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WASHINGTON DAILY NEW*
Entered as Bacond-class matte)
August 5. 1909, at the postofflce a*
Washlngtou, N. C.. uuder the act oi
March. 3. J.879
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON |
No. 114 East Main Street? ?
J. L. MAYO, Editor and Proprietor.]
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WASHINGTON/ N l\, OCT. P .
LET THE NEWS FOLLOW.
Parties leaving town should not
tall to let The News follow them dally
with thu news of Washington fresh
and crisp. It wfll prove u valuable j
companion, reading to you like a let
ter from home. Those at the sea
shore or , mountains will find The
News a mb*t welcome aud interesting
mist he si<;ni:i>.
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publication ?m-*t hp siL'tu-J. bv thf
writer, otherwise they will not
\ -sn ; II ; >1 III. 1. 1 1 i .
Tdnfght couiyiotys the engagem*
of the carnival in Washington, ar.d
when thela^r tent has been folded,
the last nail drawn, and the street
cleaned of the debris, the ciilzetU^t*
"tfie city will no doubt tfiwrtie a sigh
of relief. What pond has it accom
plished. ,.ji:iy way .' There is nothing
? ? elevating and strengthening about it:
on the contrary, it is degrading aud.
demoralizing, for folk do things ou
?the grounds that if pictured to them
on canvas would cause them to Ho'd
TTp rrn-Tr hnnda TTi norrrr. People"
seem to think the' carnival ground is
just the plaee^jvhere they can cut iij*
and approach otner people in a way
that is abrupt, coarse, and unrefined,
and nothing will be said ftr thought
of it. t While they glory in such pro
cedure and thlyk their tu ts rtrf? smart,
they are mistaken, for the belter clas?
of citizens condomn Than ways, both
publ&ly and private. They have good
grounds for such condemnation. -
Of what' benefit has this aggrega
tion of shows been to this city? Noth
ing," practically. The News admits a
few dollars probably has been added
to the fund to purchase a new hose
^ wagon for tbP fire company. While
this organization is richer by several
hundred dollars the remaining por
tion of the city is far worse off. Not
only has money buon spent foolislilyy
but many have been made to feel
ashamed of the conduct, the deport
ment. of many in attendance.
The News hopes the day will never
far forget themselves as 4o grant a
"PTTvtl^Ke for another carnival xo_tlslL
Washington, la this instance, how
much better it would have been for
the entire citizenship to have con
tributed to the purchase of a hose
wagon and not advertised to the out
side world the fact Washington Is so
poor carnivals have to be secured in
?? -?H? !1I>P Ulliwy. IL-LLu^lHIHfrH
a-#ad state^f affaHt*.
If such a show were elevating and
uplifting, the Daily News would be
in the van for its support and encour
agement, but as we have failed to Bee
such a condition, we are compelled to
say it has been of -rio good. We be
lieve a major portion of the citizens
will agree with us in this statement. |
"? ,,r; '""knviCT; * l'r Vi.^Ti TT V
Christianity is the religion of sa-.
ri-Pri ar.r.ir fr u-.,a i,.i? .h?
world with joyous notes of angelic
Bong. While shepherds watched their
flocks by night, suddenly there wat
wafted tp their wondering ears the
glad strains of the first Christmas
song, chanted by a multitude of the
heatenly host. From the purple hill? 1
of Judea this sweet refrain. "Glory
to God in the highest, and on earth
peat* , gut*} w Ml toward ha?
floated fgr ppd wide till Its melody
now fllft the earth. The apostol'r
age was productive .of many noble
hymns of praise, fragments of which
are preserved in the New Testament,
as I. Tim., 3:16. When the intellect
failed to comprehend the _mighty
mysteries of the Incarnation, Atone
ment, and Resurrection; the he:irt
found utterance for its rapture In tne
music and rhythm of sacred song.
What most Impressed the pagan phil
osopher, Plln/^he Younger, about the
Christian service* was their hymns
ot devotion to the Kison Christ: they
- ip<rroqrot? 0?y frvpTng praTses to tfi'c
bright and morning star. ?
Every revival of religion has b*en
accompanied by a^.fresh outburst of
? true' of the Reformation. - linther>
hymns did possibly more than his ser
mons to spread the Gospel over Eu
rope. Congregational singing is one
of the main Testures of Protestant
worship The great ?wsltsMng
days of Wesley gave birth to anew
bars! of saer?4 sort*; th? ferm** of
Chas. W eslep, the sweetest sieger of
;hip of the entlre^Jhristtiif 'world.
On? a^unaller scale the game aw
>e Bald of the Moody revival. Sauk
?y's "Gospel Souks" remain as th?
nemorlal of that great work of grace
1'he more recent "Welsh revival was
jreernlii|nlly "tt7~**"9lnging revival.''
We wish this "to be true of the ap
?roaching meeting In our city, and
Yre preparing to- magnify the service
>rsong. The music wttl be?mder-the
lirectton of Mr. Black's skillful" lead
er, Mr. Burr. The choir of the sev
?ral churched will combine to form a
large chorus of fifty or sixty voices.
A piano, clarinet end cornet will be
ised. and the whole congregation will
be urged to join in the singing, that
up 'to our Lord an J His Christ.
? All whom Clod has endowed with
the talent of singing are asked u>
help in this blessed employ. The gift
is His atid/IIe wants your services.
Such>iwfying "With the splril'ar.'d
-with lhe understanding" is the high-j
est form of worship, and a prepara
don for the endless service of the l*p
| per Sanctuary,, where angels- and re
leemed saints forever sing the new
song of Moses mid the Lamb.
PltOM OTHKK SANfTl MS.
The 1'pliCU printed by the Jackson |
Training School, under the direction j
>f Mr. .1. P. C'oolc. chairman of thoj
board of trustees oi the'sehool, is de
veloping into a splendid North Oavo
:na magazine. .The October number |
s a gem' and contains much interest
tind-valuaMu natter. The first-ar
ticle is a sketch of Mr. 1'. CaldwelTl
editor of ihe Charlotte Observer. |
?our.;,y superintendents' association.
by_C. II. Me\>ar.e. an article on bulM;
*lig and loan associations by A!c~an-1
5e:- Webb, of Rnlcigh. an article by
Prof. J. A., !31vons on the work o? Su
perintendent Joyner's office: AI. Fair
brother contributes an article. "Cur
few Should Ring in Kterv Town,"
-and there are ma^rr" other selected
and contributed articles of intercut.
It il?igh Tiiiies.
We wore very much gratified last
week with the enthusiastic sentiment
in favor of the issuance of sood roads
bond* for Hrunsv% wlil.R"
was displayed by .many of ?he prom
inent IJtizen* of the county with
whom a representative of the Herald
talked. The people of the county
seem to be of one aeeord on this im
portant (jtiCMiori. and have fully
awakened to the importance of im
proving their public roads. ? South
The two sides cf the waf between
the explorers, scientifically speaking,
may furnish room for the partisan
friends to argue; but in romautlc,"
auroral style of relating the thrilling
story of the search, there is only one
side, and -that belongs to DOC. ?
To Italy alone our* exports of cot
value to nearly two and a half mil
lion dollars. This is encouraging as in
dicating rapid development of an in
dustry distinctly Southern, but the
is dulled by U?p -fatt that the great ;
t-buik at-nrt>-gctf?a&sp nit ? ? re itn
ported and resold to us as a pure ol- i
ive product af greatly rednced prices.
The American people are payiug 1
millions of dollars a year r.s the price'
of a prejudice against a food product
altogether pure and wholesome. Not
one haff the ofl yold as olive oil-f*
[WW HUB 11 WiWWW pi iiduet.-aTTtf
not one consumer tn five eould?
the difference between the two. ? Vir
People who borrow trouble are al
ways anxious to turn It over to oth
See our line Of rhamol* skin*. 3c to
???*! dlzf. Hardy's Drug Store.
r.vsrw- 1 "issft ? "r^r . ? *?_? - r
Sloan's Liniment' Is the best
remedy for sprains and bruises. J# I
It quiets the pain at once, agd** I
can be applied to the tenderest
part without hurting because it
doesn't need to be rubbed ? all
you have to do is to lay it on
lightly. It is a powerful prepa
ration and penetrates instantly ?
relieves any inflammation and c
gestion, and reduces the
antly ? A
ind con- f
Is ?n excellent antiseptic and
. rnrm HtW ? HmU rata lwrn?.
iX RXt^RIMKNf WITH F^OWTBrS
AND VEGKTBLK8. ^
Pantego, N. C.,
(Editor W. Va. School Journal:
?Knowing that some of the West
Virginia teachers are lovers of flow
ers. and who should not be? I am
writing a few words of what we are
doing alonjf'tfiat. line "Away down
South in Dixie."
The first yeiy I was here, we con
tented ourselves with house plants, of
which we had a great many varieties.
As it seldqmJTreezes very much here,
It is not difficult to keep plant? grow
ing nicely all the year. ButTtoward
spring ot my second frear Here, wo
concluded to extend our work for the'
benefit especially of the class In ag
rlculture. However, the interest
grew so rapidly that we soon piannec
a flower and vegetable, garden for the
whole school. And the experiment
has succeeded far beyond our- most
We commenced work In the garden
last March. Everyone seemed to be
Interested. -The school committee
had the ground enclosed with a neat
wire fence, while friends and pairtftifc
of the school plowed the ground hnd
furnished plenty of stable manure to
make the soil rich. After the ground
was laid off, groups of children were
assigned certain plats for cultivation.
Then they all went to work. Never
J did a hive of beef, work more indus
| triously. They* furnished their own
tools and also most of the plants and
Thcji4i^fi_cro?m wen- many ami
varied.- Different varieties of lettuce
as well as many other vegetables that
' ?"l'l tott t:>k-.-n tin* prize at county
fairs. were grown. Several kinds of
I shrubs- Cape. Jessamine, sweet shrub
land oiher*, were set out. And all
other available space was tilled with
flower sCpil or t He plants (Tiemselves.
So Industriously and perseveringly
did tho_?J||ldferi Work, that,- by the
Hose of school In June, the "garden
was in ' almost porfevt condition.
Lvo^y blade of gra*s or v.eed was re
fSTo Th i1" w ;i lkir"\v ore v.'pH jrraded
and kfpt clem; ? evon o*-c;?, hi many
instances. Ai:<| .? frrwer s were wat
ered. cultivated, and wauhed with
e*\i;:epi solicitude. % Each ;:fcni.? of
"li.jfjr-ru orTdurs'V Tioped Id Have
the most beautiful flowers^ and the
finest vegetables. ^Their patient labor
and attention brought forth such
good fesults that by the first of
June the \cgetables were in the very
bent condition, and there were not
| fewer thaa twelve or fifteen different,
kinds of (lowers already in bloom.
Carnations and pinks of different
kinds, geraniums of different hues,
pwtet elysiunj in profusion. prim
rose*. pansys and wrrnr others- were
p-ving with each other for preferment.
J Then the schooj closed. Everyone
| supposed that during the hot vaca
tion months the garden would be neg
lected. But not so. Interested hu
man nature asserted Itself. All
through vacation the children return^
| od at intervals aijd cared for their
rftowrTs? win: teudt?r EolicTrufle. JCn
nUdsummer. so they Wy^he garden
jwfts beautiful, beyortd description;
| anVT that a great m^ajArisitors came,
some from. q;ilte a dfe^ricf. to view
heard so much. ? '
luj letum aftei <aiatluu. ? f
found everything In good condition
and plenty of interest still remaining,
j I found some vegetables just peeping
from the ground, and some of the
early flowers that had died down re
placed by others. And now since
FLliuul 1s again jn 'session, -they Sre
Putting mum vegetauiu iwd and set
< lug out more flowers- The beds and
walks are kept neat and clean. No
weeds or grass is allowed to grow
anywhere, while the flowers that ftte
still blooming look beautiful. There!
are different colore* cannas, zinnias
-ef almost every-flu?, beautiful varie
gated pinks and verbenas, and others
all blooming in profusion.
?">' wonder the_?jUldren are
lYixef eg tett 7 They "Have something of
their own, and of their own making.
It teaches them to 1ovq_aa4 care for
flowers. It. cultivates the esthetic
.Id* of .hell- nature,,, ami ?ho?.
effort m*y transform some
thing perhaps unsightly into a thing
of beauty and a Joy forexer. The In
terest has been carried to the homes
is has been evidenced by renewed
work in many of the flower gardens
hroughout the town.
I feel a thousand times repaid for
Ihe effort put forth in starting this
work, the Influence of which can
never be measured! I feel a just
EHq? in th^garan Itself, but a far
greater pride In the boys and glrll
who have made It such a success. For.
" who could help being proud of such
children as these?"
K E. BENNETT. 1
From -the West Virginia 8chool
A swinging hall lamp in the reai
lence of Miss Ktta Hinea gave the oc
cupants of her home a bad scare last
Tuesday night and rame near caua
ng a fire. iTie lamp waa blazing
he house with nmoke when some
neighbor ran in an dthrew the lamp
yuv before It could explode. ? Green
.?III* RnfWf^r. J
Borne then are born Mara and some
re compelled to acquire the art.
??????? <*.'?>.** HlA'Hfflfc
U?0 Nervous Headache, Trarelera'
stomach Jranbtm or Female t rtm
. TrT C?pu<J? ' If ll|all|i'u
effects immediately, gold by drug
? j ?
? , , ?
Leon Wood MEMBERS N. Y. COTTON EXCHANGE J?me? W. Cole
BANKERS and BROKERS
STOCKS, BONDS, COTTON, GRAIN and PROVISIONS,
73 PLUME STREET, dARPENTER BUILDING, NORFOLK, VA.
Private Wires to N-. Y. S'ock .Exchange, N. Y. Cotton Exchange. Chicago
Board of Trdde nnd other Financial Centers.
Coirespondence respectfully solicited. Investment and Marginal
accounts given careful attention.
slQ. SSk SSt, k ?a'j) *i9>. gv>> j-"?
| EAST CAROLINA
| Teachers* Train i n g Scht>ol l
E&cablishcd and maintained, by-the State forjthe young men ^
and women who wish to qualify themselves for the profession tK
of reaching. Buildings. and equipment new and modern. Sanl- ^
'' tatfon perfect' ' k
% SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 5TH, 1909. ^ !?
| Poijpn spectus sn3 information, address ROBT7TTT "VV RIGHT, ? ^
^ President, Grecn\ file, N. 6^. fe
?v ; ' ? . ' . r r-1? - ?
If You Are a Business Man With Foresight
You will buy I piece of this valuable water troat propf ty
now. Then you'll own it when the free .Inland-water route to
a reality. See me at once. ~r ? : ? -
EASTERN CAROLINA REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
j ' \ A. C. HATHAWAY, MANAGER.
? ? r
I To Out- of -Town
THE DAILY NEWS
offers one ' ' ? ,
OR BERRY SET
to all who pay
Before November 1st.
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR 1
m. m. -r . * t -wjr ? -r a -a. ? a* _
1V1IL/I?I1TE/IV I i MtLiCll'N JC/XV X :
' We wish to invite the public to call at our store
and look o^rer our fall lineof millinery, wbich-isnow
"""" tnr inanecrion.
T. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
?HELP' IS OFFERED?
SEs"cOLLM!TDurh?i. N. C .^r^dy .nd -llta.
a bigh'yji Dual?? P iteration I
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E*tioml< tlx word* to I
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To Insure prompt intention, all i_ __
tiaements should be iq butineM office |
by 12.45 m. Ada. by m?m enger, tele
phone or maiiglvea careful atteatlon.
WANTED ? TWO OR 8 AGENTS TO
hanaie^v money-ma ting propoai
_ tlon; hustlers can make $10 a^ay
mil p?m?1n wllli ?Inaer_
In themrjland we want them Tight
now. Y^u can wri^g us, or call ar
the office. W, 12. Jones, Washing
ton, N. O.
WANTED ? A fiOOD MILK COW. |
W. C. Rodman.
ANY LADY CAN ^EASILY MARK
from |1S. 00 to $25.00. per week
working for me quietly In her own
hpme locality. TWs Is a booaflde
ofTer ? ono which will pay vpu to
investigate, even If you can oqly
spare two hours per day. in
? vestment ? required- ? ? jk
spare time into money. Write me_
at once for' particulars. Address
Harriet M. Richards, Box 30,
Woman's Building, Joilet, Illinois.
WANTED? MILK COW. A. ( HATH
? awty. I
AT OXCK, KlXlAlil.i: ItKI'RKHKN- |
renewals and- new subscriptions,
part or- whole time, -for the fastest
growing magafelne ii* America. UlV
cral salary and commissions. Live
men and women make $35 to $150
a month. Appointments now being
made. Write immediately to Di
rector of Circulation, Hampton's I
Magazine, 06 West 35th St., Netf |
York Cityr- -
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about 16 feet long. Address H. S\J
Mlsh. R. F. D. 2. 11
IX>ST AND FOVND
FOl Nil ? (HTOI1KR lST^A IUNCH I
of six "keys. Owner can get same |
by filing aj. News office and des-.
crlbing them and paying for this |
vol" AUK IX>ITE1> Ol'T TO W1I,.
lis* vineyard, 2 miles from Wash
ington. River road; just a pleasant
drive. We have plenty of grapes,
and will have for a month o/more.
Mrs. J. H. Wlllii.
STENOGRAPHER A X 1) T V P R- |
writer. Let mo write your letter*.
Miss Beulah' Tbomason
Chamber of Cammexca_
NEW ARRIVAL OF HAXIKPAIXT
ed China, at H. Q. SparroWg.
Its, IRISH POTA-1
toea. crape* and lemoa* .for aale. |
|M II 1 1 ii | ii M l ii
THE CHOCOLATE YOl* HAVE
been watting for, "Apollo." noae|
better; at 8parrou 'a
I WILL OPEN A PORK STALL IN
the market tomorrow, October 6,
lo rmar cuiiomera. ' Satisfaction
assured. Phone No. 377. . Isaac
FRESH CHOCOLATE ? JUST AR- I
Mayo ft Co.
BALE. H. a
SEE SPARROWS TEN CENT LINE
A BUSY DOCTOR
HEADACHE? Iflck/e Captidlne. i
Whether from qgldn, Heat_ Stom
ach or Nervous Trouble!, Cmpudlne
wlU teller# yon. If, Undid? ?)?^
?nt to t*k* ? itli TtnmSaHUIr." Try
It. IQfl.. ???. ?nd tit, T.
? . raScS
H? W. CARTER, M. b.
Practice Limited to Diseases of the
Eye. Ear, Noee and Throat.
Hour#: *-12 A. M. Cor. Main and
. ,tA 2-5 P.M. Gladden St..,
PHONEM. Washington, N. C.
Dr. I. M. Hardy
Wnlilnglftn N. n
DR. H. SNELL
Office corner of Main and
Respuss Streets. Phone 100
Washington, N. C.
\ ATTOU.NKirS ^ ^
H. S. WARD JUNIUS D. GRIMES
WARD & GRIMES
Washington, N. C.
We practice in the Courts of the F(hi
Judicial District, and the J W
Federal Courts. V
JohnJH. Small, A. D. MacLean.
SMALL, 1VIAC LEAN &
ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW __
. Washington, North Carolina. ~
. W?D. GRIMES . (
Washington, North Carolina.
Practices in all the Courta.
W. M. BONI* Edenton, N. C,
NORWOOD L. SIMMONS
BOND & SIMMONS
ATTORNEYS- AT -LAW.
Washington, North Carotlna.
Practice in all Coutts.
W. L. VauglVan W* A. Thompson
VAUGHAN & THOMPSON
ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW
, Washington and Aurora, N. C.
Practice In all the courts. ~v*
H. C. CARTER, JR.,
Washington, N. C.
Office Market Street.
fftt. B. Rodman. Wiley C. Rodman.
RODMAN & RODMAN
Washington, N. C.
R U. STEWART
PRACrnCAL^ATCtfMAKER and ?
JuM received* larse aeeortmeotot the ,
lateet deelina In Jewelry. Re
fl. B. fioli
> or futurodeli very.
Your* for ImmIocm, M. B. Goldstein.
? . >ee '
[I J. .and P. H. MYffas ?
1 . ^ .
The J. H. Simmons Marble
and Granite Co.
Price* and Work Right.
WASHINGTON, "N. C. *
WHITE - BARBER - SHOP
The only llrat-claja white aftop la city.
A trial will convince anyone ol raac
_ . . berWi*. Mfectloa
aeeured. Oppoalte Poatal o?lc*. .
[. At aPRAUGHO^, Prop.
C. MORGAN WILLIAMS
of alfkinds. /
who an troubled with
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