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THX KOANOKX NEWS,
Thursday, Sept. 6, 1917.
PuMUbed Evary Tburidty.
RATES OF Sl'BSCRII’TKIN IN AUVAN( 1.
UDe Y«r, (by uiAil) (juMtpAiU, ILM).
QBTTINQ READY TO 00.
Troop train after troop traiti is
passinc through almost daily, tak
ing the boys lo the diiferent en
campments. Soon they will be
ready to go to the front. The
Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch says :
"In other days men set out with
' the Cross blazing on their breasts
to set free a sanctuary; today men jered to report to the
. set out in khaki to set free a world
and to make it safe for all the peo-
! pies. The Cross is not sewn on
The following is a list uf men or-
for military duty and fur transporta
tion to the Mobili/atiun Camp at
their tunics, but its purpose burns
A wMkijr Democniticioutinl JeToted I in iheir hearts; their rallying cry
h> til. m.teti.i. eauc.tiou.i. poiitio»i'no, (.a|| a(ouj ,hj Name, but
*od A(pieultur«l inttsreiiU of Halifai Aod
Advertiiioif imteii reMOoahie Koti fur>
aisbed oo applic«tioa.
A.WORD FOR MOTHERS
Itiia giave mituke for inoibcra to uev*
lect tbeir achea atxi paiut aod su/Ter m
•Uence—thii otUy leadt to chronic sick*
OCM and often sburt«tis life.
If TOur wurk tiriiij;; if your uervt>9 are
esdtable; if you fri‘l languid, weary or
dapret^, you should kaow that Scutt't
BmulvioQ ovtrcuijits justKucb cooditioDt.
It poHc»»es iu coDc«Dirated furtn the
very elementa to iavigurate the blood.
MreogtbcQ the ttMuea, oourisb the ucrvet
Md build atreagth.
Scott'a ia atreogtbeDiog tbouwuda of
W*b»ra~-*nd mil help you. No alcohol.
t«oa A Bawac. IkmafirtJ. S. j
Uphold the war for democracy
and make the Kaiser sore.
Rule oF conduct for the new
civilization: “Tell the truth and
shame the Kaiser."
Worldw ide democracy and the
habit of growing one's own garden
rruck are well worth while.
For Ughi summer reading the
*‘Unlted States Infantry Regula
tions" is Hnding many admirers.
What a prolific brood the father
of lies is leading around by the
hand in these busy days of strife
A peace is demanded that will
not create more treaties as mere
scrapes of paper to add fuel to the
Spain is having so many strikes
that it might as well get into the
war and fight somebody outside
It will be a terrible blow to Sen
ator Jim Reed, of Missouri, t(
have to ask Mr. Hoover to pass
It may be Mr Hoover's privi
lege to claim the gratitude of future
generations as the man who made
Pershing says that the war will
be won only by hard blows. And
Pershing is not speaking from
The Kaiser’s troops in the west
continue active. Their latest tri
umph is the Pall of the mighty St.
The allies have a navy ready
to meet Germany when she de
cides to substitute sea fighting for
Wisconsin patriots are plan
ning to fight a pro German plot
To this extent LaFolletteIsm is
bringing its own antidote.
There may be some opportuni
ties for Mr. Hoover to do some
neat detective work in discovering
who is the guilty middleman.
“It’s true Senator Vardaman
has long hair,” the Wilmington
Dispatch observes, “but the won
der is how he missed having long
ears.” He keeps iheni rubbed
shon by holding ihem to the ground
With all its faults, this is the
best country the world has ever
known, and whoever commits the
slightest acts of treason, should
face a firing squad at sunrise. Thiii
is the way to deal with traitors Mr
Wilson. Go after them.
Elihu Root, one of our great
est statesman, and in patriotism
second to none, says there are
men walking around this country,
plotting in the interest of Germa-
ny, and they should be shot with>
GUI delay. Senator Root is right,
the United States is too slow about
shooting its copperheads.
bugle and command will sound
and summon them to offer all For
the victory of good over evil. All
creeds and faiths, sects and denom
inations. are bound together in the
one great cause that must triumph
—the brotherhood of man, treed
from the oppression of kings—else
the Cross were a vain symbol oF
peace on earth.
So it is right that we who are to
stay at home shall gather together
and bid goodbye—“God be with
you’’—to ihe men who go to fight
our battles, the battle of mankind
against tyranny, of peace agamst
oppression, of peoples against
kings. They go to fight a holy
war and theirs is “the sign of tri
Has ft high Opinion of Chamber-
"I have a hiirh upiDioo uf i'haoiber-
laiD'tt Tablets for biliousnetiH and at> a
laxative," writea .Mra. i'- A. Baroes.
('harii>»tua, Hi. "i have aevtr fouod
auvthiD^ 80 mild aod pleanaot to une.
My brother haa ulau ut*ed theie tablets
with Hatiaractury rehulta "
When in doubt tell ihe truth.
Columbia, S. C.
LUOM COUNTY J
Fhtnk J. Cbeoey mahea oath that I •
iaatfttior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cbeaej & Co., doio^ buaioeaa in the eity
of Toledo, c'ountj and State aforeaaid,
and that aaid Arm will pay One Hun
dred Oollara for aaeh and every eaae of
Catarrh that CMnot be eured bj the
uae of Hall'fl Catarrh Medicine.
FRA^K J. CUEMSY,
fhron to before me and aubaeribed in
my preaenoe, tbia 6th day of December
A. D. 1886.
A. W. GLBASOM,
Hail'a Catarrh Cure is taken internal-
ly aad aeta directly npon the blood and
■naotta aurfeeea the ayatem.
r. J. CBSNET&CO.,
• *uril]rPnk«iR Oiartlntlni.
BEST AS TONIC
Plain, Highly Concentrated Nat
ural Iron Stronger and Con
tains No Habit Forming
Drug, Narcotic or
The use of just plai^, ordi
nary, natural iron, procurable
at any drug store under the trade
name of Acid iron Mineral, will
stimulate the digestion and appe
tite. and make any man rundown
and weak, stronger and more vig
orous before a dollar boiile is half
gone, and according to tests of 30
years, the absence of alcohol and
purgatives in this remarkable rem
edy makes it ideal as a nun-habit
forming tonic and blood purifier.
We are bound to notice an in
provcment shortly after taking
Acid Iron Mineral because it is
from two to si.x times stronger
than the usual chemically "pre
Being a natural, medicinal iron
with no narcotic, alcohol or laxa
tive added, .'\cid Iron Mineral may
be given freely to the whole family
for blood, kidneys and digestion
Be sure you gei the highly concen
trated iron. The trade-mark
"A-l-M” protects you. There can
be no danger of reaction, false
stimulation or of anyone forming
the habit. The more you use of
Acid Iron Mineral, the less you
If the bowels are normal, we
strongly advise against the use of
any remedy containing laxatives
but where one's bowels are slug
gish, the little A-l-M Tablets you
can get at the drug store for 25c.
are admirable little liver pills and
bowels regulators and wurk splen
didly in conjunciion with Acid Iron
All druggists have it, or send
direct to the Ferrodine Chemical
Corp., lioanoke, Va. $1 prepaid.
Sale for Taxes.
I will null Tor caHh to ttie tiivlieitt bid-
iler at the court houne dour iu the town
of Halifax, Monday, October 1, I9ir,
the I'oiluwing’ deacribeil laatU iu Halifix
TuwQHhip, for taxes tiue ;
.M- It. (lark, 1 towo lot IHI.'i-
Loum Kroehcii, I town Jot 17 ;>4
Mrs. A. .M. (iowao, acres,
HowerloD tract ».j.a7
(i. F. Hedgepeth, 2 town lota 2.20
J. L. Hedgepeth, 4 town lota 2.59
J. B. Walker, Jij3 acrea, Greflfory, 2:i.S7
Mra. Ma^ie Hlackoall, yo acrea
U. H. Hilliard, 378 acrea .11,99
Mra. J. A. Moore, y.gs
J. L. Barkley, 33 acrea
Fred Alezaoder, ao acrea, home
Annette Allen, (JO acrea, home
THOS T. BURNETT,
VIVIAN A. PARKS,
JOHN W. PERRY,
W'ASH. H. MOORE,
C. M. HARRISON,
JOHN T. HARRISON,
WM, H. KING,
HUGH H. HOUSE,
CLAUDE T. LIPSCOMli 1771
NAT. M HOCKADAY,
PERCY C. JOHNSO.-;,
Tbc Loxiaone Guaraitee:
//. mfltr uung tht conlattit
Two to One
Yes, Ma’am; and you don’t
have to take it for granted, either.
You can prove the first by taste,
and the second by arithmetic.
Buy a can of Luzianne. Use
half the quantity you ordinarily
would. If it doesn’t go farther
and taste better than other cotTee
at the price, tell the man who
sold it to you and he'll give you
back your money. Make no
mistake. Luzianne is great coffee
—exceeding great. Ask for
111 the bank is a strong foundation to build upon. Not all ol
us can be rich, but each ol u;» can better hts condition Sav
ing-*»teaJy and persistent-ill accomplish wonders.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
with us today with whatever amount you can spare; then
add to it as opportunity permits. A foundation for starting
business or a competence fur old axe will result.
Of Fall Goods
Wl: wish Id annaunie that we now have moat of our
Kail (loads already on display and thtu gooda were
buuxhl some time ago, with which wc are abU to oiler
at les> than they can today be bought, wa a>k you to;
gel our price belure making your purchase.
In town al from 2 to i dollars cheaper than city price*.
! have as pretty line of Shoes as were ever ahown :
We aKo have our Ladies Suits In all the latest cloth and
It it Is in Weldon It Is in our store Qet tha bablt.
make our store your headquarters when down town.
We both lose if you do not trade with us
Weldon^ N.C. ^
4-%/nterut m Sav/nos “ Capital *ZS,ooo.uo
COMPOUUDtD QoARTERLY - SUK PLUS *ZO,000.00
# M. FREID,
^ I ADIl-.S AND ( iliNT S OUTl'ITTtR,
^ WHLDON, N. C.
The Reily~Taylor Company, New Orleans
W£ST RALEIGH, N
Vii in?<titutivm wliere
of i*harftett*r, iMirr^
I skill f
al In luMrv; ( imI. M -i-l
1 !)li>Ptrii'ai !'!nv'iiu
E. B. OWEN, Rtglslrar
Iron Is Greatest of All Strength
Builders, Says Doctor
A Secret of the Great Endurance and Pawert of Athletes
TEACHERS’ TRAININC SCHOOL
A State school to train teachers for the public schools of North Car
olina. Hvery energy is directed to this one purpose. Tuition free to
all who agree to each. Hall Term begins Sept. 2ti, 1917.
Fur catalogue and other information address
ROBERT H. WRIQHT, President,
6 2141 GRttNVll.LU, N. C
The UininK Room should be a cheerful place,
for when you eat your meals amid pleasant
surroundings you do much to aid digestion.
And good digestion means health.
HAVE US FURNISH YOUR
The variety of designs in Tables, Chairs, Side
boards, China Closets, Serving Tables and the like,
is ample to satisfy your desires, whatever they
may be, in the matter of style, finish and price.
Come in and talk it over with us. We are as
eager to GIVE satisfaction as you are to receive it.
.unf?. I,'I rri'l" ^ „'’l “ i"."'"'' "h‘'ru'i" '.a ‘ *i
tru* •trtiiBth <1*11 only tome rrotn i; ! w,.r*v '
ROBERT H. WRIQHT, President, TTT 11
I Willey=Moore Co.! - weidon, n. c.
WioQeld Clark, 1 town lot
Will ClaotOD, 1 towD lot
Maggie Crowell 1 acre, home
Win Crowell, JUO acres, Pea Hill
Ctiaajr (Trowell, 3<i acres,
Walter Hunter, aeres,
Isaae Jobnaoo, 1 town lot
Jamot JohDtoo, Jr. 15 acrea, Ar-
Tom Lyoeh, 1^ aerea, home
J. W. Meaeben, SO acrea, Meacb-
^ en laad
Eddie Pieree. ao aerea, Wiliiama
Jane Pittman, 65 aerea, Aliep
Allex Robeaon, 1 town Jot
Andrew Bbearin, 9 aerea, Slaah,
Mariah Taylor. 99 araea, Slaahea,
Artbor Witliamaon, 1 aere.
Haaaett Wiliiama, 9 aeraa,
Sines, 1 town lot 6 s
D, J. MILUKIN,
Tax Oolleetor HaUCu Towoahip.
much >'uu hav« g«ln«d
alllDC all tht whiU
M. Cohen Drug Co
Weldon Uiua: Co
THE PURE FOOD STORE j DTCSS UD
) ) I t -> 1 w ' *
PMONK 2 2 I—2-2 2
VVelUun, North Carolina.
With the approach
of hot days you
want to know
Kool Klotk aail
Fall Beacli Suits
Hulled Mam:s, slked, per pound
kaw Mams, per puund
Jellied Ox rungue, pound
Chipped Heel, pound
Kingan's Best Bhluii
Brains and Beet Liver
Any part country Pork
Kound -Tenderloin -Sirloin
F. V. Hams
Armour’s Star Hams
Nice Country Hams
28 & 30i.
i^Q,uick Delivery. |
The Same as Used by Your Ancestors
Can be had to suit
you. In pinch backs
and regulars and in
Come to us first
FARBER & JOSEPHSON,
MEN’S AND BOYS’ OUTFITTERS.
WELDON. N. C.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVTGES
Moved from comer 7th and Elm Streeta
to Emry Buildin^r on Waabinfton Aye.,
Second Floor, Room to the rifht.
SUNDAY. 8etp.i9th, 11 A. M.
Bubjeet of ].eaaon Sermon:
Wedneaday eveniBK d:15—Te*ti*
The pablie cordially invited to attand
Refined Young; Ladies as
Between 10 and 35 jreara of ave;
grade education; salary paid while learn*
mg; rapid advancement: aplendid lur*
roundings: aicic benetlU; vacation with
pay after flrat year.
1 Home Tafepbona 4k Talegrapb Co
‘-'L PRIVILliGK TO OUR
l^UblUMbKb. hor Ihe purpose of advenising our
store, we will give one coupon with each 25c. cash sale
When you have secured 20 coupons return to us with
*3.48 in cash and receive a 42-Piece Dinner Set, your
choice of three beautiful designs.
This is a rare opportunity lo secure a strictly high grade Chi
na uinner Set at less than one-fourih its regular va ue The
set consist of 9X” Plates, six 6>r' Plates, six S'A" Frtlits, six
on' >0X” Planer, one
one Covered Sugar, one Creamer and
one 7^ Buiier or Preserve Dish.
Call In our store and see this beautiful set
which we have on exhibition
W. M. Gok Drug Conpasj,
(Successors to W. M. Cohen.)
Weldon, North Carolina.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
I he country is alright, and >ou are alright,
if you will just dress up. The prudent suc
cessful man knows this to be true Try it
and see hu* good you'll feel. You'll feel like
a real somebody, and just like facing the
world's opportunities to win.
At VINSON S, the De Luxe CloUiier, you
will hnd these cheerful, good-looking clothes,
and at prices (hat are making friends for these
COMK AND SKH IS ALL I ASK
You know that loriune favors a well dress
ed man Ijreat preparation lias been made
for you The prices now are a great deal
lower than they will be again for at least two
Palm Heach and Keep Cool Suits greatly
reduced. They are priced to make friends.
‘•(iood Quality Spells-VChat Vinson Sells."
C. s. Vinson,
THE OUTHITTfcH TO MANKIND
WELDON. . north CAROLINA.
^'New Optic Tea
Le«d Blown I umbiers.Urapc dnitn
Cup and Sauccrs, ihrce designs,....
Platci lo Malih,
Seainleu Bnamel WaUr PalU_.
L«rte Blacult Pani .3.. '
White Shoe Polish, best made.
10 and I2>4c
10, IS and 25c
10, 12 and 15c
New Style Linen Envelopes, pack |Sc
Patriotic Seals, 100 In pack .n.
Daisy Fly Killer,. . J*
Waxed Lunch Patch •
/l\ LIBERTO’816.10 & 26c. Store 5J-
Weldon, North Carolina. ^