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VOL. XI, NO. 37. FOURTH SERIES
Wm. H. STEWART, ED. AUD-Hiei?
Wbat is Doing Across '.he Sea in tha Way
of Destroying Men and Properly
Aug., 29 A continuation of
the advance of the Teutonic Allies
iu Russia, except in the immedi
ate vicinity of the city, of Riga,
farther progress for the Austrians
against the Russians in Extern
Galioa, the only sector wheie the
Muscovites still .retain a foothold
on Austrian territory and a repulse
of the Allies by the Turks on the
QalfTpoIt Peninsula, are the high
points contained in the latest of
flciaf accounts of the fighting on
tha various battle fronts.
Of prbtJtfbly less moment have
been the artillery engagements in
the West, interspersed with hand-to-hand
fighting at several points;
another French air raid on Ger
man barra'cks iu the Ardennes and
the Argoune and the breaking up
by the Serbians of Austrian oper
ations agaiLtt positions along the
Danube and Save rivers
A Berlin wireless dispatch gives
a report received from passengen
of a steamer arriving at Amster
dam that a British transport with
2.000 Canadian troops has been
torpedoed off the Scilly Islands
with the loss of about 1,000 men.
Canadian miilitary aufchxrrties
dsuy this report. Canadians at
sea-August 15, the date the disas
ter is said to have occurred, has
arrived safely at i s destination.
From the east of Viadimis Vol
ynsky, in Russia near the Galaci
an frontier, down to Zolcta -Lipa
River in Eastern Gaiicia Vienna
assarts that the Austrians have
broken theresistanoe of the Rus
sians over a forut of 124 miles and
that the Russians are in retreat
and apply the torch to the villages
as they fall back.
Berlin credits to von Hienden-
burs a victory over the Russians
southeast Qf Kovno after overcom
ing their stubcrn resistance and
ays the Germans farther south
have reached Dombravo and Gro
dek near the town ui Narew, while
Prince Lepold of Bavaria is ad
vancing through the Bieloviezh for
est pursuing the Russians, in ad
dition von Mackeuseu's troops
have almoBt reached Kobrin on
the railway between Brest-Litoysk
and Pinsk in quest of their retreat
On the Austro-Italian front
fighting of the same character
that has been in progress fcr weeks
Ou the political side of the war,
a Berlin report says that Balgaria
has not yet ratified the recently
arranged treity with Turkey ss
the quadruple powers have notifi
ed Balgaria they would regard as
wilfully unfrierdly such action by
Aug. 80. With von Beseler,
captor of Antwerp and Novcgeor
gieysk in command, the Germans
have resumed a strong offensive in
he Baltic region of Riga and have
begun attacks near the Pvina
Bridgehead south of Friedrich
stadt and along the railroad from
Mttan to Friedricbstadt. The
Russians Petrograd says are offer
ing strong resistance.
Elsewhere on the long front
southward from Courland to south
east Gaiicia the Teutons accord
ing to Berlin and Vienna, are con
tinuing with , success their drives
against thi Russians. Lipsk, west
ot of the fortress of Grodno, has
been taken by storm. A further
advance east of Biaiystok has been
made and the Austrians and Ger
mans continue their chase of the
Muscovites through the Prepet
marshes east of Brest-Litcvsk,
Vienna says the Russians along
the Strip River, in southeastern
Gaiicia have tried ineffectually to
stem the Austrian advance, but
despite their stubborn resistance,
especially in the Horopioe district,
have been defeated.
Til l . . 1 . m rw 1
runner nortneass 01 ztoczow
which lies between Lemberg and
Iganopol, the Russians attaoked
irom strong positions, cut were
repulsed. Over the border in
Jttussia gains oi a terrian near
JiuIeK and a continuation of the
pursuit of the Russians uear Bielo-
vifity are reported by Vienna,
1 Ou" the wertern front and along
the; Austro-Italian lines artillery
Late War Nets'-
engagements havs predominated.
Rowali Will get Nearly $2,000.
Raleigh, Aug. 80 The auto-
j mobile revenue collected by the
I State for lioenses to operate ma-
ohiaesvitmounted to $95,211 dur
ing the fiscal year ending Jane 80,
and under the law 80 per cent of
this is to be refunded by the State
treasurer to the oounties, each
county to receive taxes actually
paid in from the county. The
statement on which this refund is
to bd made was submitted to the
treasurer today by the Secretary
of State and the checks are to he
mailed out this week. The total
amount of the refund is $76,169,
Guilford County will receive
the largest amount, $4,708, Meck
lenberg is second with $4 699 40
and Wake third with $8,518 40
There are three counties that
will not receive any of this fund,
not haviug any automobiles owned
within their borders. These are
Graham, Mitchell and Alleghany
However1, Alleghany will receive
$1 60 as the county's part of cne
motorcycle licensee tax issued.
The statute provides that the
counties shall apply the automo
bile license tax fund received
from this source to road improve
oat nt. The amount that Rowan
county will receive is $1,986 40.
Every Home Need a Faithful Cough
and Cold Remedy.
When seasons change and ccids
appear when you first deteot a
cold after sitting next to one who
has sneezed, then it is that a tried
and tested remedy should be
faithfully used. "I never wrote
a testimonial before, but I know
that positively that for myself
and family, Dr. King's New Dis
covery is the best oough remedy
we ever used and we have tried
them ail." 50c. and $1.00
Pound sterling declined on the
New- York exohaAge market Mon
day to $4.61, a hew low reoord
and 26 cunts below normal. The
preseucejthere of $45,000,000 ad
ditional British gold and Ameri
can securities, presumably sent to
help brace the falling rate appar
ently was without effect.
Health and Happiness Depends Upon
That sluggish liver with its slug
gish flow of bile is whit makes
the world look so dark at times.
ur King's New Late nils go
straight to the root c f the difficul
ty by waking cp the action of the
lver and increasing the bile.
Dr. King's New Lif9 Pills cause
the bowels to act more freely and
drive away those "moody days."
25c. a bottle.
Cotton prices broke violently
on the New York cotton exchange
Monday .upon publication of the
Government's ooton report.
December .cotton fell $170 a bale
within three hours. October cot
ton broke 82 points, selling from
10 02 down to 9.70. This-is a
drop of $1.60 a bale.
None Eaual to Cbambetlain.
'I have tried most all of the
cough cures and find that there is
none that equal Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy. It has never
failed to give me prompt relief'
writes W. V. Harner, Montpelnr,
Iud. When you have a cold give
this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what a splendid medioine
it is. Obtainable everywhere.
Mexican Newspapers Call For Attack oo
U oiled Slates.
Laredo, Tex., Aug. 80. Preju
diced articles against the United
States appearing in Mexican news
papers along the border, espeoial
ly in Monterey, have so inflamed
the Mexioan populace that United
States customs officials have re
ceived orders, they admitted to
day, to confiscate any papers that
tended to incite race hat fed.
One local Mexican paper today
reproduced an artiole published in
Pueblo, Mexico, saying that Gen
eral Soott, United State! Chief of
Staff, had advised 'Villa Co attack
Nuevo Laredo and force interven
tion by the United States. A
Monterey paper published an ap
peal to Mexicans to rise and re
oover portions of theJJnited States
formerly governed by Mexico.
Geneial News Llaiters
lens of laerest for or Readers 6alired
mil CoiaBDied tor Qiici AsslmalaUoa.
Resolutions condensing Ameri
cans who imperil their nation by
sailing on English munition ships
merely to win the plaudits of
English society and secure intro
duction into Euglish cooit circles
were drafted by the publicity
Committee of the New York
Friends of Peace Sunday and will
be presented to the National Peace
Convention iu Chicago, Septem
ber 6 and 6 for adoption.
Joe and King Richmond, Ne
groes, who killed cneTofiSoer and
wounded another while resisting
arrest, were' burned to death by a
mob in Buford Park af Sdiphnr
Springs, Texas, Sunday. Early
in the morning the two "Negroes
wanted on a minor charge, shot
to death Deputy Sheriff Nathan
A. Flippen, and probably fatally
woui.ded Sheriff J. B. Butler.
They were captured by a possef
and immediately burned
With a shock that was felt for
forty miles, the giasing mill of
the American' Powder Company,
looated at Aoton, Mass, which,
siuoe the European war, bej;an has
been working to capacity, blew op
early Sunday. So far as known
nobody was killed The actual
money loss was not heavy, but it
was stated that work on large or
ders probably would be held up
several weeks. In surrounding
towns, particularly in Maynard,
man window were shattered.
The mill has been olosed down
since Saturday afternoon, and he
pohoe believe the explosion was
caused with intent to oripple the
General Zapata has made a fav
orable reply to the note of the
ing to aid in arranging a conven
tion to create a provisional gov
ernment for Mexico. Messengers
sent with k' the note fco Zapata ar
rived Saturday "carrying bis an
swer and'also' ' favoraWe' replies
from Generals Manuel PaUfpx,
Francisco GuaswV PaohWo, nd
Nesrly $20,000,000, in gold, and
securities worth $25,000,000, the
second largest shipment sentfrom
London to strengthen British
credit in this oouutry, arrived iu
New York Sunday on a special
train, guarded by 88 armed men.
The shipment came direct by rail
from Halifax, N. 8., to whioh
port it was taken on a British war
ship, convoyed by smaller craft,
On the way to New York the train
was preceded by a pilot engine
and car. The gold aud securities
were consigned to J. P. Morgan fe
Company, for aooount of the Jfrjt
ish government. The first large
shipments ol gold and seoaritiet
which arrived August, included
about $19,000,000, in gold, and
$30,003,000 in securities.
The Carnegie diamond medal,
representing the all-around tslt
graphio championship was award
ed Sunday to T. S. Brickhonse, of
San Ftansisoo, formerly of Ral
eigh, N. 0., and until recently
with the Associated -Press. The
championship contest, feature of
the telegraphers tournament wjth
the Panama-Paqifio Exposition,
bigan Saturday H. C. Emrichi,
of -San Francisco was seoond.
The championship' test included
the sending of 20 commercial mes
sages, 10 railroad messages, 50Q
words ot press matter ana sue re
oeiving of the same amount, of
The Next Best Thing to the Ploe For
at for Cold is
Dr. Beirs Pine:Tar Hopey wljicri
goes to the very root of cold trVAi-r
bles. It dears the throat and.,
gives reliei irom tnac oioggea ana
stuffed afeelingThe plneshave
been the friend of man in driving
away colds. Moreover, the pine
honey qualities are peculiarly ef
fective in fighting ohildfeVs cold's
thi?Ur..gIStt!y. rjmo. the!
nememoer tnas a com oroxen as
. commercial brokertge liatd. mil paythe sum
1,000 words of press -nyauu uL,AB5
winner's time wis 58 W 6tgl aa Y oaM 01 "IP
4Sft.&a0nnH. I that cannot beoured bv teie use
Officers Elides, till pi Wa II Ajound
Cemetiry to ai R1IU. A Faoilj Tree.
et at Granite
Qay on the20t
ing to appoipfni
t and - much'
business was trantiflted. The of
ficers elected are as follows: Presi
dent,. Rev. 0. AJfirown; Vice
Pesiddent, Rev. B. L. Brown ;
Secretary, John JtBrowo ; Treas
urer; Natham Bovfn; Reoordsr,
pjof. J. H. O. Fiaher.
' One of the leadiog'anti most in
teresting . subjectsTldisQUBsed was
the reDairing of th old cemstery
near the stone house. rA commit
the was appointed to sisnre a deed
lor it, to proceed With - the build
iag of a good wallroohd it with
stone laid in eemenfJvid to open
a drive way from G(anite Qaarry
to it . Lists were pt out to raise
money to pay the etpensss of the
same and about $75 by subscrip
tion was railed on-the grounds.
The lists will be oontiuued until
these expenses, and Others, can be
The old stone house is now 14D
years old and it is Ihe desire of
the association to for,ny a tree of
the dssoendopts of -this Miohael
Brown, using him the trunk,
and his seven sons and ons daugh
ter as the first limbs from this
trunk, and the children of his chil
dren as branohes of each limb as
second branohes and.: so on. A'l
of his children and grandchildren
are dead, but it remains foi his
great grandohildren to traoe their
lineage back to the original Mioh
ael'Brown, giving the time and
names of their aucestors and pos
terity down to the youngest at
this time, and have them sent to
the recorder at Ms. Pleasant, and
he will transfer them .to a reoord,
to be preserved as aVjUaabl ir
neriaireeVi "our children's ohll-
oil the ground, prepared by the
many good ladies present, it was
sj social dinner as well as a social
""i!' . .
Tde afternoon was spent, most-
ly, iu short, pleasant, interesting
ud instructive speeches from
seven of the ten ministers present,
Rev R R Sowers was hindered
by the death of his father1.
This is but the second meeting
of this union and association, but
It has advanced far beyond our
xpeotations. aud is taking a
Oiurse that is likely. to develop in
matters tna wiu oe incaicuianie
111 CUBIT WU. piHSSaJUb
I -1. TL.. - f a I
hearts: but the committees are at
work during the interim ' t3 meet!
again in another year with a re-
por't of gre success. XXX
o The bet route to Back o
o Cre'JPrpsbyterian " b
o Crch where the Row o
p an Opuiit Sunday School o'
6 Convention wilP be held o
Q on next Tuesday and o
o Wednesday, Septernb q
o 7th and 8th. for those 6
o from Salisbury and eastV o
o ern Rowan is by the new o
o sand-clay Lincolnton o
o road to Bafunger's. shop o
u auu tv uduu d ctuic. auu O
o tnen iwo mues norm oy o
o auomej- kuuu ruau 10 ine O
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas uountVt ' v
w a. w
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
rm ot F: JltHftosV Co.. doine
business in the City of Toledo.
a utate aioresaid, and
ornaALL's catarrh ouiREV
- FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this' 6th
day df Hecembsr, A. D. 1886 ;..
'ISealj P'A.W GLEA80N,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally aud aots directly upon
the blood and muoous surfaces Qf
the system. Send for tsstindnj
als. free. ..
Lf J?3TONfe.C9., Toledo, Q.
T.k. Hair. F.mily Pill,;
Sold bv all Druggists, ?oc. '
Cost of Bifflt LiyIbe Lb
Luxurlu and Falsi. Appetites Make High
. Cost of Lltlog.
The monthly health Jettsr of
the Life Extension stitute gives
much sounds ad vioe on what we
should eat and what we .should
spend in order tojbe well nourish
ed but not pampered. It main
tains that the cost ot the real ne
cessities of life has not increased
to a point that should cause hard
ship, privation or undernutrition!
even among small wage-earners.
For instance, air; the first requir
ement of life, costs nothing, '
Food, the next reqairsment of
life, costs' little, if what the body
really needs is considered. 10 6
cents day will Drovide nlain.
simple, palatable food (hot pork
and beans, or its equivalent, bread
and butter, milk and coffee, and
the fuel to cook it), soffijieut toi
nourish a person of average weight
and activity. When the loost of
food prepared in the home arise,
above 50 cents per day per indi
vidual, there is certainly either
waste or luxury .
"The greatest satisfaction in
eating is provided by sound health
aud a natural appetite, not by the
titiliitation of the palate of the
gastronome, jfho passes from. one
indulgence to another nntil ap
petite, digestion and health are
"Within reasonable limits, food
should be prepared and served in
au appetizing way. But it is
more important to create appe-l
tite by bodily conditions than by
'To a healthy, hungry man,
nothing can tsste better than
pjain bread "and butter and milk
The trouble1 with most people is
that they are overfed rather: than
Wnrth Their Wlh In nM
1 have used Chamberlain s
laoiets and found them to be just
as represented, a quick relief for
headache, dixzy spells and other
. ' , ..
-J-i'- -vf u .iYt
ana asoraerea condition of the
digestive organs. They are worh
their weiaht in Bold." writhe Mis-
Clara A. Driggs, Elbs, N. Y".
Joe Deberry, a Negro who kill-
l ed his benefactress, Mrs. J. H
; Martin, in her home Jnlv 80. waa
noed to be hanged October 16.
The entire proceedings occupied
less than six hours. Crowds
thronged the court room and hun
dreds were gathered on the streets.
There were threats of possible
violence, but the presence of three
companies of the Illinois National
guard prevented violenoe.
Biliousness and Constipation.
It is certainly surnrisinar that
any woman win enaure tne mis
erable feeling oaused by bilious
ness aud constipation, when relief.
is so easily had and at so little ex
pense. Mrs. Chas. ' Peok, Gates,
N; Y., writes: "About a year ago
I used two bottles of Cnamber
0f biliousness and oonstipatiou."
, LOWER STONE.
Aug. 80. The Faith charge of the
Reformed Church will have a Sun
day School picnic at Lower Stons
I Saturday. September 4th, 1915
I A n thrOQ nf th SnnHv RnhnnU
to attend and to bring baskets o
dinner. In fact everybody is in
vited to come and spend the day
with us and learn to know
other better, and to
ideas on church and Sunday
School work. Refreshments wil
be on the ground. Our pastor,
Rev. H. A. Welker, will be back
from his vacation and spend the
day with us. A Member.
lb Drive Out Malaria
-. And Build' Un The System
Take' the Old Standard' GROVE'S
PATWT.TEAa rhill TONIC ; Vn know
Wliiryou are taking, as the formula is
i pnnxea on every ioei, aawing n
' eystsci - O csots
Some Faltb Items byVas.
Aug. 0 The ohiidren and
grandchildren gave their father,
Calvin Lyerly, a big birthday sur
prise August $tlr, by all going to
bis home and spreading a big din
ner in the grove in the yard. Mr.
Lyerly was pullingfodder in the
field and when he came to the
house he was surprised to see suoh
n uik uruwa. inere was 43 pres
ent. Rev. P. M. Trexler after
asking a blessing led him to the
table and told bim if he onld not
eaV ?t. -11 toi invite the crowd,
whion he did and all bad a fine
dinner. It was Mr. Lyerly 's six
ty fifth birthday. He aud Mrs.
Lyerly received many bias pres
ents. Mr. Lyerly'a mother was
there, she will be 89 years old the
20.h of this coming October. Mr.
and Mrs. Lyerly have seven chil-d.-eu
marnad and tettled off and
29 grandohildieu who were all
PfHseut except one. Venus was
t J38;.t and got e me pictures and
nj )yeu the finn dmuer. All left
ihing Mr. Lyerly many more,
At D M. Lyerly 'b there is a
hestuut tree iu the yard six feet
tiud two inches s round. Whoever,
can beat it trot out your chestnut
tree. Oh, obesthuts.
J. T. Wyatt shipped fifteen
pair of mill stones today.
At J. R. Lyerly's there is a
peaoh tree with grown peaches and
ots ot very small ones jdst com
Mrs. John R. Lyerly gave a
home-coming to all her children
and grand ohiidren last Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lyerly have
twelve children and seventeen
grandchildren. They all spent a
pleasant day together and had one
of the ftoesi dinners' to be seen
any where. ,' ? V -.-
Rv.. Qm Paeler of. Coaovcr
is visitiug with his family at hi
father in-laws, J 0. Holshonser's.
Miss JMae Brown of near Chris-
tiama church, is visiting hex
cousin, Miss Pearle Peeler of Fajth
Mrs. Richard Shoaf and son of
Spencer, and her sistbr, Mrs. G.
M. Lyerly and two children of
Richmond, ars visiting at John A.
Peeler's and other relatives at
J . rt. odouaniass who has re
T r at aT a a
turned home from Bailey, N . 0.,
where he has been with the Harris
Dolph Misenheimer has bought
a new molasses mill and will make
molasses for the public this fall.
Faith and Rookwell crossed bats
on Faith grounds Saturday. The
result was 3 to 4 in favor of Rock
Mr. and MrB. J. H. Rodgers
are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
H. L. Basiuger.
Mrs v. . xiunaeronrK is on
a a . rn m
the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lanie,
and son of near Monroe. N. C.
have returned home after visitiug
Mrs Lame's parents. Mr. and
Mrs, John Josey. Mr. Josey
brought them in his big automo
bile around by Charlorte, Concord
Mt Pleasant and Salisbury so they
could tske a view of the country
John Hafrit, Dales Holler, Wal
ter Gantt, Dan Roberson ai d Will
Roberson took a fishing trip and
had a fine time.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bruton of
China Grove, are visiting Mrs.
Bruton's sister, Mrs. Henderson,
Gantt at Faith.
Ernest Wilhelm found a stalk;
m . a - ft a
ox corn in nis ueia with a ears on
it and it is nine feet from the
ground up to the corn. Who can
D. M. Brown had the first bolls
-A A A .1 .
oi open. 3QBton tuat venus saw
this year, August 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ritohie
and little son, George Brown, vis
ited at Mrs, Brown's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Brown. Snndsv.
ers, u. M. brown, Sunday.
Charley Brown, one of the best
book agent, in our settlement, is
sparking the girls so the boys tell .When I began takiSg this medi
Venus. He expeot to see him nina T is in ana't'
with a new automobile in a shojt
D. M. Brown has a stalk ol
corn fifteen feet high and ten fee,t
to the ear from the ground.
Thi Sufrairlii F CSirf Krcli 2fi, ji
Tawei Intir HmoIbib HirirsT.
Honolulu, Aug. 29. The U. d.
S submarine Fubmer ftL
sjde the harbor here, .inbe March
26 last . rni i" w -
Buuaiva iaie tonight
and towed to the quarantin?
tioo.in HonoIiTu BaVT
The snbmarine F commanded
by Lieutenant Alfred Ljiie and"
with a crew of 2lnen
the bottom 6f the harbr ofHon-
maneuvering of the "Ffaukd-"
Bhe was locatsd tWb?sW
later and Uiver Jphn Agr iv of the .
oavy, descended 215 feet, eUb-"
lhing hew world's' record, in
u ff to facilitate the work of
ng hereto trie surface. Her
crew, it was said, njight htjvo been
a,liveat this time, but attempts
s-t rescue failed W on ifaiohfiO
Rear Admiraf 0. T. Moore, com-
manding the Honolulo Naval
Station reported that"he" F-4 Uy
in 270 feet of Vter and" would
have to be raised bv nnnkrnn'
Secretary Daniels announced
th?ft boat woild be' raised ft
uy cosi' to determine tle. eause
qf the accident and diving appara
tus and divers were sent out,' leay
ing San4 Francisco April 6 on the
cruiser Marvland. On nf tha
Frank Crilly, went down
228 feet and found one of the com-
aiiuiouba oi sue r -4 tailed with
water. Another William Lonh
aoan, descended, 22 feet the next
day, and was Berioujly injured by
water pressure ' ' !
These men pot lines on the F-4
by which the boat Was dreaded
slowly up the shelving tettom,
au mt) process tne aterri was
wieoked and broken and the work
mis halted to await tiirfv-i
or pontoons. Si nf tUaa
ble of lifting 60 tons' each were
sent from Mare Island Navy Yard
early in August on the Maryland.
can beat that trot em out.
Eugene Foil, wife and son, came
out in Mr. Foil's automobile Sun
day to visit Mrs Foil's sister.
Mrs. Monroe Fesperman. Tney
were accompanied by Mrs. Foil's
and Mrs. Fesnerman'a fo.t.hai
Monroe F;eeperman has a hen
that stole her nestj set on seven
eggs and., come, up to the house
with s(eve.n little chickens. , Who
ever can beat that trot , out your
ben. Now Venus. We have a
hep that set on a door knob and
came qp. to the house with nine
little chickens, t o ducks, a tur
key and a billy goat. Ed .
Miss Freda Gardner of Salis
bury, is spending the week with
her sister, Mrs. Charles Raney.
Mrs. Alex Kiufetz and daughter,
Miss Lrttie, were in Fah today
with a wagon load of fine apples
Miss Lille Hess, daughter of H-
T. Hess, left today for .China
Grove where she will enter th
Farm Life SohooI.V We Ji,ea,r that
several others from? this setUa-
leave today to the sa ale school.
Lewis Peeler is doing a good bu
siness in his new store.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Resormed Church will meet with
Mrs. J. F. Wilhelm September
12th. All members are requested
to be present
Saturday, September 5th' the
three Sunday sohools here will
unite with Loweratohe and have
a big annual pionio at Lowestone .
Mrs. Dr. Peels r anp daughter,
Evelyn, leaver for Wilmington
Tuesday where they will spend
several days, At Jiie Lutheran Mis
; W. S. Earnh'afdt and familv
spent Sunday in Salisbury with
Mr. and Mrs. David Cauble.
MI feel that I owe the mann
lectures of Uhamberlain's Colic,
Cbolea and Diarrhoea Remedy a
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I mw aw vm v mfummmm am U U aVW
ing terribly sick, due to an attack
lot summer complaint. After
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