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dn> «f the Advent
It" L J!L»fc * "ah ira conball; im
iW. B S. UMIV. Rector
liaj ladij amlt al 11 o'clock and
a%M at 7 u'docfc impt
Sndty. Mm J
na| Sander awning at %'S* o'clock.
tat'at 7'n'clack. jd
-j evenaag al 3 o'clock; Vcma iat
and Saaday at s o'clock. A cordial k
viWiH to all to attend that •arvfaea''
I*l I -v-g - •*-- —* —* - **—
day* at it a. aL. aad 7;jo P"- Pmyar
tehj Bthooltiaj at
9:3*. J. D- Baggm. Superinteadeat.
Theyaatorpreacheaat Haailtoa on tke
and 73> p- m.. and at Kiddkk'a Grove
aa flalaidaj ItfTr 1 -171-* T* —-*~j '*
a. a. and aa the iat Sua liy at 3 p m.
at 3 p m.. aad the Bigg*' School House
ua the *h Sunday at 3 p m. Everybody
K. D. Caaanrj.. Ptosor.
Dnacntv Foe 1404.
a. a Brows, W. If.; H. D. Taylor, a
V.; Mc. G. Taylor. I. W.; T. W. Thorn
mm. a Dl; A. P. Taylor, J.D; a L Sign.
Soodary. C- D. Cantarphca, TlM— m,
ILK. Critchcr and (. D. BiKga,Stcwaida;
R. W.dary. TOw.
STANDING COM MITT BBS:
Cnaamr—-a a Brows, H. D. Taylor,
Mc. G. Tkyloe.
nuacs—V.C Maaaiag. W. H.Har-
lOOHQ —H W. Stabfaa, Joseph
a. Ballard. W. K. Hodgi.
IffUS —O. V. Bkmat, w M. York.
H. M Mm
Masssaub—l. H. HatSoa.
gR. JOHN D. BIGGS,
' Omca-Main Srtnr
GrBO. W. NKWF.LL k BRO.
I I H— 74
W- a aaasei.i. watwuin
Drs. Hmrrcll 4k Warren
PHYSICIANS aad SURGEONS
Biggs' D*ug Stokk
'Phoae No. 39
Enterprise P't'S Go.
'Phoae s> Wilhaamtoo, N. C.
INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS
FROM CAPITOL OF OUR STATE
Koevdl Cmks fflfl; Harth CanttH Literary aid fflstcr-
Ifeal Awartatf; AGndUr. Mrs. Fairdatfc Dead
'■ * ■
JUS. MAYBMCK PENNILESS - HER BOOK
1 ' .
As fa Tftat Keflraatvy—Fatteaiß' De Cfelckeas, M Ak*ai A
* MU* fkr a Gaap af Grawla' Cfekkeas."
Raleigh. N. C Nov. 14.
Advice* hum New York state
politic*.' Fswsia is food.
KIIIWI nH I nmin high, bat we
■tit just hosai to lun kin That
#50.000.000 troet contribution
arouldhave elected aim oat any one.
Aboot In million per doubtful
Mr RooaeveH haa taken one sen
sible atop toward what we hope
aujr bo a better adaaioistration than
some of aa tear. Be sajt he will
aot he a candidate again in
ifol No saaa ever had aoaabch to
make with the people, especially
those who lire in the south.
Many who live to this section will
aot be aufprised if he shaU behave
badly toward this part of the Uuion.
If he chooaes. he aaay disappoint
them ia this, aad strengthen his
* . *
The committee* of the North Caro
lina Litensrf aad Historical Asso
ciation haa baea arranged and
were today given out by the secre
tary of the association as follows..
Executive Committee: Prof.
D. U. Hiß. of A. aad M. College..
Prof. C. Alpbonxa Smith, of the
University of North Carolina.. W.
J. Peele. Esq.. of Raleigh., Col.J.
Bryan Grimes off Raleigh . pro t
Edwin Mtsas, of Trinity College
Committee on Local History stu
dy—Sopt. E. P. Moaes, of Raleigh,
ex-Judge A. W. Graham, of Oxford;
CtoL Fred. A Olds, of Raleigh;
Mr. R- D. W. Conaor of Raleigh,
W. G. Briggs, of Raleigh.
Committee on Rural Libraries—
Prof. E. C Brooks Af Gold-boro;
F. H. Bssbse. Esq., of Raleigh;
J. William Bailey, of Raleigh; Prof.
J. R. Carlyle. of Wake Forest Col
lege; Hon. J V. Joyner,of Raleigh.
A CMi Lav
The taking of a jury from any
part of the Slate to try an import
ant case is a genuine reform in the
trial of extraordinary casts.
la Charlottesville or in the nstive
comity ft Mr. McCue. it would
have been next to impossible to
have gottfa aa nahassed jury. As
it waa„the jury knew nothing of the
pnsower. and dad not feel his influ
ence or that of his friends. Neither
did the attorneys know' the jurora;
they were all strangers. We hope
our State saay enact just such a
law. There as no reason why say
case should be earned from one
roaalf to anothsr, but bring the
jury from any county in the State.
To lift that load aff the stomach
take Kodol Dyspepsia Care. It
digests what yoa eat. Sour stom
ach, brlching, gas on the stomach
aad all djawdeis of the stomach
that are curable, are instantly re
lieved aad permanently cured by
by the use off Kodol Dyspepsia
Care. &. P. Storra, a druggist at
397 Main street. New Britain, Conn,
says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Core is
giving such universal satisfaction
and is so ahnrely becoming the pos
itive relief and subsequent cure for
this distressing ailment, I feel that
lam si ways sore to satisfy snd
gratify my luitumrra by recom
mending it to them. I write this
to show how well the remedy is
spoken of here." Kodol Dyspepsia
Care sras discovered sfter years of
soentiSe experiments snd will pos
itively care sB staunch troubles
Sold by IMtißn, Crawford &Co.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1904.
and then nobody would have aay
opportunity, if they desired to do
so. to bring undue infiuencea upon
Its not the man who haa read
the papcra and haaaoaae intelligent
kea of the case, that ia to be fear
ed, bat it's the mac who caa be in
fluenced in other ways who is
troublesome, when an important
trial is on hand.
The man who reads and thinks
always makes ap his mind subject
to such chaaeea aa the then undis
covered evidence shall justify. Such
a man is really the only competent
juror and yet be ia the one most
frequently atood aside.
* a *
Mrs. W. P. Fairdoth. widow of
the late Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of North Caroliaa, died last
week at her homo in Goldaboro.
She had been ill for some time.
Deceased was a daughter of the
late Council Woo ten. of Lenoir
county, and a sister of Mrs George
W. Sander!in. widow of the late ex-
State auditor, who now resides in
Mrs. Fairdotb was 7a years of
age at he time of her death, and
had many friends in Raleigh.
* a *
■rv Ray brick Peaailess
A dispatch from New York gives
out the following: Deserted by her
children end penniless. Mrs. Flor
ence Msybrick, recently freed from
en Eng'ish prison, is guest of Mrs.
I>. Km ma Densmore. Eigi.ty-fourth
stret end Eleventh avenue, Brook
lyn. She spends most of her time
working on the story of her life,
"A Travesty of justice." which ■
to appear in book form the first of
Mrs. Maybriek's fortune wss so
reduced by ber long fight for free
d;m that sbe was unabie to take
the rest she needed on leaving the
prison. Through the summer
months which she spent at the
home of the Densmore's. eight
hours wee her allotted time for
work on her book. It tells of her
life from Aagast 7, 1889 when the
jury's verdict of guilty was render
ed, to the last day within the prison
"She often talks to us of different
women whom she has kaoan in
her prison experience," said Mrs.
Oensmore yesterday. 'She is
whole-hearted and felt deeply in
b-rested in many of them. In her
book she tells of the lives of many
"Her children wire 10 influeno 1
by the Maybricks, their father's
people, that they have turned
against their mother. Thejr were
both children «ben the w»s triad
and it ia only natural that they
should have been M influenced.
1 bey are in now. Mr*.
Maybrick's mother. Baruneaa von
Roques, ia in France. Her fortune
baa been [ttatiy reduced by her
efforts to liberate her daughter, and
lira. May brick herself ia left witt -
out a cent."
* * *
As to That Reformatory
A systematic effort ia to bemade
to raise funds tor the reformatory
for young while criminate. It ia
really to.be a training sch*ol_ The
site ia at Lakeview. in Moore coun
ty. It ia absolutely necesiary to
raise a few thousand dollars before
the year esdsu The King's daugh
ters and Son's in North Carolina
[Continued« fourth page]
HUE visnj EVEWTTS
Two Stares and a Burbe.-Shap were
ACTUAL LOSS AROUT S2JM
Two of oar ;>MMI arid a barber
shop were bums* to the ground
last Monday nig*. The fire was
first diaoovered Ofcout 11 .40 p.m.
homing around fine of Mr. E.
A. Phelps* store. Quite a crowd
collected here la • abort time. It
wm soon im that It was impossi
ble to save the wooden baOdings ad
joining the oot on fire. All efforts
were then directed to save the store
of Mr. J. A. Bverette just across
the street. It seemed almost im
possible to save it at that tine, bat
the brave fighters demanded succes*
which was granted. Nearly all of
the goods in this store were taken
oat damaging them bet wee u S 3OO
B. A. Phelps' estimated loss is
about f 1.000, insurance ftoo; P.
T. Bverette & Bro., loss between
$1,500 and $3,000, insurance $400;
the barber shop's estimated loss is
about $275, insurance saoo. The
entire estimated lorn is between $,3-
000 and $3,500.
The fire was extinguished about
a a. m.
We extend oar thanks to those
who so willingly helped us save the
town, they fought bravely until the
danger had past.
Mr. John Gillism, of- Alamance,
is spending a few days in town
Miss Daile Whitehead spent Sat
urday and Sunday with the Misses
Miss Eulala Perkins, after a visit
to Miss Daisy Whitley, has return
The many friends of Mrs. G« o.
P. McNaughton will be sorry to
learn of her recent illness.
.Mrs. T. H. Crudup, of Kittrell,
came home to attend the marriage
[of ber sister. Miss Mitte Coffield.
Mrs. Charles McNaughton and
baby are home again after a kmc
visit to her parents in Scotland
Miss Will Andrews has returned
to her home in Hamilton after a
short visit to Mines Lillye and Eva
Messrs. Cleve Roberson and
Clayton Keel, of Robersooville,
paid Kveretts a short call Thursday
Mr. E P. Whitley, we bear, bos
traded horses agaiu. Mav "the
flaxen haired maidens" enjoy their
rides behind his new pony as much
as his former ones
Mr. George Gurganus, of Wil
liamston. spent a few days in town
last week, buying peanuts It is
wafted on the air that his stay re
sulted in a twofold mission.
Mr G. P. McNoughton, Jr.,
went to Hobgood Sunday to ac
company his sister, Mrs. J. L. Rod
ger son, of Elizabeth City, home
where she will spend sometime
with her parents.
Mr. H. I. Coffield, oneofCboco
winity's most brilliant students,
came borne Saturday evening to be
present at the marrige of his sister.
His many friends here were glad
to see him again.
I MIES if iimflll Til UME
Thonaaada kre naed tkl* fdUik remedy with perfect confidence ind
maw lor S3 becanec the/ know jnat what it containa.
The formula cooaista of Bocks, Hydrangea, Mandiake, Yellow Dock,
Dandelion, Saraaparilla, Gentian. Senna and lodide of Potaaaium.
An doctor or draggfct will tail jrom that Una la a acini tific and reliable
combination of great Merit for all djaeaaea having their origin in the Liver.
Kidneys or Blood. After jean of experience aad patient experiment. Dr.
Thacher no perfected the proceaa of man ufactnre, that it never faila to bring
the expected relief when takes according to directions.
Tlimiaaaila ai aick para to vrhoca life kaa beea a burden have written grate
ful letters at lhanha. amen, Mwana IT. tta
~I taw aatoi gntMw ladlaaatloa. cnaattaalioa. alao a arvera liter traaMe.
with leaaof apprtite. CoriJ«ai«a»Slal.iiy; aotwtp »wt«tn*a
walk aroaad. I felt Mtol aaaaa«>la| a heavy load aad. waa t—Uj ezhaaatcd. aatU 1
took PT. Thartufa Uvaeaal riaad avv». wMcfc hctpad aae ataaoat fro— Iktlmlae.
Tkn I had taken aae Bad aae-balf battle* I lid UtattfatalaHLaal Ikaewthat
It waodoeawttrelj ta yaar wailrlae. ■ aaed ia all thie* bottlca,aad wjaetf
perfectly cared- At thie t»»e aay appettle la gaad.l day weU, aad fcet Snaj ad
nAaabed aa artaiac ia Ike aaeaiac- T. L. Seaao.
If «M aaaad a aaaMdaa Mi la la day /kr a Mw aaaapla >aW«» aad " IV.
Thacher ifwllßlßt Chnttanaoga, Tenn.
STATE AND GENERAL NEWS
CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
Trmps Heeded at St. Leafs; Feshtari ta WasfciatfM; Beeker
Washlnft—; A Luxe Wkale
THE DENNIS SIMMONS LUMBER CO. ID BUILD
The Peabedy Pud; New MlHlary KeciUte; Hsv
A charter haa been granted to the
Mount Olive Light and Power com
pany. capital stock SIOO,OOO. K- T.
Keel and other stockholders.
State Superintendent Joyner re
ceived last Fridaf Norh
allowance from the Peabody fund.
The amount is considerably greater
than last year. 4 .
The State charters the Winston
Tag Machine Company, to make
tobacco tags. Capital stock hundred
aad fifty thousand .principal stock
holders, Martin Davis and W. E.
Daring the severe storm Sunday
two small coasting schooner, Mary
Wheeler and Maggie C. went on
the rocks near Neat Inlet and were
completely wrecked with their
cargos. All on board the doomed
Wilson Times: We bear from
good authority that the Dennis
Simmons Lumber Company will
during the next few months put a
560.000 lumber mill at Kenly.
They own several hundred acres
of timber around Kenly .
Today the new drill regulations
adopted last June for use of the reg'
ular army were adopted for the
North Carolina National Guard.
Under these regulations formations
are no longer known as "fours"
but as "units" each unit consisting
of eight men, four on front and
four in the rear rank
There has been much election
news since Tuesday that this paper
had no pleasure in printing.but this
is the best p*ece of election news
that has yet appeared, taken from
the Warren Record -
"The news conies from Wise that
the school election in that district
Tuesday was carried by a vote of
"ixty-nine to four. Good for Wise.
We knew they would do the right
thing. This Is the first district in
the county to vote a special school
tax. ,J —i.-
The hope of the State is in good
schools in every neighborhood,
and the hope of such schools is in
supplementing the school! funds
by local tax. The people of Wise
are wiser than any other people in
Warren county to invest their mo
ney in immortal mind.
There are three things that con
stitute the chief foundation of
North Carolina's growth and pro
gress as an agricultural State.,
i. Good countv schools.
2. Gaod public roads.
3 Free rural delivery in every
section of the State.—News and
Observer, Raleigh, N. C.
tendered his 11 lignsliim :o the
President Monday aad it ku ac
cepted to take effect January i*t
At (VsidhriDe, Me., a what:
eighty feet kmg was Muwii
Unable to get back into the
the great creature lay hdplm Mi
the beach and a bullet (rodi * hun
ter's rifle ended its Kie.
President Frances of the m.p
iana Purchase Exposition b a
made appbcatioi to the wart epa ;
ment ior the xadin( of troop* )
the exposition grounds for tl - pet -
tcction at property
the of tMcifa nations on -
tained in the exhibits, and slso otf
the exhibits of the Phflippin guw
Prince Fnshini. the adopt« too
tber of the Eaytiot of Japt trri
red in Washington Monday ifter
noon at half pul five o.doc' . ami
assumed for the first time sit. t hi*
arrival in this country his ffica
personality aa Prince of the "Oyai
bouse of Japan. He was met 11: tht
station by the third assistant
tary of Stat*. Mr. Pierce, w'.a at
the personal representative cf tht
President, bade hiai ndcoc tt.
this country. The prince
them for their cordial aeknr e atw 1
expressed the satisfaction tot at
being in the United States. At thr
invitation of Count Caasini thr
of the diplomatic corps. Mr A? liroz
the Mexican ambassador, will KIT.
as dean daring the visit Jk
loan address to the colore . citi
ms of Braiaihaa, Ala. deliver)*!
Monday night . Booker Washington
Mid- "Not a few have predicted
that on account at the recent r:
tioa many members of oar fact
would lose their heads. wroul s
come unduly p—poaa. With t t V
earnestness that I can comma 1. 1
want to urge oar people in rsn
part of the country to disappoint
thoae who have Bade soch predict
ions by leading a life of increased
usefulness. soberness and simplici
ty, remembering, as I haver often
exhorted before .that ia the long ran
it's to the certain and fundament
al idea* of growth in property, intel
ligence and high Christan charac
ter, friendly relations with oar
neighbors of all races, that we
mvt look lor oar ultimate sue
cess. "The masaes of oar people are
to dwell for all times here in the
South and here it is that oar desti
ny mast be worked oat and we can
only succeed when we have the
confidence and co-operation of
these about us."
Carriam is responsible for
many a railroad wreck and the
same causes are making human
wrecks of sufferers from Throat
and Long troubles. Bat since the
advent of Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, even the worst caws can be
cored, resignation is 1
no longer necessary. Mrs. Lois
Cragg. of Dorchesler. lfass., is one
of die many whose life was saved
by Dr. King's New Discovery.
This great remedy is sold and guar
anteed for aff Throat and Lung
diseases br S R Biggs and all
druggists. Price 50c. and fi.oo.
Trial battles face.
'Taint no tee to sit down and whine
When no fish get tangled in
Bate your book with a hmhlf bee,
And keep on taking Rocky Moan
tain Ten. S. R. Biggs.
IP YOU WANT YOY* |
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Plymouth q "
Tarboro a$ «
lackjr Mount jj
* Scotland Neck 15
* Jamesville ij
" Ktdcr LUley'a 15
- J. O. SUton IS
" J. L. Woolard 15 "
" O. K. Cowing A Co. 15 -
'* Pinntb ij «
"* fcobersoaville 15 "
" Everett* 13 ••
Qold.Point ij »
Geo. P. McNsughton ij **
Hamilton so "
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close. Neither candidate in certain ei
success. Events may happen vkkh ail
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situation. No newspaper is better sfrif
ped to handle the sews thaa
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special correspondents rmak first in the
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dependent, snd each day will give the
lurf situation, uncolored by partiaaa
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