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otuaies. . rnenas jcc a.
f Change in Him: . ,
" Thar one Wsf - be physically" fit to ' beten the cpirbig 4n Varl
i v . , ' .4,: ' If Germany .is, net beaten into corn
nut forth his greatest mental efforts is . ; ,'7 ' L i
dorseMentrdm -Gay Hooks, we 1
known v:ur man
rtTit of Trinitv. fSollaee,' neat Durham'
iw a. DnrhamJ
"Indigestion tiad ihe n ,ran-diii
cnOlUon; my kpitite.was ery bad,
I k:ould sot' sleep properly f wksome-
what nervous and lelt tired-out to such
an extent that ifound it almost itoDOS-
sible" to keep un with my, class work.
t'TThen, fpr reason that friends old
me about Taniac ' and" its good work, I
gave it a trial.' JSQM my appetite is
good, my sleep is -refreshing, nervous-
. ness is gone, that tired ut feeling has
lnft me' and I am able to eet through
mv studies witii rnucn" greater ease.
My iriends" have remarked on ; the no-,
ticeahle improvement' in my condition,
since I began-taking Taniac, and I rec- trios depending upon, them r' give em
ommend it, so others may. gain. as I r. ployment to...li5,00Q Jrbn workers'
Taniac is sold in Wilmingtqn exclu- would he; parajyzed for years to cpnxe,
sively at the Bellamy Drug, -Store; if not permanently disabled. ,
Acme,. Acme Store Cp.!; Burgaw, 0. Jf the Allies are. able to dictate
Halstead; Southport, Watson's a?har-' tqnns' the French delegates will ;ra
macy ; 'Rocky ' Point, A-.. N." Rhodes & s4st upon the return to France of the
p.:; Supply, GW. Kirby; ew Bern, part of Lrorraine that was taken
Bradham Drug Co.; Magnolia W. L. from her in 1871 with the iron lands
Southall; Faisoiiy Faison Drug Co.; which in 1913 Germany took 21 mil
Pembroke, G. W. Locklear. Each town lion ton's of ore more than 75 per
bjs its Taniac dealer. AdyJ. ,
f Robert Taylor is in Hospital
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iwuoijr iiquicu uy ijuuci
Fired by Negro. I
Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 2. Robert Tay-
lor, 3fli years old, is at St. Peter's Hos-
pital'in a critical condition as the re
suit of. a pistol shot -wound which, , he
sustained. in a neilt vesterdav morn in ir ,
Taylor and a friend were walking
along tne streets of the city soon in
the morning and 7W,ere accdsted by two
negroes 'who spoke in a Very impudent 7
"Way. When asked as to the meaning
of the impudence the negroes began to j
r tuB auu ?everai sapii? were nrea xne :
u,iH .wuu ijliju jmi. layrir. in uie i
stomach. ! - j
No trace of the negroes has been:
found by the-police but detectives are j
-Still wqrkmg . on the ,SQlution of ,the j
TWfl CiOBC VTe6riV: i
- ' r"rn" you insist, upon, my Decommg ea irom the very title.-, it is a story
- u :.qfie!1Iian: Pouyer-Quertier remarked. of hypocrites: of designing men and
-h03 "-How . is, that ?" replied Bismarck.; women with whom . they come in con-
.r 5!-?- npt; understand you, Whp.tact. A story of the tribulations of
jrcBwiuay morning dui neitner Diazes
omuumeu w sreat aeai. jiotn werej
caused by sparks, f rom chrmneys j ! joine thpj Minister. "You. see clear
A house oCcupiea by Rena 7Wii- ly you are making a German of me by!
a liams, -colored,; No, 706 North Second ! msistine mon ' Viriernnt'" J" ' 4 !
gj street.1 was threatened and a house
77'7; occupied . by, Nancy Murphy and lo-i
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- rSifKlll ac-
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to a minimum.
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77i Lji? mmmEmmwm cms-abe-b cmade . .
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gV g:-' ili ' j , VmMffWM.n;ni.nrM , .My.n,.. j, .unn.,, oni.im. i11.riiniiitmn.i..nilleir.mnii,li,rniMjiiuminniTiiffilt.i v r ft ir ? t Supported by ' : f fes
' ' And All-Star Company of Pro-
J fessiotral Players. O
n ' sri yWWffSi . if ; Matineea Oaky, 3-1(W0c ' (n"
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7 i'- Herplsa scene' deDitcting the the : trreati-activitv in TnaniifactnrlnE' nni! In x?-nonnA t i' 41 , l . v "
: ,- v.--- ' T- . - ;rf-. ,r . . - . r suow-uB.oine Dig jsjien JJirowers heine "turned' s I
i' c ttwle we-iargw guuwntu iitaa. ine name or We factory an tne place- atTwWclt t Is located-was ' withheld .br-thP-RrrtUh WV VLE
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i Likely to" Be Taken Into Ac-
count in acjgiici-g-f
j.f ; rfibleiiiffittocKa encountar
FBft,. $ im?- 3V.vhj i1-1 '
f -.nir1v4-4tft,.4-;fhis:4. sthiitr contention in
out -Ubboi Wy .for , the . :amh:tu)ns of,
recently -demanded .-the establishment
of military frontiers that will give
Germany :Mie-ininig Tegiops .that nrQ
rindi-pGspfe he ; elopmcnt of
. The "mining regions" referred to
this auptatipn , f rom. .thc,.rcsolut.oAs
' f a: Garpian industnal committee; are
the lOo.OOO acres of Vrench iron Jand;
01 me ;cr;ery uasin, aujpmmis me iruij,
lands of annaxed Lorraine just across
the frontier, they , produce fifteen
nimipn tons .of ore. per . year 8Q
ier cent . ot FrancV total , production
they . f urnisli. a . livelihood to . 2?,0Q0
miners c and . the steel and 'iron indus-
'uuv iwcixi, autJ o luuuquics
cent of her total production and 60
per cent, of her tptal consumption ,
Lorraine, in the French point of
view, uc longer represents a mere
1 sentiment; the sentiment . exists, but
along with it ii "the great object les-1
son of the war Germany s 45 years
of militan' preparation in which the
mines of Lorraine played a leading
If France is today obliged to cry
4 for "more cannon, more ammunition"
il is' in the est!niati?n of French i
from France with Loraine mineral
resources to which she owes 60 per
! cent or more of the development of
her iron and steel industries since
Besides the ore-bear.'ng lanCs that j
tere finally, ceded to jQ-payt Bis-J
mek rfemarlftifl r In exrnamro i'fnV an '
jsiieuBiua 01, iie igmwry le.ri .arouna
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Belfort all of the irdnore region of!
Aumertz. Mllerupt and Otange, be-J
tyen Briey and Longwv: But Bis-i
marck had to do'in these negotiations
with a clever Norman! Monsieur
August PouyerrQimrtier, Thieris'
ister of Finance, who fought despe-
xateiy ana cieveny to save sometnmg !
of . France's future in the iron indus-'
try. The 7 discussion fhiallv came'
down to :' Villerupt. ' !
"Prince, I g.ve you my word of ho-'
nor that I never would think of ob -
ligihg you to become a Frenchman, 1
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"I am one of the DrinciDal owners
of .the . VUlerupt , rolling mills." re-
insisting: uDon Virierunt." " ' !
"Oh, very well," said Bismarck. "I ;
leave you Villeruut. but do not aak !
or I wm take
,t baclc." -; ...
1 nar-was. practically all tnat France f
(Sontinued 4ife-:iP4ge'Five.X: v-4'!
biggest show that h'as; ; yet.-J played j
large a oro cfildssiblerfthe
iug, as the7 'feel sure; everyone will
come bfcek again when the show; , -
ch a nges7 Wsdoeis day 7and iday?;:i?
alUstar cast iofp. professiaJ5 player
f eauifu ;Iis jai44
best . known; jVaiidyiUe an?7 iiej
e v 7af,,ra:7ie : Am-
big Song Hit., turing-nMdimsic,
pnjy th-aIiS.test roadwaiipjgiYbu
W4. L lAfvf FOX . FaODWCIION M
Virginia; Pearson's Greatest Starring
Vehicle, ,t the Reyal Tuesday.
heard that wonderful niece, "Thro'
Those Wonderful Glasses of M iuc," j
with the Mutt. and. Jeff show, and also.
with Billy.; Clifford's show Saturday
night. This is featu red by the Am
erican Girl Company. Other hits are:
"There's Someone , More Ionesomo
Than You," one of the big hits of thq
show, by Elsie Zeigler . and Ray
Lewis, "They Cftll in Dixieland,"
which is the great successor to "Bal
lin' the Jack," and. always makes n
hit; , just out, too.
Pauline Glenmaf. for the opening
i show, will present her famous Whirl- i
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y. ind Dance 7 The opening show for
today1 and tomorrow Is 'Allies of . an L
Rvenfrie-." nn 1 Tp,-1r jinrl Rnnt in
ine leaamg comeay roies. supponeu
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by this all star aggregation., will givej-
you a show guaranteed to please,
roiea screen aiar oomrrow. i
Virginia Pearson, tha screen's su-'
Min-prcme dramatic and emot:onal star,:
comes tq. .the Roy aL tomorrow in the :
greatest Fpx Feature of her whole
career, a startling sis reel version of ;
that sreat drama "Hviincrisv" a
drama with some o fthe most start- i
lingly realistic portrayals ever seen j
:'on a scheen anywhere. J
Hynocrisv" can be readilv defin-
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In with the .h vhorrf tea nf mndPm
day; a. man who learns too late that
: . - tr r - w-
he has been lax .in his attentions to
those whom he holds dear.
"Hvnnr.risv" (?antiin o tvniMi ail.
etar ,asL headed -.bv the bri lliant e'f.
fnince nf that dim amiV ptnntinnal
actress, Virginia Pearson, who be-1
hsides possessing remarkable histrion-
ie and dramatic talent, is one of the
inost -famous'of all screen baauties
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now in pictures. William Fox hns
u.io : orr,f
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which will live long in the memories
of those who see it, and large .crowds
snouid wiuiess mis luaswrfjietes ai
l"e wyai wuiwiuw
FARMERS' LOAN BANK.
This County May Apply For One
From the Government.
.n..uwuiu5mi UlW 3 mi. u.
P. Herring, arm demonstrator of
!ew rfaiove' coohtv, that it is not
improbable that this county will have
one of the farm loan associations.
i provided i for in the now rurai credit
r. ' hl. L.a, ,-jJ
i m w . k ' 'nil iihiki i. ii i 1 1 s : i t-Hii v i
been discussed -, ; Ayith . a number of
farmers in this county. '.
' Applications for loans aggregating
$20,000 must be made, to the govern-,
mcnt before an organization can 'be
m0re than $10,000 at one time and the
loan must be made for not more than I
organized. No member can borrow
40 vears and not less than five Lbut
it mav he renaid.im whole or in nart.
For Men now ready jjpp jtour
inspeetion. Shoes with char
acter and dignity at
Peter son & R
ft 1 '-'
after five years. Each borrower, who
is ?:a stockholder in tne organization
must place fivo per cent of his loan in
orranizati0n. which is given back
when the-loan is paid.
1 ILKJ f
Tonight When Accompanied by
A Holder of a Pcid 30c Ticket.
Drama f Idmarkable ";'
Strength -and .Superb Sensa-
7- tiohal iSTO. 1 tS'7 f jfe: 7
4 A St A f R E M A5TE R P 1 EC U
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Are you a good
Mary L. Alderman, Prin.
FALL TERM BEGINS
MONDAY. OCT. 2nd.
Boys and girls prepared
f or business or college.
- Special i at tention paid .
to backward children .
No. 12 North 5th Street.
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-t-s at- .,i .,
The glory of ."the out-of-doors"' ai this season of the year and
i-i - notning is more fasinating and
U selection-of xtacWek:: reliable "tackle adda tot-ona'a Ci
pleasure, and, this, we hare In
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Laneewood. Anzarilla. Bethabafa" Woods, some made special P j
to our own order. All prices. up
FREE SPOOL REELS
rr Original ;Cnttyhunk, Surfman'a ; Special and,
J Linen ReeiXines. v '7 : .' V-'-7.7
sr- p t r ) wucb, w-jut ieiB,
!r Bories necessary, llt us sh6T7 ?oti
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TIm Ooun of Kupt-'t-iim
Some one has said:
A man" Is worth 0110 dollar a
day from his chin down. Ills
sky-piece is thoxpart that pay a.
The men who design tsuch
clothes as Strouse & Broth!ra,
B. Keupperibelmef & Co., and
College Cut Clothing get salaries
that would make some local tail
ors dizzy. It's all in the dcsiKii
Ing and if you would get (hn
benefit, of the highest paid talent
in America you must come here.
FALL Clothes are ready.
J. M. Sblky
One-Price Clothiers arri
0 North Front Street.
4. 4. ;
4.' 1 ;. Oscar P.' Peck,
A 7; WOOD.
Pine, Oak Mixed Wood. Dry
4 Kiln Blocks, Slabs. All kinds of
4 PROMPT DEJ-I VER Y.
BIDS! BIDS! BIDS!
Bids' will be received until Oct. lath
j for purchase of building and site of
old school house on Myrtle Grove
I Sound, District No. 18, White race.
Lot contains three fourths of an
acre. - .
-By order of 'Board of Education..
Right to reject bids reserved.
I W. CATLETT, Sujt.
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mmy pmrt f the body. jSAJB t
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Sold e ill I mil
nJ Dftartm?nt Store.
- - - .J. PJarmja; ahdJ;!j flicks Buntins.
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mind restful than -day's fishing.
stock for you.' J ; n H
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jran xiooks, ana an little accca
what aTka-wa h'VA ' ; a '
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