The Herald-Sun from Durham, North Carolina on August 6, 1918 · 6
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The Herald-Sun from Durham, North Carolina · 6

Durham, North Carolina
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Tuesday, August 6, 1918
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W-to r-v VV 'f V'Uk rvaMviM p U iK THK MORNING HERALD TUESDAY AUG ft 191ft rAGKBix: MStm I f ii- 1FJ TtT n v Thorn wlio have w-nt in applications must take obligation before Wednesday to join for fdOO Wait and it will coat Jjfti Come ami take your obligation r f t t ' t ' CHARTER CLOSES WEDNESDAY AU6 7 Thom being obligated after that dute will - - - -s ( ii n m mtm t i i— rT i i have to pay ij25 admission fee ' DEPUTY DISTRICT SUPERVISOR Office Moose Rooms i i £ : Jr Temple UalEUnj:‘ -- Mr-liivProve m v o v v 4 fc IV A f i t 1 ? v'-i I - ACT-HOW AND SAVE $19 Thoad whoa cnpplicutHins are filed before the ehartcr closes ar cchisscd as -v ' ' ? CHARTER MEMBERS and rui join for six dollars After the charter closes all applicants arc charged £! as an entrance fee tints making it quite profitable to you to get your application in at once The only dues that you are asked to pay is $100 each month and - ' N OASSESSMENTS (let busy and rotnc and take your obligation Those being obligated after tliut date jrill have tyimr fitfOO admisijiqp fee Join r - -Xow and save 1(11901 ' w COMPULSORY LAW Will Go Into Effect With the Opening of County Schools TEACHER IS ELECTED law specific that il dill go ni effect with til otiening of th arhoou unless the boutl otherwise ord era The compulsory school law require Owl 11 cbildna bolwaou eight am nwrteMi years of act aball an mm school for at least fuir months Par cat who fail lo comply wild Lha law an Ifabla to Indict rant Th board alao derided to claet Mia Jan Bmriaad of Henderson N d at domestic science tnatrwrtnr for tw Lowe's Cron tana Ufa achool Ms Rowland'a application to tho boom was attended by a number of apienair recommendations CarrfBRtoB wai Uw first member go Hr left tha city with Company M Mr Will Rocrra waa drafter aevara months ago The atora will be plaead la char of Dr K K I Skinner of Wait Dai ham who tor a number of years ha been druaiat for the Thomas drq atora In West Durham Tba atkts compulsory school law wilt go into effect oe the day of opua I nit for eoanty sdoonis the cuanty board of edorailoa decided while If semkHi yesterday morning It pas years tho beard has h i dates fnr tb law to go lain effect This year bow ever mihrra of tho board decider lo let the law take Us coarse The CARRINGTON-ROGERS STORE IS SOLD Sale of tba Carrfnfftoa W Rouen Una Company to W 11 Hester arai do knows yesterday The sal was made hr members of I be firm owing lo tho fact that all throe o then wnera ban ben called to tar colors Mr Ralph Rogera the bun-member of the Arm to be called wit leave within s few days Ms Cheatham ORGANIZE CLASSES POR INSTITUTE Classes wen organised and wort outlined at tba lint seen Ion of ttu Dnrbam county Indian InslUuio a Has ion yesterday morning from I t 1 o'clock lo tho Dent Durham actioa building The loathute opened wit more than S2 teuebera In attendance Prof C W Massey Prof K t Brooks and Prof Holland Holton wru Ul ba In rhaiga of tho htstltate wen present They organ lied tho els was for each lastroetor sad outllaid the program of work Tha lnatltale lo ho lo pcogesm iturlag thwmotitp of August with sessions Are days la each week No sessions will be bek so Saturday To Meet at Shiloh Church Next Year Was Decision Reached HAD FINE PROGRAM Voting to hold In next oMnctatlor at tbo Shiloh church ibo Lower Coon ty Ltaa Primitive aHpttst Aneoria tlot cams to a clone yesterday altar noon at 1 o'clock LhM night tbo as social km grands wore cleared of at visitors aad pnveilenlly aff of the vis Ming rbtara had departed for tbei Largacrowda again featured tha as aoelatlon meetings ytatmday Tbi record crowd bowanr wu la sliced on Sunday whea mors thai 13 tWO people were aatlautad to ban at tended Nothing oecatnd daring ttu ultra assies! Ion to aur Us -lrnsa Benrleea conducted ffsaday wen largely attended and provad of aaaaua Interest Thropanlng sensos for today wu preached by KUar T ' a Lancaster It was followed with i sermon by Elder P W Keros for lowig an Intermlswkio of sac aad half hour Elder CabiM Denny lathe of Elder Denny of lilts cky presehaa The Inal sermon of tha day SSI prsachrd by Elder L II Hardy Tha opening sermon ltosdsy wai prruhed by Elder W V Prullt at Reldsvllle w C Elder Oskrtat Dtaa preached tbo second sarmao aad th final sermon waa preached by EMri J W G ardner of Goldsboro Durham mem hers of tha Pnmlflv Baptist church lust eight npressei grrat sallstaetUm at the auroeas of in smodalioo Tho crowd they dedsiw for service wu much burner thu ha been expected owing to the bigs urn her of young turn who ban Ian la section to so ter tha army I ANTITYPHOID BRANCHES OPEN '1 h of tha sail typhoid campayp win' ha opened la Went Durham m allernooa from y lo I o'clock In ihi aid postnfllce building Another hraari will ba opened Thursday from 1 to t o'clock In the Erwin bonding la Kui Durham A branch Is being cnadUded In (hi library building In Ifaytl by Jutm Latla lha colored dislrlet asrse Ai of tha anil typhoid headuuarlAiio ar making romarkible verords Dr Arc-Cheathnm aoperlntwideat of hwlii announced yesterday CRATES FOR DOGS HAVE ARRIVED Crates for tlm It patriotic doo d this city who will narrMra I heir lives la order that the wot may be wage M a maw aweeeaaful conclaiou a tired hi tha city yesterday allaraom Secretary- K Burkl Hohgnos'of ifet eahmbar of cons morsel who wu ekllec upu to get volsatocr dogs wu pres rated wit biht IXih aalmal by a termer who lirowht hts dog severs niWia la order that ha might volant eer Pradtng n turn of Chief J M Pet derginst who la aselsUag la the dor gathering Mr Hobgood will tad h accessary to board the Iflk dug CITIZENS ENGAGE IN CHAIN FIGHT t’nusul ucHomeat wu created at the Intersect tun of Ms is sad Chirm si m4s abut p o'clock last Bight when Tom Itigabra and L P liuel well knows eilifsaa and' brothaHn-lan engaged In aa affray According to Patrol insa B W IDiai'pe who sapocatad Urn two man Hurt walked up tu Rigs he aad si rock bint across tha Isos whit a chain lie made some at are meat about Higsbe going "down home and talking (bout him Wurps aaM Rigahea according to tho offleor track at It sod The two men wen plaead aadaa III bond tor appearance In ooart this maralag Bringing Up Father - m 3 y v J J V wfc By George McManus T KLRJI FiT Are you Thrifty f If you are not thrifty you are unfair to your government and also to voursdf If you arc thrifty yo uare giving your government a great assistance and you are also fair to yourself f -KvipA '(iIS None of us desire to be unfair to our government or to ourselves - Let us help you to be thrifty "Why not take advantage of our Cash and Delivery plan and be thrifty If you buy your groceries hero you can get the best quality groceries aud tho best service for less money Yon can buy your Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps with the money saved on your grocery bill if you buy from us ” Thrift is most essential to winning this war therefore use our Cash and Delivery — ’ J 5 — '( m ds TELEPHONES 886 b 1008— THE QUALITY SERVICE STORE EAST DURHAM WE HAVE THRIFT STAMPS ON SALE— BUYS YOURS HERE STANLEY & GREEN OJUl WQII

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