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VOL. 111. NO 44.
Salisbury, N. O;, Wednesday; OcVpBi eTH, 1907.
Wm, H .Stewart, Editor.
LEXINGTON AND DAYIDSDN COUNTY.
A Sensational Salt for $25,000 Damages.
Settling the Affairs of a Politician.
Grover Proctor was released
from jail last week on $20 bail,
the man he stabbed, Albert Myers,
having recovered from his wounds
sufficiently to show tjat he would
Saturday Henry Hargrave, col
ored, of Salisbury, was buried
here at the Freedman cemetery.
He was an Odd Fellow and the
colored lodge here, together with
Odd Fellows from Salisbury, had
charge of the funeral.
The brass factory will be moved
,to Salisbury within 80 days, or as
soon aa a factory building can be
erected: The Lexington stock-
holders will retain their interest
in the business, and, as stated,
additional capuai in oaiisourynas
been raised so that the total cap-
ital, will be $20,000. Mr. An-
thony will move his family to Sal-
isbury, and perhaps others con-
nected with the plant will move
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cant here maybe occupied, by the
Peacock Couch Company, al
though this has not been decided.
Friday morning William Smith,
colored, a section hand working
under Section Master, W. B.
Tucker, was fatally injured al
most under the Center"" street
bridge, by being run oyer by
the ' work . train. He died Fri
day afternoon. Smith was work-
ing on the northbound track, and
had his back turned to the ap-1
proaching material train. At the Brown saved most of thecontents most enjoyable and notable gather
same time the local freight . was of the postoffice and part of the ings the town has ever entertained.
shifting, and Smith did not hear
the train coming that ran him
down. - It is said that numbers of
the workmen shouted at him, but
n'nioA ft t.tia trains rlrnwnarl
w . 7 1
theiroices. The whels ground
niB ngni leg ueiow tne jtuee, to
ribbons, made a terrible gash in
his right arm and he also sustain
ed a wound on the forehead jnst
- above an eye.
, Monday was the day foi the
sale of some livestock belonging
to the estate of ex-Sheriff T. S. F.
Dorsttt. Seven horses and three
mules were sold at the average of
$118 each. The total amount was
$1,180.15. The highest paid for a
horse was $150 and the lowest $68.
The highest priced mule was one
bid off at $170. A good pair of
mules sold for $320. It was the
opinion of all that the stock went
cheap. A large crowd attended
the sale. Sheriff Dorsett was auo-
tioneer. Trustees Raper, who has
charge of all the Dorsett prober-
ty, still has a lot of real estate to
sell. This includes one house on
6th avenue, and five cottagus and
and four vacant lots on Stockade
street. . mis wm do soia Dy pri
mi a ttt -n t i
, J' T
lives aoout tnree miies irom juex-
lo.t hia harn hv firp.
mgton, lost his Darn Dy nre.
The origin of the fire is not known,
People in town saw the light be-
fore Mr. Curry knew of the fire,
the family was asleep. The build-
ing was of logs, and was surround-
ed by sheds, filled with feedrso it
J UI rn
and a fine young horse, a new car-
riage, straw from 200 bushels of
wheat,and a great deal of fodder
and other fed, harness and many
little things, were burned. Five
head of horses were also in the
barn, and were in imminent dan
ger when Mr. Curry woke up.
To save them, he risked himself,
and did save hem every one
without damage to the animals,
but he was painfully burned
about the face and head,
hardest kind of work 200
oi wneat wen saved, and some
other property in outbuildings,
Mr. Curry had $100 insurance in
ts Farmers' ; Mutual, bnfc Karl
loss is something like $oOO
Last. Wednesday a suit for
$25,000 damages on account of
the alleged alienation of his wife's
affections was started in David
son' superior court
JTulton against Dr.
J. H. Mock,
CHRISTIANA AND GRANITE QUARRY.
Fire Desfrojes Buildings and Most of Their
Contents. Utile Insurance. -
Oct. 14. There was no preaching-
at Christiana last Sunday,
Oct.13, as" was advertised A
larg-e concourse tf people had
gathered to hear the Rev. J. H.
Fesperman preach, but the ap
pointed time rolled round and
passed, but he did not arrive. I
suppose sickness was the cause,
as Mr. Fesperman .was almost
under the weather Saturday.
Several from our community
took the public school teacheT's
examination last week.
Junius M. Lyerly has accepted
position with the Southern
Railway Co. in Welf ord, S. C.
He will leave about the 20th for
Welford where he will work in
The slumbering little village
Df Granite Quarry was awakened
directly after midnight last
ThursdaVi Oct. 10th, to find a
Vast cloud ot smoke and fire as-
cending from the very heart" of
thetowtf. The home oi J. W.
Rector was ablaze. Scarcelv had
Mr. and ..Mr. Rprtrtr fW frnm
the burning- house with their
babe before it
time the town was rousing, and
busy hands were soon at work.
The flames spread to L. L. "Wal
ton's residence and then to the
postoffice. The work of the fire
was so quick that scarcely any
thing was saved. Mr. Rector
was completely burned out. Mr.
Walton saved a few articles. Mr.
contents of his store. The . loss
was partly covered by insurance,
though Mr. Rector had no in-
surance on his property.
. Mr. lyerly's new residence in
Granity Quarrj fa. about
Rev. R. L. Brown, while pre
paring to retire fell and sprained j
his back. We trust the injury is
not of a serious nature.
THej Make Yon Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect ex-1
i ' i -ii i I
perieucea oy an wno use Vaam- crime. The bridge was compara
tierlam's Stomach and Liver Tab- ... . , . a
lets, and th healthy condition of tely new, having been erected
the body and mind which they m the spring by Amos F. "Biles,
create makes one feel joyful.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at
James Plummer s drug store, Sal-
gpencer N C
of Thomasville. The suit has
beeQ expected sine JulV) at whiqh
i: i : t 1
L,al Tha nanara
hftVfi been erved ftnd filftd in th
Li.u rc- t- ht-u
quired to gi vebond i nth e sum cf
I 1 1 1 ri I K M lllll.r". 171. lVlllf'.K W ILH I H
HA1f and Mr. M MT.tv,. HH
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proDaDiy come up at tne iiovem -
h.r term of civil oonrt. fant mav
oer term or civil court, out may
not be tried till February term.
The plaintiff for a year or two has
engaged in the furniture business
at Thomasville, but originally
came from Mt. Airy. His wife
was Miss Carrie Wood, of Greens-
U,a. A. f WT XXT TA
The defendant is a well-known
physician, of Thomasville, where
he has practiced many years,
The allegations set forth in the
affidavit are that beginning with
July 17th, the defendant, who was
- 1 the family physician of the Ful
tons, so conducted himself as to
aHonat.A and flBt.rnvtho ftffoofinna
of the plaintiff's wife, and that!
the plaintiff has been deprived of
and has wholly lost the comfort,
society, aid and assistance of his
wife in domestic affairs.
To check a cold quickly, get
from your druggist some little
Candy Cold Tablets called Preven
tlcs- druggists everywhere
tics. uruggists every wnere are
1 rtinnanainiT TTaTTfln 4-1 r a fn 4- Vt r
orlfo nr.Oninin. i.,.;..,
wiuiiu buu uiuuiui. f leveubius
nothing harsh nor sickening. Tak
en at the "sneeze stage" Preven- a reward of. $25 for the appre
tics will prevent Pneumonia, hension of the guilty party -or
Bronchitis.- La Grippe, etc Hence t- u i!Si.nA
the name, Prevehtics. Good for
- feverish children. -48 Preventics
25 cents. Trial .hR.n 5 nt.H - i finia
by Grimes Drug Store. "2.
ALBEMARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
Politicians I Blow Up a Bridge and the
? Coonty Commissioners Offer a Reward.
Stanly Enterprise, October 10th. - ;
Parents should be cautious about
giving their children permission
to stay out of school. Every day
out is a day lost to the school
work they cannot make it up.
They will soon be behind and want
to stop school find fault with the
teacher say she is partial,; etc.,
when all the time the parsnt is to
Ephraim Kudy, of Millingport,
died Monday morning about 7
o'clock. His illness had extended
over a period ofmore ttfan a year,
hand for the past few months he
was confined at his home and
some three months ago he went to
the hospital at Salisbury for
treatment. He was 58 years of
aae. Mr. Eudv was well known
over the county, and especially in
Masonic circles. . For years he
was proprietor of a store and
roller mills at MillinsDort and
had quite a valuable estate.
A- C, Huneycutt has resigned
hl8 office as mayr of Albemarle.
The fact, that there are little or no
emoluments from the office and
the demands are many have led
Mr. Huneycutt to give up the
office and devote himself to his
crowing law practice. No suc-
I cessor has as yet been appointed.
The missionary gathering of the
Mecklenburg Presbytery in
marie last week was one of the
In bringing to our city several
prominent devines and distin
guished ladies, it was a rare treat
to our people to attend the ser
vices. We regret not being able
to give a detailed report of this
The bridge near the Eben Biles
place four miles east of Albemarle
came very near being- wrecked by
dynamite in the early summer.
The fiends who perpetrated the
deed chose a wet season when
Mountain creek was at a high-
water mark, expecting the high
waters to remove all marks of the
I who was awarded tne contract as
lowest bidder. It had been noticed
that gome mindg were bu.sy in
trying to make it appear that Mr.
Biles had put off a poor job on
the countv' and the Placing of
dynamite under the bridge to send
it on its way -down the stream
seems but a natural consequence
to such talk. Th bridge was ex-
amioed by competent critics and
w as received by th&'couuty com
missioners as coming up to specifi-
cation. ; but Mr. Biles is an hon-
ui j j : j i.
i uiauiH maii. aiiu. uiu uub uiuuubo
for his work to suffer through anv
apparent fault of his. So, on last
woab- ha tnnt hia fnrha nt hanrln
anl o. o nnst. nf rr nr mnrfl to
himself restored the bridge to ser-
Vice. But. in doing so and while
tearing out some rocks in the
abutment, the dastardlv plot to
HUH UflUtfO VYOB UUBBlluou.
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BxUQ? fu8e and Portions of a dy
namitewere discovered, showing
that the deed was a diabolical
scheme to destroy county property
and to gain some object not ap-
parent on the face. The last ad-
ministration let the bridges cf the
county get in a desperate condition
I rather than spend money to re-
pair them. Democrats made a
sfctong fight on this point in the
last campaign, and not. a few par
tisans of the . Republican faith
were disgruntled. And since it
must be a strong motive that will
leadsmen to commit such a mean
crime as the one recorded above,
lit has become a general belief
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ponwoai uatuxe ieuu wi: crime.
ti: i l ij .1-
- The commissioners have offered
JTZ' " T r 7
iW Itr any one mean enoun
for such an act is too mean to
" I a large.
STATESVILLE AND IREDELE COUNTY.
Married and Llied ilnder in- Assumed
'Name. Arm List In Cotton 61n.
8tate8VllleLnamark.5ct 8-lXtfc; . " ,
The Bad Veht Collection Agen
cy of Statesville has been incor
porated with ah aathorizecU'capi-'
tal stock of $10,000, $500 being;
subscribed in shares of $1 eacbv J
Hon. W . W. Kitchin, of Person
county, who is a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for
Governor, will speak in States
ville Tuesday, 29th, during the
noon recess of court.
J. T. Cashion thinks he has dis
covered a vein of kaolin, 200 feet
wide, on his place a mile south of
town. Kaolin is a porcelain "emy
which is very valuable "and it? is
greatly to be hoped that Mr.
Cashion's find will prove genuine.
Ernest Alexander, who has been
here recuperating from an attack
of appendicitis, will; return to
Salisbury this evening and resume
work. He has about , regained
his strength and will not have an
operation unless he suffers an
other attack. f
The Statesville Safe and Table
Co. will soon 'be ready for busi-
ness. Tne two mam ouiidings
and the dry kiln of the plant, on
Diamond Hill suburb, have been
completed and with the exception
of one machine all of the machin
ery has been placed and is .ready
for operation. The engine is lere
and as soon as it can be put up
and adjusted the plant will be
ready for business.
The First Baptist" congregation
held the first service in their hand
some new church, corner Tradd
and Broad streets, Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The going into
the new house of worship was., a
great event in the history of the
congregation and the service Sun-
dav nioming was'lmaiiS one of
thanksgiving and praise toGod,
L. P. Allen, fireman on the
local switch engine, was taken se
riously ill very suddenly while in
Salisbury Saturday even i n g.
Physicians attended him and
sent him to Statesville by
friends on passenger tram No. 35
Saturdar night and he is now at
his home, corner Center and
L. P, Templeton, of Amity,
butchered a couple of 5-months
old pigs a few days ago, brought
them to town and. sold them
to a meat dealer for $25.75.
Pretty good for 5-months-old pigs
that is, pretty good for the man
who has meat to sell. The man
who buys, and he is in the major
ity, catches it in the neck.
While at work at his cotton gin
on Buffalo Shoal creek, near his
home-in Shiloh township, Henry
Morr son suffered an inry which
i p.rvst. him hin riffnt. arm. I ho crin
became choked, the cotton being
j :4.u.;u. ht. r
weu u u.. . T
iioju iiio. uioosii ui kiu nuu
undertook to remove the cotton
from the ribs while the maohin
Y was in motion. While doing
this the breast of the gin fell ac
cidentally and caught his righ
arm on the rapidly revolving
saws. Hia arm was so badly
maugiou us wupuwuuu was
necessary and it was taken off
ju8t above th elbow the Bame
Rev. Dr. Richarda. announced
J to the First Presbyterian congre-
gation Sunday morning that he
had declined the calls recently
extended him and would remain
in his work here. The calls were
from Davidson. N, C, Greenwood
and Rock Hill, S. C. All of these
' j are inviting fields and it is under
stood (and this information does
! not come from Dr, Richards) that
alLof them are much larger sal
aries than he is gettiag here
During his seven years' pas
torate at Statesville Dr. Richards
na8 received a
number of offers
elsewhere, probably all. of them
more inviting from a financial
standpoint-than the Statesville
field, all of which he has declined.
! -Sheriff . W.
A. . Summers and
be Denntv Sheriff J. W. Ward-wont
to Turnersburg township Tuesday
NOTES ABOUT THE FAIR.
What Is Being Done' and What Those Who
Attend May Expsct to See, "
The completion of the plans
for the big .fair are now being
given "daily attention by the
VAvrrangements have been made
with Edv R. Hutchinson, an
aeronaut, of considerable note, to
give a free balloon ascention and
parachute leap each day.
It is ,. stated that the Kemp
Sisters wild "west shows are un
der contract to give "two free
exhibitions each day Of an hour
each. ' ,;.
Secratary Wittiersppon went to
Lynchburg to attend,'the big fair
there and to secure such attrac
tions possible for the Yadkin
Valley Fair here. He succeeded
in booking a number of the most
meritorious and the prsmise of
some fast horses to enter -the
races. As the racing: seems to
be a leading feature this is par-
icularly gratifying to those in
terested in this sport.
The branch . railroad into the
air grounds, which was com
pleted t, Friday evening of last
week, marked an epoch in the
great preparations. Mr.Wassom,
who had charge' of the road's
construction, delighted the fair
management with the skill and
rapidity of the work. They are
unanimous" in believing- him the
best track builder in the State.
Amonarjthe vehicles to be on
exhibition will be one made by
W, M. r .Barker many years ago
and exhibited at the fairs held
here in the early seventies. "T.bi
carriage was first owned by
Heilig, but is now the property
of the irrepressible R. JapHal-
tom, who recently purchased it
or the sum of three bucks. It
'aire hissen" and he will ride in
it around about the grounds dur
ing the f air. It originally sold
Amoner other thinsrs it would
be advisible to lookout for pick
pockets. Don t bring any more
money than you actually neeo
but should you do so don't show
it around. Keep it in a secret
pocket if possible and beware of
strange men who attempt to be
familiar with you. Pickpockets
were thick at the Winston fair
last week and there will be a
plenty of them here. Keep awake.
to look after the moonshiners of
that section, and they were sue
cessful in locating one plant near
J. F. Tharpe's place. From a!
appearances the operators had
been doing a good business but
had evidently juBt completed
run" the evening before, as there
was no beer or mash at the plant
The " officers were f ortu n art e
enough, however, to find two gal
Ions of "pure corn liquor" and
this was brought to town with the
125 gallon still and other fixtures
and turned over to Deputy Uollec
tor Davis, who will dispose of
for Uncle Sam.
Some" 6T The Landmark's read
ers will recall Jack Morford, who
came to Statesville some years
ago and married a daughter of
Dr. Bass, the veterinary surgeon.
Morford was dissipated and was
often in trouble and the police
court.A few months ago he died in
Asheville.Morford had always told
his friends here that his family
perished inHihe Galveston flood.
Through letters received after
Morford's death Dr. Bass learned
thafhis name was not Morford
but Sidney Payne Arnold and
that his parents lived in Houston,
Texas. Being advised of their
son's death thev asked that his
wife and child be sent to them.
Mrs. Arnold (Mrs. Morford that
was) and child went to Texas and
now with her husband's people.
His Dear Old Mother.
"Mv dear old mother, who is
now eighty three years old, thrives
on Electric Bitters," writes W. B.
Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. "She
has taken them for about two
vears and enjoys an excellent ap
petite, feels strong and sleeps
well." -That's the way Electric
Bitters effect the aged, and the
same happy results - follow , in all
cases of female weakness and gen
eral debility. Weak, puny chil
dren too, are greatly strengthened
by them. Guaranteed also for
stomach, liver and kidney troubles
by all druggists,
CONCORD! AND CABARRUS COUNTY.
Jim Boger Given Six Months on the Gang.
Life Electric Wires Kill Birds.
Concord Times. October 8-11.
The Daughters of Liberty have
contributed $40 toward the funH
to secure the industrial school.
Mrs. Jacob Faggart, -aged 84
years, died Wednesday afternoon
at Uannonville, . and her remains
were taken to St. Paul's church, J
near Bost Mills, for burial.
The new Kerr Street 'Methodist
rthnrrfi wo a itrtoncwl -fnr wrroli5r I
ast Sundtsy morning for the first
time,' and was dedicated that day.
L. A. Pharr, of No. 2 township,
tells us that a large number of
dead birds can be seen along the
ine of the Southern Power Com
pany on hiB lands. The birds are
are killed as soon as they
alight on the wires, it is supposed
from coming incontact with the
The Ford & Johnson Co., of
Chicago, have leased what was
known as the Rowan Chair Co.,
of China Grove, and will take
charge shortly. The company is
advertising for - one lumber mill
culls out, one and an eighth-inch
green Ipgmilcnlu out .and ma-
chine hands accustomed to run-
Tho hfint. wav t,o tmard affainafe
sclftmes of grafters and keep up
to-date in general is to be a. regular
readeisfcfthis paper. It is always
the one who does not read his
home paper who gets caught by
the grafters and fakirs.
T.1V m , ... ; . , las much, liqiior.as.he pleasfiS-Wita-
Lilhan Taylor, a white gttfeH: -v :sn-:!v--
w r i ( ft id i ti nail rn t rt rx r n a rra rY
the charge of
vagrancy, has appendicitis. . She
is receiving the best of attention
aud care from Jailor Robinson
and his wife, who are doing every
thing possible for her comfort,
About three weeksfago a horse
belonging to Charley MisenHeimer
was missed from home. The
neighborhood was. searched, but
UO trace of him was found. Mr.
Misenheimer then supposed that
he had gone to his former owner's,
C. A. Hager, who lives near
L.owesviiie, m Liincoln county,
and "found him there. He had
gone straight to his old . home,
V i m
swimming tne uatawoa river m
order to get there, Mr. Misen-
neimer says this is t-jie fourth time
he has done this. .
Jim Boger, colored, was up be-
fore Police Justice McConnell
Monday morning on a charge of
bringing whiskey into the county
for the oumose of retailiner. H
was nabbed last week by the
omcers as he alighted irom a Sal-
isoury train with three gallons of
sionT and his case was set for trial
Monday, He was represented' by
Li. t. Hartsell, and the prosecution
by W. G. Means. . Boger says he
brought in the whiskey for his
own use and the use of the mem-
it c u:, t :i mi i ,
" " " t "W"W .V.
than a quart prima facie evidence
that it is for the purpose of being
sold illegally, and under the law
UO WB UJUUgOU BUIll,. IliBLlVW
six months on the county roads.
uiuuuuucii oDiiuoiiuau uiui uu nui&
and Soger's attornev annealed to
the Superior Court. He was put
n m A. A. I
under a $2UU bond for his appear
ance at the next term of the court,
which begins on the 21st inst.
Thomas A. Eddison, the great
American inventor, says 'Fully
eighty per cent, of the illness of
mankind comes from eating im
proper food or to much food ; peo
ple are inclined to over-indulge
themselves." This is where indi
gestion finds its beginning in near
ly every case, ine stomacn can
do just so much work and no
more, and when you overload it,
or when you eat the wrong kind
of food, the digestive organs can
rti-tt- nnoQihlv nn fha nmrlr H am o ii r) -
ed of them. It is at such times
r.hat t.h stomach needs heln? it.
demands help, and warns you by
headaches, belching, sour stom
ach, nausea and indigestion. Yon
should attend to this at once by
taking something that will actual
ly do the; work for the stomach.
Kodol will do this. It is a com-
bination of natural digestants and
vegetable acids and contains the
same juices found m a healthy
Bwuiauu. iu is ijiooui w bHiio.
It digests. what you eat. Sold by
james riummer ana an aruggists.
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COL. DAVIDSON'S; UQUdR.
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The Poollce Officers Make Trouble tor
Onelby'one.theyyield to ttemp.
tation. , Satan has r, pitched his
tents in the city and is provine
himself no respective of persons. -v
"They have gone and done it
now," said Bill Piper, the fish
man, yesterday. -Yes, they've
got a descendant of signers on a
charge of . retailing. Col Leroy
Davidson has been pulled by po-
HC6 OtuCerS. -
The news Bpread over" the eityv
like wild fire, entering every hook
and corner, dashing in and out of
place after . place. iBusybodiea
moved about and put out the
word. Everybody heard it.
Sergeant Youngblood and Pa
trolman Mack Earnhardt and Mc-
Whirter, a Scotch-Irishman, a
Dutchman and a Highlander, are
the guilty ones. They went up in
one of the Norman buildings, on
Poplar atreet, where Col. Leroy
Davidson, broker, trader and de
scendant of signers, has his office
andjeaptured two barrels of beer,
14 quarts and 39 pints of rye whis- r
keyabox-pf fwino-and?a case of
real champagnB. This haul caus-
ed considerable adverse; cpmmbnt
on the partiof :thernrond neoble of
I - - Jt AT
Charlotte. The; meddlesome po-
lliceman are censured for nerve.
"Isn't it a shame that we can't
have discriminatingofficers," said
&m Piper, the fash man, - 'and
hott be humiliating members of
first families. It has come to a
pretty pass that a man' can't keep
-Charlotte, Observer, Oct.
Pass This Fraud Along,
Dr. K. Y, Millard, , .who came
here about ten .days ago poBing as
Baptist jreaSner has beeri ' run
out of town. A letter was received
yesterday from the Dorchester
oonnt.v anfebnriMAH tnllina nf IhiH
record. It seems that he deiert-
ed his wife and fainilv out West
a few years ago and came to J)or
Chester 'countv . where he
married. He was put in jail there
but was released and had' not been
heard of since. f
He came to Easley about ten
days ago and sought a call of the
I Sennnn' T?ar,ti-Qf hTirh haro
1 MWWrMM m Vk , A VAX W
They were thinking of calling
him, when this letter came to
Rev. D. W. Hitt telling him that
Millard was an impostor.
He lectured last Sunday in the
Methodist church on "Joshua in
Egypt." He claims to have been
aJJ oyer Egvpt a8 well'ft8 E!uropej
but no?e of thls 18 believed. He
painted in eloquent terms the
great curse Mohammedanism is
to Egypt and the sad picture of
wive8 deserted by their husbands
, e ,
auu wibum a low uays jio wu
He spent most of the week in
pickens trying to secure a call
noor thllt fwn TTq onrl hifl Wifft
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Ae"on iNO' yeseraay ior parts
unknown. Easley special to
Greenville, S. C, News;
To Interest Cotton Growers la Propagation
Greensboro, Oct. 6. Secretary
T. Gilbert Pearson, of the Audu
bon Society, has gone to Atlanta
to attend a meeting of the Cotton
Grower's Association at that place
tomorrow. Representatives of the
Audubon Society from most of
the Northern States will be pres
ent. The object of the bird pro
tector's visit to the meeting of the
association is to. enlist the support
of the cotton men in getting an ap-
propriation from the government
for the propagation ot birds. It IS
said that thev are fond of boll
weevils for breakfast and it is
hoped to interest the cotton grow
ers in their welf are.
is good T for little
big burns, small
Hazel J Salve
scratches or' bruises!and "bigbiies.
i it is neaung and 300tning., uooa
for piles. Sold bv James Plmm'er
I and all druggists.