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* MADDEN NEWS. *
Madden, Aug. 1.-Fodder-pulling Is
now the order of the day through here
despite the foot that experiments
have proven that it does not pay to
pull fodder. As it Is an old custom
it seems hard to break away from.
Farmers argue however, that fodder
for a roughn5ess, like the little fellow's
Ibroad '11ii jam. is hard to beat!
Owi ng to the fact t hat so malny pro
tracted Ieetings are aronli(d us the
Sunday school at lrospect was (uite
Prof. 1". Y. (ulbert son prewachd for
-the brethreI at ],:lgston's cIurI'cl
Suniiday Iftl(r1nool. It has come to tlhec
ears of this serihe that the afore-aid
Serionl or le' ture of the (e(ditor (if T'ie
I erld, is Llo the foddet and the hoy's
breadti ald ja10m---hari'd to IetC alSO.
lisses Juanita and lKathleenl A1art!ini
of Winstoi-Sa l'iim, arrivedl hoeic Alon
fhay m i r for a vacationi.
liss Mtarie .\Aadd(n, wh hias b en
at work in the oillee of the president
of l'(i(mit College. durig the stium
me". is ow at hom'. Ib 1.othit r has
been (uite unwell for the mast few
w (ks. She is imptroviif Slowly.
NMessirs. Carroll and (ccil Ala tin
and(1 :ittle Elizabeih. of Lexineton. N.
C., have rm-lurnd homlio after visit
ing thiri rnd pa rents. 'Ir'. amd .\lrs.
J. R. Fin-y a'nd oitler relatives ht.
Mr. and lirs. T. L. Finley visited MIr.
and Mrs. Luther Finley o)f Mt. 'leas
ant Friday fternoon. We are Corryil
to hear that Mlrs. Luther Finley is not
Mir. T. S. Lanuston all dia1gIter at -
tentled services at tlie llidge Sunday
and heard "The Alabaster Box", a Iivery
forceful sermon. by 11i'o. Mont gollery.
Mi. and .\Mrs. .arvin Rhodes. Aliss
lihodes and Air. Pal 1opeir, of AMeCor
Ii'k. were the guests Sunday of Alr.1
an(l mirs. Thad 'moore.
We are glad to know that Air. and
3Mrs. Wistar Mart in who sold thei
farm nearl here. will go no farther
tPan Larens and so e shall see them
"ha'k homfl" right often.
Mr. and Mirs. P)ress Wofford. of
Calexico. California. Mir. a i Airs. .1.
.1. Wofforld. Mrs. Salli' Wofford. and
ATiss Grace Wofford and 1Mi's. Sut
C(Ooper, (if WoodIruff. wver(. The C-nepo
SIndlay of Mir. and irs. .1 ..\. Wofford.
Al1r. and \lr'e. Gr'iff tFin'oy vi' '
5r. 31ayd AIndden1 S'mhy afet ooil.
W- ar ad to know that Al M-. Filec
S Old. to b1, out nin
Alima- \lh-toan h.\l'nn Itte Gi 1.
oN.1 .'uit' n '\I'1 ( 1 FM n i !
lan Moore were the guests of Miss
Mlaudo Wofford Alonday afternoon
when she celebrated her thirteenth
birthday. The little folks had a pleas
ant hour together. Refreshments
were served by Misses Azile and
Martha Sue Wofford.
mir. and Mirs. J. ). Bryson visited
their sister, lrs. Wim. Byrd, Jr. Sun
.1irs. Josephine 'Marilin and ciiithirea
are visiting relatives nevar Gray Court
an(1 Ora this week.
When one' has a crowd of coipany
e('0ms in nlifpc'tedly and the sum
mr !:rde h1 as runil out anld the fall
nh ~iiinot vet arrived, it reinevs one's
ina i hi uinaitity for a little nieighbo
who hms a few veoetables. to divide
:p! ( thi anlis to .\r. andl Ts. T. I.
F i or 11he roaslt iinug ears anfl ohra.
11A Il'N N E3. *
R.un . \ug. 1 .- irs. Slowart Ala
honi hd a vry load spell of aeute inl
(1d stn last week. but is now rapid
IY iltpro vIn.
\r. Dow is Aalon. while out driving
last weX, let his horse rull away and
aused him to reCeive swveral very
Mr. Will Boll umrhised a notlie r
Ford au)to last week.
.lMr. Dnnis Owens left for Asheville
last week, where he will spend several
AIrs. Riebecca Owens visited 'Mrs.
Cautide Wasson, of Fiendsli1,, last
M rs. George,( Bahh visited hor sis-1
ters oft Barksdiale and Shillna, last
AIr. JulIus fa)b and family of AMerna
spent Thursday night with Mi. and
Airs. George IHabh.
.lMrs. llouiston Babb and ('children, of
(Gray( Court. spient Saturday night witi
ir. u'lily ilahh and family.
Al iss Alli 1abb is Visiting AIrs. T.
II. Babb1 of Gray Court.
lessrs. 1inC aIdI lloraee Cheek, of
"auI rens. visited ll.i. Geoise Babb last
AIss$'ara lIrte is visiting rela
ti*v.r i G;r'.-nille this wveek.
Thib litIteun iion.
The eunioni of Ite 111hh family.
' lot hibl . d \\sed, v ill he held
I n Creek (-w, I Iy hi ur h . , ipt.
4. .\l Imtember1Ind Coneti ions
4f !ho famir r i ur- t0 1e Iree nt
:-Id "rin't %,,, il fl as e s
NWnanV3- -&U- ....
NtEW YORKERS HAVE
TO TRAVEL A-FOOT
Subway and Elevated System Para.
lyzed by Strike. X011ons M31ust Walk
hIIles to Their Work.
New York, Aug. 17-The vast sub
way and elevated system of the In
te'borough Rapid Transiit iomipany,
operating in Manhattan, the 1lnroh.&
and parts cf Biroole Lyn and Qalcen.a,
was completely patrlyzed today by
a strike :lIed last night by P. J.
Connoly, acting president of the
t rotherhool of intriborough Rapid
'Tranw't Companly lmpoyes. Tle day
passe:d vithoqut violence.
Tle e -p w hich began proaptly at
I a. Im., as ordered, vith th1 relfusa of
Tews to startt r mis froma the carbarins
blnle absolute at C a. Im., wheni the
lat of the tri sent out before .1
o'clock comileteld th iuns, were
smlutned into thv~havns and abandoned.
\ that hour :Stikler(s In the Inter.
hor-oghlt 2 lIowetrhwose shit off the
Lowvet causing a tlempoary stoppage
of traflle otn the su rface lines of the
New York Railways and the 'Manhat.
tonl sptirs of thle - Urooklyn Rapii
Tran sit Company, wihichli use Inter
Three powerhottses rtesimed opera
tions an houtr Iater, however, peri it
ling resi tp ion of traffe on these
Hles. whtich were .iammed tii roughout
tht( day as were Ile stenam railroads,
"Autolmbile trocks, sighseeing buses,
and boat lines which (ssayed to take
careo of tl, ecrowds.
With every prospect of a coniInuta
tion of the absolute tie up totiorrow
city offiialsA and Ihe public serivice
commission wcre lennlltg every effort
ton ight towatd establishing emergency
rainsportation for the nearly 2,~00,
000 persons w)ho will swarm tile thor
oughibares leading Into Manhattan
seeking transportation to thri r places
lore thaii 1.200 large motori trucks
and sightseeing huses liave beell press
ed into setvice and operate over
touttes corespoiding to those of the
interlborotu gli systetm.
The strike vwhilh began this morn
ing was delarled by the police to be
so far, one of tle most otderly large
srik es ever ealled in New York, hut
it. was estitmated that ser-iouis trouibloe
illight h? expeeled if tlie compan y de
tided to 1ma1ke an aft tampt to operate
InIesti:a t ionls by District Att orney
The Quinine That Does Not Affect. the Head
lcca.!se of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
T:vi titB(it0 Q'iNt IS is better thin ordtinary
unininle nu does not cause niermusniess not
i iri .inl !.'.d. R membuer the full na1me n.C '
k for the signntuc of )-'. IV. G E 30cg
Marin of the 'Bronx will be resumed
tomorrow in an effort to obtain evi
dence in substantiation of Mayor Hy
land's charge that the strike was the
result of collusion between ofilcials of
the Interborough and the Brotherhood,
which is a company union, in an ef
fort to force an increase in fares.
Harry Jones, national organizer of
the Amalgamated Association of Street
and Pl'ectrlc Railway EIployes, which
is perfecting an organization of In
terborough employes as a rival oftho
Brotherhood organization, charged to
niight that olicials of the company had
refused an offer of the Amalgamated
to furnish the coipany with 1,000 men
Io I'tn ti ins.
Dist rict Altorney Martin announced
fonightI he had received several re
ports that strikers had declared they
did not rare how long the strike last
(1d as they wvere "getting lpaid for
One of the reports he added, qluoted
a striker as saying he was "getting
time and a half."
. Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
RU[NG BLIt? -
TAKE A CALOTAB
Wonderful How Young and
Energetic You Feel After
Taking Nausealess Calo
If you hav not tri Calotabs you
have a deli itful rprise awaiting
you. The w nde 'ul liver-cleansing
and system-i I, ying properties of
calomel may ow be enjoyed without
the slightest unpleasantness. A Calo
talh at hedtime with a swallow of wa
tecr-ithat's all. No taste, no salts, nor
the slightest unpleasant effects. You
wake tup in the morning feeling so
good that you want to laugh about it.
Your liver is clean, your' systemil is
urified. youIll appetite hearty. Eat
what yo:u wish-nO dIager. The next
tiie you feel Iavy. imleanl, niervous, blue
or discouriagied give yourI liver a' thor
otgl (leansing with a Calotabs. They
so erfeet that your 1 druggist is
:ihorized to rnfund th price as a
tina jir 'that you wpl h - delighted.
('alotabs are sold otly. in orildnal,
ld (] packiages. Price th irty-fle
n At all dtrig stores-(.dv.)
Dr. Chas. A. C omer
VETERINARY SURGE9* & IST
Service Day and ilJ
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telepiones: Residence 201; Office 45
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
wats6 it? Whtouwsti i er u intmh
bank, would pile u s ast you could finally invest it
in some substan 17C1hing.
That money you are wasting now would make your
old age comfortable and happy if you had it in our
Come in and see us. We will cheerfully advise
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Casier
Mae URbak OU bnk
FINE FARM LANDS
We have decided to sub-divide our John Mills farm of
800 Acres into small tracts of from one, two and three
horse farms, and sell at Auction soon. Exact ate later.
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LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA