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VOL. V. - NO. 6
1 THE WAT TO IUZZLE.
1 bdimlbt 1 owe a great deal
af my good health to the fact that
I fizzle erery day," (aid a veil
bm phjacia of this eitj. *
-What? Don't joa know bow ta
lizzie? It is a aott wonderful aid
ta perfect health. I awfirate as
food rery carefallj at dinarr and
■ake rare ta bare aj fanrilr and
fiii ad« entertain me with bright
talk and plenty of fan. After di*
ia andewtaod that 1 aa ge
nST ta rizzle. 80 I retire to nay
etady, and, having darkened the
rooaa, I light a cigar, ait down and
porfarn the aperatioa. lion to de
• aerihe It I dant know, bat it ia a
nanditinn aa nearly like aleep a*
alaep ■ hkc death. It canaieta aa
doing afaaalateij nothing. 1 daec
7eyn and tnr to atop all action
the brain. I think of nothing
It only takes a little practice to he
able to entirety atifla the brain. In
IdZw to'dtoJtton, and it ia that
IndTidhaiaßi fat feeUuui
that to ninatee* riola eney day."
—Mew Teak Praaa.
na TMdkn Tillif
ft MM eattaia that the aaar fca
|n*e arill aee the faaalliar trolley ay»-
Um of toda , anperacdad to the
IncUa or aata trolley. whish ka*
aliiady ha nmarfdr tried la
IIIIMJ A ayateaa of trackless
tiollmla hi aetata nee in the Biela
lallay. aaar Draadea. «"rtng both
anniigin ■ ad freight. The troi
ky la ao contrived aa to allow a
train MWirting of motor cara and
trailers to tarn aside in passing ve
hiclea on the road, an excellent plan
for obviating the vexatious delay*
ao fieqaent in ordinary trolley trav
«L The train is steered by the front
nhtela on the first car and ia equip
ped with a sliding contact. A speed
of twelve kilmnetera an honr is aaid
la have been maintained over good
mads It ■ rlsiasrd that the road
he oiaipoed and operated it
expense than is
PNiaiy in the cnae of the system
Thm Catieat Km- UiiiH
Liquid hvdrogen is be far the
coldest liqaid known at the praaent
time. At ordinary atmospheric
pitmare it hail* at —ttt degrees F-,
aad red art ion of the prsssare by
an air pnmp brings the temperature
down to —degrees, at which the
liqaid becomes a solid, resembling
frozen foam. Accosdiag to Profsss
pr Dewar, to whom the credit is
dm of having bqaefied bvdrogen in
ISM, (be liqaid is a colorless, traae
pnrrwt body and is the lightest liq
aid known to exist, its density being
only ono-fawrteeoth that of water.
The lightest liqaid pewvtously known
V*s liqaid msrah gas, which is six
tiiaas heavier. TW only solid which
has so sasall dewdty as to loot apon
tenrfMMSt t&x of pith wood.—
fa ' r i'r'trn~*"ir the power traas
i~- —; Km tro m the Caaver? falls
to the Kotar gold mines, in Mysore,
India* which was recently complet
to ba smsatal The aats attacked
lha poiss. and the elephants pwllsd
at the www. baa aaekatsiwi
isst M# vara fcwad to to aisetivs
V— thn ant% ami after cWal
i thaXplM"*'' trwnks the wires
| * YaeOs sf Ws mi
Ifaa. Bradia" Martin haa effeaded
goad fant an other riit %
wamtog too hw jewi*- At tor
ahee to tho hgUarfi af ■petlnnd
■hp gars a hall ilimlli, and
plainly at canalry places of thai
sort, so meat af tha women wore
simple maslins, bwt the heeteas re
ceived in a blase of brilliants. She
awn all her magnificent pieces, and,
to qaote the British paper, she bad
"yards af diaissad chains." Criti
cism ef the American hostess has
brew general bees use of what is
palled *a very vulgar display."
j[ % Haras MB In Paaaai
• fW tha then tha la
with the dwty of introducing the
qwndm age." When thasa o*
riaralili sn the hotae begaa a good
drafttosse or a first dam saddler
pair of cantogs ho*a*s far filfiO to
Viae. Boar tto aaass Mm »»
worth on towbt aeariy toiea
ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
and nothiag dec, aaya Caroline
11 ant in the Hone BeantifaL She
if there ia mm ether place in the
hanaa where ana can ttapa hed-
S°lW iw ei the bedmaaa ahanV
be of hmd wood oe at tea* patotod,
aa that it can ha np with a
damp cloth and aa that there need
be aa dnat to get Ma the bedding
whan tt ia aired every day in the
awn, aa it aheald be. Bada which
are light ea—gh ta be aaarad Aalj
and denned ndj are aatarally the
beat beck, for they aaj he aaarad
freea one panitionmto another and
always ha where they get the aad
aan ta the daytiaae and the heat air
at night. If the headbaaid ia mm
higher than the footboard, aa to
the ban tiagie halt the paoitiaa
of the bod ha tha roan ia wa^aaneh
Waahatoada aad hmmimm tahla*
ahoald aat In aohd to withia a few
toeh» af tha flaar. hat m aa that
the ioor iwy U raalj t|M"
IT trrmimg aaltoiiaj To throw
oatoide wiapa apon tha bed b to
make a aertror %aa ■ierobea of the
■treat which mm erer laadj to
An oedknt cement foe mending
almoft anything may be made by
mixing together litharge and glycer
in to the consistency of thick cream
or freah potty. The cement ia nsa
fnl in mending atona jar* or any
coarse earthenware, stopping leaka
in fcama of tin pans or wa»h boilers,
cracks and holer ia iron kettle*,
etc. It may ako be ntfed to fasten
on lamp top* or tighten Jlooae nata,
to wen re looac boha whoae aaU are
lost, to tighten -inase joints of wood
or iron or in many other way*
■boat the Tarions kitchen niensib,
the range, the aink and in the pan
try fitting*. In all cases the article
mended should not b* naed till tha
cement ha* hardened, which will re
quire from one day to a week, ac
cording to the q "entity of cement
need- Tha cement will rerirt tha
action of water, hot or void, adda
and almoat any degree of heat.
Uses Far Saft.
Salt an the finger* when cleaning
fowl*, meat or fish will prevent
Lilt thrown on a coal fire when
broiling steak will prevent Mating
from the dripping fat.
Salt in water is the let thing to
clean willow wave ud matting.
Halt pwi oo ink whew freshly
rpillrd am a carpet will help ia ro
■oring the spot.
Salt ia the area aadrr baking
tiaa will pmat their scorching on
Salt and lintgai will remove
■tolas bam dm aloud teaewps.
Salt thrown ea soot which has
fallea ea the carpet will prereat
Salt weed in eweeping carpets wiU
fcsep eat maths.—Coahmg Clah.
Hew haaseTdtowTtendaaey to
ward Isrjer rssam and tow af
jnany ef the is a anaD
roam with tost saowgh mace to tarn
■wand la. 4 now MBlarger, aiace
it ia to he aaad by al the anmtinrs
ff the family, who aftea hasp to B
thsir foilet articles. Dewastoin ar
chitects plea to hare at lsast eae
lamKvaanem. The large caa
trwl hall, whkh caa to weed as a re
fee* tok *"
Ta smka seed awefc add fo two
caps af raised dawgh a cap of sag»,
two oaacee of batter, two wall beat
fa en and knead into a rather
stiff dough. Cover aad set to rise
and when light mold into smell bis
cuit, place closely together ia a tot
tered btsrait pea. cover aad cot to
rise again, and when light leash
the top lightly with a little whits
ef egfr .EjLjfttle *o*^
aad habbSTtmd asea far faa
thirty to faety-five nrieatss
Mix: gljteiia aad dry litharge to
lk> m/jm »•* —»
aad heat __l_
Tly ytal dfTfitthtoaax to
WILLIAMSTON, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1903.
COMORO) STORIES. "7
An Eaghah paper telle a fanny
atory Prince foward af Valaa
when he had only a few yean to
hn credit Hie teacher wee trying
to give hiaa aane idea af haaran.
"Everybody will be heap* there;"
eheaaid. ana will aharw hap
"Yea, ny dear."
"Every single one af nf iaaaat
ed the keenly intereatod Jirtcner.
"Yea; no naitter what or who ww
are in thie world," was the iaan rat
After aonM seconds eaaae the
yaaatian, "Will great-era ail we [the
•ween] ga to ' earen?*
Shocked, the teacher aa.eiil him
that it woald be iaqioarihle to danht
it eren for a aiiairat
"WdV* after aa inataafa leSee-
Tm wrt KM*
ataj tor aha wmmt kan a*j
Chief Jaatice Chaaa ol tk» «-
a—a eoart had a giaad tiaa mm
aaa oorarinw vhn ha liaM Sew
Orleana. AnninaawJ kj lna a»-
taaplaM faster, tha jaatm
partook of tha eeaaraaa haapitality
mt tha aaath. Ha catmd kaavtilj
tola tha pleaauaa of tha hoar, ad
am pecaaming to b|ina tha ««-
nlty of his exalted poaitioa »(*»
hi* host. One evening tbe justice
aught ught of his daughter, »ar
rounded by many of tha gallant*
of the tooth. Addium ing himsrM
to a fine old gentleman, the jn*tic«,
with warranted pride, asked:
"Sir, what do JOB think at mj
"If yon will permit ma to jadge
by present replied the
gentleec. bowing gracioasly, "I
aaaart 1 tef\lively that she is the ea
nceme c rM of the eoath."—Detroit
Bear Atalrd Chartoa 8. Cotton
telle this geod story: lie sat one
evening at a dinner party tossde
af this maat lotos was lsvslsd at
tto hctlHsat bishop of Dnrhaat
vhom ha did not know from Adam.
It jwae enough for him that the
bishoo-s garb was dsrteaL
1 tore three sows," he kaa to
• lead taw. friaa has
and winking toward the
"ttooe fine lads. They ars ia trade.
I tod always eaid that if 1 ever had
g stepid ssn I'd aanke a parsan af
*Sto millfamalre wared eat h*
w- «--« lnss mm it +km
discordant linen, no w iMOf
said to him with a quiet anile:
"Your father ttoaght differently
Cay Standing, while on a cruise
with the Knickerbocker Yacht dab
recently told how confusing the
Aaieriesoisfiis are to his country
men. Ho mid that an Kngiithnaa
after returning from a visit to Ken- 1
tneky eooght oat an Aaaerican
friend in London and asked him to
explain some of the queer expren
atoas he had beard ia America.
"For instance," raid the Eaglisb
aun, "I esid to a ehap one morn
lag in Kmtncky, Think if s going
to rainf aad be aaid. Tittle tog's
twin sad little dog's Iwoa't.' Now,
what did to mean by thatr
The Americaa wae ponied aad
PASSIM OF THE STEERAGE.
The aMMto mi third eabia
iLflZSj* IT. a
aarked iamNMnt in the Wtl»er
to crowded life af the lower deck.
Afl the new raaela are proridiag
dhring nana to this department
which caanpare aat anfarorably with
the mmm raana to the fiat aad
an ml aallni Then are revelries
chain, there ia a prtated bill o!
fare and the dhhea it indieatea are
anhd, r 1 *I*"* 1 *"* end cleanly eerred.
In tha alcepeae accommodations
there are a roafort and a privacy
pmidud which hare hitherto been
ankneam. Then i> even a piano,
and the ranch daily ran are print
ed in arreral laagaagea precisely a*
to the enhna above. On the high
aan as wwO n ia the tenenent
world the andar dag ia coning ia
far a aharw af the wwrld'a prnenaa,
and than; n eieewbare, ia a definite,
natarial gain far the epper dag n
ewlting front hie can for hie aether
heather.—Mew Teak Tiihaaa
Mb mt La Oi—ii flatwi
wes* iiyrfhi frasa hun tin m
lar ikktt wmij with Ua a tiny
(■ht of hapmd ibd. Therein
reposed IW recipe for Um world fa
mmm tarn hqnsara —the char
tiini, gr« mm and jctlov—that waa
to fetch afcoctty afterward to the
even aaikH mm la* than £330,000.
roc cental be tha arnciona acript
had lain Mem to Um monastery's
strong raoan. Originally it conabt
ad at a fragment of parchment rix
tochea by nine. But aa tima went
i other ingredient* were dlacorer
and supplementary direction*
and instruction* were continually
being added until the one bit of akin
haa grown to a volume of over 100
mm It ia without doubt the roost
valuable hook ia.Uw world.—Man
Tha Win* Bath.
One of tha M\ natron* often
-sea* at ftuii'i in the afternoon
haa at I*U given out the secret of
her complexion, whk-h all other wo
mm. whether jealous Oh not, call
"divine." She whimpered to a bevy
of fair friends: "It i* due altogether
to wine. Let a* keep the secret
mmmmg as, or all complexions will
he aa good aa oar*." "But I drink
wtost and my complexion is horrid,"
paatid one. "Drink itexclaimed
the beaaty. "Ho* on earth can yon
expert to drink wine and have a
CMsylaioar "You hare just aaid
that your* is due to wine." "Ah,
bat I did ant aay that I drink the
stuff. I bathe ia it." Sanation.—
New York Prea*.
A TM* Prrtlem.
The anhal of twins, a boy and a
girl, to the village of Wiggetthal,
Argovie, ia eaasing the municipal
reannl the greatest embarrassment
The father died shortly before their
birth, leaving five-tenth* of his for
tane to the expected child if it were
a her and three-tenths if a girl, tha
■other to receive the remainder.
The mother of tha twina haa appeal
ad to the local manicipal authori
ties to carry ant the terma of the
wiD. Although the SMmber* of thi
eonncil hare had the case ande
tenaidf fat lira for nearly I montl
they have not yet arrived it • def
M a%u af a Tnk
Mm. Owt«% who litm Mar
PIiMM. Tan. MM to ton tha
athrv day fa* Um yaipas ot seeing
a i II iji t twin. fee fa thirty
jmn mUmd haa lived within fif
tasa arfha af tha railway nearly all
har Mat hat had never even aeen the
track an to thfa tiaa. Oa hearing
tha tfpla appwarhwg aha hacama
vary ranch wrihJ aat rtfaaed to
faaaar tha track, thinkhur the
it daairad. Bha
know ah* is cowing now, bteuw
tMMWO pm» agent** money—ku
been deposited in a London bank
any far the bat eight concerts
ft her iiitj fete. When aha was
ymmga I*atti haa been known to
qfn to net her makeup on nntil
laat dellar to pajr for her appear
ance had keen hronght to her oroa-
M won. At «Utjr cha iesori* to
fcaa extreme Mtnm than that,
hot ahe still knows how to get the
mooej first.—Brooklyn Eagle.
"!»• In* *M Clark Fair.
11l Lewis and Clark fair, plan
ned to he held In Portland, Ore, in
the ennuner of 1905, is to commem
orate the centennial of the eroaaing
of the continent by the explorers
wheal Jefaaon induced to under
take the dtffcnlt task soon after the
W l|tisn af hia bargain for the
twhhaa territory. Vfcey went np
(ha lfiaaoaii river, croeaud the
Becky ■nwataini and followed down
FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
Hm Cart* tiiw* «o Take Cm at
Carlo etrh ■iiifntu! a lm la*
watching aid iWa»| ihiffciae, ■
paitiat not to be atgbcM with
the aaull opportunitiee of the city.
andbroke ktai of
diataabing omt own ckirfciaa We
often took • little chack to out
handa aid nid to him. "Pretty
ducky. Carlo" J chick*? Mi allow
ed km to Hek it patlj. Booa 1
waa not only safe, bat aafcr, to bar*
kiai to the pea witb the ehieka tkaa
otherwise, aa tkea a* rmt ar aaooac
dated venture there Free tke trat
Carlo baa deemed these ms reader*
worthy of death wb—W and
wherever ace* and acta oat hie oom
rictiona. Aa the ckieka grew tkaii
number waa rcdaecd to twelve, and
thaaa were transferred to tha barn.
Every night for two yean Carle
made a detour of the ghr
tog each fewl • f*od bck—they
weve eo acquainted It did not alnm
them at all and if Mar mere el
the nwaber ware ilnat he wall
immediate] v mar the neemiese un
til it waa found, then give a pecul
iar bark, indicating tha diauwrj,
nor would he give it ap till the
number waa complete. Could he
count? How did he know there
ehoald be juet twelve, mm mora, mm
laaaf—Mary R llolme. to Sdeaoe.
A Cart Fmbll y ml Mi
Tha lion and tke lamb
down sida by side would net he a
more remarkable ppcdifU than
that presented at the rmdenee of
lfise Helen Übnhof, K3* Henna
pin avenue, Minneapolis. Mian.
Here Toddies, the pet tabby, b
looking after the welfare and early
training of three baby rats. Tud
dlea gave birth to four kittena a
short time ago, three of which were
drowned. She monrned their
and the next morning her master
waa inrprwd to find tvro small rata
keeping company with the lone kit
ten. with Tuddiea fondly watching
aver the three. The day following
■he was seen to deposit another
young rat tenderly beside the oUier
foundlings, and »he now purs a*
contentedly over her strange brood
aa though they were all kittena. —
Thi* b a fine game for a rainy
evening. Yon need a clothe* basket
ami a broomstick. Pasa the broom
stick through the handles of roar
clothes ba*ket and raise the ewls of
tha broom*tick on a couple of chair
seats that face each other. Bea that
the basket swings freely on the
broomstick. Now on the front cor
ner of the chairs place a coin, four
in sll. Then get sonsa one to step
inside the basket and ait astride
tha stick and, using a cane, try to
knock off the four coina on the
chairs and then step to tha ground
again. Now, thb seems very easy
to do, but just try to do it snd yon
will see your mistake. It im not very
difficult to get into the basket and
to seat yourself on tha broomstick,
but after that la when your real
■aid Mut«r Aateay Arttar
"1 11 (o « imiti mry «ar.
For dota« thcM w«l aiaa Wkm |k|i.
ru wM tka talf «Ma I I hall.
At KM I am wfli ka lata.
Oh. akm Uar laak a* M
A vary daw kar aaal
"Vkm hIW >hnp air naar
TO »trap them oa." aaM iOM
"And *owtfta tore Jaatkawtae*.
ftr *Ui aot aaa tea H«m aa.
rat aura tt'a no (ml trtck ta Iwa
To akata alone aaa tan aaa tank
U looka aa «•» aa caa ka;
Tka sMa will all ka watcktaa atT
We aon tkta Mlj piaa cktx
Tha aoul af Antra? Aiflpav Mai
Ha'a (Had Ma kna4 aaw aaftar *ataa!
—Wtoia HaMaaik la Taatk'a
Butting tha WalL
Place a stool on the ground
against the walL Now stand from
the wall, w|th jonr feet twice the
Vidth of the stool away.
Stoop down and setae the stool
hr the top in both hands and place
the top of yonr head against the
wall, yonr back almost horizontal.
Now lift or try to lift it frosa the
ground without assistance.
fr stupe to iff 41 • carpsted
ffIWV «o that yonf toll pay not ho
painfel or diiagitaabfa. Tow fail
are fa dne to a ennv «#aat a# tha
FAY* - • - * 4 •■ T .
A Blue X Maik in the Square Bdo>4
Ts Cone s C*M ia Ok Day
Take Uxitirc Bnao Q«>uh Tableta.
All draopsU refund the momtj if k folk
to care. B. V. Grort'i «%Ml— ia am
each bo*, ne.
CawdfaAndw. iidgi aad
«nltkn ihijlHii bjMi
hrt« wwa ail t*m ■ nhmhr
fcth wa win Mrn-
* M YEARS'
W a H . H
THA oc Marks
• 'llf« CopntHHTi Ac.
M'atf aanrt.la m m>aM fraa "lalir mm
Hnaatl a la pvOaMr MtaMatk f ■ aawka
umanaiti mnati llaaoi na »■ mi
|iM (na «IH«at m«»'I '«f aai ■■ Ma wlrria.
raiinii takaa tfcwiaafc Miaa A lambv
»»>m afcaraa, la tfca
(Mr»«tKIL r Übrdwviteim
Office over Baak of Martin Coaaty,
WILLIAMSTON, If. C.
Ifl MS|» ■ limited to 5 minutes, exln cksift
will pwiUrrlr be mmlc fof iMfti liar.
To Wa&hiagtoa 15 Ceata
" Greenville ay ••
" Plymouth *5 "
*• Tarboro 15 "
•* Rocky Mount jj
"* Scotlaad Neck »5 "
" Jamraville 15 "
" Kadcr l.ill-y'a 15 ••
" J. G. Stalon 15 '•
" J. L. Woolard 15
;" O. K. Cowing & Co. 15 ••
** Parmele IJ "
Ruber sou rille IS "
" Hveretta 15 "
" Cold Point 15
** Geo. P. MrNaagtiton 15 "
*• Hamilton 10 ••
For other pointa ia Eaatera Carolina
aee "Central " where a 'phone will be
found for aae of noa-subacribcrei
For all Seasons of tbe Year a Complete Line of
Watchs, Fobs, Chains, Pins, Q Bracelets, Lorgenett Chains, J
Brooches, Fountain Pens, Clocks, Eye Glaaaes, La 4imf »
Col!a and Cuff Buttons. t' J Silk Guards.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BICYCLE •UWDW
H. D. PEELE
THE JEWELER . VILUAJISTOft, «. +
will open October sthj
RATES for pupils living outside of Graded School
District, from $i oo to $3.00 per month.
MUSIC . $2.50 with piano for practice; fa.oo to
those that practice at home.
DKNNIS S. BICGS, R. J. Pkhl,
Chairman of Board. Superintendent,
Tr fAA 1/ GENERAL BLACKSMITHINQ
.U. UUUI\, j. and repairing *
HOKSG Wbea yoar km b tkoi at my (hop you KNOW
SMOEINO that iX im dot ltlGirr. Poattghx* TOOT howf fort.
OCT OUT VOM WHEEL
AKD HAVE IT PUT IN FIRST-CLA&S CONDITION,
fhhif jtm mmr meed wl; sew tins, hidb Wis,
WHOLE NO. 314.
GR. JOHN D. BIGOB,
GEO. IF. NEWKLL,
A TTORKSY-A T-IJL W,
' a» Ofct •» alalra la Mew Baak M#
la«. left kaad aMc, to* of mtpt.
WILLIAMS-TON, N 0.
Iltiatkn «I«iiwi hilcm aia laM
•pedal aMtallua |tm lonaaMaf nlaak
lag UUc (at parrhaarra_of UaUt u4 Oat*
N*. A. «L
Dnacrosv Fw i|a|.
Harry W. Stubba, W. M.;
Browa, a W ; William C.Masal«X^
Cbarlca D. Caretarphea, TnMnfjte
ad A Hoi, Secretary, Theophlhß f,
Thiaan. S. D.; Ileary I. Joaaa, I.
Aloaao P. Taylor aad OUw K.
Skwank; Richard W. Clary, fj>t.
Fimki- William H. M|
ett |. Ptorl. Claude W. Keith. ,
Rkpkrkxc* William ]. VhifefcK,
Alfred H. Whitmorc, Jaaa ».
CHARITY— Harry W. Stubba,
S.;Brown. William C. Mailiag,
Oar 11 an ASYLUM— William 9. libtf
•on. Sr., John H. llatloa, WUliaai ft
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