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T. T. Covington & Son
Laurinburs:. North ’Carotin
BBH A RILIT ATION OF OCH
Tito United State* QwW—at U
rveohrod to to Da boat to twton ev
ery amended American soldier aad
eaflar to health, itrength. aad mtt
Until Me discharge from the hos
pital all the medical aad surgical
treatment aocoseary to leatoee him to
health it under the juriadletioa of the
military nr naval inttwrttlra ftfwrd
lag to the branch of toe eervtoo ho la
in. TSo Tseattcnal training, too ro
education and rehabilitation neoeatery
to restore Mm to eilf eagpoctlag ac
tivity, is under the Juriadletioa of the
Federal Board for Vooattoaol Educa
If he needs an artitcial limb or me.
'henicml appliance the Government
win sopply it free, will keep it in re
pair, aad renew K when necessary.
If after hie dUcharge he again need*
modieal treatment on account of hia
disability, ton Government will supply
it fra*. While ho la in the hospital
aad while in training afterwards the
holdier or tailor will recoiva compen
sation as if in service and hia family
or dependents will receive their allot
r\ *»irwu..gii nviuiw: ui bjiiui, 91*
'bough hi» disability due* net prmir.i
!ilm from retumirrr to smploymsr.t
without training, can take a course el
vocational training fra* of coal and
the compensation provided by the
war-risk insurance act will he paid
to him aad the training will be free,
but no allotment will be paid to his
Every Liberty Bead holder who
holds Ua bend 1* keeping up a port el
IMs gnat work ot restoring to health,
■trougth, gad uotfhtooao the man who
has* auTarad for their country.
■OLD TOOK LIBBBTT BONDS.
The American »c hi tors in Fmaae
■OLD YOU* LIBERTY BONDS.
The mealy lava it ad ta liberty
Benda If kept so Invested until panes
to MtolHlhH will he worth much
to the United State* whe holds Ms or
her Liberty Bend* may Sad the MM)|
a# tovasmrf worth twice as Mali to
perrhootag power after the war a*
now. Haw sure aad safe an tonal
m*W it to, aad haw profitable an te
vsetmeirt, to heap your money Invent
ed to Liberty Bead* antll Ms parches
preiMrtT**!! to a baS^Tseeatmmt
than wildcat steak. It to a better ass
aad a wtoer use of yoar misey than
speculating with it.
hies duty ts your country aad t*
yoarsehrie and to your chi Urea to
hold year Liberty Beads.
■0U» YOU* LIBERTY BONDS.
Every pgRfaasor of u Liberty Bond,
or at toast every purities* of a Lib
erty Bead whs holds Mo ev hr be end,
whoa saodtog of tho groat wash Burt
Mg Amortsaa am) gems art doing
to Yrmoao oms roBort that thoy boipad
ta pomrtdo thooo ftm smd put tMm
with eorsracjr. They are uni not
[-.gainst crter.eele • dries but agohiat ,
(’nan Mnwi and Oenwan rail,
road* and Qmu« troop*.
Kaap your Money iaratted ia th«aa '
"■■B8B. Coatimla to help aria tho war ,
by bofctfag you Liberty Bend*.
BVQBRAKY McADOOH THANKS, j
“Tb« pat ncBN of tho Fourth ;
aad ooaTkscta* evidence ,
‘ spirit of d Marias j
umtU fret do in is I
tho world. Bat !
a* highest pupoflo aad |
m tbo part of a* poop)*
~ nal boro bom
X wiah to thaak
tha Liberty Loan pommEIim. both
aaaa and woMta. the baahaaa aad hari
nto* aaaa, fbnaaTo. wage earners, rail
toad idirars, aad atapleyaca, and w
ary imp of rttiaeno who bora oo
aMy aad aafkaaiaatically cooperated
with tha Traastuy ia oondneting the
•■■■palca To tha pnoa of tha corn*
try a^nrial credit ia dne far tatpha
«*ing tbriogb their now* col nan a aad
editorial payee the aoceaaky for stak
ing thU great loon raoceaefuL
“lb* Aaoictn people hove eoa
atauaatod tho grootest financial
othl rriawit la all biatory."
W». a McAdoo.
ram MATT AND THI FOURTH
Tho United State* Navy subscribed
t» 9UAIMM of the Fourth Loam Of
tU« sum Marty *,000.000 m sub
scribed by Du officers and Milan oa
doty an oar thipo la Du war soaaa.
Mm. George Dewey, tho widow of Du
groat Admiral, had bar subscription
to Du Lean credited to tha Navy.
The Navy's subscription to tha
Fourth Loaa U $10,000,000 more than
ita subscription to tha First, Second,
and Third Loom combined and be
tween H&JSOSJOOO and (20,000.000
men Duo Ha assigned quota. Tbs
Navy did tta duty is tho Fourth Loan
with tho saau superb spirit that it
does Ita dirty hi the fighting tones.
The Navy la doing Ita part in tho
fighting and in tha ftnancimr of Du
Nation, and going “over tho top” in
It may bo relied on, too, that the
Navy la going to keep ita bondt. Our
Navy never deco ita duty only half
way. No feature of tho Fourth Loaa
is more inspiring then tho heavy over
subscription of tho officers and man of
tha American Navy.
I.IUW IHK.ru Kb 1KBAT COLDS
! AND GRIPPE. I
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The Wagram Mill-j
Whhes to announce. that they are ready now for
Irindia* Wheat aad Cora. We can triad fro* 12
to 15 hoehela of Cora per boar* and an equal.
aaKHtnt of Wheat. Toucan count on quick aer
▼Ice. When you are coaafar to this point. |lre ue
f a trial.
■i, ' /. \
Wagram milling co.
Wagram, North Carolina
«0 Du roc Jersey Hogs, Short Horn and Jer
sey Cattle will be sold at auction at my far near
Raemon NOVEMBER 14th, beginning at It
o clock. In this offering will be n registered
Duroc Jersey Boar weighing between 6 and 7
hundred pounds, Bred Sows, GUts and Pig a, •
some Jersey Cattle and 35 head of Short Horn
Heifers and Bulla.
A Live Stock Association will be formed and
the Red Cross will serve refreshments. Arrange
to be present on this occasion.
A. J. McKinnon
FORDS FOR SALE
8 Five Passenger Fords. 1 Roadster.
1 Dodge Five Passenger, fine condition.
1 Five Passenger Maxwell, almost new.
2 Used Chevrolet Cars.
AH these fear* In good fanning condition.
G6ed $K* gaed tope ud prices way down.
Terms real easy. Come gnfefc if yon want a car
, at a bargain/ 4 * 'v ’ i- «‘
8—oaebto eat flower*. Palm*, Fern*.
Floral arrancamen* for any oeeasioa.
Prompt attention to oot-of-towa order*.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Phene 441-442. 8N. TtyoaSt Charlotte, N. C.
_ BLPT8 DRUG gTOBUC. Aorta
JUST A REMINDER
Tour building* are today worth from twenty
fire to fifty per cent more than they were three
Have yoa adjusted yoor Are laamati la
take eare of the increase ? If not see oa today.
•*.V £'+•/ # • • »
Laurinburg Agency Co.
Insurance and Loans