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Whetb• r-- t BkiM
■am. Now weal tot m kJi'to'uri
when pnHs— ware sett
Wall. thb la aat the Ant ttma Mr.
Bryan missed gettiag when be start
ad. Both ba aad tha pallia an get
Bag used to It
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It Is said that ow* of the sty k* for
the ladles this year will be loathes
■hots. Tha style for men Joubtlsas
will be robber neckwear.
According to Mr. Maxwell, Butler
. Is better at boosting bam bonds Mum
ho b at school Aguras as they apply
u> North RaroWaa.
•band ia Um former who raieaa
his own eats any year, hot thrice
Mooted wUI ho bo If ha does it Mua
Mdas being windy, March has
tha same ebjectioeaMe fasten tha
other eleven have—tha MR collector.
Just as well aak Mw fallow on top
of tha maaamaat what time it is as
to ask I iiiblwg
Wall, it’s worth a good deal to
know that the other follow coaldat
Mck you area Mho did gat mad.
Wa would rather help enrich the
monition makers than to ho shot for
Senator Ooco is Wind. but bo boars
woB—It saaasa that ho has bran hear
ing things what mint
Nb, Joseph lea. the oAtoa of town
deck winder has as* bean created.
Wa must gat the Mack Ant
Mr. Ford’s peace project east
fdOWBA, add wo have bean nearer
troabVc since than before.
Dr. Cjr Thompson MT> the Rcpob
IfaM tlogan this gear in North Cm
iino will bo “Bailor and Banda.”
lm tbo excitement the whole notion
man to bar* forgotten the bride.
WaO. Hatalot got the advertising
if It did arias the gate receipt*.
B. B. & Boat Batter and hi*
Baa*. Watch Damocrmt* do H. •
UaAi^'r“ *haU imi thra> *°
CALOMEL DYNAMITES a SLtlG
UrnMb. Making Tea
An (bony Lm. l|«d Tt, at Toledo, O,
o wood flyers In tho drew world (or
DW.’ • whito bonds* oorrttood
hio Wo to no off art to renew Adeline
burned to death la thrfr bowo tothf
tuth, Kino. The day's body woo found
near Umw at tho children
| Two noon, who wood oo (Hondo, wet
Osasr Hal ro non, of Harriot Nlnt,
flea minutes after bo bad entVad In
, MbanHb and traded him a ynsbit
booWM at otayo money (Or bis waJfct
coataininy «1SC in real MUs.
Koto than ton roods of wood haw
boon eat from an sin toys foUad at
PHcoh Church Of the Brsttosu. ndor
Waynesboro, Ps. The Hays on the
trw Indiwtod that itwnM wars
old. It was T9 foot Uyh and tt inch
•wags of »A ~rniui ammlT~i ‘jul
It la wltaiial that It ~i flm M
Howe of Us ttaes to do this work and
that sack jraar he writes two end e
third miles of "Woodrow WIiosetji"
Wtt eo-eda la the milage at Alma.
Hick, wore heavy coats dnriag dess
es recently to hide thsir ehopso. Tka
thaU corsets. ThT^d^J^tthl^
la town had a war order boataeae
during that day.
Him Helen B. Hltcb fractured bar
log in a tall at Aurora, ifci, when
she attempted to kick aside e baneaa
peeling that ike bad dropped ea the
sidewalk. 8k« was afraid iiarlkst
person aught stop oa the poeUng and
ba injured, and was berself tka de
While the Rev. E. A. Yehl, of Ban
gor. Pa, was Ullisg his mpi^ailiiii
koW anyone who takas anythin act
beloagfiig to hint eoald not ba a Ckrte
tiaa, a thief entered the ehoir roam,
stole the collection end rifted the over,
coats and Knife of the n-iimrii. stabl
ing everything of value la sight.
Iks latest venture la tka dab
elation’* was organised for the par
poo* of promoting the happiness ct
benedicts whom wives Us
la tka reentry t at g
tfcrdllgTLMI t ok* - maasl »-- Kg-l
tker" to the mercy of the meld anO
On* of th* cavalry mount* at Trooi i,
0 at th* National Guard rooted tb i
at tha troop wtaa tbay a* *'
f*r dinnar in FhOaMpUa *.
was t* hav* month *d oat i
at tb* b**d ot tb* tabi* during tbJ >
dinar* hot wbaa the oithwtri ii—*
te play “Dima- and tha trodpan b*>
gaa to whiatl*, tha hen* started til
roar and phmg*. lb* tabi* waa apaoT:
and th* dfauwrt Matters*.
Two atlMtea after th* <te*th at’.
Mia. Mary Doc lay, inmate of • ho**>
pttal at Jmay <^ty, N. J, a baby glHI
wa* broogkt Into th* world by W
Irwin Markawita, a young Intern*, bn
taw and tb* baby wn* pro?
■wad sound and Meaty t* How.
1 nw*n Spllta, atargad wtth tetelj
tag SSS from a buraao in th*hMW«f
Mn. OUr* B*par, at VkteJand, N.
CMJIC1 WORKERS HOPES
TAHLAC HEPS OTHERS
■mMi RmUn< to highly' Esteemed
Warns* After Lang Fight—She
Ontos SI round*.
"After Isng and unrelieved suffer
teg from Indigestion and stomach
tennhli, I Ml off In weight and eoaul
ads nysstf going down to a shadow."
sate Mrs. L. P. Combs, highly «*
tsosted Sunday School taachar of
Wisstan-Seism, in bar endorsement at
T^ntec. "Most svaryons told as 1
had tnhsaenlnais, which edvfce I nat
tesBy ftaxed. Tho'many medicines
paaaertesd for am failed to Mag an
■mas is rosteitloa.
"1 felt rsry reetlesa sad would have
to alt fee hoars at a Urns because of
a big temp on mp left aide which
eaaaed a ■uttering of the heart. The
<rnkr wap I could get relief from those
patee would ha bp belching. I could
uet sleep. Mp appetite was poor.
"I had to got a girl to do my hones,
work he cease mp condition was so
“!**» no I «u about to gW« up
hapa of raeavacy, people told tea of
My Prat bottle tamed My
•*■***•■ jut Ana. 1 alaap good, tay
appetite la goad and I can new roliah
*7 Coed. I bare galaad twenty-one
pannda abwa etartin* a* Tanlae. And,
I dent faal, with tfaia weight, that tw
bMculaala la knoeklnc at my door,
do aty owa haaoawork now and faal
Uka a new paraaa.
*Wlth Many thank* to Tanlae and
«nj beat wiahta that it aaay ttieh oth
who cofferMr*. Comba con
Only raaognltioa of benefit* aha
paraanally paloed front Tanlae and the
opportunity pieaented to help othera
by girinp prmiaa due could bare in
•naneed Mia. Onaiba to tender a pub
lic tootimnerial tar Tanlae.
la Lanrinhtug, Tanlae la aoU only
at Bloat Drag Store—A#r.
*«■» htnwUK Mim.
TPytorrilW Courier: TWn an far
toa^maay P-pU in this land of ours
*hiny nnlaas it is put to them in tfcc
fens ef dollora and oantsl
Dr', lrY,*» ruw <*
Tala quiatly am io work and flyund
«■*•$■« yaramasant statistics, that
"nsarflni sickness, daath tfki fa
anaually coat this eouatry—
Bill, tha eoormous sum of ILiOO.
MMMt On# bllliou and a half.
-it Fifteen hundrad mil
the moat of ui want taka a four
-day U 111 up our lunym
*Hh Crush air. to exercise, to head
tha aaod of modoratloa in satiny and
to thtok shout tha oonditian of health.
It will eiak In deeper if we
d»* tost the arer
aya coat of aaeh death arerayae *8.
Well, la 1014 there wars 76,000
dahthe from tuberculosis in the tecta
trntien arse of this eouatry, which la
ahrdaa only 00 per cask of the popu
the money lose thus repru
Bserhad the astonishtay sms of
to po poo nnn i
Two big stores brim full of New
Spring (>oods. Hundreds of Beau
tiful Dresses, Fine Coat Suits,
Coats, Shirt Waists, Skirts and
everything Woman wears now
being shown in our Ready-to
Urgent stock of Ladies* ready-to-wear
garments to be found between Richmond and
Atlanta. Everything new. Everything np to
date. Direct from the atyle center of the world
come these flne new Spring Suita for Mimes and
Women. After years of striving, our own Coun
try has assumed style leadership with the great
eat city in the world. New York as tha undisput
ed center. From the moat talented groups of
famous designer*, we have selected the cream of
values and beat of styles. We ask you to be the
£5!* Co-candaee us. Five Hundred new
SpringCoet Suite now ready for your inspection.
The style*—abort and medium length jackets. silk
Used, beautifully tailored. Fit and workmanship
guaranteed. The Skirts are full, flaring and
piaited effects. The materials, Whipcords, Pop
White Cheeks, etc. The colors include Black,
Nary. Tan, Reaida, Wyateria and all the newest
All alaea for Women and Bfiasea,
14 to 46. New Spring Coat Suite moderately
*,4M- 414T5> ,l7M-»,9M
Two Hundred Lovely Dresses
Have Just Arrived
A wonderful and most beautiful display of
Spring's catchy styles. Never before has this
■ection had an opportunity of viewing such a
grand collection of nil that's new in dresses
Handsome Taffeta Silk Dromes in all tka new
Pon-de-Chine and Georgette Crepe. Beautiful
styles In Taffeta and Wool combined, and dainty
dyke la Silk Crepe-de-Chine and Georgette Crepe
Dresses. A dress for every occasion and every
pnrpooe, including all the delicate shades in
Evening Dresses. New Spring Dresses range in
price from 910.00, 912.50 to 955.00.
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Seventy-Five New Spring Coats
The popular styles in Whits Chinchillas and
Bonds Cloths. Plaids, Cheeks and Stripes in
the papular designs. New Coats for Spring at
98.98 to 917.50.
New Silk Waists at $1.98 to $6.
New Skirts, Silk Hose, Under
wear, Corsets, Gloves and all
Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear Gar
ments now being shown
, for Spring.
Our Millinery Department Not
Surpassed In This Section
Wo are today showing the newest sad ant
popular styles fn Gsge Hate for wearing now.
Hundreds to sslsct from. No two alike. Wo
have with no this oeooon, an Expert Milliner sad
Trimmer. A indy right direct from the style
eentor of New York City. She k an artist of
ability* Let her ask# and trim your Hats for
Spring. Take a day eg. Spend tkat day In' oar
■tore* it will pay you. Ton are welcome, bay
tag or looking. Come and eee ear grand style
•hew of all that's now for Woman.
Fayetteville, North Carolina