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* MADDEN NEWS, *
M'adden, Aug. 26.--Ve had two good
services at our regular meeting, de
spite the fact the loved pastor was ab
sent. Bro. C. 13. Lobo gave us a good,
helpful Gospel sermon Saturday af
ternoon on the all-reaching grace of
God to his children. Sunday morning
we had with us Bro. C. .11. Roer, who
talked to us on "A good soldier of
Jesus Christ". Like Paul of old we
today think In terms of war, and so the
lesson drawn by the speaker was in
every way appropriate. I speak for
the pastor and congregation when I
thank the two good brothers who are
ready and willing at all times "to be
about. the Master's business."
It is leisure time now with farmer
folks to some extent and visiting Is the
order of the day. The family of Mr. J.
Q. Brown spent Wednesday at Cross
William Farnum in
to the fut
now on o
all be re
Keys with Dr. and Mrs. Moseley.
Thursday they, accompanied by Miss
Robble i-ludgens, spent the day with
Mrs. Emma Monroe, near Goldville.
Both visits were enJoydd.
Mr. W. It. Hudgens, acconanied by
his daughter, Miss Robbie, and sisters.
Misses Langston, attended services at
Durbin Thursday night. They went
especially to hear a former pastor,
Rev. B. .1. Woodward and were sorry
they didn't get to hear him. They had
the pleasure of seeing him though and
his friends will be glad to hear "the
years sit lightly upon him".
Two of our good women were taken
suddenly III last week. Had the doc
tor with both, Miss :Hettie Cunning
ham and Mrs. Thurman Finley. Their
'riends will be glad to hoar that both
Little Myrtle Lee. the baby of .\r.
and Mrs. .J. ). Culbertson, has also
been right silk, but is better.
MR. Root. Timmneinrman and children
'True Blue" at the
plenished.a in th
'Tre Bure a imme
,~ allekns, Wither Sh
neay nl prier. r
of 'Charleston is up on a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Cora Madden. We iope
the stay in her childhood home will
restore Mrs. Timmerman to her usual
Mr. Palmer Roper of .\lcCormiek
caie by Saturday afternoon and car
ried Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore and
children with him to spend the week
end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Roper, of lIabun. Pal Is to join
the colors next week and wanted to
have a family reunion before he left
for service. Mr. .Jm iRoper accom
Panted Mr. and Mrs. .\loore home Sun
NMis$ RYelyn Williams, a charming
youngilddy: and recent graduate of
Winthio gf 'North Augusta, was the
pleasant guest recently of Miss Myra
Mrs. Claude Finley and little daugh
tyrs, Virginia and Dorothy, have re
turned from ai enjoyable visit to her
sister, Mrs. Traywick Long, of Cheraw.
Mrs. Sue Finley spent Sunday with
herl mother, Mirs. Della Cunningham,
of Mt. Pleasant, and to see her broth
cmr, Gary Cunningham, before he leaves
for overseas service.
.ir. P1. II. Martin left Saturday for
his work in Atlanta, after a stay with
Hlamilton Brown, of the navy yard,
of Charleston, is on a 10-days' fu rlough
to ioiefolks here .
Little Miss Sara Roper spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Thad Moore.
irs. .1. A. WVofford and children re
ently had a pleasant call on Mr. and
.\lrs. Goorge irown. While there we
stood by a spring known to have had
tle rocls fixed around it over 100
years ago. We sampled the water and
it is good. Besides enjoying splendid
fr'uit, the trees of which were planted
by lie hands of Ileso good people, we
aliso ate 'ears from a iree 100 years
old or more. One little boy was so
ieased with his visit that lie said he
t wenn bites of his good "tater custard".
"We'ilhe back tomorrow, Aunt Thel
.\lrs. 1,11a Lea Wright, of I'endleton,
and Mrs. .lessie Atklis, of Clinton.
w'e1e ieCent guests of .Ir. and .\lrM. I.ee
We are indebted to Ilhe kind thoughl
furness ofi these good neighbors for a
pleasant ride Su nday afternoon, vs
well as a call on sick folks. We ap
preciato the kindnoss.
The ulnin That Does Not Affect the Head
pecause of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
TIVC BIROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quitaine and does not cause nervousnessl sc.r
rn:ig in head. Remeiber the fuil onne and
'oak for the signature of E. TV, GROVE2, .
a You Aboa
s been a steady dec
the past months-.
~rn markets, where
med to be a fair su~
the least. In ordei
e made generous Pu
rig they will last we
past we are unable
promises to be at ai
irts, Blouses, Under
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EKOM NEIS. I
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Rev. W. L.'Culbertson, of Commerce,.
Gh., and son, of LaGrange, Ga., paid
a short visit to his old home and rela
tives here last week. They were ac
compallied back home by Miss Jessie
ir. Henry Pinson has been on a
few days' visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mirs. 11. .11. Pinson.
Mrs. Luranie McDaniel and daugh
ter, Margaret, visited her parents, Mr.
iiand Mrs. J. P. Elledge Sunday, to be
with her brother, George, who is with
homefolks for a few days. George Is
now working on the ships that sail
across the deep blue sea.
Mrs. Jennie Hamilton and son, Jack,
are visiting relatives at Cross 1111l and
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cooper and
Miss 10velyn Culhertson spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Mr. Edgar
litirts and family of the Woodrow
Dr. Cooper and wife, Mir. I. C. Ci-i
hertson an1id wife, and Mr. Carl Cil- i
lierstison ver .lopping in Laurens re
Whi.n Shumld a 'r'in - ce
Whiy sioudi~i a Prince 01 (owpJiltuchl
('rai and(l king or the range abandon his
Aiizoa reahn to be an iEnglish Earl?'
William Farmitm in "True Blue," gives
the answer in typical Americani word
an(d action at the Opera louse FPcday.
DON'T RIlSK N.E lE('T,
Don't neglect a coistait backache.
slarp, darting pain1s or urinary dis
'rders. The dangeri of (I ropsy or
i righl's disease Is too serious to ig
1Oire. I'm, Doan's Kidney Pills as have!
yori' friend.s and neighbors. A Lau-!
Mlrs. Iob Templelton, 23.'- Oak St.,
"We have used Donnl's Kidney
illis an,( have Foiuind thim to be jus't
i..s good as advert ised. ty kidneys
..'it act ri;:hi and I w hardly ahe
1o go oil acconliit of I v pain in my
back. I had severo pa s over miy kid
,('ys and my limb1s, et, ha
o wer ;swolilen. v T isd to
usec Moan's Kidnv "I e and did so.
1l.very hWt of, the swlin et me, Ilhe
itpills disappit'ear'd I d mly (l i kidn .
wer'1e( ' regula'. I give'the (redit of
(11r1110 o ans K d Pills."
The ab1ov, :0tatemil was givenl onl
h~ircl 10, 1911 and on .arch 26, 1915
Alr%. Temnpletonl Said: "I aml glad to
..ain recoiniend DI oan's Kidney I ills.
I havnii't had to use a kidtiey re'medy
inCe Doan's Cured m e Some yrils
ago. I advise anyone troiled with
their kidneys to give this riemiedy a
610v at all dalers. Poster-M.\ilburn
Co., M.\fgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
ut Dry G'oo
rease in the supply <
sven years. Our b
he found a con tinue4
>piy for the present,
r to be assured that
rchases in all depar
do not know anid v
to say. We can oi
ny time this year an<
wear, Children's Sca
iEll) ('ROSS MEETING
AT SANDY SPRINGIS
A iecting in the uiterest of the
Red Cross will be helld at Sandy
-11rings church next Sunday morning,
September Ist. Miss Crawley, secre
Calomel Today! S
- I Guarantee D
Don't take nasty, danger<
Calomel salivates! It's n9ercury.
Calomel. acts like dynarjie on a
sluggish liver. When calomel comes
into contact with sou file it crashes
into it,causing cramy ng and nausea.
If you feel biliouly, co
stipated anl all knocked out, just go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents
which is a harmless vegetable sub
stitute for dangerous calonel. Take
a spoonful and it it doesn't start
A college of highest stpr(fard,
intentionally limited e5kIbilment
'o year cotirses leaff to the Ba
eal iIrse 'a special fi attre. Nitk
1917 under War D)epartmeiwt'Mu
ds and Clol
af merchandise and
uyer, Mr. T. C. Swi
~iscarcity of goods a
however, with indic,
all the. needs of our
twents and these g<
rhether or not the st
s~ay that our stoc]
I that at present this
Iool Dresses and all
taTy of the Home Relief (Department
of lite Laitrens chapter of the Red
Cross will be p~reseit and i make an ad
(i ess. The public Is Invited to attend
SUJhSCIRBI' FOR THE' ADVhIRTiSOR
odson's Liver Tone
)us calomel when bilious,
by. Listen to me I
your liver and straighten you up
better and quicker thitan nasty calo
mel and without making you sick,
you just go back and get your money.
If ou take calomnel today you'll be
si'Mk and nfuseated tomnorrow; be
Sides, it may salivate you, while if
you take Dodson's Liver Tone you
will wake ip feeling great, full of
ambition and ready for work or
play. it is harniless, pleasant and
safe to give to children; they like it,
open to men and to women. An
Dnsu res individual Instruction.
lelor's Degree. The Pre-Med
lations, is in charge of U. S. Army
>n, S. C.
V E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
alers In everything for the ceme
le largest and best e(Iipped mon
ntal mills in the Carolinas.
lENWOOD, . . S. C.
EIGH, - - - - N. C.