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Purges; Try NR
NR Tsnight--Temerrew Feel Right
It Is a mistake to continually dose
yourself with so-called laxative pills,
colomel. oilw purges and cathartics
and force bowel action. It weakens
the bowels and liver and makes con
stant doflnaF necessary.
Why don t you beg in right today to
overcome your constipation and get
your system In such shape that daily
purging will be unnecessary? You
can do so if you get a 26e box oaf
Nature's Remedy (N R Tablets) and
take ono each n ght for i week or no.
NRt Tablets do much more than
merely cause pleasant easy bowel ac
tion. This medicine acts upon the
digestive as well as eliminative organs
-promotes good digestion, causes the
body to got the nourishment from all
tho food you eat, gives you a good,
hearty appetite, strengthens the liver,
avercoms biliousness, regulates kidney
and bowel action and gives the whole
body it thorough cleaning out. This
accomplished you 'viii not have to take
nicdicixio every day. An occasional Nit
tablet will keep your body in condi
tion andl you can always feel your best.
Try Nature's Remedy (NR tablets)
and prove this. It is the best bowel
medicine that you can use and cost
only 25c per box, containing enough tc
last twenty-five (ays. Nature's Rem.
edy (Nit Tablets) is sold, guarantees
and recommended by your druggist.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
THE "OLD REL
White Haired Alabama Lady Say
and Go Rut The "Old Relial
Dutton, Ala.-In recommending Thed
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a well
known Jackson County lady, said: "I m
getting up in years; my head is pretty
white. I have seen medicines and reme
dies come and go but the old reliable
came and stayed. I am talking of Black
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years-one that can be depended up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for i tried t. It is the best thing I have
ever fouid for the full, uncomfortable
EVERY and I
MEA- The gon
re & right I
EoMsr Bell Trinaty Bide 0c4
1irst Grade---Hugh Cain. Imogene
Pitts, Sarah Williams.
Second -Orade-Harold Armstrong
Ruth Lollis, Elizabeth Sniltih, Maxic
Third Grade-Alva Ray Culbertson,
Eva Fuller, Louise George, Mildred
Johnson, J. W. Morrison, John D. Mar
Fourth Grade-Gladys Armstrong,
Dorothy Cain, Annie George, Alpha
Martin, Omega Pitts, Furman Thom
ason, Earl Tinsley.
!Fifth Grade--Samuel Cain, Hugh
Tinsley, Byrd Martin, Minter Brown,
Julia 'Hul, Lois Bishop, Berry Hill.
Sixth Grade-Leiwis Culbertson,
Minnie Lee Pitts, Carrie Mae George,
Eighth Grade-Nell Burts, Margue
rite Cain, Amelia Fuller, Mary George,
Nell Langston, Florido Pitts.
Tenth Grade-Sallie Hill David
George, James Willard, Bertie Mae
rMoney b ck wkitout question '
it HUNT'S salvo falils in th z
Ztreatmentof ITCH. ECZEMA.
RINGWORM, TE+TTER or
othr itching %kin dises./
''yo7cot box at our uli&k.
Laurens Drug Co.
s She Has Seen Medicines Come
le" Thedlord's Black-Draught
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
ssists the liver in throwing off Impuri
ties. 1 an glad to recommend Black.
Draught, and do, to my friends and
Thedford's Black-Draught Is a stand
ard household remedy with a record of
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of imparities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed
ford's, the genuine.
At all druggists.
eais to every'body~
se of :the PIeasure
senefit It affords.
Possible to obtain.
n Its wax-wrapped
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* DIALS NEWS
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Dials, March '.--Mie 'Lois Irwin
field secretary for the cotton ease
ciation andMr. J. E. Trevathan, coun
ty demonstrator, wore in our mida
last week, and while their talks wits
the farmers were fullof facts an(
much interest, the progress made it
getting plodges signed was not rea
sonably succesful. Many of thi
farmer, however, are going to reduce
the cotton acreage to a very great ex
tent, in this community, regardless *
whether they signed the pledge or not
Yet organization means in effec1
united for a common good, and witi
a hearty co-operation as to acreage
reduction and 'pledged to reduce t<
the point where cotton will soon be.
come scarce, Laurens County iwould
have had definite information as tc
what the county will do.
It seems if the south planted not n
seed of cotton this year, and iproduced
plenty of food, poultry, hogs, corn,
hay and - ptatoes and everything that
grows here except cotton, we would
be richer than we can be to raise an
other crop on top of the one on hand;
if it be true that the total crop of cot
ton of the state will not now sell for
enough to .pay the cost of imported
food and feedstuff last year, our net
deficit being greater than the cost of
the many tons of guano used.
Reduction may not be a panacea for
all the trou.bles the farmers are now
experiencing, but it surely seems to
us that to add another big crop to .the
one now on hand would certainly
bring disaster. However, if only a
few' reduce the results can not be sat
isfactory, the entire cotton belt should
pull together-, for the farmers of the
South can never come into their own
until they learn to co-operate and
stand by one another as one big so
ciety united for a common purpose.
Prof. C. F. Brooks, of Edgoelold,
spent last week-end with his mother
Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Miss Dowoy Armstrong was a recent
victor in Greenville whore she was
the guest of relatives.
Miss South returned to her home
near Gray Court. Saturday, after en
joying a week's visit with Miss Grace
Mr. John Itopp, of Gray Court, spent
Wednesday night with Mr. W. L.
Brooks and family.
Misses F'annie and Sallie D. Brown
lee, accompanied by Mrs. W. S. Bolt,
of Hickory Tavocn, were shopping vis
itors in Laurens Thursday.
Rev, C. W. Watson, Mrs. Watson and
little Margaret, and Rev. Geo. Hopkins,
Mrs. Hopkins and son, all of Gray
Court, were the spend-the-day guests
of Mrs. Sudio Owings and family, Sat
Mr. Marvin Harris, of Gi'eenwood,
spent several days with his paronts
last week, Wednesday, accompanied
by'Mrs. D. ). Harris and Miss Emma
Harris, he motored to Greenville and
apent the day.
Quito a number from this place, at.
tended the performance of the "Ma
sonic.Ring,"~ given .by the local talents
of Hickory Tavern, in the FEden school
auditorium on a recent' Saturday ev
ening. 'While the '.ast was made up
entirely of amnetours, all of whom are
pupils of the Tavern school, it proved
very interesting as each and every one
rendered his and her part in a most
John 'Henry, the infant son of Mr.
andl Mrs. Davenport, of Greenville, was
buried i~t D)ials Monday, the 21st.
D~eath was the result of a brief illness
of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. IDaven
porIt lived in this community a number
of years ago, and have many friends
here who synipathizo with them in
Mrs. Brookter Abercrombio and son
Willie spent Fri'day ni-ht 'in ' Ware
Shoals, the guests of reiatives.
When President Warren 0. Harding
took the -historic oath March 4th,
which proclaimed him President of the
United States for the next four years,
he had a great and serious trust put
upon his shoulders, for beyond all
question the office of -President is the
greatest in the world, Hpnored for
its mighty responsibility the office is
,regarded as sacred by otur people,
While (we of the South regret the pass
ing of Woodrow Wilison and the change
of party goyernment, .we hop. for
many things from President Harding
and must learn to look upon the new
I'resident not as a republican, but as
a leader of all the peapl, and stand
as a united people in a common -pur
The Junior Missionary society of
Dials held their weekly nie4tiJng at
the church Saturday afterlaoon, March
Lth, and one of the most etajoyable
meetings of the year *aa enjoyed,
The president, Abnie Loui Curry, bre'
sidsd and called the fueoting to order,
and after the alling of th'e'*rdil by
'Hattie Ahberbrom'bie, and reading of
the miant~es of the last meeting, by
the settetary, Corks Curry, the follow
inig prograan was rondered:
lReading by' Ernest Cutry.
The Story of Ruth, told by Ir!ddit
song: "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere,"
by &ar , Harrio atl Aber
crombie, Lucille g pbel), ; and
Mrs. C. W. Watson then related in
- her most pleasing Manner the etqrien
- of the "Golden Glove and "ittle Ben".
t This was folowed by the story of
Moses related by Nell Harris and a
recitation by Mary Abercromble; Mo
All the Lai
) Right noi
LucIll4 Canpbel, Alta"vampbefIAs
bert Campbell. -Liddie, May Graydoi,
and Plora Grydon; Mrs. Florence
Rgpp, Mrs. C. W. Watson, Mrs. W. V.
Harris and Miss Cecil Owings.
Mrs. B. A. Sullivan, of Laurens, Is
spending a faw .daya, with her mnotier,
Mrs. I. 8. Brooks.
Miss -Mattie Sinmons, of Green
vill, spent the week-end with home
30 P. M.
tion Song, by Hattie Abereromble; At1
ta Campbell, Sarah Harris and Lucille
Oatnpblel reeitettini by 'biri ( ngs.
In conitibiosMrir. FleretdeO :' p,
uperitntedtitdot-of the sclety, gave an
interesting report of the work done
by the society since January. Those
present iwere: Annie Lou Curry, Coke
Curry, John Harris, Dicky Harris,
Margaret Watson, Nell Harris, Sarah
Harris, Clara Qwings, Lois Owings,
E N V I.
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