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* DIALS NEWS.
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Dials, April 19.-The first quarterly
meeting for the year convened at Dials
church Saturday, April the 10th. Pre
siding E'ider Stealman, of Greenville,
was present and delivered an eloquent
and forceful sermon to a fairly large
C(ongregation. At noon a :>ienic (inner,
Consisting of inany good things that
Mould deli;:ht an epicureau was
Served oil tie. romn. .\I houlr of the
afternoon was (evoted to the business
session, (urilLng which1 delegates from
the other churches gav rePortS.
which show that the charme is forginsg
ahead, both in a spiritual ani financial
VWay; after which the mein adjouimirn
ed Wit i :h election of Triinity church11'0
asth n ': meetini pl.. nt t
.l t. :r : l l ,
here. Thi b in M .\,Z. PIhillis fir s
%.isiP_ to .. .- -:W it ,':- e "'vIma"
rian ' ..'D - il 'n
'"eli 'I ' w~ . : '': lii r fi :- mat. ,'
Pr f. ( '. F I itooks r i e-l tto d 1
tih ti 1 l'1 -l ut. I 'r a .: ' vi hwit h
his on'lt-l . \: '. ! . ab .
.\: cP : . \ o . ittwa ty. rc i l
He sol. W it' -- n ip. ets of r.
and M.\s .mCry
Qu1il t n nbr rom in placo at
toini l T - hir een1n.12 the lyv N
"li o' l \'!'' vn by' thi. (toaw -
ers 1 a : ' i: i1 t r 'hilohl hool n -
the :t d inr:'un of ti n l chot l
(oni ai' - - hro ,d .from z!w , ale of
tick1t2 -hi~ ~iiu h 11 -n li r.'t hea
layi d n it- i 'wh ra ti i. was w;ll
rvnde 11%i andv on1 temiY enl
joyedl v- !.y :u h
DI iIe I n m n o IIt i d
friends :i': lnd l rii --l d ti e p lli
her." at i li~i . c ~ o h!()( ,:ri a .v
profived o o i t' : n1::lt A a . .
ftrola fujrn: Iiedf a:1 h- p .a~
ts w ll :. :,I obl il favorite
thrr o h a h cvni .\1:1nI' 11h.
tion R h \\ ni.:; dellOhoe Iu
talk.", ,,nd Prof. Iflal-1b-Y. of thl(;
Coilr: -(E n r 1%h\ 11_ - 0 wh " ,o w -d f
schlm a r f-.or I nf . Ili: , h 11
T I,; ,i~ s I!1 it-1 i tiI ' m ot1 e _.iiI lieI
a do'- 7. T ( II ol. Allr OM.;IZ
Ourit 3:1S(orea Ro..:mg
though~ri wher 1 1- - can111- from no om
knw t on ya r-in t u i
flimn . Bilack, fireen
lils. -hNst the kind Miha
Milh tat" o sColm a nd buo
I he)'' I or'l( rI EM
dro . \\'oe--2,li1
section. Two negroes, one living on
Mir. Bordle Owens' place and the other
on 31r. J. R. Brownlee's were bitten.
They are both taking the Pasteur
rtreatment. The animal was a strange
one and was not killed as the search
ing parties in every instance were un
able to get near enough to make their
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* IDIAES OLD FIELD NEWS. *
Riiddles Old Field, April 19.-The
farmers be-:aii plowint last week al
though the gioind was very heavy.
J. 31. Todd, Walter Ball and little
soin, all went, under an operation at
('iiic Springs last wcok for tonsilitis.
\r. Todd retturneii home Saturday.
.-!;. Uall i':iiained as lie wasn't im
iroVing so fast. Hlis family visited
Mr. .I. I . Rthodes and( children and
Mr. Charlie R hodes, of Gray Court.
'itid rdla ilvs in4 this section Sun
Trs. T. W. Cannady and M.iss Mlittie
it Saturday niliht at Mr. .1. S.
T odd ('s.
%lI-.- I. I ). \\,il iams and litt I Itta n ,
wev!re to see .l rs. W. L. Garrett Wed
nesday". Al' Garre:tt's health isot
Sint i a.:e'~ t \ednesda.
ite a dIul ,I 1her W et, alld 11. .
I !locobih x wI-r inl Gree'nville Friday.
' I. ( ".' t and family s)ent tIe
day at F. L. I )on non's Sunday.
'. I). (reen and W. I). I'tna1 have
Mis. Ilarits Riddle. of Spartanlurg.
visited \lts. 11. .\. 1loleom 1 1. Saturday
M IrS. S!ia I Iloicombo)C roeturn11e:;
hoeil 'i iunday aftr a t en day:: visit!
witI hir son.
Se'vqera id :. of hiail 0o e 11 P ! in1
is seton olonday.
i sit r.N I. \r . I- .artin.
W . It litti i-xvnga n dw%.ll
in:: bil t.
.lis. Ida ihe a iiarett is 5;penidin:: a
Iuns ad Iak d l. -tdin
1b1 .\db 'n nad and lir. T. \'..
Iani y r i n Fountan itn Ti . es
Piles Cured In 6 to i4 Days
-r m it PAZo C:NTMrFNT fah
- -.:*.I . :*',* i er r rid ing' i'ales.
eelrinl el ii
Isill still youl.
)11 filioa -lit at
intion is hier'( at4'ain. It is.
I ('l(1n1 upi. pam iupI, andi
mturei* are r'edy to thro F','~
rMfor I e new, bieh; mal
I BlebM. $6.00 to $12.00 it
.. ........ .$398 to, $11.00
(ibiler mieni tool~. CO
ofl Sh~oes and! >Slipers for' no
. 1 i'et ' eli-ou pij',s. (hbi11 '
I arl t ini the C'ternailitiheme
lish suit seems~.. to Unpi' a
ra!isal of yourt own worth. pri
iansI ; oing at $1'2.50 to
lowe' dlo!'t wait uniitifViltou
i here in Laurens are crc
g Bill at J. C. Burns & C<
of these huge stocks whi
.0 West Laurens St
OCCURs IN MEXICO
State of Cichoacan Comes Out in Op.
position to Carransa and for Obre
Mexico City, AIril 1.-A revolt in
the state of Cichoacan, engineered by
General Pasqual Ortiz Rublo, governor
of the state and a strong supporter of
Lieut. Col. Alvaro Obregon, is an
nounced in the government's second
war buleltin issued early today. Gov
ernor Rubio, the bulletin states, has
fled from .\orelia, the state capital
with 100 men.
Agua Prieta, Sonora, April IS.
Despite resistaiee from Varra'iza sol
diers. General Angel Flores, Sonora
coainlnder, has progressed at the rate
of thirty miles a day, according to a
message weeivedl here by Francisco
Elias. a i leader in the Sonora revolu
After defeating Carranza forces yes
trday', t hirty kiloif-ters south of
'ianuchi!, *n r;a. killing 12 soldicrs.
CeL;0Ulin):: Aix wvounded anid thirty tin
wwoiid!'( prisoners,. General Flo rer
wa. (,inott d. a.. having fouiinl a locomo
tije, nut ini en. ",lty of armls" and
.-ome hlorse. The priomiels were said
to inl-tide six oflit ers.
Yaqui 'Iil :a n-.4, h1:vi asseniibed in
Priita. Fiv hiunlidred Illore
are ait Naeo. a ftew il:e- south of here.
almi one thoisand olirl e eli roite. Th
troops at Naco are re;ort ed to have
thirty Browning ma(hine guns.
lT' :tate of Nayarit, Mexico, has
-ndors d the stes take by Sonora
i:'tain t thi (arranza Loverlnmiflent. av
(011dil i a im m(-5.t-sa e received las
Tliuht frot (Genteral 1'. Elias Calles,
comander in C111ff of Sronora force.
Tai'irhee! Oilicer I. hilled.
Witnston--Salem:t. N. (.. pril l S.
EX-Shriff i--- Joyce wva.- killed, Jim1
Ilthe s dpea dI t wa's IheI
'Brui h h I c ek, k. : oh 'hy fatall.
01.1unded aral thre negr t oes we(re kill
d in f a light he I twen ofictrs ald it
prow., at (a'a o%-(. N. .,1.~- ml5
.\cr-o-liina to rp-;ol'ts lived her
1h.1t !!. Ir attemliptId ;o brak lip a
(ard lelit said to have been in llr
1re5 ~in a n staurantW oterated by.
Nick. liairstoii, a negro.
WI,( a ith. o!lice- e ntI red th1 re( -
r 'th- ltgror-s, ttc(-ording to the
t; ort receite( h 1re by th p1ollee, be
tan 5;ooina. ~Ex-Slheriff .oyee is said
h .w-n !-1-ild in a t y an
low Much Should I ]
or My Spring Suit?
Sjd Ei ' in Silu it,; i. 'oiI Ca C payV (i
Stou tlie. I: yout payi to iii t
habiuly 1 7it 1od isimat i. b voipa
\e soIve iiiis )piol)I-u] lip vog .
Plkt otver to ob)Ijtilothies yolu will
t wtill gi~ve It ul te ini elthets
$35.00, $40.00 and a
wdedA and packed jam fu
. and save dollars. (No nm
ile they last. "More Coc
in addition to' the neck wound Mat- be augmented -by approxiniately as
thews was -badly beaten. Peeling is many otheis, due to the declaration We are proud of HIED DIA.
running high in Walnut Cove, accord- tonight by the Cigar Manufacturers'
ing to reports. association that the 30 other factories IOND 00FFEE. We know it Is
which are members will not open for a really good, pure, clean coffeo
More Tama Cigar Makers to Strike. business tomorrow morning. - of the lIfiest body and flavor.,
oTa pa ia.,Aril 18. e 0 t ke leanwhile an "outlaw" union which Our patrons know thee is none,
Tampa, Fla., Ap~ril 1.-The 6,000 claims 1,800 members has been formed betr
cigar-makers at present out of work and it has declared war on the Cigar- better.
here because of the strike called last makers' International Union, accord- Ask your grocer.
week on thirty leading factories, will Ing to the manufacturers.
DO YOU INVEST
-or just Speculate?
HEN you buy a tire it is alnost like buying a
VV watch. You have to lay out a substantial
sum of money.
The tire you buy has to justify your expenditure by
quality and performance.
It must pay back your principal, with interest.
Lee Fabric Tires do this.
Because they give you long, sure service Lee Fabric
Tires prove a good investment-guaranteed a first
nortgage on tire satisfaction.
- You'll find certainty of service in Lee Fabric Tires
-and I'm always here to see that you get it.
Zig-Zag Tread ~~
Z uq Z ci Tnead W. P. HUDGENS
gr *atvit ,ecurity
L .-Ikr All z jlkd cout~dtIos. TtLo Laurens, S. C.
a1 shapit cups
.jj~ . .. t.v1 ate on both sides of tho
txu, wbiv. liI.rey tread. -
d.ig Is rll nInlmmm . aamalmm
iar ')' ido *iStlno Trees'T
0114 tz.,Iglit (,,fit, r 1,1110 of
tal a C itti- ibbe? stua
that aGidst dIr ka e plwg tht
wheels 'head on."
ySmile at Ml
SX, 'NES ld SbelwaTs.
it~ b i'll P5e ofi ('ol0rs, lootight ts) sitil
11o *y. Goo m1111 0e weeP.11t
You are inv'ted to our
ySpring Opening, the first
showing of stylisK, fashionable,
.i.tak's n ltmy ~Serviceable W\Xear ' for M/en
'.10n. I ha-kl in t hose sleety wjintry d- -S we were si'
Ic0''t t ~Ihe gainen ts forp balhy spr'i ng. Agtl it wast 1
al easy~ nilatt r. Wie cuild1, of1 ('ourse'H, halve .Ja ve o
of wotrk and1( worry'! if weP had( beeni eaIsil1y satis-fj 1. Iliut
unIIder' thle iinusu5 al oI (014lit ions. we (let'PriniIed to d"E
t~t) ttiii'lt 30t1 ~whatI wa1s ahnoi st ilnpossibleIi. We dlet eriminedi to a'
i will ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sebl he wUnes tlttl'fi' 'i't sprling .suits that. the ment oft thisq
town ha ve'(P' eve aid eye (Sonl. I t even'I t hat i noft1
we hle don'elI. We arie read Iy withI the finest plothens
andtt the grvea e'st yar liet y-andt ini addipo 01 mi I t aw
hav"e kept t he !iesP u allt It;yII re'PlSl 111P
ehtdteA ndt we hav'en 't forgot t en a single man in an
like It~ weal' at ~' k now that thle hatstes of' m en varv anid w e
btelieve t hat eery iman is (ent it led to grat if' his ow i
last e. 'l'he young fellow who wanits Plenty of t'olor
a iv lie jt i'~'~' and 'I i lies ''.t w ithI a swanky(, swinginig styl e.Th s
. otung lmeni Wil finid that we arle i'enidy .'or themn. Nor
'ahie. ~have we forgot ten thle main of staid taste wiho wa nte
~4.a st.1l~ atiraetIve ('t10onserv'tihe 1I.5111iClIl
Thle ltruthI of the matterm is thatI twe have pro4vidled
lot he5 to suit the taste of every man wiithI garmlienit
pp' ially3 t to (onfor'm tos Ile 'p hysi ea I inm of' lie
stenI t , thle shmll anmd lhe r'eglarl sor't if' a 3111Ii
1from basemen~t to the ce:iig with merchandise you need. You
hed of us telling you that merchandise is getting higher-you know
da for Same Money"--"Same Goods for Less Money."
No. 2 Store--North-side of the Square Bum.- Blc