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I tHE Wli:MINf.TriN DISPATCH. TWRSDAYijTEN'OON. SEPTEMBER 21. -1916,
Vast Virra Oil
JVrhe Dure amber colored oil actually
Jvwinr frmn the around. Write at once
for Prospectus and information that will
J CIVE TOIf A TE FT -ROUND TRlPTO CU2CH FTEDS
tj Vhich'wiU eeavincb 5you thai $10.00 Investiid
f H 5 to-day mar bring 6a a $1,000' oi iaore Srithin
a year. UU is the richest game in me worm
'y r -E.iL.t- i' A tTMUn'nh a
that we have ihe Oil eo write AT ONCE for
) further information to f '- i
THE EASTERN OIL CO, Inc.
j: 3a, Aamcat Bal. mat gaaaa
Democratic arid Republican
Nominees try Make Welkin
Evidently the "bloody Sixth" is
neither to lose its ginger nor. its re
putation for stirring times this elec
tion year. Whatever other congres
sional districts may do, the Sixth is
going to stage interesting oratorical
scraps. The Democratic nominee,
Hon. Hannibal h. Godwin, of the city
of Dunn, and the Republican nominee.
Hon. A. L. McCaskill, of the metro
polis of the Upper Cape Faar, have
decided to meet each other on the
stump, and, inwardly, to make, the? fur
fly. So schedule- of dates has beety
arranged for rtjint" debates,, opening
in Brunswick county next week, with
a date late in October in New Hanover j
and a wind-up in the candidates' home 1 p m
counues, narneu. aiiu Luinuenauu,! Lillington
the aays eeiore tne general election.
The itinerary of the political con
testants, as announces, follows:
- Brunswick County.
Town Creek (voting place.) Tues
day, September 26, 2:00 p. m.
Southport, Tuesday, September 26.
7:00 p.. m
2:00 p.m. -t -''
St; Paul, Thursday.. October 12, 7:00
Whiteville, Tuesday, October 17,
! 2:00 p .m.
I Rnorriman TllRSdaV. October 17,
' Fair Bluff, Wednesday, October 18,
Tabor, Wednesday, October 18, 7:00
Pireway, Thursday, October 19,2:00
Wattville. Thursday, October 19, 7:00
White Oak, Tuesday, October li,
2:00 p. m.
- Elizabethtown, Tuesday, October 24.
7:00 p. m.
Clarkton, Wednesday, October 25,
2:00 p. m!
Bladenboro, Wednesday, October 25.
7:00 p. mr
Tarheel, Thursday, October 26, 2:JM)
p. m. I
New Haoovpr County.
Wilmington. Tuesday, October 31,
7:00 n. m. I
Duke. Wednesday, November 1. 7:00).
There Was No Doubt of the
Re-election of Wilson
toes upwitii toaadaees into a package
4fiat filla thAjp nhnaa full of feet ana
makes corns so painful theyye sot
Warsaw;; &$;2QA gentleniaJU-Df
Warsaw wha lrWas j recently An con
yersation v with Senator. F. M. Sisa
mons. i andifeeliftg that .the Seaator
was itta positioa.;to.know asked him
his opinion Oi . the result of the cqnM t m
ir .ataoHnn '.u tia rdnnrts Senator lggfe!:
Simmona as saying, that there was
net in his min ,'.a; doubt; .- but that
President Wilson would be rIecf-ed..-
- ;:-Vi Obi '-. i s.:; "
There was ai peculiar: prenomenon
observed - in the , J5ky :,. here -. on last
Thursday -night - at abouj thalf past
nine o'clock. As reported. by tJaose,
who observed it,, it resembled a rain
bow in shape Kaod fownation, but the
colors, of course; were not discernible,
the bo Wit which appeared in:theSouthr
ern sky having the :pASjOf-)bf a brilUant)
i light. If iUcould .have been. a; rain-;
bow, the old,, adage,- "Bainoow at
night, is a sailor'- delight,'? was with
out true --significance, for instead of
fore-telling fairv weather,, it only pre
saged : heary. -rain-fall foe Thursday
nignt, ano rnwc . ..
"Another, bis bill .-went, on 'at: the
t 3 Props in S SCC&HS&& AH 00 yesterday and wiU be repeat-
.-GETS-IT' Vott Xt9 CC- ... .o v ..... , -niifz and iM-
ooon un ine jiuwy b
and Dutcrcomedy, pleased 4"large
audiences,1 la arJtiV.'.torce:-;wl1
scenes laid on. the gay Midway at
Coney Island, at the hei?,of the sum-.
mer, season jgaetv.,.: -rV:
tha j tiUe roles, , as Du. ; and ? Irish
comediansV Julnlled , : all Expectations
an4 wrekspecWly ienioyaj; - their
dialoaue .numbers. . and in;.,. . ;nr:'n?
an4 dancing sskit. , Bright ed .
ling. comedy perraded the atnfviiire
for 5 the whoia .hour that . : the. comedy
was. being presented. : ' :. ,
ri ; Fuquayfc i s . GlUes . and Eleming were
especiallx. pleasing and enjoyable in a
great., trioapec and
dancing, augmented by the : nifty Ehor
uflii tnock: the , 'L Out. of . Kelly
was. ianother great number, presented
by ,Polly Parker, acfc Fauruav Harold
Gilies and the chorus. r This .. was one
IT"! Is the simpiei,- modern -wonaer-f or
corns. 4vt j)ut-34rrops hi ::-vr-ri.
IT18La.IH.iy. A VAIII, lusp VI uwynw.
The corn mns rart loosens .ana
MHnMnff 1kTilltni nsti nothlnsr else
"GETS-IT" Is sold aad recommend- ;
ed by druggists everywhere, Z&o.w
bottle, or sent on receipt of prjcej D
B.JLawTence & Co.. Chicago, HI.
Sold in Wilmington and recommend-
A threl weeks' term of : court for' ed as the world's best corn-remedy by
the trial . of Civil cases has just- clos- euamy. amun ""5
ed at KenaasViUe; with Judge W. A.Soathside Drug Co., Elvingtons Phar
Devln, presiding, it is unusual for sol macy, Harding's Pharmacy.
towalk sideways- aa: winklo
their faces. OrTthey usfe salreHtfcat
eat right into the toe and make , it
raw and: sore, at jtfiey0 use iatera
that make the corns bulge, r 'PlelC'
iiiJ pn(,t fKli. rnrtin and fBflKe
thetpesbieed.nttr.ishitrETS the. most spontaneously applauded
numbers oiL Jthe, whole programme.
aJThe special scenery .for this produc
tion-is., very : pretty and th.e costumes,
all new, nifty, and,, novel, excited much
admiration,: The; same show will be
prented .prrthe-; last time this af
ternoon and-, tonight..
I Tomorrow another brand new bill,
"The Haunted Station" with all new
scenery, juew . specialties,, and new and
nifty : costumes will be presented.
long a term to be held there, but was
necessary in this instance, owing to j
. Warsaw . ; is . - enjoying to the
meeetihg; of , the members of the Wil-mington-OoldEboro
tion at this place today, and is giv
ing a hearty welcome to all, who at
tend. The" addresses of Dr. Joseph
Hyde Pratt - and others were heard
with interest. ' " ? -
OF THE OIL SUPPLY
Thursday. November 2,"
i 2:00, p. m.
Buie's Creek, Thursday, November
j 2.! 7:00 p. m.
! Coats, Friday, November 15, ":uu p.
j Dunn, Fridayt November 3, -7;00 p.
source. The . problem is one that
merits the most careful and painstak
ing examination of the capitalist, the
laborer, .the tradesman, the manufac
turer, the housewife and every man
and every woman. f " !
An Important Problem.
"A brief review of the industry can
j not fail," Mr. Cullinan says, "to con-
vince the most indifferent of the tre
' mendous importance of ' the subject.
I The first oil well in the world was
Mutt dV Jeffs Wedding,
n.Vith a wealth of pretty girls new
scenery,, electric effects, costumes.
music . etc.j; together wi;h a brand
new, play,, our oiu i riends Mnit & Jeff
Bud. Fishers inimitable cartoon crea
tions will be seen in 6ns Hill's latest
edition entitled Mutt & Jeff's Wed
dingr which comes to the Academy of
Music, Thursday September 28, for
Supply, Wednesday, September 2, GRIZZLY BEAR KILLS MAN l4
2:00 p. m. .
Shallotte, Wednesday. September 27.
7:00 p. es. ,
Austin. Tex.. Sept. 21. There has ; completed near Titusville. Pa.. by
:Col. Drake in August. 185a. This
as to the possible length of time that! well as dril,?d by hand labor, using
the petroleum supply of the United a Png pole. It was completed at
States and the world' will hold out.ja dePth oE sixty-eight feet Down
With the development of the automo-to the vcar 1870 benzine, the lighter
bile and other motor vehicles and en-! Product contained in refining petro-
J Bines' the use of petroleum and its. urn, from which the naphtha series
. 1 .. r a .1
products for fuel has become of first auu 6mmiu how uiumi;vui
importance from an industrial stand- J wa3 considcrej a useless product, v In
, , I rrflr that it in i oh t ho iitiH7.rl as
point. . i " .
! much as poesiD.c. it was irequently l
Ashe,x Thursday, Sept. 28, 11:00
j Cody. Wyo.. Sept. 21.-Details or
; the killing of Jack Welch, a freighters
J. S. Cullinan. c f Houston, Tex;., has !
been prominently identified with the j mixe! with-kerosene up to the year
mdnstrv far morn than 1 uu. miemai iuujuusu.uh ug.ueo
days ago, have been brausht here by
2:00 ! tourists in the park.
1 L.inden;-Tuesday, October J
P- m. . . j Welch and another man were sleep-
Manchester, Tuesday, October 3, j jng beneath su wagoa and a third man
7:00 p. m. ; was asleep oa top.: when, a grizzly
Currie's School House, Wednesday, seized Welch, dragged him from be-
October 4- 2:00 p.m. . J neath the wagon and proceeded to kill
Cumberland Mills, Wednesday, Octo-; him. Welch's screams awakened the
ber 4, 7:00 p.-m. , other . men, one of whom fled. The
King Hiram, Thursday, 'October 5. other, although without arms, in ac-
2:00p.m. j cordance . with - the park regulations,
Hope Mills, Thursday, October 5. j went to Welch's rescue and threw
7:00 p. m. j bacon to it. The bear abandoned
Cedar Creek, Friday, October 6, 2:00 Lwelch for the bacon and his com pan-
. 1 . 1 i z fa" ;
rorty vears. He has seen the produc-' were aeveiopca cuuiuierc.auy m j
tibn of the world grow from a little i the first usinS natural gas .as, a. fueL!;-
maro tnan iiiiiiHi inrrpis n.r nav in 4 rvv "w v
; by a bear in Yellowstone Park several- ximately lo0tf 000 ,.13 perlat while approximately .60 percent
day. He knows every phase of the 01 lnc mecnaaicui nprso power ox uie
industry. It is Mr. Cullinan's belief . unitea ataies. otner man nyoro-eiec-
Stedman, Friday, October 6, 7:00
Fayetteville, Monday, November , 6,
7:00 p. m.
Red Springs Tuesday, October 10,
2:00 p. m. .'. , ,
M?.xton, Tuesday, October 10, 7:00
t. m. .
Rowland, Wednesday, October 11,!
2:00 p. m. ,
ion dragged him away.
Shortly afterward a tourist arrived
m an automobile. Welch was loaded
into thei. machine and hurried to the
Muse Tourist amp, where he died,
Thg bear, , after 'finishing the bacon,
attacked the load in the wagon, over
turning it and tossing bales of hay in
every direction iu search of more
that the United States Government
should adopt a vigorous and far-reaching
policy of conserving the crude
petroleum supply of this country in
order to have 011 hand a reserve of
fuel for the navy in future years. In
discussing the petroleum industry Mr.
'"When we exhaust the last oil pool
the; lights will go out in- over 200,-
case to turn, all labor
trie power, is of the internal
combustion type, up until the year
, . ' THE ClrUTED MALE. ' ;,
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Pilfflj. j ,Jj -"'W -I: ! ....ill'
Draw .Your ,Gfcde x
Scene from "Mutt & Jcff.s Wcd
Uihg." Academy of Music. Matinee
and Night. Thursday. September j
Mostirf your friends ;t Have
Bll Tolepho- . Perhaps at
this roo rent yoi; n-.e.wishjngyou
could talk with line t theml
Why isolate J urself from
your frientis whei. a Bell Tele
phone in your home costs
little and means so miich? .
In emergencies such as sick
ness pr accident the telephone
summons aid promptly, and is
often the means of saving life or
There is a class of service to
fit your nee ., a cost within
Ask us itqdsy for details.
Stephen d. lucas "'
1884 the textbooks and scientists de- a maynee and night pcrlormance-
dared the principle on which the m
ternal combustion engine is operate 1
to be impossible. . The automobile
was developed commercially in the
year 13(00 We have now. upward of
Without... Question this offering ex
cels all former productions- of these
quaint characters and no expense has
been spared in making this the acme
of all popular priced musical come-
SOUTHERN BELL' TELEPHONE
C ; ''''3.
2,500.000 commercial and pleasure H
vehicles in the United States, which , Hm n his twentv.fivfi wars ex
Every wheel in this ar l'su lo tousumo unwam Ui ' perience in. catering to the public
will stand Idle.
gating billions of dollars will be
thrown- into the scrap heap. and. a
large mass of the most ingenious and
likewise some of the most stupid
legislation ever -written in the statute
books will become a dead letter. Pe
troleum directly enters into the life
Of eYer.V . civilijl h'imari hatnir an A
there is no line of basiness that does
Oil lff AAA LAH.A! - Hmm. t W '
vM.wwv.vuw uaire.a ui.uue pcx ou- ,a a firm belieyer thn oid
num. The manufacture and opera- adage la h aQd tQe world laughs
tion of trucks and automobiles are. ... flml . r,a-htlv .credited
(now understood to give employment k. in,oh rd,io-F
to upward of 1250,000 of our popula-
Fairmount, Wednesday. October 11,1 States contain about 10 per cent of
7:00 p.m. ;'tne total standiner timber of th rnnn-
T not at some point demand petroleum
The farm woodlots of the United or its produts. There is no greater
tragedy in the life of a people than
Lumberton, Thursday, ' October 12, tryVr
tne extermination or exhaustion of
: f a I useful i and! lAep&mX 1 naiural re-
Oak is the most suitable wood for
carving on account of its durability
and toughness, without being too hard.
Chestnut. N American 'walnut, mahog
any and teak are also desirable while
for fine work Italian walnut, lime;,
sycamore, apple psar or plum are gen
LiAftGE5T4J -Si BlLESHIP SETlS HIT RECOJU)
r. - "fr" 'sir1 ---.
! if-- , - i i '-xMz$;k4mJAm i'.fk mMimWs I
as being the greatest laugh producer
Mutt & Juff's Wedding is built for
laughing purposes only.. It is a laugh,
a shout, a scream from beginning to
end and is surrounded by a capp"
cast of vaudevillians and the pretL t
fgirly chorus" attainable, who can
both sing and dance. - v
r-There are twenty five musical 'num
bers, including the latest song its, in
terspersed throughout the play which
allows the audience ample breathing
spells between . the. paroxysms of
laughter.: . ..!.
The sta3 settings are. elaborate and
the entire production is staged un
der. Mr. Hill's personal supervision as
suring a perfect-up-to-date offering. .
. The prices for the matinee will be
25. cents and 50 cents and 25 cents
for children. The night prices will
range from 50 cents to $1. Tickets
for both performances will go on. sale
at Flummers next Tuesday morning.
1 . . . . ,: ; ' ; . , a
One ton of coniferous wood waste
will produce from 15 to 25 gallons of
The -1 altor sily maintains its suprem-
acy eV .1 w!r. . ;ieratCd by the old style "sight"
1 method. But s.i, after all, is only relative and the Dalton's :
S lead is buv a Eatter of per cent.. , Tliere is a field, however, in
5 which percentages . cannot apply where there IS no "second 5
S best." Infthis field the Dalton;isa pioneer haying; blazed out and 5
2 prceTDQpted a domain pf its own ; wherci competition cannot follow. 5
I S; The small, compact keyboard of the
I Dalton enables the operator to learn tlie location of 1
S the kts so perfectly that it soon becomes un Vcessary to look at s
eff tthif neithaving t? j:k away from the 5
list of figures being 'copied This is -the is'i iv , S
Washington, Septi-20. Scoring five hits -out of twelve on JtsmaU target a a-distance- of.
Pennsylvania in the test or her new 14- inch guns has made what ordnance xp erts here -believe
rr1 . i J . At. a A n . . ' . . -. w. ' ...
. Jine exact jsize ui mc target wa s , not revealed by the Navy uepartme nJCit wa stated
w30.oo yardsi approximately eleven-miles, ithe.hattieshln '
to baa world's record gunnery. s ,4' V ! J vt?? ?7. -.however,
that thefnVe'hUs were ZliLl -
been scored:hadv battle ship been fi red upo instead of.tbe small target. a aat-ls calTed "plotting" But tn hfL , mdicf-ve that a hit. would hdVe
tvteget. r- :z:y:a: I- . . , ' . . - - J - . ,r-f- mtmscse- five hitfr were Wgistefed on the r
; atNePortNews onJun 1? " ' ' "v "' ft
" VL' J. .The "accompanying picture, was made at 'the Brooklyn- NavyYard here the ship mtaus' ' K -
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' r $0NQ NUMBERS
: ; v and ' -10-4o-30e.
The pfactTcal 'vatue of tonch'6rjcraUc(n' of the adding machine can-
not be easily "exaggerated. " . ......
Touch Operation increasest the speed of an adding machine
f fm,25 to80 , ovfin to the particular kind of work in ha nd.
TJouclT Operation' decreases the liability' to commi t " error by
'y-Repressing the Tvrong key even in greater proportion than
' Ihe-figures just stated. ' r t . - : v
1 "c!ptOT Ps of iongontimid irork at top speed I
S ( v - nervous strain invariably; experienced s
r : - ypitur unacr sucn conditions. ' . ,
lueh (Operation eiituly the 5
f f ease1 iWatoflE froin copy to keyboard and fusing of s
theyes on different colored objects at unequal distances
? . thousands; ahd jthoulnds pT times each day,ft ;
Touch Operation converts drudgery ; into! pleasant routine,
fflTe9',the Peratr a sense of mastery oyer, the dreary hum- z
drum of fighre'ork and leaves him with increased time to 5
I Hevote to thcjbigget things Vith iwhich-lie 'comes in daily
contact. , i
I ,WeA a few I
g hainutes teach your own operators how to use the Touch Method. :
S : Vs u0 Send for booklet MToich '3ieium.i1f ' VVi te f
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T-rt--f ' ' District Agent Xf:'
P. 02 Box 65 Wilmlnaton l.'c;