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Eat Well-Feel Well
It all depends on what groceries you boy,
where you buy them, snd what you pay for them.
If you buy GOOD groceries you cat well.
If you eat well you feel well.
If you feel well you do well in your business
Can we tell you of a better reason why you
should buy your groceries from us?
Every one knows of the high standard of our
lliey all know of the low prices we charge.
Most people trade with us, anyway. Why not
Our one great effort is to please you, to please
each and every one of our customers, and by so do
ing to secure one of the most valuable of all adver
tisements—new customers through the good words
they speak of os to their friends. This is a frank
statement, possibly a little ont of the ordinary, bat
it is a fact, and it b bringing us new patrons every
day. It pays ns and it pays our customers—AND
BRINGS US NEW ONES.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
TOURS FROM 10 to 40 DAYS
The Thonaand Island
Glacier National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon of Arizona
Salt Lake City
- AND THE -
Panama- California International
at Daa Diego, California
The very highest elese of service, which makes travel
for pleaeore comfortable and enjoyable.
The Touts cover the moet attractive rootsa aad the
prtsdpel placet of 8eeoic end Historic Interest through
oat the Grenteet Country hi the World.
Writ# far rataa, fcsiHgt aad deaerigtirc
Touriet Agrnta, Seaboard Air line Railway
Raleigh, North Carolina
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HEMIN6 THE HNSE
FROM CELUIR TB ATTIC
WHIN YOU CLIAN HOUII OLIAN
attic firat and finmh
WITH THt CILLAR.
Usually All Oltaardad Mattraaaaa.
Raga, Ktc. Art Stared In .
Attla Whara Tbay Ara Easy
Fray Far •parka And
Mrm. Blandaumaera was cleaning
baaaa. aaalatad by iba blrad girl.
“What shall I do with this maltreat,
Mrs. Ulaadtmaieere? It aoaaa aimoat
too good to throw away, aad yet It
ain’t good enough to uaa.“
"Oli. atuw It a»4iy ap U tha aula
toasawhara; It might oooaa la handy
soma Uni." |
“Aad what about thl a a I all that's
sat out bara In tha corner of tha back
porch, tbla hot Ml of escalator and
sack of rags and that bottle of Una aad j
Oh. pat them up tn the attic, too,
I |MM "
And eo It |N< until tha attic tram
floor to root le full at boom of eaeet
•ter. old ptttmiM. old ctotbce. old
ran aad paper aed all maaocr of
Otbsr combusiiWe material. Aad Ikon
some dork day ecmaooe ooswi up
tato tha tutored place to bad tome
thing and lights a match to aoc by.
end then— •
Or a apark from, a crock In the
chimney, or one from the top of
someone else-* chimney floating In
through an open window, dona (be
boalnoaa when there le no one around
to tend In the alarm
Whan you clean home, doaa tha
attic drat. Oct fid of all that trash
that you are always (string and never
nee. It la la the way. anyhow, and It
la a menace ta yoar home every
hoar that you allow It to clatter up
. Make your hooec clean from cellar
to attic. In elusive — Kansas F. M. Bul
TMa Big Flee Would Hava Been Pee
v anted Had All Build I («s Bean
Pea tasted Against tha Flames.
Cammantlmg on the A agnate. On,
conflagration, ceased by tha tact that
the Dyer building In which the Bra
broke oat wee an protect ad. tha Orlo
nnU AetohsUc Sprinkler BalleUa
"tmr city^hoa hundred* and han
dled* of dangerous buildings already
standing. What are tha Ire proof con
struction advocates going to do about
theta bedding*? Wa cannot tsar
down what wa hare already hullt
Tha erection of a law fire-proof bfind
ing* hare and tha re aa older building*
burn Id no core at all. because It has
aa we think boon pretty well as!sh
ushed that a h<X-bla*e conflagraUoD
la not seriously deterred by now aad
than running up against a fire-proof
building. And moreover, tha word
“•re proof' I* a wry relative term,
because It does not taka Into account
the tons aad toon ot Inflammable con
tents that are contained within fire
“Wa are facing a ooadklea of burn,
able buildings, but w* are also facing
a far greater thing la burnable con
tents. We b*H*v* that It la more Im
portant to safeguard agisting bslid
ing* aad practically dro-proof their
eon tanta tbs* H Is to put ear trait la
replacing burned building* with ooa
burnable building* tan of burnable
contents Every Ire iwtidli* aagt
naar brews tha bast way to wish* the
contents at a building aa burnable,
aad It to not by putting those con tanta
to a stove.'
TJndar tba following lav Mta latar
ataea agaart* art forbidden to Blirapre
aaat pollr oootracta or twlnt than:
Becdtoa 4TT5b. "ifc Ufa lanquua
mnptar de^if bnnlaeee to tbla State,
IM no oBtr. I tractor. aollcMar nr
other agaat thereof, than aaaka, laaaa
ar rtrenlata, or eaaao to ba anda. la
aaad ar dreOlatad aay eettmate ffiaa
traftoa. ofreeiar ar atatotooat at may
mart naWreprtainting «ha toai at tba
policy taawed by H or tha fhWaafa or
abaraa of aarptaa to bo raoalrad tboro
•a. or ohall uta aay aaato ar tttlo of
aay policy or daaa of poUotoa toto-tp
rtatatlag aay qd toapaar. agaaat or
brrttaraaafco aay adarapramantotna to
ar la aay other company tor tba par
peat af inducing ar tending to tadaoa
aacb paraoa to Upaa. fartoK ar was
reader hta paid loaaraaaa.'
tom* ta'anw a pea* atoar'd
pto* 9) yaan! I auflertd *M
Manly trouble. I had tar*
I would die. I auliered to. At
tad. I decided totry Carted.
helped na right away. The
hd treatment aot only helped
.ae, hut it cwad m.”
i Tta Wtau'i Tide
Cdrted hetpe wom to tlaaa
at greatest aeed, tiawa It
eeatotoe ingrediMia wtucfc act
wadMad7' "* **
Sac d you tad durearagad,
Mae, oid-of-aaeti unable to
la your heu*«t)04d work, cm
ecouat o( your coudlhou. toop
•orrytog aad rvi Carted a
1M. H ha* helped dtouaaada
I wewm.—why net you 7
Try Cardui. Ml
I EASTERN RESORTS
via Um I
ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1
r allow tor law rowad tri» firw
NT1C CITY, N, J-IUS
juc, Va. LS
INIA REACH. VA. US
TUfata win to a)M far an tratoa an
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17th
Urol at ntnito to roach ortgtaal
atari ac phat to or tofan midnight
«f F XgjMpJwtorhl, Hit j
anew adattaaa aal any toSndTLiW'!
Matt a, caB oa
J. O^FOWLER^^ j
ATLANTIC COAST LINE*' C'|
Um Xaadard Railroad mi tho Booth.
Lurinburr* N. C.
W. C CALDWELL
OAc * on Bailroad Street, rear at
U. A. MeDoogakJe.
Aw Day Asm IK
FI US INSURANCE
4A L L MONAIR, AgaaU
T. 1 L HUNTER, MMagar.
Tull la* bast aaaapnU.a. Tear bad
>»•••' rtn ha apyracfatad aad eaiefUBy
haadi «L H
CHESTER SHU I
LOOK, FIT, FT:,
AND WE "PJUCE” OUR JHoEJ LOW WHEN WE '
MARK THEM. JHoE.5 MAY "LOOK” THE JAMC
AND YET NOT *E THE .SAME—NOT bY A WHOLE
THE LEATHERS U.5ED IN MAKING THEM AND
THE WAY THEY ARE MADE HAJ ALL TO Do WITH
THE WEARING QUALITY OT JHOEJ.
WE .STAND 5EHIND EVERY PAIR or £HoE£ WE
AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY Of THE SOUTH
Schedule Effective May 28th, 1918
Trains Leaving Lsnrinborg
No. U-8* A. M. Loss) for Hamlet. Charlotte and all in
termediate point*—Through Sleeper Wilmington to
Charlotte. Opm for pa— unit Wilmington at 10 P. M.
No. IS-7:27 P. M Local for Hamlet, Charlotte, asd ait Jo>
termed tale point*,— Connecting at Hamlet for al potato
North, South and South Want Pullman Parlor Car WB*
rotation to Charlotte.
Th.'wwh Puling 8enrtea Wilmington to Atlanta.
All StaalCare. On Friday Through Btaapar.
No. 20—8:86 P. M. Local for Wilmiagtoo and all intoraadhto
-T«. 1. r..- --- —— . -- ■
No. 14—9.07 A. M. Local for Wilmington ind all iotarmsdists
points,-Pullman Parlor Car Char lotto to Wilmington.
Through Dully Pullman Service Atlanta to Wilmington.
All 8teel Care. Through Sleeper tom Birmingham Sat
F<* additional information, aa to ratio, schedule*, or ra
serrations, call on local agent or write the undersigned.
J. Watson, Agent H. E. Pleasants, T. P. A.
Uuninlmrg. N. C. Wilmington, N. C.
' John T. Want, D. P. A.