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* DIALS NEWS.
Dials, June 30.--Therc has been a
scareity of real news inl this "nteck of
the woods" for the last week or two,
nothing of speCial noto having hap
ltened, nor social affairs to be chronl
i -. wilh even a seemingly "lay ol"
wt tilt visitinu. anld being visited. Was
it any.' wOnLd'rt' iter was a deartii of
nl\v- Yet notlwitlhstta ing, Dials is
\ !. , ! hk! alive :uild :1tillI la ys c 1. lai
tIo i e n onl the ina,1.
nittrlt'tittiellt slowers of ra ini
Sthirughout this section last
.t;Causl~ed, accordin:: to the
nit untPr(ecedented growth of
1 a a coneqetece the farin
xlmrt''ten in to little troule
im Iitlin 1te arel n emflvtiy
reen". as w\eil as being
hii with all other work
--21 ' to a su crossful (rop yield.
-l dh Curry, of the Vanderbilt
n \ ftaculty, Nashvill, Tenn.,
:1n l ilat :hihom of his pa ts'(tIt;. Mir.
u I .t.' . . Curry where het, will
.\Ir. . 1 I ant .i 1 spartathti rg.
. u n atzitor itt omt I ito41A
\ik - ('ecil ( lw .lu h ving. beenl I*
. o rinlcipail of Dials, schlool. is
.laint, - Uminer .school nlow inl
S:n: \\':nlthro!) Colhe-'. Shle was
a 4 o mpanied by Ali.:. Nannio Caip
tl , w r. i t : ) :v ' . -41 1 ; i lt , 1),
e al .t I1 1nah1 ' up fol tini1 lost on
Ii .t drin the 1 t - li
P. I rook.- . . I o I lh ,
el n of : e aii ' t 't* tin r44 ol.
c w, i 'I 1 aI t t [f hi n it r,
IH P4 I 4 i i4 it0h r
n br od tha .\!r.
IIt re trn t111 o a :. er ;4 at
r .' o I n41 f it hv
P. o I "o~il t I it111:1 i .: 11 .1 on .v
im' a4 ainId her -i t I r ! iha 11y, and(I
h();,- miany :11nr su1ch days are I n
Cardut, the woman's
- tonic, helped Mrs. WVii
liam Eversole, of Hiazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
she writes: "I had a
of nmy health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness, %
. . . and the pains wero
very severe. A friend M
told me Ilhad tried every
tiung else why not
Cardul?. . I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me . .. fter 12 bottles,
I am str ng and well."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz- e
zy, worn-out? Is your E
lack of good health caused
from any of the com-iM
plaints so common to M
women? Then why not M
give Cardul a trial? ItVM
should Eurely do for you
what It has done for so
many thious~ands of oilher
women who sdlifered-it
should help you back to .
Ask some lady frIend
who has taken Cardul.
She will tell you, how It
helped her. Try Cardul.
store for her, on Wednesday, June the
25th. Despite the inclemency of the
weather, 'the sons and daughters, with
the exception of Mr. and Mrs. H. Z.
Nabors, of Columbia. A number of the
gianidchildren, great-grandchildren to
gether with other relatives an11d invit
ed friends gathered at the old home
sIead" of the lioiloreo to Celebrate the
day il .i Itting man ner worthy of the
occasioln. The pieni dilner was serv
i.d as uslial otn the lawn and the day
Vas (luitte a sitcess ill evr' Way.
.\l.. Clauid Armstrong, who has been
ni i'aice alinost a year with the SIst
D)ivizioni. was dischatirtgetd froil Cini1t
Aakson last Vek and is,; low at the
hoilie of his pateits. Mlr. and Ms. .las.
\ imstirong. Nir. Arinstronig is lookitng
wel.l deOSpite h;Is- over-seas experienlce
an1l his maniy fritiils are glad to wel
onne hiff honie agaMin.
\lrs. Win. )avis aid attractive little
d'ul[g liter. Mary Catharine and the
baby, hav tel turned to their hontle inl
Greeiville, aflter enjoying ilte w'ek -
end1( with .\Ifr. and .\rs. Hiarris Cuirry.
The liev. 111ooks- Ilreache'd hern.un
dayv afternlointl by appointmtlvl. While
tih- congregat ion was not so large, it
na: a ver-y Ij q)wroeciative oile. tlie pas
IossWron heing Full of force and(
denoting mitit thoight.
.\Mr. :1d Mrs. Eie.tst Arinstrong ati1l
\lr. auld 'Mrs. David l'e ln. all of
11n1ai ,wKr th 1p en d-th4-1.y
00:13 of \l. a d Alls. ilink C lirry
, 4**.. S* * * * 9 *. * 9 * *e
MA.IMlEN N llS.
.\adden, June11 :,i. The v cn iue
rain for; ihe pasi n days have O Iut1
fa m rsbhinld with ati w rklln
with h t sun linev for \v fw day till,
iat h flourished li!. the
hay1 ird ring the rain, will
;1 , h-r11. ilm. il !; hoc",
\li. WX I WalIkir ail dauitghlrtis. .l.
enjo1,-d by l kiL especiall . "on by .lt
.\lti. .\lay .\Pdd en has not een so
we:tll ftor the paist few tdays, bitt. hiopes
to lbt' til soon.
' jle .liii tt1' er still coillinues on
itm sik list. tough lie is iiiriov'inW.
IIt altrs S inlay aft ieil wt\r
.\ir. anti .ls. .. iriaik .\artini, .i.
atin \lr s. hrkett Davenport, 1'. L.
1n (',. I . gli l y. itoglA. anfod an
-an d ihae lii woilil ir vi n ow r
lt.;0 Illi .A. 104111-c als noted
dreni, of lHeitdville, we'ire the' guests
Sul:y of thtr relatIves. ir. adl
.\ 1. Cogginis.
S 1tuiy' ao t Stina with \rii'. aOil
010t sthi lie week- dilto wih Ii l iss Nell
Ik a as a .iilly tfinii y II;riy ir'
.\Ira. Ta1d .\ 1.re w lr artediin \ -.
Itr was greatly3 "injtoyedt. Thel gii'sts5
weel.and .\rs. Waltctt IM er .\moore and1'
SI .. W., .\lis. a .\oor'e and aliss
lss. .\l. and i.l s. I,. . .Moohr , .\ir.
1 oor'e. ete oasion was made iloi
bIly entjolyablde by t he pr'esee ''Of
.ier aind . I , cihe brotlieirs fi'o1i
W.'.- wee glad to shake hads with
onilt of out' girls, .\iss Ituith Iitrown'.
whoit has beetn .1 each ing for' Ithe past
three yearis in thle graided school s of
('oliinhia. Slie wrihlie (conntiedtii withI
the ('ily schools of Spar'tanhnr'g inext.
hats hunigj, his shingle (lit ill that en-i
' rpi'is inv' City3. We triutst ihat fori
biuirg wrill indeed priov'e to lie Ithe ('ity
Ia' aid' .\h r. .1. I). Ttrysonl, .\l iss
.\ialli ii ue Wofford.t m l liss Etl let t orn
nirehmIan .lt'. .'. .\.tW(fford at-5
itended arll(i a ostd -yeveratlin ies iont
oft thad Dea-lit'tn metiing at thwe
Foi: t litit 'l hu('lreh of f('tnur iftnli
'.li\fliotuin hams and .\as. we fford
werte htiutests of hilan thern of 0th 1'
ro.in W. It d.li iiie huIli. Pwer,
Wohey t'sed he elctolorte hai'rist
fttoud tha lOHat wteclrdsceyo ethe'
Thurs day, This Week
TO OUR PATRONS
I think that the two pictures that we are
hdvertising on this page are two REAL like
able pictures and should be seen by everyone
in Laurens. Come to the Opera [louse
TIhursday and Friday and see if I am not
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o FRIDAY, THIS WEEK*
Ii pns of CEL DE MLE A Tie Icu of War
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Wcelebatose thisbi houtho-Ply.b feigorptrn n fte
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