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“I’M ONE OF 2,000,Cl3
who save time, money and hard work
by cooking in comfort on a New
Perfection Oil Cook Strut.”
New Perfections do any kind of cook
ing and relieve you from sweltering
over a hot, dirty coal or Wood range.
The long blue chimney assures an odor
less, even flame and permanent satisfac
tion, because it gives a perfect draft
and puts the heat just where it is
Gas stove comfort with kerosene oil.
Fuel cost—2 cents a meal for 6 people.
New Perfections are made in many
styles and sizes.
Your dealer can supply you.
Look for Th* Long Bkm Cfc&mwy
Um Aladdin Security Oil to obtain
the beat resekaia Oil Stores, Heater* ‘
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Vikipil. D. C. £}, N.c.
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A Card to Owners
i of Rural Telephone Lines
_ We ere anxious to see that all Unas owned by
wtonr pattlaa and connaded with us are kept In anch
condition as to efficient service. Where the
owners of rural »—« **■
tor want to co-operrt» with thorn.
All Unaa require a thorough overeauling occs
r'onslly if the beat service la to be obsalned. We
aeoommend that every Una with ue be
overhauled at laaetonoe a year, and that et leaet one
experienced telephone asaa assist In this work. The
ooetnf this work when divided smoeg all thepetroos
of the line, naakee the amount paid by each man
anmfl, and tolacoat will be more than offset by the
If the owners of rural telephone lines In this see*
Hon ate experiencing trouble with their,service, we
wm appreciate their talking the matter over with our
Mgmgar or writing ue. fally We wig glsdfy do
whet we caa toward helping you improve the con*
dfcfto* of your line.
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freak mm ttm ; j
Odd sad Cerises Hsppoaing Through
«f«r oaUittg bear. Ha was unable to
beady ud be and hie wife
i peering him velenterily.
| Clayton McDonald, a prominent
young man of Qalaey. Fla, waa aU
. tacked and devoured by a paatbae
while hunting in Saa Pedro swamp to
the Florida Evergladee. The panther
wae killed while devouring the body.
:Tbe^boo»t moeeamd 11 feet from tip
| Mrh Elisabeth Vogel. FI years old.
'•f Denver. Col., recently passed sue
; cessfaUy through her thud Caesarian
, epetativo In three yean.
J. J. Morphy, a traveling ana.
i peacefully slept In a bathtub la a hotel
.at Valpmiwlso, lr>d., when moat per
snna sweltered between fitful nape.
Murphy said when be got into the tub
the cooling water was ae comfortable
he fell asleep and did not awake until
4 o’clock Thursday morning. Ho aaU
he never slept better in bis Ufa
Stove Baryek for n pair af shoes.
They wars pretty shorn with high
SndTto triarry fiteve'and Sve^tE* him
for Ufa, says Strva Bat tha contract
baa beam brought into court to tost
.1 “L'iT U F5K*» *»• NeU
Us Franca, af Beaver HIM, Tenn, en
joy* remarkable health and far two
«jrs recently aided la making hay.
Ou the first day she drove the mower
end the second day ursot to tha field
and raked all day. “Aent Na3S?
also has a splendid cardan which she
has made «u>d taken ears of herself.
The Rev. Dr. D. H. Kress, aa ini>
FriUt In Washington. D. C, baa fig.
a rod H out that If wives will starve
their husbands they will go a long
wye toward avoiding divorces. Ha
declared that a milder man and more
gentle woman will follow tha con
sumption of lees meat
Baeaueo be carelessly dropped his
army rifle while in company ranks at
the cititers’ military Jraiatog camp
at Flattebunc. N. T, Quentin Renee
veil waa recently confined for Bures
days to tbs limits oil his company
street. The officer responsible for hie
punishment waa Archie Roosevelt, hie
brother, who is d first sergeant.
This year’s fed of ' glees girl
bothers at Atlantic seashore resorts
«» responsible for the prevalence of
skaifcft, in the opinion of Howard B
Uett. of Saraooada, Fla, who declares
be tamers all about the monsters of
the deep. “It tc a scientific fact,* ha
■aid, “that a abbrit will not attack a
parson wearing clothes.'
The town of Baxter Spring*, Can
ada, ha* undertake* to provide * hus
band for every wnamrried school
teacher who Mrti to wed. Aecord
is| la sb advertisement ever the. al»
eeheal laachsr in the csontry ia naked
tar ktatend. T. T.- .tm
farmer, alleging that he has
•Met only aw dime ess her during
tea year of their married Ufa. Boatao
ia 7» yean of age and hta wtfa Tl
> U>* death haaaa.
yhirt array 0r Garibaldi in Italy. Both
k>*od the same girl. Whan Smy ra
tasaad tba girl v» dead and tha two
■•aw mat again until tha day of
thalr duel, which raanltad fruca an
argwwaat over tha girl
Say B. Wright, 1(1 yean old, an
employe of a butcher abop at Groclcy,
Com., removed htl own appendix aa
neatly aad efficiently, phyaiciana any,
aa a surgeon might leave done it. The
youth haa a pout yaara of hia life aa a
eanrar of beeves. Ha was cutting
meat In the butcher shop whan, In
■tapping from on a block tn another,
ba obppod end fell directly upon a
carving knife. Aiaociatn in the shop
hurriedly called In several phyaiciana,
ooa of whom wet the young man’s
father. The Burgeon* found Uutl the
knife had bean turned in the wound
aad had severed the young naan'i ap
pendix without injury to the dash
about It. Ha will recover.
Following a violent quarrel..Joseph
Suckle, aged M,, a miner of CurtC
Fa-, ruahed upstairs, ad sad a
revolver aad returned to tho dining
room, threw the weapon oa tho table
aad bold hia wife to use It on. him or
he »wH an her. The dx-nweld
daughter, Lolia, unnerved, hid uader
thetahla The wife, fearing he would
■hoo*. grabbed the revolver aad Bred
Bee shots under tha table. Tho hus
band than knocked bis wife to the
fimfcted as bedtd ao he dlaeoverad
tea *W there, shot. He took tha dy
*5* ***¥ »aa«hy physician, but
•he expired Just aa be entered tba af
' Styles of shoes, especially for vro
■*. will ho of tho "common stock
variety instead of expensive high-top
Wad. next sea too, according to
statements of manufacturers made at
the convention of tha Illinois Shoe
D^ere* ampeiaeon la Chicago. Tha
oolow wjll be doll grays and cham
pagne, due to the shortage of dye
rioSa. The prediction also was made
that there would be an increase of
from BO to 40 per foot In the price
of anoea the coming winter on account
°f the war in Europe, which has shut
off the supply of dyestuffs and Im
parted leather. "Unima the world
develop# a substitute for leather with
in two yean. America will be the neat
woodaa time nation," It waa assarted
at tha convention.
f Simply send
i nearby for
“ svo rued iomony,
—tbwe’s this treat always available
Always the same delicious quality, mads
in the Purity Palace and kept pure until
it reaches your table.
Ik for “VELVET KIND, ' insist on it
**The Velvet Kind” Ice Cream «Id by
THE MODEL PHARMACY
, It's the Httle things
> life that count!
p SMALL SAVINGS Ah
h Into fortunes mount! J
rn\ P*y hy d»y, *nd month by month. ^
anally spans the rounding year: V
I . those who save the sums they may, 1
^ have no thought of want to fear, j
Jr mtT is uffs wst mpt tar
J ft tP*^t%[or health; contentment too—
I 5ku *hetherraanor woman, girl or boy.
I SfertjS **"0°° h Pennaffor YOljf j
1 . ™ truth and conviction each sen* i
tetK^ -rtng*: «tp»tjoos if followed. A
8«a» hanptoesiTrinas. ResoETaT J
you read this little nryme, to take M
untoyour heart the truth-that M
nxmdng atm gilds the .^F
wondrous hours of youth 1 ^^F
SCOTLAND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Also Checks you receive for
Watermelons, will be cashed here
first National Bank
LMrbbuf, N. C.
Planters who have Cot
ton Seed left over from
their planting can get
the top of the market
for them at
Patronize Our Job Department.
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