SERVICE THAT WINS
THE SOLDIER HEART
Fred Lockley. Y. M. C. A., Tells of
ti1p Rratitiifln nl thr Rii'i '
| at the Front.
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Jm-a.4*. \\>!f::rr Boards Training I
StV?ol In >???? York. Co I. WUllnm S. I
3v.rk?-r, who vr-nt to Frr;tjrt represent- j
?irp t h t Salvation Arn;v with tile first
CwRtinirei,! of o\jr troops and hns he*n
"over-there'* fifteen months, was the
principal speaker and wished the fifty
eight Jewisll workers of thetlass God
iSpeed, while IxmiIs MarshalUthe proml
'nent Jewish attorney and philanthro
pist of New York, lauded the work of
the Salvation Army among the boy?
at the front. I
"What onr fighting boys need Is In
spiration and heart and character in
those who are there to help them,"
declared Col. Barker. "You will rep
resent In the camps and overseas the
Ideals and standards of the Jewish
faith, and- It Is up to you above all
i things^to _be consistent In your re
ligious practi eel*. Practice what you
preach. That, I am sure, has been
Itbe secret of our own success. If you
'live up to the principles of your faith
j and give what you have to give from a
j Ilea r t big with love, the boys will re
japect you, whether they be Protestant,
| Catholic or Jew."
The newly graduated neld workers
will make a total of 260 men doing
i field work in our camps and naval
* training stations nnder the auaplret
of the Jewish Welfare Board. The
Board has about fifty "huts" In the
various camps and maintains centers
In all large cities where soldiers and
sailors of all faiths are welcomed. A
headquarters has recently been estab
lished In Paris, and 100 men are being
J recftllted here for overseas work.
: There are now nearly 125,000 Jews
I serving in the army and navy.
066 cures Hfeadpches, Bilious
ness, Loss of AApetite* or that
crtired aching fwhjuc, due to Ma
laria or OolitJ* FiiiJ Tonic.,
666 cures MalaVjffl Fever.
NER at onceVTs ouK fall datlngs are
filling up fad?\ 7-26-tf
ff you wadOffe Insurance see J. A.
Ask J. A. ThR3?R to show you the
e\v disability jyllcy.^^^7^ML,
destroys the mftlarUi^ernis which are transmitted
to Che blood by thomkdaria Mosquito. Price 60c.
666 cures^by/removing the
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a trip sooner or later?anticip^Jra your n?eds now in
ti f" r-v?.r"1 ri?V a grg a vir.,?
W. E. White Furniture Company
Louisburg, N. C.
New Shop, New Too 15,
We have leased the AcTdie Perry old fetables on South
Main Street, had them remodeled add converted into
one of the most fully equipped and modern Machine
Shops in North Carolina,
In our equipment will be found the latest mach
ines for all work on the market ificlbding 24in x 16 foot
and 15in x 8 foot South Bend Lathis, 42in Cannedy Ot
to Radial Drill, 2D in. Upright Silver Manufacturing
Co., Drill, 304 A. Oster Power Pipe and Bolt Machine,
releasing die, Shapers and allMfher Necessary tools,
and drill bits from fi4ths to 1 1/-2 inches and complete
! incksinith shop. / \
Our Mr. T. K. Allen, .Manager fonthis concern,
?i ? ;-T :!?<? 1 ? -t ;>nd most careful machinists in North
Carolina and will have personal supervision of all
work; - Agents for FRANKLIN AUTOMOBILE.
Coy Machine Co.
, i" Ph6ne/No. 295-J
ISBURG,. : NORTH CAROLINA
TVar Has m
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j OUISBURG. n.
That is the amount on de
posit in the savings Joanfts
o! the United States.
This is the fund which
^shelters, clothes and fee da ,
us, pays wages, build3 cities/
extends railroads, equina
industries and maintama
Ten billions is not aH thke
country's capital but it 4a
the capital from/whic}\
draft? are made/for new
~ I - Progress depends on the
accumulation of money for investment
The owner of a Savings account is a
BUNN BANKING CO.
Benj. B. SYKES, Cashier y
Bunn, N. C.
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Mr. R. L. Huffines, Pres. _ v Mr. C. P Harris, Vice Pres.
Mr. Benj. B. 8yke?, Cash. .. Mise Louise Curtis, Asst. Cash.