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' Christian Ende
Tihe only great religious gathering
to le held in the South this soumner is
the Second All-South Christian En
deavor Convention to meet in the See
oncd Presbyterian Church, AleivIis,
Tenn., .July 11-14.
Tie presiding ofileer of ihis conven
fion will be Lieu I. iJunan Bt. Curry,
1'. S. Army, chairman (of the All-South
C. +:. Comitiftee, and a feature o' the
coniveintion will he the IClirt of Soui t
ern1 States Secretary Karl Lehmann
of 'hattanooga showing that in the
campaign to organize 1,000 new Chris
tian Endeavor societies in five ye:'
in the South, more than 2,000 new -
cleties have been added and more tC
100,000 new members added to
ranks in three years. In. other wo.
a lve year goal has been more than
doubled in less than three years. Te
Christian Endeavor society at work In
-7 differlent denominations, is one of
the great forces for good and right
cousiess here Ill the Soithern States:
Satuiday night, .luly 1., there will
be a great C. E. Camp F;1ire pregram01,
when inessagCs from tie rotOhern C.
E. lc-.ders who are itow In Fraice and
with our coun1 try's forces ill e tralin
Ing caipns at home, will ho read and a
service flag, showing liiat '20.000 Souti
eri CIi ristmnail Etndeavore-s arc %:lth
the colors, W b he dede il..! an uiln
Arthur . Whitney of New York, see
retary of the 'nite( Comititte on WaI
TIemperance activities, will deliver
one of the inspiring a(ddress's of the
convention and tell of the great work
The co'.entioi music will he led
by It. A. Walker of Iadialapolis, field
secretary of the Indi-ina C. 1.. Union,
and the convercion planist w'll be
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Dials, line 17.-The members of the
W. F. Al. society eljoyed a very pleas
alt social, as well as business ileet
lng at the Parsolage Saturday after
110011, Junie 1st. The president, Mrs.
C. f. Harley being the hostess. An
interesting prograll wa s fl arangtd for
the enjoyment of the gutests, especial
ly of m11uch1 interest was the paper pre
Pared and read by .\lr. .1. A. Cirry on
".The Ox In tile Ditch".
At tile conluisioll of the social hour
Ti. WELL D
always commands favc
Whether your taiste
or more conservative s
'ate the complete seleet
Clothes that await you
-Sound values every o
guarantee assuring c<
you will be making a y
purchase one of our Cu
J. C. Burns
No. 1 Store 210 i
No. 2 Store Nort
worers to Meet|
( Ir t 1it . -us of Re ti rsd n
of t e leorgia C. 10, Uion,
States C. E. lan1utet.
A great Chrstin Endeavor States
C. P". banlhtle' wi!l be held oil Friday
evening, Julv 12. Wiie tine delegati on
will sit by states, give their state
songs, state yells and boost their state.
Thit seies of toasts will be to "Our
Country". "Ou r* President", "Our Vis
iting 'rieditI", and a to-ni to each of
Ilhe t welve Southern States4.
SaIirday .:enig, July 1;. - Irie
of siro'' m et1.1 will Ie held by the
.:1rc .00 state .egatiolns just pre
ding h. paride to the convent 'on
chu rlii for the evening prograin,
.UinOnt the great anti fatnous speak
Prt to address5 the convention are: ir.
I' ren is 1:. ('lak ioston , Mtass.. pres
ident11 of the(. World's C. E0. Union; ..
Canitbell White, seretary of the Lay
nicn's .\Miss liarylovemien t: Dr. 1g
he:-t W. S:nith, Nashville, Tenn.; Wni.
M. Daniller. Boston. Secretary World's
.\ission to tiht, Lupers: F". 1. Gfates,
field se'evltary illinois C. '. Union;
Aliss (race H looper of Nebra ska, na
Hnial sup'rilitetdlentt of .110unior C. -.:
Jan sDt'orest. .\lureb,. Cincinnat i, 0.;
Dr. . 11 Cury, lin his: Dr. u hS.
lAcford. P ssouri: Ir. TI'. .\shb nI.
D-4l1yebug, Tennl.; Dr. .1:nniesLwi
lIowe', ILexington, Va.: 1r. GII hibert
Glass;. 1tichmlold, \'a.; Dr. iloniier Car'
penter, ltichionid. Ky.: Dr. W. .
G"anleid, Danville. Ky., and manly othl
The IT.'.,i-strat ion tee for th'1ie C' ?eii
tion, 'vhiel cover" cot o. of rOgraill,
badge and Convention privilelges, is
$1.00. A (opy of the program can be
had aid registrationis sent to tile Dixio
indeavorer, 5 Ferger Bldg., Chatta
delicilos creamu and Sunshine Biscuits
were served in an attractive manner,
by little Miss Eugenia 1larley and
.\iUater John Alvin Curry.
\lisses Dora and Virginia ielliams,
reient attractive visitor of Aliss Laura
I lellams, have retirned to their home
.111. John1 Hopp of Gray Court spelt
la*;t week wih I.\lr. l .W. Brooks, as
sisti1g Mr. I1rooks onl his wheat
Miss w Curry had as her spend
le-day gu est la'st Sunday Miss Cecil
I'ie all-day sinuinni held in the
:alls for the smartest
byles, you will appreci
ion of handsome Curlee
r inspection here.
ne of them---the Ourlee
rise investment if you
Vest Laurens St.
h siW of Sqare.
courtl house at Laurens on last Sun
day attracted (Ittite a number of ou1r
ieople, a PI goodly iimboerl m11tiotoring
(lOWni for Ile afternoon session.
Afte' tilltti ng to a siccessful1 close
A tieeting inl the lower parl of ithe
state, singing evalgel1ist l1ter C'itr iry
accompanied by Iis son Gralaim, who
has been attending wchool in Ashteville,
N. C., spent Sunday iland .\onday Wlit
.Nir. ".am1 Curry and family enrloulte to
1helr homie in Saloml Spintgs. \rkan
Prot. 'Iyde Citrry of Vandolerbilt l'ni
versity, NAiville. Tei.. is speini!
tlhe suttmer vactlion witlh his t'a't'nis
Mlr. and .\rs. \V. C. CurryI.Y
Alisses Ceell Owings and pileenl Ciur
ry left Monday for Rock 11111 where
they will be inl atteldance at the sumit
mer' school at Wini Ithrop college.
'All's. 1. S. B rooks has returned from
a visit of several days witI her daugh
eter .rs. It. A. Stillivan ' of Laitrens.
.\lr. .10oe Irowilee and .\lissgas 'altnIc
and Sallie Irownllee Were bisiness
visitors inli Fo"ttain Il Monday.
liss Clara Camipbell is spenditng
Some timle inl Li-ens where !,he( Is fill
gttest of orelat ivos.
Prof. U. IV. Itrooks, who laught inl
'ho Calisle litling school, Ihitam1berg,
lie past session, is t iteturled to this
place wh.cte tiot of his vatation wIll
h11vmi with hlis mlotheor.
T! isic issi' and 1:l1a Nash anid Eva
\hlowoell of liountain itn we re wteek
andvisorsof rehitlive-s here.
.\lr. .larvi lai is, a nie ib ' of the
hm-pital tlnit at the niavy vat d inl
'hiari.(ont, is slendinig a six days'
1 rough with his patents .\Mr. and .lrs.
I . ). I harris.
The itimbtrs of the lied Cross
Branch at this placte are urgently re
( (itested to he present at tie meeting
Siltt(trdy afternootn. The honur' Is I
o'clock sharp. A full attendance is
desired as butsitess of imit portance will
A dleah lat caused profound sor
row thrIi otiglhout. this cotimuntity was
that of Mir. Arthur IIarris which oc
enutrred in the Steedly Hospital at Spar
tanburg lPridav night about 1t) o'clock.
Mr. larris had been Ill for about six
iotitlis. four of which had been spent
il In le Steedly Ilospital, where evry
ting Ihat could be dotne to alleviate
lis stlffcrinag was done. lPriday after
ltooni inl an effort to prolong his life
ihe last cliaice was t'sorted to, an op
tration being ieroimted. Death t how
t*'er followei a iew hours latier.
The bIody, accompanied by his wife,
.,Iho has beeti a faithftil attendant at
his bedside throtlthout his etilie ill
neoss, his parents .\l-. and .\rs. 1). 1).
larris and \t-r. Pierce Harris arrivel
here early Satirday morning. Inter
inent took place in the Cemetery at
Dials at. .1 o'clock, the IRev. G. II. lIar
ley codneiting the services.
.\lr. I arris was a colnsistent meibcrm
of Dials .\Methodist church. Tl
mound was covered Wiith many beau.
tiful flow 'ers attesting tile high es
teei itt which the deceasf-d was held
''lhe decastd Is strvived by Ihis wif(
who leforie lie marria1timge was .\Miss Eva
iiotli folu i b hi tes andt on stis tr.
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Te tinion meet ing oif t he 2ndh and
tioni wIll lie bel with the 1"irst Itp.
list churtchl of h,autrtns Satturduay and~
Suntday, .Junte 29th and :th~ I.
10:00it A. .levot ion al Setrvice. (.
10 : 24)-Organlzat ion.
It0:3:0---Iepor't. fr'otm(it hrelies.
11 :00-Dilscutss Ilatke 1(0:88-85 in Its
r'elationt to lIed ('ross work1. Ge'so.
I Iotkinis, W. P'. Th'lomasont.
12:00~-Dilscutss .\at tIt-w 22:21 in its
beating otn a tian's diuty to the
gov'ernmtientt and to the sprteaidintg
of the Gospuel. S. II. jTutmplcitant
11. I). lloyd.
12 :I-i--Recess for' dinnter.
2:00- Is the ('ause of' thte tpresent high
(ost of Iilving rea Io(r inprhoopi
cal? (. I,. Kiinght. C. II. Itpet'.
S: 00 ---Sea son of lprayer itot thle (Oti
vet'siont of ottrt sold iers ir. ihe arimy
an tt h Ile Mtu('ess otf Atmtei ia andi
het' allies itn the great cotnflict ofi
8: 0---.\liseellanteouis atnel adtjournmen'tt.
It :00 A.Sp--4eial . tmont. Speakert
to lie selected.
The QuinIne That Does Not Affect the Head
Biecaluse of its tonic anid Iaxattive effect. tAX A.
Quiniane and does not cnas" terousnaess not
rhigtgt In hend. R#eember the full name andt
look for the signature of E. 'V. GROVE. .30c.
Nitrate of Soda' Coinig.
Mr. J. D. Sullivan, who has charge
of (list i bution of govelnimen t. nitrate
o'' soda, has receive.I notice that tI4
tons (I the soda has h':r n allote] [o
ivw'. dia% shiliment~l lo this v~nunty aa
that anlother shiipment is to follo-;; imn
inediaely. Of the first sipnat' 7I'
toils have beien allotedt to La:ten, '.
to ('iInton anld I I to Ia t iale bta
tionl. The other towns. Oli. Hroslill
and( AIotli 01 yle, wvill be Included 11)
;N, -cu'(oild i lpilteflt. 'Illt f I-- , II
y. si~~~ltcs !L lit, 1a
4.- c;o c v'cry pOI)pct~ve puIIrchaser
hil.,., to l kup is "en ! Opeif, I u
thosc who( h.cyr fin'cial W.~n~:~
i, v(s ill order to avoid delay. id.
t rals uzher tiIa( ti iv rs manOth
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