BLISHIU) IIS I.S(i6.
NEWSPAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
WELDON, N. TIIUHHDAY. 0< TOUKU 9, UMi*.
Terms of SubscriDtion--$I.50 Per Annum
Children Cry for Fletcher’s
Kind You Have Alwayg Bought, and which haa bees
use for over over 30 yeart, bus borne the signature of
> and has been mude under his per
sonal supervisiun since its infancy.
Allow DO one to deceive you in this.
1411 Counterfeits* Imitations and ** Just-as-good ** are but
BXzperimentt that trifle with and endanger the health uf
I l&faats and Children—‘E»erience against Ezoeriment.
. What is CAStORIA
: Cutoria If a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
’ Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cuutaius
„ neither Opium, Sorphine nor other oarcotii; subBtauLi.
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty yeutii it had
' twea in constant use for the relief of Constipation, FIatul. i.>y,
’Wind Calic and Diarrhoea; allaying Ferertsbness urii>iu(,
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aiili
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and aUuial ble^p.
Ue Children's Panacea—The Hothtt’t Friend.
lUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Mother’s Cook Book
floucr thould be
^ In Use For Over 30 Years
2 The Kind You Have Always Bought
Best Faieni Flour
W. T. PARKER & CO.,
holesale Cash Store
WRLDON, N. C.
bn Lmber Millwori! Go.
Weldon, N. C.
tiding Material for Modern homes, Sash, Doors
pds. Mantels, Door and Window Screens*
MAUE TOORDKR ANU HKUlW.ARSTlKK SIZES.
Oood Materials. High Grade Workmanship Uur Slogan
By tradini; at home and
still be a booster for your
town ■ fUM
Many Bargains in Sum-
The very newest styles in Or);aMcllL‘.s
Qeorgettes and Crepe-de-Cliine.
We have a complete line of Ladies and
: Gentlemen’s Furnishings.
/i. L STAIHBACK, 1
The Busy Store, WELDON, N C
i|9>m[ Wi'W Wf'w ipi •ft Oft*
There is nothing more
appetizing than a slice of
our choice ham. We have
anything you may want
in the line of meats. All
Kinds Of Canned Goods
I GEOCERIES build up ihe .sysiem, siimulaie the brain, and
ncrease your capacity lo ihink. And righi thinking brings best re-
Our prices make you think. Call in to see us.
L. E. HULL,
A inoNt Huup whtoh lOHy
he iircpiirpii notl Rerve«l In Rhort onier
In on«' tifiinK » of pen soup put up
' l>y Rtty ko«hI Hnn. .Mix wltb u cmi of
t'ondeiiHt'tl milk, H<>n8on. heat and serve.
Fried Oyatert (Irwin).
llMe a pint of cnih nu'iit tu a do^i'U
oyi(((>rfi. Kxtruft the liquor from thtf
meat nn«1 chop vi>ry (Inc. Add the
Hame (|iiniitlty of )>n>ad rrundm which
have bt>»*n freshly Kniifd. \Vh«*n these
! tH'o InKri'dlentH i«re well mixed udil
) st'anoninn. roll Ihe oyNttTM In th)t< n))\
tiire, dip in egf;. then tn (TUnihH and
Naute lu hutter In a very hot pan.
Hull (tiie quiirt nf water aud two vup'
t'ulH tif KdKOf iuK**ther, then add a qi4<irt
j itf peadi and pulp. A«]d the ]ulc>
Almond Delight Pie.
Miike li rioli pasiiy tiiid Hue u pU
till. I>'lll with the fnllowlntf: Hlaiu-I
null Nhred tine or put tlimukth the lueiit
urliider one t iipful of ulmoiid»<. lu ti
<((U('epH(i p<i( <«ne cupful of xuffar, flMr
iind Hd<l II teiisiiooiiful of water. Vliiet
Ihe frylUK pan ov«*r a alow tire ant'
stir until the mixture turu» ii ^olilet
hruwii; then add the almonds ant
.stir It lirlskly until well mixed
»preail them ijulrkly t»ver Ihe hottoir
of the pastry. Kill the ahell with f
eustard, tiRlnt! three eRKs. two table
spoonfuls nf KUBiir and two eupfulK ol
milk. Hake \mtil the custard Is tlrm,
cover with a meringue tlavoriMl witb
alnion<l and Hi>rve cold.
Put a pound of lean veal and a quar
ter of a (Hiiind of hreakfaRt baooi
through the meat chopper. Add a teiv
epootiful of salt and a quarter of i
teaspoonful 4tf pepper. Presa In tial
cakes antJ fry In Imtter or bac<ui fat
Make a cream sauce in the pan It
which the sausage has been fried an<
serv^ with the meat.
Cheeie and Tomato Satad.
iV’pJ him! sIJce In rounda Jarjfe, flrn
lomatoes. Take fresh Aiiierlcaii chcest
iiid I'lit In rounds the sixe of the to
'’iiit«te<4, Place a slice of cheese he
<we«'u two Hllcea of tomato, spt-eadlui
•II each Hlu'e uf cheese a lltUi
i.a>iinnalse. Arrau^e od lettuce UDt
Will You Spend 50c. on Hat-Snu
To Save $11K)?
Out* lUc packai(t. riiii kill Mt ralH. 'I'lie
avmatre lal will roh you ol ) 10 a year lu
fffd. eluekH aud ptoperty .leslructiou.
' K Vr'JNAF IS'Icttdlylo lati t'lemales
i aftei kilhu); l.euves iiu smell, ('oines
I IQ caUe>- Katb mil pa>^s up meat,
1 irraiu, cheese lo I’eaai ou HAl SNAl’-
Thri'f St2P«, iVic.. VIC. anJ fl.
I Sold anil K^^f^^teedby Pierce-Wlule-
I head Hdw.t'o., Weldoo
Some men owe ail ihey have in
ihis world to others—and some
owe a loi more ihdn they have.
For Iniasts and Ctaildrea i|
In Use For Ovar 30 Years
‘ BMclMior't Optra Hou«e.
The logical deduction from many
so-ciilted siaiements of facts is fully
100 per cent.
Catan lial Ueafnesii Can't beCured
by local applieations, us they cannot
reach the diseased portion of tlie ear.
There is only one way to I'ure deafnesa,
and that is by constit' tional remedieii.
lieafnesH is causetl by uii lutlameil cun*
ditiou of the muonus lining ofllie Kub-
tac'hian Tube. When this tube is in-
flametl you have a rumbhiitf sound or
impel feet beariuy, an«l when itiiieutiie*
ly cluseil, heafufMsiK the result, andun*
less the iullammution can be taken out
aud this tube restored to its normal
condition, heann^rwill bedeatvuyed for*
ever; nine eases out often are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothinK but an )□-
Homed conUdion of ttie mucous sur>
We will K>vei)n« llundreil hollars for
any ease ofl>eafness(caused by catarrh)
that cannot be curetl by Mall’s a‘.arr h
Testimonials seot free. Price T.'i ceuta
per l>ottle. Sold by all druK^rists.
Hall’s Faroilv Pills Tor Constipatio
Family quarrels would not be
so bad if other families would keep
out of them.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Nanie "Bayer" is an G^nuint
laiitt on “Baver TableU of Atpirta*
ia a ^‘Bayer package/* containing proMr
directions tor Headache, Colds, Pain,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, nnJ RheuznatkRD.
Name “Bayer” meuns genuine Mpitia
preacrihed by physfciun^ for aioetan
years. Handjr tin bozei of 12 tabkU
«Mt few cents. Aapitin i« trade am
oi Bayar Manufacture of MoBoaoati**
Of all the Mags Hung to the breeze
In all ihe lands beneath the sun;
Of all the flags on ail the seas,
I claim but one, I love but one.
There may be other flags for some
Which seem to be of equal worth,
But as for me that flag spells “home”—
It is the dearest flag on earth.
1 love Old Glory most, because
No king can claim her as his own
And from her spring great eagle claws
When anyone suggests a throne.
Bapti/ed was she in bluod of men,
And consecrated by the teurs
Of braved though weepint; women, when
They sent iheir loved ones forth wiih cheers.
The men who raised thui Mug waged war;
They bled, ihey died wiihoui complaint;
They knew what they were fighting for;
They gave themselves without restraint.
And so it is that here and now
We hoist thee, old "Red, White and Blue,'’
And beneath ihy folds we vow;
“We’ll Kght for you; we love but you.”
WISELY FEATHERED NESTS
SslcB. N. C
18c a package
AMKLSare the most refreHhing, salislying cigarette you
smoked* Hill all yuur cigarette desires in a bunch,
then buy some Cauuis. them every taste>test and know
tur yuur uwii auUtt.><.11011 that in quality, tiavor, smooth*
budy and 111 many other deti^htful way» Came/s are jn a
Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domest 10 tobaccos. Y ou'll not only prefer this blend to either
kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you’ll appreciate the
remarkabk* full-bodieii mildness and smooth, refreshing
flavor it provides f Camels are a citiarette revelation f
Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only
perm/f you to siunkt^ HberaUy without tiring your
tast^ but leave no unpleasant ciguretty aftertaste or un
pleasant cigaretty odor!
Compare Camels with any cigarette
in the world at any price! You'll
prefer Camel quality to premiums,
coupons or gifts!
Take things as they come—then
call in a physician for further in
Where There’s A Baby on Farm
CAUED HER FAMILY
Six Tmvs Afo^ Hibldif Sb« Hfbt Die, Sajt Texas LadXf But Not#
She li a Well, Stroag Woau tnd Praiiea Cftrdai For
Rorst Cttr. Tax.—Mrt. Marr Kil>
ffiaa« of thla place, aaya; "Attar tha
birth of my llttla girl.. .1D7 slda com*
maaead to hart ma. I bad to g» back
to bad. Wa called tha doctor. Ra
traatad me...but I got no batter. I
got woraa aud woraa natU tha mlaarr
was unbaarable...! waa In bad for
thra* montha and auffarad aueh agony
that I waa juat drawn up in a knot...
I told ay hatband If ha would get
ma a bottle of Cardul 1 would trj It...
I oommanced taking It, howaTar, that
oTenlns I called my family about
ma... for I knew I eotild not faat
Manjr daya unlaaa I had a change for
tba bettar. That was alx year* ag(9
and 1 am attll here aod am a we!l»
strong woman, and 1 owe my life to
Cardul. I had oalr taken half tha
bottle when I began to feel batter.
The misery In my elde got leaa... ]
continued right on taking ihs Cardut
tintil I had taken three bottlea and I
did not need any more for I waa welt
and never felt better In my life... I
have never had any trouble from that
day to this."
Do you suffer from headache, back*
ache, palna In aides, or other dlacom*
forta, each month? Or do you SacI
weak, nervoua and fagged*out? If eo,
glva Cardui. tha woman’s tonic, a
trial. J. 7}
Calomel is .1 dang:erous drug, ft Is
mercury—i^mcksilver; and attacks your
bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel to*
da>' and you will teel weak, sick and nau
seated tomorrou'. Don’t lose a day's
Take “Dodson’s Liver Tone” Instead!
tny jinanintep! .\«k yoiir
druggist for a bottlv uf Dodsun't
Llvpv Tr>nf> nn<l tfikf a Rpoonful to-
uiglii ii it dueHu’t Sturt yuur liv«r
and you right up better
than calonipl and without griping ur
making you aick I fvont you to ^0
bni'k to tli(^ .'ttore and get your niODey,
Take a spoonful of harmless, vege
table Podfion'B Liver Tone tonight and
wakt* lip feeling-greut. It’* perfectly
harnde**. no gh'c it to your children
any time. It can’t salivate, so l*^
them eat «ujythiog oftarwarda.
L & M SEMI-PASTE PAINTS
BBST THAT CAN BB MADE
Cott to you $3.2S a QftUon when made ready to um
MCCNWMCNDEO BY tATItFlID USCM FOR OVBR 40VKAIIS
Obtain COLOR CARO from our Agenta or
LONOMAN A MARTIMBZ Mamiffactmrv Naw Y«rfc
iret insult* tla* lioutu-—louk out Hut-
kill lufautN—hitiiitr tlii'in ■» not tiiiusuiil
.NurMiOir liulll^M uiirui'i lutn iSiaki* i
oukf ui' UA'l'-SN .A I'uixl tliioA it aruiiiid
it \\ilUurelyi>a yuuul'lat^ aiul inuv
Sizf**. .-rfii*. au.i^l-
SoUl aiiil tfuuraut«'«‘il liy ri»‘ii‘t*.\V!iit.
lirttd iMH.ro., VV<.J<Jo:..
Unless a man has iruc faiiti he
never calls for 4 second plate nf
"These Kats Wouldn't eat My best
Urain,'' Saysi Hred Lamb.
It H hartl tu kfep ruts uui ol u ltn >i
Hture. Trieil fur y«ai!4 \ iu‘iifltburiiiL'
Hture 8ul(l me Hum** K.\TSN.M‘. It
Morkeil wuiiiU'rN. liHtliered up dfml
ralH every muruinir. HouglitmureliA'l'
JiXAl*. Haveu’t a lat uow Tlu-^
wouldn't eat my t)e>>t ^raiu Mheu
threw R.vr-.‘5AAi' arouml.”
TIueeHuea. Jac.. riitti. audfl.
SulU aud guuiauteed bv I'ieice-Wliitc
head Hardnaif * u., Weiduii.
New ihinfs (o ea( are being dis
covered daily—seemingly fur the
purpose ot adding lu the high cosi
■A little guying iudiciuusly ud-
ministered often makes a weak
CASTOR I A
Too ofien when a man iries 10
pinch others he hurts himself.
Pierce-Whitehead Hardware Co
Friends That Never Fall
MOTHER’S love for the little one
never fails. The constant, steady
heat of this remarkable heater is a
never failing friend when economy and
even heat day and night arc a necessity.
It pays to investigate.
Cole’s Original Hot Blast
tURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL
Why Not Cut Your Fuel Bill In Half
Thift Wintsr? You Can Easily Do It
With This Croat Fual-
Savlng Hoator. Act
Telit How Lydia E.Pinkham's
Reitored Her Health.
Philadelphia, Pa.—“1 waavetyweak,
alwaya tired, my back ached, and 1 felt
sickly moat of the
time. 1 went to a
doctor aod he aaid
1 had nervoua indi-
gestioo, which ad
ded to my weak
condition kept mo
worrying moat of
the time and he
aaid if I could not
atop that, 1 could
Lydia E. Pinkham’i
pound my huaband wanted me to try it
I took it fora week and felt a littl0 Bet
ter. 1 kept it up for three montha, and
I feel fine and can eat anything now
w i thout ^a treaa or narvoaaneaa. ”—Ura.
J. WoRTHLiNB, 2^ North Taylor St,
7%e majority of motbera oowadaya
overdo, there are ao many demmoda
uponthair time and atrength; the reault
k invariably a weakenad, run-down,
nervoua coi>utioD with hMdiaebaa, b^ck-
aehc, irriUbUity wd dapceaaioQ—and
eoort noro aanosa .aDmeata daraky^
II Ic at ea<^p«rioda In life that LydU &•
Pinkfaain't vegatable Componnd will
restore a oonnal beatttiy eooditioD, aa
it did to Mn. Wovthline.
See This Heater At Our Store
You are invited to open an! account with the
BA/UK OF EHFIELD, .
E/IFIELD, /I. 0.
B I Per Cent, allowed in the Savings Depart-
I ment Compounded Quarterly.
YUU can bank by mail
See me when in need of the above insurance and
get protection from the leading; companies of
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