1. W. WEST DRUG CO.
MOUNT AIRY. N. C.
L . I
Ml*. F. M. J one*, of
Palmer, Okla., write*■
"From the time I al
tered into womanhood
... I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I Mittered with my
back and bearing-dowa
pain, until lite to me waa
a misery. I would thiak
I could not endure the
paia any longer, and 1
gradually got wone. . .
Nothing seemed to help
att until, one day, . . .
1 decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"I took tear bottles,"
Ma. Jom gees eo to
My, "and wm mot ooJjr
greatly relieved, but em
truthfully tay that 1 km
■ota pais. . .
M It has mow baea two
years since I took Cards!,
aad I am rtfll to good
health. . . 1 would ad
riae any wnn or girt
to um Cardid who is a
II you sufler pais caused
from wnmea ly trouble, er
■ youtoei the need at a
good strengthening tooic
system, lake the advice
el Mrs. Jones. Try Car
tel. H helped her. We
believe it wffl help ye*.
At a MMtinf of the Hurry County
CtamittM of churches on War Hav
in(< at Central M«th«lut Church. the
following resolution *a< adopted:
1. That this Committee li in full
ami n.mplatc *ympathy with the
I method* l«ui( u»ed by the govern
> merit looking to the production and
I conservation of fool, the practice of
economy ami '.he raising of war fund*
. l»y m.-ans of I,it<«rty Bond*, War
j Stamp* ami Thrift Stamp*.
2. That the requirement* of the
government to meet the e*e®enrie»
; of the time* are in harmony with the
Bible d'H-frme of *elf-denial. the «/ut
' ome of *hirh will prove a laotinjr
bl«H*ing to our people.
■1. That, in ax much as our people
are c ming to *ee thing in a large
way and a e taking hold of large idea*
and have had brought to their attcn
! tint the nece-fity and advantage of
hearty co-operation in large undertak
, ingn, thin is the must opportune lime
to project our work on a large -rale,
ami, in a* much a* our government
cannot *urce**fully meet the great
re>..<oft«ibilitie* re*ting upon it with
(«,' a deep .cn»e of moral respunsibili
' ty on the part of our people, we, ther
| fore, pledge oar faithful services a*
ministers of the Gospel at thin parti
cular time in trying to arouse our peo
, pie to the great need of prayer strong
faith in Cod, Who alone is able to de
liver u* from the hand of the enemy.
H. C. Sprinkle, (/hm,
J. V>. Comb*. Sec.
Save Fertilizer Bills, in
crease crop productive
ness, and mAe the best
of Summ-r fc-age crops.
I Will iir.pre7« !*nj wonderfully,
even after uainic nop for fortgr
or Kr.-iziny Can b<
sroT/ii to cxeeilriu advantage iii
your Corn crop. were*..in,; yielJ
of Corn «m! ranting a HiKldorful
iuiprui eme.it to the toil
Writ? for prirea and "W(>()D1
Ckf V SPBCJA;..-' ipTiiu ir.Jrm
Uon about all .4mam iai>lc Sevdj.
Mailed frae oa reqaaal
T. W. WOOD& SONS,
Seedsmen, P.irhm—d, Vjl
YOU SHOULD NAME
THE SURRY COUNTY LOAN
& TRUST CO.
AS YOUR EXECUTOR FOR THE
The business of tbb Company is to act as Executor of
Wills, to administer estates, to serve as guardian of
minors and trustee of property under wills.
A board of careful business men direct the atfain of the
' The Trust Company never dies and is always found at
its place of business ever ready to give proper attention
to the affairs of your estate.
The Trust Company will see that your will Is drawn cor
rectly and, when named as Executor, makes no charge
for properly drawing up the will or keeping it under
seal in its vault.
W. W. Burke, A. G. Bowman, W. F. Carter, E. H. Wrenn,
F. S. Eldridge, W. A. York, G. D. Fawcett, W. W.
Hampton, W. G. Sydnor, J. D. Smith.
W. F. CARTER. President.
E. U. WRENN. Vico-Proaident
GEO. D. FAWCETT. 8m. A Treaa.
Ta tfca vator* * Barry Cim»i
I «Ub U Mb* i >uuaart U My
frMs, aa mO aa to tfcaaa ak* an
aat ar paranaal ar pal >1 teal fnnii.
Ma mm, trimud «r (aa. can ■ay that
I fca*a act, at all tuaaa, acqataacad to
tlto wiakaa of the Republican party
wfcaa it was to tfca upbuilding of tfca
la 1MM, wfcaa it *u conceded tkat
tfcera >aa aa bapa of aiactiaa, I ac
cepted the nomination far the Legis
lalura and succeeded in defeating one
of tfca bast nscn in Hurry county.
Vlsca that Mae I have belonged to tfca
Republican party, and acquiesced with
their wi«k«s, and not tfca party to ma.
I appreciate what my frianj have
dona for im. and would not at tfcia
tints refuse to males tfca rara far tha
position of Rsffi<tsr of Deeds for Mar
ry County for tits third term, aftor
having l/asn pressed by my old time
fhstMi, and when I say old tims
friend* 1 mean tha msn who hava
ma<lc t>.« party la Hurry County what
it is today I their irfltcm-r has reaped
n rreat reward) were it not for ths
fart that I sac it would CM)1* inmu
(tu-Wm aa *om<- year. ago our nm
ention in Dot,mm adopted
-i resolali- n to give an officer two
vrmi of office and no m-^r Thin, in
my op.nion. ii v» oriif. All Cou ty
liffw er« hould hat«- the jhi» n lim
it r of year., as a i«im of oftkx that
n, if you give tb»m two ton** ami
two year* a a tsrm. Kive "hem all the
ami. If you (ii> four year* a< a
>rm, put them all on ar oq'iality.
Thi . in my opinion, is fair. I Urn
only nfMaiing as I .<-» it.
In <■/«• lu-i'.r I w h to nay that I
am profoundly thankful to tho«e who
have repeatedly urjr«d me to make
this third term ra<-e, and hr.pe that
'hey Iin arid will *e« it in the lune
' „'ht that I do. Party *ucce. • hould
always and at all tmes be paramount
to personal ambition. and for this
rta^m I d<* line to make the face for
Riiiister of Deeds of Surry County for
a third term.
Again I wi-h to thank each and
every mai. »h. ■<. loyally and freely
aupported me in the pa t, and 1 would
i deed i* ungrateful If I did not pro
' 'ly hark the men who, I am ^ure.
would brinjt victory if I would only
-ay yes- to you. let'* put interest o;
[■arty ah, ad of individuals, and victory
will crown our efforts.
With be-t wishes,
S. G. BRIM.
U-Boat Chucri are on the way
Detroit, Mick.—Kagles, the new
submarine chasers which Henry Ford
is building, will soon be turned out at
the rate of one a day in the great new
plant which is being rushed to com
pletion on the River Rouge. The first
eagle, a sample boat, wu completed
within three months after Mr. Ford
••(-eive-i two sketches from the Navy
Department with the request that he
build such boats.
Work on a plant to produce the
b<>at* was tartisl simultaneously with
the preparation of drawings for the
plans. The part* of the new craft
were standarued, which in the se
cret of the Ford automobile produc
tion. Motor production was then cut
from 3000 to 1500 a day, and half of
Uia human and mechanical resource*
of the groat Highland Park automo
bile factories were turned into the
production of the standarued raffle
These standard parts great train
loads of them, are hauled around the
City of Detroit to the Kiver House
plant and distributed by train* along
the north end of three long building
-hops. At one end of these shops a
keel is laid on a great moving plat
form, mounted on railroad trucks,
which acts as an indoor dry dock. The
ribs are attached next, and the plat
form moves .slowly along the shop,
each stop meaning the addition of
one standardized parts, by one of the
several gangs of experts in their par
At the south end of the three shops
is a slip across which at right angles
slides another great platform. It re
ceives the completed hulls of eagles
from all the shops and shunts them
on to a track down which they slide
beside the fitting shops, where cabin*,
superstructure fitting* ai
irigs are put on. Then the completed
boat* one each day, swing around in
a great turning basin and feel their
way out a concrete canal into the
I L>etroit River.
MOUNT AIRY FEED STORE
We have moved our place of busi
ness across the street from where we
have been for year* into the Schcfer
: Block where we are prepared to fur
nish you with all kinds of feed. We
carry a full line of such feed a* you
| need and buy grain at the highest
market price. We keep on hand a
stock of meal and flour and make
every effort to please. Your patron
R. U. Smith. Proprietor.
*7 rm.D ti trwmtm M
Mr. Ju Marshall.
Give m Imi Marshall far the I—
•U, u4 nil ann. ■■■<• bayhead I
ten Iumwi fan Minkdl. He hit
been a Rafx ' i raa all Ut UU Ha
haa mad* Sf-jrha* la the olden day*
whan Repubt «(» were araree artl
rlaa in Barry Caaaljr, and when it was
iangerooe far a man la uphold lapub
Iwan principle*. Ha has bean a loyal
member vt hi* party avar aiace. Fair
year* ago ha w.uld hava been tha
no>n.nca of lh« [a.ty for Cmgiwi if
ha had had a fair leal. Some men of
prominence in tha Republican party
in Surry '"nonty, who 0*1 their pro
minence to hia influerre, for noma rea
. on joined in a " mhinstiM of poli
tician* and Uw>lc from him the nom
ination he wan entitled u> end which
ha woulil hava received had he receiv
ed a fair ileal, lie de*ervct. the co»
Adence and support of hu party whwrh
he ha* ever been l». a! U> arul which ha
ha* ever nupportad. He hnuiii he
nominated for the .Senate. He in a
frie'nl of the Jje« p!». anil de^trve*
Go out to the |..;maria* Jtinn Nt
an.l *nte for Hon -sue K. hall.
'Ihi April 23,
f, I,'. Ii'jt 'hen*.
By taking Ljdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, One
of lboiuanusot ^udiCate*.
Black River Fails, Wi*. — "A* Lydia
E. pinkham's Vegetable Coapuaail
operation. 1 cannot
n-j enough in pratM
out. 1 muffrrrt] from
organic UtAioirs and
my *fda hurt ma to
1 couJd hardly be up
from my bad, and I
w aa unable to do my
housework. I bad
the beat dactora in
wanted ma to have
an operation, bet
T v/4ia k PinkK*m'a
Vegetable' Cootpoend cured me so I did
not iw«d the operation, and 1 am tilling
all my frienda about it"—Mrs. A. wT
Bntn, Black Rtor Falla. Wia.
Itll thai of
root and barb remedy a hu—ehuld word
from ocean to arm Any woman who
■offer* from inflammation, ulceration,
displacementa, backache, nervousness,
irregularities or "the blue*" should
not rest until she baa given it a trial,
and for special advice write Lydia L
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn. Maw.
See Tleee Sleglw
Before Tea BaU
If you mra planning to build or
repair, you owe it to youradf
to know mart about the menu
of Ajnerv»n Twin Shingles. On
aS sloping roaLi the* »hirg}a*
give a <IoU_r'» worth cf valua
for every iloLir apoit.
•re mad* of toufcli f.lt, thoroughly waterproofed wuh ever
lasting asphalt; tiien cabled with crushed *! .:e. American
T win Sfni)g»c* are made in bcauuiu! red and grcm colors -«rsd
will harmonize with an/ surroundings or arcait':ctura! plan.
Come see these ^hin^ies today. We have a v/ide aaaoruncm
o? b-tUdir* rnatfrr^ls av/ait»ni( your .)>: u-ttioo.
W. E. MERRI'I f CO.
CoodCye in Germany.
Wh.le the people of the L'mted
SiatTi are agitating the rutting out
of German tui.ie* in the public
-chool*. the German ' j»j\err.m<nt ha*
gone ahead ami boycotted ail lan
guage other than that of what wan
once popularly Wnowr. a.> "the Kaiher
land." The German people are not
ev*n allowed to -ay "goodbye" in any
other language than that of Germany.
The -imple and *oft-»ounding "adieu"
had been in popularity and po ibly
for that reason the Kaiser ha* ordered
it* abandonment. It u now somewhat
of a performance to say goodbye in
Germany, although the native haj
choice of a number of selection* of
•peech. He may aay either Gott
be*chuUe, or Goot Rich, to keep in
good favor with the Kaiser, or be may
drop down to the language of the
common people with auf Wicdcr»ehcn.
If he is not in a hurry he may tarry
to drawl out aut haldigeswiedersehaii,
or h« may elaborate (till farther with
the ajf nehrhaldtgeftwiederfrehen. If
the train is not ju.it about to pull out
he ma> -nfnalize hu departure ami his
abandonment U, '■ ' / 'j
ever netting him afrun by the more
elaborate form of bowing hinelf
away with auf ein rechterz:ge*frohea
baldige;>wieder*ehen. Perhaps thin
lateit edict of the Kaiaer was taken
merely with the v>w that it might
»er*e a* another device for keeping
the mind of the people off the wsr.—
Only a ilacker cMild stand idly am
the sidewalk and cirticiz* as the army
of workers marches by.
Food will win the war—produce it.
O M*-<TlOWB * MM. UK.. ftAJLTUKoAl, H9.
Perspiring for an Imaginary Ideal
@0 many men hnvc nrv: yet :yr-". ':hc c;mfo:of
special appa~el for hot weather wear, that v/ith
every advertisement we write, we icex we are influenc
ing men toward a common sense iz.2a.
It seems many men imagine that wool—all wool and
a vest are the first requisites of correct attire.
Not so today—wc are showing many splendid fabrics
of feather weight—excellently tailored and designed,
that instead of impairing man's appearance, improve it
MAO* MY (Tmocia * I. T*C »*l TI««0««. «■».
as displayed by us for hot weather wear will dissipate your prejudice.
Quit perspiring for an imaginary ideal! Lot us tog you out for th*
J. W. Prather Clothing Co.