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CHARLOTTE LADY OF 78 i
YEARS HAS GAINED
Mi*. J. P. UM Wu Down to N
PojmW—Now Able te Do Howe
"Just think of it. I MB 7* year* old
nod was down to 90 pound* when I
start ad on Tanlac; now, after taking
only a aingta bottle I have gained 10
pounds and am again able to do all
my housework," declared Mr*. J. P.
Hitch, 700 North Davkleon street,
"Now I have a splendid appetite
and am really ashamed of myself at
times for eating to much," the aged
lady smiled on. "And enljr n while
hack I was in a pretty had way. La
grippe and bronchitis last winter left
mi in i very week and rundown state.
1 was alarmed at ray condition for I
never wu any too strong in my Mfe
and then I-bed fallen off to 90 pounds.
“Now 1 am on my mcond bottle of
Teniae and weigh exactly 100 pound*
end am much wronger and can do-my
housework. ] advise anyone suffer
ing u I wu te give Tanlac a fair
tnal and the rest will take car* of
itself." she ended happily.
Genuine Tanlac is sold in l-eurin
bvg only by Bias's Drug Store; Gib
son, WTl. Gibson; Lexington, Smith
Drag Co.; Hamlet, Roy* Pharmacy;
Fairmount, Pnlrmoont Drug Co.;
Maxton, Bernes Bros.; Hoffman, Hoff
man Drag Co.—Adv.
r Dag Saw the Daager.
The right hind of e dog makes a
splendid protector for the children. It
seems to be the chosen occupation of
certain breeds to watch the little tod
dler* when the parents' eyes are not
upon them. How utacy times does the
quick wilted four-footed playmate end
guardian keep the little ones from
daager and barm I Instance* are with
out number. The editor of the Fort
Deposit (Alabama) Clarion asnds ua
for pobUeation tha following true
story related to him by bis neighbor,
This gentleman has a full-blooded,
r# filtered colli* about oac year and a
half old. He a Lao hai a bright little
boy of throe. The little bey and dog
are great friend*. Wherever you eee
one you toe the other.
Some time ago the little boy came
down to the drug store to pay his fa
ther a visit. Many train* pas* her*
in the afternoon, and he'asked hie
f.uher to let him go outside a ad eee
them as they passed. HI* father if***
him permission and the boy went out
and stood at the edge <tf the pavement
for a while. the dog keeping do** to
his side. S»un a fast unseenger train
came along—one of those that doesn’t
•top but rushes past at about forty
miles »i hour, Child-Ilka, the little
fellow lift the pavemont and started
to go Avar the back. /After going a
few steps the co'.lie tdnk hold of the
- boy’s arm with his teeth nnd wouldn’t
"let him go one step nearer the track
until the fast train pnsacd on. The
little boy scolded the dog. and struck
bins with his free hand but the collie
petbackand held on to him until the
*bor^o^Uhest^l?h*t icg It worth his
weight in gold, and proved to be much
more careful with Ms charge than the
average nurse would have boon.—Our
Concerning the Purchasing of Ground
Umtm and Marl.
Firman will generally nnd It poeai
bla to Mva considerable sums of moo
•y on thair purchaaaa of ground llme
•wna and marl by getting price# from
the State Department of Africultare
which baa (tale contracts with the
hading line grinding companies that
are located near enough to North
Carolina territory to do business In
W. A. GRAHAM.
Commissioner of Agrletdtare.
Aa exchange prints the following:
"A Westerner had hanged himself to
the bed poet by his suspenders. The
verdict of the coroner's jury ran, 'De
ceased came to his death by coming
home fall and mistaking himself for
his pants.’ "—Galveston Tribune.
Ha—"Your boo did not graduate,
She- -“No—Charlie hae ae aiacb col
lage Spirit! Yoa know then are as
many graduating every year that k
cripple* college athletics/—Judge.
TaCara a CaU la Oae Day
This it to certify that my lands ia
Scotland county are “POSTED” and
tree peering on line is forbidden un
der penalty of the law.
Mrs. J. C. Powell.
OtleenOat Msearta, HuSds Uplyeka
TaeOM eeeaUeri seeeesl eneiamhu leeie.
oiom TABTUtitaacant Tome, ieteee eee
leas a tree leeie. r~r eNn eel ratline M*
TV Bostick Mule Co. win offer for sale to the highest
bidder all of their property, real and personal, at their offices
JANUARY 16th, 1917.
Th^y will offer one house and lot la the tywn of Lanrin
burg, known as the Hinson house, one warehouse and two
lota in the town of Wag ram. now used at a cotton storage
house by the Cotton Warehouse Co. Several mules and
horse*, plow* and agricultural implement*, office fixtures,
desk* and adding machine, harness and all of the accounts,
notes and chattel mortgagee remaining unpaid on that data.
Thi* is a bona fide sale, every thing will be sold to the high
All account* due the Boetick Mule Co. must be settled
before January 16. 1917 or they will be exposed for sale at
public outcry. / All perron* desiring to settle their accounts
before that date must see me as no one else has the authority
to make settlement for the Boetick Mule Co.
Rttmembc^ the date, January. 16th, 1917. at TEN
O’CLOCK at the offices of the BOSTICK MULE CO.
Any thing* belonging to the above Company can be bought
at private saleLefore the publi^juKtJw- ’Phone or see
J. Jji. Sutherland
“Ten Degrees Down!”
But the shrinkage of the mercury doesn't
concern your comfort if you've bean fora*
handed with a Perfection Smokeless Ofl Heater. i
It stands for praparadnaaa •(mine* sudden
weather ctunttc Gives comfort losurance i
when the fumece has an off day. Drives away
those little W) chile that a coal fire’* too ex
pensive to cope with.
Wanna badranaa, barhrair, and library. Too can
•any it any wear*: aed !«*• atwaya daaa. fceMb and
Mote tkan t^oaoao aaara ara in ekmaM. AW
any food dayarunant aaora. fomitara or kardwara en.
(Am AAaddTn Saoertiy Oit-for boot raaoAa
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
% * C**r1«mta W.Vb. I
PERF TION .
An extraordinary number of owners have little or no occasion to
call on the dealer for service. v . '
Is is 1 that with a little care and a trifling expendi
ture a car bail! ns Dodfe Brothers car isbuih can maintain itself
for an indefinite period.
This Is not an accidental nor an occasional reeuii.
It is the general experience doe to the design of the car.
Its light, strong construction was carefully calculated to promote
economy as well as capable performance.
It will pmy yoe to visit m txmmins this eer.
Tkt Ift-T1*" cwiapdM U uaaaally U». *
TS* Ura bUnO »• aaaamaUj Sign
Tssiiai Car *r XoaSitac, ITS*; Wtator Taariag Car tf SaaSatar, K to, SaSaa, SUSS
• (AU pricaa L*S Datrelt)
Laurinburg, ‘ North Carota.
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That's tit* earns that baa beso given to Daybreak Finely Ground Phosphate by soar* of the
boat farmer* la 8eotkod, Richmond and Robeaoa Counties. They have been using ft for
■ix years and have proved it to be ths moot economical and profitable fsrtiliaar.
Daybreak Pboaphato is tbs only fertilizer that remain* the same pries aa before the War.
Here's what some of the best farmers have to aay about It:
Ur. Von. L. Uihem says be used Day bread Pboephate and to entirely satisfied with
results. Wltl um it again this year. Mr. Gibsoa to ooa of the best farmers la hto
tonality and knows a good thing when ha ness it
Mrv. D, O. Wright a prosperous farmer of Route 1. Gibson. N C., bee tread Day
brsek Pboaphnte for **.*ral years aad will eontlno* to use. Bays ha ip aotireiy
mtisfled with results.
B. F. Paste, a leading fanner of this seettou. say* bs has used Daybreak Phos
phate six years and is entirely satisfied with results; eays he will ese no other as
' bag mb* can get Daybreak Phosphate.
Daybreak Phosphate to prepared in perfect mechanical condition to give results. Ninety
five per seat wtH pass through a screen with 10,000 openings to tbs equals inch; about 78
per cent petting a screen with 40,000 opening* to the square Ieoh; aad 60 par seat being
. of the earns finances as floor:
TWs mechanically perfect product Is quick la action and it contains «ufRei#nt Phosphoric
-Add to supply the crop from • tart to maturity.
* Each ton of Daybreak Phosphate is guaranteed to contain a minimum of St per cent,
that Is 888 pound*, of Phophoric Add. ThU makes the ooet per pound, or the seat per
i unit, exceedingly tow.
1 Get ready now for big crop*. Write or tebpboae your Mead, Mr. W. T. Wright, Roots 1,
Gibson, N. C.. (Telephone 8808). for prises delivered to year station.
Federal Chemical Company
1 Ground Rock Dept,
: Columbia, Tenn.