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- * MAD1EN -NEWS. *
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Madden, Sept. 1.-From the "tang"
in the air we are nade to realize that
the fail of the year is 1pon 'us, the
harvest days are here. Cottonis be
ginning to open1 rapidly.
School opened at New IlrOspect Mon
(lay as well as the city schools. Afnd
den is Well reprenI(ted In tile hIgh.
1hool at lIaurels, an even dozen go
from ouri comu; nll111) ity to tihe graded
school. Isn't it a pretty good m11110
for Luriens to agitale a high school
for tlt, to wI and Country 'boys and
girls and iilude agrieultiire and do
nltie science. It seeis that the
time is ripe for such a step.
We are glad to be able to report
thatt a lest room1 is now 1)0eing it ted
n) for tle bilellt of the ihsiness Wo
MCiI of the town of IbaiIrens, as Well
as for the country womiell who go inl
shoppilng.. We tIrust that the good
mothers will take advantage of fhis
,ll to rest, Pat their 111111 and make
Ihe trip to t'iI which has heretofore
)een1 such a h111 deiI now)1' a Ipleasure.
The room i1.Is inl the Court house, where
tlhe RIed CIos had haddilarters. Aliss
1Ia is who is onle of the leadinig
spirits. assilres ile thaI the meI
(han1s were 'tulle genirols in 1heir
contI1ribi ltions. I feel ire this room
vill ill a long-felt want and we counl
try folks must show -oiuir appreciation
by using it.
.\Irs. Cora .ladden has retu 1 rned
home after I plelasalnt trip to Wash
ington. She went by water fron
Friends of .\lrs. 1ay 1Aladden1 will
be glad to hear she is stronger and
is gailning,zlowly, but surely. Iler
daughter, Mlrs. Kate Htell, of Green
wood, spent part of last week withl
Misses Sara liryson and Fann Iie
II lidgens and John .loore Iluldgens
were the Sunday guests of liss Loul
Mrs. liena Brown is not, so well
these days, her1 mal friends will re
gret. to hear.
Aliss ltitpifi Trolvell, of ColuIm
hia, ai a reeit guiest of .Aliss Azile
. TAR A CALOTAB
Wonderful How Young and
Energetic You Feel After
Taking This Nausealess
If you have not tri -Calotabs you
laive a delightfil surprisetwaiting
. youI. The onderfulI liveruleansing
a111d system-illrifying p tlr, Pf'ties of
(alomlel miay now lie enjoyed withlout
the si lihtest un ptea ant ness. A Calo
lahi at heditimel withia swal Jwa
il-r-t hat's all. No tste , fl5, 1nor
thle slightest unipleas ~Iefs. You
wake upl in the mnor ig feelinig so
good that you want to laugh about it.
Your Iliver is clean, your systeim is
pur11iflied, your appetite hear'ty. Eat
what you 'wish--no dianger. '1The niext
t imie you feel lazy, mean, nlervouls, 1b1ue
o1' is icouraged give0 yo~ur1 lIver a thor1
ough cleansing with a Catotaba. They
are so perfect that your druggist Is
aut horizedt to refund the pice as a
guia rantee t hat you will be dleli1ght1ed.
C'alotabs are sold( onily in original:1,
sea led packages. Price thlir'ty-flye
cents. At all drug stores.-(adv.)
~ - "Daddy Lc
Coming Soon t
Mr. John Power and daughter, Miss
Ora, and Mr. and Mrs. U. A. 'Power,
of Laurens, were the recent guests
of Air. and Airs. J. A.' Wofford.
The Misses Langston, of Trinity
Ridge, and Wlss Jimminl Atkins, of
Clinton, were guests last week of
Aliss E.llen Langstoni.
Mlr. T. S. Laigston attended the
Union meeting held with Cross 11111
laptist c(huilrch, Satiurtdiy.
Aliss Azik Wofford tt!so attenlded
thev W. A. I. ann ual me.tm. held with
[rss fill sociely, \\edneind y. Alis~s
Woifreil was one of 1he s'tealt'rs for.
ilit ovca:shmtl. .\isse OratI l'owes aist
attended al td (1joyed the! W. .l. 11. a1t
.\Ir. Thad Mloore hlas, ncepted 'the
place -its cottoit weighervi at Llaattrens
and will miiove' his famtily Ip alter
There 'vaL jIltlihe a Lala '>easionl al,
(Ith hoi . o Mr. ano .ifs Geo. Brown
l''ridlay wh1en thec children1 all11m
homei to celehiate the intal dhry of thet
Ol a r(eint tri to l'atr'is we were
delig~hteil to Inivt Rev. \\. It. W1iller,
of' Aii-tin, Tex., and especially so Is
ie is a ieighbotr of outr only broltir,
1)r. (;. W. ('1ninitughtatmI. Friendnls of
10he later. will be galto hlave first
hand infornation that h1e- is well antd
doing w\(.Iell nth Loline Star State.
Mrs. IEdwards, of litart Switz.r, is
onl a visit to her. Sisler, Mlrs. leonlard.
for Ithe past week.
The .\lisses .\larlin and .\lessis.
Brlowit and .\addenl sptl Friday at
the homei of .\lr. ald .\rs. 'Cox nlein
colD0) PO1 INT N i'WNS. *
Cold P'oint. Sept. ' .---.\l. anId Mrs.
-(.1Gy llrown. and childrenl, after
sp)1ndinlg .somel timei with Nir-s. l-" L.
Leake, have returned to thevir hio !in
.11 r. anId lrs. [alvin'. Rhodes, of
Greeniwood emmtly, spentl a1 Few days
ast week it .lativ.s here. I . a
.\I r. Iny A . A Ioore-v, who h IIa s been
inl AnmguSta1 for soine liline, has accept
vd a1 IIositionl with .\l.. Ilyonl Nicholls
atl( the quarrv.
.\ v. anld \ irIs. 11. 1. ! roa dway, of
Sinticii. spenl lat: week with Mrs.
\ lr. i. .l ISY I Il ca\em of I inio
co ntyil *, i- -!wendina a few fiays wit.
his f her .
NI r. GY 1.. Alom weni over to
Groedr' sariay to li isas wam
lyt who warsvi il n reh ives there.
.\l-: . ToIa I . nain an and chibren
p nt h.1!e. weik witih hilr Si other, Mrs.
.loo C'. Wcolls- of 1,anre ns
.X r. n . i'. \\h ler went ovI r to -
I'nlLI county1 v unmday to !see his mloiher.
Mir. I\'altils Nem lrix was in lutIr sI
S'!turII.da.1y on b! InI s
Ii'ru . W. i' t ian i a r1. I rn d
from a pilea s .otiii sa i lldi erson vill
and .\shvillo. N. C.
itd relatives~ herllst kwekt'. La~'
ShOperas ose dyt e i
* ORA NEWS. *
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Ora, Sept. I----11SSes DessI!o Byrd
and 10lizabeth Hagan and Rev. I. N.
Kennedy attended the conference at
Linwood, N. C.
.lessrs. George and Ralph Blakely
v1sited lr. Willian Illakely at Wrens,
(nI., last week.
lr. Salmueol Blak ely spent milost of
last weekl inl the llotlit ahins of North
'arol in ii *
AlevSSrs'. ('harht -; Blakely, l-rd lattle
and \I\'. KennlII(*ly einjoyed (altpiig it
Varb'loigh's .\lill the past week.
Alisses largar(t, utll. and (atlier
ine Blakely,' Ilizableth and Nanniie
Vonna'_ Tribbile .1nd .\r. Illakely Trib
Ile, visiteIl re'latives here last wei k.
\Ir. iatil mil' 'leniling and faim ily. .\I.
.l. I,. mle('lintock and famnily, and .\r.
David \lClinlock and i family. Spent
several dlay in the imloiuitains of
North Carolina recently, going ithrough
Ilhe counitry inl lteir vars.
l i Aliv A l ryson a d .\l r. Hillie
Ilryson) visited the(ir- 'aunt. .\rs. laivy
Watsonl, of Bradley, roecently.
liss Margarel lBvrd will also leave
tlhis w\eek to tale tup) helr dlivs inl the
school room) as leacher of L.alin in
one of tlhe city schools of (;reeivill.
MY 1AIR HEALTHY
"By using Vildroot regularly, I keep my
scalp entirely free from the itching crust
of dandruff, the cause of most hair trouble.
I owe my luxuria)t hair - the envy of
my friends-to this guaranteed dandruff
THE GUARANTEED HAIR TONIC
For zate here snder a
l\miInalleni r ot t
First Shi pment of Season
We will have to arrive today a
fresh shipment of fresh horses, well
selected and carefully bought. They
will consist of high grade work
horses and classy drivers.
Come and look them over; the
prices are right.
W. P. Childress on
"FIRST PEEK AT YOUR NEW FALL OUTFIT"
Whether it's because they haven't time or cis e to bother anyone, many
men hesitate to ask to see anything except the items that they came in for.
You should "look around" especially at the beginning of a new season.
For that matter there's likely to be something new and interesting every time
you stop in.
Here's a "First Peek at Your Fall Outfit." We hope that you'll not hesi
tate to stop in and ask to see anything that you find interests you as you look
through this booklet.
T'WILL BE A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU
A GOOD PLACE*TO TRADE