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14th of March we iiaci fine
weather and lots -ofaf mrs
' commenced : tio wito g o n every
side . Mesdames J A Peeler
and L M - Peeler made a gar
den afid planted onions and
radishes and sngar peas,
cabbage plants and Irish yo
tatoesi Mrs J A Peeler
- planted little onions, sowed
lettuce seedj beet seed and
faddish seed an set out
grape vines. Who can beat
ever that for early garden
trot out your farmer's wife,
, James Jones killed a big
fat hog March 13th. .
. J T Wyatt got another or
der for a pair cf millstones
and the money right along
with the order. That's the
way to do buisness. Casn
up and no grumbling.
On Wednesday morning,
March 12th, iVeuus went up
to Robert Williams and took
breakfast just for "good luck
or them, as it was their first
breakfast in their hew home.
Venu? has taken a meal with
several families, . when they
took the first meal in their
ne rhome for good luck.
Venus wants gome little
boy or girl to send him some
clippings of the Faith Items
or a newspaper with them to
put in the corner stone of
the new Reformed, church.
They can send "their nrurie
and address also, and in a
few thousand years, more or
lesss, it will be interesting to
see who was living here on
this earth in 1919. Send a
little .coin -or copper w::th
your address and we will see j
that it goes in. We put ii in j
a glass jar full of paper' in j
John Waller, who has been
driving a team here tor 14 !
. j? t i v-k !
years ior jonxi a reeier, is
feeble and is fitting by the
fire today as it is cold and
Misses Margie and Pea-le
Wilhelm were visiting their
aunt 'Saturday night, Mrs
John Rbinehardt has mov
ed back to Faith from Kaa
napolis iuto John A Peeler's
residence just vacated by
Robert Williams and Lewis
Brown has moved back to'
Fdith in Larson Lud wick's
house. There is no, place
after all to live as cheap as
in our little town Faith,
Several more families are go
ing to move back to Faith.
We saw some moving here
the other day but have not
found out who they were.
vTatiJaQ: jt fa at; t'laui A ble '"ffion '3 td
just-like I did Kef cni ? tttrf til
rbeumatisin got iis holdn tne;
My. wife is tak in g T.arilac. ? tod
and sh e is , just assent husiastk
abou t it as I am. -: ..i
T a n lac . i s now s o l d. in
' Salisbury by ; the Smith JDrug
Co., in Cleveland by J. A. Lyerly,
in Granite Quarry by IKe'Brqwn
Drug Co., and in Spencer battle
Rowan Drug Go. and by all good
druggists. 1 11
Heals The Throat x :
Cures The Cough
A FREE BOX OF , ;
J3RQE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup, is enclosed with every bot
tle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
You get the Cough Syrup and the -Salve
for one price, 35c
Made, Recorr mended and Guaranteed to
the Public by
Paris Medicine Company
Manufacturers of '..
Grove s Tasteless Chill Jbnic
He carries a fall line of Higk
ixr&9i frdceries at
' I L trer'lb w prices. -v..
I -i- KnyslilfflLiaa of Produce,
v ;; - vegetables. Seehlm "3--l
r :Headuaef s for, Watkins
V : Medicine Co. :;
:. ,imW Itmiss St "
rJ&i ; afrCT1 Vk -."""2:2 - ? i '.'A-
plptedsa vtu;V ii il thipusa udth
4re" since heVio6k- refuse sat
Uount von Betintck's xastle ,: hero
last fall. -. "From t afe " tfa(Susa:ndili
tree,- a few logs, were V'con verteH
intpsou veni rs of t he siccbmpl ish
ment, and ma rkcd in fed in k with
inscription W 2 These were
presented to members of the
Bentinnick family, ; and those
who had assisted the -emperor
in his. work durin- the last ten
weeks.. - " " K V .
SAifSRHRY: M. ft
Does a general Vmckinsf basiness and cor f
and also several huhdre Bnsbft
; of nice Jrish potatoes and';ome'': Cashier,
farming utensils. ; Call, or ;;'J!SSSS;:
o. vv ilARRINGTON, iiione 35, b. Gaskill WimiPtWaiit.
Rockwell, N. O. , : . . " - j:"- ' ; ?
Buy War Stamps.
get fmmediate relief froci
Or.Shoop's Magic Ointcsct,
rWood's White; and Telloxr
Bent Seed Corns are all nubboS
selected stock of high germi
nation. For the past five
years our Bellwood stain cf
'Boone, County has woa- flrs'c
prize at the -Virginia Stp'te
Fair for best ten ears of Xvhite
... corn.: ' " - .
Corn is--one of the best and 5j
largest-vieldine. varieties fnr 35
-For Farfn and Garden aira of
hi gh-grad quality tested for
both; purity- and germination.
Write for Catalog and "Wood s
Crop Special," giving prices of
Seed Potatoes, Seed
Oats, Grass and Clover
, Seed-Gardeh. Seeds.
T.W.Wood & Sons
Richmond, . m :TlrgIaia. .
Interest on investment i3
the source of surest income.
Money worKa 24 hours a.
oay and seven days
$2000 GONE SAYS WILEY YESPERMN.
Spent Small Fortune on Treatments Before
Finte Relief by Takin? Teniae.
I spent at least two thousand
dollars on medicines and treat
ments befote I finally got relief
by taking" Tanlac said Wiljy
Vesperman of 4418 Bowser ave
nue Dallas, Texas.
I suffered with rheumatism in
my left arm and shoulder for sev
en years " he continued and at
times I was so badly crippled up
- that I would just have to give up
and go to bed. I also suffered in
terribly with indigestion and
what little I ate formed so much
" gas that I would belch up my
sour undigested food and would
become faint from dizziness. I
could hardly sleep at night for
the misery I was in and in the
morning 1 would get up feeling
so awful that I could hardly get
But Tanlac has driven away
every bit of the pain and misery
I neveT suffer from indigestion
and can eat anything I want.
r. My condition has improved so
More people are mad mde?
pendent by saying tHan by
slaving. . ;
England has invested to
wonderfuT advantage. Ev
ery year statistics show
that England buys more
from other countries thexn
she sells to them, But inter
est on Investments does not
show in the statistical tables
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That is why England is; rich.
Money placed in a savings banK is ah in
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Savings Department Pays 4 Per Cent,
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