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N. C. Jobbers Boy
In Carlo d Los
JNO. M. WOW * CO, AND OK. T.
cl nm co*
dee ever given by worth .Pawnee
will be placed .41 aalo la practically
“A number of age at lee already
have bean eetaWieheT la a very lim
ited time, bet it la aey deal re that the
dirtfib**.! >a be tca-o mure complete
**Wttb tbla and In eieer, I take thlo
mean* of notifying dranrtrta, end
dealer* who ate mtererted to write
or telegraph IS. V. WllUa, Fourth na
tional Bank Bldg, Atlanta, Ga."—
«p of 109.000 bottioo per month,
.mashing all world’s record*.
Memphis jobber and realtor* have
raid since April 3, 1916. MXHK brt
Atlanta jobber and retailer* have
•old sine* October 19. 1915. 189AM
Birmingham jobber aati retailers
have sold cine* August IS, 1915, 16*.
Nashville jobber and retailer have
•old tinea August II. 1915, 155,759
Macon jobber and retailer have sold
inc* November 17, 1915. 1*6*30 bot
Jacksonville jobber and retailer
have sold tine* January 22. 1918, 89,
taStra. mss, ss.stfK
’“tEm'mW.oii* Min." Mid G. ,.
'Villi*. International Distributor of
Tania.-, “mean but on* thing, and
•.Ml Is- "**rU. TUnW i* TPVI .vi
-.arriard, 11 is true, bat such a Urge
r.fui rapidly growing demand coind
not be brought about by advertising
ukme. It's what she nmgbbow any
bst rou.iki. t>ne bottle is add in a
icighborivjod thn.afich advertising,
out titn more arv sold in that eom
.ti i,iky m u.v the lint botils produces
T.-anise is now sold oxelusivriy in
’aurinbur* by Bin*’* Drtm Stun; u>
Lanai Hill by the tearal H1U Drug
'Jo., in Wag ram by Nar I McLsan
ud in Gibson by W. L Gibson.—Adv.
Mat careful not to expose tha pa
tient or to allow him to become chill
,7. Keep patient’s tooth and mouth
' l As long as patient tea fsvar
ghr* only liquid diet—fruit Juice, meat
J*1**.' ^Hses'pstteaTapitla paper e*
eld cloths rilfi can b« burned; and
^*lS,^Keep^pntlant in bad at lento
three fdP dsqjrs irfter ithajarar tea
5mn» mm BMttBIlil MBd nliPtf CMIli
often otoUfT pntionta tern leave
iva autttaa far a m
L-m. f%a B||Mf aknn
I. detail tTSTctos. bra
Look out for Span
At the first sign of
a cold take
Hllj llll III
Somebody’s DoUara WW Do It—
I Wonder if Tbey’H Be Yours
I WILL Ml you what will happen some
night this winter in France. Some
night when its cold and dark. There
will be a rustling through the front line
treneh. where our bo, ■ stood guard. And
a Lawry lsdcaad Secretary will make,
his way along.
In Ms hands will he great steam**
pets^hi his pocket chocolate and ciga
From one man to another he will go.
passing a cup full of hot coffee fee hands .
that tremble wkh toe cold; bringing the
comfort ef.a bit of sweot and a smoko. ~a
Mon -will hall him cheerily, slapping M
him esi toe hack; and Mas he has goneH
things will be a little easier in that trench e
because he haa paaeed that way.
How muck wtil It ecet to make that
trip, do yon supjpoes? Counting toe
pittance that toe Secretary is paid, and
the coat bf toe chocolate and the ciga
rettes end all?
Five dollars? Twenty-fire dollars?
1 do not know.
But whether it is five dollars or
twenty-fire, Td like to ftM that it to
my fire or twenty-five—wouldn't you?
That eonw night when ifs cold and lone
soma. say money and yams might send a
Secretary out along that frontUnotrench.
Let's make up our minds that wo are
going to pay for a score of those trips.
A score of the nights this winter shall be
—nights when the boys greet joy
ously the chocolate and cigarettes that
our money provided; and are happier
because nur representative has passed.
United Wer Work
For tbo Bofi ia
SERVICE THAT WINS
THE SOUHER HEART
Fred Lockley, Y. NLC./L Tells of
the Gratitude of the Bo/s
at the Front.
"One of the discoveries men ar*
Slaking mrr liorc," I'nd -Lorklay, of
the T. II. C. A. and of Portland, Ore
gon, wrltJa from London, "la that
non piptnuna can ba had oat of (li
tnc than gritlna. Many a man who
baa ajwMt money freely In the old dajra
to hay pleasure la dotting that ho gala
mart pleasure over boro by the spend
ing of oae’a self is tho am lea of other*
"A few month* ago I want out with
a fallow T. M. C. A. aorrotary to huet
ap ont-of-ttw-way Attachments of
iroopa. A stable guard hate, a ma
chine geo company there. • platoon
am m ban else. We carried ear
panda In an aatemahga. We bad
plenty of wrtilag paper sad eartdupaa
far (tee dbwrfbutiee, aad chocolate,
aanfcln* chewtag tobacco aad aamfciag
I shares. cl *a rotten roaor kUSia.
Weth pnsro aad ibias* Of thy bind Nr
were baay eiauwhtaa. We fa and Sal
titles Awmr lassies mating fryha»n
Nr Ska beys and K. e< OLoacrotarHo
Amarttan Library Asoeetsclen wars te
he area aa an aMca ■ '
fare yea dismiss the company? We
hear t. M. C A. geode far ale.'
"He «aM: dtlght new. Sergeant,
dtnulaa the company T
"And lea eaconda later the company
wna la Mae waiting la hay coeds from
ear iroroUng *X.' (Iratafud Ip as name
Nr It. The mm mat da eaaagh te
New their grouted*"
Why Ym SfcwM Ofve Twice
Wta t Ym DU B tton
ft* wnniMU Iw tut Om
•mm aaMM ftw tkt ear* af Ik*
—• I* tea aarvie* at H7a.«0.M
Cal— Awartraaa *l*a twtea aa
w*ck aa a*w t**f ara aar eaMtan,
•altera u4 — riaa* la Iktk mar mat
M» (—(tea feaiteteea
IMH mOm af aaata Mm
%Mk atk latte MwkB
*!—» aa—teate"*** - •
Lieut. Coningsby Dawson, Fight
ing Author. Makes Stirring
Appeal for Y. W. C. A.
l.leut. rofllnarshy Dnssnn, who wrots
"Carry On," cuts of tint war wurk
wblrb Hip Y. W. C. A. la hulog: “You
at homo mono! tight with your Urea,
but yon ran Ogut arlth yoor merer
Tbo Y. W. C A. la offartng you Jest
lids rhatK-UL It ganiton* 11m wotoso *
support trmrhps, which its baMad thr
wpn'a It nkfca you in vuppty tbpsi
with aiualtluoa of Mity that thay
■at bo poaasd Ob In as. Wa aosd
anch rappitoa badly. Girt gaaaraaaty
Hint wa may tba aaaanr defeat tbs
Wbat Llaat. Oaaraaa aaya aC tbs t.
W. C. A. h* might hast Mid of aU tha
eatloa* i orgaalMthma which arc cam.
lag tagatbep far tha klmai gaaarial
Fim Victory Boy’t Work.
Sit* tSdtSTjS; JSiT^3
► tr>t «. • v
Wiahe* to tnnounre, that they are ready now for
grinding Wheat and Cora. We eaa grind frvm 12
to 15 buehela of Corn per boor, and an equal
amount of Wheat. You can connt on qaick aer
▼ire. When you ara coming to thia point, glee cu
WAGRAM MILLING CO.
Wagnun, North Carolina
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
BUY YOUR BONOS PROMPTLY
You are (tom® to buy bonds, of course.
Perhaps yro think It realm Httla difference if y«l buy
them today or next week—
Rut ii does !
Buy yi-ur bonds as quickly as you can. Tires and ef
fort are precious tnau days. Don't make it necessary for
your government to urge you to lend—avoid the waste of
needless publicity. Do your part to make the nation aa
efficient as vou want it to be, by showing your efficiency
hi boad baying.
BE QUICK—BUY YOUR BOND 3 TODAY.
First National Bank,
A. L. JAMES. Pres T. J. GILL. Cushier.
vV H NEAL. Vice Presidenr
They’re Dying For You
Boy* frc.tr j our county are or the Weatern Front—
Riving their lives fer you and yoor home You arc »till
here witn fri»nd* and loved one*—living in cornier;, hap
pincM and peace.
In the War Saving* Campaign - July 23rd to 28th—
this County tailed to taieo its quota. Wo cannot afford to
-»nd MUST not let the boya over there beer of thin.
Therefor*, another wind-up drive to put tfci* ooonty in the
right place, win be conducted toon.
Can you think of a cheaper price to pay than mere
money? Getramjy for the Ganvmeen aod pledge all you
can for your boys over there.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
^ J -9r.jr*r .v ,.1 . ■ ii i
3—o—Mr eat Aaron. Pah—. hni
Floral arraapoaisnr for uy oe—toe.
Prompt rUratioa to oat-of-town trim.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Phone 441-44*. 8 N. Tryoe 8t Charlotte, N. C.
BLUE'S DBUQ STORE. Apreta
JUST A REMINDER
Year baUdinge mre today worth froai tweaty
fire to «fty per «*t wore than they ware three
Hava yaa adj acted year Are taearaacc fa
take eare ef the taereaae ? If act aee oe today.
Laurinburg Agency Co.
Insurance and Loans