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July 28.—Venus was in Salis
bury Friday and saw the young
soldier boys. Saw them march
from their hall to the dining
room for their dinner. Venus
was invited to and took dinner
with them. This is our first
army dinner since the civil war, a
mighty long time between meals.
The table we ate at was sixty
feet long and there were two
more shorter tables. We got
some snap shots of the boys on
the street and at the dining table
We visited their halls ; nd met
Capt D K AJurph, 1st Lient J H
McKenzie Jr., 2nd Lt R L Van
Poole, and others of our old
Rev A C Thompson of Tatna
qua, Pa., and J D Andrews of
Catawba College, Newton, N C.,
gave a fine illustrated lecture
here this week to a large crowd,
At Shiloh church at Granite
Quarry when we got off the train
we saw a big crowd of the mem
bers of the church at work build
ing a concrete walk in front of
the church and putting a lot of
rock dust over the church yard.
A Series of meetings will soon
commence there.
A big crowd of preachers,
ladies and visitors came to see
Venus’ collection Thursday when
the Sunday School convention
was here.
Chamberlain’s'Colic and Diarrheoa Remedy.
iT: Now m the time to’buy a bot
tlejcf this remedy so as to be pre
pared in case that any one of
your family should hare an at
tack of colic or diarrhoea during
the summer months. It is worth
a hundred times its cost when
needed. .
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in weight, properly packed to
withstand much handling,
will now be accepted for
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Such parcels should be ad
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-'n tee Stokes ferry road.
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i August 25th. The Providence
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