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Big stock Men's Suits
at No. 2 store going at
special prices $3.95 Bea
$4.98, $7.50 up to $15
for the $18.00 kind.
$1.75 to $2.89
Why pay more at
5,10, 15 to 43c No.1
* MDDEN NEWS. *
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Madden, OCt. I.-- -It 'lOCsn't seemH
p)ossible1 that a yeart has elaps3ed1 since
the last coutnty lair. \\'e are thinkinug
of the fair again, tor the time is near
whien we'll all get reaidy to go3.
Thle extra (ci:m;t I of t New lI'ros
poet I unday school passed (off Ileas
anlIy andi pro)flilly:I. A p t e llina.. 3ev
3rybod else to . the4 writ Ir, 34'wCini
to :3k e '*. * a .' 'na ' 4 o : 113 nd . h
add. s by \r.\'\.( .e lmn w
steverl a o he In
the . .
Mrs. ('3:: -h,'3 1 5 44
(enjoying it w!:'n '.lv
Uncle1 .lhba l'inh''y. ne( 1;::14 ed b
h ils( daugtr ind~,Alw . l ,
pley,3 ait tended03 31n. 3 io3''ed te: imreil
4assoe1afion, bei1 111 .\lt1. (hialher.
Th~7Jey were lhe .eues:ts of .\Ir. .1. N.
Uncle TIotn l.a n ?stoh wae also a de(1.
n gate and he (cUate back siek. lIhe said(
It was plain neturalgila, but11 thle news
came ho us via Waterloo, t hat th le see
ond day of the r'east it was a soul
&c Mitrring and onnr shltting sight. Diro.
nghams and Percales
to 1Oc for 12 1-2c kind
tiful line of Ladies' Hat
$3.48 for the $5.00 1
Ladies Shoes $1.98
1.48 to $2.95 $3.3
some other store 3
store 210 West Laurens St. I
L~angston and Bro.- Latimore sitting
side by side--one comning down on top)
line the othier on the bass. I'd en
joye~d hearing that song, wouldn't you
.\ rs. J. R. Finley and .\irs. Sue Fin
ley were In Lau11rens Saturday at the
htomie ot .\ rs. Tiessie .\lart in. The
fr)iinds of .\lrs. .\laiin ill hei ) sorry
to br-ar tha:t her little baby. liranices, is
.\l 4s. Li4e/1 l''nry wats at M\rs.
Shaw's last SHlnd~ay aL1llrnoon. :She
w I to see he ste,-inl Dr.
i.n o . \lr. 14nld .\lt s. Shawa, ren r
In ower. and d4aV'.. t r, t. i'a,
- t 41 . i '. i . 44 -t
4 1 1\4 /1? I
n 14li~ 1111 a 'a~ mi
i n the nor'th to) IlliiiI tat
1n 2 :: nihbor, W. Asa IIUz/
1n ni 41 die andl passed' into th)11
.4111. lIe1 d1ied a1t his hr mnc
n14 '4 \ atu I 2 id(! , AIlan.4 1-1tl, l!41.5
4)f a fIw d ays' illness :4with Iyph1oit
lie was born)1 .11une 15d, 1883, age 35
yearis. WeC cannoI u ndlersitand(, whil<
inl thle flesh, why13 (hld permitted (deati'
4, (iome into the home of one whlo hat
.inst r.- ally entered( life, and then too
1o take from the young wife and orn
bright litle bno one whosen helln nn
Wool Dress Good
25c, 39c up to 75c
s 98c up to 25c to
rou can buy the sain
ALWAYS BUSY. TIE
4sixt to Bramletts Shop. No. 2
presence was so much needed. But,
after awhile we will understand, for
we shall see JTesus as Hie is.
Heo left a father, mother, four broth
er's, a wife and~ one child. .\ay thre
loved ones takle comfort In the thought
t hat (God makes no mistakes andI that
all things work together for good to
them that. love CGod; not only for good,
btet for God's glory. lHe was ai (on
sis tent maembi er of [let haha ra ehrchel
hav ing joi nedt several years ago, while
the' liev. .I. TI. T'aylor was pastor, lie
ma~de iendsl~l whe1'rever he went, wvith
(older I(((Jple as w\ell as thre young. Thie
Umra serc; were cOnduueted by
I Is bearer, .1. 0. Denny, W. B. C'oats,.
and therce we left it, to awail theI
rI aurretin inorn.
Nuw is the tiln Il('I 144 the by's (atiol
at :ile to $i.:.in
1 acre la hnd, inore or' less, ('state1
of' I. J. .\dair', dle'eaised, sitiualtd in
.11a(ks 'T(wnsipj 2 l--2 miles nrorthi
from11 Tiown of Cliton, S. C., on t wo
Ip1itcrighrways. V4ill .he sold1 for a
s4element b l' heIrrs of said I. ..
AdIair. Onrelarge dIwellIinrg, hai'rn, she(l
wells of water. Sale will lbe held at
141aurenas Co rt Ilouse Monday, Sales
dlay, ,Nov. 1st, 19!t15. Purchaser' to pay
for 11papirs. Tlerms cash.
New arrival of men's heavy shoes,
the greatest values we over had. $1.98
to $350 Mitr opay
ck Sales--Small Profits
25c to Red Hot Special Dandy Suit 45c
43c 8c, 10c and 15c 48 to 95c to 89c
line of Men's Hats 48c up to $3.48
Big line of Men's
3 Pants going at 98c
~, ~ up to $4.95 for the
19c to 10c to 48c to Special 10c, 15c
45c 19c 98c 45c- to 45c
~~:yA. 4 LAUNDRED1
Big K." oMen' s
Special 98c to Special
19c and 48c $1.69 89c
1200 Boys Suits
nie goods from 10 to 35 per cent. less at the going at $1.45,
$1.98, $2.25 up to
5.39 for 6.50 kind
[ERE'S A REASON 1 1000 BARGAINS|
Store South Side of Public Square, O. B. 'Sinnon's Old Sand 10c each
Idle Hour AnnouncementZ
Don't let it stagger you!
We have contracted for the new $8,000,000 picture
program to start on Thursday of this week.
1 If you are acquainted with the Mutual Master picture pro- +
gram, you are to be congratulated, otherwise you are invited to
come and learn its superior qualities. Mutual fans have grown
. into the millions in the big cities since $8,000,000 has been placed
K& in improvements on the program.
Picture lovers are no longer entitled "Movie Fans," but now
'are known as "Mutual Fans." Mutual stars are the most popular
in the phantom dramas. There are millions who are visiting the *
. picture theatres simply on the Mutual brand. They need not ob
+ serve the title. You will be proud to see the lobby of the Idle +
Flour decorated with the slogan "All Star, All Feature $8,000,000 *
The Mutual Master Pictures, all good. Feature every day.
Not a dull minute in the week.
Follow the Crowds. Come and Bring Your Whole Family.
Five Reel Feature Friday
Four Reels Every Day