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Meanwhile determined American
womahood goes on knitting to vic
This is the same war that Ger
many was going to win in
Break your Cold or LsGrippe with
fe w doses of 666.
Camouflage will never catch up
with the weird effecta of German
The man with the hoe should al
ways be the man with a hog or
T» Care a Csld la Oss Day.
rake Laxative Bromo Quinine
I'ablets. All druggists refund the
money If It falls u> cur* B. W.
Orove's signature Is on each box.
v -rats adv.
Your Local f
' Paper I
THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
Id IK TRENCHES
PERSHINQ'B SOLDIERS NOW OC
CUPY FRONT LINE TRENCHEB
ARE FACE TO FACE WITH FOE
Men Have Adapted Themselves to Ac
tual Trench Conditions In ths Most
Satisfactory Mannar Nation la
Thrilled by Newa.
With the American Army in France.
—Following la the lint official state
ment Issued from the Amerloan head
"In continuation of their training aa
a nucleus for instruction later) a con
tingent of some battalions of our first
contingents, in connection with vet
eran French battalions, are in the
first line trenches of a quiet sector
on the French front. They are sup
ported by some batteries of our artil
lery in aasodatlon with veteran
"The sector remains normal. Our
men have adapted themselves to ac
tual trench conditlona in the most sat-
The nation was thrilled by word
that American troops at last were face
to face with the Oermana across No-
Man's-Land. Announcement by Gen
eral Pershing that several battalions
of his Infantry were in the front line
trenches, supported by American bat
teries which already had gone in no
tion against the enemy, fanned a new
flame of patrlotlam throughout the
The absolute alienee with which
Secretary Baker and war department
officials greeted the news, however,
showed that although the movement
Into the trenches had been expected
at any time, It was regarded only as
the final phase of the men's training.
German shells are breaking about the
Americans and. although they ham
not taken over the trench sector, ri
fles, machine guns, bombs and bayo
net* in Amerloan hands will greet any
AUSTRO-GERMANS TAKE OVER
100,000 ITALIAN PRISONERS
Whole Italisn Army Retreats ana
Every Line la Wavering.
Berlin (via London) —(Bulletin.) —
The capture of 100,000 Italians and
more than 700 guns is reported in the
official communication from general
headquarters, which declares that the
Italian second and third armies are In
The text of the statement reada:
"The Italian second and third ar
mies are in retreat towards the weal.
Our pursuit is advancing rapidly from
the mountalna as far aa the sea. Dp
to the present 100,000 prisoners and
700 guns have been enumerated."
Berlin (via London, British Admi
ralty, per Wireless Press). —The Aus
trians and Germans have forced their
way through the mountains to the
plains of northern Italy, capturing the
town of Clvldale, the war office an
nounce I.' The city of Gortaia, on the
Isonzo, also haa been captured. The
number of Italian prisoners, according
to the report. Is lncreaaed to mors
The announcement follows:
"Rapid development of the united
attack on the Isonxo again brought
entire succeas yesterday. The Italian
forces which sought to prevent our di
visions from emerging from the moun
tains were thrown back by powerful
thrusts. In the evening Oerman
troops forced their way late the burn
ing town of Clvldale, the first town In
point of position in the plan.
"The Italian front as far as the Ad
riatic sea is wavering. Our troops are
pressing forward on the whole line.
"The number of prisoners has beea
Increased to more than 80,000 and ths
number of guns to more than 100."
Rome (British Admiralty per Wire
less Press)— Units of the Itallaa eeo
ond army surrender or retreated with
out fighting, permitting the Austro-
Oerman forces to break the Itallaa
left wing on the Julian front and in
vade Italy, says the official, report
PRESIDENT IS STUDYINO
CONDITIONS OF ALLIES
Washington.—From a number of
prominent Americans recently return
ed from European war fronts, Presi
dent Wilson is gathering first-hand
testimony concerning conditions there
and among civilian populations of
America's allies. Men who have made
observation* within the last few weeks
across the L wfter have been welcome
visitors to the White House, where
they have been plied with qusstimis
by the President.
INSANE MAN KILLS WIFE
AND TWO SMALL CHILDREN
Statesvlile.—On# of the worst trage
dies in the hiitorr of this sectioa oc
curred when Ctrl White, of Tsjlor*-
Tllle, became rlolently demented and
killed hla wife and two email chil
dren. Mr. White waa at the home ef
bla father, Mr. W. B. White, who was
a former rsprsseaUtlrs la the sute
senate frost Alexander eontr, when
the kflltag occurred. It had been noted
that Mr. White was slightly wrong,
hat no serious thought was glrea.
Belief la Mis Bears -
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
Disease relieved tat six hoars b/
the "NBW QRBAT SOUTH AMER
ICAN KIDNEY CURB." It is a
great surprise on account of (U
exceeding sromotnesa In relieving
pain ID bladder, Kidneys and back,
in male or female. Relieves reten
tion of water almost immediately.
If yon wast quick relief and cure
this is the remedy. Sold by Gra
ham Drug Co. gdr.
OLD HBBTH SWE HENS!
grliT M n'f ■■ hull I^'
■ r,w ' rwvZmm vOWnnQ nippiTlinft Iw
This MMN That Are Of IHtai«st ts
All the People.
That pocstf of Wheet floor TOT
saee twfjr «Mk win weigh very
heavily OB the Utafi DM.
Every time joa use the bread knife
on a non-wheat loaf you cut a slice
off Germany's chance to win the WUr.
Ton don't want Agaertcae tag* to
dte needlessly. Mvlag food In ttmr
loan kitchens will save Uvea of iimtr
lean Hays In France.
President Wilson says AmeflcCa
women can do most to help win the
war by qnrolllng as membera of (be
Vat pits lightwood was seat from
Red Springs to Weshiagton for Mrs.
MoAdoo to ase In kindling the Liberty
Within the rsry near future the new
est and haadsoasest church building ta
Elizabeth City will stand en the corner
of Road aM Ctntrch street*. That, at
least, Is the preeuat outlook.
The Mutual Cotton Mills, one e/l.
Gastonia's newest plants, began opera
tion several days ago when the first
bale Of cotton was opened sad started
through the pickets. Lee Smith is su
The Lincoln county council of da
fens a, composed of ft. B. Re Inherit,
chairman; J. W. Mullen, secretary;
L. B. Wetsoore, R. F. Good sou. Dr.
H. N. Abemethy, Dr. W. C. Klser. D.
J. Beam, has selected the members o
the home guard for Lincoln county
In accordance with the proclamation
of Governor BtokstL
A bhw*i»il «m) yard end a fuel
beaM for WMoaMM, by wttah
the people of the etty can set eSal
aad treod to r the winter at cast, was
discussed by the board s aidermsa
upon presentation of the question by
Mr. J. P. Taylor, who stated that ths
local sedaßatk hkd adapted the rec
ommendation of State Food Adminis
trator McAlster, of Greensboro, that
fuel be fuMshed at cost.
The North Carolina Teachers' A»
semhly will meet In Charlotte during
the Thanksgiving vacation, Nov. 11-lt.
The executive committee of the assem
bly and officers of the departments
have arranged a most interesting pro
gram. Some of t&e best kUOWD edu
cators in this country Will speak at
the general meetings. In the various
departments of there are nine,
there wIU be papers and discussions
concerning present day problems la
the schools of ths stats.
Diminutive Mitchell Wootsh, boy
sooat, took ap a wee bit of space oa
Queen street In Kins ton. A casual
observer would have supposed Mitch
ell to be doing nothing else. Bat ths
lad's meekness has given him an op
tion on a good big acreage whsa the
promised partitioning off of ths earth
occurs. "How about Liberty Bonds?"
asked Scoutmaster Alfred Chsttey,
dodging five pedestrians and a toy bal
loon to get to the apparently lost
Mitchell. Tm doing a little some
thing," said Mitchell, or some such
words. He handed Mr. Cheney sub
scriptions for 110,000 worth.
"The needs of many of the orphan
Institution* of the State ware never so
urgent as they ere today and the ne
cessity. of making our appeal mors di
rect and t« ft wider circulation this
year has been created by these ab
normal conditions." This Is the state
meat ot the North Carolina Orphan
Association Is making la Its appeal
to the men and women of Mortb Car*
Una to contribute, on or near Thanks
glviag Day, at least one day's tneome
to the orphanage of his or her choice.
The appeal has been delayed purpose
ly, this year, so that it would sot m
counter to the Liberty Loan campaign.
The publicity committee is compossd
of K. L. Shlpman, James It Yoatog.
John D. Berry, A. 8. Barnes and Liv
A war-time conservation that prom
isee to become worldwide In its scope
and will probably last tone attar the
necessity for conserving for war pur
poses has bean Inaugurated in Stakes
county. Hie movement, recently start
ing as an experiment has spread ever
the entire county and is now In other
Every bunch of vegetable leavee yoa
use for greens instead of throwing
them in the garbage can is a boaanst
on the grave of PresslaiUMa. Save
Robert Blackwell, 0 years old, an
engineer on the Salisbary yards at
the Southern, was Instantly kfllsd and
his body badly matUated last week.
! He bad left his eaglne to remove a
t hot clinker from a track. When ha
' did not return for some time, his ire
man started a search and found him
dead. Another shitting train had run
him down. His widow survivss.
What TOD save from what TOO
serve will help turn the ecale against
Ksiserlsm. Think of this when yoa
ait down to eat
CERTAIN CURB POK CROUP
Mrs. Rose Mid diet on of Green
ville, 111. has had experience in the
treatment of thia disease. She
aays, "when my children were
small my son had croup frequently.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sl
wajrs broke up these attacks imme
diately, and I was never without
it in the house. I hsve'teken It
myself for coughs and colds with
The Teutonic worm is turning
G&AHAM, N. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 191T
RECORDS WIU MD BREEDER
Dairyman Must Answer Various Que*,
tlons Ashed by Prospective Buy
er er Hsrd Sirs.
CBr u *-«S A ' rt -
The presdbt Sbeap competition In ths
dairy business Ad the increased price
of feed fol"Ce the successful dairyman
to secure the greatest return pdliaiblo
from his outlay. IT lie has registered
cows he expedts mora for his progeny
than u he tat only grades. But to
ofctaln store aad enoagh more to pay
to hs* purebred Stock, the dairymen
mast be able to answer the following
Superior Purebred Bull.
questlcras from the phwpectlve buyer
of a herd sire. Is the sire registered?
What Is the recotti of his damT How
many advance registry daughtera and
proved sons has hla sire? And what
are the records of his granddams and
grandslresf If the breeder Is selling
a registered cow he mast saswer:
What is her record; the record of her
dams and granddams and the ability
of her aire aad grandsfres to produce
advance registry daughters and proved
VALUABLE HINTS FOR DAIRY
Overfeeding Causss More Trouble
Than Underfeeding—Make Change
«a Skim Milk Oradsal.
(By H. H. KILDBR, University Farm, St.
In rtaring and developing dairy
Don't overfeed. Twice as many
calves are stunted by overfeeding as
Don't change suddenly from whole
to skim mfik.
Don't keep calves. In damp, dark,
crowded, poorly ventilated barns.
Don't feed milk In dirty palls.
Don't be Irregular as to time of feed
ing, temperature or amount of milk.
Don't feed too much alfalfa hay be
fore the calf is three months old.
Don't let calves suck each other
after drinking milk. They should be
placed in stanchlona and fed grain.
Don't make calf go without water
because It has had milk.
Don't let calf drink foaming milk
Just from the sepsrstor.
MILKROOM IS A NECESSITY
Particularly Desirable In Wsrm
Weather and Should Be Screened
snd Kept Clean.
A ml Ik room is s necessity in dairy
ing according to W. E. Tomson, In
structor in dairy husbandry In the
Kaasas State Agricultural college.
A mllkroom is needed st all times,
but Is particularly Important In warm
weather, pointed eut Mr. Tomson. Milk
must be kept sway from files. The
room should be tltfitly screened and
kept la a sanitary condition.
The sstlkroom affords good facilities
for keeping the milk cool. This Is es
seatlal because when ths temperature
ef the milk Is higher than D degrees
undeslrabls bacteria that cause the
mtlk to spoil ID a short time are likely
GOOD TREATMENT FOR COLIC
Dlserdsr Is Weeult of Feeding Mstsrials
Net Adapted to Stomach of
Colic In calves is the mult of feed
ing msterlals not sdspted to the un
developed stomach of the young ani
mal, or the feeding of the regular ra
tion at snnsual hours or In unusual
amounts. The calf usually suffers vio
lent abdomlnsl pains, Indicated by sn
unusual activity of tbo animal, fre
quent and continuous kicking, and,
finally, .complete prostration. Unless
relieved within a short time, death
useally follows. A standard treatment
Is to drench the calf st Intervals of
two hours with a mixture containing
s tesspoonful of turpentine snd S
tsblespoonful of raw linseed oil.
GIVE RIGHT AMOUNT OF FEED
Careful Fesders Study Indlvldusl Ani
mals and Kssp Them st Thslr
Many careful feeders have their
cows giving the most milk foar or
five weeks sfter the freshening time.
They study the Individual snlmals snd
endeavor to keep tbem st thrtr msxl
mum production by giving Juat ths
right amount of feed and no more.
Yoo Can Cure Tbst Backache.
Psln along lbs back, MUlkm, besdaebe
aod geonersl languor. Uet a package of
Mother Orajr's Australia I-eef, the plesasnt
root sn-1 beri> cure for Kidney, Bladder
and Ciinsrr troubles. Wban rou feel all
run down, tired, weak and without energy
use tats remarkable combination f nature.
bsrlM aod roots. As a regulator It has ns
equal- Mother Oray*s Australlan-l-eef la
BOM by Druggist* or sent by mall for Wets
Sample sent free. Address, The Mother
Gray Co.. Le Bor. N. Y.
Freckle cure* are being crowded
«d Into the background by reme
dies for chapped hand*.
Paul Palnleve, minister of war In the
PEDSHING WITNESSES VICTORY
PRESENT THROUGHOUT BATTLK
NORTHEAST OF SOISSONS
AND SAW VICTORY.
Several Squsdrens of Tsnks Partici
pated In the Battle.—Many Prison
ers Were Tsksn.—Loses to Qer
msns Were Extremely Hesvy.
With ths French Armies In France.
—General Perishing, commander-in
chief of the American forcea in France
waa present throughout the battle
northeast of Solssons, accompanied
by General d'Esperey, of the French
army. Whan the splendid victory by
the French army had been accom
plished, the American commander
went over the greater part of the con
quered territory, visiting among other
polats, the Vaurains farm, which Is
more than a quarter of kilometer be
yond the orlgtnal French line.
Several squadrons of tanks partici
pated In the' battle and did excellent
work In company with the advancing
Infantry. It was by mseaa of theae
most modern war lmplementa that the
Fllaln farm was captured.
"Most of the prisoners taken, who
up to night numbered approximately
S.OOO, while othera were still pouring
out of the deep caverns, were caught
In quarries. Ons group, composed of
400 men, waa led out to aurrender by
a German soldier who spoke French
and who aasured his comrades that
they need not rear bad trsatmsat from
tbelr captors, despite the assertloas
currently made ta them by their offi
cers that the French maaeacred pris
Another batch of prisoners fell Into
the handa of the French Just as they
alighted from motor trucka In which
they had been hurried to the battle
field as reinforcements.
The losses of the Oermana were ex
tremely heavy as was testified to by
the heaps of dead found beneath the
ruins of quarries, which crumbled un
der the French bombardment. The
French casualties were rather below
TO SUSPEND PRIORITY
OF SHIPMENT PLAN,
Washington.—The government will
suspend Its priority of shipment plans
on Monday. October 29, In order to
devote the entireproductlon of ths
Ohio, western Pennsylvania and Mich
igan bituminous coal mines for that
one day to the emergency needs of
the domestic consumer of Ohio and
Michigan, the fuel admtnistratloa an
nounced. This plan of devoting oss
day's production to the needs of a
particular aectlon will be followed In
FEED ALLIES AND WIN
WAR, SAYS HOOVER
Washington,—ln a statement re
viewing the world food situation, Food
Administrator Hoover said the flgbt
agalnat the submarine would be won
If the United States and Canada could
stimulate production and effect econo
mies so aa to feed the allies from this
continent without sending a ship far
ther afield than the American Atlan
Ships, wheat and hogs are the great
needs empbaalsed by Mr Hoover. He
said deepest concern had been caused
by the fact that In spite of high prices
this country's pork consumption hsd
lncreaaed during the war until pro
duction had besn outstripped; a situ
atioa that must bs chsnged.
INCREASE IN LOSS OF
London.—An Increase In the loss of
British merchantmen through mines
or submarines is noted In the admir
alty report for the current week. Sev
enteen vessels over 1.600 tons and
eight under 1,(00 tons were sunk.
In the prevloua week twelve Brit
ish met'sant vessels over 1,600 tons,
six under that tonnage snd one ashing
vessel were sosk.
MRS. P. O, BTTTCHBLL TBLI.B
HOW SHE CURKD HER SON
OP A COLD.
"Wh*D my *on Rills van nick » I h
a cold last winter I gave him
Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy. ft
helped him at once and :|ufckly
broke up hi* cold," write* Mrs.
P. 0. Stuchell, Homer City. Pa. This
remedy ha* been In use for many
year*. It* good qualities have
been fully proven by many thous
ands of people. It i* pleasant ana
•afe to take. t .
POPULAR BREEDS OF SHEEP
Shropshire Combines In Fairly High
Degree All Qualltlee Sought by
a ••sue ra
Sheep die easily sometimes, especial
ly so for the msn who Is Inexperienced
with them, it may be ssld that the
larger the breed the' less hardihood
they exhibit Internal parasites kill
more sheep than all other causes com
bined. Pneumonia, however, is quite
common smoug the large English
The Merino Is the hardiest of all
breeds, and the Southdown of all the
English breeds. But the Shropshire is
perhsps the most popular sheep In
America today. It combines In a fair
ly high degree all the qualities that are
First Prize Shropshire.
sought In a sheep. However, there is
a difference in the hardiness of indi
vidual sheep Just as there Is with men.
Home families of men break down and
die young as compared with others.
Similarly, some families of sheep die
more easily than others. Selection,
breeding and care and management are
also factors la determining the health
and vigor of sheep.
ARE YOUR HOGS PROFITABLE?
Pregnant Brood Sows Do Well on
Clever er Alfalfa Forage and Bar
or Two of Corn Dally.
Clover was worth over 1100 per acre
In replsdng com In the hog ration In
one test conducted at the Ohio experi
ment station, when corn waa valoed at
$1.68 per bushel. Other forage crops
proved almost as valuable. Are you
rhea.penlng pork production by the uad
of such cropa? There la no cheaper
feed up to a certain point Pregnant
brood sow will do well on clover or
alfalfa forage and an ear or two of
corn dally. Young plga and shotes
must have more grain, of course, but
they relish someffornge. Fence off a
part of that clover or alfalfa Held and
give the hogs a chance at it if you have
not already done so.
SHEEP RID FARM OF WEEDS
Alee Return Fertility of Soli In Form
of Manure—Oraxe With Cat
tle Very Nleely.
Roadsides, lanes snd fence corners
may be kept clean and tidy by a flock
of aheep. Not only will sheep rid the
fields of weeds nnd turn them liito a
msrkctable product, but they will re
turn the fertility of the soil to the
land In the form of manure. Hhe«-p
will grate with cattle nicely where
grass Is sbundant, and will eat the
plants the other stock tesve.
Most farms haTW-feed lota and yards
which annually grow np to unsightly
weeds. By sowing rape In these places
and pasturing sheep oa It, the appear
ance of the farm would be much Im
proved and money would be made.
TREATMENT FOR WILD COLTS
Complete Directions Olvsn for Getting
Foot of Refractory Anlmsl Into
Position for Shoeing.
To raise a hind foot, pat on ■ rope
M on the front foot and draw the foot
forward. To put a rope on the bind
foot of a wild borne, tie op a front foot,
have the assistant hold his hand over
the eye on the name aide aa the foot to
be lifted, or take the headaUll In one
hand, the tall In the other and whirl
the (Hirae until he become* dizzy.
While In thla condition he tnajr be han
dled with safety. Lift the foot for
ward two or three time* and gentle It.
A* noon a* Uie borne give* In carry the
foot backward Into a shoeing position
nr.4 trim the hoof.
MINERAL MIXTURE FOR PIQS
Department of Agriculture Qlvea For
mula far Animate en Pasture—
Keep In Handy Place.
To *upply mineral matter and a ton
ic fo* pig* on paature the following
mineral mixture la good, *ay* the Unit
ed Mate* dejiartment of agriculture. It
alway* should lie nermwlble. Dliaolvr
the coppera* In hot water and sprinkle
over the mixture: Coppera* two
pound*. slaked lime four pounda, wood
aahea ore bushel. aulphur four pound*,
aalt eight pounda, fine charcoal x>«
Ladies or men with rig* or auto
mobile* to represent a Southern
Company. Those with selling ex
perience preferred, tho' not neces
sary. Fast selling -proposition.
Brand new article. Excellent pay
for hustler*. Address Mr. Greg
ory, 160 tth Ave. N. Nashville,
WM WIIH eEMUNT
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES AMD
SENATE DECREE THAT STATE
OF WAR EXISTS. *
IS SUCTIONED BY PRESIDENT
Sanste Unanimously Approvas Step
snd Vots In House of Daputlss Is
149 to I—Torpado Boat Destroysrs
Rio Janeiro.—The chamber of depu
ties by an almost unaalmous vote, de
clared that a state of war existed be
tween Germany and Brasll. Ths vote
was 14» to 1.
The tribunes were tilled to capaolty.
After a debate on the opportune ne
cessity of proclaiming martial law, the
president of the dldiomatic commis
sion spoke In- favor of a law worded
as followa: »
"A state of war between Brasll an*
Germany la hereby acknowledged and
proclaimed. The president of the re
public la authorised to adopt the
measures enunciated In his massage
of the 16th of October, and to take all
steps tending to enssre national de
fense and public security."
The virtually unanimous vote of the
deputies was received with general ac
clamation. • '' v
The senate unanimously approved
the proclamation at a state of war
President Brat has sanotfoned the
proclamation of a atate of war with
According to the newspapers, tor
pedo 'boat destroyers have received
orders to proceed to Bagla aad take
possession of the German gunboat
Eber, wheh haa been lying there for
some time. • t >
The Eber is a vessel of M 4 tons.
She Is 303 feet long and has a draught
of nine feet and eight tachea. She
haa a complement of 118 man.
COAL PRICES TO QET
Instructions Hsvs Been Sent ta
Attorneys to Prosecute Violators.
Washington—A general Investiga
tion Into the retail aad wholesale
prices of coal throughout the country
appears to be In prospect.
In a minor way. Investigation of
prices consumers assert they have
been compelled to pay already haa
been started by the department of
justice In various sections of the eaat
and middle west, both as to anthracite
and bituminous coal.
Instructions have been sent to
United States attorneys conducting the
lbcal Investigations to summon wit
nesses, determine the truth of the
chrages and, where pus tiled ,to bring
promptly proceedings undsr the crim
inal law against those believed to be
guilty. The ftsult of ths enquiries so
far has not been asported.
These Instructions were based upoa
complaints received by the department
here to the effect that the margia of
profit allowed dealers by the govern
ment had bee aexceeded.
Measured by the great volume of
complaints receved by the fuel ad
ministration, the Instances undsr la
vestlgatlen by the department of )as>
tlce are comparatively incoasequeatial.
Hundreds of letters and telegram*
from every section of ths country, it
Is understood,, have been seat to the
Disposition of thsse complaints Is
one of the subjects now pressing the
fuel administration. It Is understood,
and action concerning them probably
will be taken within a few days. la
dlcatlons are that the bulk of the
complaints upon which crimiaal pro
ceedings might be brought—lf thk
truth of the charges can bs estab
lished—will be turned over to the de
partment of justice wth the sugges
tion that violators of ths law be prose
PAY CASH FOR BONO*
Bridgeport. Conn.—Twelra laborer!
of foreign birth In the yard of a local
monition plant were approached by a
Liberty loan canraaaer who talked for
half an hour without a sign of recog
nition. Then one of the group brought
out a good nixed roll of crumpled bills
and said: "I take some bond" " In
a few minute* the twelve laborers had
subscribed for fll.ooo In bonda aad
had paid for them In caah.
ELEVEN REGIMENTS ARC
ORDERED TO CAMP ORKENI
Waahlngtotn—The war department
haa worked out the schedule uad»r
which regular army regiments la poet*
to which they were a«at for expansion
will be tranaferred to winter quarters
at national army cantonment* or na
tlonal guard camp*. The aasignmeats
Include the 4th. 7th. 47th. SSth. s»th.
60th and Slat Infantry, now at Oettya
borg. Pa., and th« 10 th. Mth. 3»th and
50th Infantry, at Syracuse. N. Y., ta
Camp Greene. North Carolina.
FOR A WEHK STOMACH.
As a general rule all you need
to do is to adopt a diet suited to
vour age and occupation ana to
keep your bowels regular. When
you find that you have eaten too
much and when constipated, take
one of Chamberlain 1 # Tablets.
Is Hindenberx running out of
great atrategetic retreats?
As time goes by the singular ap
propriateness of the goose-step be
GRAHAM CHCBCH DIBKCTOSIM
Qraham Baptist Church—
R. Davis, Pastor.
Preaching every first and thlwW
Sundays at 11.00 a. m. and 7.00 mM
Sunday School every Sunday siH
9.46 a. m. A. P. Williams
Prayer meeting every Tuesday mt''M
7.30 p. m.
Graham Christian Church—N.MsUgS
Street—Rev. J. F. Truitt.
Preaching services every Ssa iM
end and fcourth Sundays, at tuH
Sunday School every Sunday fl
10.00 a. m.—R. L. Henderson, Supsßm
New Providence Christian ChngJfi|
—North Main Street, near Deptknsfl
Rev. J. Q. Truitt, Pastor. PresSjjH
ing every Second and Fourth
day nights at *.OO o'clock.
Sunday School every Bandar HH
8.46 a. m.—J. A. Bay lift, SuperiaiS
Christian Endeavor Prayer Meet- ,; f
ing every Thursday night at
Friends—.North of Oraham pwH
lie School—Rev. Fleming Martin.*!
Preaching Ist, 2nd and 3rd Sun-ffci
Sunday School every Sunday (jflfl
10.00 a. m.—Belle Zachuiy, SUMHVIH
Methodist Episcopal, South—corjn
Main and Maple St„ ti. B. Myers H
Preaching every Sunday at Uji9
a. m. and a( 7.30 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday aC,*S
#.46 a. m,—W. B. Green, Bopt.
M. p. Church—N. Main Street, -fl
Rev. R. S. Troxler, Pastor.
Preaching first and third BmWvM
days at 11 a. m. and I p. a. ■
Sunday School every Sunday at "9
».« a. m.—J. U Amick, Supt
Presbyterian-Wst Bin fflnat liM
Rev. T. M. McConnell, pastor. I
Sunday School every Sunday iMM
• " «- nv-Lynn B, VyilUamson,
b Preaching j every -Second aifl
Fourth Sundays at 7.3* p. m.
Sunday School every Buodsy aH
130 p. m.—J. Harvey White, Ben
Oneida—Sunday School evai£)9
Sunday at BJO p. m.-J. V. PomeriH
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BURLINGTON, N. C,
«»■■ I*. M '-Till iMk MMMH
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GRAHAM, N. C.
oiiic* ever Nalleaalßaahef AkNgH
•R, S. OO O ADFL
OOM Psttsissa Bnuatna
OR. WILULMFL, JFL
OFFICE in SIMMONS BUILDLFL
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LONG * LONG,
ORAHAM, X. C.
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Dr. J. J. Barefoot
Up Stairs in Goley Building. 9
Leave messages at Hayes Dh|gH
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282. Office bourse 2to 4 p.
snd by appointment
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BURLINGTON, N C ;
Stomach and Nervous diseases
Specialty. "Phones, Office 36^-
idence, 302 J.
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