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No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un.
ealthy color. which indicates poor blood, and as a
vule, there Is more or loess stomach dlst~fpbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIQ glvei regu
larly for two or three weeks will enri the blood.
improve the digestion, and actas ageneralStrength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms. and th Child wlb
In perfcti health. Pleasant to take. 6operbottl.
The Car Everlasting
Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nauscalcss, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
The red Willard
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where you can get
vice-and buy the
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job to see that you get
the full satisfaction and
service you are entitled
to as the user of a
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* DIALS NEWS
Dials, August 1.-It 'has been th<
usual custom with few exceptions
from time immemorial that the serieE
of revival services at this church tc
begin on the Second Sunday in August
This year however, thcre was a di
gression from the usual custom, thc
services beginning on the Fourth Sun
(lay in July. The pastor, the Rev. C
W. Watson, is being associated withi
the 'Rev. D. A. Niorris, lately of thr
Ohio Conference, but now of San An
tonlo, Texas. Mr. Morris closed o
successful revival in the Mlethodisi
church of G'ray Court, previous tc
Coming to Dials.
Mr. Morris is a consecrated man of
God, and his clear cut and loving de
lineation of the Gospel of Christ, coi
billed with a winniilg ipersonality
proved a source of Spiritual inspira
tion to all. Oreat crowds attondedI
each service, and much Interesting be
ing Rmalifested throughout, the resutii
of 1W llill eternity alole -may11v iV'c a,
The Rev. Charles Mlorris, pastor of
the Hampton Avenue Metholdist churcli
of Greenville, caie down for a few
days and aided materially in the sing
Ing. The people of )ials and the enl
tire country si(le consider it a won
derful pleasure and blessing to havc
been associated with such a conse
crated preacher as 'Mr. Morris, and thc
hundreds of friends he has made herc
and in Gray Court will ever be inter
ested in his career as a Gospel mes
Mrs. Charles McCall and children,
Juanita and Charles, Jr., of Kingstree,
are spending a while with Mrs. Alec
McCall and family.
Mr. Mtarvin Harris, of Greenwood
spent the week-end with home folki
Miss 1Pearl I lenderson, who has beer
in attendance at the summer school
at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, ham
returned to her lome here.
Prof. Clyde Curry, of the Vanderbill
faculty, Nashville, Tenn., after com
ipleting a course of lectures for thi
University of Texas, .is now at thll
home of his parents, .\r. and iMrs. W
C. Curry, where le will remain dur.
ing the remainder of the summer.
Miss Jennie Abercrombie, of neai
Gray Court, spent several (lays her(
last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs
J. T. Bolder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and chil
diren, and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Davis an(
children all of Greenville, spent sev
eral (lays last week in our midst visit.
ing relatives and attending the seriei
of sei'vices in progress at Dials.
Mrs. lAur'a Hablb and (c.ughters
Mrs. Nlary Belle in( Sarah, of Lau
rens, wee li guests of Mr. 1). 1)
liairris and family, Thiu rsday.
Miss Mattie Simmons i'etirned It
Greenville ..\onday, after a week-enl
visit with homefolks.
Misses Fannie and Sallie Brownle(
had as their guest Sunday Miss ''Iart
.lir. and Mr*s. 'Lan1(d a d little ,9a1ugh
tel', of Gr'ecinville, wei'e theC week-ent
guests of .\llIrs. 1 ud ie Ow.ings and fami
Mi's. M ar 3'D1agnalli, a fter enjoy'inil
a lpleasant visit swithi her s ister', Mi's
[H. Yi. Sinmnons, left Saturday for Wit
limstonl wh'ere she will remain som<
time visiting her' sister, Mi's. Lottit
M1iss Enmma Hari'is has r'etur'n(<
from a recnt visit with fr'ienlds ini
Mr. and Mrs. 'Mack Campbell and
Miss Nannie Campbell, have r'eturned]
fr'om a bi'ief visit Is 'iiendcersonville
Misses 'Neva and 'Blancehe Cook, of
iFountain. Inn, werec visltor's of Mrs
Harris Curry for sever'al days last
Miss 'Dewey Armstrong hlad as heri
splendI-the-day guests Friday, Missei
Laura 'Hellama and Hattie Aber-~
2ir,. and .Alrs. 'Wm. Briooks and littlc
'Sarah Belle, and Mr. C. F, Briooks
weie dinner iguests of Mr. and .\a's. L
R. Brooks, of Oray Cour't Sunday,
* S e S * e S e S * e S S S
* NARtN1E NE'WS
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Narnie, Aug. 1.-ome-Coming D~ay
at old iLangston chuirch below L~au rem
was well attended from here. Trhosc
going were Mr. (W. M. Myers and sons
Vernon, WV. M., Jr., James; Mr. and
Mi's, d1O. B. .Bolt an d daughter IMhol
Mr. and Mr's. Reid and daughtei', Re
melle, and Mr. and Mr's. D). J. Bolt and
(laughiters, D~orothy anid .Nllie Ruth.
Mr's. Oscar ,Medlock and children, of
', are guests this week of thoit
Mi'. andl Mi's. Austin Brain.
ra and 'Ruth Bolt returned
')m Gi'eenwood wvhere they~
d* (ellghtful week with
's on the Abbeville r'oad,
want to shave a niec
"to report 3Master
mn of Mr. and Mrs,
4ox and danighter,
the former's sister, Mrs. 1D. B. ol
A. R. 1l3ramnilett, on the sick .list thi
week. We hope he will soon be u
Miss Mae Bramlett spent Friday a
ternoon with Miss 1eomelle Reid.
Miss Cannie Mae Craddock left Tues
.day for Augusta, to spend severe
nweeks with -relatives.
-Mrs. Thomas Barksdale and clii
dren, Mary and Thomas, Jr., sper
Monday with Mrs. E. B. Bolt.
Those attending the .. Y. P. U. meel
ing in Cross l1ll Sunday were 'Misse
Nelle Burts, Virginia Culbertson, Ei
ther Craddock, Eva Bolt, Dewey Ba
entine, 4uth Bolt, Ruth Myers, Messr,
Edd Myers, Pierce Myers, Ray Trayn
ham, Jack Jiotice, Ralph Young. The,
repJort a good meeting.
The death of Mirs. Minnie Todd ha
cast a gloom over this community. Th
death angel called for her Thursda
night. She was huried. Saturday morn
Ing at Highland Home. Mrs. Todd wa
a consecrated Christian woman, an
was loved by all who knew her. Be
sides her many friends, she left
mother, one brother and four clii
dren and her husband to mourn ht
death. Our most sincere symiath
goes to the bereaved ones in this, thel
hour of trial.
Miss Virginia Culbertson is th
guest of Miss Melle Burts this weel
She caie over to attend the singin
at Highland home.
Mr. Cliftcn Jones, of Greenwoo<
spent last 'week-end with Mr. Ira U3ol
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitue
Constipation. It relieves promptly bt
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day
to induce regular action. It Stimulates an
Regulate3 * Very Pleasant to Take. 60
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you see w
his car. Ask hin
Most likely yc
esting story abo
morous to ever
man who went I
Finally U. S.
Tires ever since.
Perhaps it's the
Tire buyers that iu
phatic in their prefe
When these m
Take nobice that on -the 31st day of
8 August, .1921, I will render a final ac
p count of my acts and doings as Admin
istratrix of the estate of J. A. Owings
deceased, in the office of the Judge of
"BUILD OF CY)
s TURERS OF
LA TI1, SIIIN
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8 Our facilities enable us i
from "Peck" to finish, 01
a Look for this
For little job or big, t<
strictly high-class lumb
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and for all purposes Arl
A TIP IN ECONOMY
Outhouses, Porch Steps,
Common" will give satis
THE BLACK RIVE
Insist on "S0" Brand Cypress from y
U. S. NOBBY TRE
Where the going is speciall
with snow, mud or sand,
country where maximum tr
the road is a factor, no other ti
yet devised is qiite soeffecti%
wholly approved by motorin
ion, as the U. S. Nobby Tret
Its very rimplicity-three
ceiagonal knob%, gripping the
is the result of al1 the years
Rubber experience with eve
of rcad the world over.
k to the next man everything
th U. S. Tires on bargains",
why, tinued linet
I why.know what
u'Il hear an inter- They war
at his tire experi- good reputat
the answer was it is. Witi
vasted. Promises back it up.
on the road--hu
y one except the .There ar~
hrough it. Your loc
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Tires. And U. S. sized up, cor
tires from a
are newly n
experience of U. S' Sold to yc
akes them more ems- Square-deali
rence than ever this reputable de
as befits the
en have tried most largest rubb
ware Co., Gray Court, S, C.
Co. Laun., S. C.
'Probate of Laurens county, ' at 11
o'clock, a. m., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my trust as Administratrix.
Any person indebted -to said estate
is nottfied and required to make pay
ment ,on that date; and all .persons
DRESS AND YOU BUL
rs of the"80" Brand of "t
-o at all times meet your every re(
perfectly manufactured, genuine
THE WOOD ETERNAL"
s '" The finest Cypress Timbcr in the S
l your retail yard you want "80
er, carefully graded at tile milFia
)ING, SHEATHING, PLANKIN
C,ES, PORCH SILLS AND FLOOR.4
iere you need lumber that will re
-for many ordinary uses such as r
Fences, etc., the lower grades;-"B
faction and cost you less. "Buy the (
,R CYPRESS COMPANY, G
our lumber dealer. If he hasn't enough to supply you, gie
'e, or so
of U. S.
by the way of "staggering
hurrah discounts", "discon
at l- and so forth they
not to dAet.
it a fresh, live tire. With a
ion. That's everything it says
I the people behind it who *
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92 U. S. Factory Branches.
i1 U. 8. Dealer is drawing U
ontinually to keep his stocks
nplete-to give you service.
r he gets one or a hundred
U. S. Factory Branch, they
nade this season's tires.
*u at a net price. Full values,
ng. A reputable maker, A U.
aler. The whole transactionu
leadership of the oldest and
er organization in the worldI. U. S.
.P. R. Bobo, Ow
W. Y. McNeiL
having claims against said estate Will
present, them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever bairred.
BESSIID W. OWINGS,
July 27, 1921. 2-St-A
r4D BUT ONCE."
dMM TURRRS or
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11 A P L 8
"ALL - CY
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THlE 1,30". BRAND
IS YOUR DOUBLE
" Brand Cypress. It is
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!pairs to Barns, Sheds,
:x," "Pecky" and "No. 2
irade That Fits the Job."
khIe, South Carolina
us his nainu and we'll Id ihe needful."
w~d al I oI next wan o
lied States Tires
re Ga.nd TIres
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