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Tlie Griefs of
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
. 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
PHONE 241.
Our wonderfully moderate prices will keep your pantry
and pocket full at the same time.
Also we have a
Don't fail to visit our store.
H. A. Page, Jr.
Weekly Casualties Review.
Killed, Wounded, Prisoners and
Mining as officially announced
during the past week for North
Carolina and Richmond County
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
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
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
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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.
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,
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
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
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. :
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See me if you want to buy ,, a
good Ford Hervey B. Coppedge.
Fills & County
Steeles's Mills.
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.
The Strong Mu of the Screen."
THE serial star ex
traordinary who
risks life and limb time
and time again in the
See every episode et the
This Serial Begins at
The Star Theatre
Saturday, Dec. 7th.
A Hot Western in IS Installments.
Land Posted.
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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.
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all colors and shades, sale prices
at Arenson's.

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