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Wanted—By Refined Elderly widow, employment for fCw
hour* dally, fight housework or tewing; good needlewoman.
Box 817, Star
Genrral H .usework-Young Mother, quick capable worker,
will be glad t. hear of a com fort*hie home, where she can
keep her baby with her. Aoply to Rox 1S17, Star.
English Woman, With Child, Desiree position aa housekeeper
to workingman; good e«ok and manager. Apply Box 420, Star.
nbose from a dty newspaper telle the story of the heart*
breaking poaitioa in wbieh many widows are placed unexpect
Snatched away in the prime of life—unlneored—their hus
band* had thought tomorrow would be time enough to insure
—but tomorrow never came.
Will your wife come to this or will yoc provide for her while
there is yet time. Let us tell you about the policies of the
8ouUMrn Life and Trust Company of Greensboro, N. C., and
particularly about that Company's disability provisions—the
last word in lift insuranea protection.
C. D. FRANCK,
Laurinburx, N. C.
^ Southern Sunshine
"Whoa It Poarm, It Raigzm”
The Seed of Success
“If yo« want to
knew tritether yon are
going to be a soeceas
or failure in life, 70a
can easily find out.
The teat is staple and
infsHMe. Are yon
aUete save noaqr?
If art, drop oat. Yoa will foil oo oare ma yoa Bre.
Yoa may not think'ao, bat 70a wtlL The SEED
OP 8UCCE88 b notla yoa.^—JAJME8 J. HIM*
Habit* are eeede Kerb briogo forth after it*
kbd. Do yoa waat Jta,/‘dro» ootT Ha take
care that yoa 8EED QS^SUCCESS!
•to wri*}l .v
WE WILL HELP YOU
; scqite ciHi^tY savinos bank
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I FORSYTH COUNTT LIAM Ef
SALS OP WAR STAMPS.
Franklin ud Cleveland Me N«xt-r
SUto Hu IUM • Per Cut W
Its Quota, Six States Net
Tet Raised t Per Cent
Winston-Salem, N. CX. May 26
Foray ih County la still leading the!
8tate I nth* aala ef War Saving*;
Stamps. A report leaned today from
State Headquarters for War Saving*
•bows that Forsyth her sold 80 per
cent of her qoota. Franklin County !■
ne« With a sale of 21 per cent and!
Cleveland i* a does second with SO,
per cent. The counties of Cabarrus,
■Catawba and Pasquotank have raised
17 per cent, while Edgecombe has
raised 16 par cent.
The coentlci raising 10 per cent
b«t net as much as 16 ate: Ala
»aace 11. Bkrkt io. Buaeombe It.
Cherekee 10, Chowenll, Currituck 14,
tevidaoa 14, Durham It, Oran villa
11, Greens 18, Guilford 14, Haywood
14, Hamderaon 10, Hertford 10, Jeces
11, Lee 14, Lenoir 10. McDowell 10,
Montgomery 10, Memo 14, Northamp
ton 18, Orange IS, rerqnlmam It,
■Mkiagham It, Rewan IS, Seetlaad
18. Stanly 18, Ualen 11. Warns 10,
and WUaon 14.
CooBtim that Hart taiaad only 1
per cent of their quota are Graham,
Macon. Polk, WUkaa and Yadkin.
Tboao that bava not yat raachad the
I par caat mark are: Brunawtek,
Clay, Dare, Gatos. Hitched and
Whila the State has ralaad only ft
par sent of Ha qssta, tha figures shew
that daring the month of April the
State's aalaa were almost doubled.
Tha same increase was shown in tha
number of War Seringa Societies or
ganised. While Guilford and Ror
•yth hare organised mare nrlatlaa
In numbava. Orange and ■‘-hmmil
counties hare mart nearly rose bad
their quotas of soeietiaa. No aalaa
wore reported for the mouth of April
for Asha County. As Arsry's appar
Hnnmut has pot yat Wan determined,
tha per cant of her aalaa to aat known.
SPECIALIZED CLBBK8 DBG ENT*
Wuklactoa, D. C, Jan* 10—Kx
part clerical work ha* a non hapor
tnnt plac* ta th* G«miiaal'* war
acfxxlutkxi than-* people real*
ia*. W* all know that th* war can
net b* awn ia th* tranche* tiara;
that an *ff*etlv* **t*bH*liiw*wl at
hoot* i* vital to th*-in *f th*
hnot'Jib wn oadart*k*a bjr any
nation; bat th* felPaxtoal to which
tho ap*dallt*4 dark ia n**d*d ia per
bapa not yanrelly understood. And
it ia in this elaaa of^work that wp
“•n has* th* b«*t opportunity to b*
of real tervioe to th* Gortrnnat at
In th* national capital aloe* th*
Chilian fore* taeranaad from to ,000
ta nearly 80,000 daring th* Brat yaar
of ow pertidpetioo in th* war. Nta*.
tenth* of the n«w 'i**pliij*M ere
dark* of dna Idad or another, and
faQy thra-foartha of than ar* vr
Man. 18400 itenograpbem and ty
ptaU.rn. week eonatantiy to th*
o«da Mad* aacaaaary by war penpaxa
ttan* on a Mat* such as th* world
ha# aawar before knows.
Oanml dark*, that W, thorn with
p • apadalty, aw not iHffleaH to ab
ihalaa, chargad wtth tha data ad
HwtUac tha efrtl aarriaa to aUM
war aaada, la aapartwaiac dMkoMy
|tatw«a ad tha ChrO Sarriaa frri-|a
| atm at tha yaddiw hi ah dttaa aw
tk, Uoir,l„ Umi to th* War.
k ■ . . ■ ,
own aW I ua imlaik
not • kritti mk of kM
MU' km InittW tfcu tTatlm to'
SSSm'h *ui£S! ££*££
EOmt If k |« ktotttof
rwto ototoUMr. Lotot tttotto
to th* Motor to th* mm 4
M mt di i# Mm mmLI
fan UkkUht tot* i mot tooM to
Remember The Lusitania!
It is reported that tha Captain of tha submarine that sank the
Lusi'ania has lost his mind. His little girl had hsea out in a rain
storm and earns lato the house wringing.wet—hat in hand and hair ~
disheveled. The eight of this drove him cresv. * We think be must
have been craay before be sank that ship.
Americana went down without warning. American ww with
babies clinging to their breast, want down into the icy eaten ihien
*o their graves amoeg'the oorti reads. Our boys are try Nr to bring
tha bloody Hone to jus ties for each as that—but gas wont shoot
without bullets. One War^evfage Stamp wilt bay 100 hukats.
IT’S YOUR SHOT
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D. M. GILLIS CO.
The Home Of Good Things To Eat
Cast Your Ballot
its Ugh tints you wars voting. Th* polls will dons nraitloii sail
you can't, you most not delay looser. On ono side is Pais and Death
—on the other side Peace and Life.
You can't sit cn tbs fenaa yoa've got to toko din. A vote for.
ir~iI— *- - *— p*>-- Tx—"*- —* Tnlni m iln itaithlag
for America, then you an easting tjte Kaiser's BaBst. Ysu ean’t bo
nsotral A vote for Unde Seas goes
“For Everything Good and Godly99
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?nm yo« rataM to b«7 OM Wac^Kfiaa* Mto-rla aMWm to 1mO>
to^jOto—y»rrnj»bto14 will) hjmmtmm iiMw to tom of
roo Mki forty mOtol tonrltoy ptluM you k«* dor
doimtol toMfrto ip(.rfw»Mh ~iU'^l-r1ni 8 wingli in IimIh
« -yT—>Vto fton-wn'l ittiAtoiitototoi to ,pffd te »
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mjunos* las yoa 10 nnai aaooaivo pastir no oorgtoal imt
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