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1621 - 1918
THE first Thanksgiving was an out poring of publio gratitude far the
harvest that saved the colony of Massachusetts.
On Thanksgiving this year, we give thanks "not only for bountiful crops
and abundant prosperity?but for the devotion of our soldier sons and
their heroism in the field \
? \ /
Though we properly feast to celebi-atc! lie <lay---let us not forget that of
the two days of prayer established by the Pilgrim Fathers, one was de
voted to fasting and humiliation. /
ista STROUSE & BROS., Inc.. ba'-to. mo.
Perhaps then a certain inward fasting and soul searching is in keeping with the day and the times. Should we not take thought and pride as Americans that
we have risen to the ideals of those who founded America. ? vN* ?
In our celebration let us also give solemn thanks that in the War for Humanity we have done our share and are victorious.
We publish this as our contribution
to the spirit of real Thanksgiving
felt by our fellow townsmen at this
The McBrayer Clothing Company
"When It Pours,
CANT you just taste that cap of good
old Lazjanne Coffee? Steaming hot
and ready to give you a whole dayful
of pep and (o. "
The flavor is wonderfully good and
the aroqta?get it??oh, ma honey!
Better run quick and get a bright, clean
tin of X*uzianne while it's there. If you
don't like it?every bit of it?then your
grocer will give you back every cent you
paid for it. Try Luzianne today and see
how mighty good it is.
Your taxes for 1918 is due,
Treasurers for different funds
of the County are calling on me
for money, and I must ask the
tax-payers to come forward and
settle up. I have been instruct
ed to collect, and I shall look to
those who owea to pay at once.
H. A. KEARNEY,
Pood Administrator Page declares
very aptly tbat food can only be meas
ured in terms of human lives. It is
feared that, do our best, millions of
people in Poland, Finland. Roumania
and Russia must perish from starva
tion during the next few months. We |
will be held blameless if we do our
best but unless every individual in this
country does his utmost it will be to
Wasted food on this side means sta.rv
ing, suffering and death on the other
WOMEN GIVE OFT
Housework is hard enough when
healthy. Every Louisburg woman who
is having backache, blue and nervous
spells, dizzy headaches and kidney or
bladder troubles, should be glad to
heed this Louisburg woman's exper
Mrs. W. M. Pleasants. Cedar St.,
says: "Three years ago I was in bad
shape with my kidneys. I was annoy
ed by the way they a?ted and my back
was so lame and sore that if I would
do a little* too much lifting, severe
pains would come over my kidneys I
My head ached badfy at times, too and
i I was nervous and couldn't stand the
[least noise. I heard a whole lot of
Doan'a Kidney Pips and I began ta?^
ing them I got my supply at the Ay
cock Drug Co. I am glad to say they
certainly relieved this trouble."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. Pleasants had. Poster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Food helped win the war. The next
duty and opportunity of food Is to save
ptarvlng nations in Europe.
America can ship 50 per cent more
food this year if we are all 50 per cent
CALOMEL salivates and makes
Acts Like Dyanimlte on a Slagglnh
Liver and Yoa Lom? a Day's
There's no reason why a person
should take sickening, salivating calo
mel when ^ few cents buys a large
bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton0?a per
fect substitute for calomel..
It is'm pleasant, vegetable liquid
which win start your liver Just as Bure
ly as calomel. bu? it do^an't make you
sick and cat* not aalfrfcte.
Children and grown folks can take
Dodson's Liver Tpne, because it is per
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is
mercury and attach your bones. Take
a dose of nffnty hatomel today and y,pu
will feel weak, slofc and nauseated to- I
morrow. / Don't Wit* a day's work, i
Take a spoonful *K Dodson's Liver
Tone iQstead and yo^will wake up j
feeling great. \ 1 i
I No tnore biliousness, Constipation,;
llufcgfshness, headache, coaled tongue ,
t>r aoMr stomach. Tour druggist says
If you don't find Dodson's Livar Tone
acta bertter than horrible calomtfi your
I money "la waiting for you.' \ *
No Worms in a Healthy Child U
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weela wfll enrich the blood, im
prove the digestion. an<&ct as a General Strength
ening Tunic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel theworms. and the Child will be
?n perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
. .Jf you w&nt Hfe insar^T.ce see J. A_
. .Jf yo
When joo want Uuurance take It
with T. W. WATSMT>-. *? know*
bow. . ? t-nM
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head^
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can be taken
by anyone without canaina nervousness or ringing
in the head. E.W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
New Store for Sale or Eent at "Wood.
N. C. i \
This Btor* Is suitable for both Dry
Goods and Grocery business; is well
side room wrtth door opening Into It.
Will rent at $12.$0 a month or will
bell uture and afljotntng lot at $1!>00.00
with satisfactory t arms. '
11-t-tt Loulsbnrg. N. C.
A detiralle retidencc nnd lot
Church street, Immediate possession.
A[.ply to .
W. D. JACKSON,
at Fir? National Bank.
AUTOMOBILE FOB SALE
Has new Kelljj-Sprlngfleld tires, never
had a puncture. Salt Starter, new top,
newly painted, Can be seen at
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Charlotte. N. C. >
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