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66 Ys»r» Succm
The Wonderful Record of Dr.
Thaeher’s Liver and
Thoao medicine* which live for even
m quarter of a eeniury are exeepOcnai,
•Bid BOBtinnou* ue for ever tero-thirda
of B Oaotury U indlrpnuble evideoee of
Dr. Thaoher'c Uver and Blood Byrup
oemelnto axiatcnoe in IMS, and from
that tuna to tne present tt baa drown
ha tba onuUdance and arUmatian of its
)Mil) i Miami ng number of ran.
ThMUfh aU thMt yean It has ataadily
actual Man of this medi
cine. who speak from
other worm tor to but
year* have beenao maf
girt ulna ui a inu r
trs Woman’s Toole
Mr*. Miry J. Irvin, ol
Cullen, Va., write*
"About 11 yens ago, I
•uUered untold aifcery
with female trouble, bear
ing-down paint, head
ache, numbnen* ... I
wwild go for three weaka
almost bent double ...
Myhaibend went to Dr.
- lor Cartful . . .
Alter taking about two
bottle, l began gofc«
■round aad when (took
three botflae I ootid do
an my work.- Mi
WHILE THE LAMP HOLDS OUT.
(Ur PROF. R. C BRANSON.)
A f«rw piriat la erary community,
not many, bat Ja*t • few—
Arc wall abl* to bay liberty bonda
and war stamps, bat so far bar* turn.
*d a deaf ear l* lb* oall of their coun
try aad th* aaaaa af baamaRy.
Or hors bought a a mall bend or two
when they could have bought a doseu
*r mot* of large denomination*—bar*
invested dimes instead of dollar*, to
gat their names la the printed list of
Or bars given not a penny or only
0 uia’a fee to th* Rod Cross, the Rad
Triangle, or any other war banavo.
Or bare opened their poraas wide
for interest-bearing bonds aad shut
them tight against outright gifts to
th* welfare ministry of tb* war work
> Or haw* boon cold and unresponsive,
lor Unfeeling aad eeen Insulting to the
1 devoted war-work on lolicitiag sub
Tbor* have boa* a few such parsons
atuiy what*—not folks, miad you, but
TSm a< tham are wheeling, grasp,
ing, hardened aM sinner*, without
boo* in this wand or any other.
Boom are gotta wnsmaalnaa hypo*
crlte* who groat oaetueody in th*
Boifca of tRbm—tho Ralaigh papers
ay^n m fBmjreU* of the aSt*
and other* look forward to • yd ace la
Paanwa'a Bio* Book.
' %’Way of Ceattsat.
mtirt than kotm of tktir whit#
The lepers cable their wav offerings
The Filipino* buy war sacurilios ev
s nr time they are offered.
The German prianneis at Camp
9gl*thorpe petition to buy the liberty
rands of America.
The boys in the war camp colleger
ray liberty bonds—180,000 worth ol
Wake Forost, and £#1,000 worth ul
tha university the other day.
Our soldier* at the front and in the
rsptnnment* bnjr bonds—mors than a
million dollars worth of one Issue at
Oar soldier boys lay their lives and
their pay envelopes side by side on Lbs
The little band of bomb-proof s'.tck
m i*> every coram unity—they iniy
fcUiing. they give nothing, they toc
reodev nothing in the iismo at liberty
■»nil humanity, neither treasurv nor
time nor offor.- nothing or dl«gr*cc
"uUy near to nothing!
Tb»v sr* few hcavon W praised
But they arc conspicuous—us con
vpivun'is us Coir nr-1 Judas. Bcoeiu-l
Arnold and Bolo Pasha.
Their name* are ro»- in the paper*,
Wt they nrs on everybody’s tongue.
And they are making history—re
The central authorities arc calling
lor their names.
And their name* arc bring sent lo
the federal bureaus
What they want with thtau slacker
lilts, few people know and nobody
cares—unless it be the secret service
■genes and the income tax officers.
Which reminds us that a half doxen
bank charters hava already
been canceled because tha director*
- - found in the slacker lists. And
applications for new national bank
vharters have recently been denied for
the same reason.
And so on end on. later—io various
other chapters yet to be written.
fliers cold-blooded, tight-listed per
sona in ovary community are Junlhig
with conscience and ertf-res sect. Uso
they claim to he patriotic—each
way, after his own manner
that the deadliest of all
__i ghat a man tails to hiae
idf to silanes his own aoni—th* “He
that atldceth is a mas.” In Baeoa’s
At best they an lukewarm patriots.
And lukewarm patriot# are aa
nauseous to a community as the hska
rm church at Laodtcaa was to tha
thy works, teat thou art
_ sold aar hot,” said ha. "T
teoa weet sold ar hot.
than beeaaea tea* ait taka
warm, aad aaifter cold aar hot, I an
thee out of our mouth.”
of ineffable as am aad
tempt Nothing eta*
at cif Htara
SOUTHEAST HEROES IN FRANCE
GET SUPPI IT LESS THAN
WHOLESALE PRICES OVER HERE
TRIANGLE BHOULOCftt EXPENSE OF TRANSPORTATION FROM
MANUFACTURERS TO CANTEENS IN FRANCE—SYSTEM
REDUCED TO FINAL BASIS AND RESULTS
NOW ARC VERY aRATIFYIIML
America* nerreaaa with Perahiag have facilities ter eoeabetUlag
high coat at llTlag that an absolstaly beyoad tha reach af rialllaae oa
Ibla aide or tha AtbutOc. Xraa thrlr mail loauriaa, aeeh as tebanca. Me
eoita. cakaa aad similar arJclaa. are obialaable at grlare that are coated
•rably lower thaa thaaa charged by ratalkare la America* tetter.
This la mad* pcateaic hccaaac the Army aad Kary T. Id C. A. baa takaa
etar aU peat atebaagaa la Praaca at the direct regent at Oaaaral Parch**,
ro that the Red Tfteagtr ta bow coadactlag the greeted bateaaar aalarfrlao
ta tha world
■*>baroo aad other “aupliaaaiarT" rapdlas are dlatribatad ta the boy*
la khaki at sadly what reals prices. The “V" makes ad a paaay of predt
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Designed Southeast Hostess Houses
Ml*' Katherine C. Bjdd. of w>w Tort flefll. who IrnirM t>« haMfri
te**** of Use Soul lira--1 at n Dv.iartnir-at, now engaged In Mirerrtsliu the
eon»?rn<"..on of oro at Dorr Field. stwr Arcadia, r»- Mira Gertrude Mayo,
of N‘»w York and Boat on architect for other Y. W. C. A. buildings at ualH
FOUND BO S DEEP
American Library Association Booka
Bur* Roach Sol41 ora. Bay*
“1 found ihe booka of tho Amc/lcaa
Library Axuotiatloa mrprhcni in
franco." ray* Haymond foedJck. chair
man of the National Cofntnlmdon tm
Training Camp Activate*. who ha* jaat
returned rrotn an rat an da it trip mr
••am, daring which ho conduct ad n
thorough lDTmUgatioo of the work
koine dour hr tha variooa war work
“I found them la dngoula thirty or
forty foot below ground, ka sow-burn*
whara ahrapnal had Mown part* nf
tha roof away, aa wall ha In tho eab
■tantial bn to and tanta tar back from
(ha Bring Hna.
"I hava fouad tb*a tn hoopitaia and
«w>k( atatJona: la aentUrnd villager
ta tha tradalag area where oar man art
kOtotod and aaaa tm the madeta pan.
■< banana wheve tha Whiiry mlh nrw
■■irttag ant thatr lonely. b«« MUM
and Uaaantlal work. Tour hoaka are la
from tho time thr
•bmp in Amartca
SERVED LEMONADE TO
malvatlen Army Workers Fee* Death
That Soldier Here** May Have Ro
lled Free* Fa re lied Threat*.
Hmar Mrrdi af letup—d* peered til
the Aaaiku tea— dart— the ket
tle *( Chateau-Thierry
a— l**t**«x (t the
readarad to the a oldie
aid hi* altla* hr the
varkats —« detailed
fit enza, Coughs and Colds
Relieved By Ironized Paw-Paw
Tnktn According to Direction* After Ye*- nr, nn vh« .
Rond to Recovery Will Restore Year
Strength, Vim and
We will win this War
Nothing elm natty matters until we do!
■' . -7 • i’ f. .• .*
Be patient here—Oar Boys are getting