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. ii, bn ini hi last. Foi- j
v-T-i-ks lie lias boon sick j
typhr-ld f.'vcr -and the la: i j
U u hissiekne'-s indicated tliat !
uii was not far o!T. Every
,,; iernoon he would almost give
',! hut would rally, but on
W dat'sdav night he closed his
, , , in death.
i'rof. Black came to Enoch
;,; from South Carolina. He
.a- a graduate in the class of
a- at Roanoke college and was
-vhoolmato of. Billy "Wedding
mi. of this dace. During
; stay in Enochville of
one session and the bo--;a
ning of another lie had met
with success and had endeared
liiia.self to his pupils and the
The funeral services were
s;,.ld at 'A o'clock in the afternoon
i Thursday) at St. Enoch's
ha.ch by Kev. Y U St-ckloy.
Tia' remains will be taken to
f 'iaaa ( I rove this evening ami
a the train to be taken to
a home at Leasville. S. (h
Mr. W. ConTlllairrha
Mr W C (Vht11. who seine
a ae.ro od h is pro pert v on
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i.itTiv on oUtii v!a,-n .i"ei
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i-'!V."U tee i i emes OI V::. V i 1 a'
m. , a-.,-, i ,,. ., ti a;,- ..rl
TeYUKl ;N-!th 'hont
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;: --kw-'u. r .oid Mr.
r. Mr. ( onvi! wiii
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ntime b(. v':
eewn on a
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a r,A : ti ax: .-:t.
: 1) 15 ihslt-a' a
. ' hit 4 a ; -!
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e two lit 1 1" ceh-:'
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ah sae, avii 1 , a
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t iae'-! a for i
l--ce ('( the
--d her !::::
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!l f h. -ia it.
h h,vs -"
. was erhirWai ()
. Hixh School. 1
i ' - " this morning i o
.a-'; week. Hecome lud
aey for ohaewe ' ,r.t for K'ood .
Numbers of former p- aans de-
ired to, have his eouns.d us io
neir cnMoren. ano nence he asi:-,
; to f.te that he will be at the j
t. Cloud hotel tomoirow li uoi j
b'a. m.- to i o'clock, when he
'''ii 1 be bdad to advice with any
(i bis old pupils who -MU!,'t ti!Uvay show the hi-h appreciati
"!l1,'r '-"nre. aud esteem thev have for him.
Mr. t oil Loses a Iforse- t
Our liveryman, Mr. M7J Corl,
had the misfortune "Wednesday of
losing a horse. This was the
death oi "Peacock," the gray
horse Vaown by numbers here.
It was i genUe family horse and
was a good animal.
nn. win! , . -i ' i 'J. i .
.: i i i '.:. ill i i. j . j i
county lio j'
uavs look' a iici' 1 he wants oj'
r ' ' .1 ! : .
He now tv. . to
Iceep a vl:-; il'iai eye over auu
several are in very bad health,
Geo. Pliiiiktt. a negro from this
place, who has dropsy, is in a
bad condition, as is also a white
man named Barrett from this
The old man, Lindsay Hursey,
from Montgomery county, who
was taken up here on the streets
and whose mind was somewhat
deranged was buried on Sun
day, the 2Sth. This man had
been in the asylum during the
past. As no relatives could ha
found his bod" was interred with
, 1 1 ,
tli.' -i i 1 1 i w v . nt 1 .ii irtim' ! i
! llu i'11 1 111 l" ' VU111V
Sam Tallv. a voung negro,
admitted to t ho hona only a f ew
weeks ago, died at an early hour'
A Tiir-Ht'clcrN Hijj Job.
There are giants in these days
and North Carolina helps to rear
th'iu, according to the following
from a Dahoiii news man :
'Mr. Lcger X Smoot, a son of
Mr. V H Smoot, of Durham, has
secured a live million dollar gov
ernment contract in Mexico. It
i ! 1, .. . . , . , ,4-.--..,4-.-x--, - P Vio v Vkr
S Mil 1 lit. ItJilSlI U ( " L 1 U H J X 1HU UUI
works at Manxanillo, on the Pa-
. . . ...
C "die coast, and consists oi a
break-water to shelter the port
the west, the direction from
w h'. eh rolls in the whole sweep
o f i e Paeith ocean; a waller
vhice parallel to the seashore;
tin (li.'penin of the harbor to
a e : .fi i i motors hv
j . - i e i i v i i. i i j i . ' v - , "
j h; e;'iee; a canal to introduce and
ii ; c.h.te l'resh sea water in the
loii'aen ivart of the Cuvutlan
I au'oon. ami a : to separaie
i...s ot.i-i I'roia ' - h e-))Oslt in !
- eaiiiain part of:t.)ie la-oon;
or;. .:;:(' ot toe Nan I. ectrito
u;n va ee. ii a : u i i ti
oohit ' t " e'OVOl ,
; , '. -a to: aim sueh r.odi
ahior woras as may
a i on or : mi net o oe u4c-
Tlie who hi
won; is to ! a en.. ::..;e-.. doi :
' oer y. ars i;. ... . h-. the on 1
! oa . ;s started upon. Tlie exact i
! an.oaat o M :a Sj-ioobs conti"Ut i
; i ; ..; ;d i;it M ; . -oot has l
al much exo ' ia-e in harbor
a .. I is
.. aa an So-
e - ed v oi v. . 1 i j'-W, aa
e-0-...e as the s'ahea! eontidenee
who the dav hands come of ot j
jlhUy bc-fore the ni-ht hands
I :.,;.h a,rre at th" Cannon mills,
n .i,,n(s;)lne silver i set will be
j to Mr LI) Duval hv the
r,v.or. t;v, ,e-.a ... ..o: t
ho a slirprise to Mr. Duvt
all of them nssoniblo ab
:al when i
office when he is laying down
the reins of the mills and in this
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT.
Te envied by all poor dyspeptics
vhose StojjjfLch and Liver fire out of
order. All such should know that Dr. j
Kind's New Life Pills, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver. Remedy, edves a
regular bodily habit that insures perfect
health and great energy. Only 25c. at
Fetzer's Drug Store.
roiiiu! -He V'as Tali on Out hi'r
serious crrse cm 1 .r
uv ;'nd ..ir
win're nu rubers . va'l
nds are work;' ,v
:ms a ;i 1 ! gave -va
uie liurlinir down
quick 1 r for a negro nan: d Mom
Neeiy to get out oi" it., way.
About live feet of ground was
piled on top of him ami it was
some time before he could be
They unearthed him, however,
but none too soon. He was un-
conscious when tliev rescued
him, but our informant stated
that he was recovering gradually
from his impromptu burial.
J Mr. vi!l Wiiite, oi Mill
'Bridge, is her.- bxlay.
amine . i
Charlotte, is here today,
rlotte, is 1
-Prof. J C iirown, of Con -
verse college, spent vesterdavt
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Wilbur W Jones, of Raleigh,
is here today in the interest of
the Raleigh Post.
Mr. Oliver King amt mother,
Mrs. Adelaide King, of Lincoln
county, are visiting at Mr. D P
Rev. Thompson and daugh-
Ma... Mo.,T nu, ...... ...v,
. ,n i 44 4i "v t I
f n f amrlntto t bes ninnan ' Mi.l
Thompson ;oes on account ( o' Icr
Rev. Ctias. H M'.lhT wem to
nflilrp this" n n n in r
before the Chi!dn-;-Mis honarv
- Mrs. J no. Alb son and Miss
Mariraret Allison went to "a :s-
bury this moanhii: to visit at Mr.
K?rr Craiii-e's. Ti.ev will actio n
jenne tomorrova nisrlita
Miss a ,,nt. ( aok. 0f Mount
j pioas;!nt rlarned hen
i , i
-vs'au.; iievhct, Mrs. W J Ho -
i -l ' ,
;eer. Ni.e is stoea;.:. a; .
U I 1 Cook's.
- Miss Willie ( h'eSS, Oi ih".!-
w-dl. v..io tirseeini st)!'!!!!1.- so?je
x iilU1 ith r-r rebukes, a
one to Charlotte ;.o visit for sev -
(?ra dav. She returns hojtie
- M r. W S v iNon, ;
wo:od. who w'hl be t In1 as- .-
a e :
intc. Mr. V
man. and a .
M r. Wilson to on a
- OF -
9, fSf tZi:,-
S. J. linXlBELL HARRIS &
during the past vacation ini -
LovcuK-nts have been made- in
I 1 ill! f.'
rstral g7-aded-school build -
! ing in -veial particulars, the
)rineii)al one being the ('hanging
1 ;: ' :J1 another wall wker-. - y
- . -.oins can now. ne c-iia:c . .
i hirge room wl.cn iw
v. A i'!w more desks
e.ssarv too Tor t lie c -;a
1 session. ,
f rr-u ...... , ... . . i :
woriiiv oi notice as to : no rrac a
school building tie's yeai
which the small boy deservvs 1
much praise. It can only be ex- j
. lamed when we opine that tiiej
love of the boy ffor his school
building lias become greater and
nis unruiy ana wrecKiess ways
j are iaid aside for sornethin
more profitable to him and less
expensive to the graded school
hoard. It is the breaking of
window glasses to which we
allude. Almost every year there
are about seventy-live or eighty
! v" i ne! i m' (tI'kcpi; O t iO in l.rilViv.
the; school opens. Last year
ttimvi 1 '"'f nmr runw unt in i
.just :efore school opened. Mr.
i io! : rane has visited the building
' a . e-a injr to count the full num-
. .! i nf aho t i u-i-n
, - i tutu iv-"uiiu nut vyiiv.. xu.io vjii
j if our boys continue - in their
Mayor Means has for the last
while been keeping an eye on a
' crowd of negro women about
' our town whose presence is not
I desired by this or anv other
i Thn ' Ivk he on
broken into and it is thought
that -it will end in their leaving
town being imprisoned. One
of the crowd, Laura M dehor.
:a im: in iaii several clays atroi
a ha-htmjr, and VVednesday !
: . - , a
i i i i
iuiL-it Mair tiunkett wis sent, to
U .ii as w i s i also one or i. wo
I more probably . Let our execu
tiv depiirtme-nt continue in this
Miss Kate Morrison and
! : i i i iciiU) i-'i 100 jl .iiiv i ,
went to Pioneer Mills yesterday
a iernoon to siend about a weeh !
v;th their cousin, Miss rdsie1
Iorrison. who was visitinir eerie
xNO CURE, NO PAX.
rp; ttt !! ,1 nrrfn'cto coi!
i Grove', Tameless Chill Tome ior chills
1 -.1,11 Mtxh'.rlfi. It is simeo' Iron and
h :u :1 tHsUless frni, Childrr-n
Uhveit, Adults refer it to bitter, nan-
LiU-'' i- I LI r. - M y till i . i . i .
I i-iiu;; Tjiuca Price. f0e.
! py CTDIKP
1 -sj I AlIiiL,
And 'a a, have made a a !'e h":
st raiL'Mt o; i oi
i si i i a r"
1 W-m. you can find EVKRVTHINl you neee
!.:.- 'aeb-om the CRADLE TO Tli R ( i RAVE.
Uov crowded to the doors with
land we bought them to SELL
v'r noN'T. Do you need
do nve us a call. Don't forget our Star Leader aim iron king
Cook Stoves thev Bake the Cake. Our Lisk Aati bn- "V-va-e
is the talk of the town. Every
ius. we will do you good.
! A we
Vvt hke:' Free
1 Vnals uf the r
! :ues wit h n
' 1 ;.!. ihat is wt
c: ! t
u v.'-, e . I.
til- 'av or
, t::ey v
.vmg is t ia ea. i..
: cna.-a b
) p Da v i ii kv H-o
C:uuun oTl'etzer Co.
j11G- P' Allison
Q -y Patterson
Lippards & Siiealv. .
; Kaindley Mfg. Co.
The amount bouirje ,y yr :.;rS.
D P Dayvauld Hro and Mr.
Jno. P Allison, a total of .cl,4
bales, was cuiisimied .a TUe
Odell mills, whilr hue d. ii'r rle
purchased by the Caimon o; Ket
zer Co. were consume;.: in the
Cannon mills, wnite ;h - ohiier
cotton mills are known by the
names of the pur.mas-. above.
A LIFE AND D L., TIT TICIfT.
Mr. W. A. Hinos of MaTjrhester, hi ,
writing of ln6 almost pnmoiimr.f oei v
from death, says: ''Expopur? ar'tt-r
measles iodueed serious iuiiir triam-
which ended in Uor.riiia;-:i"-). J. hn
frequent hemorrhages and conirhfd
night and day. All my doctor : ej j
must soon die. Thau I !; . an t- us-.
Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consump
tion, whicli eomiTttely cac 1 lh;. !
"oald net ho without it even H it cofl
$5.00 u botth'. Hnndrc-d.s )iho umci; it
on my reconinieodaiiou -ud ui' r-:y it
never fails to cure Thr'.sd. rhvt und
Lung troubles." Reuitir vvm -'O- ..ad
$1.00 Trial bottler tree at Fetzef 6 .Dtu'
Store. ( !fd. Ibirm.'-. -h'.t i.
i t 'apt. .Mar tie-. v."o, v, :,;v
! laid a lid shot on Tuev. y . u
j ing, near Yvhison. mvo. e-'x; ay
and Joseph JeihT a.oe. a aa a
i tenant of his. has bean a- : ; ed
for the criii!;a f i:a t -a :
airainst him a-'-a:-.-; qiide 'a ''
sive and the ..-1 ,na ' a a a
find s hi m ai i i t ' . hh ; i t
eirh jail in mar' , a. : .a a. ! ,
TTT. .,fxr rT. .fa, . ,r
Ail doctors t.Od !'.!;
; WVst JcfVtu-.a V , a.
; months frou; Wn-x-d ! 'a
oh-a unless a c-Uy
l', Af: hi, ! " ,
ret ViL;cmc I,
a a.-- e...
Sold at letef's Dm:
:.'!!." la : .
n 1 i " i,.
( ) a 4 a
goods benght i.dor- lie ad
and we are irooeu ?o S h o , 1 -a:,
any ol our lam; ol stun .' a:
piece Waki. .:an;i.