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Make His Dreams Come
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Lwt night Americas soldiers, sleeping in the
imahtioa ef France, drsamsd of victory—of
America safe, free and happy.
They have left the comforts of Hie to Ight
the Hons. To help stamp out of the minds of
tha Sana forever their Ideas of world dominion.
Ton must back them up. Loan your dollars
ta Mm Government.
Buy War-Savings Stamps.
COVINGTON SUPPLY CO.
Laarinbarg, North Carolina
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Pn j;wr 441-442 8 N Tryoo 8t. Charlotte. N. C
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UD CROSS JOINS IK CARS OF
Win Aid State Baud af Baalth ta
CMw af Mae Rstermed From
Camps ar Bafaated Uecaesa
While the imaiau la preparing
ttaaaph (pactai hospitals to car* for
aB maa la service who cun tract tabar
mMa tha American Bed Cm Bo
ebtr b Wahl* wtthAetj-Taberrolo
•*« AaaatliH.aa and State Board* of
Health ip tha flat to care far tha
<maa called far aarvtee who era reject
lad bacaoaa eSeeted with tea Baa
1 haa mad haaa perfect*
Rad Cross in
i DMsiaa. inetodiag
- —, tree taint of
tejacted u tabercaloaa, tha to*
vidad hy the-family to he divided'!*
l»ia Stato and laeal agendas.'
The Initial emitact with rammed
tab sr colon ooldtara and rafsttad
registrants will be thnmph the Hama
tanks Committee, which will larcatl
pate caaaa referred by tha division
aBea. aad tha reports wg| ba focweto
ad ta at tear tea Stato ft all Ttemta
loeta Aaaoaiattaaa or Stato Board ad
Health. lo North Carolina tha work
wM ha doaa thresh ehs Barm ad
Tbhcmlaab of tha Stete Board ad
Health, msder tha direerioo of Dr . L.
Ihroaph this apaary aa expert ax*
—taatfaa aad dtapwaaia la to ba made
■ad tea proper ears aad treatment
eatMasd. In a majartty af tea saasa
R b axpaetad that tha patient will ba
aMe ta snugs so aarry sot tea pka
eotUaed for him. la those caaaa
•here ha (■ not aaslstanaa ad the Rad
Cteaa win ba added to laeai» a full
ippartwaltj for tha tsaovary af tha
Tha ia^ortaaaa af the arraage
mant amy ba aaaa from tha fact that
already there have bean 189 man
Item North Carolina discharged boas
training camps hacanai af tabarsolo*
ab. Mora than a thousand others
have bean rejected for aerrics in this
State for the same reason. Of tha
sent back froas camps nine are
asm at tea State Sanatorium for
treatment and another is axpaetad ta
arrive within tha next few days. Tha
•tears will ha ranched in conjunction
with tha Red Cress.
WILL KEEP RECORD OF EVERY
Ptapk Have a Right to Ram Who
Mat Haasce WarThraugb
Attention i* being called through
a bulletin Isued today from State
Headquarters for Wsr Savings to the
fact that a record win be kept ef ,ev
styp ansa's support to the War Bar.
*n*s Cast paige during tbs wUak of
Jana 2*-28. At this time during tho
Rpsk beginning June tS, every tax*
payer will bo railed on to sabeeribe
Ms utmost—for hleeeetf sad tba da
P—dsnt metnbere of Us haflp—is
the War Savings loan. A record will
bo mads and kept of his sahaeripttoa,
to hie Mason for sot oabucribiag. Tho
OovernaMut wants to know H there
are those whs are not willing to top.
part tho Government in times like
thaas by sebocribiag to the moot at*
Nasties Isas that say
tba loan vol
a record of sewyhedy'a rapport dor*
lag the War Serfage Drive are many,
fa tha test place, people hereto ataeh
right to know who are deputies at
home as to know who sen tha desert
ers hi the Amy. Dmsrters la tba
War Savings Campaign are no mors
Am tha arstosthw of nrrery than da*
sorters at the peat Furthermore,
the Government proposes to deal with
these who desert Its aeons at hems
as ft weald deal wfth thoss who da*
sorted fa active sstvlcs
wWch s record wUl be made sad kept
as a iscatt of the drive cf Jane tP-M
vela be the amount of the pledge
made by every tea pajas, srklss*
tnoe for net pledging, sr if Ms ptodge
Is not in keeping trith Us nbOty, sad
farther, for kit fata* to ettoed tho
pmaring on Friday,
». la whfch be has boon
aadortho prnrti■ ■ Heesd the;_
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CONVICT CAMPS IN PILTUT CON
Iwpwtof far Slats Beard at HstlU
Mad* Uaeauslly Bad Ceadittoae
to Forsyth County.
Though tha department of health
of Perayth county Is among tha moat
ththnl to the State tha' county has
two com let cwaSp* that rank among
the won*. according to too reports
Juste received from an inspector of
the Stela Board of Health. The de
partment of hsalth, under the direc
tion af Dr. A. C. Bulla. Is auiking •
ramnrkahlp reseed to the primitisn
jsf the public health work la the coon
ty but bee beau unable te todaee the
menhirs of the board of county com
misslsasrs at the county te carry eat
the rules end regulations for the gw*
onto* of campe for convicts as adop
ted by tha lam suasion of the General
The Inapictsc far the State Beard
of Health who has Just visited Par
theca at M and M. the UgbceTU^
for a camp, where toe regulations are
fuOy carried out, being 1«0. Dr.
Bella, the county health officer, is
ntosted by toe tom«cter aa saying that
he has Soudsmwod the eutottog cendi
ttoi mouths age, end has boost try
tag to hat the eampe cleaned up with
The tnapsrtnr state* that at camp
aembir two he found Rise to swarms
as a result of the insanitary eandi
Hons, stabtos osar the camp, tods
dirty, ae wash basiae, as towels, no
privy, end e bucket of excreta stand
tog exposed to the Rise at the en
trance to the sleeping quartern at flee
o'clock ia toe afternoon.
The State Board of Health to cell,
tag public attention to the eeadttloae
msutiansd became of the bearing
upon tbs general heelth condition*
Forsyth county is spending a cemrid
asahU earn of money each year on
health work, yet the conditions to too
eampa are such that mock of the good
eeeempWehsd through mouths of ef
fort cua be destroyed to a few days.
The man to toe camps ere not only
needlessly asp cued te contagious dis
ease* by each filthy conditions, but
spread of such diseases beyond the
eoefijme at the camps is invited.
A GOOD FRIEND.
A good friend standi by you when
in need. Laurinburg people tell how
Doea’s Kidney PlUs bar* stood tbs
toot. Mrs. J. C. Cels of Mill Sc.
Laurinburg, endorsed Doan's three
years us end again confirm* tbs
story. Could yee aak for more con
vincing testimony? -
’••.Tbr-*** years previous to my
taking Doan’s Kidney Pills, I angered
everything with' my kidneys,” says
Mrs. Cole. Tor Weeks it a U»e7l
weald be down in bed and my kidneys
eaeeed me a let of distress by acting
irregularly. My back ached almost
constantly and nights I couldn’t sleep,
it pained me so. Mornings I could
hardly get oat of bed and my bead
ashed and I felt dlxsy. Nothing I
took did me any good until I started
using Doan’s Kidney Pills. The first
boat gave me relief and four boxes
helped me wonderfully." (Statement
given March 28, 1016.)
Oa May a, 1818, Mrs. Cole said:
“I gladly Tocnmisaf Doan’s Kidzsry
HUa again. I have never bad any
trouble witt my kidneys since Doer's
eared me. I advise others suffering
from kidney trouble to give Doan’s a
trial and what I said in my fanner
statement still holds good."
90c, nt aH dealers. Foeter-MUbani
Co., JMfgzs., Buffalo, N. Y—Adv.
ALCOHOLIC DRINK 18 FOE TO
he EKmtoetien Declared to Be One ef
GreaSest Faetera far Press art ea
ef PebMe Health.
That tW elimination of etooholie
drink would be the greatest single
factor in tku promotion of tko public
health woa tho declaration of Dr.
Arthur Dana, Boron, tho nearly sleet
ed president of tho American Medical
Aaaociatien, in Ms inaugural ad dram
to tho more then flea thousand mam
baas of tha Aaaotiatian In nnnunl ses
tios recap tty at Chioage. Tha aem
dau af the annual moating ware dm
rated largely to tiueratiina af prob
lems af haatth which hare bean nm
isdawif bp tha war.
Dr. Baras wan heartily thimid
whan ha aaBad open tha lflfljMQ mem
ban af tha Agaaciann Madieel Aaaaeia
tie* bo flght far proMMMmu
“Than aa» he no doobt,- ho told,
“of tko tnjurtoua efforts of oloakol
drinks mbath tha pbyaiagl and man
na ko no doobt flat'dhfMtw da
lla fleeter wu «ou euetni lu tho intar
ssts af tho public health of tko notion
would ha the aMmiaotien af ■IwhlHl
If you ore not Pnysirally fit—Take
King of R cimatuctive Tonics
••MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD ALL OVER”
No Advance In Price-One Dollar All Druaviata
It is the duty of the telephone
operator to ascertain the number
wanted and ring the bell of the party
called. If the called party is slow to
answer the operator is as helpless as
Most of what you might think
is “slow service” is caused by the sub
scribers not answering promptly.
You can help the service by answer
ing your telephone promptly.
Mon you TtUpbont SmiU
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
T. A. M0RJU9. MANAGER.
We invite >ou to eall and inspect our lino of bathing
capo. Now showing tho latest in this season's stylet.
Come sod look these o.er while the selection is complete.
BUY WARSAVINOS STAMPS-show Uncle Sam
that you are squarely behind him in the big hght.
EVERINGTON’S DRUG STORE
The San-Tox Drug Store.
L««i»bar», North Carotin*
Are You Backing Up Our Boys
Oar hays wha ara aacrlddag tbatr Hraa far yaa aad mat if as,
yaa wld aab a Mg aacridae erary day aad laaa UNCUE SAM
ymr away. Tea wM bay War 8ariaga Stampa aad Thrift
Staa^a araey day.
A War 8a*taga Stamp state, Uda maath. $4.17. Par each
StaaM* the UaMad fttatoa Oeraraamat wtQ pay yaa SJ* Jaaamy
Twmty Plra Oral Thrift Stampa are said. If yaa wtoh la aara
yaar patwa Wbaa rixtaaa af thaaa bars bam aftnd la a
Thrift^OwfLjraa aaa gat a War Barlaga Stomp by payhqr » few
WB 8BU. WAB SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS.
»W tto today bay aaa arary day—bay aatfl yaa lad that
yaa hare mada a aacrMaa.
CMra each af yaar ildldria Ttadj Ftra Caata aad taaah them
to aara by baylag THRIFT STAMPS.
Ba a MS par aaat Amartoaa—Uaaa yaar maary to Uaala flam.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
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of eoatoa to
warrant «f atone
K7 ari nU M dhrtae right. Ato
wtoeea ato ahoald oliaai
■ctlan af the organ toad aiadieai pew
fcaatoa of thto reentry to aeeww pew
artten hr law —toe* the tnjory that
IriahU Mac to ear peoples not a» a
mM ho aeenrag. b thie erieto, when
•ad eMHmtka, wa mat argaatM tfca
artln nation k> tka maat aMart way
yaaalbla. and tMa eaaaat ba daa witk
oat aUoriaatlac drink.'*
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