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KILLING AT SWANSEA.
Man Dead anrf- Woman Seriously
Swansea, S. C., April 17. Stroman
Hampton was shot by Tillman Pinck
ney just outside Swansea late Satur
day., afternopa, and died, at 9 o'clock
list night. Tillman used a singls
barrel shotgun and shot Hampton Ave
times. He also shot at his wife twice,
the last time the load entered the
back and shattered the spinal col
umn. She is paralyzed below the
wound" and was carried to a hospital
in Columbia. All the parties are ne
groes. ' ' !i
WIL LBRIDGE SALUDA.
Lexington County to Erect Two
Structures Over River.
Lexington, S. C, April ,17 At the
last session of the legislature an act
"Was passed empowering and authoriz
ing the county board of commission
ers of Lexington county to issue and
Bell $50,000 of bonds for the purpose
of building -two steel bridges over Sa
luda river, one west of the Wyse steel
bridge and one east of it. Supervisor
Corley and his board will probably
soon begin on this work. These two
Btructu.resover the Saluda river will
,6dd greatly to the convenience of the
people on both sides of the river.
TO FORT SCRIVEN.
Next Quota from South Carolina Goes
Columbia, S. C, April 17. South
Carolina is called upon to furnish 289
men, under the latest call, to be sent
to Fort Scriven, Ga., during the" five
day period beginning May 1. v
Only white met physically qualified
for general military service are in
cluded. Veterans Met.
Laurens, S. C, April 17. The an
. nual reunion of the survivors of three
Laurens county companies that par
ticipated in the War Between the Sec
tions was held Saturday at the Gray
Court-Owings School. The three
companies that jointly hold these an
nual reunions are-: ' Company G.
Laurens Briaas), Third Regiment;
Company. E, . Fourteenth Regiment,
and Company E, Third Battalion. All
had representatives at that meet
ing. A noteworthy fact of the re
union Saturday was the presence of
three original officers of Company G,
-Third Regiment, these being Col. J.
5T. Brown of Anderson, Dr. H. P.
Griffith of Limestone College, and
Capt. A. C Owings of Gray Court.
Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C, April
17. Two brothers- in the One Hun
dred and Nineteenth Infantry. Corp.
Thomas J. Thorne and Private Jesse
tences for . desertion. The former
?vas given 20 years at hard labor, and
the latter 15 years. .. Both to serve
at Fort Jay, N. Y. The" brothfers were
IXrom North Carolina and were ap
prehended at . separate points' in that
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When You Give
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1 07 Princess Street
NEW YORK LETTER.
(Special ' Correspondent of The Dis
4 ' patch).
New York, . ApriL . 17. Some little
With a bulging forehead.
Receding chin. ..
And tortoise glasses. ,
And Camouflaged brain.
Has invented a new jag.
Made out of coal-tar. ,
All you have to do.
Is smear a bunch of it.
Into a brazier.
Cook out a dose of joy juice.
Cuddle up in a little bunk.
Inhale the magic fumes.
And be .translated.
Into the realms.
Of Oriental houris.
And there are no. '
"Next morning" effects.
And it does away.
With spending a week's pay.
Dining a chorus girl.
Salving the gareon.
Bribing the maitre d'hotel.
Dodging the wife.
Buying your hat back again.
From the Count at the portcullis.
Scrapping with the taxi magnate.
And things like that.
The new jag is known.
As benzyle bensolate.
And benzyle boozeries.
Will soon spring up.
All over Broadway.
A man can . go out.
And get .enough of it.
To make him pay hia rent.
Or buy his wife a hat.
Or something else.
And all it costs.
Is two cents.
The price of a stamp.
Before tne war.
I'm going to take.
Half, of my day's pay.
And buy a double dose.
And then go down.
And take a running jump.
At the fellow who sold me.
One of those little.
Trick cigar lighters.
And ki,ck him in the wishbone.
I've been laying for him.r
For six months.
But I never could.
Get up enough courage.
He looks rough.
SACRED ROAD AS
Parsi, April 17. Already the
French Government has decided on a
memorial that will worthily represent
to the ages to come the grandeur and
the horror of the present world-war.
It is to take the form of a "sacred
road" stretching four hundred miles,
from the coast of Flanders to far
Alsace, along the line on which for
three years and more the contending
hosts ThaW"faced each- other in grim
battle. . . . . ss
Planted on each side with forest
trees, the memorial road is to grow
year by year, century- - by r century,
into an undying and perpetual monu
ment which Nature herself shall
raise in everlasting commemoration
of the war.
In the woods at either side the
countless heroes who have given up
their lives for "humanity will sleep
their last sleep in graves kept beauti
ful hands. Thus within this long and
narrow woodland belt will be pre
served the whole majesty, the whble
terror, the sacrifice, and abomination
of war as a memorial and a lesson to
the generations to come.
Already active preparations are
being made for the commencement
of the scheme. By direction of the
French government, aided by the co
operation of patriotic societies and in
dividuals, a million young trees have
been collected, and when peace at
last comes to the world, this sacred
road will spring puickly into being.
A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBIT.
Winners at Whiteville Butter and
(Special to The Dispatch.)
Whiteville, April 17. The cheese
and butter exhibit and Liberty Loan
meeting held in Whiteville Friday,
April 12, proved a success. Weather
being favorable, many attended the
meeting from all parts of the county.
Those exhibiting butter and cheese
an their scores are as follows:
Mrs. R. W. Scott, Jr., Bolton, 91.5
per cent.; Mrs. J. M. Smith. White
ville, R. F. D., 90; Mrs. A. M. Benton,
evergreen, 90; Mrs. I: M. Powell. Fak-
Bluff, 90; Mrs. P. M. Seares, White-
vine, 90; Mrs. John Ammons, White
ville, 90; Mrs. J. L. Memory. White
ville, 85; Mrs. I. T. Newton. White
ville, 84; Mrs. A. O. Floyd, Fair Bluff,
y; Mrs. r. w. Boege, Chadbourn, 89;
Miss Josie Stradel, Clarendon. 89.5.
Cottage Cheese Mrs. A. G. Floyd
Fair Bluff, 91.6" per cent.; Mrs. A. M.
Benton, Evergreen, 91; Mrs. F. W,
Boege, Chadbourn, 85.
Lucy Larcom Anniversary.
Boston, Mass.. Anril 17. T.itdarv
societies of New England reraiipri tn-
aay as tbe twenty-fifth anniversary
of tbe death of Lucy Maronm
poems neipea to stir the patriotic en
inusiasm or tne nation durinr tii
Civil War period. Miss Larcom was
a native and lifelong resident of
Massachusetts, with the exception of
an interval of a few years dur
ing which she taught school in. Il
linois. It was while she was em
ployed as a factory girl in Lowrtl
that her literary talent came unirer
the notice of John Greenleaf Whit
tier, the famous poet, whose editor
and collaborator she subsequently be
came. Georgia Medical Convention.
Savannah, Ga., April 17. Many
prominent physicians and surgeons of
Georgia, members of the Georgia
Stafci Medical Society, assembled
here annual session today. The
discussion nf wTtlm . .
---- Vv.Ui, vi'-'oieius oi m
'tZ medical Profession occt
------ -r - piuiession o
Pie .4rs-i part of the prozraaau
THIS MAN GOULD NOT RESIST
TEMPTATION OF LUSCIOUS PIE
Mince, .Pumpkin or Berry, They Were AH Strong Favorites
With This Pevotee Of The Great American Dessert. But,
When He Ate Pie Things Immediately Began To Happen.
" There; ar .few men who will not
admit an Irresistible 'weakness for
pie. It begins in childhood, when
the stomach and digestion are in per
fect working order and, In some
cases, this fondness for pie grows
stronger in later years, when the di
gestive apparatus has grown weaker
and trouble begins. S. W. Greenway,
a clerk at the Gierach Hotel. Ral
eigh, has conquered all the difficul
ties of pie eating and tells how he ac
"I will frankly admit that I am not
happy when you deprive me of pie,
but - for two years we have been
strangers. My stomach got into such
a condition that merely looking at a
piece of pie would sicken me and
cause my stomach to turn, flip-flops.
That was not only true of pie, but
nearly everything else In the food
line had about the same effect and my
condition became so "bad that I al
most wished that I was dead. That
THE FOREIGN TRADE
COUNCIL TO MEET
Cincinnati, O., April 17. The pro
gram for the Fifth National Foreign
Trade Convention, which Is to meet
in this city under the auspices of the
National Foreign rade- Council, re
ceived its finishing touches today, and
everything is in readiness for the be- i
ginning of the. convention proceedings
The convention, which will continue
in' session three days, has for its spe
cial object the discussion of America's
foreign trade and its part in winning
the war. With this purpose in view
hundreds of delegates,- representing
boards of trade and commercial bod
ies in all sections of the country, are
arriving in the' city in readiness tor
the opening of the convention.
During each of the three days of the
convention there will be general ses
sions at which the speakers wiil in
clude some of the foremost business
men, financiers, statesmen and econo
mists of the nation. In addition to
the general sessions the program pro
vides for numerous side conferences
for the discussion of the main thame
in its relation to separate businesses
Among the subjects slated to re
ceive the attention of the convention
are thet following: A permanen
American merchant marine; after war
conditions and how to meet them;
education for foreign trade; elimina
tion of economic waste; the problem
of raw materials; the right to co
operate and methods of co-operation;
concentration and conservation; the
record of accomplishment since the
beginning of the war in building
ships, in organizing railroads, in
finance, and in chemicals, textile, lum
ber, steel and other industries.
New England to Hear Daniels.
Boston, Mass., April 17. Secretary,
of the Navy Daniels is to begin a
speechmaking tour of New England
tomorrow in behalf of the third L
erty Loan bond issue. Hi3 first
speech is to be delivered in New Ha
ven tomorrow night. From New Ha
ven he will come direct to Boston to
participate in the Patriots Day cele
bration on Friday. His itinerary after
eavmg Boston will include Manches
ter, N. H Providence, R. I., and one
or two other New England points.
The war is costing Australia over
$400,000,000 a year.
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N. JACOBI H ARD
is tne shape I was in when a friend
called my -attention to Peplac and
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thankful that I did because it has not
only relieved me of all the pain that
I formerly suffered, but it has also
enabled me to again indulge in my
favorite ..pastime eating., pie. I can
eat breakfast now; have no more
pains and that nervous feeling has
entirely left Tne. Tepla'e certainly did
the work for. me and I sincerely wish
that everyone who is similarly trou
bled would take it and gain relief as
Here is the appreciation of a man
who has "had his stomach restored
and with It' the ability to eat. When
this function is impaired a person is
sure to go down In health and it
should receive "immediate attention.
Peplac may be , bought in Wilming
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sold by all enterprising druggists in
Wilmington and vicinity Adv.
As Sunday baseball is permitted in
Waterbury, New Haven, Bridgeport
and Providence, the Eastern league
will be able to schedule Sunday
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invest your money with Uncle
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it away from you later?
Be practical. Look squarely at
the facts. We will either invest
our money with Uncle . Sam now,
at good interest rates, to help
him win this war, or we will give
it up later to pay Germany's war
cost and as much more as Ger
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W ARE COMPANY
By virtue of the power of sale contain
ed ift 6 certain mortgsfe deed . made by
Jehn J. Furlong and wife to tne Wilming
ton Homestead and Loan Association, bear
ing date April 0tb, and duly .register
ed oft the records f New Hanover County
in Book 89, page 43, the undersigned wiii
sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bid
der, for cash, at the Court House door In
tbe City of Wilmington, on Monday, the
29th day of April, 1918, at twelve o'clock
M., the following described property in
the City of Wilmington:
1st: BEGINNING at a point In the
Soofnern line of Meares Street 114 feet
West from Western line of. Third Street;
rung thence Westwards with said South
ern line of Meares Street 38 feet; thence
Southwardly parallel with Third Street
110 feet; thence ,Eastwardly parallel with
Meares Street 38 feet; thence Northwardly
Parallel with Tliir Street 110 feet to
2nd: BEGINNING at a point In the
Western line of Second Street 491-2 feet
North from the Northern line of Martin
Street; rung thence Northwardly- with the
Western line of Second Street 49 1-2 feet;
thence Westwardly parallel with Martin
Street 100 feet; thence Southwardly paral
lel with Second Street 49 1-2 feet ; thence
Eastwandly parallel with Martin Street
100 feet to the Beginning.
This March 29th, 1918.
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, .
By JOHN D." BELLAMY & SON,
3-2930 day Attorneys.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained in a certara mortgage deed made
by Marshall H. Hill and wife to the Wil
mington Homestead and Loan Association,
bearing date October 3rd, 1918, and duly
registered on the records of New Han
over County in Book 89, page 577, the unr
der signed will sell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at 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 point in the Eastern line
t Dickinson Street 99 feet South of South
Am line of Gwynn Street; runs thence
Southwardly with Eastern line of Dickin
son Street 33 feet; thence Eastwardly par
allel with Gwynn Street 132 feet; thence
Northwardly parallel with Dickinson Street
33 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,
By virtue of the power of sale contain
ed in a certain mortgage deed made by
Stacy Adams to 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 selfc at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, on Monday, the
29th day of April, 1918, at twelve o'clock
M., at the Court House door in the City
of Wilmington, the following- described
property situate in the City of Wilming
ton: BEGINNING at a point in the Northern
line of Nixon Street 30 feet West from
its intersection with the Western line of
Eighth Street; Tunning thence Northward
ly parallel with Eighth Street 60 feet;
thence Westwardly parallel vn'th Nixon
Street 120 feet ;thence Southwardly paral
lel with Eighth Street 60 feet to North
ern line of Nixon Street; thence 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,
SPECIAL TAX ELECTION.
By virtue of the power and authority
contained In Chapter 71 of the Public
Laws of 1911, the Board of Education
of the County of New Hanover having
duly petitioned the Board of Commis
sioners of said county, in accordance
with said act, order an election to
be held in said County of New Han
over to ascertain the will of 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 senooi fund o said county,"
the Board of Commissioners of New
Hanover County do hereby order that
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 or ten cents on tne siuu.uu vaiuarion
of property and thirty cents on each poll
to supplement the county school fund of
At said election the ballots tendered and
cast by the qualified electors shall have
written or printed on them, "For Special
Tax," or, "Against Special Tax" all quali
fied electors who are in favor of said spe
cial tax shall vote "For Special Tax,", and
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 Commissioner of New 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, Johnston'e Store,
J. H. Johnston, registrar; J. .W. Wind
ers and D. J. Joyner, Judge.
Harnett (Seven Mile Post,) Smith's
Store, Geo. T. Smith, registrar; Geo. T.
Shepard and Wm.Canady, Judges. .
Harnett (Seagate), Roger's Store, L.:
Larkin, registrar ; G. H. Rogers anc
L. Pittman, Judges.
Harnett, (Winter Park), Smith's Vfr,
T. T.. Smith, registrar; A. H. High
F. A. Montgomery, judges. an4
Masonboro-. (Whiskey Creekk t
den's. Store, polling; Walter Horne r -istrar;
E. E. .Southerland and K y' u8'
lis, Judges. V Hi-
Masonboro (Sunset Park), Rt,,
Park. J. C. Long, registrar; v. i; wf"
ami J. H. LeGwin, Judges. ' ric
Federal Point,' T. J. Burnett's Vhr
J. Burnett, registrar;- S. T. Keyes, anfl t
A. Biddle, Judges. m J
First Ward, Engine House, Fourth
Campbell, G. H. Davis, registrar- y T
Mintz and C. McD.Jones, Judges. li
Second Ward, Court House, W. w r i
loway, registrar; T. A. Shepard aid o
B. Applewhite, Judges. u
Third Ward, Giblem Lodge, E. E Blsv.
registrar;; L. B. Symmes and E. w,
liams, Judges. ' w
Fourth Ward, McClellan's Stable tni
J. Furlong, registrar; W. M. Peck 7'
R. L. Fox, Judges. na
Ftfth Ward (Precinct 1) Engirt n0.
Fifth and Castle streets, H. E. Foster re
istrar; A. H. Ketchum and C. L. Band"
Fifth Ward (Precinct 2), Biddlp stor.
Fifth and Castle streets, J. W. Gaffon!
registrar; Sion J. King and Henry
Sixth Ward, Mann, Atkinson and r,t
ters Store, J. F. Mann, registrar: J h
Womble and Van Woodcock, udrrS.
' The registration books of each to.vnsMn
precinct. and ward shall be kept oppn tyl
the - registration of electors tt went - dav
preceding the day .for tbe close nf thy re'
istration books hereinafter provide!
day excepted, between the hours r.f rin"
o'clock A. M. and sunset on o:i h rl-n-ginning
the 4th of April. 191S. and V'a
books shall be closed for reist.-nti ni i
the second Saturday before the elet-ti,Jn
wit, on the 27th of April, 191S, and on Sat
urday the 6th day of April, Ml. a,,, " '
Saturday the 13th day of April, ioi-; .in'i
on. Saturday the 20th dav of April 'i'm
and on Saturday the 27th day of ' Wji'
1918, the registrars shall attend with tWr
registration books at the pollin? places of
their respective townships, pivcinrts an.
wards for the registration of elector-; l
registrars shall attend the polling piacP,
of their re'specrfve townships, precincts -lurf
wards on the Saturday preceding the pW
tion, to-wit: on the 4th of Mar, 191 from
the hour of nine A. M. until the hour of
three P. M., when and where the galj
books will be open to the Inspection of tha
electors of said township, precinct or
ward and any of said electors shall b
allowed to object to the names appearlnc
on said books. fc
By order of the Board of Comnssloners
of New Hanover County.
April 2, 1918.
t ' W- A- McGIRT.
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION.
By virtue of the power and direct
ion contained in Chapter 477 of the
Public Local Laws of North Carolina,
passed at its 1917 session, due and
proper request having been made to
the Board of Commissioners of New
Hanover by the Board of Education
of New Hanover County, as required
by said act, the Board of Commis?ion
ers of New Hanover County do here
by give notice that a special election
is called and will be held between the
hours of sunrise and sunset on the
8th day of May, 1918, for the purposa
of submitting to the qualified elec
tors of said county, the question,
'"Shall New Hanover County issue its
coupon bonds, not to exceed the sum
of $250,000.00 and levy a special tax
for public school improvements in
Said county," in order to provide for
the erection, construction and repair
of suitable and permanent school
houses in said Countv. necessary for
f the accommodation of the children o!
At said election the baliots tier
ed and cast by said electors Sh&
have written or printed on them "Fot
public school : bonds," or "Against
public school bonds." All qualified
electors who are in favor of said
bonds shall vote "For public school
bonds," and all qualified electors who
are opposed to said bonds shall vote
"Againsf. public school Donas.
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 tha
following are designated as tne poll
ing places in said townships, precincts
and wards, and the persons nerein
named aro appointed registrars and
judges of said election in said town
ships, precincts ana waras, io-wij.
Cape Fear Townsnip, Jonnston s siore,
J. H. Johnston, registrar; J. W. Wind
ers and D. J.' Joyner, judges.
Harnett (Seven Mile rost) sum"
Store, Geo. T. Smith, registrar; Geo. 1.
Shepard and Wm.Canady, judges
Harnett (Seagate), Roger's Store, L.
Larkin. registrar: G. H. .Rogers and
L. Pittman, judges.
Harnett, (Winter Park), Smith s More,
J. T.. Smith, registrar; A. H. High and
F. A. Montgomery.
Masonboro, (Whiskey Creek), Lums
den's Store, polling; Walter iiorne, reg
istrar; E. E. Southerland anu R. E. Mol
Masonboro (Sunset pars), isaseoau
Park. J. C. Long, registrar; W. B, Price
and J. H. LeGwin, judges.
Federal Point, T. J. Burnett's Place. T.
J. Burnett, registrar; S. T. Keyes, uud J.
A. Biddle Judges..
First Ward. Engine House. Fourth ana
Campbell, G. H. Davis, registrar; W, &
Mintz and C. McD.Jones, judges.
Second Ward, Court House, w. W. uaw
loway, registrar; T. .A. Shepard and 0
B. Applewhite, Judges.
Third Ward, Giblem Lodge,, R. B. Blak?,
registrar; L. B. Symmes and: B. E. Wil
Fourth Ward, McClellan s Stables, Jno.
J. Furlong, registrar; W.M. Peck and B
L. Fox, judges.
Fifth Ward (Preoinct 1) Engine HouH.
Fifth and Castle streets? H. E. Foster, reg
istrar; A. H. Ketchum and C. L. Barnes,
1 od ffpfl
Fifth Ward (Precinct 2), Biddle Store,
Fifth and Castle streets, J. W. GafforJ,
registrar; Sion J. King and Henry He
lett. judges. . .
Sixth Ward, Mann, Atkinson and al
ters' Store, J. F. Mann, registrar; J.
Womble and Van Woodcock, judges.
The registration books of each township,
precinct and -ward shall be kept open .or
the registration of electors twenty any
preceding the day or -the close of the re
istration books hereinafter provided, huj.
day excepted, between the hours of iiw
o'clock A. M. and sunset on each day, t"
ginning the 4th of April, 101S, and tn
raid books shall be closed for registra
tion on the second Saturday bpf?,re
election, to-wit, on the 27th of April, l.n ,
an on Saturday the (5th day of April, i.'in
and on Saturday the 13th day of April.
1018, and on Saturday the 'JOth day oi
April, 1018, and on Saturday the .tn
day of kpril, 191S, the registrars shall at
tend with their registration books at tn
polling places of their respective t0"
ships. precincts and wards for the rejn -trnHnn
of electors. The registrars sjau
attend the polling places of their respec
tive townships, precincts and wards "a
the Saturday preceding the election, to
wit, on the 4th of May, 1918, from the hour
of nine A. M. until the hour of three l
M.t when and where the said books iii
be open to the inspection of the electori
of said township, precinct or ward and
any of said electors shall be allowed to
object to. the joames appearing on
books. . :
By order of the Board of Commission
ers of New Hanover County. -
Atril 2. 1918.
t. W. A. McGIRT. -