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WILSON, X. C, AUGUST 5, 1897.
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L( HL VRAiNS:
S. I; omul.
weea Florence and Weldon.
M. Leaves Wilson 2:05 I. M.
en Wilmington and Norfolk
' Wi 'nihiatcn to
Leaves Wilson, 6:15 A.M,
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rt name of ha, 1 ,w- JAi to Know tr.e most
Down i;i North Ca'liny ; ' practical way to harvest, thresh and
ieara the noiic when the band went Ijrese,"v e cow p:-as iVir seed.
Down in North Ca'liny. (.Reply by Proa C. V. Ma.sey.)
Made a jump for the 'waon ' T b'k
Down in North Ca'iinv S ' ! Wreftlm- Ulth r 'rs-
Cautrht the head vvhil . .1 un Puls a reany tliecti
the rve ;
Down in North Ca'liny.
on the market, that i3 adapted to the
gathering 01 the cow uea crop and
mea tne FreMdent n:,dn an' r1a-
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n i' iorence aaa-.i eieien:
a. M. heaves Wilson, r 1 : 1 S F. M.
CO I" NT Y Ol FlCl.lt-;.
OAK!) i" COMMISSION!'.!:
K. S. Clark, Claiinnaji.
F ML ton,
J. II. X i:vsom.
W. J. Chlkry, Sheriif",
I. r.AKMN. Clerk of Superior Court.
. H. CjRIItin, Register of Deeds,
S. H. Tvson. Treasurer,
W.m. I Iarriss, Coroner,
!. T. Klvll, Surveyor.
Down in North Ca'iinv :
Til! he said: 'Til send that chap
Clean out o' North Ca'Iina."
v ieanmu Sec CJin make ;l fortune.
Tliere have been severad pea thresh
ers advertised in circulars th.v have
been sent to me, but those in
So he shipped him ort to Pan a-ma,
Far, far from North Ca'liny ;
Couldn't et rest no other wey
Iiurrah ior North Ca'Iina.
(I od KoaK siimI C-nvicts.
town on ; i:u.
seem to value printers ink h'b-ly as I
have la, led to see their adverti-ments
in any of the farm papers, and it is
not my business to do their advertis
ing for them. Put a thresher is not
Atlanta Constitution, so much wanted as a machine for
gathering the peas and leaving the
vines. At present the universal plan
There is one topic suggested , by -n l-ie Souih, is to gather the pods by
North Carolina that is being hand'ed anc re cheap labor of women
in the papers of all sections. In the ancl children, and flail thern out by
north and northwest, in the fir south hand. With the increased culture of
a xlinttttes, nearer to us the way ! these peas there must be soon ma
North Carolina deals with its convicts cbinery invented to gather and clean
n being considered and with evident e crop. The worst trouble m pre
approwd. The working of the con- serving the seed is to keep the wee
vils from them.
i ;ns can be
v.cts on the public roads impresses
the newspapers muvhYore tlian our done by preventing their entrance.
ome weeks ago tne surveyors : Bud Harvev, a iarmer living about
CO:i;bS vv;i Pant--d at Hub and its : ttn nv;;ts ci:t : Big Turkey Tlam
needie made to point toward Row- n.ock ,t.rt:on , irar:A , ut:!rtl ( fcr tnvvn
The survey has been made Monday in the-midst of a driving
i.iion a ee-ion 01 rvooeson county ; ra;n. Soon the wind ircre;-cd to a
heretofore without railroad acco:no- terrific storm, the rain coming down
dation nd yet rich with timber and 1 m sheets a:u the u.;nd an:ilt thrf;W.
splendid firm lands. It is now re- jRS the buggy over. Coming to a
ported that work on the extension is ! deserted house he stopped as if to
lot know that under demo-
They do 3
0 ratio mvnajemem th
:-;. ws were ur:
Icep the peas in good tight sacks cuon on the streets ol R')l
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rover, no m
v. '. s ' : : n;i
fro!if.:t.i;e to tile
oemg contracted and that operations ; g0 ;n, Suddenly a terrific roar was
will begin at once. This means a con- : heard behind him. Looking l..u k he
tinious line north from Conwa,S.C.,Saw a dense, black cloud iewcrmg
and that a regular freight and passen- j over the ground, reaching to the top
ger service will be instituted. It will 0f the trees. Me could see b:g, tall
give cur truckers a direct outlet pines falling in every direction and
to .northern markets, while at the 1 splintering ' across each other, wh le
same time it will make Chadhourn an L the noise was ar palling.
unexcelled location for manufacturing j h was rushing rapidly in his direc
purposes. We shall watch the work ! tion and seeing his peril he wlFppcd
on this new enterprise with intense in- up his horse- The latter, a thorongh
terest and with the thsh of the first ! bred, took the bh in his teeth and
headlight into Rowland we shall be- j started on a dead run up the road,
gin the agitation to bring capital here ! Nearer and nearer came the hurricane
to erect factories and build a city. All j and he could hear the noise of falling
things are possible to those who re- trees a few rods back of him, the
fuse to acknowledge defeat, Truck- j frantic efforts of his horse barely
ers and Planters Journal. ( keeping in front of the terrific whirl-
p-- ; .
DiiT.'ienve llelween lOamairl Tramp. j WinCl.
1 Suddenly he felt an uoward twist tif
The diiterence between a "hobo- ; his buy re;ll;zed that he was
and a 4 'tramp" was a subiect of dis- 1 -.j- . : 1 . ... .. .
! r.oine, 01 ;i:!ii;'.n, as u wtie, me rear
end of the buggy being l!f;ed up our
a foot from the ground. Frantically
he applied the whip, and for a few
Seconal me race oetwecn er:m
an;; l::m was a terrm; o:a
i ;:j a
g tnem so;ne or tne j 3 Wl'v-V- '""'s
, . ,o.fc . - t ' to a '-female hobo." It was contend-
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,.. a,..., L. 1 ed that a ''hobo" was alwavs a man,
a, e at '.U ; g s ... 1 es. j - '
mo. a. man w,m a traoe. A ceppe-ri;-,
who claias to know all about
lie- e pe. : .s ! peripctetio individuals
ns rliere :s n: adiing i-i co:;i:r.on be-
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,t i:'rii :;::!
1 l re
hcv will be so ut:-
apt. Fro ;
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:zed no d
it :s tne
.vii work trie
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mu'.::i i: as inns iar oeeii
d(aiel;y the .Y:-tem we are not ap
prised, but not very much we sup-
.1 ame: .'ir.acio sent :rom ivai-
i'jh to the New
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out on account of
cannot ke-p a i-.-b
ii'-se wn a do wor.c.
is -t n'-rsor; who wdi work,
s drinkin.T haiats
is merely a
. j 1 res
iled mechanic -vlio has been over-
h.ff a n
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sp-( d, the
!e to side, ;
; f;''.)m be!:
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( 1 1 ' ,e bv str;
A tramp has
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a: sad ov:r
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pies Church, Rev. 1). W. Davis,
services every Sunday, 11 a :n,
a. Prayer meeting Welnesday
Simdav School at 3 o'clock, p.
York ivening Po-t
has been much copied and comment
ed upon. We make a brief selection
from it here :
"This system of working petty
offenders not only assures good roads
but it has the effect of ridding North
Oraoes with laclampaue Root and the I d u'e11 t0 l)reserv thcse definitions.
I into 1 i arenauud.
auo singers use it.
It is perform me
Sold by druge'ists.
oaaway ne ;aai
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1 SO .!,.! 1 Mil. .Ml
- that he could have
n the trunks '.vithout
: id'-uly as it came,
f h :y miles and a
cua;ter m width the destruction was
! complete, the lerruao storm making
a.a,.i-.-.n...,t ..r hy ,i,e i a- a.neatlv cut path' throueh the thick
uty i.t N. Y, ! . ', ,.
. forest, leveling the trees close to tne
no use tor mm and regards him as ;
i s ai a.m. .-aaenf adlova who-o ;e';n;i. tend t'
amihes, has ior ! brine' the tramp profession into disre- t-.-.e-'o,,-,- th
Cord; ti most effective lor i P:5t'--'
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i iie nature oicnon irv makers win
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News and Observer
The Committee of Physicians re- j ground, presenting a scene cf the ut
uested to examine into the merits of: mos- destruction Lx.
I'resevterian Church, Rev. James
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mas Pastor; services on the rirst, ! v.ai ta;na vjwus n me im .uui) 01
.1 the wines of Alfred Speer, report
For so:;e tame past, previous to ' , . , - , ,
1 1 i tnese wmes strictly nure. accentable
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ao and -ourtn uiu av in e ei nortnern tramiis wno maKe meir way vesteroay, a coioreo oov, caw. xnus- a , . , , , , , ,
, , 1 , , , i- J ' . ! m flavor, palatable and ncn body.
ill e.liM ,lt l-'Hli..i.u s . v-w.-. . j jwuui v. l v.1 y l w v. - ........ ;S SCj , aOe)UL 1 1 i I C tT 1 1 iTrJIS t'i dC, V ilb
v. Services at ria. m. and S:3o p
: a Sunday School at 5 o'clock, p. m.
ioptist Church, service as follows: .' grant
I'rt.'irl,;,,, t;,,,l ,,. i-n.rnMiir ;it TTT!flIS inVarU
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"'ci-K-k and S p. m. Rev. W. H. Redish
t . r. T"S.i: -C XT. r 1
of cold weather, Whenever a tramp ! ., . ' s r..mon ! Ul' Lru! LUlan 01 ACW lorK
, , , , , 1 1 emp)0eei oy alia, oam 1 e..ii mon. r , , L T 1,1 ti .
is arrested here, under the general va-1 , 1 ' . , . ' board of Health, says there is no oet-
aws or municipal ordinance, he ! resides on ourth btreet' be" ter wine in the world.
riably given thirty days on the j tween Red Cross and Campbell, j
ls an initial dose, at the end of " Russell seemed to be a smart chap j "OM curity shop- Tom nwn.
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a-'a.r. f'raver meeting w ecmesciay wnicn periou ne ia wucicu i ltavc ' and attentive to his work, but as the ! , , . . . , , . ,
r,::,,,,, civ,,,,. .n,P,v SHn.oi to.vn. If he does not comalv with i , . , . I The old curiosity shop, which
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this order within twenty-four hours he
imous, has been torn
A dispatch from Versailles, Iy..
says that most of the tanners in that
vicinity are holding their wheat in the
hope of getting a dollar a bushel for
it. The Philadelphia Record re
marks upon this that "the hope may
not be realized ; but the fact that they
are able to hold shows that they are
in goodcondition financially, and that
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I'iiaaitive bantist Church, preaching is sentenced to a sixty days' term. ULU lUai u-,,auu iJ1 Ullwv . " down. It has had to give way to
i:ra! Sunday In Rider Jas. Pass; on I but it is selelom that a second dose is . e.unc slcucl -i and a handsome modern ! n .....
1 Sunday by KIder Jas S. Woodard; I necessary. The tramps leave as from the sales less ; yet Russell turn- bui!di now covers the site of the ;rfL:Z, ' T, '
tickets ior every sale he made. ! . t-i ! 'V . ."
ith Sunday and Saturday before soon as opportunity presents itseit ecj jn
: pastor, Illder P. 1). C.old. Ser- and warn all of their stripe to beware; y
venerable structure where Dickens j vance m the price of wheat within a
a.t 1 1 a. m.
1 .000 1
a'il.ir meetings of Mt. Lebanon
a- r Xo. 27 are held in the Masonic
very 2nd Monday night at 7:30
a p. m. each month.
W. H. Applewhite, II. P.
I of the state- 1 hese convict road- ; A " Rueil i ' p ' cApenueu bo : year has been something extraordi-
! makers do not come in contact with 1 carmon it-cove. e' a. xusbe j mUch pathos. It has been occupied nary. It has o0no up o cen's a
iree laDor, ior toe reason mai uie aic; - "" tor nearly half a century by a paper h1 ,1 cn , ,,;
" " V J l J 4 , l.. no. V V. .JV-V-IA V.OI.. ti HHV-
historical associa- that this advance means again of
advei tlSeiiient. : Cr- non ro- o tl-r A r-r-r'-.n f-.ror
! This is indeed a very pretty penny.
North Carolina, like every southern money. The shrewd young theif was
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war meetings oi ait. j.en:o;on j n0r. empioyeu on tne roaus r sueeib rons, naei oeen sening u to ouic-ia .u ; tgj. ,vij0 USC(j jfg
' H7 A. F. t'c A. M. are held i mnlnvp.l r.n the roads or streets in- ! h-?A t..t. ' '
, ,, - v 1 W '1- -i-'i- . '51. V LClilJ M-. VjUU.il, uuu nau uii-ii t i i
a- hall, corner of Nash and Oo.iS . ,l , tV, I p 1 . - tion with skill as an
areets on the ist and 3rd Monday I'"-' --P - n,,tu ...... ; turning in tickets which he had stolen i c-an Pprorf
.t jo'r'urk o m each month. I county roads leading into towns which Chicago Kecord.
'jJUtr I V.M. heretofore have received little atten- her house, repeating the tnelt ;
state, is oadiy m neec
t ..-11 T T- 1 .
ly in need of good roads, i arrested and tried ny justice rovv.er ,
In all the ninety -six counties- there i yesterday ai.ernoon. oe euji-i
ar meetings of Mt. Lebanon i,irf. fi-e noorest of noor roads, cener- ! mitted to jail in default ol S50 bond j
-iaietlTevy Itlf Monday5 ni ! ally impossible or" neatly so in the for his appearance at the next term j
"l o'clock each month. j winter months. A system by which I of the criminal court. !
the main roads m all the counties may iviisseii staLes mat ne .s nam e o. ,
l.otrae ! .... . t-v e r .T,a c... ,
K. of 11 v, -7; k. V, : t,,:r u.oi hp crreat v improved is what is need- I riorence, o. c.-nuu
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ed, Tne loss by bad roads is im
mense. A macadam is the thing. It
will be a blessing in many w3ys.
He'-: a 1- ,.,,..;.... ,.f ;im. I .iiP--
' ' H. Xo. i fio ! ;ire held
. a.' r tne ist National Hank every ist
1 nor stiay evening at 3:30 o'clock, p. m.
P.. F. Priggs, Director.
Ro;uL.r meetings of Contentnea
a hF-.. v,x t;-, tS t j1(Jm ;,t
' ' lx ul 1 i"-11 .
s' Hall verv I hurst'.av
Visiting members always wed-
j fY':ular meetings of Enterprise
;;0('.sre, Xo. 44, are held every Frday
"t in Odd Fellows' Hall.
A ferric s C - -. r..f t -1 -. f T .
CJ cc t-eve-r words ofgloom are wordsof harm.
BeCaUSe H CUrCS the I There is a bright side and a dark side
mOSt SiUbbom CnSC- every phase of life and to every
of Fever in ONE DAY. " - speak of the
1 brignt side we bring the brightness
j into prominence ; if we speak of the
dark side, we deepen its shadows. It
is in our power to help or hinder by
The "M-h! l.I. t t ion.
In answer to several request as to
"Mamma, was that a sugar plum ; "x .t .4u.. Cw .csuaUUU ; a word any anc everv persoa ,v;th
you just gave me ?" asked htte Ma-. m order to vote on the question cf - whom we CQnie intQ C0'ntact.Enter.
bel. "Io, dear, u was one 01 u.. . special school tax at the August elec
Ayer's Pills." "Please, may I have ! t;Qnj wg j that it does nQL Those
another?" "Not now, dear, one of . , ... . . a t
O-A-JSOIFLX-.- . triose n:ce little pills is all you need , 11W w" C"":1 1"CX1'1 vw"1,UUlU j
-sea at present, because they are so ef-, b' a!I raea"3 register and vote against yerr-
1 fective." the tax.-Fayetteville Observer. ; 647