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rERS SPECIAL SLEEPERS (cars at the Union Station m. Wilmlngw
ihe talSton of Sudan Temple - ! 7?M The fare
rth" Wednesday. November ! WlU be 3'00 for te rouncx trip. Dia-
e' m' ' .- crams have hfn nn.
special sieeper, or two jr nec-i - Z7,it-f .J 18 --
' ...,n hn parked in Union Station 1 ?anJ th4t. those cbntelnrtalmHhV!
lmincton Tuesaay mgnt, xNovem-' r men uames at me earliest!
. II in r 1 inn r I m MH
and 'a' be occupiea at and . r , "v"""5 xuument witn either of the
I llV(io p. m. iuey. wmue aiiacn- " r-;$v.- rnone 143.
mipcial train paseiug .tiuuiu6iuui . - ivyrruvi' a
'-in Wednesday morning oer-i . . ' ., '
Temple
FIRST TIME IN FIFTY YEARS
.V PAGE SEVEN
bers of Oasis
of i
All great things Sre brnot silence.
Martineau. '-
I cannot deny the oft-repeated
charge of being young. Youth is an
unearned possession of which I am
L passengers may remain in the! rather glad Victor Grayson, M. P.
.. i ...ill In Mat Xx.
if111 ' . .. , , ,
f)1) a in. lieturnmg me cars wm
i.., norl-Pfl at NfiW Rpto fni-
if ami atter au:uu p. m. wed-
an
,1 will leave there at mid-
EflT LESMEftT
If BUCK HURTS
Washington, .p. C., Nov. 7. The; was upon his suggestion that many Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kid-
Big
Peatiires
thpusands .of National Guardsmen en
camped along the Mexican border ar&
to exercise their rights of franchise
today, notwithstanding the fact that
in most , instances they are hundreds
of miles away from their legal voting
residence. Tne' most or them have;
been enabled to exercise the right to
vote by special act of the legislature
of their respective states. When it
became evident that a large part of
the troops would be able to return
home before election day, the legisla
tures in many of the states were hur
riedly summoned in special session to
enact such laws as would permit of
the "absent voting." In most cases
commissioners have been assigned to
the various commands in the field,
whose duty it will be to see that the
qualified voters among the troops are
supplied with the regular ballots of
their respective states and districts,
and to superintend the casting of the
ballots and their return to the proper
officials.
The -states have made no provision
of the checks and restraints1 under
which the Guardsmen vote today were
made ;
The question of whether soldiers in
the field should vote was-brought up
in the presidential campaign of 1S64
and General Grant was consulted by
neys if Bladder Bothers
You.
Eating meat regularly eventually pro
duces kidney trouble in some form or
"other, ?;avs a well-nown authority, be
cause th& uric acid in meat excites the
Secretary of War Stanton as to the "w uvCIuiacu
advisability of allowing the soldiers sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of
tn At that limp thR PVprnjso distress, particularly bacKache and mis-
ery in me muney region; rneumatic i
It is easy to see why this
roadster enjoys such a
remarkable sale.
of the right of suffrage by army men i
in tlie field was a "novel thing." In
a letter to the Secretary of War from
City Point, Va., General Grant went
on record as favoring the plan to per-1
mit the soldiers to vote, and set forth
numerous excellent reasons. He al
so exhibited foresight in ths checks
and restraints with which he urged
that the process should be guarded. !
Fourteen of the states authorized
their troops to vote in the election
which was held Nov. 8, 1864. The vot
ing passed off very qu.'etly in the
camps.- Every soldier was allowed
freedom in the choice of candidates,
and it is said that no election has
ever been conducted with greater fair-
for wiring the returns from the border , ness-
twjnges, severe headaches, acid stom
ach, constipation, torpid v liver, sleep-J
lessness, bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from any good, pharmacy;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast, for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
Iithia, and has been used for. genera
tions to flush clogged kidneys and stim
ulate them to normal activity; also to
neutralize the acids in the urine so it
no longer irritates, t'ms ending blad
der disorders.
I Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
Of The
Corn
Show
and in m6st cases the official results
will not be known until the returns
The total vote counted as r, result makes a delightful effervescent lithia- j
of that campaign, including both the water drink which millions of men and I
are received by mail or brought home home and the army votes, was 4,166,- women take now and then to keep the j
by the special commissioners. Con-! 5:J7, and Mr. Lincoln's plurality was kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus
j tests in some of the states and in , 494,567. The soldiers' vote in favor avoiding Serious kidney disease. Advt.
j many of the congressional districts ' ot Mr. Lincoln over Mcoieuan was in
It represents a happy combina
tion of smartness and utility.
Itis light and fast, the weight
being only 2150 pounds. The
wide, deep seats and the angle
at which they are tilted encour
age comfort. Luggage room is
unusually generous.
are expected to be close and the ex
I act standing of some of the candidates
j may not be definitely known until
! after the soldier vote is counted.
the proportion of more than three to .
one. The army votes of Kansas, Min-'
nesota and Vermont, which arrived
too late to be counted, and certain I
It is estimated that there are be-1 votes rejected for informality in Wis
consin, would have brought up the
total to about 4,175,000, and Mr. Lin
coln's majority to a number in excess
of half a million. Under the circum
stances, with Lincoln such a popular
favorite over McClellan, , the army
Nevertheless, it is easily conceivable j vote played no signincant part m tne
that the soldier vote might have a de- j results of the election, even though
tween 50,000 and 100,000 qualified vot
ers among the troops stationed along
the Mexican border and in the various
camps. A hundred thousand votes
more or less has made little differ
ence in recent National elections.
Spectacles or Eye Glasses
ELECTION NIGHT, NOV. 7TH
Leased Wire Service For Its
Patrons. No Extra Admission
Charged.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH
Industrial Parade Surpassing
Anything of The Kind Ever Seen
in Wilmington.
See The Agricultural Exhibits
From Nine Counties. Many New
Attractions.
Everybody
ADMISSION:
Is Inter este
Adults 15 Cents
Children 10 Cents
Space Donated By J. M. Solkj.
It will pay you to visit us and examine this car
.The gasoline consumptions unusually low.
The tire mileage is-unusually. higbr .
The price of the Touring Car or Roadster
complete is $785 (f..o. b. Detroit.)
The price of the Winter Touring Car or Roadster complete
including regular mohair top is $950 (f. o. b. Detroit.)
W. J MacMillan, Jr.
108 North Second Street. Phone 345.
cisive bearing on the fate of more
than one candidate in states and dis
tricts where the results are exceed
ingly close.
This is the first time since the Civil
War that soldiers have voted on the
field. General U. S. Grant played a
prominent pcirt in winning the vote
for the National Guardsmen doing ser-
We haveShell rim and bows of beau
ty and elegance, made to meet the j
mode. Come in and see them. WE
will save you money.
Spectacles or eye glasses correctly
there were at 'least half a million sol
diers in the field
Although General Grant was large
ly instrumental in securing the ballot fitted to your eyes or ?1 00 up
rignt3 tor tne soldiers, ne nimseu aia
not have an opportunity to vote at the
election, as his state (Illinois) had
made no provision for allowing her
soldiers at the front to cast their bal-
vice in the fiell at that time, and it ! lote.
ONLY POWERFUL
I It would taKe seventeen guardian
J angels and half a dozen policemen to
irninilir mil i run I keep some men out of trouble. Ex-
MEDIGlNt WILL END I change.
I.
RHEUMATISM
j It matters not whether you have had
j aqnizing pains Trom rheumatom' f or
j 20ryear or distressing twitchinr;s 'for
I 20 weeks, Rheuma is strong encugh
: and mighty and powerrm enough to
drive rheumatic poisons from yovr
' body and abolish all misery or money
j back.
' R. R. Bellamy and all druggists sell
Rheuma on a no-cure-no-pay basis for ' and wife. Minnie C. Newton for the sum
: not more than 50 cents a bottle, and j w;th interest from the 1st day of October,
I after you take a half teaspoonful once i 1S"3, nn'l apinst defendants i. T. Flynn
... , . . , , and W. J. Flynn for the sum of Six Thous-
a day for two days you should know ami ($6,f00.) Dollars, -with interest from
State of Kori:h Carolina,
County of New Hanover,
In Superior Court.
Fall Term, 1916.
NOTICE.
American Bank and Trust Company
i- ... .vs. .... .
Alexander Newton and wife. Minnie C. Jfev.
ton, G. T. Flynn and VV-. J. Flynn. and
Southern National Bank of Wilmington,
N. C.
The defendants. Alexander Newton and
wife. Minnie C. Newton. G. T. Flynn and
W. J. Flynn .will take notice that an action
entitled as above has een commenced in
the Superior Court of New Hanover County
and that the cause of action stated in the
complaint filed in said cause prays judg
ment apainst defendants Alexander Newton
EYES TESTED FREE
Dr. Vineberg
YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUft COMPLEXION?
Take care of your complexion
and your complexion Veill take care of you
CHOOSE PURE AID9. CHOOSE CREME ELCAYA THE PURE,
DAINTY, TOILET CREAM THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR YEARS
"Makes the skin like velvet'
SEND yOa FOR LARGE SAMPLE
JAMES C. CRANE, 104 FULTON STREET, NCW YORK
Ilk
Masonic Temple.
To New York
that at last you have obtained a rem-i J"e,lst, i?ybf October, 1913 and that the
. .. ... ' .. lands described in a c(vra:n mortgape deed
edy that will conquer rheumatism
For over five years throughout ! ""A- Minip C. Newton to G. T
made and executed by Alexander Newton
and
America Rheuma has been prescribed
' by broad-minded physicians and has
1 released thousands from agony, pain
I and despair. Advt.
i
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! ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
J COMPANY.
I Office of the Treasurer.
' Wilmington, N. C, Noveinoer 1, 1916.
j The . Board of Dirtcors of Atlantic
j Coast Line Railroad Company has de
clared a dividend of two and one-half
per cent, on the Preferred Capital
Stock of that Company, payable at the
i office of the Treasurer, Wilmington,
N. C, on and after November 10th,
1916. The transfer books are closed
' from October 29th to November ,10th,
1916, both dates inclusive.
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J B. McCABE & CO.,
1 Certified Public Accoun-
fauiu. i
j Itcom 815 Mnrehlson Itank Bit
niton? (KM. WTTiMJWGTON. N, . s
IIIIIlIlllllllllilll'lilllDIIII
Georgetown,S. G.
NEW YORK TO WILMINGTON.
S. S. Cherokee Saturday, Nov. 11th
S- S. Cherokee. .Wednesday, Nov. 22nd
WILMINGTON TO GEORGETOWN.
S. S. Cerokee Tuesday, Nov. 14th
S. S. Cherokee Saturday, Nov. 25th
WILMINGTON TO NV YOflK.
S. S. Cherokee Saturday, Nov. 18th
S. S. Cherokee. .Wednesday, Nov. 29th
S- S. Cherokee carries first class pas
sengers only.
Freight accepted from and for near-
Suoiirban
Schedele
In Effect October 9, 1916.
WINTER PARK, WRIGHTSVILLE, WRIGHTS-
VILLE BEACH
And Intermediate Points
EASTBOUND
lieave
Klectrlc
Center for
Winter Fark
6:30 A. M.
6:50 A. M.
8:00 A. M.
8:30 A. M.
W. J. Flynn. which said mortgage deed is
County records, re 'condemned and sold to i by North Carolina points at advantage
satisfy the claim of this plaintiff j ous rates
tice that they are required to appear at the
term of the Superior Court-of said , County I
' e nel'l on the 1st M. nday in December, j
1916, at the court house -f said County in i
Wilmington, North Carollu i, and ansker or i
demur 'to roe complaint in aid action, or
the phuntitr will apply to the Court for th.?
relief demanded in said compia.ut. i
Dated this 2:lrd day of October. 1316.
W. N. HARRISS.
10-21-law-4w-tue Clerk Superior Court. i
CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.,
C. J. BECKER, Agent.
Wilmington. N. C.
FORECLOSURE SALE. .
By virtue ann in innsuanee of the power
of sale contained in a mortgage made by
Homestead and Loan Assm-tatlon, recorded ! Tickets Will be sold at Atlanta as
in Book 72, page 60, of the records of New
Southern
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
at
ATLANTA, GA.
Round Trip Fare From Wilmington
$18.35
Hanover County, the undersigned will sell,
to the highest bidder, at public auction,
for cash, at the Court House door in Wil
mington, N. C, on Friday, the 24th day of
..oveinber, 1916 at twelve o'clock m. the
following described property in said city :
lii'jrinninsr at a point in the western line
of 7th street 190 feet south of the southern
line of Dawson street; runs thence south
along 7th street 3a feet; thence westwardly
parallel with Dawson street 165 feet; thence
north parallel with 7th street 35 feet;
thence eastwardly parallel with Dawson
street 165 feet to the Beginning, and being
part of Lot 4, Block 36.
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION,
By John D. Bellamy & Son,
10-24-30dys Attorneys.
above by the
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Standard Railroad or the South.
NOVEMBER 12, 13 and 14.
Limited returning until midnight of
November 19, 1916. Proportionate fares
from all stations on the A. C. L.
For furdier information, schedules,
sleeping car accommodations, etc-,
call on
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C. Phone :60.
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Leave
Center for
Wriehtsville
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Electric
Center for
Beacb
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WESTBOUND
Leave
Winter Park
for
Wilmington
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7:31 A. M.
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Leave
WrUlitavllte
for
Wilmington
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Leave
Beach
for
Wilmington
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SPECIALS FOR SUNDAYS
Leave Frout and Princess treets every half hour from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Leave Beach every half hour from 2:45 to 5:45 P. M.
Dcily except Sundays.
xSundays only.
?Superseded by half hour cars Sunday afternoons.
zDoes not go beyond Station No. 3.
ILeaves from Station No. 3.
FREIGHT SCHEDULE (Daily Except Sunday)
Leaves 9th and Orange Streets, 3 :30 P. M. eight Oepot open from 2 :30
to 3 :30 P. (M,
READ THE BUSINESS SPECIALS TODAY.
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