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Dials, Aug. 26.-One of the ni1on
beautiful and impressive ceremoniec
that historic Dials church has evei
witnessed took place Sunday after.
noon before a congregation that taxed
the seating capacity, the occasion be
ing the unveiling of a service flag ii
honor of the boys from this church
and community, now in the service o:
A simple but well arranged pro
gram had been prepared and -was sue
cessfully rendered by the young ladies
who participated. The JRev. U9. M.
Harley presided. To the strains of
"Anerica", the large flag bearing six
teen stars, to the mothers heart em
blems of sacrifice and duty, was tin
veiled, the curtain being drawn in ,
graceful manner by little Miss Nell
Varris who has two-uncles in the ser
The speakers for the occasion were
all present. Tile fIrst being tile Rev.
Dave lackwell, of Quincy. Fla., one
whom Dials claims a sher honored son.
who iiade a very enjoyable talk. .lr
Black well was followed by the H1on1. 11.
A. Cooper of Laurens. Mr. Cooper's
address. Which was replote with patri
otism and service was delivered in 10
inimitable manner charged withIi all
the elouence witi whichi he is so
richly endowed. and was grqatly enjoy
ed ) all present.
The honor roll which was read by
the pastor, consists of tle following
youig m11en, eight of whom are over
Ma rvir Roberson, Marvin Arm
sttrong, MarvinI larris, Claud Arm
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
tewires vitality and energy by purifying and ec
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength
eigai, Invigorating Effect. Price 60O.
The public shou
the profits of the p
limited by the Foo
since Nov amber 1, 1S
pose, the business of
is now divided into t
Class 1 includes suc
pork, muuton, o
others that are
per cent of the c,
plus and borrow
to exceed two ar
each dollar of aa
Class 2 includes
fertilizer, and a
mor~e or less as
partments are iti
are not limited.
are restrigted to
Class 3 includes ou
such as those ii
the operation of
class are not lirr
Total profits fc
4, together in 1918
between three an~d
an increased volume~
antee ai reasonable
live stock pdeics ar>
pl::es, becaurse the
not possibly avera
fraction of a cent toc
Since the oronis
are ::unning only abt
dollar of sales, we I
the profits from s<
(Class 2, also limited
ments, (Class 3) to
earnings on capital.
. Swift & Camp
.its business so as to
-Swift & Comi
strong, Converse Henderson, Plumrnor
Henderson, Roy Moon, Leonard Ow
Ings, Will Thomason, Clarence Aber
cromble, Shell Owings, Ernest Hlar
ris, Ernest Henderson, Jim Suittles,
Henry Branilett, 'Connors Satterfield
and Walter McConnell. The last naine,
however, through an oversight was ov
erlooked, Sunday afternoon. It has
been added, however, and the flag
now contains seventeen stars.
l1lisses Eileen Curry and Cecil Ow
ings have returned from Greenwood,
where they were in attendance at the
Bible Institute which was in session
at Lander College.
Private AWill Thomason, ot Camp
.ackson, spent several hours with
Miss Lania Hellams is on an ex
(ended visit in Greenville, where she
Is the guest of Miss Virginia lellamis.
Mr. and Mirs. Robert Hellains, of
Greenville, spent several days with
relatives here and in Laureis last
Mr. D. D. llrownlee had as his week
end guest Mr. Wellie Abercroinbie of
Mrs. Blackwell, who has been spend
ing the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Curry, has returned
from Greenville. where she underwent
a minor operation on the throat re
eently, which was entirely successful.
much to the joy of her many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. S. Bolt and children,
of Ilickory Tavern, were visitors at
the home 4 Mr. D .D. Brownlee Sim
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owings and
children, of i'ounmtain Inn, were S-un
day guests, of Mrs. H1. Y. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. ). . Harris spent
Thu rsday with Mrs. 1. S. IBrooks and
AMr. and Mrs. Arthur Curry. of the
Shiloh commniity, had as their guests
for several days last week, Mr. and
Mis. Willie Harris and childrein of thi'
d understand that
aickers have been
117. For this pur.
Swift & Company
i products as beef,
:s are limited to 9
ipital employed in
ts, (including sur
ed money), or not
d a half cents on
the soap, glue,
sociated with the
Many of these de
es whose profits
P~roflt in this class
15 per cent of the
stock yards, and
packing plants in
r all departments
wifi pr'obably be iI
four per' cent on
of sales, i
d wholes~ale meat
>acker's profit can
ge mnore than a
-pound of product.
on meat (Cas) 1) i
>ut 2 cents on each
Lave to depend on
>ap, glue, fertilizer I
) and other depart
any is conducting
come within these
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O-kville, Aug. 26.-Misses Jennie
and Clara Owings have returned from
a pleasant visit to relatives and friends
in Shiloh community.
Miss Phenia Latimer has been visit
ing in Narnie community recently.
Our efficelnt rural policeman, Mr. .A.
1. Boyd, made a business trip to Green
wood, Anderson, Abbeville Friday.
Mr. and Mis. .l. E. McDaniel, Jr.,
spent Friday with the latter's parents
Mr. W. F. MIcDaniel ' has returned
from a visit to his brother, 'Dr. Wyatt
MoDianiel in Greenville.
Mr. S. E0. Williams made a business
trip to Columbia, Greenville and other
.\ir. 13. Brown spent Tuesday night
with Mir. Carlos loyd.
Miss Daisy Hiipp is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. L. 1'. Cilbertsoni, this week.
Misses Azile and Nora Belle Boyd
have refIurned from a pleasant visit to
their friends, .\Misses Ilarriette and Lee
Watson, of 1..attri'ens.
Private Ryland Ciibertson, of Camp
.Jackson, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with frien(is and homefolks.
lisses Jennie and 1lara Owings
spelnt 'I'llesdlay alternoon w'ithi Mlisses
Ienora and Rebecca .\Ieianaiel.
Mliss \'ivian .\boDaiiel is spending
a while with her sister, Mrs. W. .l.
\lyers of .\usgrovo.
.\If. Jolin ltapley Owoigs has been
visi ling hil; couisin. Mr. Ilonston Ow
Messrs. Ellerbe .\leDaniel and Chair
Ile Kesler, of this coninuily, are ex
pet iag to leave for trainin. camp
.liss .\zile lhoyd anad sisters spen t
Sau d y afternoon wit.\l Mrs. :\I. 14.
.!i-ses Is"n'ora nd lz i ebea M.\Dana
ivl att ': i.-d srvices at New l'rospect
.\lr. ::nd ]is. Y. lBoyd spoilt Satiur
'l:'- iia:ht1 wilh their daughier, irs. W.
I'. Jones, near. Ware Shoals.
NEW 1O3.i AN.
'All of oir lst doclors had given
m uip. I was unable to leave Imly bed
for 14 w eek;s and wV'as yellow as a
pinnupkinl, beside.; the terrible, stomach
painas I suffered. Our druggist advised
miy husbiad to try Uayr's Woiderful
emoedy and it has saved my life. I
ami1 a new woman now," It is a sim
pit, hamess prepariition. that re
inoves thbe' catar'i'hal iluelis from tH'
in i n i':;liial tra11ct anid allays the inlami
mation which cauises practieally
-mmuich. liver anid intesthia ailmentfls,
inele1ding aped-ii.One do.e will
cion)vin1ce or inellay refunided. Laureins
C o e e e e e oeeoe e eoe e e
* WCTlL0 ES
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Waterloo. Auu. 2.--.\r. and .\lrs.
Carl Profiti, of GreenIwood, spent thep
week-endr ini W~ater'loo.
.\lr. andI .\i rs. J1. ('. Smnit h wre guests
of fiends in (Green aviille, t hi week.
AlIss Mlinnie iPenneli, of Lowndes
v'ilie, is isiting Dri. and .\iis. J1. L. eni
nel th is Week.
Prof. andt .\irs. .1. Ii. Sheeley, of
Ninety Six, areC visiting .\lr's. Sheeley's
fathlera, .\lv. lienry Wh'ariton.
i. anad .\is. Gorige Andierscn, .\ir.
anad .\lis. Prted (Calbeit son anad M\ir. W.
II. ('ulber'tson are atI home from a
week's stay at ilendersonville.
.. T'. Garrett, of Grieenw~ood, spent
.Ahonday in~ town'i on buisine'ss.
The many fr'iends of .\ir. .1. lir'na rd
Iic'eieson of W~at erloo, and M\iss Ehliz.
ICCtotes'(I d t lar oi cf thiir amarria g
whi ihl took plae 'iTuesday eveninug,
Auiiis! :3th in Ca(lintn.
Tihe' marr 'iia-.s eemonyv was per
for d biiciiy e';. .\ r. Stokes of thi" FirstI
l ove'l ' youn~g v' iiman. .\lri. Ii l (e.uon
has l ivedl in W\ate'rlo al! is !!f'- andi
n umbers hiis friend s by~ ithe sooic. .lmr
hoiiie in W~ateriloo.
LEMONS MAKE SKIN
WH-ITE, SOFT, CLEA R
.imake this henty lotion for a few 'eiits
What gir ii ri womanll hasni't heardn of
lemon juiice to iremnove complexion
blemishes; to whiten the skhti and to
bring out the roses,, fhe freshness and
the hidden ~eautyf But lemon juice
alone is aci( , theteforeo irritating, and
should be iix 9t1 with orchiard( white
this way. rt iln thr'ough a fine eloth
the juice oI (wvo fresh lemons into a
bottle cont ning about throe ounces
o'f orcehaird white, then shake well and
you have a whole quarter pint of skin
and complexion lotIon at about the
cost one usually pays for a small jar
of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to
strain the lemon juic- so no0 pulp gets
Into the bottle, then this lotion will re
main pure and fresh for' months. When
ap~plied daily to the face, neck, arms
and hands It should help to bleach
clear, smoothen and beautify the skin.
Any druggist will suipply three ounc
en of orchard white at very little cost
and the gtrocer hn'e the lemons,
By an overwhelming majority the public
has decided that 'Minter Company's line of
Silk Dresses, Coats, Coat Suits and Milli
nery is the best we have ever shown.
You are cordially invited to see these
new garments as they arrive.
No Formal. Opening
Everythipg On Sale As It Arrives.
Laurens, S. C.
We ave just installed a new
stora battery charging outfit
of e latest type and are .fully,
erauipped to care for your bat
The Price for Charging is $1.00
We carry in stock a complete line of first
class batteries at reasonable prices for all
makes of cars. Our battery proposition
appeals to all battery owners. We shall
be pleased to explain it to you.
Waidrop 's Garage
Laurens. S. C. Phone 334