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GET POTATO HOUSES READY.
' The harvesting period for sweet
potatoes is at hand, and it is of vital
importance that ample storage be<
properly provided, says George P.
Hoffman, Extension horticulturist.
The standard storage house is the one
sure way of keeping potatoes, and
this house for best results should
"The Edith <
. The report of Brand Wh
ister to Belgium is the basis
Many of the sub-titles have
for any reason mi*
JOSEPH J. PLUNKETT AND
FRANK J. CARROLL
Edith Cjtvell, the British Red
"THE CAVELL CASE"
The Woman The Germans Shot.
Anthony Paul Kelly /
Directed by John G. Adolfi
Cast of Characters:
Edith Amy Dennis
George Brooks- Geo. Le Guere
Frank Brooks._ Creighton Hale
George Brooks, his father
Joan demons Joyce Fair
U. S. Minister to Belgium.
J. W. Johnston
U. S. Ambassador to Great
Britain, Fred Melville,
Secretary to American
Legation at Brussels
t . Marty Faust
A Belgian Lawyer,' legal adviser,
Snanish Minister to Belgium,
Gen. von Bissing
William H. Tooker
Captain von Baring, his aide,
Baron von der Lancken
M. Kirschen Louis Sturz
Mrs. Cavell Sara Alexander
Nurse Edith Cavell Julia Arthur
Photography by Max Snyder.
Tk* Stay of a Turret Captain
Promotion to the N?tt come* quickly to
P*pqfa- H2? tmx todv U $165.76 per
A mans lifeI
Reel them off?"Rio",Gibraltar,;
* ** Ceylon, Yokohama?all the great
ports of the world?are the? only
f-1 places on the map to you?or are
7 they ports where you've gone sail<
fog in from the high seas with
every eye along the shore turned
\ admiringly on your big ship?
your ehipt Every ocean has a
United States ship tailing far
> aoae port worth seeing'
* If you've any call in you for a
i full life?jdxxt and color ail your
' yem ahead with memories of
I things worth seeing?with knowl"
1 tdge worth having?with an inex
->r banstible fund of tea tales and
dveafcures picked up ashore and
Sallst for two-roars. Excellent
four weeks holidays with pay ei
laod tight* ?t ports visited. U
and first uniform outfit free. Pa
fi foD information from your near
, wot know where the nearest,
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have thorough cleansing, disnfecting,|
airing, and artificial drying, especially
previously used houses in which rots
have given trouble. New and unused
houses will need only thorough drying
out by artificial heat.
The cleansing, disinfecting, etc.,
should be done a week or ten days
before the house is to be used, and
itlock, the American Min;
for the.truth of the story.
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been taken direct irum mo
ss this Picture.
SYNOPSIS No. 3. /
Another one of Select's big
specials will be seen at the Abbeville
Theatre on Thursday.
"The Cavell Case," produced
by Joseph L. Plunkett and
Frank J. Carroll, is the story of
Edith Cavell, the British Red
Cross Nurse, whose name the
whole world still remembers.
Although Edith Cavell loved ?
and was loved by Geo. Brooks,
she refused to marry him be- .
cause she believed there was a
greater duty in life for her. A
few years later Edith Cavell
was the directress of three
Belgium hospitals and Instructress
at the Belgium School for
Certified Nurses. v
On one of her visits back
home she meets the sweetheart
of her girlhood days, who has
since become blind. Brooks has
returned with his only son,
Frank, to prepare for an operation
which may restore his eye
The same day that George regains
his eyesight Germany declares
war on France and begins
its invasion of Belgium.
England has already begun to
mobilize. Frank Brooks enlists
and Edith Cavell goes back to
her post of duty in the Brussels
Later, Brooks is informed
that his son is missing and he
writes to Edith, asking her to
find him. She meets him one
day and helps him to escape.
She is discovered and imprisoned.
Despite the many promises
of the Germans to the American _
people that they would not
harm her, on October 12th they
lined her up against the wall
and shot her.
afloat that will make yon a welcome
man in any company*
Work??sure, and a man's wo?fc '
it is, among men.
Play??well, rather, with a buncb
of men who know how to play,
These comrades of yours carry
in their ears the sounds cf great
world cities, of booming guns, of
washing seas?sounds you will
hare with them and that will if
never die away. f
And when you come home, youH ?
face life ashore with level eyes?
for Uncle Sam trains in m2??
roJmnce as weu as jwi-rajw.
The Navy builds straight 8MB*
uwutinaltice for xlvneecwtnt.
tchyeer. Shore leave to ?ec ia?
y begini the day you eniUt- Get
wt recruiting ttatioa. If you do
recruiting tattoo U, oak yoqt
! -Join the
jthethorough drying by beat should be
given over a period of 12 to 24 hours jjj
before the potatoes are to be stored !j;
and the hea t discontinued, weather ;j
conditions permitting, until all the ;!;
crop is harvested and stored. Other- jjj
wise, uniform curing will not be giv- jjj
en and there may be poor keeping as j j I
results of overcuring or undercuring. !j:
Sever.il methods of disinfecting are
recommended. - jjj1.
Whitewashing. Apply, with a jjj
spray pump or brush, a good coat of : |'
standard whitewash, or mixture of !|:
UII1II P| C tiupu cvavu vuuinrn ?
whitewash and winter strength limesulphur
soiiuion. One application is \\\
Nannie Anderson, wife of Wesley j|;
Anderson, died Oct. 11, 1919, at the jj<
age of 56 years. She leaves to mourn
her, her husband, nfne children and
12 grandchildren. She was the moth- ;i;
er of seventeen children, eight having
died before her. Her remains !j|
were laid to rest in Fairfield Baptist r'
church cemetery. It is our loss but :
^eaven's gain. ; ;
A Tribute To Mr*. Mary Perrin.
On Friday night, the 19th, at one jj;
o'clock the immortal spirit.of Mrs. <j!
Mary Perrin, the loved mother of !j!
Lewis and James Perrin, winged it's : j f
way to the bright beyond, the beau- ;
tiful home of the soul, where it will ; |
dwell iorever witn mm wno saia, . ?
"Come unto me and I will give you ! !
rest." ' _ .
A comforting thought for her ;j; .
loved ones to know she is at rest jj;
where there is no death, but will live <!>
on and on throughout the endless !j!
ages of eternity. Ij!
Our beloved Mother in Israel was ;!;
like a ray of sunshine in her home, ;i;
where by her kind and loving nature, jj>;
and gentle disposition, she dispelled
all clouds and brought happiness to :j;
her children, friends, and neighbors, ; ;
claiming the love of all around her.
The newly made gjrave was covered j j
with beautiful flowers, a loving tri- ^
bute and affection from , children )
and friends who mourn her /death.
The,golden bowl has been broken, :|;
the silver chord has been , loosened, ;j;
and the soul has taken its flight.
THE CAUSE OF
That We Guarantee
Lagrange, N. C.?"For years I ;j;
suffered with a chronic cough, so I !j!
could not sleep nights and continued !jl
to lose flesh. My druggist asked me !
to try VinoL It cured my cough, I
can sleep nights and have gained
twelve pounds. Vinol is the best
tonic and tissue btiilder I have ever ';i:
taken."?W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C. X
We guarantee Vinol for chronic jjj
coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a j|[
patent medicine. Formula on ev;ry
bottle. Your money back if it fails.
P. B. SPEED?Druggists Everywhere 'S'
LIFT OFF CORNS! |
Apply few drops then lift sore^
touchy corns off with ;;;
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you
lift it right out.- Yes, magic! ;j|;
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs
but a few cents at any drug store, !|!
but is sufficient to remove every hard j!* I
;orn, soft corn, or corn between the j::
toes, and the calluses, without sore-,;!
... " 0less
or irritation. ' !;>!;
Freezone is the sensational dis- j!;!
covery of a Cincinnati genius. It is !;j;
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When you need an
it's a Range or a Rule;
chances are you'll find
Our stock is large,
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Cutters, Disc Harrows
of all kinds.
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and Wire Lacing.
STOVES and RAN
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We have a complete
High Grade Stove*
Ranges, at most reai
Stoves, $18.50 to
Ranges, ...y $60.00 to
Heaters and Oil
"Sterno" outfits, bun
HARNESS and SAI
Buggy and Wagon E
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sonars, xsreecnmg an
|| Saddles of all kinds
"Bicycles and Vetoc
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[ENTS. TOOLS, CUTLEI
, Plows >' Tools for the
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Kutter" pocket ki
> Pack- ceived, which we
weather - special prices.
Knives and Foi
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tis solid ACCESSOl
.Pump Guns, Uou
/ gie Barrels. Sing
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t'er Shells in al
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apedes. Hunting Coats
:namel ware, "sheffi
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