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No. 2, $3.50 per bundled
No. 3, $4.60 per hundred.
Pints, 85c. per dozen; Q,uarts, 95c.
dozen; '* Gallon, $1.10 dozen.
See that Ausirians have turned
cannibals and are eatlne each olh-
er. Only way to slop such hor
rors and help end the struggle is
for Austria to surrender and get a
Biisine.ss backs Crowder order.
—Headline. Thereby showing
the busine.ss head on business.
For if we don’t all work or* fight
there'll be no business worth
It is announced that the high
cost of living is driving office seek
ers awayfrom Washington. We
have been confident all along that
some good would result from the
high cost of living.
House Military Committee ap
proves measure lo give President
'Cl’ilson sole power of the size of
the army Vl’ho in thunder ought
to have supreme power over
the army and everything else in
time of war but the Commander-
WELDON 33 TEARS AGO.
EASY SEAL.—Pints, 90c. dozen;
Quarts, $1 dozen; % Gallon $1.25;
Extra Caps, 45c. dozen; JELLY
GLASSES, 65c. dozen.
Willey-Moore Hardware Co.,
WELDON, N. C.
THE ROANOKE NEWS If Nicholas Homanoff doesn't
like his new home in Switzerland
he might get a job as street car
i HiiKSDAY, June i.^, I9I8.
Hubllahed Bvcry Thurtday.
RATF.S III -irhSCRIPTION IN ADV ANCE;
Otii- Year, (t)y mail) poutpaiil, #l.r)0.
Hts Mullttii*, *' "
A wei'kly I »(jmocratic journal devoted
u llie tnaterial, educatiooal. political
ADd agricultural iatenmlH of ffaliTa^ and
.\dvertiHiutf rateit reanoDable and I'ur-
ttUhed 00 appltcBtiuo.
I pledge allegiance to
.MY FLAG and to the
Republic for which it
stands, one nation in
divisible with Liberty
and Jushce for all.
Fireless cooker is about to be
succeeded by fuelless motor.
McAdoo is ihe man, it seems,
who can make and unmake presi
President Wilson will have to
catch his Russian before he can
The Kaiser’s “rocklike confi
dence" indicated that he is still
In earth, sea and sky the Ger
man military forces are beginning
to “discover America. ”
Our shipyards are now turning
out lO.OOU tons of shipping a day,
and are only just started.
Henry Ford is said to be in the
race for the United States Senate,
equipped no doubt, with a self
It always has been rather diffi
cult to “see" a railroad president,
but it will be more dilficult from
If President Wilson is a "very
tired man," we'd like to hear him
make a speech sometime when he
is rested up.
The Huns are perfuming their
poisonous gases, but if covered
with roses the Huns would still
smell to heaven.
Seagulls materially help in in
dicating the presence of U-boats.
Kaiser will probably declare war
against the gulls.
CATARRH CAN NOT BE CURED
with local applicationa, as they caoQot
raacti the teat of the diseaae. Catarrh
ia a local diacaae, greatly ioflueaoed by
coaatitutiODal oonditioDi, and in order
to cute it you muat take an internal
remedy. Hall'e CatJtrrli Medicine ia
taken internally and acta thru the blood
on ttie mucous surfaces of the system.
Ball's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed
by one of the beat pbysiciacs in this
country for years. It is composed of
aome ut the beat tonics known, com
bined with someof the best blood puri
fiers. The perfect combination of the
■BitradientB in Hall’s Catarrh Medicine
ia what prtxiuces such wonderful re
sults in catarrlial conditions.
r. i. CHENEY * CO.,
TMttmonials s«nt fne. Priee 76 cents
per hottle. tiold by aJI druffifista.
Halt’s Family I'ills for Constliiallon
conductor over here.
Mavbe Austria and Germany
are being cemented together and
maybe they are being handcuflFed
together. It all depends.
if hate will grow after the war.
Think not. Probably vanish after
we have removed the haters.
Those who are trying to find a
new name for Limburger cheese
would be more usefully employed
in trying to find a new smell for it.
iHDSfar the retiring railroad
presidents have manifested no in
teniion of appealing to ihe federal
labor Crtmmissiun for re-insiaie-
Put to the lesi, American chem
ists have outdone the Germans.
So have our financiers, and our
soldiers are starting out to finish
The Huns still prate about a
“peace through understanding.’’
A peace with (ieritiany in her pres
ent mood would pass all under
1 HERE isn’t a loyal American
father who doesn’t wish he were a
youth again so that he could go
right along with his sons to the
Probably the railroad presi
dents thought they had one of
those celebrated “gentlemen’s
agreements ” with Director Gen
It must be very painful to be a
German cartoonist not to beallow-
;d to call attention to the fact that
the Crown Prince looks exactly
like a dachshund.
The German report says the
British attack on Zeebrugge was a
failure, which is probably the rea
son Berlin is removing the admiral
in command of the port.
Mr. Schwab is said to be elated
over the country’s progress in
shipbuilding, and Mr. Schwab is
an expert in elation, never becom
ing elated without cause.
That New York woman who
wept a $50,000 verdict out of a
jury—oh, all right, only we hope
the professional sob squad doesn't
try to imitate her example.
While helping to make the
world a safe place for democracy,
citizens who buy War Saving
Stamps will make the world safe
and prosperous for themselves.
Onions, it is said, give one an
appetite for other things, which is
well: for after you have eaten on
ions all in your vicinity want to
get you other things and quickly.
Does the Kaiser remember this
anecdote of Napoleon ? “The
British seldom win battles," said
a visitor. “But they always win
the last one,” answered Napoleon.
At one ticket ofHce in Chicago
you can procure tickets for travel
over any or all of thirty-seven lines
of railroad. There's really no
excuse for anyone staying in Chi
Hrum 1htr l^oanoke News, June
The Rev. Mr. Garlick filled the
pulpit of the Methodist Church
Sunday morning and Presiding
Elder Nelson at night.
Rev. A. S. Smith, D. D., was
made president of of the Episcopal
Convention which was held at
Asheville last week.
Mr. R. S. Hall, who for the
past year has been living at Hali
fax, again took up his residence
here on Saturday.
Mr. F. M. Fitts, of Warren coun
ty, received his commission yes
terday as mail agent between
Richmond and Wilmington. Mr.
Fills made his first trip Saturday.
RE-AHI’OINTED.— Mr. W. H.
Capell received on Monday From
Col. I. J. Young, collector of the
4th Internal Revenue District, his
commission as Deputy Collector
for the 12th Division, embracing
the counties of Halifax, Northamp
ton and Hertford.
Picnic.—The young ladies had
made preparations to give a picnic
on Friday evening last, but the
storm came up just in time to pre
vent it, and there was a social gath
ering at Daniel's Hall ai night in
stead. It was greatly enjoyed by
all who attended.
learn ihat Mr. J. C. Pittman has
been appointed postmaster at Scot
land Neck in place of Mr. John T.
Brinkley. Mr. Piitman was post
master there formerly but was re
moved by the Republican Admin
istration because he was a Demo
Married.—At Jackson, on Sun
day, May 3rd, by John B, MacRae,
Esq., Matilda Grim to H. W.
Weiss, of Greensville county, Va.
At Jackson, on Tuesday, June
9th, by John B. MacRat, Esq.,
Minnie B. Slaughter toCha.-lcsH.
Marshall, of Petersburg, Va.
Personal.—Prof, E. E. Hil
liard, of Scotland Neck, was in
town Tuesday. He says thecom-
mencemeni exercises of Vine Hill
Academy, of which he is the prin
cipal, were most successful, and
that the address of Rev. Dr. Vass,
was most highly complimented by
all who heard it.
It doesn’t take the average wo
man half as long to tell what she
doesn’t want as what she does
PLAIN QUESTIONS TO
Every Weldon Reader Will Admit
The Soundness of the Logic
Would Weldon people recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills as they
do if the medicine were not relia
ble? Would they confirm their
statements after years have elapsed
if their experiences did not show
the remedy deserving of it? State
ments like the following must car
ry conviction to the mind of every
George W.Tye, Cedar Street,
Weldon, says: .“My kidneys were
not acting as they should and the
kidney secretions were unnatural.
1 also had pains in the small part
of my back and through my kid
neys Doan's Kidney Pills re
lieved me of all aches and pains,
regulated my kidneys and did me
A Luting Benefit.
Over three years later Mr. Tye
said: "The benefit Doan's Kidney
Pills gave me has been lasting and
1 have had no occasion to use them
for the past two years.”
Price 60c. at all dealers.
Don't simply ask for a kidney
remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills
—the same that Mr. Tye had.
ufaciurers, BuflUo, Y.
LIST OF NAMES OF PERSONS
Who Became Twenty-One Ye«r>
Old Since Last June.
•J. NS’. L. Clark, KntkUI.
.lue (iray. scotlami Neck.
('Itfvelaoil Botrter, Hoiemarv.
Kou JuhuaoD, Tillery.
Kojr Kiah, 8cot)auil Nepk.
i^aroey KicliardNoo, KiDvwouti.
Perry Maauo, Scotlaad Heck.
Wtllie T. roweil, Hoaemary.
John C'ooyer, Kiugwood.
Lee Wright, HiDgwood.
Willie Joe, Scotlaod Neck.
WilUatu Bryaot, Uobgood.
Kmeat Howard, Halifax.
.)aaper Baker, Thelma.
I'luuimer I’ierBon, Theima.
Joe (iee, UoUistpr.
' McKiDley NicIioIhoq, Kotield.
Jack .Mitcheil, .Ir.. Kniiekl.
I Levi (iarrett. "
i J A. I)aviH, “
Wilbur (,'arup, Scotland Neck.
I Johu II. Clark, Kiugwooil.
I I'orotilius Koitcbt,Tiliery.
1 \ aMCo Wilhamt),'riieliiift.
Jamer) i’altuer, l.ittlftuQ.
I (itiorife Mil(‘ii, Hoaemary.
; Tt'arly l^attlc, Whitakerx.
I J. M. Williams, Littleton
I liOy Itooue, KoHcmary.
; rruil 1’liillipn, Tillery.
Plummer Hawkms, Atireliao f'pVa
> Merliii NV'tlkioH, Knlleld.
I Johnny I>avit«, Ileathtiville.
I WilliH KdmondH, Aurdian SpringH.
l-]lii8 siniinuuH, Halifax
: toreHt Whitaker, Kutleld.
1 Arthur lirown, “
I I'loyd Cavr, Scotland Nock,
; W. S, KniKht, Tillery.
l-'rank Hantioon, Scotland Neck.
Willu* Tope, spring Mill.
I Thurston Drew, Hobgood.
' lioy France^, Thelma.
William Moody, Louisburg.
Karl Pierce, *'
W, H. St. ('lair, Weldon.
Wilhrtrd MabfU, Kolleld.
I.ODUie tiary, Weldon-
Johnnie Kevis, Kint;wood,
William Arringtoo, Kolleld.
Karly Bailey, lleathHville.
LittleileUl Pittman, Kotield.
Pier .loliDKon, Scotland Neck.
Uicharii ('lenientH, Weldon.
Buck Peuner, Tillery,
I'aiui'H L. Brown, Thelma.
JaH|ier Wilkinn, UoNcmary.
.McKinley Ivery. Weldon
Mom-H lAwrence, Scotlaml Nt'ck
I’lummiT .lonpH, • “
Fayette Draugitaii. Kntietd.
<icorge Tilhnan. “
tieneral Lee, Scotland .Neck
Charlie Keed, Uosemary
JuliuM JohDNOD, Scotland Neck
Berry Pittman, “ “
BoKsie Lowe, Kniietd
Frollic Johnson, Tillery
.1, II. JoueH, “
'I'om Flowers, Uounoke kapids
Aiiguxtus BuH/emore, Soot Seek
•lames Feimer. PortND^outh. Va
Kdvtiii AuHtin. Halifax
•.'lareuce Nicholson. Airhe
• ieor^ff L. Wallace. W»*ldon
JaniKM Brewer. “
Walter Lynch, Halifax
Willie I'onton. Weldon
LoDuie Oakley, Kolleld
•lamcH Sharp, Palmyra
Uon-ianil liuDter Kolleld
luaac JoueH, Scotland Neck
Wm, Johnsou, “
Kobert F.dmoodM, Littleton
Claudie sheirod, Hobgood
Kobert K, Whitehead. Weldon
JeflHe JoDea, Thelma.
.Arrington Wiggins, Scotland Neck
Sam Knight, “
Tom Powell, "
Stanley Norman, Briokleyville.
JoDic Tooey, Uoanoke Hapids
Mack Sledge. Koaemary
Ivey Kudd, Eaaex
Wiley Lee, Kingwood
Tom Silvor, Kssex
Arthur Braach, Entield
Matthew Williama, Uiogwootl
J. H. Fenner, Knfleld
Nepton Foreman, Hpring Hill
> Scott Harris, Hobgood
Jloaoy Anthony, scotlaod Neck
H.H. Newell, Koa&oke Uapu\»
Jimmie ijugg, Tillery
I Lizzell .McKioIey, Entield
I James Carroll, Riogwood
Billie (iarland, Weldon
' Charlie Kimball, F^olleld
t Kuasell Bullock, TilUry
C. W. \Vyno«, EoHeld
I Luciua JenkiaR, Koftemary
I Sim Cooyera, Kingwood
K. F, Adcock, Whitakera
I Edward Caoe, Scotland Neck
I Krnent Marrow, Littletoo
) Norman Hall, Scotland Keck
Juniua Alston, Littletoo
I iiichard Harris, “
> Alezaoder Brown, Thelma
Willia ('oley, Airlie
> Frank Powell, Hoaemary
; Holomoo Peraoo, “
David Jones, Hobgeod
i Stuart Smith, scotlaod Neck
I William Jooea, “
I Elga Lane, Kaaex
Arthur Hill, Spring Hill
: Homey Tillery, Weldon
! Lee Johoaoo, Thelma
W'ni. Smith, Scotland Neck
laaiali Daria, Weldon
i J. B. Savage, Weldon
Louia Wiley, Jr. BeoUand Neck
I Nep Jeokina, Kelford.
WHAT CATARRH IS
Science has shown that nu«I catanh
often indicates a general weakness ti
the body and local treatments Id the
form oC snuffs and vapors onij initate
and do little if any good.
To correct catarrh you sht>uld treat
ila cause W enriching your li^ood with
the oil'foodin Scott*s Ennilsion which
is a medicinal lood and a buUdib^
toiiic^«ree from any hanafol (bop,
2t.il faeljrfng thousaods. *tt$ lt»'
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for USMarine Corps recruits.
APPLY AT ANY .
iERVKE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
M. S. Mountcastle, Manager.
R. U. Trent, Supi.
We wish to announce to our friends and the public that we have
opened an up-to-date Steam l.aundry at Weldon, N. C., oppusile the
Weldon Motor Co.’s Uarage. The very best of materials used and
our workmen are all experts. Your patronage solicited. All work
guaranteed. Marcel Post chargees paid oncM\ ayoii uut of town work
WHITE STAH I.AI NDHV-
Need the services of a stronKv substantial Bank In the
expansion of their credit. We accommodate our custo
mers up to the full limit of the credit they have estab
lished with us. The way to provide against that possl*
ble future need Is to open an account with us NOW.
4-%lnrEKEiT ON Sav/hos - Cap/tal ^26\ooo.oo
Co/^POL/fjodD Quaktemly «• Surplus *zo,oao.oo
^ “The Beast of Berlin.
The Picture that will malve 100,000,-
2S.000 fighting, clawing Americans, Pro.^
.^i^nouneed greater in power than out
^^■ident’s declaration of war. The Picture'
^^that will sweep America from end to end -
Direct from Broadway to
WELDON, N. C.
The picture that
will make you
you live in the
U. S. A.
at 3:30 P. M.
—vour •»« on MOpt* troBBd
yoB. 8n«ald aarooe make uy rt*
■ediiioo* oruDhitsdlf lolh« UslleS
■nJ our p«ooU. DO
26 and 60c
The War Tax
(Thvatr* nmmm bai«)
NO TIME FOE GROUCHES.
“Don't let the war and the war economies make
you gloomy. The world has no use nowadays for
anyone who cannot serve at home with the same
high courage, cheerfulness and gallantry that we
expect of our men in the tveaetacs."
M. KK KID'S
ib Inch White Voile, lovely
quality. 2Si: to $1 the yaid.
.16 Inch FancyStrlpedand pl«W
Voiles. Hatlste and Fla«ons, iS
and SOc the yard
27 Inch Haney Voiles, Crepe*
and l-laxons IS and JSc yard.
36 Inth All Silk MarquUetta
everal patterns 6Sc Ihe yard.
All Kradea ol tllk. Including tha
white and turquolM waab allka,
lor sklrta, walala and tingerla.
Another new Intur* luat addad
to our line la the “STANDARD
NEMO CORSET.” Vou conaarva
both health and monay whan you
I.ADIHS AND CENT'S OUTFITTER,
WELDON. N. C.
TO J) A Y
There are thousands of men wearing W. L. I). Shoes. And there
must be a reason. Perhaps, It’s ju.st the swing of the tot—or tha
“feel” of the leather—or maybe just the stitching-but the differ
ence is there and in every pair of W. L. I). Shoes Is so noticeable
that you'll see it the minute y out puona pair your feet.
for Men and
Boys are made
of the finest
grades of leath-
ers— and they
are made by on
ly the most
FARBER & JOSEPHSON.
Mens and Boys Outfitters
WEI-OON, N. C.
shoe an can
FOR THOSE_Wf PpRTJEBEST.
Ly unha van Bay Oysters
on the Half-Shell
For Those who
Priifer The Best.
Confectloni, Toilet Articles,
Fruits, CIgara, Medicines,
Complete Luncheonette In Connection.
DINNER PLATES, each
Weldon, North Carolina. “