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Break the old laws and go right on making the new ones, la one kind of political philosophy. Dangerous Man. The most dangerous man is he who Is IVjirh'ss JUKI foolish ot the slum Can One. Two can’t live ns cheaply as one, but one can live as cheaply ns one has the strength of will power to. Reindeer in U. S. An attempt is being made to raise reindeer on a commercial scale In the United States. An interesting ; .ft in connection with the introduction in Rosemary of the celebratedprcscription of Dr. H. S. Thacher was disclosed today when it was learned that local agents are distri buting a limited number of free samp’cs ■ 'ir. Thacher’a Liver and Blood S ' u > among those who are sutforin ■ fmm Indigeslin Stomach, Troubles, Rheumatism, Sick Head aches, T-upid Liver, Rains in Back, Loss ot Sleep Impure Bit od. Loss .u Woig't IM: u !.■ > • of Appe tite. Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Con Sweats, Breat!., Sum Eruptions, -Tired-Run down Feeing. or who need a genera! s*. r-’igth building tonic. In making known the intention of j the Thacher Laboratories to give a j limited number of free imp!, s th:. valuable medicine to men. men ; i .. . • . or i... s eornpao; :•!# i ? \N SAFE. - 1. i ■ i: I iv-.-r and Blood j S. • m s a ■ , to be confounded with j t . patent tnedi. -i \ This j g; ■ . ompose i mb..' o.' rnodi- | ‘.'in.. r ■ ' i -ng rev-gnized for | !i eir >• - vcis in ; vcicoming j t >• < sed ' improper j or. s! -main and bowels a id t!:e impurities that 1 p •s nv ,| ti umy.i* proof of the, me: c ■ iebrat 1 t >nic of Dr. Thach s s n •£ only tiu-ough n.xhuus-! i' • ami!>.■•■is < the Corniular and; lnborat- ry tests, but through results ; ovei poind of many years, still it is our; desire to further demonstrate to the People of this s. cl ion f hat Dr Inaeb. cr’s Liver and Bio d ,';up is some thing entirely different from the eom monrdaco remedies. “To accomplish this, we are willing | to b-ar li e expense of proving the extraordinary powers of I)r. Thach-1 or’s prescription, both by our ‘Money ; Back If It Doesn’t Help You’ guaran tee and by tht distribution of free samples of the medicine to a limited I number of local people." I Any one, who desires, may obtain | •ne . f these free samples, as long as i the supply lasts, by calling on the druggist i.u their own town who is the authorized agent for Dr. Thacher’s Liver and Blood Syrup and request ing one. Out-of-town people are advised that i if no Thaeher agent has yet been ap pointed in them town, then* < v n drug- • gist may secure the agency and sup ply them with Dr. fhacher’s Liver and Blood Syrup by applying to1 Thaeher Medicine Company, Chat tanooga, Tenn. In RosemaVy Dr. Thacher’s agent is Rosemary Drug Company. In most cases it is the leading druggist in every town. DR. II. S. THACKER Great Medicine Sold On Money Back Guarantee "Dr. Thacher’s Liver and Blood . /nip has been found to possess such !. ! •a qualities as a family in- dicine that it is now being sold on a positive guarantee that if it does ' ;i -t bring relief, the purchase price '..ill be refunded. Positive instructions have been is sued by the Thacher Laboratories to all druggist to this effect. If no heniiit is leeeivcdhy any one suffering ■ 'm .mach Troubles . Indigestion immli.-m, Nick Headaches, Tor-1 pit! Live-. P- in the Back, Loss of Si', i, i!tipun Blood, Loss of Weight, i i' usi • s . Lo.-s of Appetite , Dizzi (; : <‘.a i i Tongue, Constipation, Night . .'.eats. Shortness of Breath, .kin Lrupiions, Tired-Rundown) Feeling, or those who feel the need of a general strength-builder tonic, Lie purchase price is to be returned without question. 1 A DRAWN GAME By H. IRVINQ KINQ (®. 1938, by McClurb Norapfcpcr Syndicate.) 14 a ?<JD I’ll never speak to you agatyt” a\ concluded Ethel, to which John replied: “Very well,” and went on felt way. This was the conclusion of one 9t those little atmospheric disturbances known as “lovers’ quarrels.’’ They had Just drifted Into It—as sometimes hap pens. When they came to think It. over afterward neither of them could tell Just exactly how It started or Just what they bad been quarreling about; bat each was sure that the other had been In the wrong. Why two young people as sincerely In love with each other as Ethel Barnes and John Warland should quar rel In this absurd manner It Is hard to say. Of course Ethel and John were very miserable after they had thus parted In anger. And Just how obstinate they were, too, you can Imagine—how de termined each was that the other should “speak first.” That there was to be no more speaking between them did not enter the heads of either party to the disturbance. Ethel and John were two obstinate young people. The fact that they were much in love with each other predicated the final yielding of one of them. Among the other desperate things that Ethel did In the disturb ance of mind caused by her quarrel with John was to buy a small car—or rather she persuaded her father to buy one for her—and to learn to drive It, after a fashion. At this stage of the game Hanry Benson came Into It. He and Ethel were old schoolmates, and she fre quently gave him rides In her car. And such was Harry’s admiration for Ethel that he was willing to risk life and limb for the privilege of sitting beside her while she did weird things with the steering wheel of the machine. It is just possible that Ethel figured that seeing Harry en sconced in the car by her side would make John jealotis. as a matter of fact, It did make John Jealous; so Jealous that, fully recognizing Harry’s peril, he did not In the least care what happened to him. He hoped, however, that, !n Hie Impending smashup, whenever It should take place, Ethel would not bo hurt. Yes, he told himself. In spite of j Hie manner in which she had treated him, he sincerely hoped she would es cape unhurt. If Harry Bopson only know anything about drlvfpg a ma chine now, he thought, It would be dif ferent ; lie would not "have worried so much. But Harry did not know, and Ethel’s driving was certainly far from that of an expert. As a matter of fact, had Harry been the best driver In the world, John would still have been disturbed at seeing him In the ear with Ethel. John had a machine of his own In which, before their "Harelip,’’ he nn/d Ethel had had many long and pleasant rides together, and he pevor took his seat In It now with out sighing. That machine was filled with memories which would not be slle it. S >metimes It seemed to John as If evei y noise Its engine imwle kept re pen Ing over and over agnln. "Ethel, Eth 1." One day. In an unfrequented hlgl way, John, rolling nVmg In his se Usefjl Living Room Suites > When choosing our L iving Room Furniture for your approval, we use the upmoSt care to insure it being practical as well as beautiful. Carefnl construction from the best matctials brings to you Furniture that will stand the wear of constant use, yet keep its good appearance. Our Stock of furniture of every description has never been more complete. No mat tet whether you need an entire new suit of furniture, or an odd piece, such as a table or chair, we have it in stock on our floors at very reasonable prices. Our Stock of rugs is unusually attractive, presenting a wide variety of p Items and de signs in many different grades for your approval. B. S. WEBB. Exclusive Furniture Dealer Roanoke Rapids, N. C, dah, came In sight oF’EtheFs car "fiov® to In distress. Something had gone wrong with it, and Harry aud its fair owner were fussing about vainly tryr Ing to set It right. John hesitated, •topping, got Out and. addressing Harry, said: “What's the matter? Can I help yon?*’ Ethel turned her hack and gazed •t the distant horizon while narry answered: “I don’t know, the blamed thing won’t go. somehow." John dis covered at once what was the mat ter. did a few things with the mechanism of the car and had it work ing In a Jiffy. Then he entered his own machine and drove off. never once looking hack at Ether, whom he had ignored wholly In the proceedings. Ethel was grievously disappointed that John had not attempted to speak to her. Also she was extremely angry, and all the way home rated poor Harry for his ignorance of automo biles and his general Inefficiency. She declared that she would never let him ride In her car again. She did let him ride with her again, however, and the very next time she did so the long-expected happened. Ethel’s car took on a skittish mood, evinced a disposition to climb telegraph polos. Jump fences, and otherwise displayed an exuhprnnee of spirits quite Incon sistent with the safety-first idea. John, coming down the road in his sed-an, saw the car lying in the roadside ditch, while Harry hung limply over a neigh boring fence and Ethel was crawling In a damaged condition from beneath the wreck. TTe stepped on Tils gas; the sedan fairly jumped to the scene of the dis aster; he stopped with a suddenness which nearly wrecked his machine, sprang out and ran toward her; she looked up and saw him. “Oh, John!” “Oh, Ethel I” they cried simultaneously. Ethel and Harry had been pretty badly shaken up, hut neither of them was seriously Injured. John took them homo in his car. of course. He and Ethel were married shortly after ward. hut to this day It has never been decided which spoke first. Fortunately, they have igreed not 4o dlsctns the (juection. Modish Tailored Frocks One excellent reason for the popu larity of cloth utility frocks appears •In the picture above. This smart mod el presents the advantages of a mili tary collar, bell sleeves and braid em broidery. The skirt has a box plait down the front and reveals a narrow inset of satin, In a contrasting color, at the sides, emphasized by rows of small buttons and satin faces the col lar, sleeves and rerers. His Long-Neglected Task. Nexdore—Heavens ! Is your house aflre? , , 4 Naybor—Don’t be alarmed. -Just sent for the department to come and water the plants, that’s all. My wife will be home tomorrow. --- I Crepe Again for Children Wool crepe and silk crepe, too. are popular fabrics for little girls’ dresses. And sometimes the two are combined as in the little frock Illustrated, where a light-colored bodice Is set on to a darker skirt. Little buttons, placed In croups and a braided sash finish It. 1 In the Tailored Mode I Brief and brilliant is the story of this distinctive fall suit. It is strictly in the mode with its plain, straljrhl skirt and its box coat, worn e ■ blouse of vivid printed silk. Ti an individual touch in the phi!' Ho ohtnp collar and tie of r Pretty Utility Blouses Severity in tailored things lias ap parently made its exit. Even In blouses, soft and lustrous crepes, touches of embroidery and lnce, and easy, gracious lines, make the utility garment a bit frivolous and distinctly feminine. The model shown here is an example with Its little lace chem isette, its pipings, girdle and simulat ed pockets of brown satin—the last touched up with silk and tinsel em broidery. Must you start anew to save for a home? Think of the sacrifices y.ou made in or der to save enough to build a home. If fire should destroy your home tomorrow would it mean that you must begin econo mizing and saving all over again ?. 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