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to the Katie ar the hmnnou
hJr^ F» y.f>e*» Meyw off,
^«..h> H* army for the —
^<dlc"i ,y«»«aace which caaaet be
Ut her Mnk off the aUilhme ofbore
5fUr, W I» 0*5*
Lathe* thiak of the 1>mfu tone of
■qfeere who «w not wwryin* bc
5*y ftetf bwe hero to eat ertny t»
Then let her remember that except
* #«« tafflraSlSM
bl Flanders or Knuicfi.
Mn. Henry Smith, with trua mt
what they would ba tf ehc wirawute£
"rhara are mOUoni of Mr*. Henry
Bialthe la this country with boys who
woajd be aubjaet to mJHUry duty if
the Uaitad SUtaa wont te war. Wb*a
they are disposed to ted fault with
the policies of the President, let then
devote a little prayerful consider*
S?^1®.0^ of Mrs. Henry
omitks in Europe whose boys arc now
only mama rim. But for President
Wfleou these American mothers would
ha driaktac the bitter diaya of that
I TO CHECK SPREAD OP TYPHOON I
CALOMEL DYNAMITES A *Ll;G.
GMH LIVES. “
8m BU*. Making- T«
**** *** r" Ua • DtiVW^rt,
Cakwni Mlivmtaat k't a
Q^JoImu Hk* dynmit*
*w Hv*r. Whan colons'
wtt|l soar Ml* it
it, canoing cramping and noui
U Yoo'uiu) colons 1 today you’ll h.
en of her home, .stunted hertiSWti?
to death ta vtaar <rf aatchbeispaed
BRACE UP. . ,.
Do you feel old before yoor t*
feyoar back bant aad etiffT D'haet
a user onaary disorders? Don'o you
spair—profit try Lsurinborg siY do
tebwrg Statement. Lear
~ri?k± £.£??■ ^tjrinburg. ~
,eJ *» yearn I waa In wlmiy says:
w**k fckbieyi and for weeks at at with
was down la bad. The kMoay > time
tions wen ecbnty aad my back Sears
ataoot con.lastly. Often the treated
Jted (Buy ateUa aad was *Uete£
down. /Doaa s Kkhmy Pills tep.l run
Mrs. CWe bad. Peter Mflbani* tfcst
K»pa, BoBite, U. Y.—Adv. Co.,
k. ~-s^Sact' i
eemplotely recovered. ahead
THROWER & McLEAN
.f raTQhmi *'*-k
■i« lino of Par. *udPmd«ct, "Mt M"P‘»MP »*h .
OW cuotomcra oftfc. Bran of L A. Monro, ft Son will find h„, ,o
ZT?Z'tm'Dl “t“t*«»niro.r.,terd Worn W.' ZZ
yon to keep trading her*. . oerore. We innte
1>™,k , ,ttik,..kq.."k,"*4'""™"'T .•
moat cordially invited to come and see us. ******* "ethoda. You are
The Red Springs Citisen says: “For a number of yean. W i ti.
•^LR hmrt held responsible positions with tK iT* ^ Thrower
Co., Mr. Thrower as leading salesman of the grocery d JI °hn T* TI,rower
pericnc* that fit them for the bulnen^tliey hav^takm!>l* k j “* "
*re of gentlemnnly bearing, Polite and conrteonnto^ererybody^’ “““ ^
Whea you want something good to eat, think of
Thrower & McLean
Phone 23 Laurinburg, N. C.
OUR ANNUAL REPORT
According to our usual custom, we have had
the second annual examination of our Dairy Herd,
the^eport of which follows. This examination was
made by Dr. Alexander of Wadesboro, N. C., a
graduate of Ohio SUte University and a liscened
Tofwhom it may concern:
j I, S. A. Alexander, (D. V. M.) have tested for
| tuberculosis the dairy cattle of the Oakland Dairy,
| and them to be free from this disease with
j two exceptions, only one of which was being milked.
S. A. ALEXANDER, D. V. M.
i- . .
! We wish to Btate that the two animals referred
| to wore young cows that had not been previously
! subjected to the tuberculin test, one of which was
; notin lactation at present and the other only
! about ten days. These two of course have been
eHmated, aa is customary. This is considered a
remarkably good health record for a herd of this
THE OAKLAND DAIRY
LAURINBURO, n. c.
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