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A street ear. la charge at strike
breakers et Wilkes-Barre, Pa., left
if Jobn and Dannie Mlflwllj. the
latter being the grid I sal of the ear
■ank anion, which has been on strike
hr many months. The front of the
beaae was damsgwl The tnwttg
rmw of the company met with so in
tecfsToncs la their week of righting
Francis Marten flelHaa. aa inmate
if the gshtiers’ home la Milwaukee,
fh, dug a gsave for htmself floe
rears ago and prepared te die. Now
ha is in lorn with s young woman.
ah sea Amt name ia Annette Ho
seat ten the mot. As is keeping
the veteran interested kg writing him
attars sad calling ea him every
■oath. Collias ia N yearn of age and
tarred bi the Army of the Potomac.
Policeman Fred Barton, at Bridge
ts®, N. J-, was directed the ether
warming to follow a couple of pretty
typey women to see that they did not
t«U fortunes. When ha followed one
tt them into a stem she suddenly
threw herself In Us arms ami kissed
him fairly on the Upa, exclaiming,
'Oh, you dear thing!" Barton rushed
back to the city haB and demanded
that another cop ho pot on the Job.
A prowess has been discovered at
the Federal Products laboratory, at
Madiseo, Wis, by which H is said a
meeaesful sabstKste for gasoline can
be made from aawdoat at a coat of be
tween IS and IS cento a gallon. Di
rector Howard F. Weiss of the labo
ratory bee Just made pablle the dls
rovery that nearly 100 par coat pure
rneoiine ia obtained by distillation of
basal ock and hasdwoed of Northern
Michigan and Wisconsin.
WDHam Farnsworth, of Boston, la
osgotlaUng with Charles Priaoe, of
Paris, France, tor the purchase at a
little tract of land In Champagne
wham mem than 000 soldiers at the
Frith foreign lagieo, who fell in the
battle there Sept. 28,1P16, am barfed.
Among them fe Mr. Farnsworth's only
we, Henry, a graduate of Harvard
mlvanity. It fe said that Mr. Fanw
worth win ham a nsnaemsat erected
»nd willI present the cemetery u> Iks
hfe Son.,nT"™""' ** * **
CZlAl PEK1KI1NG IN
DODGE BIOTIERS CAI
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PtoMWdM Of >MOrt— Troops fa.
tood Mexico hi Detroit Product
-Other Dn« Brother.* Mo
tor Cm Won Uni to
',rr- Trongort UadB Ar
rival of Big Troche.
According to totalled Urtou oow
■nfetog horn Dm torter, Dodge
tooth wo> motor eon taw played *
tawlant port la too inweion of
Itarioo hi punoit of VI1U
When OoooTal Perth log lta Uo
taopo oomo too tartar ta trtwlto
■ * Dodge Brother** motor oar, end
tar touring ear* won need in too
mnaportatioa of ooppliaa. There
ton taw. of eouno, tan Meet tup.
taotod in toio work by too Mg trucks
drippid to Mexioo hot the toning
mm an otto In PM ta too army.
According to too transportation to
HilMlor thoy taw mota monitor tol
taoota hi the daoaot trawl odtar top
toVnHBVt UClWlIf- •_
lipirttng oa too pooftm. of
Shi"Xy tUffHT *mtoi
mi army odfa* n£
-Wo tad pwetiooBr to aoota on
jMMjA pdtaookpl too Dodge
totoro h wdd ototo o wB. The oar
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TOP DRESSING TALKS
O eourse you mean to top dress youi cotton and com
* with quick-acting nitrogon. Experience has proved
that it pays. But what nitrogenous chemical ? That’s the
question. If materials are scarce and high this year, all the
more reason to buy carefully. Why not try ARCADIAN
Sulphate of Ammonia ? It contains 25 1-4 per cent, of 4
soluble, available ammonia, 6 whole units more than any
other top dressing and yet the price per ton is about the
same. It will work in any fertilizer spreader. About 100
lbs. per acre will do the work.
DAIED AMO «KOUNO
ARCADIAN Sulphate of Ammonia is the well
known standard article that has done you good service
in your mixed fertilizers for years past especially kiln
dried and ground to put it in splendid mechanical
condition. ‘Ammonia 25 1-4 per cent guaranteed. In
bags of 200 lbs. Ask your dealer.
For tale by agents of Armour Fertilizer Works.
Writ* The Barrett Company, Athens, Ga.
for in formation as to its nee.
SULPHATE of AMMONIA
$7.00 FER ACRE
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-■ Failing to get any satisfactory offers for the two tracts.
460 acres recently advertised for sal*. I now offer both tract*
for seven dollars per acre, terra*. Cash: $700.00 for the 100
acre tract. $2,620.00 for tile $60 acre tract Both tracts is
wtH unimproved rolling sandy win grass land sad located la
Johna«»viU* Townahip,Baroett County. N. G. shoot six
rail#* Bast of Cameron. S. G The 860 acre tract was pur
ehssed from McL. McKei than, of Cameron. N. G Register
ed in Book of Deeds 174 paga 128 at LiUington. N. C. Tbs
lOOaer* tract was purchased from N. Hammond, of Laurin
^eiatcrhAia BookofDaeda 177 page 188 at
The purchase pries to be deposited to my. erpdit in any
Bank, subject to the delivery ofaiefal title cohveyiog the
ttact purchased. Theftn* notice ofthe deposit ham the
Beak gets the kbd. If yon want to boy either or both
tret* deposit the porch*** price to my credit to any Bank
and have them notify too and I will toward daad. The
flnt iwtfe* retired goto the land. This offer expire May
C. S. HENSLEE
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