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Miss Leila Corbett has cceepted r
position as saleslady in the store o1
Mr. Henry Curtis. Miss Ethel Corbett
will have charge of the postotfice ir
her place for awhile.
Mr. J. 0. Harwick and children of
Sumter spent Sunday with his parent:
Mrs. Richardson Sanders and li.ti
daughter, Gertrude. of Sumter, ar<
spending a while at the home of Mr
J. R. lill near town.
Mrs. Howell ,i'nes, of Charlotte, N
(:.. spent last week with her sister
Mrs. V. R. Mc.Leod.
Miss l'earl Broadway has returnet
from a visit to Mliss Sadie Mlms, a
Alrs. .\l . Corhett spant last "'el
with her itughter, Mrs. (. E. :eat
-.ol at Wilsoen Mill.
.\rs. \'i la Spruille of ('harleston
came last Wednesdelay for a visit t.
ner sister. Mrs. .1. N. Hrewn. .1r.
The annual meetint for the teee
tion of tficersii and pameent omf due,
for he l'axville Iocai union of th
Wom an's ('heist an Temnper ane,
Uiien will be held at the home t
\lre. K. W . tutler, l'ueslay after
noon. Seit. 111th. at 3:mn o'cloek Al
ni'mbe' >: re earme'stlV requestd ti
atten l thi' v r imptortant meetin-e .
'teltate will be elected to attend tih
tate e ntit'-ition at Mar'i'tn winch co.n
/ent' t xi le onthi.
Ms 'asse' leitdge died at h1er li.%1,
near her'e .n last ''ues'iay evening tf
ter a long illhess which she bore wvitl
Ltreat fortitutde. She is sutrvived Ic'
foul' brothers. le'stsrs. . llet0 le iL(, o
12atnmr. l'atrick. .Jack ud~ l'eter" Ile
of this place, andi two sisters. \lisse
Hattie and Fannie llodge. Miss fieoi
was a most est inable lad' and :great
ly 'stteieel by all who knew her. Sh
was a devoted mtember of the Haptis
khurch h"re. The idy was intr re.
in the' l'axville' timtrv Wme
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZ() OINTMENT fail
to cure Itching, Blind. Bleding or Protruding I'e
Iostantly relieves Itching Piles, ad you v en ge
restful sleep after the first apielication. Price tk
In the Wc
C t~l ) ic ;taceil hest i'it
awvarded the liiighest s,<
;or its Q 'A I. lTY.
We Carry 15,
(m \ fir \
26 N. MAIN ST.
SHAKES HARD LUCK
OFF HIS TRAIL
T. H. McFadden, Clarendon. Recovers
When T. 13. McFadden left his home
at Gable, Clarendon County, with a
sick boy whom he was bringipg to
Columbia to a hospital, he thought
fortune wasn't so kind, but he was
not grumbling. The boy was taken
to a local hospital, the automobile in
whieh Mr. McFadde.n came to Colum
hia was left at the Imperian Hotel.
That automobile simply faded away
---just disappeared. When Mr. Mc
l-adden came to look for it, there was
not even an odor of gasoline on the
air. Then it seemed that hard luck was
hot on his trail--the boy under the
knife in the hospital and the car
stolen. Then 'Mr. l"'adden's broth
t r came to Columbia to be with hint
while the child was in the hospital.
and some of the light fingered gentry
robbed this brother of $40. Then Mr.
.Mc-adden knew that old man hard
Iuck had picked him out for a boon
companion-car stolen, brother robbed
of sin, son seriouslV ill in the hos
\]r. \lel-'adea deternned to shake
his companion, tialed the press to his
iid an dput in an advertiseim ent for
the stolen car. Ant that was where
he --ave hard luk a soiar ilexus blow.
'Y estyer ,ay. \lr. .\lel'adden 'as in ('o
lhmbia ag aii,. That car was in hi.
control, ha~vin' b~eent recovered at
lonroe. N. t .:a neero enar.ed with
tlie theft of the 84tI is m" jail, accord
n to Mir. \lel-'adlen. awaiting trial.
and when .\lr. .\icl'ilden looked
itrouch the window at the hospital.
the Vountgstter. who had . been so ill,
was kicking at te electrie light
globe. ;and he hopes to take him home
with him today. So hard luck will
Sh:ive to look ilsew) for a victim.
She.riff .. V. Griffith of \lonr'eo. N.
aw the not ie i.i "' papers of
th lt ,ar ;,nd rounded i;. up. The
lier. who w a si it. atten.pted to
4 apl-, it i alb- el but was cap
't and locked up in jail. The shetr
ii 1 allemrei to have said that the
rti calls himself Imanuel Ilkcks.
I lop l'ptti. N. Y., One Hundred and
Twenty-.econid Infantry. Company A,
. a that he thiims to have enlisted
as a Bell'
inderful tone. 'This machine was
re at il' Paa ma-'aciic 'Expositi on
000 Victor and
ords in Stock
he e cu 1:n fete s'turied that youi
* 't the .Cuni hil in: thme aith
htnibl .ou uT~ m li-.
- UiMTFD~ S C.
at Buck Head, Ga. John Boon, the
sheriff thinks, is the man's real name.
The sheriff, according to :,1r. McFad
den, thinks the man a deserter. It is
alleged that a woman had been with
the soldier, and Mr. McFadden sayws
that the woman said that when the
run was being made to Monroe, gas
ran out and the car stopped. She
says the soldier told her to stay in
the car while he hid in the woods,
and that soon some one would be
ionssing ad would give her aid. The
soldier's guess proved correct, for soon
some men in a car did pass, : aw the
woma in the car and gave her some
gasoline to get on-which, if true,
shows that the soldier knew what he
A. 1. McFadden accompanie.1 his
brother, T. 11. McFadden, to Mor roe to
get the car, and they were b'oth in
the city last night. The damage to
the car and expenses incidet.t to its
recovery amounted to -$182, a cecording
to Mr. McFadden.
In sadI but loving' remembrance of
our little Virginia who departed this
life on Friday night, Sept. 9 1916,
two years and six months old.
clearest Virginia, how we miss thee;
Lonely are our hearts today.
Though you are in Heaven,
lErth the little casket keeps.
Ilere no more we'll see her sweet face.
Lh ssed hope, we'll meet again
la rheyond this world of changes.
Far byond this world of care.
We shall find our missing loved one
in our Father's mansion fair.
Ilabys of sadness still come o'er us;
tars of sorrow silently flow;
Fln id memory keeps you near us;
'Though Heaven claimed you two years
You are gone, but not forgdtten.
Never will your memory fade.
l.oving thoughts will a;ways liger
Around the little grave where you are
'Ts hard to break the tender cord
When love has bound the heart.
'Tis hard. so hard, to speak the words,
"W'e must forever part."
IDvo ited .lother and Father.
Richard Weeks of Summerton has
received the following letter from his
My dear father:
I write you a few lines to let you
know that I am well at this time and
I hope when this letter reaches you
it will find you all well and enjoying
yourselves. I was thinking that I
would get a letter from you before
now, but I have not. Papa, I was
thinking of sending you some money
home. What do you think about it?
D)o you think it will be all right or
not? If you think it will be all right
tell nmeu in the next ietter, pleasee.
lello, Will. Ilow are you.
I won't say any more. Good bye,
Of the Methodist Church, Sept. 9th,
1918, at. the Church, 5:30 O'clock...
-Social Service Meeting .
Bible Lesson: A Great Sabbath
Promise for Individuals and Nations.
Ise. LVIII, 13-1I)
Its-ort of officers.
Reports of Colnitt es.
G eenraI business.
i-aflet: "The history and .lustifica
tion of Sunday Laws in the United
States."-- Mrs. It. It. Jenkison.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Hese
because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
Ti'i IROMO QL'ININE is better than ordinary
Quinine nnd does not cause nervousness not
rilginr in hend. Remenber the full namne and
took for the siL'nature of ri. w. GROvEt. 30c.
of Herbs of]I
and old. So
fered( with Indigein oriI svrail
of lierbs (fit Lif is a vreait dletal
.\r. .1. P 'arkeir of .tike Cit:
mat tim for t wo yiars :- nd one wet
has madeil h10 im-fl Ilik , a new m:
J1. (. (Cooper. ('adi , S. C., htis
41 doses of He (rbs of Life made hi
Mr. Roht. Heard, Rt. F. i I, I:
hadl Rheurmatism, unable LI) ,vork
(If Life hasg tiven him <rat reline
Topic: "The Sunday Laws in Our tor
Community, Judged by the Standard Dr.
of Personal and Religious Liberty." yet
Mrs. Jos. Sprott, leader. the
Vocal Solo-Mrs. C. N. Sprott. the
Talk on "Our New School at Noga- tage
les, Ariz." by Mrs. C. R. Sprott. He
Closig prayer. ffe,
Collection of dues. Due
BLIND MAN SETE AN whi<
EXAMULE OF THRIFT whey
Edgefield, Sept. L--Among the few Doe
remaining interesting and unique his
characters of older Edgefield is Doe- itor
is going like hot cakes in Cla
and have two car loads in tr;
This car is making a w
now in the market for a car
time you wish.
Its economy and comfort make
GRANT SIX the most useful
car you can have right now
Its record for durability and
high used car value make it a
~on A S:
pon and One Dc
ife, remedy for
n with Worms,
A tonic for run
1d, under positiv
gIe r's Di
T EST IMOP
No. 2, Scraniton, S. C., has suif
years. After taking a few doses
,, S. ('., has~ suffered with Rtheu
k's tr'eatment oif Hecrbs oif Life
iad ind(igestion1 for 15 years. Says
m feel better than he has in 15
ike ('ity, S. C., has a son that has
Ned Cothran. Since his childhood, tor
Cothran has be en totally blind, try
all his life he has lived alone at to'
foot of Butler in a little cot- int
constructed by his own industry. wo
nakes his living by gathering and Ir
ng herb medicines which are very
:tive remedies ror the pellagra.
ing his spare moments he makes
mattresses of the community,l
h he delivers by means of his air
elbarrow without the assistance of fly
ide. So thrifty and provided is the bor
or that he has already purchased Fr
tombstone, which greets the vis- ba:
on to porch of the cottage. Doc- at
d Today An
rendon. We have already s
rnsit now-expecting them s
ondcrful record all over the
we will be glad to give you a
t Weight an
M NiORE and more pe
cars of light
GRANT SIX. They ha
necessary weight is not
oil and tires.
The GRANT SIX wi
base is as large and at
would ask for. By skit
tually seems much'long
Yet the GRANT SIX
of its size-Grant eng
ficed sturdiness or dur
Its thousands of own
to a gallon of gasoline,
oil, 7,000 miles or inor
In comfort no six ex
Its 47-inch cantilever i
make "riding comfort''
as applied to this car.
Price $1245 f.
s in Clarendon County f
SIX AN D, HARROl
>11ar gets one i
$gestionl for 9 years. A*\fter takiigi
he says he feels the best he has in
be. wihout IIerbs of L ife if' it. was
'dIr. lien ry G-~rant ley of1 Serant on,
nch t r'mble' for years and says six (d
more g'ood t han anyt hing he eve r ri(
for five years.
Mrs. Sara Coo )(per, Cade, S. (. s
gestion for 20 years. A fter taking 1
she is feeling better than she has' in
Cothran's sterling habits of Indus
stand to his less thrifty felliow
mnsmen of two eyes as a patriotic
)etus to thrift in these times when
rk to all is imperative.
--W - -S-S
tome, Sept. 1.-Seven Austrian
planes were destroyed by Italian
ers yesterday, who, flying low,
nbed the railway establishments at
rnzen Feste, the Austrian naval
e at Pola, and the military woyks
old several car loads
ome time this week.
country and if you are
demonstration a, any
Dple are turning to the
veight-cars like the
ve discovered that un
hing but waste of fuel.
t.h its 114-inch wheel
roomy a six as you
led body design it ac
er than it really is.
is not the lightest car
ineers have not sacri
ers average 20 gallons
)00 miles to a gallon of
e from standard 32x1
ells the GRANT SIX.
ear springs and the
in the seat cushions
words of real meaning
o. h. Cleveland
S. (. has- suf fred with indi
C few do-es of Herbs of Lifc
9 years' t imle, andl wouhl not
$ 1(.00 a package.
s. C., has suffered with stom
ses of Ilerbs of Life did him
d after taking other medicine
s5 she has .suffered witi indi
(loses of Herbs of Life, says
twenty years, sind would not