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men who know how. You'll find them here at
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before storing for Summer.
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" I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to
be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon
began to feel better. I got able to* be up and help do my
housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I
am able to do my housework and to care for my children,
and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough
for the benefits I have received."
Cardui is successful, because it is rnVle especially for
women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution.
Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to
health and happiness.
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not
try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts
in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
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I MADDEN NEWS |
Madden, June 23.?Rev, Jodle Mar
tin filled bis regular appointment at
Prospect Saturday and Sunday. It
was announced that the protracted
meeting would begin as usual on the
1th Sunday in July. Rev. Mr. Lee,
the pastor of Waterloo Baptist church
will assist Bro. Martin during the se
ries of meetings.
Mrs. J. L. Pass and * children of
Martsville, who have been on a visit
here to relatives, left Friday for a vis
It to her sisters, Mrs. Agnew of Green
ville and Mrs. Hughes, of Grecrs.
Mrs. Maggie Martin, who has been
with her brother, Mr. Jno. H. Flnloy
for the past months, left Saturday for
a visit to her other brother, Mr. T. R.
Finley of Honea Path, before return
ing to her home in far off Texas.
Mr. R. Martin of Texas, who has
been in South 'Carolina for the past
year left for his home in "The Lone
Star State" Sunday. The "call of the
west" sounds clear and strong.
Mrs. J. A. Wofford spent a very
pleasant day, Friday, with her aunt.
Mrs. O. C. Cuningham, of Mt. Pleasant.
Some of our little ones are sick. Dr.
Christopher of Laurens was out Sun
day aftornoon to see the little boy at
Mr. J. ?. Culbertson's and Dr. Dial
was called to see little Lillian Mooie,
the same afternoon. We trust both
children wil lsoon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hudgens of
Laurens were the week-end guests of
their mother, Mis. T. S. Langston.
Their friends will be glad to hear
that their baby boy is convalescing,
after a very serious illness.
Mr. J. D. Culbertson was called to
the bedside of his sister, Miss Frankle
Culbertson Saturday. Miss Frankie
has been a sufferer for the i>ast
months an dher friends will be griev
ed to hear there Is little hope enter
tained for her recovery.
Mrs. Lila Stuart of Laurens, has
been on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Sue Finley, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Dobbins, of Caroleen,
N. ('., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Lang-'
ston of Laurens formed an automo
bile party that passed through our
little city Sunday afternoon. They
wore shaking hands with their Lang
ston kin through here. We were glad
to see the face of Mrs. Dobbins (she
whc> ?vas Mary Langston), once again
and all join in wishing Mr.
Leo Langston and his better half
"bon voyage" In their wedded life.
Miss Kate Wofford left Tuesday for
the Summer Scohol at Rock Hill.
Mrs. Mary Allison has been sick, but
her friends will be glad to hear that
"he Is hotter.
Plaj at .Mt. Pleasant.
A play "Valley Farm" w.ll be giv
en at Mt. Pleasant school house next
Thursday night, July 3rd The pro
ceeds are for the church. The play
is very Interesting and has been play
ed several times over the county. The
public is cordially Invited. It is a
dama in four acts and will have
beautiful music botween the acts.
Admission fee will be 15 and 2."?
costs, The actors arc as follows*
Harold RuHedge, a young New
Yorker Mr. Willie Held
Perry Deane, a son of the soil
Mr. John Felts
David Hildreth, a New York law
yer Mr. O. B. Elmore
Silah liolcomb, owner of Valley
Farm Mr. Henry Laurens
Azarlah Ko -p. a clock tinker
lennlngs, servant at the Rutledge
mansion Mr. Wessley Fowler
Hetty Holcomb a countrv nower
transplanted to city soil
Mrs. Ijou Belle Hendrlx
Isabel Carney, niece of David
Hildreth Fiss Ethel McDaniel
Mr*:. Rutledge, Harold's mother
Miss Vivian McDaniel
Alvlna Holcomb, sister to Silas,
Miss Lucile Reld
H/.y Ann Tucker, who borrows
but never gossips
Mrs. Mollie Pinson
Verbena, hired girl at the farm
Little Miss Lois Reld
Mrs. M. E. Reid in charge.
Best Laxative for the Aged
Old men and women feel the need of
a laxative more than young folks, but
It must be safe and harmless and one
which will not cause pain. Dr. King's
j New Life Pills are especially good for
the aged, for they act promptly and
easily. Price 2.r)C. Recommended by
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
? Princeton Locals. *
Princeton. .Tune 23.?Master John
Broadus Knight of Trenton is visit
ing his grandfather Mr. J. B. Knight.
Mrs. N. A. Monroe spent a few days j
in Honea Path last week.
Mr. M. P. Dunlap of Honea Path
was a business visitor here Wednes
Mr. J. E. Allen and family of Honea
Path spent a few hours here Monday.
Miss Ethel Sharpe returned homo
Tuesday from Columbia, where she
taught the past session.
Miss Lydia Bagwell is spending
this week in Honea Path, the guest
of her uncle, Mr. John R.Callaham.
Mrs. W. H. Monroe and daughters,
Lucille, Lillian and Margaret visited
Mrs. S.# G. Burts near Honea Path
Dr. J. B. Brltt spent Thursday in
Messrs. John Owens and A. Sullivan
of Laurens were business visitors
Rev. R. F. Morris and Prof. George
W. Greene spent Saturday in Honea
Mrs. J. B. Brltt, Misses Helen Dritt
and Kate Robinson and Mrs. Robin
son visited friends in the Lebanon
Mr. Rroadus Cothran and children
spent Saturday In Ware Shoals with
the former's father.
Mrs. E. L. Ridgeway spent one day
last week in Honea Path.
Master Casper West of Greenville
has returned home after a visit to
hfs grandfather, Mr. W. D. Sullivan.
Miss Edna Harrell of Columbia is
visiting Mr. John W. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carter spent
last week-end in Honea Path with
their daughter Mrs. J. F. Allen.
Mr. George W. Greene of Turber
ville is the guest of his sister, Mrs. R.
The many friends here of Mr. Willie
J. Bramblett hear with sorrow of his
serious illness from fever at his home
in McCormiek. They wish for him a
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gambeil expect
to leave soon for Iva, where he has
accepted a position.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Arnold Jr.,
went to Honea Path shopping Wednes
Miss Sarah Brltt has returned from
a visit to relatives in Anderson.
In Memory of W. B. Compton.
The following resolutions were
adopted by the Warrior Creek Sing
1st. That wo strive to be better
2nd. That we bow in humble sub
mission to the will of our Heavenly
3rd. That we send our deepest sym
vathy to the bereaved family.
4th. That a copy of these be sent
to the county paper for publication.
Laurens, S. C. Committee.
Juno 23, 1913.
Tue Advertiser has been requested
to publish the following program of
the Union Meeting to be held at Dur
ban church June 28-29.
Rev. M. M. Richardson, Simpsonville,
Introductory sermon. Rev. J. H. Mar
tar, Watts Mill, Missionary sermon.
W. H. Drummond and O. L. Lanford,
Lanford, "Duties of the Deacon."
Thomas Riddle and Smith Martin,
Warrior Creek, "Need of more Bible
Reading." A. J. Martin and W. R.
Henderson, Friendship, "Liberality."
W. C. Wilky and T. T. Dill, Harmony,
"Better Music in Country Churches a
Need." John B. Cook and E. E. Gu
rinn, Bethany, "Evil of an Unruly
The tin ion meets with Durbin
church, Services beginning Saturday
the 28th at 11 A. M.
Ulcers and Skin Troubles.
If you are suffering with any old,
running or fever sores, ulcers, bolls,
eczema or other skin troubles, get a
box of Pucklcn's Arnica Salve and
you will get relief promptly. Mrs.
Pruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala.,
' suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine
I months and Bucklen's Arnica Salve
i cured her in two weeks. Will help
1 you. Only 26c. Recommended by
laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
HE WONDERS VWATtr tWTHEN MpENIV R NO) OUT,
For Honeymoon or
The sights you'll see you may
never see again.
Bring home the pictures--to show
your friends-as souvenirs. You'll
enjoy looking at them in after
years. We sell the
the best-all styles. Materials for
developing and printing.
There's nothing the amateur needs
that we don't have.
POWE DRUG COMPANY
On The Square
Lauren?, South Carolina
Is cheaper than labor, land or mules.
Increase your fertilizer and decrease
the cost of your products.
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