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By the Associated Press.'
k Mnspnw. Auav 16. Diamonds r and
food are the. chief attractions in tlr
open air markets of Moscow,
CRAMPS, PAINS
AND BACKAGHc
St. Louis Woman Relieved by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound
'great
i?aise Four Certificates
Earn College Credit
While Teachm
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Beginning' Saturday, October 7, and continuing
(.rich Saturday for thirty-weeks, Lenoir College will con
tinue tlte Saturday School for Teachers so successful in
recent sessions ;
, By; ruling of State Board, professional credits
may be won only in college o rsummer school, not by
examination; .
CREDIT: Equivalent to a six weeks summer
'chool. Three courses counted as six semester hours cred
it toward the A. B. Degree. Endorsed by State Board of
Education.
FEE: Three courses, thirty weeks, for $20.00.
HOURS: Arranged to suit teachers from a dis
tance. Railroad schedules convenient.
Write at once and make arrangement for courses
desired. Address,
Prof; Grover Morgan, A. M.
Hickory, N. C
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which are running full blast this sum
mer after several years of inactivity
Food of all .kinds is to be had in
abundance, there being many varieties
of vegetables and fruit, as well as
butter, eggs, meat, flour, and canned
goods. The display reminds one ot a
market in the. United States. The
nviV'tJa o'pnpva v arp ni&'ner tnan in
America. The meats, fresh, dried and
smoked, are heaped in enormous piles
in the small stall in front of which
the Moscow housewives assemble in
all dav loner in search of
their wants of the moment.
Tons of potatoes, and fresh vegeta
bles just from the fields, are dumped
into the stall in the morning. Women
of the neighborhood fill their baskets
and then hurry from the market place
in an endless procession which contin
ues until late in the afternoon
Sooinc the heans of food of all
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kinds, even bottled pickles from Lon
don it is difficult for "foreign visitors
to realize that in various parts of
Russia today the American Relief
Administration alone is feeding ap
proximately 10,000,000 persons; chief
ly as a result of effects brought about
by war, revolution, and the famine of
last year.
In the diamond and jewelry section
of the markets the dealers, chietly
women, sit in long .rows displaying
their wares on their fingers and about
their" necks. Their blouses and : shirt
waists serve as a background for
brooches, ear rings, necklaces, tiny
jewelled watches, and other articles
of personal adornment which came
down from the. -aristocracy iperhaps
throuerh want and the "pawn shop'
route. " -! ;
The diamonds are not of the best,
but it is here that the largest crowds
assemble, even in greater -numbers
than the food stall. Some are endeav
oring to sell, others are haggling over
the nrice of a stcfne, watch," or some
other piece of jewelry. The brighter
the sum the greater the crowd in the
rowwhere the diamonds are shown
Many of the onlookers obviously are
T-ntPl hv thp snarkliner gems
yellow perhaps, and specked with car
v.v lnt V?inmnn1 'stillJ and e-ood for
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tired, hungry ees. which for a change
lrfr -Fr.v fsmSt'nf ifiWels as a l'C-
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minder of other, days, i
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Kf Tnin. Mo. "I was bothered
i ynth cramps and pains every month and
nan nacKacne uuu
had to go to bed as l
could not worK. m.v
mother and my
whole f amilv alwavs
took Lydia E. Pihk
ham's Vegetable
Compound tor sucn
troubles and they
induced me to try it
and it has nelned me
verv much. I don't.
have cramDS any
more, and I can do
my housework all through the month.
1 recommend your v egeiaoie vorapuuiiu
to my friends for female troubles."
Mrs. Della Scholz, 1412 Salisbury
Just think for a moment. Lydia E.
Pinkhnm's Vptret.ahle - Comnound i has
been in use for nearly fifty years. It is
prepar ed trom medicmai pianis, oyuia
utmost pharmaceutical skill, and supe
rior methods. The ingredients thus
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combined mtne ijompouna correct wio
conditions which cause such annoying
:rmntAmc nfl haH hppn troubling Mrs.
Scholz. The Vegetable Compound exer
cises a restorative influence of the most
desirable character, correcting tne trou
ble in a gentle but efficient manner.
This is noted, by the disappearance, one
after another, of the disagreeable
symptoms.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD
We have arranged some special
values for next week. Think over
your heeds in hardware, stoves,
ranges and dining room and kitch
en cutlery. Then visit our Store.
Shuford Hardware
Co.np.ny
Coupons Here All Next Week
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18 Cakes Octagon Soap $1.00
13 lbs. White Sugar $1.00
One each to a customer . .
5 per cent on all Groceries, Canned Goods
and Produce
per cent on all China and Glassware
15 per cent on all Pottery
25 per cent on all Enamel and Tin Wares
We give tickets entitling holders to chance
on Automobile, and all qther prizes
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inviVfi l'irTIIRES'TO BE
SHfWN IN FORBIDDEN LHASA
.T.nndnn Aug-. SO. Thibet, it is
v,ri will rnt. much loncer be the
land of mystery. Nor will the great
outside world, it is expected, continue
tr. hp the ereat land of the unknown
to the Thibetans. They are to be of
fered an opporturntv ot seeing, on tne
movies, something of the wonders to
v0 fnnml in the vast world beyond
Thibet. In exchange it is hoped they
will allow cinematograpn pictures u
be taken of the wonders of Thibet for
l nf rtVi3r lands to see.
a 9'Vi1a inst received in London
announces the arrival in Calcutta of
the members of the British mission
Thihat TVipv hnvp besrun the long
and difficult journey on foot through
the Himalayas. .
rn tnoiv wav to Darieelins: the mis
sinn visited the Bodhidruma (or "Tree
of Intelligence"), the sacred fig tree
which, according Ho Buddhist
tradition, Buddha was sitting in con
tinn xxjhpn hp attained the per
feet, wisdom. A film" is to be taken
of the nilerims visit
ing it, and it is hoped to show these
pictures to the Dalai Lama in Lhasa
itself. Films of wild -animals and the
various aspects of the outside ;wrold
are also being carried in orea to ouer.
to the highest Thibetan outhonties
the first cinematograph exhibition
ever given in their famous city.
One of the objects in displaying
the wonders and possibilities 'of mov-,
ing pictures is to secure permission
for making film records of the coun
try and its people. ' - ...
BRITISH HIGH OFFICIAL
-RELINQUISHES BIG PENSION
1 SANITARY MARKET
142 Phones 362
"Gamble's Goocls Are Good"
Londan, Aug. 30. Lord Strathclyda
hf! astonished the official world s by
I voluntary relinquishing the' pension of
J 3,750 a year that was, granted mm
seven years ago when he retired irom
the office of Lord Advocate for Scot-;
land, where he was getting 55,000 a
year.
He is 69 years old and declares his
reason for giving up" the pension:
is able, owing to weak health, to take;
part in the judicial work of the House
of Lords. That has only increased the
surprise his action has occasioned,
such an exhibit of public spirit is rare
indeed.
The British government makes gen
erous provision for the future welfare
of its best-paid office holders when
they join the ranks of those who have,
retired. The speaker of the house of
commons has a salary of 5,000 a year;'
he may retire whenever he wants to
and enjoy a life pension of 4,000 a.
year. The Lord Chancellor, who fills"
a role in the house 'of i lords anala-,
gtous to the sneaker of the house ofj
commons, receives a salary of 10,0001
t i n v f e i r -i
a year ana retirea pay oi oo,uuu. ;
PDaDaDDDcaQaPC3BaP:Daaancj
Hughes got paint all over -himself
in his effort to make the Newberry
bust look whiter. Philadelphia 1160,":
ord. ' '
MILITARY UTOKiATIGS
A man's gun, built for hard service, 32 or 38 calibre. Shoots 8 shots. Blue steel with safety attachment.'
m en less than half pre-war prices 410 0
plUOU 32 or 38 calibre - was $25.00, now. p 1JUJ
25 CALIBRE BLUE STEEL ARMY AUTOMATIC. Convenient to carry. Price 7.50. All our
guns shoot standard American Ammunition. All guns guaranteed new. -
Write your name and addressplainly, send it to us and we will forward you
one of these automatics. Pay postman on arrival. Examine automatic fare
fully and if not satisfactory just return it ' and get you MONEY BACK'
F. H. BROOKS, Inc.
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330 S. THIRD STREET
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