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Beautiful tone. Kndoraed by
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F. F. COZZENS
MUTING FOR FARMERS ?
Wll| bo Held WmlnMdBf. County
Deraoiutrator J. F. I^nUiiun
Clivee Out Statement.
A meeting of the farmers- of Bath
towpship la called for at Surry C. B.
H. Wednesday night, Sept. 20th, at
which time and place there will be
discussed the eleven following rea
sons why ?clover or some other win
ter growing crop should be grown:
1, Save* plant food from leaching
from the soil.
2, Prevent soils from washing and
8. Add organic matter and nitro
gen to the soil when plowed in.
4, Improve tho physical proportion
of tfee.soil when handled properly.
6. Afford cheap ' grazing during
late fall, Winter and early spring.
e. Provide (feed ferstockon, tile
farro, thereby obviating Hie necessity
for buying buy- mid- lot .stripping
7. Knablo the fa?o?er. to bettefcrdls
tribute man and team labor over the
8. Promote beneficial bacterial or
9. uard against extremes of dry
and wet weather.
10. Let air and water Into the ?oll.
It. And cost very little to put lu.
Mr. J. \j. Hellfday, one of Martin
county's beet and most practical far
merf, will be with me at this and all
the other meetings this week add by
reason of his long and most excel
lent experiences will be able to bene
fit all who oomo to the meeting. Pel'
low farmers, let's turn out and put
a green blanket over Bath township
and Beaufort county this winter.
J. r. LAtHAM.
TO TH* PAILT N?W0
COUNTY CANDMS SPEAK
Held MeoUnKii MuriUf, ?t Uonnar
?on and Core Point. At Bay*kl?
WodncMM lay Nl*tot.
The Democratic county candidates
were at Bonnerton on Saturday af
ternoon. and ai Cor# Point* that
night. On account of the heavy
rains in that section the party -were
an hour late at the Bonnerton en
gagement, but were greeted by a re
presentative crowd of vote** of that
precinct. AIL of tlwr
The Core. Pointn naeetln*- was one
of the best ut the cm pais*. A. large
and attentive crowd was present, and
aH of the speeches were well receiv
ed. Messrs. Rumley, Mixon. Rosa. 1
| and Whltfey made -the in- announce*
| ments. and. addresses wane tmade- by
Messrs. Butt. War nen. and- Oarter>
On Wednesday- night the candi*
dates go to Bayetder* where EL L.1
Stewart makes the principle address.
There will be a* regular communi
cation of Orr Lodge, toi." at theh
hall, eornw of Bonne*' and* fUttdi
Street* this evenisa at eight o'clock.
Work In the eFllpw Oralt degree.
Bro. R. P. Edwdrda. grand' lecture* j
for North- OeraUna^ will tlm praaefcti I
Visiting brethren ar? cordially la- 1
W. M. Bntt In the City.
W. M. Butt, Democratic- candidate
for the office of representative, was
in the city on a brief visit# yesterday.
BEFORE THE RECORDER
.Large. Docket Disposed- of by Mr.
Bryan Yesterday Afternoon. I
The- following cases were brought
up before the recorder yesterday af- 1
Henry Forrest, assault, costs.
Allen Bright, intoxicated. $1 and
Frank Teel, Intoxicated, costs; as
Charles Harvey, colored, false pre
tense, costs. t
|i George Puckett. colored, assault
Richard Spruill, colored, intoxi
cated. $5 and costs; assault, not
Joe Griffin. colored, intoxicated.
-11 and costs. ,
Fratak Carney, colored, intoxicat
ed. $1 and costs; carrying concealed
weapon, 60 days; resisting officer, 60
Haywood Perry, having whiskpy
for Bale. 60 days.
Leaves for Chatham.
Miss Vera O. Butt, of Bonnerton.
leaves today for Chatham. Va.. where
she will attend the Chatham Female
Institute. Miss Carrie Bonner, of
Boniwrton. has also left ror the same
i pat* tut Ion.
Returned from Maryland.
Mrs. George Wright and son,
George William, and niece. Francis
Tull. have returned from Marion
8tation. where Mrs. Wright and son
have boen visiting for about two
Some men stand wit from the crowd a? Chillive* towered over
tJie Lilliputians. By superior energy, activity and Hteerve strength ,
thev *n*Honiinato. i
Feeling right within. is one of the fundamentals of physical and
mental strength, and is largely the remit of proper noorietonent
i* the logical food frit thinkers and doers. Tt oontains all the nutri
tions elements of whole wheat and malted barley, is partially predi
ffesierl, and supplies an abnndanee of energizing nourishment without
overworking the stomadi. It also includes the vital mineral salts of I
the grain. which are taetring-iiv w4?it* bread and .many other eenal
The*>'? ?W? help Ifor many in GRAPE-NUTS. - J '
"There's a Reason"
' ' . * ? V
CAMS 28 POUNDS
Mr*. J. B. Andrews Wu About to
Give Up Hope When Frteod
Wrote: "Get Tmnlac."
Mrs. J. B. Andrews, of 322 South
Fifth Street. WlliAlngton, In which I
city she and her husband. who Is a
prominent Insurance man, are well:
known, offers the following reason*
for indorsing Tanlac:
"Various medicines failed to help
me gain relief from nervous Indiges
tion and asthma and I was about to
give up hope when a lady rrtend of
Pensacola. Fla., sent me a paper Id
which appeared an account of how
she had been benefited by Tanlac.
So far I have taken three bottles and
I am proud to say I have gained ex
actly 28 pounds in weight. But that
Is not all for I firmly believe I am
cured of nervou* Indigestion and
asthma. I am glad to offer my state
ment and hope It will help other
sufferers to gain as 1 nave."
Tanlac Is sold In Washington ex
clusively by Davenport's Pharmacy;
Belhaven, H. F. Noble.
745 ENROttfB SO FAR
Rnrollm?mt In City 'School* Exreedn
That of ljaat TewCoortdrrably.
Superintendent Campbell announc
ed this morning that 746 students
had been enrolled In the sefcool yes
terday, the opening day. The en
rollment last year, for the same day.
was 60S. A largo number are ex
pected to enter school' during the
remainder of the week.
TUESDAY V WEDNESDAY
Showing exclusive models and styles. An
invitation is extended to you to be present.
E. W. AYERS & SON
Scores of Ladies
Attended our Millinery
opening today. Many
more will visit this de
partment of our storeon
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