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A PAGE NINE S.'i Tlie Griefs of fyHanluid It's toiigh on the square, to have nothing to wear, And it's tough to get pinched on the street; And it's sad when you're broke and it's worse when croak, . But it's worst when you've nothing to eat. The foregoing is a classified list of human evils, graduated in ascending order with the clmax at the end. But you will never face the climax if you get your, groceries at E. B. MORSE PHONE 241. Our wonderfully moderate prices will keep your pantry and pocket full at the same time. Also we have a X-MAS GOODS such as TOYS, NUTS, CANDIES, ETC. Don't fail to visit our store. H. A. Page, Jr. FORD SERVICE STATION Weekly Casualties Review. Killed, Wounded, Prisoners and Mining as officially announced during the past week for North Carolina and Richmond County NORTH CAROLINA Killed in Action. Dwight Spencer, Durham Lt Fred McConnell, Concord Cpl James Hobbs, Marion Cpl Arthur Winters, Elk Park Cpl Fred Emhardt, Mt Pleasant Cpl Joseph Evans, Jalong Wm B Ross, Kannapolis John W Parker, Wingate Cpl John Bowman, Toledo Vance C. Shankle, Kannapolis Martin Stallings, Waxhaw Sgt Wm M Eatmon, Bailey Cpl Claude Sears, Rockingham Ralph Spencer, Fairfield Clyde Johnson, Winston, Marines Cpl Bruce Blevins, Goldsboro Earl James, Parmel James Bishop, Hayne Mechanic Benj. Brady, Hope Mills John Williams, Rosemary Henry Merrill, Gastonia , Robert Fair, Asheville Carl Pfaff, Winston Nelson Rayfield, Lexington Catarrh is a and Requires v Do Not Neglect It ! When -you use icedicated sprays, atomizers and douch as for your Ca tarrh, you may succeed In unstopping' the choked-up air passages for the time being, but this annoying condi tion returns,, and you have to do the came thing over and over' agahv ! Catarrh has never yet been cured ty these local applications. Hare you ever experienced any real benefit from such treatment! 1 1 k complete line of William Oxendine, Buies Randolph Pittman, Tarboro Sgt Miltcn Matthews, Angier Mechanic John McCoy, Statesville Ben L. Gatlin, Erect 1 Alton Jester, High Point Rowan Saunders, Wilkesboro Lt Robert Farmer, Anderson Cpl Jacob Currie, Enfield George Frady, Skyland John Grant, High Point Andrew Collins, Lakesville Carl W. Smith, China Grove Amos C. Lewis, Candor Cecil Outland, Tyner Walter West, Hope Mills Howard Wethington, Grifton Benj. Mashburn, Gay Cpl Youmans Weeks, Cedar Point Cpl Elmer Spencer, Salisbury Cpl Levi Butler, Tryon Cpl Hoyt Denny, Durham Cpl Roy Mclntyre, Altamahaw Edward L. Coggins, Marion Roy Bullyboy, Greensboro Lewis Fowler, Cardenas Lattie Thorpe, Charlotte Carl Jones, Kannapolis Joe Kington, Sandy Ridge Charles McGraw, Concord Walter Pruitt, Henderson Willie Barrett, Garysburg William Bratton, Charlotte George Sharp, New Hope O. M. Crutchfield, Sanford Henry Ellis, Wilson ' Crawford Lindsey, Joe Jess Cousin, Roxboro C A Cobb, Angier Rt 2 L C Branson, Bentonville Rt 1 Joe Farmer, Biltmore H. C. Garvin, White Rock Loyd Harris, Marshallberg1 Raymond Spivey, Sandford Oacar McCoy, Statesville ' Marvin Martin, Durham Will Weathers, China Grove Lonnie Welborn, Statesville DeWitt Williams, Grifton. G. R. Yexverton, Stantbnsburg Calvin Pitt Cobb, Pinetops ; Valley Carran, Fletcher v .Vigorous Treatment Throw these makeshift remedies ta the winds, and get on the right treat raent. i- Go to your drug" store! to-day; get a bottle of S. S. S- and commence a treatment that has been praised by sufferers for nearly half century. 8. Si 3. gets right at the source' of Catarrh; and forces1 from the blood the germs which cauae the disease. You can obtain special medical advice regarding your own ease without charge by writing to Medical; Spu-ec,; tor, 23 Swift Laboratory, Aant4Gr: regarding- your own ease without j Sgt Willie Underwood, Trinity " cpl John Whitley, Concord Albert Asycue, Alert Willard Clark, Chapel Hill George Overby, Macon Lt Warren G Davis, Wilmington Sgt John Troutman, Statesville Sgt Filmore Barnett, Heaton Sgt Charlie Morris, Concord Clefton Roark, Newland Charles Barnes, Rocky Mount Peter Davis, Williamston Robert Mabry, Henderson Thomas Jones, East Flat Rock -Emmett Hofler, Gatesville Victor Home, Franklin W T Thaggard, Cedar Creek Emmett Jenkins, Newbern Cpl Richard Walker, Littleton Walter B Hill, Albemarle Grover Wiggins, Goldsboro ' Died of Wounds. Lewis Battle, Battleboro Abner Williams, Old Trap Sgt. Flabis Felton, Charlotte Henry Brown, Rose Hill Claude R Davis, McFarlan Ed Simpson, Ruffin Isaac Webb, Mt Airy Sgt Robert Roach, Hayesville Charlie Dunlap, Steeds Henry Nance, Peachland Albert B Brafford, Goldston Cortelyou Collins, Biltmore Baxter Gurley. Union Mills Oliver Hodge, Sparta Sgt Douglas B Purcell, Maxton Cpl Ross Brooks, Spurgeon WmWBrickell. Halifax James Burris, Concord T C Carpenter, Hickory Sgt Charlie A Speas, Cana Douglass Pste, Wilmington Early Holyfield; Rusk Stephen Hawes, Belhaven Macon Cavanaugh, Rose Hill Claud Hayes, Whiteville Joe Elam, Statesville Benjamin Home, Wilson Don Anglin, Burnsville Hard Times Corder, Chinquapin William Dilliard, Sylva Herbert Green, Jackson Wesley Harrell, Colerain Leopold Houston, Winsor Joseph Holder, Severn John Moore, Cheraw, S C, Rt 1 Dennis Williams, Grifton Samuel Wilson, Scotland Neck Raymond Wright, Ivanhoe Isaac Pourch, Granite Falls Henry Stegall, Draper Arcy Odom, Bolton Sgt Charles Francis, Waynesville Charlie Humphrey, Roxboro Stuart Spivey, Tabor Hermon Wilson, Asheville Died of Disease. Charles Harrellson, Whiteville Atlas Boone, Garland G L Johnson, North Wilkesboro Henry Langley, PJinceton Charles Tentz, Salisbury Solomon Gray, Wilmington Filo Holman, Kings Creek Charles Shaver, Goldsboro Abe Spencer, Pee Dee Henry Thomas, Hartsville Walter L Beasley, Maxton Henry Raper, Kenly Dallas Rimmer, Hurdle Mills Wagoner Henry Sasser, Wadevile James Blakeney, Taxaham Fred Carpenter, Albemarle Dennis W Ward, Greensboro Lucian Ballance, Elizabeth City Charles Cheek, Winston Mallum Francks, Trenton Henry Andrews, Bethel Adam Elliott, Marion -Frank McFaddtm, Dallas Tazewell Morton, Oxford William Munford, Jacksonville Sgt John Price, Charlotte Arch McLeod, Eagle Springs Dave Neal, Fairfield Harvey Oxendine, Fairmount Henry Crowell, Monroe Joseph Holden, Selma Edward Price, Lattimore Peter A Spruill, Littleton Willie Tucket, Mt Pleasant R Highsmith, Williamston Wilbert Wellons, Selma Cpl David Thomason, Edward Cpl Wiley Webb, Macclesfield Wagoner T G Wall, Walnut Cove John Bridgman, Weldon Loftus Dickens, Littleton Lon Eason, Four Oaks Aftsi Your Baty Is Porn Think Now About the Tim to Com Afterward. TTben you hold In your arm your tiny new infant, b cure that you 'can feet that before Its arrival yon did all in your power to fire to It a happy pre-natal Influence. Scientists lay that ibe thought and feet Inge of the expectant mother reatlp affect the health and dlsporitMn of the future in fant For over half century thousands of worn, en who have used the time-honored rem. cdy, Mother's Friend, my that they entirely escaped nausea, nervousness and that pe culiar distressing feeling- so nsoal where na ture la unaided. They thus prewired a wonderfully br.iht and happy disposition, which reflects to markedly upon the unborn child. By the reenter toe of Mother's Friend the muide r mode and kept eot't and elastic to readily yield to nature's demand for e naiwkin without the nsuai wrencbinr strain. Toe Benree ere not drawn upon, end aa consequence the expectant mother I caun end serene end the nights ere not disturbed with nervous tw iitchings, eu e crisis m banolneas. . i . ;- ' V One or joy end nspol Write the Bredtfeli Brsd fl;-)d Reftitstof Company, Dept. K, I.smar Buiidlns, Atlanta , ueorsia. t women, end et botUe-of Mother's Friend t women, ad ta boiue of Mother's Friend VfiSLgOTiESte f -ir MacyBPerry7Raftrd,; - Robert Bowep, McAdansville Roy Justice, Hudson Loften Matthews, Angler K W Outlaw, Winnabow Henry Bullock, Bailey Claude Madison, Olin -Oscar Smith, Proximity Oliver Chappell, Winfall' Kelly Batte, Jacksonville Benj Corey, Ayden I E Small, Albemarle John Pender, Wilson L Reynolds, Scotland Neck James Holland, Nebo John T Parker, Sunbury Tom Phelps, Milton John P Cochran, Concord Galen Robinson, Atlantic William Gay, Fountain Walter Clark, Bolton George Cook, Elon College Alfred Johnson, Derita Rap Kirkpatrick, Bluff Ernest Maynard, Durham Charlie Terrell, Roxboro William White, Elizabeth City Cpl Frank Core, Charlotte Wagoner Carl Blake, Vass David Carter, Wilhelm David Crouse, Rock Creek William Haywood, Charlotte Golden Oxendine, Robertson Wounded in Action, Lt Preston Faison, Goldsboro Cpl John Hunfinger, Rutherfordton Arthur McDaniel, Forest City George Vaile, Pikeville Cass Hall, Wilmington Robert Wooten, Clarkton Roy Stanley, Elizabeth City Cpl Robert Waldrop, Sylva Sgt Edwin Ayers, Charlotte Cpl Charles Boger, Greensboro Alvie N Graves, Ellerbe Wm McLamb, Newton Grove Robert G Mims, West End Cpl Cristo Rongotes, Wilmington Thas A Wood, Salem Collie H Burns, Wadesboro Sgt John Hyder, Flat Rock Wagoner Roger Smith, Atkinson George Brown, Shulls Mills Cpl Lewis Paschall, Manson Dexter Earp, Matthews Emory Rouse, La Grange Willie Hargis, Roxboro C E Glenn, Black Mountain Cpl R E Spruill, Elizabeth City Cpl Elliott White, Middlesex Robert Cochran, Reidsville R L Goff, Fountain Prentis Wilson, Eagle Springs James C Starnes, Albemarle Jas B Chapman, Taylorsville Alex Edwards. Raleigh Frank Fields, Elm City . . . Office Dail, Snow Hill Lee Bowen, Henderson Horace Huffman, Reepsville Maben K Jones, Si'.er Harvey English, Horseshoe Colin Hollowell, Hobbsville Roy Arrowood, Leicester Gentry Ballard, Cumberland Eugene Foster, Reidsville Cpl Frank Jenkins, Lattimore Leonard Lambert, Mt Pleasant Weldon Willis, Marion Cpl Robley Killian, Lenoir Graham Allen, Kings Mt John Hartis, Charlotte Frank Stamey, Canton John Bostick, Rockingham Stokes McKinney, Spear Henry Hassel, Cresswell Sgt George Holland, Selma George Overby, Snow Hill Irvin Walker, Barco Died of Accident And Other Causes. Frank R Willett, Bear Creek Lt Orin Sigmon, Hickory Herbert McKoy, Shaken Missing in Action. Frank Reece, Franklin Joe Davis, Scotland Neck Brown Buchanan, Hawk Duther Giffith, Reidsville Theodore Freeman, Concord Lt Hargrove Bellamy, Wilmington Cpl Reggie Auman, Asheboro Eazor F Brown, Seagrove Donnie Gobwin, McCullers Samuel Pyatt, Nealsville Harrison Mangum, Monroe John Holmsley, Lincolnton Oscar Nelson, Patterson Robert Fowler, Simpsonville Russell Gregory, Topton Joseph Matthews, Angier Allen McDonald, Grand View Samuel Paysour, Lincolnton Emmett Smith, Heaton Walter McKnight, Salisbury Hiram Sprouse, Mooresboro Cpl Wm Daniels, Elk Park John Simpson, Reidsville Willie W Wicker, Sandford Alfred Adams, Elon College Thereon Simpson, Waxhaw William Perry, Durham , Cpl Calmer Clemmons, Supply Cpl T C Johnson, Smithfield Cpl C W Coleman, Mt Airy Cpl Carl Dickerson, Smithfield Cpl E J Aiggine, Newbern H E Crawford, Whaley G W Murphy, Mills Spray Rt 1 C E Snellgrove, Red Springs Rt 2 L M Moore, Hendersonville Ace H Moricle; Reidsville T J Shaw, Wake Forest William. Brady, Newberlin John Kirby. Hudson .1 John Sparks; Green Mountain ,; . f whiteforfl Tomoitn. Monroe- iGx ShteldvHunterstf m - " r,- ,:t ., Whiteford Tombltn. Monroe-. Henry P Russell,-Concord Cpl C W Robertson, Vt Airy Cpl Edward Whitaker, Nashville John H Monroe, Concord William Swank, Wilson John McCuUock, Pleasaht Garden Cpl Willie Linker, Concord Walter B Cash, Charlotte Lonzy Faircloth, Autryville Charlee Fields, Benson John W Thompson, Charlotte French Lady Writes. Mrs. John W. Phillips last week receiv ed a letter from a French lady, regarding her son, John Harry Phillips. He volun teered in August, 1916, and is in Bakery Company 327, A. P. O. 791. "16 October, 1918. Madame: At the bakery that is near my home, I have known your son Harry. I am happy to say at you that he is in good health. When he is free he comes at home; he is quite kind, my parents and me. We love Harry very much; often he speaks at us of his parents that he loves very much. Harry learns the English at me, and I learn the French at him; he begins to speak very well. Goodbye, Madame. Respectfully, Margueritte Sauasin, 30 Rue de Longvie, Dijohn" Kirk Williams Writes. "November, 4th, 1918. Somewhere in France. Dear Editon- This is a beautiful country, nice farms and roads. The horses are as big as elephants. I have been through the Hindenburg drive and seven battles after that and we gave the Huns a smashing blow. Am at present in a rest camp and if given another shot at those brutes will sure give them all they deserve. I am sure proud to be over here fighting for Old Glory and I would not exchange my place for anything until this war is all over with and we have everlasting peace thereafter. Corporal Curtis Williams, Co. L, 119th Inf. American E. F. France." ObituaryPeter Grant On the third day of Nov. of this year, our hearts were made sad because of the death of our Father, Peter T. Grant. He was in his sixty-third year. This was the passing of a life of more than ordinary interest. Being beset with many stuggles and battles and crowned with many victories, it ended in a victor ious peace through Christ Jesus, his Sav iour. He was possessed by nature of the strong, fine qualities of noble man-hood, He used those qualities always for good and with a generous heart He loved truth and righteousness. He made strong friends and held them. His sufferings were long and very severe. His courage and resignation were beautiful and triumphant He will be creatly missed, but he has laid down his life's work here for a re' ward in Heaven. "Precious in the Sight of the Lord is the death of his baints. A wife and six children, one sister and one brother survive him. May Uods blessings rest upon us all, that we may meet him in Heaven. His Children. : Sfella-Vitae THE GUARANTEED TONIC FOR WOMEN Stella-Vltae has been in snccess- ful useinthetreatmentof tbosediseases peculiar to women for more than a third of a century. For nearly ten years it has been sold under a plain, positive guarantee to benefit. Less than one Dot tle out of every one thousand sold has been refunded for, and every claim for a refund has been satisfied. Thousands 01 letters lite this praising Stella-Vltae and telling of benefit to suffering women have been received. nrs. E, n. Russell, or Mill springs, N. C.) gratefully writes us as follows: "I was in a most wretched condi tion; had palpitation of the heart and would swell and bloat in a most distressing way. When I began using Stella-Vitae I weighed 108 pounds. Now I weigh 135. ' am more thankful than lean ever tell you for the great good this won derful medicine has done me." Mrs Russell was at that critical period, the "cliange," and her sincere gratitude for the blessed relief will be understood and appreciated by every woman who reads her letter. Stella-Vitas has proved a boon to suffering romanhood, to young girls approaching their first vital period, to women approaching the anguish of childbirth, to women approaching the "change of life." Ste.la-Vltae strength ens the female organs and promotes regularity in the monthly function. No risk of loss is taken by any suf fering woman who tries Stella-Vitae on our guarantee of the first bottle. ail dealers sell Stella-Vltae and will return your money if it does not bene us you. Jjonn pus on a inai. , S. Biggs Druggist. See me if you want to buy ,, a good Ford Hervey B. Coppedge. Fills & County Steeles's Mills. (Contributed) Mr. J. H. Huggins moved back to Cordova last week from Mc- CalI,S. C. Mr. Less Morse, a splendid weaver, moved from near Cor dova last week to Entwisle. Soldier Lacy Lampley, of Cor dova, spent a few very precious hours with his relatives and many mends on last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Lampley has been in training at Camp Jackson for perhaps two months. It is a glorious impossibility to find, now, at Cordova a single case of that mad, angry disease, the flu. Mr. H. T. Wallace, the assist ant Superintendent of Steele s Mills, is on his job. Since he has been Superintendent, he' has made a general clean-up around the mills. One would hardly know the place. ' Steele's Mills Baptist church is going to give her part of the Mill ion Dollars for Christian Educat ion. The abundance of fresh meat and scarcity of sickness at Cor dova make us rank strangers, and almost enemies, to pessimism. Door Keeper of House. Col. M. W. Hines, champion of the Woodrow Wilson brand of Democracy, will be a candidate for the position of door-keeper of the House. $10.00 all wool ladies' sweaters, all shades, for $5.98 at Arenson's. Ford in first-class condition for sale. Hervey B. Coppedge. WILLIAM 1 DUNCAN I The Strong Mu of the Screen." THE serial star ex traordinary who risks life and limb time and time again in the greatest VITAGRAPH serial "A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS' See every episode et the This Serial Begins at The Star Theatre Saturday, Dec. 7th. A Hot Western in IS Installments. Land Posted. Notice is hereby given that the , lands of W. H. and W. T. Dabbs are posted according to law, and persons are forbidden under pen-. alty of the law from hunting or in any way trespassing upon said lands, situate in Wolf Pit town ship. - , - This) Nov. 23, 1918. 1 W.H.andW.T. Dabbs! 1 A wonderful line of the famous hand-tailored Griffon Brand suits, all colors and shades, sale prices at Arenson's.