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OR. THOMPSON A HOOKS
Offlcaa In Grady Building
I Phona 94.
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J. A. CAMERON HOQQAN
FUtu and Ftanknn flta.
H. D. BROWN
Ofltos Upstairs, Cor. Naali aid
Goldsboro 8 treat.
3VHE MOORE-HERRING HOSPITAL
ta . MOORE, H. D.
B. 8. HERRING, H. O.
W. H. ANDERSON. M. D
JOtm. EDMUNOSON s YELVERTON
Carolina Office Building
Wllion. N. C.
O. P. OICMNSON
' OFFICE: FIDELITY BUILOIN
8ALE A good farm
horse for sale. P. D.
Over the Top they are snappy,
miStf and beautiful. Ladies coat
.-suits. Tomlinson and Co. ml3Std-w
. COL. CUNNIXGHAM RETURNS
character are recognized and appre-.-.Satod
both at home and abroad. I
StJaVe been deeply impressed with the
Vfpau. interest which the entire peo-
jirta take, both In their religious and
. educational welfare. Everything in
thii, section is done with a purpose ot
plfting the citizens and the commu-
.aJty. They look upward and to the
.aigtiest ideals, both in prlvae and
jmblic matters. So, in conclusion,. I
-. would say1,, Mr. Editor, that it can be
'-truly said of Wilson,, rf. C, that it is
'tlie land of the free and home of
m Yours very truly,
JOHN S. CUNNINGHAM.
Bruises and Sprains
Have Sloan's Liniment handy
for bruises and sprains and all
pains and aches. Quick relief
follows Its prompt application.
No need to rub. For rheumatic
aches, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lame
back, lumbago, gout, strains, and
sprains, It gives quick reliel.
Generous iiced bottles, He, JOc.. 1100.
f A NEGRO LYNCHED
Mauvoe La., March 16. The body
Cwrge McNeil, one of the two
gffbM who were arrested yesterday
am suspi.cian of being implicated in
1m ifi&at on a young white woman
-Thursdays was found hanging to a
fcraa In the yard of the court house
Shore this morning.
NOTICE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the power
?aad authority vested in the un-ler
'jHitaett trustee in a Deed of Trust
smade on the 25th day of April, 1914,
toy J. Mitchell to E. J. Barnes,
'Trastee, on record in Book 99
jpaga S53, Public Registry of Wilson
VOounty, to secure the payment of
tuerlain notes therein mentiond?
:ayaW9' to I. B. Ferrell, default hav
ing been made In the payment ot all
of said notes I will on Monday the
first day of April 1918, at 12 o'clock
"M. at the courthouse door in the
County of Wilson,, North Carolina,
.etl at public auction to the highest
fbidder for cash the following de
;criea lands, vis: Lota 23 and 24
:4 a jiat of .land In the eastern sub
mra'a of .Slack Creek, North Carolina,
kaown as the Ferrell land, a plat of
which js on record In Plat Book No.
1 at page Register of Deed's office of
ThUt the first day of March, 1918.
E. J. BARNES, Trustee.
:Mar,4itw In wkly. ,
millions. Has a half cental, record
of use. First dose brings relidf Tr! it
for Coughs sCoIJs
Keep Bowtl Movement Rernlar
Dr. Kine's New Life Pills keep you
in a healthy condition.. Rid the body
of poisons and waste, f Improve your
complexion by keeping the Bowels
regular. Get a 25c. bottle from your
druggists to-day. Effective but mild.
WORK WILL GO ON
Raleigh. March 16. The Aycock
Memorial Committee, charged witn
the duty of erecting a suitable mon
ument i nthe memory of North Caro
lina's great educational Governor,
met in the office of Governor Blckett
yesterday and placed upon the
shoulders of Judge Francis D. Win
ston the work of raising funds for
the accomplishment of the purpose.
Among the members present wert
Governor Bickett, Tresurer B. R.
Lacy, Judge R. W. Winston, Dr. Al
bert Anderson, Mr. George C. Ra
gan Capt. Nathan O'Berry, Mr. R. D.
W. Connor, Col. P. M. Pearsall and
Judge Francis D. Winston.
The monument, it is planned, will
be completed by November 1, 1919
the sixtieth anniversary of Governor
Aycock's birb. Noted sculptors are
now considering plans for he work.
Judge Winstoni who announced
his readiness to undertake the work
and push It to conclusion was a warm
personal friend of Governor Aycock,
who was his college mate.
The movement for the establisii
ment of such a monument was taken
up about ix years ago following the
death of Governor Aycock. It has
been dragging long since. The con.
mittee has recenly realized that the
opportune time has come when the
work should be pushed to a success
V ' .' "THE WEDGE
(from The New Republic)
To drive a wedge between Austria
Hungary and Germany between the
iwar-weary masses of the German peo
I pie and the military and annexation
ist party, is an obvious part of the
President's purpose. Such an at
tempt, the bitter-enders are murmur
ing, is bound to prove futile. The
German militarists are firm in the
saddle and Austria-Hungary does not
dare break away from Germany. But
such considerations are Jbeside the
point. The president is not appeal
ing to Czernin and the reichstag ma
jority to overthrow the German mil
itary party by force and thus to
weaken the resistance of the central
empires. He is not following the
German practice of employing a
peace offensive. His strategy is di
rected, not toward the achievemnt of
the kind of peace that alone would
sanctify victory. The President Is
working toward the establishment or
an international order in which a re
newal of world war would be all but
impossible. And since this is his ob
jective, it was inevitable that he
should make a direct appeal to the
political forces In the central em
pires that can be made to work to
ward the same objective. They are
urged in good faith to co-operate in
a great enterprise that is destined to
profit them along with the rest of
Into all . the :-: SUtea. i Teachers, re
search workers and students are be
ing enlisted In the service which will
show the farmers how to increase
their, yield of disease free crops.
These preventable diseases will be
attacked vigorously as the first step
of a comprehensive program to pre
vent food waste. Farther efforts to
save food are to be made ty teach
ing methods of eliminating losses in
transportation, storage and in house
The War Emergency Board, of
which Dr. F. D. Kern, plant patholo
gist at the Pennsylvania State Col
lege, is a member, expects to give
direct aid to growers as to the aval
ability and prices of spray materials.
J Assistance will be given to the plant
disease survey undertaken by tfo
federal department of agriculture, in
co-operation with the State colleges
of agriculture and other agencies.
Washington March 18. The Rus
sian acceptance of the German peace
is not at all satisfactory to M. Bak
metleff, the Russian ambassador to
Washington, jyho last November re
pudated the Bolsheviki government.
He declared that only In the princi
ples for which the allies stand can
there be hope' for Russia.
NATION WIDE CAMPAIGN TO
INCREASE FOOD PRODUCTION
State College, Pennsylvania, March
17. To prevent an annual loss esti
mated at 134,556,000 bushels of wheat,
oats, barley and rye, and "tremen
dous losses" in other staple crops,
specialists on agriculture have or
ganized an War Emergency "Board ot
American Plant Pathologists. This
board has inaugurated a nation wide
campaign to increase food production
through control of destructive plant
diseases during the coming growing
Because the conaumer pays foi
every rotted and scabby potato and
every smutted grain of wheat or oats
the farmer grows, without having
them as food, hundreds of trained
workers intend to carry the campaign
-WEEKLY WEATHER FORECAST
For South Atlantic and East Gulf
States: Fair weather will prevail
with temperatures above seasonal
Washington, March 16. The pres
ent pressure ditribution ccording to
the weather bureau indicate that
during next week fair weather and
seasonal temperatures wilt prevail.
To Cure a Cold fa One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
(tablets). Stops the Cough and Headache
and works off the Cold. Druggists refund
money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 30c
PRINCE LVOFF SEIZED
Petrograd, March 15. The Russian
Telegraph Agency announces that
the former Rusian Premier, Prince
Lvoff, has been arrested by the com
mander of the northern front.
It was reported from Irkutsk on
March 9 that Prince Lvotf at Peking
had set up a new Russian govern
men in the east and was awaiting
the loading of Japanese troops at
Vladivostok in order to enter Sibe:
rian territory with tnem.
London, March 14 General Dum
badza commandant of the Port of
vrl:idivrstoV:. has committed suic.da,
sivh a Reuter dipatch from Petrograd
This Case Has a Hint for Many Times
This Wilson woman has used Doan'i
She has found them as represented
She wishes her neighbors to know.
She nubllclv recommends them.
No need to look further for a tested
The proof of merit Is here and can
e lnvestiga'ed. ,
- Profit bv th3 statement of Mrs. W
D. Winstead. 610 W. Vance St. She
says: "My kidneys were weak and I
had a dull nain In my back all tne
time. Mornings I was sore and stiff
nd it was an effort for me to bend
var or stoon. I heard of Doan s Kid
lev Pills and srot some at Herring's
Drue Store. The backache soon left
and I was cured of all symptoms oi
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't sim-
simply,, ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's'Kldney Pills the same that
jured Mrs. Winstead. Toster-Milburn
to.. Mfgrs., Buffalo. N.
UVEA DIDNT ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
Styi 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Telia How Ste WasRefimo1
After a Few Doses of Black-Draught.
It is quite as important to transact the business of
ithe household by means of Bank checks as it is to use
checks in your business pay roll. Every check is a re
jceipti ' THE CHECK STUBS ARE YOUR FINAN
CIAL RECORD. Besides this, the checking habit
rill encourage you in accuracy and economy.
fOHN P. BRUTON,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Wilson, N. C.
W. E. WARREN,
Meadorsvflle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia
Hlgglnbotham, of this town, says: "At
my age, which Is 65. the liver does
not act so well as when young, a few
years ago, my stomach was all out of
fix. I was constipated, my liver
dldnt act My digestion was bad, and
It took so little to upset me. My ap
petite was gone. I was very weak...
I decided I would give Black
Draught a thorough trial as I knew It
was highly recommended for this
trouble. I began taking It I felt
better after a few doses. My appetite
improved and I became stronger. My
bowels acted naturally and the least
trouble was soon righted with a fen
doses of Black-Draught"
Seventy years of successful me hap
made Thedford's Black-Draught s
standard, household remedy. Every
member, of every family, at times,
need the help that Black-Draught can
give in cleansing the system and re
lleving the troubles that come from
constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver,
etc. You cannot keqp well anless your
stomach, liver and bowels ae In good
working order. Eeep them that way.
Try Black-Draught ft acts promptly,
gently atd in a natural way. If yon
feel sluggish, take a dose tonight
Ton will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
25c. a package One cent a dost
All druggists. J. SS
The man who makes himself save something out of
every sum of money he receives makes himself mas
ter. This bank will welcome your small ar'it. It
means your first ticket on the railway to majiijy.
WILSON TRUST & SAVINGS BAK
JOHN F. BRUTON,
E. T. BARNES
n Mi'l' i m ,M llfcMi ' tm' MM Mil Bfc S "JSfc StSfl' MM H
i AFTER EASTER
1 COMES HOUSECLEANING
Determine now what Carpets, Rugs, Linen Blinds, Lace
curtains, Draperies, Covers, etc., you will want
cleansed, freshened and refinished by our
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I WILSON, N.C. 1
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Uncle Sam says this is Machinery and Implement re
pair week for us Farmers.
Plows, Planters, Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Reapers
and Binders, Mowers, and Rakes ; and let us raise plen
ty of food crops for ourselves. SOLDIER BOYS, and
some to spare.
The service of our Implement Force is free faring this
and next week. If we don't have the rept f 8 in stock
we will advise you where to get them from, or get them
for you; ourselves.
If yom need more tools get them now before the supply
is exhausted. In order for your land to produce full
crops you must use modern implements, which will
keep your seed beds in good condition.
Be sure you plant good seed that will germinate and
guarantee you a good stand. You cannot be too par
ticular and interested in ycrar seed.
Tomflinson & Co.
"The Farmer's Friend"
WILSON. N. C.
By buying a Reo "F" Truck before April 1st. Phone at
once for a demonstration. Only a limited number at
this price, $1,285.00 f. o. b. Wilson, N. C.
WFIFAH AUIfl CD.
Our NEW LINE of SPRING
GOODS are arriving every day
call in to see us.
BARKERS DRY GOODS AND
128 Tarboro St.
Wilson. N. C.