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4 j i ' Is I ,- r .'!-, ' ' -over Lob 1 7 , iiiK-j 8u-i iuu,ity -r '-. i !. of Dm fumily of i.. i the ( U III- l. i. M Lewie of W'aycro-i, (ii'i -t for a short ' time of cf, ra. II. S. Tindtll. Uu., her II. M. "ay lor 18 greatly on j ;y t i a with f.l.uds and rulstiv. i ji. on, U She will be away fiom ,o about t-.vo weeks. S-r vices w,ll be held in the Kpis-;cp.il t .mcU next 2unday morning at T! o'cloek. A coru.i.j invitation i'e extend ifl to all to be present. Rev. Curli Cfubb, Ksctor. ' s . . Ciipl. W. W. lVhiti..ck, one1 cf our okitst and nioet respected citizens, had a bud full hst vrn-k which resulted'm a fractured hip bona, and he U now two lined to his bed suffering much pain and d scoiiif .rt. V gincerely trust that no more serious result will follow the accident. ' ' The last excursion cf the year will i C run by the Seetxerd t Fernandas on uexCMonday, 30th ins'. TLt ecil trniii wii) loRve Madison .it 0 o'clock in tbe moraine and ro'urn;' will laaye Femaadina at C o'clock i tne afternoon, 'i 1 e fare from Wad:) - ,or the round is only f J 23, chetip - ugh, in all oon n -lence, und everyl u who wacta t hi.? Uiieci'portuniiv for epeudiD(( a day at U.e pBlicre Imruber the data aud tia:e of leaving f i,:.ii!U)n limy bo 1 r Any furlt,er io- ly Con the v: ilk i - f ' ' -s Tjiri!( Jonin, & i: : "i yi t: i io:ii ', of Jnoiann v : ill g,: i- r-ciBl btn ss an Y.p w iil'i f io ji-Ilffit. ' Mits Ju;;l!4 IB B (I.k-.i! or;f late Dr. J. N. Jotif . v !, f ii--.: a residbd in Madiiioa at,d v i n . - .it.' it!e?s affectionately reniem- ny. Miss Lucile is to Lib . 'U the spring from the Gurry F"v jiresoion of Boston and her have every where been received .;htp'l iifprwiation. I'nrticu ' . irf'". plu' c nod tivkefa will be ,i o I'H.O ,' . 1 Never i a . inioth m kr nrond of the confidence the people ' Of : MadisonA County :ri ' l;avo xhviiyz- f sto wed upon us and tlie complirtcn us by whispering; among: themselves the by word: ; t W Kf h- 4kV i .s ,A1tco.FLAu THURSDAY, .Mnmie (ioodlircad is v!.'fiVer aur.t. .Mrs. II. H, Mclntyrp.' ' . . 'v ; J Cii. Hiid Sirs. 'C' B. Aahlf-y s'moit Stinday with Mr. and Mr'.. T. C.'Siiuith. at Kuwafnien Hpringa, ' ', , ,. , . Fob Salh:A dout)i-biir'led'bam merlc.ii uliot gun. Exoellf nt bird, gup.. WiH Ke!i cheap. '. Carroll Smith. k the r-t;uliir nujiitbly niefcthiK of 'the F.liK'.bwtb Ilafrla Chapter will bn lu'ld W.:i)fBdny, September 1st ;.Mra. yv j.. t'lurnuiore Rp", be liottea and 8 pleas-' it u.n I rv-;' ifiV 'Vby.tba tnembwj the chspt'-r , . . '. Considcriib'rt ttAj r is r.ow beinj Mtn"ieUiu' Ui vnrioos. buyers in difTur. ti:'-turta of the Count: y: , 'j'hepe eitfwa "' largely Cna to 'ilia vflurtn.of Messrs. FivilelijU and Hardto' who have ,rusde two trips in ihe lulertst of our tobacco growers. We are fuformed that the price ret ehed for the tobacco it) aall. rictxvy." Whet Is more- to the. point, purhape, la that out tobacco has been hioiiKh to tbe atlintioo of large mrtnu-f-.i-tut-nra in. all pru of the "United : ;.itf;s uol a niarkxt created, which f ill prove profitable In 1he future.' ' " -v s :i . ' . Mr. .1. F. Hewitt, secretary of CH k LavetLocal, requests, us to announce that thf re will be a big Union dinner at BeuW cbtii-ch ou Friciay, Sept. 3rd, the County Union meeting that daywlt.h Onk Level Local, f n od speakers are expected to be pretent and a cordial in Vitatloo U extended f o ' everybody to coma and brin well iiiled bask eta. ' . Card were recused ia this city on Monday announclii? the marriage on Saturday of Prof- or Grant 'Wheeler and Misa Sadie Welch, . the ceremony occurring at the liome of the bride In New Philadelphia, Ohio. Professor and Mm. Vyheler v.iil beat borne in Madi son after "AuKu.xt -'i',b" to-Jiiy or at least that is what tha curd elated, eo we presume they will arrive her to day or before the end of the week. Pro ktQX Wheeler is assistant principal of the Normal Institute end one of the best and most popular tcnchei, Madison hue ever bud. He if held in the highest otteern by all cf our people, without exception, ai.d all wish him and hie bride the richest blaesinfrs during thtdr married life, v . in the history i e m , V . '- A stock of Shoes for Fall and . ' 1 pfifl' 0f W. t r f " ' ' f I ' Col ('.' A,-., V VVHB n ijUbil'ri.H i :i tor t6 'i'mfut:iy;t' yeto'i.tuy. . . , Iir'n to Mr. and .NJrii, J.' .V. Wade-. Wirth oi) Tueelny, a girl baby. . ( . M,r. P. Hz tVn.'rflc' 'oft vl'uestlay 1 fertiooB l"f a wshjU'u visil to her daugh ter, Mrs. Kiiink'H Va!K-r, in , Vuldosla. XilisBes Antiln 'pecs9 Li)!a Fralettjh returned lust Thursday from a very pleasant visit of two'week with Jlifiss ssueie BeuK ' Povo, Ga. ' ' ' Mr,. J. M. Brown died at bis bomu'in Lbs last Sunday and, yrg burled Monday in Stonewall churchyard, Itev. J. T. Farnell elliclating. . Deceaeed "was. a member of Bethel Camp, W; O. W.,and the ornari:zr:lori had charge of the fu neral wbfctr was Attended, by s ' large concoorae osorrowing friendB. Atvld nw and four children areleff to mourn tbe loiva of i lorlnr busbatftl and, father. At Jhe home bf the bridai in Jasper on Wednesday, Auk. 18th, ; Col, Joi. N. Striplinir and Mrs. Ella Blackwell were united in riiarrlaxe by Rev. George F. Scott, pastor of the Jasper Methodist church. Uol. Stripling la one of Flori '.:' mkst prominent attorneys bavins his oUices in JackaonvW'e with a. prac tice which extends tj fj parta of the Slate. He 1 well known and bi!H ""(er'tceil in thi town, of which be waa . r loany years a valued citizen and to whirb be niRkea frequent Visits nn in li ft practice of bis profeeeioD. Mrs. Stripling, as Mra. Blackwells was for u.any Jrars a . reeident of Japper and bas always been'proiuioectly IdentiCed with the social aod relleibus lifuof that town. ; Juimediately after the marriage Col. and Mrs. Btrlpliog left for. an; ex tended trip in ttev nortb .after which they will return to their home In Jiiek eonvilie. . , i " A Weaklin,' is the only way to deecrlbe the'' poor child that is afflicted with worms. fJo matter how much or how often If eats, the worms get all the nourishment from the food.' the child'geta practical ly none. .White's Cream Vermifuge gets rid uf tne worms quickly, easily and with no bad after effects. Price 25 cents a bottle. Hold by w. B.' Davis of our .business ' have we bought such a ; r v., L. Douglas, riorsb-iiiil, ''Ralston, Btnkport, U i :ra, H;iarrlsburf;,' Cf'ad f; i doclc Term:; !'-Buster"Brovn. AUG LTST,26 , .1909. Farmers L'nlon Bally aaS Picnic It ws our p .. 1 fortun stJit pit vilfgc to'ttttcml the 'Fanners Union R:illj' a:id Picnic at Hanson ,an ' lafet Thursday aiirt to minH with a large number of the farmers of.tlie lounly who werfl' there in great, liufabertf, nearly every taction., of the' county belyg repreBenleiL' V J '. . Both before anJ after1 dinner sotpe good spfeuhcivfere delivered. SiyWr Uttonilept George .W, Tedder'i pre sidwt over" the". meetinS ' which was bold in tbe'lnrge taberfjaole aud ,io. trodUQed the several' epeaketa; . be fore tlinDer the.iisspmbtige was , ad dressefl Jby County SuperinteEdent Jackson of Hatuilton county and Hon. A..5. Mtb'arge, demonstrator in the ' serviu -of the government. Thp.addr'ess'bf'tbia gentleman; was particularly fine and instructive Af ter theso -two ipeeoheg , the crowd adjourned to' tbe table8 tieaf )y whfeb were xla1d wiib , an abundance ' of good tilings, to. "eat. cooked ' as only the wlvee of fatuners know .bow to cook, and what "tbaciowd -(lid to that splendid spread was -an' ample sufficiency." Myihow we did eat. . After diuner 'the-' peppl "again gatirered-again iu'tlie tabernaole. and listened to splendid addresses by Dr. Trlbble' of , Columbia College and llon M. ( S.' 'Khight' ' of Columbia connty, Stnte Presideni of .the or ganization.x, Tlie dav "was'full of. pleasure and f rotftto all present aw) tbe niembers ol lbe(.Fta'rinersl Union of Madison county cohered . Jtleru -serves with glory, by the 'excellent manner in which they entertained, , ' ' Active at 87. ". Thia would be unueunl news If men acd wouiewould keep tbemtelveB fre from rheumatism and all. aches and pains as well as keeping . tbair. muaclne and Joints limber with linllard's Sootf Liniment. . Sold by y. B. U.yiB. Winter. ; ;We' - au a . V I , pua,. . b - .,-is&.. ie h mi m. '1 A . : Mnetta News- r ' ... "The recent sbr.tccis hivc the? at:nonh'eri! ,- butg- it ! CCI.JcJ ia . M l .Warm enough. ', , ;The revival nu'eUr.g4' sta:ti (Vup Juat yuU(Uy and has been oi. ' i) out frr a jveek', don't know bow much ' longer,' Kev. Urautly from Curra belle u 's'ing Kcv. "Bradford in the meeting. ' W Men. C. E, Cooily is on a visit to ner parents, Mr. and Iilrs. W, P. Crawford. - . - 4 . . Mr! and Mrs. G. Owens is being dftUim'od in Xortli Cktolin.i on ac count of Jlrs. Owens getting hurt by a fall. We hope she , eooa recover sufficiently to make I lie tnp home. " i ' ' ' ;' - ' ..... -f. Several from here attended the Furniers Union picnic at Ilntiaon lawt "Tbursday. ; '' ' -' - .. irejrs, C. E, and Tom Coody , spent ft few hours between - tiaius here Sunday.'1 . ' .If (8, Hall retnrm'd to her Lome ia H-iLira lat Fridity mornino af'. r a' wec6 Very pleasantly spent "'wU!,lier ' sinter, Mrs. W. II. K. Terry. ' U'e would not be s;u;i ' d at any time to hear the wedi'iii I ells ring. VVe have in mind: one young man. 11 that baa his"boi:se( almost completed. - Judge" Martin of , 'Madison spent last Friday here as tU guest of W. fSuUey." . .,. . J ; . NQTiGg. - J. . i .. i- ( Beginning Vedne liy, St j f . 1st, j we will open at 9. a. ui. :..u I i ' .,ae'at ' i i. m.- .. ' . '..-'',''.' ; .''...Firsl-Nalil-nal IWt.'k',..-'. By J. VV. Wa U, a oi ' i. ,' Cusbier. , 1 - Citicue BnnU , . . . , ,'-,Iy C. Li .Iorrow, bushier. ' c are ;;pariic '