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No Worms In a Helithy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an o
healthy colr, which indicates ior blood, and as a
rule. there is more or I ess stomach distirl'anco.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
Orl:.- for two or three weeks,will enrlch the blood.
m prove the digestion', and (et as a gcneralStreui:th
ening Tonic to the whole sy' tet. Nature will then
thrqWoff or disool the wrrns,arndtheChildivlllbe
heetheolt. Pileasnt tea ke. CO perbottle.
A close shave I
comforts and heals.
It is just as'importan
properly lined and ad,
good brake lining. W
mansrhip as well as DC
ing to give 1 year's sa
spection and adjustr4
any Dominion Service
HAVE TAKEN Card
weak too," says Mrs. Slivil
"Cardul did me just lots of
It to my daughter. She con
sides and back. She took
her condition was much bet
"We have lived here, near
now we have our own hon
work pretty hard, as this c(
made It hard on us.
"I WISH I could tell w
medicine that helped giv e
do my work." This card ft
sw'' FOR MOTOI
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Card of Thanks
We wish to extend thanks to our
friends and neighbors and the attend
ing physician for their kindness and
syinpathy shown us during the sick
ness and death of our dear husband
and father. 'We also wish to extend
thlinks for the beautiful floral offering.
Alay God's richest blessings rest
upon them all.
Mis. iN1inkney llellams and Childr-en.
The Quinine That Does Not, Affect
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
feet. LAXAT.IV.. BROMO QUIININE
(Tableto) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
Ing in the head. E. W. GIOVE's sig
mature on hnx. afc.
t to have your brakes
justed as it is to have
e guarantee our work..
>minion Asbestos Lin-.
tisfactory service. In
mnt without charge at
S. S. C.
LI for run-down, worn-out
and sleeplessness, and I was
i Estes, of Jennings, Okia.
good -so much that I gave
iplained of a soreness in her
three bottles of Cardul and
Jennings, for 26 years, and
ie in town. I have had to
untry wasn't built up, and It
eak women of Cardul-the
ne the strength to go on and
Ifits her wish.
Listen to the )onuous gentleman
the side of the rqdotited drt.ver of an
hibition on the circus grounds imme
of wonders of the world are found in
is entirely free to all after the pur
men of the advance are humnming in
the show is bigger and better than
to say anything else, would we? They
people. bigger bands, more calliopes-.
bigger giants, bills and bill-posters,
--well they are very enthusiastic ab
more publicity than usual, so there
twentieth Century Wonder Circus is
steel trains of seventy foot cars, new
eqptipment and the advance men ask
sterling performances and know them
that they claim they are. This circus
days, doesn'-t it? "Well it's coming to
ball grounds Fridaya, October 13th.
. * * * * * * * * . . . *- a
Mrs. .J. C. Smith, Sr.
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WVhereas, God in Ills all-wise prov
idence and infinite love, on Septem -
her 16, called to hImself our beloved
friend and co-worker, Mrs. J. C. Smith,
Sr., who was ever a fa-ithful member
of our Aid Society. Therefore, he it
resolved by the Ladies' Aid Sociely of
the Waterloo IMethodist church,
First, That while we miss her sore
ly fron our midst we how in humble
submission to the 'will of our lleaven
ly Father w'ho miakes no nmistakes and
who loves; her better than human
hearts can ever love.
Secoind, That in the deat h of our'
co-worker we have lost a most usefulI
and worthy memnber. It was ever' a
joy and pleasu re for her to work in
all the services of her church as well
as in her 'home.
Thllird, That we symipathize wvith her
familly and are sharers of their he
reav(ement, andl 'we 'tender them our
heart felt sympathy in this great
shadow t hat has fallen.
F'ourth, That a page in the minute
hook of our society be ded icated tc
her .memory and that al COPY of thest
resolutions be sent to the bereaved
family and to the Southern Christ ian
Ad voca te.
MIIS. E. V. GOTJI-NO,
Waterloo, Sept. 30, 1922.
Tn the death 'of 'Mrs. J1. C. Smiit h, onl
Sept. 16, 1922, tihe .Junior Sunda)
School class of Waterloo Methodist
church lost its loyal and beloved
teacher. Therefore, -be It resolved:
First, That -we the .memnbers of this
class, though our hearts are grief
stricken in the 'loss of our dear' teach
or, how in humble submission to thc
will of our Father who doeth all
Second, We are thankful for het
lifo among us, and may the memnory
of her noble character' and sweet
spirit of thoughtfulness of others ov.
er inspIre us to greater servicu foi
'Qhird, we extendl our deepest sym.
pathy to the bereaved family, and
pray that this affliction may dr'aw
them closet' to the feet of Jesus.
Fourth, TIhat copies of these reso
hittiona 'be sent to the family, thte Lau.
rens Advertiser and .the Southtertn
(Signed) Louise .,FWennell, Aileen
Siigs, Lucy Whbarton, Leas8ie Wottmafk
Erndie Woamakt, Roy Anderson, 8id~
ney Ant1i~w? ir3dd An4rsong JV
... . ....
who sits on top of !he lion cage at
eight horse team. "Grand free ex
diately after the parade." A congress
the Spark's Circus menagerie which
chase of at ticket to the Big Show. The
and out of the city and tdiey say that
ever before. We wouldn't want them
swear there are more animals, more
tailer center poles, smaller dwarfs,
more clowns, performers, horses and
ut the Sloarks Circus and are using
ought to be lots in what .they say. This
trouping this year in brand new all
hig top and entirely new parade
us to look at the parade, witness the
for the rock ribbed conservatives
talk carries you back to the bare foot
Laurens and will exhibit at the base
WAR NEWS SENDS
New Orleans, La., Oct. 1.-War
news and ginning operations (weak
ened the cotton market last week and
prices were depressed, except for a
gain above the ipreceding week's close
of 9 to 17 points in the opening ses
sion. After the middle of the week
considerable show of strength was
made at times, on a greatly strength
ened technical position, 'but on the
close weakness was renewed becyuse
of the unfavorable tone, of Near FEast
disipatches. The close was at net loss
es of 88 to 98 points, after tices had
gone as low ats net declines of 100 to
123 p)oints. Lincember traded as high
as 20.95, as l'ow as 19.55 and closed at
i9.74. Spots lots 25 poin1ts Onl midl
(d1ing in the net results, that grade
(closeinig at 20.25 against 20.50 on the
close of. this week last year.
Hiedging sales against the new
cr'ol wecre extremely heavy at times
andl were in evidlence on all hard
spots. They were acecepted by some
traders, howecver, as an Important,
factor ini strengthaening t-he technical
position, and moreover, they were
taken to mean that there was steady
absorption of cotton in tehe interior
by large interests in spilte of the
rather (Iuieter tone of most sout Ihern
spot markets. While it appeared that
spifners and1 exiyorters were to an ex
tent temp~orarily ot of the market, it
seem ed fairly certain that large spot
conecrnis conitintued to take cotton
from 1the growers wherever the latter
were willing to sell.
Thela dr'y weather over the .belt, high
ning the crop, was something of a
-bearish argument anid, later in the
week, claims of a lower sicot basis at
some points in the interior was also
usedl against the market. The un
favorable 'private bu reatu crop reC
ports of the wveek, ave raging arond(
50 percet for condition andl slight
ly. under :1,0,0 b~ales as the indi
cated crop), wer'e a suipport.
Whilo war netws must play an im
portanit part in tihe market this wveek,
bureau day eovents are likely to donm
mate for a while, at least. Thle gov
ernment now annouinces that btureau
(lay will 1)0 Tuesday instead of Mon
dlay and the census bureau will issue
its secondl ginning report of theO sea
son at 0 o'clock, Now Om'leans time,
while the dosartmnent of agricultutre
wvill issue its 'final condition -at 10
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Only on one (day of the year are
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