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Vinol will Stc
A constitutional remedy th
building up the system. TI
in Vinol-Beef and Cod Liv
ganese and Glycerophospi
-energy that throws off the
reoccurrence. It has given
tion for sixteen years. HEI
"o suffered with a chronic cold for
four months, coughed day and night. co
Had to keep on working when I was co
not able to. I saw Vinol advertised as
and tried it, aud I want to tell you it co
just cured that cold in a short time.
It made me eat and sleep well, better be
everyway."-J. C. Bagley, Dunn,N.C. ta
Wor all run-down, nervous, ansemie condl
feeble old people and delicate oildrei
For sale by LAURONS DRUG 00. and
Ugh! Calomel Sick
Please Try D(
I am sincere! My medi<
and bowels so you
Calomel loses you a day! You
know what, caloniel is. it's ier
cury ; quicksilver. Caloiel is Oan
gerous. It crashes into sour Ibil
like dynamite, cramping and tic
ening you. Caloniel attacks 1le
bones and should never be put into
When you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all knocked OUt and
believe you need a dose of dangerous
caloniel just remember that your
To the man who is w<
is a picture for you.
The money that had 1
tect and keep her was no
piled up and grew into a si
from worry or dire povert)
Who is getting the moi
Make OUR bank ~
We add 4 per cent. in
N. B. DIAL, President
LIQUIDS AND PASTEl
TAN, DARK BROWN C
- PRESERVE i
p a Cough
k Up a Cold
it removes the cause by
kese elements cot-tained
er Peptones, I n, Man
Lates - soo create an
cold an prevents its
ninety cent satisfac.
o ear I suffered with a ehronie
U ,soI could not sleep nights and
ntlnued to- lose flesh. My drggist
ked me to try Vinol. It cured my
ugh I can sleep nights and have
Ined twelve pound. Vinol Is the
at tonicand tissue builderIhaveever
ken."-W. D. REN, LagrangeN.C.
Ions, weak women. overworked meno
to *her* is no remedy like Vine.
)dson's Liver Tone
sine does not upset liver
lose.a day's work.
(iuggist sells for a few Cents a larg1
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which
is entirely vegetable and pleasant to
take and is a perfect substitute for
calomel. It is guaranteed to start
your liver without stirring you no
inside, and can not salivate.
Don't take caloiel I It makes you
sick the next. day ; it loses you a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight
ens you right up and you fel great.
Give it to the children as welL
eyou die will
~~oney ?Yes or No?.
>rki for his money---here
ee$ put into the bank to pro
h rdship to save. But it
/that will now free her
'iey you earn? Think it over?
C. H. ROPER, Cas~er
I. FOR BLACK.,WHE,
R OX-BLOOD SHOES.//
From Dennie W. Jones.
Nov. 18, 1918.
'Wfil try my hand in nwriting you
his morning. 'Hope it will find you and
amily in the best of health. (I am all
). K. Have been. in the hospital for
, while with grippe but am expecting
o return to my. company this week.
Well, I suppose every-body is having
t tine time over there as the victory
aas been won. I tell you, there sure
was some -rejoicing over here that
lay. They sure were some glad peo
ple. They very near run me to death
that afternoon, as I was in a little
town. The French would come down
the street, just grab you and force
rou in a big ring. Through Otores,
1:welling houses, over town and back
again. Bet I heard the words finish L
uerer (meaning the war is over), a
million times. Gee, they rwere happy,
[il shouting viva La America, which
a (hurrah for America). Every'win
low was full of flags. Oh, I will tell
you about It when I get home. But I
know it was as happy there, and just
ts much rejoicing there. I have not
leard from anyone since I left Co. Ti,
Gth inf., so I am anxious to get back
md get my mail with some letters
romn you telling me that you are well
when they were :written. Will say
good-bye for a few days, I am,
Pvt. Denimie W. Jones,
Co. 'L, 6th Inf., A. E. F.
Front Iavid C. Smith.
Nov. 2.1. 1918.
Dear Mother :
I will write you a few lines to let
you know I am doing fine, but work
Ing very hard. I am out on the rifle
range this week; think I will enjoy
it very much. We are being trained
as much since the war closed as we
were when it was going on. I hiked
eleven mtiles in four hours with sev
ent.V-flye pounds on my back yester
day and feel good today. Don't you
think I am getting to be a man?
I haven't heard from anybody in
the States since I left, but I hope you
all are doing fine. I don't stay in one
place but about a week at -a time. I
suppose that Is the reason 'I can't get
ny mail, but I am getting to see
France, and will have lots to talk
about when I come home. I don't
know rwhen I will get to come home,
sometime next spring I hope. I
think some of the boys will be home
for Christmas. The paper says the
tlrst over the first back home, so you
see I will have to wait. until my time.
I will take in all I can over here and
come home when I get a chance. I
am in twenty miles of Paris, hope I
will get to go there next.
I haven't seen any kind of houses
but those made of stone, since I land
ed in l'France. Some of them are real
tine, believe me. I am staying in a
house with a lFrench family. so you
see I am doing fine. Well Thanksgiv
ing is next Thursday. I must say 1
would be0 glad to he at home and go
hunting, but I will be thankful in
irance, becauise I have learned to be
thankful anywher'e I may be. While
I am writing there is a crowvd of
French children standing around.I
wish you could see them swith theli
woodlen shoes and their 01(d clother
on, nowv don't you think wve shotuld b)1
thakfutl when we get good clothes i
Mlother. there is no place like hom<
andl a mother andl father like I have
Tell father of all the things that ht
cold have glv.en me, I have enjoye<
my Bible most. When :I get sad
always find something there to chee
me. I won't send you my ad~dress be
cause I don't see any use of you wri't
lg me whten 1 don't get it.
Good-b~ye, with love to each one o
From lEngene (Cox.
Nov. 25, 1918.
\y dear' Mother':
I am going to write you a few line
this afternoon. It has, been abot
month since I have wvritten you a Iet
te, butt lots of things have happene
in that montht. The war has ende
apd~ we are on our wvay to occupliy Ger
manl territor'y for awhile. I am no
In ILxemnburg abmout two miles fr'or
Gemany. Clyde is also going ove1
ht Ite isn't with me. lie is in the -i2un
division andl I am in the fir'st.
Mamma. I saw Walter Young Mil
about a month ago. lie sure look
well. I was passing in a motor'cyce
about thirty miles an htour wvhen
heard someone calling me by naum
I stopped'( andl then dlidn't know lint
ie toldl me all ab~out the honmefoll
and~ the western country. 'lie likes 01
there fine. Ile had to tell tie whio I
was, but he knew me. Well, Mlamm
I gtess you all are getting more unow
ttan I am able to write, so I will clos
I am well and don't have any id<
when I will come home. Probab
son, anAl nj~rihb a lngr urnv off.
I THE FRONT
can't tell. 'Wishing you all a merry
From "Jap" Caldwell.
-La Vallionne, France,
Nov. 27, 1918.
hiy Dear Mother:
I have been wondering how every
body is getting along back home by
this time. I hope that none of you
catch the "Flu". I have had It once
since coming to France, but I did not
say anything about It, a had it soon
after landing. I was sick about a
week, but did not go to the hospital.
Guess I should have, but that is .no
place for me, if I can get around it.
I haven't heard a single word from
home except the one letter from Vera,
since coming to this school. fIcan't
understand why they don't forward it
to me.. I know. I have at least forty
or fifty letters back with the company.
I will have to stop now for supper,
guess we will have a good supper.
I don't have any idea how long I
will be at this place. I would just
like to know how long It will be be
fore we get back to-the States. From
the looks of everything It seems that
we will be among the first to get back,
but you can never tell until the time
comes. I was thinking today about
iwhere I was two years ago in the
morning. We arrived in Columbia
from .\ex!eo. I Would like very much
to be pulling In there in the morning
but that Is impossIble.
)id you all ever get those cards I
sent some two or three months ago,
I hope you did. I mailed them just
before we went into that drive which I
am thankful that I got through all 0.
K. I saw things that I never thought
I could stand, but it did not bother me
at all. I never did feel like -I was
going to get hurt somehow, but I had
some pretty close calls. But now as
it is all over, I am glad that I got the
chance to be in one real battle, for
that Is what I came over here for. I
would not have felt right to come this
far and not get to fight. Everything
has begun to get like it was at Camp
evier, now since it Is all over. We
have been clessed so far here; it has
been fine weather, Haven't had any
real cold weather yet. I guess it has
begun to get pretty cold over there by
I would like to send everyone some
kind of a Christmas present but it is
so uncertain as to 'whether it would
get there or not, and too I haven't
been paid since August, but it will be
a pretty good pile when I get it. When
I came to this camp I did not bring
my service record, and I can't get any
pay until it gets here and God only
knows when that will be. I know it
will be sometime In January now be
fore I get paid, If then, but -1 don't
teed it anyway for I would spend it.
Just wait andl get it all together and
get a furlough and visit some of the
large cities in France.
Tomorrow is Trhanksgiving. What
more c'outld we he thankful for than
the ending of this terrible war?
Will close for this time.
\1y Address Is the same:
Candidate J. P. Cald well.
-13th Co. I. C. S., A. E. 1".,
la Vaihonne, France.
DON'T SCOLD, MOT HER!
T HE CROSS CHILD IS
IL4ok at tonguel If coted'i, cleats lit
tle stomnach, liver, howels.
Don't scold your fretful, peecvlsl
rchild. See if tongue is coated; this 1
- a sure sign its little somach, liver an'
. bowels arc clogged with; sour waste
When lis ess. pale, fe crishi, full a
c'old, breath tad, throa sore. doesn
f et, sleep or ct natu-r ily, has stonm
ac'h-ache, indii estion, iarrhoca, giv
a teasp~oonful "Cal ornia Syrup a
Figs'', and in a ew I urts all the tou:
waste, the souit bhI and fermsentini
foodl passes out f t e bowels and yol
have a .well an p ayful child agait
'hildren love thti armless "fruit lax
alive", and tnoth s can recst easy af
lt'r giving it, because it never tails t
smake their little "lnsidles" elean an
- Keep It handy, Mothet'! A little giv
d en today saves a sick child tomor'row
butt get the genuine. Ask youtr drug~
dgst fot' a bottle of "Califo'nia Syru
- of Figs", which htas directlonls for ha
v bles, chilrent of all ages .andl fo
u grown-ups pliainly on thte bottle. Itk
mtember there are counterfeits sol
*here, so sturely look and see that yout
I is tmade by the "CalIfornia Fig Syru
('ompany." I i-nd~ back with con temi
s anty other' fig syrup.
A Tonic Laxative
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Their Medicine C
IT is characteristic of
folks af.er they pass the allotted
''threo scoro yuars and tOn," to 1ok
back over the days that are gono
and thoughtully live timan over.
I find myself, &A seventy-one, trequently
driftimig biiwk a titert~ 4f at ,ant ty, wheni
I oe n isef It i the Ittle drUg otoro Owned
at 1,i var, bilo., naL:ug and reiliug a
vegetable conpoand to jut Iends an.i
ciatoutera-wltt was theon Xnovn only us
Dr. l.ewil' Me lie ne for ntomath, iver
and lJowel CompaL.nts.
For nany yesn while I man perfecting sty
forintila I atud~ d and invostigated I iio
laxatives an. cathartic1 on tho market atd
becamo convinced that the r m11ain fault
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but that Lit :rn cetiona wr.- t to vio'ent a::d
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tinles, %vYiio Othurs wouldI act oly~ on the
lower ur l)trff itestinca, find that they
alienolt .in, i ri estv produced a habit re
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then act on tho stonach and entiro alitnen
tary systen. It this wvn acconplished, the
it1itlieio would produte a Ini11(, but
thotriug l ei titstiot # teo i'asto thvit
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tho ucer feel better at once. 0
After experimentingr with huntiredt of
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