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WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS
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Entered as tecond-clase matter
Augukt &. 1309. at the pofttufllce at
Washington,^. under the act of
March 3. 1879.
PUBLISHED EVKR.Y AFTERNOON
No. ir* East Main Street.
<1. I* MAYO, Editor and Proprietor.
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WASHINGTON. N. C.. OCT. l.
LET THE NEWS FOLLOW.
Parties leaving town should not
fail to let The News follow them daily
*ith the news of Washington fresh |
and crisp. It will ?rove a valuable
companion, reading to you like a let
ter from home. Those at the Mea
shoro or mountains will find .The
News a ujost welcome and interesting
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The editor desires to. express his
gratitude 10 the pVoplo of Bath. Au
rora. Small. Edward, for the many
.'dditions to the Daily News-' subscrip
tion list during till*. week. 'We take
'this occasion to thank them publicly,
and hope to fully measure up to their
? expectation?:. Kor :iic*"~pood .tirtupH
s?\id of The News wc are more than
grateful. and for the mnsfy courtesies
shown our representatives in the flold
we are appreciative.
They were received ajt every &p
PQir.tnieijt with open arms. No more
hospitable [reo^Jo live anywhere than
in Beaufort county. Remember. The
Daily Newn-aud its editor* n re at your |
bat k for every good work and will i
aid and- assist in fighting for your
rights asid aiffbTtiftns. The paper is
yours, for yfrtir progress and uplift.
and ir we run in our feeble way do
something toward building up your
community and aiding the people
to see the broader view of lite then;
we shall feel our mission is bearing
some fruit. Let's all worW" together :
for beaufort county. Its furtherance
.. ami henermeflf.
Good Cotton Average
but Picking Backward
The following story on cotton crop
conditions in North Carolina is taken
from the .luurtiiil of Conj im-n-t* of
condition in quite up to the average I
percentage for this time of year and
prospects appear aboot'the same as a
year ago. Picking Is. however, con-]
elderably behind la*t year, when at
this tinjp it was 23 per cent gathered.
Weather Is favorable and bolls are
opening fa*t. and where picked cotton
is rushed to market Insert and rust
daman-- li^ht )ir. ma,|V
correspondents who look for a good
Gaston. ? Top crop fairly good;
openinK slowly, , n.onc marketed;
weather favorable; no insects or
rust; shedding slight. %
Davidson. ? The crop. is spotted
some farms were poorly worked; oth
ers well wofked and average crop
will be gathered; drouth In August
injured some "late cotton.
Fairmont. ? I think conditions are
favorable to at t^a^i the basis of SO
percent: picking and selllug rapidly.
Rutherfordtor,. ? Crop deteriorated
about 5 per cent since August 23; no
top crop prospects; opening slow;
continuous rains; none marketed;
picking will ronuoence In about 10
days; crop late; weather still warm
and- no frost yet; no insects, no rust
Red Springs ? Some top crop; good
bottom and middle; opening fjisu
marketing fast; none held back;
weather ?ery favorable; no insacts;
rust and shedding light; prospects
very good in this section: Carolina's
Benson. ? Cotton Is opening very
fast and Is beln* marketed as fast as
picked; no top crop and much shed
ding; some deterioration since last
report, caused by extreme heat and
Mount Pleasant.? Opening about
as usual; marketed slow; 10 days
late; farmers lfqldlng; nti lA sects:
"weather conditions fine; very" little
rust; #Ith late frost many youtiJT
i "BoTTs on top of cotton will mature
and add to crop. . Y .
? ? - Kinstoa-. ? - Weather fa?orab1u;
seed cotton yielding larger percen
tage. -of lint JhM usual; thii. Male ia
fetter condition than generally re-v
. Tarboro. ? Weatbor Ideal tor ma
tnrlgytrop; jield is better than ex
pected; while ?on^t.crope are poor
others are flfie; looks like 0?rtf 'a
agton ? Wei
growing crop. :3' ' s.
Clayton.? Crop la spotted; sandy
lands poor; dHJr Unas Miter "
^'Farmvllle. ? Cotton suffered from
the bat, dry weather In August and
first of September, causing the young
built tu dry up and tail off- ?*
Troy.? Top crop Is short as reaufl
~of all weefc?'~dry weather; opening
faat; mnrkptlng faut as ginned; no
rust nor shedding; weather dry.
Knfield. ? Crop two weeks late.
Dudley, ? The cotton crop Is ?ery
short uhJMh about II open and no
top -crop on account of rust.
Klnstou. ? No top crop on account
of dry August; in many places leaves
are air gone; opening fast; marketed
fast: crop early; nothing held back.
SiantonVbutg ? Cotton being gin
ned and sold as fust as picked.
Old Hundred. ? The dry weather
ruined crop in this section.
Lumber ton ? Very little August
Allenton. ? Cotton is nou opening
as It should.
Roslridaie.? Corn is shortest in 20
years; dry weather has cut it 2o per
Raeford? Not opening 4* . fast as
Louisbufg. ? Some portions of the
county, where the lands afe red. will
gin two-thirds of a crop, but in the
sandy portions not over one-half.
Raleigh. ? ?rop damaged by dry
weather from August 20 to Septem
ber 10; farmers say 25 per cent; we
are satisfied this is an exaggeration,
Newell.-? Forty days ago we had
the promise of NO per cent of a crop,
but the dry, windy weather caused
all of the August forms to- drop; no
| i.i'AiiiuH'i: J -Vri j. m hp i-inum pii'k
od and none marketed.
j Brodle. ? N* toi* crop; commenc
ing 'T?> open f bolls very small;
weather very dry for past month; all
shed off except grown boll*
Pittsboro. ? Cotton Is 3 or 4 weeks
Hatiillion.? No Improvement; dry
Bestou.'? Cotton -short ; all busy:
Sold as fanf as pickoJT*
Dunn. ? Weath'eY has been favor- 1
able pant ii) days and crop is being |
*"t Kooky Mount. ? A little late 5n|
opening: poor crop on light land; i
miff and late ami will be affected by |
early or late frost.
Kenly. ? Th? hot. dry weather Is I
forcing the cotton op?m before podsj
Meilora.-- r! am straining a -point to |
-tt* ? tttJ ? I he drouth ? Hi ? bad
rottoii and causing premature open
ing- of early.
Eaglctown. ? The prospects for a
top. crop are poor: opening slowly;
no cotton ginned or sold; most farm
ers will still when baled: some rust,
and shedding very much, owing to
Mrv wither:' only ."4 points rain this
month up to date.
Whltakers ? The cotton- crop seems
to fluctuate rapidly" each week.
Laurinburg. ? Some think. It has
deteriorated much since last report;
opening very fast in the past week ; I
early frost will cut off all top crop;
inarkteed us Tast as gathered; weath
er good and picking being rushed.
- Derita^Crop slow ? opening; -top
crop growing some.
Anneta.? Very little picked -and
very dry. /
Hoseboro. ? Top crop no good; cut
off by drouth; picking It becoming
general now; farmers are selling
through here about as fast as ginned;
some few will ?old their cotton later;
rust has. done some damage in some
farms: cotton opeulivg very fast.
Stony Point. ? Conditions very un
fjuji.tbie. tm> ? mui-h rain. ? no top
Morrlsville. ? The crop has deter
iorated considerably since July
caused by excessive rain and follow
ed by long drouth;' no picking done
yet, unless possibly In the more
New London. ? Crop has Improved,
in last 20 days a good deal, and pres
<?!" weather i> liml Ideal for cotton.
Stubhs. ? No picking as yet
amount to anything; the late rains
have improved condition.
Lilly. ? Very little cotton picked.
but picking will soon be general; we
are having It very dry and too cold
for cotton; top rroTi will be no good.
Kittrell.' ? Cotton crop very podr;
will not be over two-thirds of a crop.
W^ldon. ? We have hardly begu>n
Mac'on. ? Just commenced picking.
Wei don. ? Picking just begun; crop
spotted; some very good, others very
poor: .selflnig as fast as ready for the
Scotland Neck. ? No top crop; 12
to I f days late: drouth causing pre
IH>n*t forget to meet me at Hnnly'*
Eggs . . 21c
Chickens, grown. * 28 to 30f
Spring chickens 10 to 26ei
Hides, green ' . . . . 6 to 7c
Hides, O. 8 8c
WS44 wool, t-t ? ..... l g to 20c
Buiry wool, rrrr^ v ? u i?j < *>? to
WW 3 1-23
-Wont ?m ttexm fcnni aoj
Lambskin . 26 to 4<M
Sheerlhigs ...... /. . . . to io?
mature opepln g; a)eo shedding ?mall
boUja . ;
tfew London. ? Improved at least
5 per cent since last report.
? ?.My*. ?? K< H.Qy.t made a wonderful,
purchase of 75 new fall ladles' tail
ored suits, which he is disposing of
at 117.75. every one of which Is eas
ily worth $29.50. They are guaran
teed to lit. See the window display.
They are the latest models.
Carriage ami Hath ?peo?ee, 1c to
tv. Hardy's Drug Store.
Sloan's Liniment is a quick
and safe remedy for croup,
cough or cold, pain in the chest,
sore- throat, enlarged tonsils,
asthma and bronchitis. ? .
No/?mtfter where the fain is
? Sln'ftTi ft
gives instant' relief. You don't
have to rub? it penetrates and
acts like massage.
Use this Liniment always in
stead of sticky pt asters, be
not clog up the pores of the.,
At all Dngqixtt Prie* ?5e., 60c. and $ J. 00.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
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SCHKDILF. GAS UO.\T VICTQK. 1
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. I
Leave Hunter's Bridgp G a. m; ar- j
rive" nt Hath. 6.30, Washington, 9.
Leave Washington 2.30 p. my^n^-riv* ?
Rath 5. p. m.. Ilunte. a 3ridge 5.30. !
Fare 50c. round trip, 35c. one way. '
WILLIAM UOVI). M ister. "
? muse it acts qnirlcpr nnH
If You Are a Business Man With Foresight
You will boy a piece of thla valuable water trout
"?w: Thep yoy II own It when th? fr?. ini.-t wat<(r route
L??n Wood MEMBERS N. Y. COTTON EXCHANGE Jamca W. Co!e|
L LEON WOOD & CO
BANKERS and BROKERS ^
r STOCKS. BONDS. COTTON, GRAIN and PROVISIONS.
il PLUME STREET, CARPENTER BUILDING. NORFOLK. VA.
Private Wires to N. Y. S'ock Exchange. N. Y. Cotton Exchange. Chicago
Board of Trade and o the rFlnancial Centers.
Correspondence respectfully solicited. Investment and Marginal
' ^accounts given careful attention. ~ . ' ?
$ CM EAST CAROLINA ~ - g
Teachers' Training School
Established and maintained by the State for the young met.
and women who wish to qualify thc^nselves for the profession
of teaching- ^Buildings and equipment new and modern. ? Sani
tation perfect' <
SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 5TH. 1909.
For prospectus and Information, address ROBT. H. WRIGHT,
President, Greenvflle, N. C.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
BKGINS AT 10 O'CLOCK Ar M.
EVREYBODY WILL VISIT
THE IIR EM EN'S GR/fND
CARNIVAL and GALA WEEK
~Sarhuui Aiuuzciucni COUlpStty A rrfJd/uliiS."?"
WASHINGTON, N.C., WEEK OF
OCT. 4TH TO OCT. 9TH, INCLUSIVE
Six Jolly Dflys and Six Merry Nights of Solid Fun,
Recreatiorf and Amusement!
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THK LARCKMT AM) GRANDEST EXHIBITION OF ITS KIND IN. THE WOpLD. A GUTTERING. GOR
GEOUS PANOPLY OF FUN AND FROLIC.
30? People, 30*1 Performers, 10 Big Featttl^ Shows, 3 Sensational and Thrilling Free Acts, a Magnif
ies ni Killing Devices, 2 Grand Concert and Military Hands.. The World's Famous Royal Italian Hand will
give free concerts IhjIIi afternoon and evening. Free l.'oncerl* and Free Exhibitions. "every hour. Home
thing dtifng till the time. . ? ?
Q TV/f \ TT \ V" man Wi,h nerves ot ?teel and skill- which only cc-inet to the great and
lVlrV X ? 1 ? V-T t\ X ? iHftMn i.uw |M? as ba iUad> Ut?k hom and worth on -a slond??
structure 104 feet in height, and Huddtnlyrhoota ooarn ? down into the very Jaws of death, and like a devour
ing beast they stand open to destroy*, but with that ifttrepld daring he lands "wifely into a 4x0 tank, containing
but 3 1-i feet of water. The most soul-sttrrlng. norvo-racklng sight that has ever been witnessed- x
See Young~4!rotliers in their sensational Aerial Act? the Sensation of all Sensations.
As unlike (lie old worn-out Street Fair and Carnival as RADIUM la unlike BRAHH. Traveling by special
train in their own magnificent palace cars. Opens at 1.30 p. m.; closes at llJWp. m.
MEET ME AT TH^ CARNIVAL ^
TO BEAUFORT AM) HYI>K COUN
Three prlsee of |5. $3 an* $2 will
be given In cash an prizes ta the three
best exhibit s. of Corn. Each farmer
is requested to send five earg of cotn
with bis nynnr-ntfd puutuglcg. address
to B". K. -Snsraan. president ?nd gen
eral manager of the Washington
nujae EU'THBf Ca., WglBUlfUm, W.
C. The corn wJH bo received and ex
hibited st.tho .Washington Horse Eg
^tmnge Co:' from now until Not. 25.
Dec. 1st three disinterested judges
will decide the contest and award the*
prizes. Send In your exlhlbt aa early
as possible, which will be placed .'on
4XbJt>U at once, R? p?tfollyr
A 6CMJALLON (]AM)l',|\K METAL
tank for sale cheap. J. C. Rod
man. ? * j
25 CANARY BIRDS FOR SALE ? I
have on handv'25 fine canary birds,
good songsters, beautiful plumage,
guaranteed to sing. Price per pair,
^ 15; single birds, $2.60. Guaran
4 t*?d ?afe delivery anywhere in th*"
State. Address W. H. Gasklns.
Aurora, N. C. ? .
FALL MILLINERY OPENING ON
Friday and Saturday, at the James
E. Clark Co.'s, store.
8R VE NT Y-FI V E NEW FALL TAIL
ored Suits, at 117.75; extra special.
See ad. on inside page. J. K.
FOR KALE: BEST WEEKLY NF.WS
? popor propooition In N. O? Those
meaning business, address Look
Out Realty Co.. Beaufort.
FOR RENT ? 3po AC RE FARM, lOO
acres cultivated. Dwelling- house
and out-houses;' one mile from
Leechvllle. Address Norwood !,.
urday ? 1st and
the day's. Jamep Br-Clark h
111 1 r- T ? TT
AT ONCE. REUABLE REPHESEN
tatives la this vicinity to look after
renewals and new subscriptions,
part -or whole time, for the fastest
growing magazine in America. Lib
eral salary and commissions. Live
men and women .make $?5 to 9160
a montb. Appointments qow being
made. Write immediately to Di
rector of Circulation, Hampton's
Magarine, 66 West J5tb st, New
York Cltj^, _
FOR C OMFORT TRY A DOROTHY"
Dodd soft cap flexible shoe. At J.
PEACHEST PEARS. LETTI CE. CEIy
ery. Basket 6rapea. Fancy Apples,
at Rhodes. ? \
THOSE WHO HAVE WAITED FOR
the James E. Cfark Co.'s big .mil
linery opening will more than con
gratulate themselves when they
se* the large and complete stock.
HTRKOGRAPHF.lt ^ I)i T Y P K
wrHer. Lei m'u mltejuui lBLOT.,
Miss Beultfh TbomasQn ?.
Chamber of Commerce.
JET "MAT PISH GIVEN' AWAY AND
engraved free. See our show wtn
dow. AT G. Smlthw fc Co.
SPECIAL SALE LADIES' SUITS AT
? 17.75: all colors; see window. J.
K. Hoyt'B. ? " ? L.
KEAUFORT RESIDENCE FOR HAIJS
Larg6. roomy, airy,. conveniently
located, near water. Look Out
Realty Co>, Beaufort, N. C.
AGE NTH WAXTKI) TO TAKE OR
ders for "Cook-Peary North Pole
Discoveries- Illustrated." Genuine
sensation. Whirlwind success.
Profits $ ja dally, first. Send ]
? 23c fur aim pit? BWB ? WVKS 16
dax, National Publishers (Estab-,
liahed 1857). lakeside Building.
, Chicago. ' ' A
LADIKS SHOULD SEE THE NEW
cloth top button patent 'leather
? ?tin* at J K Hayfa. *
THOSE JKT HAT PINS ARK ALL
the rage, those are beauties 8mlth
g'/ it en, tiavg. ruu gm una an
graved free ? tbey are given away,
loo. Ask about them.
CAFCDIHB for "That Headache.**
nervous this morning? Hicks' Capu
dlne just the thing to fit you for
business. Clears the head ? braces
th* nenrw*. Try it. At drug stores.
Hicks' (a pad In* Cures Sick Headache
There are enough "Idle dollars" in
this city to capitaiixe-~-and vital Ur,
and materialize ? a hundred plana
j like that oiis nf4 yours, a bulncsa
I opportunity ad. is the beat Idle dollar
ban tar. '
H. W. CARTER, M. D.
Practice Lia^ted to Diaeaaee of the
tnriir, Nofe ahS Throat. ~ *
kourai VI) A. M. Cor. Milt ud
2-5 P.M. Gladden Sta., >
PHONE 14. -Waablagton. N. C. 4.
Dr. I. M. Hardy
** ?<" SURGEON
Waahlnctoo. N. C.
DR. H. SMEI .L ~~~
Office corner of Main and' 1
Respass Streets. Phone 100 V
Washington, N. C. - '
H. S. WARD ^VNIUS D. GRIMES
- ? WARD & GRIMES '
ATTORNEYS- AT -LAW
? J_ Washington, N.JG.
We practice in the Courts of the First
Judicial District, and the
John H. Small, A. D. MacLean,
SMALL, MAC LEAN &
Washington, North Carolina. ?
VV. D' GRIMES
Washington, North Carolina.
Practices In all the Courts.
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WTM. BOND, EdentonrSTc]
NORWOOD L. SIMMONS
BOND & SIMMONS
Washington, North Carolina.
-Practice in all Couits.
W. L. Vaughan W- A. Thompson
VAUGHAN & THOMPSON
^ . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Washington and Aurora, N. C.
Practice in all the courts.
H. CHARTER, JR.,
Washington, N. C.
. Office Market Street.
Win. B. Rodman. Wiley C. KodauuT
RODMAN & RODMAN
Washington, N. C.
R, L STEWART -
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER and
. Corner Main and Market Street*.
Just received a large assortment of the
latest designs In Jewelry. Re
. pairing a specialty.
B. B. Goldstein,
We are stilt doing business at our
old stand. In this period between the
aaaaons are still satisfying nus
tomers. Our fall samples are already
in and we can take your order now
for imnediate or futare delivery.
Yours for business, H. B. Goldstein*
J. and P. B. MYERS
The J. H. Simmons Marble
and Granite Co.
Prices mad Work Rl?hl.
WASHINGTON. N. C.
WHITE -BARBER -SHOP
The only flnt-claN white ihof la city.
A trial will convince anyone o 4 im
ooable Judcnaeot. . We have 1 chain.
] first-class white barber*. Sstlfsctlon
aeeured. Opposite Postal office.
A. B. DR AUGHON, Prop. I ?
C. MORGAN WILLIAMS
of all kinds.
DEOPLE who ire troubled with
? 1 ttiffnefl and poor circulation
It penetntet and act. like rnKssegn,
bat doe* not require robbing.