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5c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
At no time since our great country
Miss Polly Heitman, of High Point,
became a nation has old mother earth j spent a few hours in town last week
yielded her increase so bountifully as with friends.
this year, and at no time in the history J Mrs. W. N. Elder has returned from
of this troubled, warring sphere has aian extended trip to Richmond and
great harvest been more welcome and Hopewell, Va. Mr. Elder, of Washincr-
more necessary for the well-being of j ton, D. C, joined Mrs. Elder in Rich
our own and other countries. We can- mond and together they witnessed the
&j iLbl Bobs is the
tti oriirri f nr Ofir-
est heart, full of gum that's
good to start with and gets
better with every chew.
"Bobs" ior a cheerful smile
WE ARE ABLE
And willing to do everything
for our customers that a good
bank ought to do. Why don't
you open an account with us? With a record
of seven years of successful business and re
sources of more than two hundred thousand
dollars, we solicit j our business. Call .to see
BANK OF RAMSEUR
not help being proud of our great
harvest, the greatest in the history
of tue world. No other country on
earth can or ever will approach it
either in size or diversity of its prod
ucts. The United States is not the
only country that looks gratefully up
on our harvest, for nearly all the
world waits expectantly for our crop
returns. America is truly the Univer
sal Provider, for this land of ours, to
a greater extent than almost all the
countries of the world combined; pro
duces most abundantly those foods
that support life on this planet. All
Europe, excepting Russia alone, calls
upon us annually for millions of bush
els of wheat with which to sustain
the lives of their citizens.
We should riot only be thankful for
this bountiful crop of nature, but we
should praise and honor those who
gave their lives on the battlefield, that
we might reap the rewards of nature
If ever the United States had rea
son anu cause to be thanktul it cer
tainly has in this year of grace, above
all others since the landing of the
Mayflower in 1621.
While we rejoice over our wonderful
harvest in this land of peace and pros
perity, we see the rich fields of Europe
crushed beneath the blood-killing ma
chines of hirsty monarchs, and the
once golden grain washed in the crinr
son blood of the dying.
Let us be thankful that our harvest
is great, great enough to feed a hun
gry, suffering, warring world, great
enough to make our land a land of
prosperity. Above all things let us be
thankful that we have reaped nature's
reward in joy .and peace, and not in
tears and war. .
Franklinville, N. C
As soon as an attack of Rheumatism
begins apply Sloan's Liniment. DornT
waste time and sutler unnecessary
agony. A few drops of Sloan s Lim
ment on the affected parts is all you
need, lhe pain goes at once,
A grateful sufferer writes: " I was
suffering for three weeks with Chron
Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although
I tried many medicines, they tailed;
and I was under the care of a doctoj
Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Lin
ment and after using it three or four
days am up and well. 1 am employ'
ed at the biggest department store in
S. F. where they employ from six u.
eight hundred hands, ami vhey surely
will hear all about Sloan's Liniment.
H. B. Smith, San Francisco, Cal.
Jan. 1915. . At all Druggists,
OFFER DISC GRAIN DRILLS
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ACRES 550 ACRES
annual foot ball game between Vir-
nia and North Carolina. From Rich
mond they went to Hopewell to visit
their sons, Drs. D. L. and J. N. Elder.
Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Raper stopped
over in Trinity on their way back
from conference. Their visit was en
joyed by all.
Rev. E. N. Crowder, who so faith
fully served the people of Randolph
circuit last year, was returned to us
again, and as usu.il preached a fine
sermon on last Sunday.
Capt. rarktn met with a severe ac
cident one day last week while haul-
ng corn. His horse became frighten
ed and ran away, throwing him on the
ground. We are glad to learn that he
is able to be out again.
Mr. J. W. Hill has bought a large
farm near Hillboro and intends to
move his family there in the near fu
ture. Mr. Hill will be greatly missed
n this community as he is one of our
Alligator Holds Up Mail
1LDER BUT STRONGER
To be henlthv at seventy, prepart at
forty, is sound advice, because in the
strength of middle life we too often forget
that neglected colds, or careless treat
ment ot sligat acnes ana pains, eimpiy
undermine strength and bring chronic
weakness for later years.
To be stronger when older, keep your
blood pure and rich'aud active with the
Btrengtn-Duuaing ana Diooa-nourisniug
food, a tonic and a medicine to keep your
blood rich, alleviate rheumatism and
avoid sickness. No alcohol in Scott's.
Scott & Bowne. EloomCeld, N. J.
Negro Killed at Winston
Patrolman E. E. Wooten of the
Winston-Salem police force shot and
instantly killed George Christy, color
ed, Sunday night when the negro at-
temnted to resist arrest. The verdict
of the coroner's jury was that the of
ficer shot in self-defense and in the
faithful performance of his duties.
A rural mail currier a short wa
out of Newport Saturday encountere
an alligator in the road which showr
signs of disputing traffic over that
part of the road on which he was iy
ing. The mail carrier fired several
shots into the alligator with a revolver
with very little effect. A shot gun was
obtained finally and the animal killed.
Old, Family Cough
dully Prepared ConSa Very
Little, but 1.; Prompt, Sore
Ky making this pint of old-timo conli
Byrup at home you not only nave about
$2, nn compared with the reiidy-nnido
kind, but you will also linve a much more
prompt ami positive remedy in every wav.
Jr. overcomes the vam.l coughs, throat arid
chest colds in 21 hours relieves even
whooping eolith quickly ami is excellent,
too, for bronch-titi, bronchial anthiiia,
hounaoncss unJ wiinsi.ioilie croup.
Hot from unv diu stove 2 ounces of
I'incx (T0 ccntR worth), imur it, into a
pint bottle and till the bottln with plain
granulated Mipar syrup. l''nll directions
with Puiox. iieops perfectly and tastes
Vou pan foci this take bold of a oohkIi
or cold in a way that means bushiest!. It
quick!) loudens t'.ic dry, hoarse or pain
ful courIi and hcaU the iiiMtuncd mem
branes. It also bus a remarkable effect
in oveveominu the persistent loose courli
by stopping the formation of phlegm in
the throat and bronchial tubes.
5 Tli rflect of Pine on tie membranes in
known hy ubnost everv one. Pinex is a
ni'Tt v.ilnnhid concentrated compound of
Pennine Norway pine extract combined
with i.'imiueol and other natural heulinjr
There ure many worthless imitations
of this famous mixture. To avoid dis
appoint ment., us!; vonr drurrgist for '"lk
ounces of Pinex," and d' net accept any
thing el 6.
A punraivlec of absolute, satisfaction,
or morey promptly refunded, goes with
V.iitt rrei 'i ration. The 1'iuex Co., I't
Of Mrs. ClappeD, of Five Yeas'
Standisj, Relieved by CarduL
Mt. Airv. N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-
pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
five years with womanly troubles, slso
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardul, the wo
man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. 1
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
pood than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.
Mv mends becan askine me why I
looked so we!!, and I told them about
Cardul. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideacbe.
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
If so, let us urge you to give Cardul a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardul to-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.
Writ tt: Chattanooga Madicln Co., Ladles'
Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tann.. for Sttcial
Instrm-tien on vour case and G4-pa book. "Home
TieaUnent lor Woman," in plun wrapper. N.C. 1S4
LIVESTOCK IN THE SIXTIES AND
Surlrage Petition is 18,000 Feet Long
I will sell &3 a whole, or subdivide to suit purchaser, a tract of
550 acres of land, lying on both aides of the Norfolk and Southern
railroad, and both sides of the Asheboro and Pine Hurst gravel
wad, seven miles south of Asheboro, N. C. The land lays well
with some buildings, and improved, farm land, and orchard side
tract on place, also stood church within the boundary. Any ofca
wishing a bargain will communicate with '
SetW'W LiaUghlin, Asheboro, N.C.
Woman suffrage representatives will
present to the present Congress a pe
tition over 18,000 feet in length and
signed by over 600,000 people. The
arrival of the petition will mark the
opening of the first national conven
tion of the Congressional Union for
Woman Suffrage which will hold daily
sessions throughout the week.
(CASTO R I A
Since I860 we have brought 2,300,
000 acres more of land under cultiva.
tion in North Carolina. Our farms are
three and a third times as many, and
upon an average about one-fourth the
size of the old plantations. Our pop
ulation is a little more than two and
a third times that of 1860.
How To Cure Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat
right. Take Dr. King's New Diseov
cry. It is prepared from Pine Tar,
healing balsams and mild laxatives.
Dr. King's New Discovery kill and ex
pels the cold germs, soothes the irri
tated throat and allays inflammation.
It heals the mucous membrane. Search
as you will, you cannot find a better
cough and cold remedy. Its use over
45 years is a guarantee of satisfaction.
POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS SHOW
Marked improvement in business is
shown by the November revenues of
the CO largest postoflices of the coun
try, producing approxmately over half
of all the postal rece;pts. The state
ment of the postmaster-general shows
an increase of $2,033,138 or 17.96 per
cent, for those offices over November
a year ago. New York led the list in
the amount of receipts and was close
ly followed by Chicago. New Orleans
ranked first among the five Southern
cities in the list
The Fireside That
Comes With You
"'QU needn't have a cold
i room, a cold corner in
your house, or a chilly
moment in the day if you
have a PerfectionSmoke
less Oil Heater.
Just take it wherever the extra heat
is needed. In five minutes it
changes chills to cheery warmth.
It's no trouble and it's very little
expense ten hours of comfort on
a single gallon of kerosene. Why
start a big coal fire when a little
oil heater will do?
The Perfection is smokeless, odor
less and absolutely safe.
Use Aladdin Security Oil or Diamond
White Oil to obtain. best results in Oil
Stoves, Lamps and Heaters.
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Chirlotte. N. C.
Charleston. W. V.
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Look for the Triangle
Sold in many styles and
sizes at all hardware and
Hihnl award Panama-Pacific Expetitiom .
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I Christmas Holiday Excursion Rales
Norfolk ;-; Southern
Convenient Schedules, Pullman Sleeping
and Parkr Car Service
Tickets on cale December 17, 18, 20, 21, 22. 23, 24 and
t 25. Final return limit January 10th, 1916.
f Ask nearest Norfolk Southern Ticket Agent for com
plete information, or write
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HONOR ROLL MT. PLEASANT
First grade Pearl Kimrcy, Lull a
Turner, Cora Turner, Edna Coble,
Pearl Kivett, Grady Kivett, Lewis
Kivctt, Walter Langley, Colon Lj-.ng-
Second grade Alma Kivctt.
Third grade Vestal Langley, Les
ter Turner, Junius Crutchfield.
Fifht grade Dora Fogleman, Flor
Sixth grade Luria Turner.
Ruby L. Staley, teacher.
HONOR ROLL TAIN'S SCHOOL
First grade Mr.ry Freeman, Jessie
Third grade-Beulah Freeman, Swan
nie Kivett, Jewel Kivett, .
Fifth grade Gibson Jordan.
Seventh grade Sallie Freeman, Let
tie Freeman, Deete Henderson, Floy
Wade York, teacher.
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ught Him Astonishino- Pi;
J. h. Krw,n of Winston-Salem, N.
C, was for a long time the victim of
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dU&Sr of treatment ad haj
vh dra? ne t00,k a dose of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy and was aston-i-hcd
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uet one bottle of your druggist now
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