat of t.ae disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood qr constltitional disease.
and in order to c are it you tist take in
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Catarrh Curp is not a quack medicine. It
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* DIALS NEWS.
Dials, Sept. 4.-The primary is over,
the political arena is closed until the
12th when the finis will be written.
The resuts of the election in some in
stances was a surprise, as well as keen
(isappointment. Some of our best men
who offered for oilco were defeated.
Consequently there are sore hearts as
well as glad congratulations. But
such is the life of the politician, and
it can be said of most, they went down
in defeat with dignity and honor.
It took no prophet, however, to prog
nosticate the re-election of Sam. J.
Nicholls to congress; not withstanding
his inability to meet the voters, with
one exception, face to face, as his of
Ileial duties delayed him in \\rashIig
ton up1) to the eve of the election. Yet
there was no necessity of his appear
ing before the people. For two years
as well as last year, he stated his
platform on every stump, and his con
gressional record speaks for itself.
'lie fourth district is proud of her
brainy young congessman, and could
harily have done otherwise than send
himit back to congress, despite the inane
campaign dope and hot air spouted by
Though conparatively a young man,
Mr. Nicholls has proved his eilleiency,
and ability to serve all his people and
South Carolina as a whole, as well.
Mrs. Alec McCall has returned fromt
a peasant visit with reatives in Belton
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray of Shiloh,
were the spend-the-day guests of Mr.
Floyd Curry aid family Wednesday.
Mr. and irs. Ilaskell Gray and lit
tle -iaskell, Jr., spent Tuesday night
with Mr. Harris Curry and family.
The Sunday school convention in
cluding every denomination in Laurens
couty, which meets annually, will con
vene at Dials church, Sept. 13th and
1-th. Preparation for the entertain
ment of the delegates are under way
and a1 large dl.egationi is expected.
Prominent Smiday school workers will
be present and will address the meet
ing both days.
Mrs. HI. Y. Silmons, accompalnied by
her little grand-daughters, lt hel Ow
ings anmd Sara larris, visited relitives
in Grt'eenwood last week.
Miss Mlajorie Ropp, of Gray Court,
was tle muest last week of her sister,
Mrs. W. hirooks.
One of the most delightful social
evel's of the past. week was the love
1y affair given Thursday evening by
Misses Mlarie and Mattie Simmons in
honor of their attractive housegiest,
Miss Nelle iipford, of Donalds. The
spaicous home was thrown opei to the
assemibled guests, to whom the tIme
Passed all to soon in progresive con
versation and listening to some es
pelally good musical numbers, ren
dered on the piano by Misses Cecil
OvIngs and Marie Simmons. In the
h1ll and parlor, tables were laid for
two handed rook, which game was en
joyed throughout the evening.
Among those present were, Mr's. .iohn
Simmons, Misses Mlarie and Mattic
Simmnons, Nelle Lipford, E~mma Ilarris,
Cecil Ow:ug;. Sal. ic lir(ownhji, lAautra
I Ielhams, Clara McCall and Messrs.
JTohn Simmons, Ernest, Marvin and
Pierce lharris, George anid Frank Year
gin. David Blrownlee, I. M. Owings,
Charles McCall, Leoni Heilams, Franuk
Curry anud others.
Mr. amid Mrs. Wil lie Iliarris and chil
dren visited Mr. P. M. Hellams and
Miss Clara Campbell was the charm
ig hostess to a large number of her
friends Wednesday evening, when she
entertained with a lawn party. The
occasion was greatly enjoyed by all
Quite a number from here attended
the biox siuppier and lawn party, at
Eden schoolhouse, Friday evening.
.Ju'dging bty the crowvd present it was
a success both socially and In a finan
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble, and younger
people who are weak ,will be strengthened
and enabled to go through the depress
ing heat of summer by taking regularly
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies
and enriches the blood and builds up
the whole system. 50c.
,iU1ST THlE THIINGl FOR D)IARRHOEA
"A bout1 two years ago I had a severe
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over'
a week," writes WV. C. .Jones, Bluford,
N. D). "1 became so weak that I could
not1 stand uplright. A druggist recom
mended Chamber-lain's Colic Cholera
and Ilarrhoea Remiedy. The first dlose
relieved me and within two days I was
as well as ever." Many druggists rec
ommnend this remedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable
LIV ER TROUBlLE.
"am bothered with liver trouble
t wice a year," writes JToe Dlngman,
Webster City, Iowa. "I have pains In
my side andl hack aund an awful sore
ness in my stomach. I heard of Chain
berlain's Tahblets and tried them. By
the time I had used half a bottle o1'
them I was feeling fine and had no
signs nf nnain." Obaiable ever..,y..,..r..
County Stinday School Convention
A large crowd of delegates is expect
ed at the annual Sunday School Con
veition for Laurens county. This con
vention meets at Dials church Septem
ber 13th ad 14th. Following is thc
program for this meeting:
10:00-Song and Prayer Service, by J,
10:15--Welcome Address, by W. C,
10:20-The Convention Keyword, "In
crease," by Dr. D. J. Brimm.
10:15-President's Report and Mes
sage, by Mr. C. B. Owings.
by J. F. Tolbert.
It: 15-Year's Work of ivision Suporin
Secondary-J. L. Gray.
Adult--ev. 1. N. Kennedy.
il:30-"Building up the Sunday School
Through the Forward Step Plan,'
by Miss Agnes Havenel, Field Sec
12:00-"Tho Sunday School Organ
Ized for Service," by Mir. It. D.
Webb, General Secretary,
12:30-Appointment of Committees.
1'irollment of Delegates. Adjourn
ment for Dinner.
1:-5-Song and Prayer Service, by
2:00-"The Teen Age-its Problems
How to Meet Them," by Miss Agnes
2:30-Rteports of District Presidents:
District No. 1-Mir. J. L. Gray,
District No. 2--Dr. D. J. Brimin,
2:50-"Practlcal Ways for Making the
Sunday School Attractive," by
Priof. It. T. Wilson.
3:10--Discussion, by Rev. Mr. Wash
3:25-"The Teacher's Preparation of
the Lesson," by Mr. R. D. Webb.
3:55-"A Practical Standard for the
. Ilementary Division," by Miss
10:00-Song and Prayer Service, by
IRev. W. A. Baldwin.
lt: I- -"Class Organization for Men
and Women," by 1ir. Percy Moore.
10:-1.~. IT lniting the -Sunday school
ai(l the Home Through the Cradle
Itoll and the liome Department,"
by Miss .illwee Davis.
1 I : 1.~i--Questions anid Answers on
"Sunday School Management."
11:30---"A World Wide View of Sun
day School Work," and pledges
talteii, by MIr. R. 1). Webb.
12:00--Adjournment for Dinner.
I: :.-Song and Prayer Service, by W.
2:00-'Ilow to Build Up a Small Sun
day School," by Hev. I. N. Ken
2:30--"The Importance of Prayer in
thie Teacher's Life and WV .," by C.
S: 00--"W~hat I am Taking Home fronm
Th'lis Convention," by everytL .
3. 15--"Our Aims for' the Year," by
H. D., Webb,
31:35- Rieport of Committees. Ad
Notice-The meetIng indicated by
this program is an interdenomnination
al meeting, and every worker in ev
cry whIte Sunday School in Laurent
County is urgently, requested to at
tend. The Laur'ens County Sunda)
School Association is ou:liary to th<
South Carolina Stunday Schooi Asso
ciation, which is a (:0-operative effort
on the part of all denominations t<
improve Sunday School conditions an<
Sunday School workers. It advocatet
the latest 'and best methods of Sunda3
School work and stands only for' thosi
interests that are common to Sunda3
Schools of all denominations, The
lalns and methods suggested by thiE
Association are practicable for al
Sunday Schools, as they do not toucl
on Church doctrines, The work is by
way of suggestion, not by authority
therefore it helps many, it hinderi
none. The object is helpful and broth
erly co-operation, not organic union
The ofilcers of the Association an
leading Christian business men of al
C. 13. Owings, J. F. Tolbert,
County President, County Sec-Trea
CURE FORL CHOLERA MORBUS.
"When our little boy, now sevei
years old, was a baby he was cured o
cholera miorbuis by Chamberlain't
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,'
writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fall
Haven, N. Y. "Since then other mnenm
hers of my family have tused this valu,
able medicine for colIc and b~owel trotu
bios wIth good satisfaction and
gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex
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In addition to other properties, Lax-F'ot
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