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< AMKKirAX <*tTHfiENSH?Pi -
"The following is an "CTCtract from
an address delivered by President
John A}.. Kllgo, of TrinUv- College;
Durham, N. C.. before the American
Bankers' Association at Chicago, Frl- ,
? day .Evening, frMiTvmhvr 1.7.
"One of The most splendid achieve
ments of our American history Is the
unlimited opportunity it has furnish
ed men of all classes and races to im
prove their industrial and social con
dittoh's anil to rLau,-jo the? hlghmtj
points of success. fh the halls of
>^arae art* recorded the ^ames of those
who have d?me some immortal thing
ln~lctters or art or war or pontics,
but a roll that also reflects great
lion Or upon our . American govern-,
ment, the one that marks*' Che high |
point of our socijii yvolution,'*is that
long roll of Americans who began at |
the lowest point aiid_lijL fidelity and!
labor rose stop by step till th*\v
...reached the summit* of Industrial in
fluence and prtwer. . ThaTts the com- 1
mou story of American qien of bust
""tiess success. The Americans- today
who "l'1' Inl-1'.' ii.nl nrf nil
power throughout the world, whose
names give value to commercial pa
per irr every market, bear witness to
the genuineness of democracy in our
Industrialism. The little tot who is
selling his papers along the street at
a penny a copy Is the citizen of a
country and the heir of industrial
traditions that make possible* to him
the day when he will own the paper
and the voice become a national
power. That is not the dream o?
democratic itleallsm, it is the wonder
ful re. ord of our democratic Indus.]
trlalisjn. ? ? |
Strrrnrir'cotlegp president, to somel
extent seriously desirous of incalcat-l
ing itj Southern youth v.-ho come up]
under my direction the true idea of I
Americanism as I se.e it. I have often j
coveted the right 'ami the ifbillty to
build on my college grounds nnj
American monument. I should build
a great, strong pedestal upon which 1
with their ?hoaih**d swords at their'
^feet, clasping each other's right hanijj
I should place the statues of riysse?|
S. Grant and Robert K." Lee, the heroj
of v t-t??ry and <lu? linro <?f defeat ? L
should-*}- mortise by their hand-grip
t he reunion of a lap<l too strong to be
hewn asunder by batle-axe. 1 should
adopt as the sentiment to be inscrib
ed upon it. those famous words of
Grant: "Let us have pence.' "inr one
side of ihe pedestal with brenze tab
let 1 should celebrate 1 he nf
the federal soldier; on another J
should pay- tHbute to the unparal
JeTed patriotism of American mother
hrw i and j'.ptmti.'wi: v.'.n ?"?!? ir.l re
maining I should pay d':e honor to
the high example of loyalty ?o sub
limely illustrated by the old negr^i
uaciuy ami mnmrajr who worked In
tfthern rom-flclds nod fared for!
f^ou thorn women htm] i-hildrvn during
tho&e yi-ars of furious strife. And.
Sir, out of fire tvhol? corruption k
would wish the student to r^ad this
glorious truth: Amerinnii believe1.
In the union of their cour.iry; ttiey
believe In and f;X2lt hfniaji vkiiii'a
wherever "stressed, whether In the
friend or foe. whether In man or In
woman, whether in .lord or hIjtvp.
whether In blark or white, whether
in thf* nortli f.r The south or thf eas*
j or thf went, aiwny* and everywhere
mertmns brltfrr Vrr man hood
PIT MORK RAflT.I\(i OX Y<J|R
Afrntti n,-g would ur*e our. rnt
growers to pjit on bagKlns and ties
to the full 6 per pent limit this sea
?> son. If you put on lea* than 0 per
? cent ? that la to *ay go pound* on a
/?#0-pound bale, 26 on^a 4 50-pound
fckte. *c..? tt U ftTMW A faafMr or
% giving the^ cotton btrjrer good -rot ton
worth 12-1-2 rentq a poun<T ?hen he
is paying you only for lagging and
ties averaging about 2 1-2 rents a
pound. Thf* la a matter our farm
fa haw bwn entirely too slow to un
Th? ?ut of Um wkol* Miur j t
thto: The price Mf cotton to
- ? : ? St
fixed by manufacturer* who buy on
a basis of, 6 per cent deductlonfor
trnggtrttf-ammsyj. That is to say,
hiey figure' on 30 pounds tare tor
each 500-p6u|id bale; and on each
500-pound barte. therefore, they al
cient to pay lor only 4 70 pounds net
of lint cotton. In other words, the
prlcO paid per pound for fbe whole
?500 pounds" ts lowered so as to allow
for 30 pounds tare.
Now, the average farmer instead
of putting 170 pounds of lint cotton
and 30 potj^ds of bagging intdHf 500
-WHthd. UaU?v? t?uu;4u ? ? pmmtis- j.i
<???? H i ul 23 |H>uud? of bagging? .
thereby putting In x extra pound;* r?f
112 1-2 cent cotton, worth .$ l instead
V)f S pounds of bagging and lies worth
Mdrpover. all tlie evidence goes to
-show that if the farmers does not put
on full 30 pounds (aw to .each 500
pound blac. the exporter adds the ex>
tra s ot~io pounds In setoud-haM
bagging and jnakes the extra dolfaT
that really belongs to the farmer. At
a meeting of -foreign manufacturer:!
? with^representatives of .the Parmero^
rVnlonTn Washington City a year or
two ago. the manufacturers inquired
"Why is it that when cotton leaves
the farmer's gin it has only 20 to 22
pounds of tare, but has 3-1 pounds by
-the time it reaches us?" This la the
Put on all the bagging and ties that
you can buy for 3 1-2 cents a pound
and sell for 12 1-2 cents. ?Progres
LIBERTY VS. CRKENS.
A colored man fi'om Georgia had
vrn*?n dv -was arrested ror some slight
violation of the city, ordinances, fp
on hfrartng that the negro was in^ail
tjje secretary of the colored Y. M. C.
'A. secured the services of a minis
ter to go with* hiiu and sign the pris
oner's bail-bond. They reached the
i?M ?'h<irllv hefon- noon, and told In?
negro the object of their visit. In re
sponse to the proffered kindness he
"Mistah Johnsing. I sho is glad
yon-all is gwirie tah git "me out. but
I- xvauis fix it so I ?an-4->gi*
out till' late dis ebenlft'."
Of course the two sainaritane were
somewhat taken aba<fk by this' unus
ual requ^f. H'-.r il moment, later
they lost their breath when, in an
swer to the secretary's question, -the
Georgia negro replied In a whisper:
, "Well. sah, (ley's a-gittin dinnah
ready, and dey's cooftin* greens; an"
I sho would like to g.it some o' dem
greens bef-o' 1 leabes dis place!" ? -
WKST OKI KXT.%1* SEWS.
-The nui's ill'e snort lor the want of
Mr. Hodges was in New T5*;rri ?
Tuesday on business.
Mr. O. J.~ Perry and Miss Annie BT
Perry made us a ijleasant ca'TT Satur
.Mr. Mason Carroway. of Oriental,
was over to call on his old friend.
Miss Lizzie Hodges, Sunday mofti
Caj>t. :!. M. Jopes .went to N&w Bern.,
Tuesday to spend a week or 10 days
? Mr, family have
moved to -Aurora. N. C.
Wtrtle surveying timber land about
five iriiles from here Friday, Mr. H.
D. Hodges killed four large snakes,
two of them being very -large rattle
The tug Teaser, owned by the De
fiance Box Company, was -towed to
New tern Tuesday to be put- on the
7 h* local school will open Monday". 1
|-Setpteraber 20, with four teachers..
L '.Mr, R. D. Flodges and his two llt
| tie daughters. Alire and Christine.
Up?M ?'?" afr"-tii?>n re.-etjtlv with his
brother, Mr. J. "R. Hodges. ?
.Utile Miss Klla Gaylord made Miss
[Alice Hodges a pleasant call Satur
fame as an entertainer nt;d popular
if v in Ih.
? ? - n ""?*!
liren occasioned by iii? r?v.iatio:i SH
itli r fact that General Fred D. Grant,
who js on? of the guests of honor at
I the prohibition relfbration ami who
1 will lead tho big parade tomorrow, i?
n tfiiaT abstainer. Addressing a ih?
ion rally of temperance people at
Wlllard Hall. General Grant said-.
" **T rrT?^! rrrvmrnr trrrh-rrrnrierffTtqn.
berause I knew that alcohol. Is the
worst poison that it' man ran take In
to his system, but found that It was
-?n nb*ohtt?? im prr**ibfH+y - to drink
moderately. Because moderate use
of li<| nor Is a practical Impossibility.
I became an absolute teetotaller ? a
crank, if you ptease. I will not a!
lew It even In my house.
"Drink Id the_ greatest eyrse be-J
i-ai'.Be prarttrally t^ll the ci tiuo^Bmt
| all diK?"as^H are the result of It.-NInc
ty-flve per cent, of desertions and of
acts of lawlessness In the army are
due to drink.
"If f could by offering my body as?
a sacrifice free this country from the
fell cancer ? the demon drink ? I'd
thank the Almighty for ^he privilege
of doing it. ??., .
"If I "had the greatest appointive
Efl*er rft IflA MUBtPf BB HHT1 WflBM
*ret even the smallest appoint men*
from me unless he showed the proof
of his absolute tee total lam As It Is.
of my own appointees, the member?
of my stalT, not one of. then touches
a drop. They know better."
REP. JNO. SMALL
MAKES A TALF^
Was Ofator at the PantegaHigfa
School on Tuesday
Hon. Jot'Jijs.y- Smalt delivered an
educational address at the Pantego
AihJeiny on last Tuesday evening.
WtlttF Introducing the speaker, Mr.
T; HrJohnson, speaking of the schoot
of Prof. Bennett and his capable as
sistants have made that school sec
ond to none in Beaufort county.
Mr. Small made a very interesting
address. He spoke of the good repu
tation the school bore all over the
flinty LUi highly commended -fhe
school _for its beautiful school
garden, and hoped that some day all
the other schools in the Old North
Slate might folio*- -the good initiative
set by the Pautego High School. He
did not fail to make a plea for agri
culture li? the schools, and the benefit
of a good garden In making practical
tests of the knowledge imparted in
the text. Prepare the children for
actual life, was his. plea, pleasingly
and even eloquently made. And In.
addition to what, is taught in the
Pantego school now, he said he hoped
the time would soon come when, like
Washington this year, domestic sci
ence and manual training, both,
would be added to the curriculum.
He then warned the people not to be
ifrald of high taxes tor build up the |
?cfiTool, as in the future It would ntvl
back a hundred fold, both In a model,
M-liuul and lu better iltiEcnelilp.
This address was very opportune,
an the school Is in a very crowded
'"condition. "Two years ago. says Prof.
Bennett, the school began with an
enrollment of 75 pupils; last year
Willi 95; wlillc thla year i( atarta owl
with 125, so that larger quarters and
more teachers arfc ft. necessity. But^
with the loyalty.to the school already
shown, with the additlomil school
spirit credited by'/ this. ..address. and
.with the broad-m: . I?'.J-m* :? who-are
lexers In tint yonfraunity, the school
will no*^ doubt" be properly care for.
?>Ji Wf .Intrdav mornlirg .Mr. Smal 1
visited the High School and- while
there Incpectetf^the pehool garden.
He. e;c pressed himself as ? highly
pleaded, both with the .-chool garden
and the good deportment of the
' t -
AM KHM 'AX MISKllttAHIKS
Washington. I ) . v C. ? ? The
gtate fc)?ji?arttjienV>?!n nPFrtfpt of a
report from Consul General Handley
at Huuia. Ooi.tLU. !n MBirh he states'
that the trial of the American ^nis
sionaries. Rev. William Morrison and
Rev. W. H. Sheppard, is to begin
there today. The two missionaries,
are accused of criminal libel. The
charges were bneugM by one of the
Cmigo concession t-onV^anleS^ holding
a monopoly of rubberjAiherlng in
the Kasai region. It clsrtqis $20,000
damages from each of the men for
"calumnious denunciation." The case
originated Ui statements printed by
the missionaries in which the rubber
company was charged with perpetrat
ing cruelties on the native*. i_
THIS DATK IX HISTORY. I
? Fort Oratige t Albany N.
Y.) surrendered to the BrltisUV __
i<JS0-^-$amirel ButJer, English
poet. died. Born February 1C12.
1735 ? John Marshall, Chief Jus
tice of the V. S. Supreme Court, born.
Died July 6. 1S35.
1*"?4 ? I'niteil States ship of *Var
Albany left Asplnwau. anil nwier
again heard of.
1S91 ? Great Are in Minneapolis,
in which seventeen firemen were in
jured hv an i'inl^nn ,
190S ? Andrew Carnegie gave fi,
000 to found a hero fund in
j Abmrbenl Cotton for all urtr at
? ; ?
sciatica, or any pain in
thq nerves is quickly re
lieved by an application -
? of Sloan's Liniment. ? ?
It penetrates right to
- tb? seat of the trouble,
q uiets the excited nerves
and gives permanent as
~ well as immediate teuet
is ?n?H>ell?nt smiseptir ran
edv for cuts, bam*, bruises,
poisonous insect Kings *nd 'J
| FROM NORTH CAROLINA TO CALIFORNIA,
'tla dusty in hot weather. ' '
This in It? U ia wby^amty seek the suburb*- ?' -
Move to Washington Park, 'tla a most Ideal spot in which to Jive. L
Secure the lot today. .
PREPARE FOR WAR
Today there are times of Peace irr WHARF
PROPERTY. The free inland water route
will brirg WAR. ~ --
Prepare ? see me today. A.C. HATHAWAY .
Leon Wood MEMBERS N. Y. COTTON EXCHANGE Juno* W. Cole
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a public building at no dintant day.'
as Congressman Small has already
secured an appropriation and hopes
to have thin appropriation In^wured
at the coming seaalon of Congress,
and, too, the rite for thta hniunny
has been, selected ^_and purchased,
would it not be good policy to make
some effort to have the architect in
submitting his plana for the building
Include a tower on mm* r?r the Dur
P?Be of- InBtaiUpg an Illuminating
cloyk. While there Is no appropria
rion so far tpr this clock to be placed,
foclo uure It will be done
sooner or later, xhib nn. t ha
best time to secure suitable drawing*
Is before the building Is commenced.
An illuminating clock on top of the
public building would be the" rlghr
thing and could be installed for very
little additional cost.
Hick*' C'ttpudlne.Ciires Kick Headache
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from OrljT.
Stoma oh" Troubles or .Female trou
-Wee, "fry Capudlne ? It's llquhl ?
effects Immediately. Sold by drug
gists. ' ? ' ' ** '
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phone or mail given care/ul attention.
FOR SALE: -
HA.NDi PIN UKLT PLUSES, ALL
, Jixekrage, at 75c. A. Q. Bmttber
FOR SAllfc OR RENT ? ONE FARM,
Wades Point, adjoining Pamlico
? Beach Huff: AMjflo R L. Sub
FRESH Flfli SEED ? CLOVER,
Rye, Rape, Vetch, Cabbage and
Twrntp. Dr. - Hardr*s Drug Store.
NEW SUPPLY OF FI/AVER POTS,
Just received ?t~grKl Willis'.
35 CANARY BIRDS FOR SALE ? I
have on hand 26 fine canary birds,
good songsters, beautiful plumage,
guaranteed to sing. Price pfer pair,
95; single birds. 92.50. Guaran
teed safe delivery anywhere In the
8tate. Address W. H. Gasklns,
Aurora, N. C.
ARE YOU GOING TO AVKItSk MIL
linery opening, Tuesday. Don't
miss it If you want the latest head
gear for fall- and winter. 27
FOR SALE OR RENT-? ONE FAlUir
North Creek and Pamlico River.
Apply tb B..L. Susman.
, THOSE HATS AT A^HW' ARE
i dreams of loveliness. No lady in
I - Washington cttn afford to rnls*~the
opening Tuesday ap(f Wednesday.
All shyes and styles are -to be
J shown. Remember the dates. 27
,KOK SALK t'\linA(ii:, ONIONS,
P and lemons. H. B. Mayo & So.
J*ULBS IN GREAT VARIETY AT
j Dr. Hardy's Drug. Store.
SYLVIA IS THE TfAMK OF THE
best Embroidery Floss1? Clark's |
| ' tlte plAca.
STENOGRAPHER AND ^ Y V E- \
| writer. Let mc write your letters.
Miss Beulah Thomason, 115 Mar
FOR SALE ? TOW PEANUT SACKS. |
H.- B. Mayo _& Co.
GRAPES WANTED ? WHITE SCUP
!>ernong, at the Union Grocery Co.
Will buy all we can get for the
next LO days. 24
THE LATEST FADS IN PARISIAN
effectsNaal?-ell as domestic, will be'
on exhibition, fft Ayers' Millinery
Opening. v ? ? 37
SPECIAL HALE OF HANDY PIN
Belt Purses, formerly 91. marked
down to 75c. A. Q. Smither & Co.
TIlF LADlfcS* SUIT DEPARTMENT
at Clark's (Becond floor) shows
The tailoring Is exceptionally gcrbd
NEW BUCKWHEAT. AT E. K. |
FREE! REMEMBER SMITHER ftl
Co. engrave everything they sell]
free of cost.
AVERS' MILLINERY OPENING ls|
? Tuesday and Wodnooday.
orate display of the latest crea- |
Hons will be seen. 27
SPECIAL SALE OF LAIHKS' Mt S.
liu UuderweftT at ClttTk.V? ? Seejciii?
NEW SUPPLY OF FLOWER POTS, |
Jp? recetrett at B. K. WillisS*1
S ? i ? ?
FAR3I FOR RENT? GOOD. 4.VACREJ
farm, one arid - one-half miles |
from Washington. _W ill. rent rea
sonable, one, three or "five year?.
Parties Interested address "Farm- 1
er." Washington, N. C: 25
SCHEDULE GAS BOAT' ViCIQB.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday^
Leave Hunter's Bridge 6 a.*1h; ar
rive at Bath. 6.30, Washington. 9.
Leave Washington 2.30 p. a., arrive
Bath 5. p. m.. Hunter's Bridge 5.30.
Pare 50c. round trip, 85c. one way.
? WILLIAM BOYD, Master.
Wagons, Harness and
SPBGIAU8JS ? 1
H. W. CAJITER, M. D.
Practice Limited to Disepe* of the
rt and Thrnat
Hour*: 9-12 A. M. Cor. Main end
, ' M. Gladden Ste..
HONE ?. Wssblngtoh, NTC.
Dr. I. M. Hardy
vysKia^oo. n: c. ? ? ?
DR. H. SNELL
Respass Streets. Phone 100 -
Washington," N. C.
?' V ~ -
H. S. WARD JUNIUS D. GRIMES
WARD ft CRIMES
Washington, N. C. ?,
We practice In the Courts of the First
Judicial Dtoirlct, and the
Federal Courts. u
John H. Small, A. D. Mac Lean,
SMALL, MACLEAN &
Washington, North Carolina.
ATTOR NP V. ATI a w
W ssh tag ton, North Carolina.
Practices in all the Courts.
W. M. BOND, Eden ton, N. C.
NORWOOD L, SIMMONS
BOND & SIMMONS
Practice in all Couitt.
W. L. Vaughan W A. Thooipwn
VAUGHAN & THOMPSON
Washington and Aurora. N. C.
Practice In all the courts.'
H. C. CARTER, JR.,
Washington, Nv C.
Office Market Street.
Win. B. Rodman. Wiley C. Rodman.
RODMAN & RODMAN
Washington, N. Ci
" - r ' ~ " '
R. L. STEWART
PRACTICAL MATCHMAKER and
Corner Main and Market-Streets.
JUst received a large assortment of the
Is test designs In Jewelry. Re
pairing a specialty. 1
H. B. Goldstein,
We are stil! doing business at our
old ftand,. In this period between the _
sessons we are still sstlsfying cus
tomers. Our fall samples arts already
in and w can tslrs yam order now ? -
for Immediate or future delivery.
Yours for business, H. B. Goldstein.
J. and P. B. MYRBS ~
The J. H. Simmons Marble
and Granite Co.
' Prices and Work Riaht.
Washington, n c. ~
WHITE - BARBER - ?qOP .
cmabte Judgment. We bave 3 ckalra, ?
Jflrat-cUaswhlle barbera. Satlfaction
?Mured, Opposite Postal office.
A. B. DRAUGHON, Prop. ||
c. Morgan Williams
of all kinds.
pEOPLE who are troubled with
WiffneM and poor .circulation
' should uae
It pmetratM and yti
but does not require rubbing.