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GLADJOTESTIFY
Sy$ WatojASd "As To Wat
Cardui llu Done For Me, So
A 'k Help Others."
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grading tobacco. Well, I know you
Watoga,W4Va.-Mrs.S.W.Gladwen, wam tQ hurry up and get ieady for
ot this town, saya "Whe: About 15 years tha market the pl,lces ure s0 g00(i
FROM A SOLDIER
A letter from Mr. Walter Blalock'
somewhere In France, to his sisur;
October 12, 1918.
Dear Sister: Wonder what you
and Emmett are doing today. I
guess you are all picking cotton or
"1)
Mask Against Influenza
ot age, 1 suffered gn
would go a month
. Sometimes
and 1 had
this fall. I am glad to know they
terrible headache, bacRachd, and bearing-
rats. Honestly there are some m
these trenches old enough tor cap
tains. 1 expect to meet one any time
with two silver bars pinned on liW
shoulder, Sergeant killed one last
night as large as an ordinary cat.
The rats are all that bother us here.
are, too. .
T J11 ...nil ,I,rtl tit MlO
. . j u .4 j am sun wen aim numua
own pains, ami wumu jusi uiag aim .ii vrv
Md no appetite. Then ... it would last ,90ine d ob' No Idolug.v
...... , .. ..,o,!n 'much either, except playing with the
, . iwu wccks, aim waa nnuusi
ind my health was awful. .
My mother bought me a bottle ol
Cav'dui, and I began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I
took three ... 1 gained, and was well
ind strong, and I owe it all to Cardui.
1 am married now and have 3 children
, .. Have never had to have a doctor for and they are sure to keep us awake
female trouble, and Just resort to Cardui at night on post
if 1 need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
athers."
If you are nervous or weak, have head
aches, backaches, or any ot the other
lilments so common to women, why not
jive Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. It may
it the very medicine you need.
NC-130
RHEUMOTIC PAINS
Quickly Eased By Penetrating
Hamlin's V.'zard Oil
A safe and harmless preparation
to relieve the pains of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lame Hack ami Lumbago is
Hamlin's Wizard Oil It penetrates
quicklv, drive-, out soreness, and
limber's up still aching joints and
muscles
You will find almost dailv uses for
it in cases of sudden mishaps or ac
cidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stings. )ust as re
liable, too, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back
Ever tonstipatcd or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, JO
cents. Guaranteed.
Annie, 1 received your letter or
.Sept. tith last week Willi several oth
ers. 1 have ulreudy written papa
and am now answering yours and
Knunet's together.
1 wonder if you recognize this pa
per. 1 ruined the enevlope opening
the letter. I received some station
ery from pa the saine day. You all
need not bother to send me station
iv v. 1 can get pienly of it right
here.
Well, what do you think about the
war now? I think it is about over
You may prepare Xmas dinner for
me for I am cotnin:; after it. It nia
'get a little bit cold before I get there,
but I am coming pretty soon after
wards anyway.. He sure and save
me sour' of those pear preserves. I
could eat a quart now. I would
give a pocket full of this French
iii'.u!'',v for one quart jar of them.
1 bud a letter from old Hans last
week. 1 guess he is having some
time around Camp Jackson. Well,
he is in heaven if he just knew it.
I know, I've been there.
I guess you all will make lots of
money this year if prices stay up, am
sure Mallie will make lots off my
crop. Well, he Is welcome to it.
How is pupa getting along with
WKAK MKN Write us for our his crop? ('tin he hire any cotlon
wonderful remedy for lost man- picked? Tell him not to pick it hlra
hood and vital losses. Restores self. How are the good old women
quickly; never fails. Costs noth- setting along this time? Tell them
iug if not cured. Hook free. Cum- hello, and to write me sometime. 1
berland Chemical Company, Ber- write one for all when I write home
ry Block, I'nshville. Tenu. to jaave writing so often. Is Miss Sa-
4, (' S. 12 14. 16, Is, 20, ran Jones nieumai win any ut-urr
15 OS, 30. ,s M'ss Valley as busy as ever? Tell
As a means of preventing tlie spread of influenza the North
Carolina State Board of Health strongly urges that doctors,
nurses and others attending patients sick with this disease wear
a mask over the mouth and nose. The manner of wearing is
ihown in the above picture. The mask should he made accord
ing to Ked Cross directions, in size about eight by. five inches,
consisting of four layers of line mesh gauze, or buttercloth. Do
not use coarse mesh gauze, as experiments have shown that pro
tection is not given even when as many as eight layers of the
coarse mesh are used. The mask may be sterilized by placing
in boiling water for a few minutes and used over and over again.
Tha same side should always be worn next the face and for this
purpose one side should be marked, say with a blacky thread.
The precaution is simple, costs almost nothing, and is most
effect've. PLACE A MASK OVER YOUR MOUTH AND
NOSE AND UK LP TUB SICK OF YOUR COMMUNITY,
CARHFI LLY WASHING YOUR HANDS AFTER ATTEND
10 EACH Pi:i:S )N. INT DOING THIS THE CHANCES OJT
INFECTION ARE PRACTICALLY NONE.
-' ' " " ' -
nyj Rfw
mwM k
her to rest up some until 1 get bacKl
then we will visit some.
I must close this time. With lovo
xoth'H cross workki.s
On account, of the inliuen.a epi
demic the Red Cros allot meiils h tve
and best wishes to you and all the accumulated until in spite or i he
rest, I remain as ever. fact that about ten days ago we
Walter II Hlalock. shipped five boxes, we are now w..rk
V S-Jin. is si ill in the Co. and i"K following Surgical Dr. -gel,
iug along line. One or the oth-'E 510 cotton pads, refugee c n-
of us ge, mail from around home. "" '"-'
eai lv everv day. S',er WN'ks !MJ' B,ovc'8 t0 m
:i)ieii(l"d ,0110 pair, linen shower 1,-
i
pieces, property bags 10J, jun
iois 40.
WO LAMPS
A Rayo Reflection
When your boy conies back let
the bririht radiance of your smile
and the cheery p.-esem e of the
Rayo Lamp reiiict your wel
come. Its generous soit glow without
flicker or glare - ji't vi s light
wherever needed. ! a t for all
fine work-can't strain the eyes.
Rgyo Lamps are bimply deniAncd-port-ablc-no
trouble to liiiM, clean or re
wick -economical to buy mid to use.
Alnddin Security Oil (Jives belt results.
Ask to see the Kayo t year deuler's
STANDARD Oil. COMPANY
Nts 1. v
Btflliuior., .-1J.
Waihington. U. C. ' Xl'te, N C.
Noridk. V ( ; ' " ''.
KichMond, Vs. i.aneun. b v.
r
lra( Kl H AKIS OVUK
i.M'KKMon ;kkma sinrs
j Save furnace coal Spring and fall
by using Cole's Air Tight Wood
Slove. It holds tin? Hie all night.
Iteunos Ayres, Nov. 5. The Ar
.o
gentine governiii -ni has placed
guard over three interned
vessels at Pah la Blanco.
The ves.-els (tie '' ydlitz
villa and (be Pfagonia.
The work room will be open Tu ;s
dav 'iiorniiur. As you sen there is
a a meat, variety of work. Come
nil
Herman '"''l' kind you like, imt be
sure to conn1. We need you.
S,- Mrs. W. T. Clark.
Director of W'oi.i '.n's Wo k.
su i: ov
NOTICH
l'KKSONAL PROPERTY
I (ii l-'riday, November the 15th,
1 9 is at the residence of the late
Clarence Hoyette, it being the homo
of Mrs. Martha Boyette, at U.vJ
O'clock p. m., I will sell to the high
est bidder for caah. one bay horsa,
one open buggy and harness; also
one mowing machine.
This, October 23, 1918.
D. L. FLOWERS.
Administrator ot Clarence Boyette.
O. P. Dickinson, Attorney.
O-23-lt-a kw for 4 wks.
WE
are
NEW
GOODS
f 1
1 SfwejWP-
JUST RECEIVE
is,, a bp a 7
SHIPfWENT
OF
COAT
CLOAKS
We Sell STROU
, Higfi Art Clothing
For Men and Young Men
PRE1S CLOT
See OUP Mne O, Heavy Underwear, Swea.ers
Overalls and Work Shirts
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SELLING GOOD SHOES
9- WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON ANY THING IN THE DRY GOODS LINE
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WILSON, N. C.
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