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DEMOCRATIC CLUBS. N
Clubs of the State to Meet Saturday,
- April 27.
Columbia, S. C., April 16 Under
the rales of the democratic party and
, the statute law; of South Carolina, the
Democratic clubs of the State will
meet on Saturday, April 27. These
club meetings assemble and .set in
motion the party machinery, for they
name the representatives who "will
1 constitute the county conventions,
, which meet on the first Monday in
May, and which in turn select repre-
sentatives to the , State convention
and name the members of the State
Seven Stills Captured.
Columbia. S. C. April 16. Chief
Constable T.. J. Smyrl, Constable
- ' Weatherly, Fannin and Whitworth,
and Government Agents Coleman and
...Austin captured seven stills last
week In four counties. The Columbia
officers returned home yesterday from
a still hunt, and they report ths cap
ture of three stills on Saturday. .The
Ip seizures were made in Hampton, At-
ken, Lexington and Barnwell coun
ties. One still. j:ave up 370 gallons of
beer. Two men were arrested and
placed in the Orajigeburg jail.
1 4 .
Columbia, S. C April 16. Liquor
permits increased in number last
week as the records in the offica of
the judge 'of probate show that 172
little slips were issued. The office
issued 161 permits during the preced
ing week. This i the week before
the city primary In Columbia, and t
will be interesting to note if the ap
plications for a Quart of liquor will
rise with the amount of interest tha:
might grow in the contest as the day
-for the first primary approaches.
Cold Injures Apple Crop.
Spartanburg, April 16. Reports
reaching Spartanburg from Western
North Carolina counties are to the ef
fect that the apple crop in that sec
tion has been greatly damaged by
the cold weather of the past week.
The region has had ice every, morn
ing for a week and the apple or
chards, caught in full bloom, have
been hit hard.
Newberry, S. C, April 16. A spe
cial election for aldermen from Ward
1 will be held. in Newberry Thursday
for the unexpired term pf the late P.
Frank Baxter. There are only two
candidates for the office, H. D. Whit
aker and J. D: Wicker, and conquer
able interest is being1 manifested in
the approaching election.
Old People Who Are Feeble and Chil
dren Who are Pale and Weak
Would be greatly benefited by the
Ceneral Strengthening Tonic Effect of
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.
It purifies and enriches the blood and
buildB up the whole system. A Gen
eral Strengthening Tonic for Adult3i
and Children. 60c.
Many Want to Run But Few
Have Put Up Their En
(Special ta The Dispatch.)
RaleighApril 16 Delay in the en
trance of the vast majority of expect
ed candidates this year moves the
secretary of the board of elections to
warn prospective runners that they
have only four days in which to file
Saturday," April 20, will be the last
day on which a candidate" for office
that is as large as a senatorial dis
trict and upward, can enter And if
he does not enter the primary he
cannot go before the people. The
list of entrants thus far is very small
relatively. There are six candidates
for nominations on the Supreme
Court bench; two for the United
States Senate, and about four aspir
ants for Congress in theJeighth dis
trict; but neither the Republican nor
the Democratic 1 judicial candidates
have - sent in their fees, neither can
didate for-tne Senate, John Motley
Morehead, and Senator F. M. Sra-
mons, has come over with his an
nouncement and the few days remain
ing moves the State board of elec
tions to send out the warning.
The Republican platform planfc for
the repeal of the primary law, one
act that the party had demanded pret
ty vocatively in 1914, finds partial ex
planation In the cost of entrance. A
man who is to be sacrificed by run
ning purely to cohere the party, must
put up his money just the same. For
the glorious uncertainty of politics
there must be a cash consideration.
A little thing like that does not wor
ry John Morehead or J. J. Jenkins,
but In the seven or nine dead sure
Democratic districts it is hard luck
on Republicans who must pay if Ihey
Quite a few candidates are in for
all the tardiness of entrance. The
men who are being most opposed are
Superior Court judges. Judge T. H.
Calvert, of the seventh, Wake-Franklin,
has four opponents and Solicitor
H. E. Norris, of the same district,
has one man to beat as solicitor, Rep
resentative S. A. Newell, of Louis
burg. In the thirteenth, ,which has
Judge W. J. Adams, one of the finest
on the bench, John T Bennett, of
Rockingham, is out, and in the eigh
teenth. Judge Mike Justiee is havins
to put down Welch Galloway, of Bre
vard. Judge Frank Carter, in the
nineteenth, and Judge G. S. Fergu
son, in the twentieth, are out this
year and tne candidates are thick.
Nearly all have tossed their coin in
to the hat here and are ready.
Three candidats are after the solic-
itorship in the eighteenth, x They
are Mike Schenck, incumbent, Fred
D. Hamrick, Rutherfbrdton, and Geo.
M. Pritchard, Marshall, the latter two
Republicans. Johnson J. Hayes, in-
BXECUTRIX NOTICE. Imucul oulu, io
Having this day aualifled as Exwxntrir 'solitary Republican solicitor and thus
of the estate of Jane Alice Brooks, de-! far he has no Opposition.
ceased, this Is to notify all parties hav- Four years ago after the election'
"iif'??!?.' safely over, .the Republicans dis-
v. v a,u mu. vv- vu vs. uciui C IUC isl.ll
IN THE NEWS. ...
. . ... .' - x
Charlie XJhaplin, the" world-wide fa-
vorite of the movies who is now
touring the South ' in behalf of the
third-Liberty Loan, is In line for con
gratulations today . 6n the beginning
of his thirtieth ; year. The historic
town of Fontainebleu, France, was
Charlie's birthplace. His . parents
were English players , and the son
followed, their profession . as soon as
he was old enough to appear on the
stagef In vhis youth he toured.a large
partvof the world, doing a "turn" as
an eccentric juggler and dancer, and
at other times performing las a 'cir
cus clown. It was not, however, until
he appeared in motion 'pictures that
he found his real forte as an enter
tainer. In his own peculiar style of
fun-making he is without a peer, and
inhis inimitable antics before the
screen are as popular with motion
picture patrons in Japan or China as
they are to those of the United
States and Great Britain.
A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY.
One Hundred Year Ago Today.
1818 Charles J. Folger noted jur
ist and member of President "Arthur's
cabinet, born in Nantucket, Mass. Died
at Deneva, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1884.
Seventy-flve Years Old Today.
1843 The people of Hungary de
manded official recognition of the
Fifty Years Ago Today.
L 1868 The new Constitution ef South
Carolina was ratified by vote of the
Twenty-five Years Ago Today.
1893 The Mayor of Brussels was
attacked and beaten by striking workmen.
plead In bar of recoTery. All persons in
debted to the said -estate will please make
KATE M. MEEKS,
JHE. INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
Afford a comfort which Is appreciated
by those who Vant near or far vision
in one pair of glasses.
They keep your eyes young In look
as well as in usefulness.
No line, seam or lump to blur
day of April, 1919, or this notice will be c06 that-they could have carried
a do m nve aisincts ana aciuany naa
majorities in the counties composing
them. This led them to take a big
ger interest and it is not improbable
that Mr. Hayes will not have his
unique mark after this year. ,
Strangest Contest Wak)e-Frankl in.
The strangest of all the political
contests this year is the Wake-Frank-
in judicial battle. Just when ev
erybody is laughing at Senator W.
M. Person, it begins to dawn that
the Senator is the only man who
stands any chance of dethroning
Wake can out-vote Franklin about
three to one, but Wake has three
candidates trying to oust Judge Cal
vert. One of them is a Jones man,
another a Bailey; a third, and a lourth
non-factionalist. The county will be
so badly split that Franklin will out
vote Wake. That will send Senator
srson into the second primary.
By that time Solicitor Nrris, of
Wake, will have disposed of S. A.
Newell, his opponent. In the second
primary, Franklin county will have
the advantage of knowing that it can-
notget the solicitor. It will vote sol-
drylor Senator Person. Unless Judge
Calvert should be the highest in the
second primary it is wholly improb
able that either the Jones or the
Bailey faction would support the noar
nee of its opponents. And the Per
son man with his own support plu3
tne disaffected element in Wake
might take the judgeship back to
Franklin where it had been many
years prior to Governor Craig's ap
pointment of Albert Cox and Gover
nor BJckett's crowning of Calvert.
And it Is known here that if Judge
Calvert should be beaten. Governor
Bickett's choice would be Senator
Person, fellow citizen vof Louisburg,
and strong supporter of the Bickett
measures in the late General Assem
Senator Person has a record on the
school question. He was the most
belligerent of t the General Assembly
men last year, in his efforts to destrov
the present school control. Ha
wasn't In It with Henry Page for
atlrrlng up things, but he was just as
bellicose. Tlje Senator happens to
haveIt on the Wake candidates, Sen
ator Snow excepted. And that would
be made an issue .y
The withdrawal of J. W. Bunn. aft
er two days in, the-race, left the soltc-
itorshlp safe for Norris A three-
cornered race complicated by the
judgeship might have been dangerous
for him. But the judgeship" is strict
ly anyhody, ana jrraniuin desires it
EYES TESTED FREE
When You Give
A Box of Candy You"
v Should Give
Because She is Worthy of
the Best '
Phone-2 1 1-212
1 07 Princess Street
ONE YEAR AO TODAY IN WAR.
April 16", 191i. resident"' Wilson
issued appeal to the people to help in
feeding Allies, to practice economy
and plant gardens; -French, swept
Germans out of trenches on 25-mile
front from Soisspns to Rheims; Brit
ish transport Cameronia torpedoed in
Mediterranean with loss of 140
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Charlie Chaplin, one of the most ia
mous of inotion picture performers,
born in France, of English parentage,
29 years ago today.
Dr. Henry S. Pritchett, president
of the Carnegie Foundation for the
Advancement of Teaching, born at
Fayette, Missouri, 61 years ago today.
Clarence D. Clark, former United
States Senator from Wyoming, born
in Oswego county, N. Y., 67 years
Dr. John Lee Coulter, a celebrated
specialist In rural life problems, born
at Mallory, Minn.," 37 years ago to
day. Samuel D. Felker, former Governor
of New Hampshire, born at Roches
ter, N. H., 59 years ago today. .
Men in Traininff
Fighting isn't the only duty of a
soldier, find exposure to bullets is
not as serious as exposure to all
kinds of weather and dampness.
Rheumatic aches; sore and stiff
muscles; strains and sprains; chil
. blains and neuralgia, all are enemies
of the soldier, and the relief for all
these pains and ( aches is Sloan's
Liniment. Clean and convenient' to
carry or use; does not stain, and
penetrates without rubbing.
Generoua vised bottks, at ail druftwU.
25h. 50c. $1100.
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Luzianne Coffee ,; set before;
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A finer hot beverage than good,
Luzianne never existed.
Luzianne tastes all the way dowa
and you say "Set 'em up again,"
Buy a can of Luzianne Coffee. J
you can't honestly ayv that h'a the
best cup of coffee that ever passed
your lips, tell your grocer you're not
satisfied and hell give you back your
money on the spot.
Please try Luzianne. Youll like
it, you will. In clean, air-tight tins.
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' MORTGAGE SALE. - '
By virtue of the power of - sale contain
ed vln a certain mortgage deed made by
Jobn J.Purlong tmd wife to the Wilming
ton Homestead and Loan Association, bear
ing date April 6th, and. register
ed ton the records of New Hanover CoHity
inBook 89,- page 43, the undersigned -wiii
sell, at public auction, to the highest bid
der,, for cash," at the Court Hduse door in
the . City of Wilm Ington, . on Alonday, the
29th day of vrll, 1918, at twelve o'clock
M the following described property- ia
the Cityof Wilmington: - . -h
1 1st: BEGINNING at af point - in th
Southern line of Meares Street 114 feet
West from Western line of Third Street ;
runs thence Westvrardly wlthsaid South
ern - line of Meares Street SS feet; thence
Southwardly poraljel with Third Street
110 feet: , thence Eastwardly parallel with
Meares Street 38 feet; thence Northwardly
Parallel -with Thir Street 110 foef 'to
the -Beginning. ,
2nd: BEGINNING at a point in the
Western line of. Second Street 49 1-2 feet
North from 'the Northern line of Martin
Street ; runs thence Northwardly with tne
Western line tof Second Street 49 1-2 feet;
thence Westward ly parallel with Martin
Street 100 feet: thence Southwardly niir.nl-
lel with Second Street 491-3 feet; thence
Eastwandly parallel with Martin sfitreet
Thi March- 29th, 1918.
WILMINGTON -HOMESTJSAD AND
By JOHN D. BELLAMY & SON,
3-2930 days. x Attorneys.
L. Plttman, judges. S dnt s
Harnett, (Winter Park), Smiths
T.,T Smith,; registrar; jL H mJ
F. A. Montgomery, Judges. aD ij
Masonboro (Whiskey Creek) t
den's Store, polliugi Walter h.;.
istrar: E. E. .Sautfaprinrxi t . . . ' re,:
Us, Judges. . n ""u u- H
Rark. J. C. Long, registrar: w Hl"
and J. H. LeQwiii. lud
Federal Point, ,T. J. Burnett s tm.
Deposits made now and until April 2nd cjraw interest
from the 1st
HOME SAVINGS B AN K
(Security and Service)
Entrust your savings to us for safe keepirig. Safety and
courtesy are the predominating features in
Ve Pay 49& Compounded Quarterly
Sloan's prices not increased 25c 50c $1
TT TV H
it was so
The name, address, and
occupation of every person in
tha r.itv will be in the new
jlVy Uireciory, now xeiug cuuipucu. , vrucr uuc nccp juur
mailing Ii3t3 up to date and save postage. Make your delivery
service more efficient. Use it all over your establishment.
Every Business and Professional Man
Should Own and Consult the
If you have the last is3ue, you need a new one. It will show
about 50 per cent changes which you should know about.
CALL OR WRITE
HILL DIRECTORY CO.
21 Garrell Building, Wilmington, N. C.
By yirtue. ot the power of sale con
tained -Hi a certain mortgage deed made
Djr warsnau a. uui and wife to the Wil
mington Homestead and Lean Association,
bearing date October 3rd, 1916, and dulj
regieterea on the records cf New Han
over County In Book 88, page STT, the un
dersigned wUl sell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, st the Court
House door in the City of Wilmington, on
Tuesday, the 30th day of April, 1918, at
twelve o'clock M., the following" described
property in the City of Wilmington: BE
GINNING at a uplnt in the Eastern line
or Dickinson Street 89 feet South of South
ern line of Gwynn Street; runs thence
8nthwardly lth Eastern Use of Dickin
son Street 38 feet; thence Eastward! par
allel with Gwynn Street 132 feet; thence
Northwardly parallel with Tlckinson Street
83 feet ; thence Westwardly parallel with
Gwynn Street 132 feet to the Beginning.
This 29th of March, 1918.
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND
By JOHN D. BELLAMY & SON,
3-29 30 days
By virtue of the power of sale contain-J
m in i certain mortgage deed . made oj
Stacy Adams tp the Wilmington Home
stead and Loan Association, duly regis
tcred on the records of New Hanover
County in Book 93, page 3S9, the under
signed will ell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for 'cash, on Monday, th
29th day -of April, 1918, at twelve o'cioe'e
M fct the Court House door in the City
of Wilmington, the following described
property situate in the City of Wilming
BEGINNING at a point in the Northern
line of Nixon Street 30 feet West from
its intersection with the Western line of
Eighth Street; running thence Northward
ly parallel with Eighth Street GO feet;
these Westwardly parallel vrfth Nixon
Street 120 feet ;thence Southwardly paral
lel ,with Eighth Street 60 feet to North
ern line of Nlxoa Street; thenee East
wardly along said Northern line of Nixon
Street 120 feet to the Begining.
This 29th of March. 1918.
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND
By JOHN D. BELLAMY & SON.
and HiHir,. i, "i
J. Burnett. reeitrr- s
Mt8t Waril i.'r: it
- 'I uusiuc uuuse. I-nii-.i
m.?bei S- J?- Davis, registrar- w1??
1,1 "' uu neu Jones, judses " .
i oecona Ward, Court House, Av w -loway,
registrar; T. A. Shenar." JGl1
B. Applewhite, judges &nepart H
lrd Ward. Glblem r.rri, t
fourth Ward, McClellan's Stabi-s T
Purlong, registrar; W. M iv,.
E. L. Fox. judees. " k
PlftB WSTdJ (Prerincf 1 PrMn,
Fifth. and Castle streets, H. E F ,.t"n
istrar; A. H. Ketchum 9nH n t r,' r
Fifth Ward (Precinct 2). BiMlP
rum ana v-asxie streets, J. v.
registrar; sion J. Kin
Sixth Ward, Mann, Atkinson sni tt
ters' Store,-J. F. Mann, registra-- j
Womble and Van Woodcock n.'p
irh. - i i i - .' ' -
precinct and ward shall be ieiit i
preceding the dayor the close r.f tbe
un. ciirpwu, oexween tne Hours nf ti
ginning the 4th of April. 191S. nnd tW fi
books shall be closed for reKi ..ari.",n Jn
the second Saturday before the ele M-n ,
W O W . into ,
vu ii.ii ui April, a lid on jjt
Saturday the 13th day of April, mk tJi
on Saturday the 20th day of April, yni
ana on Saturday the 27th div of nT
1018. t.htt roiHRtrr chnll nttunH r-. . U.H
, . " ' hi 'iu IQflj,
registration books at the polling j laes of
their respective townships, p reelects n5
wards for the registration of electors TtJ
rAri.f4-vv .1l.11 . nn A ,1,. .- 1 ' ' . "
of their relspectfve townships, pre incts vh
tion, to-wit: on the 4th of May. mis f'
the hour of nine A. M. until the honr m
i 1 T. i j , 1
tuire x . m.f nueu ana wnere tne gjl,
books will be open to the inspection nju.
electors of said township, precinct
wara ana anv or saia electors shDn i.
sllowed to object to the names appearioj
By order of the Board of Commission?;!
of New Hanover County.
April 2, 1918.
W. A. McGIRT.
SPECIAL TAX ELECTION.
By virtue of tha power and authority
! contained in Chapter 71 of the Public
Laws of 1911, the Board of Education
of the County 1 of New' Hanover having
duly petitioned tha. Board of Corneals
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION.
By virtue of the power and direc
Ion contained in Chapter 477 of tht
Public Local Laws of North Carolim,
passed at its 1917 session, due ani
proper request having been made tc
the Board of Commissioners of Net
Hanover by the Board of Educate
of New Hanover County, as required
by said act, the Board of Commissi-
era of New Hanover County ao her
by give notice that a special electios
Jscalled and will be held between 'bs
hours of sunrise and sunset on tin
8th day of May. 1918, for the purposj
of submitting to the qualified eleo
tors at said county, , the question,
"Shall New Hanover County issue its
coupon bonds, not to exceed the sua
of $250,000.00 and levy a special tax
for public school improvements ii
aid county," in order to provide for
the erection, construction and repair
with said act. order an election to
be held in said County of New Han
over to ascertain the will o-f the peo
ple, "Whether there shall be levied on
all taxable property and polls of said
county a special tax, of ten cents on
the ?100.00 valuation of property and
thirty cents on each poll to supplement
the county school fund of said county,"
the Board of Commissioners of New
Hanover County, do hereby order tint
an election be held in said county between
the hours of sunrise and sunset on the
8th day of May, 1918, to ascertain the'
will of people, on the question, "Whether
there shall be levied on all taxable prop
erty and polls of said county a special
tax of ten cents on the $10000 valuation
of property and thirty cents on .each ; poll !
to supplement tne county scnooi xuna ox
At said election the ballots tendered and
cast by the qualified electors shall have
N written or printed on them, "For Special
Tax," or, "Against Special Tax an quau-
i fled electors who are in favor of said spe-
.t.l .- .V.11 wvf-n Vw (huulal Tm-r ani
all qualified electors who are opposed to
said special tax shall -vote, "Against Spe
For the purpose of this election as au
thorized by the said act, the said "Board
of Commissions? of -Sew Hanover County
do hereby order, a new registration for
said election and the following are de
signated as the polling places in said
townshpis, precincts and wards, and the
persons herein named are appointed regis
trars and Judges of said election in said
townships, precincts and wards, to-wit:
Cape Fear Township, Johnaton'e Store,
J. H. , Johnston, registrar; J. .W. Wind
ers and D. J. Joyner. judgeu
Harnett (Seven Mile Post,) Smith's
Store, Geo, T. Smith, registrar; Geo. 'X.
Shepard and . Wm.Canadyr judges. .
Harnett (Seagate), Roger's Store, L..
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The FOWLER dULTIVATOR Makes More Bread for The Nation
' ' ' Directions for Operating Fia. 1
Io this form the Fowler Is used after plowing and ajrrowlng to prepare a seed
bed. All the tine soH slips between the upper and lowe: -lades, forming a seed bid
which is a perfect anulch. All clods, trasa or stones, unable to pass through the
narrow space between the upper and lower blades, slide along to the ends ot
the blades and are left in the middles between the rows. In doing this the pper
blades move Just above the surface cf the ground .nd act like fenders. No other
iftivnt(tr win nninm fmm the seri hed all clods, stones and trash and leave a
perfectly level surface consisting only of fine pulverised soil, in which to plant the
4:$. seed. The Fowler is also used in this for n, when run deep, to throw up , a raised
figure 1 la Operation
Kguu s .u Operation
seed bed, completing the bed at one trip through.-'
. - Direetloof for.'OperatIng'FIg. S t'V .
With the Plew Foot In the center removed the Pdwlerjs' used for early eultiva.
tion astride the row: barring off and cultivating both sides of the row at one trl
V throus-h. Bv tu oMnn nf the unnor Blades only fine pulverized sou is left on
either side of the growing plant. All grass and weeds are cut.oC and left on the
surface to die. The B'owlem leaves a perfectly leyel surface be hind It, entirely
fre rom little furrows which woiiid caiie washing during heavy ralas. In a -dry
season tbe fine dust mulch made by this Cultivator conserves the moisture and
plant food and yet offers an Ideal surface' for receiving even the slightest rainfall.
This work astride tbe row can be done with one horse by hitching to the side
Directions for Operating Fig. S
When plants becomo too large for cultivating astride the row a short Blade -ia
attached on the right to throw the line mulch prepnred by previous cultivation
to the roots of the growing planta in this case the Plow Foot is replaced and the
long Blade on the left destroys all weeds and further pulverizes the soil between the
rows. Note that tbe upper Blades are taken off for this work. As all , trash and
clods have been removed from the proximity of the plants by tho previous- cultiva
tions astride the row nothing is, now left within reach of the short Blade but a fine
dust mulch which Is thrown to tbe roots. The clods aud trash previously thrown
to tbe middles now slip over the Blade without leaving their place in tbe center be
tween tbe fows.
' , Directions for Operating Fig. 4
For late cultivation, to keep down the final growth of weeds and Tines and to
break the hard crust forming after rains, only the long lower Blades are used.
: These Blades move parallel to and above tne roots or the rop, wnicn toward ma
turity come close to tne surrace. xne uuiuvaior-.Bian.ss ao net injure cnepe roots
although completely destroying ail grass, weeds and tines. Other cultivators run
across tbe cron roots and deep enough to destroy many of them, making late cultj.
.ration with such tools Impossible. When crop, roots are damaged the energy of tne
-fruit, u is late cultivation which gives that final, complete maturity to the crop
so necessary to a maximum yield.
sloners of said county, in accordance of suitable .and permanent schocl
houses in said County, necessarv
the accommodation of the children
At said electton the ballots te-fe
ed and cast by said electors s:sa
have written or printeoVon them "Ys
public school bonds," or "Agate
public school bonds." All qualifiei
electors who are in favor of said
bonds shall vote "For public school
bonds," and all qualified electors wha
are nnnosed to said bonds shall . i
"Against" public school bonds."
For the purpose of this election as
authorized by the said act, the said
Board of Commissioners of New Han
over County do hereby order a new
registration for said election and the
following are designated as the poll
ing places in said townships, preciucts
and wards, and the 1 persons herein
namftd am annotated: registrars and
judges of said election in said town
ships, i prectnets and wards, to-wit
Cape Fear Township, Johnston s Store,
J. H. Jonnston, registrar; J.
ers and D. ,J. J ovner. luderes.
Harnett- Seven Mile Post,) Smiths
Store. Geo. T. Smith, registrar: ieo. T.
Shenard and Wm.Canadv. iudsres
Harriett (Seacate). Iloeer's Store, L.
Larkin, registrar; G. H. Kogers aud E.
L. Plttman. Judges.
Hsrnett, (Winter Park), Smith s Store
J. T.. Smith, registrar; A. H. Higlt and
F. A. Montgomery.
Masonboro, (Whiskey Creek), Lums
den's Store, polling; Walter iorne, reg
istrar: E. E. Southerland anu R. E. Uol-
Masonboro (Sunset Park). Basebill
Park. J. C. Loner, registrar;-W. E. Price
an,l J TT T.rJtrin. iudeea.
Fwlcrsl Point. T. J. Burnett's Place. I
J. Burnett, registrar: S. T. Keyes, and J.
A.1 Biddle Judges..
First Ward, Engine House, Fourth nd
Campbell, G. H. Davis, registrar; .
Mints and C. McD.Jones. ludees.
Second Ward, Court House, W. W. G?l-
loway, registrar; T. .A. Shepard and (
B. Appiewuue, -juages.
Third Ward. Glblem Lodsre. R. E. Blat
rerlstrar; Li. B. Svmmea and R. E. Wil
Fourth Ward, McClellan's Stables, Jr
J. Furlong, registrar; WiM. Peck aud &
L. Fox, Judges.
Flftb Ward (Precinct 1) Engine Hou.
Fifth and Castle Btreets, H. E. Foster, re?
istrar: AiL Ketchum and C. L. Barnes,
T.-i ft h Wq1 fPiw.int-4 'Riflfllp StM
Fifth and Castle streets." J. W. Gaflfori
regUtrar; ioa J. King and Henry He
Stlrth Wnril Mnnn A tV In arm and VTat
ters' Store, J. F. Mann, registrar: J
Worn hie sn1 Vnn Wnodeock. ludires.
The registration books of each townslyrj
precinct and ward shall be kept open .f
the veelstrstlon of electors twenty dan
itnMHIrir th Av or the rinse of the re?
leratlstn knnV. Vi.rninoftOT nmvidOlI. S"
Slav ATMnfo1 hatxv-AAn the hours nf I'"1
lu,t? A f '.nil aim .at rn ojirh flllV. he
ginning tbe 4th of April, 191S, and tw
said books shall be closed for ropistw
tiQLB on the second Saturday before '1
in im Rnturrlnv the 6th dav. of April. W
ri . AIM?
Figure a in OpersAlaa
Firura 4, In Oneration
A Strong Guaranty With Each Fowler It Will Do Mora Work and Better Th Am, DfW
Unless otherwise sneclfleii th wi- r i . . . . '. . - ' .
fne extra Short Blade shown in wii 'fP.1? ;ttcn tfiaajs wnicn,, oy meaos w -panqing wver, can m tttoi to; cut various widths.Drfrom 30 to 40 Inches.
msnea it preferred' ". jppea wiia every,. vuiuvar-or. .-J-wng w hviwi
shorter BlidM comtat width from 15 inches to1 45 inches will bs tor-
N. JACOBI HARDWARE CO., Solo Agent
10 and 12Front St..
and on Saturdar the 13th day of Aink
191S, and on Saturday the 20th ia ?
April, 1018. and on Saturday he
.1.. in.il mi th rert-tmrs shun al
t.nJ rrUh thatr rt tfatmtinn hooks at
-.111 nTA rt t-hair rooncrttve toWO,
ships, precincts and wards for the repi
tratlon of electors. The registrars snau
attend the pollin places of tbeir resp'
tfw town sb Ins. reoincts and wards
0..Jtr a-Aii:n 1 rt. t 1 1 T? . tO
wit, on the 4th of May, 1918, from the bo-ii
01 nine v. ai. uuni me uvm i ,,,
M-,when and where the said books
be. open to the inspection of tbe electon
or saia townsuip, precmci or ---any
of said electors shall be allowed
nMet' to the names aDDearing ou '
By order of the Board of Comlis0,'
ers jar New Hanover county.
April 2, 1918. '
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