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TIME TO EXERCISE PATIENCE
Machinery of Butlne??, at Present ?
Little Out of Order, Will Soon
Be Running Smoothly.
Now Is the time for all good Ameri
can# to be patient. It is true that the
times are out of Joint. Nothing is done
the way It should be dom?, a plague of
Incompetence is upon us, there has
been a general slowing down in all
branches of hustness and Industrial life
nnd n general lowering of the average
of social efficiency. But it is the war,
and we must have patience. Don't flare
op und tell us thatJt takes ten win
ma as.ik'i; s,.",i a.
your party at all. You ought to bo
thankful for any party.
And the elevators I And the clerks!
They do not wait on you. You wait on
the clerks, oh, so long. And It Is going
to be worse?for a while. But it is
the war, and it Is to be expected and
we will have to put up with It Busi
ness and industry are In the hands of
recruits who have not been to training
camp. But they are being trained as
fast as possible, and by and by the re
cruits will be veterans, the times "will
get back In Joint, things will be done
th<' way they should be done, efficiency
will again reign, business and Indus
try will be speeded up nnd all will be
?well. In the meantime, while the caj>*
tains of Industry are training the rook
ies nnd doing their best to get the
world running smoothly again. It Is up
to us to be more patient than we ever
were before and smile nil the while.?
St- Louis Post-Dlspntcii.
STEP IN FOOD CONSERVATION
Minnesota Physician Has Discovered
Method of Condensing Buttermilk
and Retaining Nutritive Value.
In a recent interview with Dr. Wil
liam Grelck of St. Paul, Minn., the
fact was brought out that immense
quantities of buttermilk have been
wasted. Doctor Grelck is a member
of the American Chemical society and
for years has devoted much study to
i'- ? milk problem. As n result of his
?rts a method has been discovered
condensing buttermilk into a seml
? month substance of the consist
ed t ? Ice cream.
/?i :'\c nutritive value of the but
trrt!:. is conserved In this product,
and it i * especially suitable for use iu
bre.vl making1. From eiplit to ten
poui?'i.s .of this material when added to
p. tifiiTel of flour produce a loaf of
ptvu<ir food, value. The #mi)k. protein
helps to make up the d efficiency in our
present-day Hour stjh?muu-s.. . TUo.
vitumines of the butterfat help to do
line ':r structure of the .bt.-u-JL besides
i :??d'.? 'i'p an nprr?enble milk fia*or;
m-1 ;hc supir of mil':, asid ? from be
In;.' ,yi' jrreut food value, when com
bined V.ith the dextrin in flour makes
a line brown crust at n comparatively
low bakins temperature. It saves
fuel and prevents unnecessary loss of
Confersion of a. Tenchcx.of German.
I be^'un bravely ihN '.lit w*???!?
of ton filing German since 11'14. by the
te:ir.MUri 'M? Sira*
militarism we are now fighting, and
fof a tirne I dclr.do'l my-v!f with the
great gnrwl that couM bo flccompli^hcJ
by emphasising this in s*irit men jis
Behlller. T.e?9fng nr.d Gnotho. ns well
ns in pome of tHo things from such
moderns as Wlldenbrnch and Thoodor
Sturm. Rut the newspapers miuic cur
rent events too vital for one to spend
hfv hours* shoryig up (he tottering
struotn iv of German popularity.
Klght'-'nth rentttry nobility w:;s over?
cast by twentieth century inhumanity.
Ghosts In Maine.
The most tragic Incident of the sum
mer Is recorded in the town of North j
Edgecomb. An elderly eouple corning i
home from church saw two ghosts.
The ghosts were tltttlng without up-j
pnrent feet or legs through the gloam-;
lng nnd over the gross nnd through |
other things. They were dressed, of i
course, In the conventional white of i
ghosts and ghostesses. The elderly!
couple legged it like mad. They fell!
Into n cucumber patch find could not;
extricate themselves. The old gentle
man was rather badly Injured. They I
were rescued by the ghosts, who i
proved to be a couple of farmerettes i
In calico overalls.?Lewiston Journal.
Valu? of Discarded Bones.
The Meat Trade Journal of England
nays that Birmingham has a way of j
dealing with old bones which Is held
tip by the national salvage council for
Imitation in other parts of the conn
try. Butchers who sell bones under
take to buy them back after the house
wife has mnde full use of them, pay
ing the PURtomer half the proceeds of
their dispose for nations! purposes.
In this wny they tire saved to the na
tion, which Is urgently in need of the
glycerin they contain, as well as of
the phosphntes for manure and the
valuable pig and poultry foods which
can be extracted from them. House
wives are showing themselves eager
to respond to tho government's appeal
for bones. ?*
MA book of verses undernenth the
bough," begftn the mnn who qnotes.
"That's far enough." Interrupted
Miss Cayenne. "The loaf of bread
must be curtailed to limit the wheat
consumption. The Jug of wine is out
of place In a prohibition community,
and ever, as to the book of verses?
Td rather hear somebody read the war
The Quinine That Doe? Not AHect The Head
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVEBROMO QUININE (Tableu) can be taken
by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing
in the head. E.W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
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The important time to lay
a strong foundation for
robust maphood io while life is
young and the body develop*
i-nr. A g'-'owin,^ child reeds
f;/c.iy iJCSiljJi Ivjlp to conserve
energy and confirm the body
ir viroreus health. To &
CJV.';lo-/: iX; chili
I I ?
cc;r.ss with particular help, j
Tuc'osands of the strong men'
?and women cf tcdav ware in
y3iU -tvr>& nourished and
?kchgmancc to withstand
the ir.roads of c!isea'ys by the
co; sUt .r.*_ Lie of S^oti'a.
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Always an interesting program
on for your pleasure
Meet Your Friends
The Star Theatre
On account of
The Health Ofiicer and Mayor have
ordered all places of business closed
2 O'clock Saturdays
4 O'clock Other Days
until further notice
We will render you the best possible
service under the circumstances^and
.sincerely trust that conditions will
soon justify a return to regular hours.
McKinnc Bros. Co. Inc.
("Satisfaction Or Your Money Back."
Louisburg, N. C.
But They Started
Many of our wealthiest meti were once poor boys.
?But they started right.
They begaif jn y.uth to save.
And they kept It up.
They now have all that money can buy.
Nothing but ihe saving habit will accomplish this.
Luck won't do it.
Open a Savings Account right away; and cultivate It. Stay with It.
Add to it.
In the years to come y*u'll bless the impulse that caused you to
V.'e help you to save and pay you 4 per cent on your savings.
First National Bank
LOUISBURG, North Carolina
W. H. RUFFIN, Fresident F. B. McKINNE Cashier
W. D. JACKSON, Assistant-Cashier
I am soiling Furniture and House Furnishings at
the 9ame old stand and if you will need anything in this
line from a sewing needle to the finest suit of Furniture
just come to see us where you will find all kinds and
styls. Last but not least, Mr. Joe Speed Williams and
Mr. J. R. Bunn will be glad to wait on you and for ev
ery flollar you spend you can get one hundred cents
COME TO SEE US
Yours to serve,
J- S Howell
Louisburg, - v - North Carolina.