North Carolina Newspapers

The National Farmers' Congress to Meet in
Raleigh November 3 to 8? People From
All Over the Country to be Present? This
State's Possibilities; ~ ? ?
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The National -Farmer?' Co.ngress
will meet In Raleigh, November 3d to
8th, bringing together representative
A men from every part of the United
Statea. The main purppee Is tfc show
the Northern and Western people the
|l?wH.I1lll?. V ?>??>. f.rnllnn Tfaft
following premiums will be offered
by tbo State Board of Agriculture on
corn, wheat, oats, rye, cabbage, po
tatoes, etc.
. 1st- 2d
For the . best ear of
Prolific corn, any va- *
-j?.- rlety, each district $ 5.00 $2.
?For1 the* beet aar of
Gourdseed or Horse
tooth type, esch dis
trict 5.00 2.
For the best ear of any
other Variety or type
of corn each district 5.00 2
For the best ten ears
Prolific corn, any va
riety r each dJatilct.- ? 10,00 5.
For the best ten ears
Qourdseed or Horse
tooth type, esch dis
trict ? . 10.00 2.
For the best ten ears
any other variety or
type of corn, each
district ..w. 10.00 5.
For the best stalk of
Proline cola, ?
attached, each dis
trict ... . .? ... ..... 5.00
For the best sulk of
Gourdaeed or Horse
tooth, ears attached,
each district 5.00
For the best stalk of
eara attached; any
~ ^strict 1 v . . 3.00
For the best five stalks
Prolific corn, ears
attached, each dis
trict . _. . . . 10.00
For the best five stalks
GOurdseed or Horse
tooth, ears attached, '
each dlHtrlct ...^. 10.00
For the best SvejJtalks
arfy other varlpty,
?each district.^,1 j....- 10.00
at large .......... 5.00
tlio hn?t huttho)
Red Wheat, State at
large .......... I.. 5.00* 2.50 1
For the best bushel of
Early or * Spring
oats? State fr large. 5.00 2.i>0 j
? For the heat bushel of i" '
J" Anpler or Rnst-fvrnof- __
^ type qI ,uaU. HIM
~ at large . * ....... . 5.00 . " 2.50
F6r the best bushel of
Turf or Winter va
riety of Oats, State
at large . 5.00 2.50
For the best bushel of
Rye, State at large. 5.00 2.50
pv>r best and lary
est Cabbage, State at
IfTTj . rr> ? IJIOJ
For the ten largest and
best Cabbage, State
at large. ... ^.00 2.50 j
For the best bushel ef
ii mi i nun i i>s > ?
at large 6.00 2.
For the best bushel of
Ir^b Potatoes, sec
ond eropr 8 late . at
6.00 2.
' For the- best bushel of
- Tellow or "White >
Yamm. suae *t l?r?e M
T6r~ the- bMt . tramhel
^.r trpN ot 8W?t _
- Southern QuMll, ?"d . '
the dryer T.rletlee,
But* ?t l*r*e
For ttt? h??Tle?t pump
kin. State at large. ..
For tbe largMt ?
Wurael (wwfcfWU
Btite'it ?V-??
For the kUTCMt Mill
8U" *'? ? 0D 1.M
Th? name of th? fTOWW aa? tat
address mull Kcomptm
? ? exhibit- No premium will b?
the exhibit U ?????
muii ?>* Motto .Car or
.,i*Hnr ?
exhibit. If a person 1b exhibiting
white Prolific corn, every ear should
be aa nearly alike as possible. If ex
hibiting any other varieMfcfOf corn,
Observe the same care in-having all
ears alike. It is not necessary for %n
exhibitor tO-'gelect unusually long nor
unusually large ears of corn, "but
rather the best and moat uniform ears
should be ^selected. In exhibits the
cobs should be of the same color as
well as the grains of corn. As a rule,
white corn, if pure-Cred, has a white
cob, and yellow corn a red cob, but
there are some varieties of white corn
which red ftobs predominate. If
one exhibits that variety of corn. ,e$?h
ear Should have a red cob, SratT h?"
exhibits a vyjoty In which white cobs
predominate every ear in the exhibit
should have a white cob! If there
are two exhibits that are exactly alike
iir,other respeets-and one haa unifor
mity in color .of cob and the other
haw not, the award will be given" to
the person exhibiting tho corn wherF
uniformity of .color ie observed ?
In making this oorn exhibit our de
sire is to show to the visiting farm
ers and others attending the Tann
ers' National Congress that North
Carolina can grow good corn. To do
ithla we must exhibit the very best we
have. Nothing else will satisfy us.
Many whn wlil see thls^ exhibit will
come from States where coVn is' their
principal crop, and they take a prfde
In growing the best. We want to. If
possible, have aa good corn in this ex
hibit as these people, grow in their)
States. .??
. This is a fine opportunity to show
t" the other 9tateyw*at we can do in
North Carolina li^ the way of growing
corn, and I appeal to every enterphs*
ing farmer and business man to help
us make Hhls corn show S credit to
the S(ate. All exhibits should" be re
ceived by October 25th, so as to al
low the-proper Arrangement of then).
No exhibit will be received after No
vember 1st.
In shipping, Wrap etch ear of com
I carefully with paper ancl par_k ilphT
ly in a box of the proper dimensions
I so as to not permit the etars to be In
jured in transit. The stalls should
IH! CtftftTf n' QI r ^
so- as ta prevent the breaking of
stalk". Ship by freight ur uxpiuhs.
charges prepaid < preferably by 'ex
press) , to th^ Department of Agricul
ture, RaleighrN. C., attaching a card
with the name and poelofiice address
Of the stripper.
The following score card will be
???"' ? ? Pnl"'a
Uniformity of exnum . . . . lfr
Maturity and* market condition. . 13
Trueness to type T. ^ ... 5
Shape of ear 5
Purity as shown by color of cob. . 5 1
Purity aa shown by color of kernel' 5
Butta ? 5
(jTipa i .... 51
1 Space Iwlwwu tow ? ? 5
i Per cent shelled corn to ear y20
ifflgiyr oi iimuarr
Uniformity of grains. ... 6
Length of ear 5
Circumference 5
For corn- Qjhlblts the State has
been divided Into three divisions, a
| nm and second premium to be given
to7 the best in each oftbe
three dlrlslons ? The premiums of
fered on otherexhibita than com will
J'apiHy to tfie'state at liu-ge. . *.
lows: Eastern Division: to consist
of Scotland, Cumberland, Harnett,
ton, and atf conntlee east of thoee.
Central Division: Cleveland, Cataw
fbaT ATCTggaBT Trpdoli; TadM^tiAeV
and counties east di fhose, to the
line of the Eastern Division. West
era DJvfsiotx: AU counfle# in the State
west of the Central Division.
P. - Off.
. Captain o. W, EHmpaon of the Hat
te? Life Saving. station, wu oper
t*Ud upon br Dr H. W. Carter tkla
waa Ttir aucceaaful. Thja will he
1 n.?a to hit many trtMOJ.
4PUtn statxon i
To Be Held in Pittsburg
Begins Mcnday and Will Last for
a Week? 50,000 Dele
gates Will Attend ? Many Nota
bles Expected.
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 9. ? The ar
rangements for the centennial cele
bration oJ_the Christian Church to
he held ^iere next week, beginning
on Monday and continuing Uil Tuee
day, October 19. are practically com
pleted and the delegates have begun
to arrive In large nnraberB It is ex- I
pec ted that fully oO.OOO delegater
representing Christian Churches- in
all parWof the United States, Eng
land, ScotNJfcd?..3candinavia, Austra
lia,, japan and other countries, will
be In attendance during the wefeKr
Flve great audltoriuius, with an
aggregate seating capacity of 80,000,
have been iiygnif by the rpitiaburg. .
dCWttgUUee. fgr^e parallel sessions
of the celebratio^twidtheconvention.
All are In a compact group at the en
trance to Schenley Park. President
Taft had been invited but. was com
piled to decline the invitation, as It
was Impossible for him to make . a
change in the plan9 6t his great tour
through the West and South. Among
the large nurbber of distinguished
men who are expected to be present
and"dellver addresses at the differ
ent , meetings, are/ Representative
Champ Clark, former Representative
John Allen, Life" PAce. T, W. Phil
lips, Judges S. R. Artman and P. A.
Henry,- Theodore P. Shouts, former
head of the Panama canal work-; R.
A. Long, president ofthe- National
Lumberman's Ass^&ion and many
others. -*
The origin of the Christian Church,
dates from the publication in 1809 by
I Thomas Campbell, of Washington,
Pa., of a document, known as the
I "Declaration and Address," which led
I ttF* the ? founding ? nf rht> fhristlan
Church. The church now has a mil
lion and^a. quarter members with
6,000 ministers and about forty
schools, colleges, hospjtals, etc. It
also had missions and. hospitals in
many {orei&p. countries in the far
East. *
1 oiing
? r Peddlers Pay the
The case of State xa. Arthur Nicli
olls, White,* and Edward Blount, col
ored, charged with the larceny of
Mayor Sterling yesterday afternoon.
Xlcholls proving an alibi was found
?oot guilty; Blount, was adjudged
guilty and bound over to the nexi
term of Beaufort county Superior
court in the sum' of $100.. He- was
committed m Jail. ? ?
Thla morning the mayor had sev
eral cases before htm, two for retail
fni; Rfiriur^.
Last night at the carnival' 'frbfthllil1.
Policemen Pedrlck and Proctor sus
pected William Perkins and Jim Har
vey, both colored, of handling booze,
fffttch thftm. Sure
enough, their men had OSe. Btut, ror
they sold to two of their pals, Neal
Bason and Dick Latham. No sooner
than -the transaction was completed"
and the money . passed, the police nab
bed them.
Perkins aridr Harvey were" boond
over to court In (he sum of $100 each.
As NeaLand L&thom both swore they
did not purchase' whiskey, had no
iy?n?T ?tn- nnfl as the police jaw
the entlrt? proceedings, ttrey were in
dicted for perjury. They- -are now in'
jail a? *Oag lhel? m>l*
lng oourt. . , 1
^ The mayor's desk presented an un
usdal sight this morning' (MLlhe News
representative entered. JBooze was
galore on all sides. There were sev
eral ptnta ot barley-corn on the table,
whloh will be. added to theprlrate
closet of the city, now being rapidly
filled. The defendants claim they
Iprdeted the liquor from Norfolk.
?uMTlutuultat ?f the public
"?* "? Thin Mna
Mr. O. M. Winfieftt of This City,
and Miss Edmonds Wedded
on October6.
.Mr. Ottls M. Wlafleld, of thlfr?clty,
was happily married tt> Mies Mary
Elizabeth Edmonds, the' only daugh
ter of Mrs. F. E. Edmonds. In Nor
folk, Va., last Wednesday afternoon,
October 6_, at 5 o'clock.
The _vw.ddiiig_Jai?k i)luco-<U? ih?_
home of the bride's mother. No. 30?
ifrest Brambleton avenue, being per
formed by Rev. Dr. pastor of
the First Baptist Church.
Mr. Joseph C. Buckman, of this
city, was the groomVbest man, and
Miss Catherine plttman, of Norfolk,
the maid of honor. ?"
The entire lawSr Hour m ttm rtti
was becomingly, decorated and
tfp^ned In ferns and palihs, the
^or scheme being, yellow and green.
Thg deft -ftngerfl-et- tovlag hand a were
evldonoed on .all ?ldeik A beautiftri
impromptu altar hadroen erected In
the back parlor Jhe Impressive I
ceremony was performed in the pres
ence of a large number of friends and
acquaintances* including Several from
otij&f the city. _ ~ .
*fos iftulse L*as*lfcer presided at
the organ. ?
Immediately after the consumma
tion o'f the nuptials Mr and Mrs.
Wlnfleld drove to* the Norfolk and
Washington stean)4r, where amid
congratulations -and best wishes they
left for a tour ofijiilraiefn cities.
The bride wore a'fcolng-away gown
of blue cloth, with hat and gloves to
Mrs. Wlnfleld visited In Washing
ton duj-ityt the past summer, and by
her charm of manner and livable dis
position endeared "herself to many.
She will be a valuable addition to
Washington society.
The groom Is a son of the late Rev.
J. L. WlnfleldTTBrtk? |oung-man held
In the highest est Mm. For many
years he has been to the employ of
J. F. Buckman & Solv He Is popular'
and possesses the faculty of making
friends. He holds petitions of honor
and trust in severity of the secret
orders.- ' T '.*?
Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfleld are expccted
to arrlvqlTnj the city Wednesday. .Oc
tober ll^and a recepjL>n -will be.fVn
dered them and theUr*?jjpVls at'tfieTr"
futurq home, No. 5*28 West Third
Many Handsome- aim useful pres
ents were received, testing tho high
esteem in which they are held.
The Daily News joins 1a extending
best wlphes.
Among the out-of-town guest* were
Mr. J. C. Buckman. Mr. H. G. wir
fleld, brother of the groom, and Mr.
C. E. Hicks! x"^
24,000 FEET
Aeronauts Remained in the Air
lon48 Hours and 26
Minutes. _
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St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8.? The' bal
lpon New York in the balloon race
from here reached an altitude of .24 -
2U0 feet, meeting temperature 40 de
grees . below zero, according to a
statement made joday by Augustus
New Vprk. yjio. waa assist
ant to Pilot Harmon.- By remaining
In the air .48 hours and 26 minutes
the NW York broke ail r??cox^8-'or
height and time lit the air.
The winner of the Lainn cui> is
still In doubt.
The last word from the Centen
nial, H. E. Hon^ywill, pilot, was that
it was still in IBl1 iUr, ovm 400millea
from St. Louis and headed toward
Florida. The Centennial will have
to cover over 530, miles to beat the
larrded at Wahkon, Minn.
, The New York lauded at Edlna.
rto., 148 miles from here.
The Indiana, which sailed under
protest because H. H. McGlll has no
license, dropped near Albany, Minn.,
529 miles air line, after an exciting
&U& ' T "
The other -balloons In the r%ce
landed as follows: ? - . -
' Hooaier, (disqualified), near Rus
*elvllle, Mo., in air 15 hours, 24 min
utes; distance 123 miles.
University City, near Mooresvllle,
in air 21 trooni and 55 minutes; dis
tance 504 miles:
Pommern, near Nnobel, Ark., in
air 2$. hours and 30 minutes.
Cleveland. near Alexander City.
Ala., In'air 39 hours and 4 5 minutes;
distance 4 44 miles.
Visits the Carnival and Pickpock
et Relieves Him of
. A member of 'the crew oj the
"schooner Annie Wahab,' rujmjiig
tween Ocracoke and this city,, visited
the carnival Wednesday night and
when ho returned to the schooner dis
covered he was poorer to the amount
of til. The money wtas taken from
him while sitting in one of the tents
watching the performance.
The sailor thinks that some one slt
ting next to "Kim on the seat commit
ted the act._ ,The police "have no
so far as to the guilty party.
mff-n :
? Kobbed of Over $100
Wednesday Afternoon
ap^lg th?t limb. ~
y[H? l? I?tunf oa ui well ? could
?nd n>ofT rtarian
ton occurred Wednesday afternoon.
A tfilef or thieves entered the ofllce
of Mr. Arthur Mayo, a justice of the
peace, on Market street, broke open
one of the drawers of his safe, and
took between one hundred and one I
hundred and ten .dollars In cash.
The act was committed in the broad 1
open day time, and, too, at an houri
Lwhea, the carnival, just a few feet
r away, ~waseTn lrfUih If&twCi ~a'nu m.,:, "i
peoplo passing to and fro. Mr. Mayo
has no clew to who the guilty parties
iVqflnesdav afternoon he had .oc
casion, between" &TW 4 U f'lUl'fc, iw
go out on Fifth street on- business,
a'rid was gone from his office about
one houf. u On returning to the offlr-e
A new disease haV~^appeared In
Washington, -Wo have heard of pel
lagra, but th#ls far worse, alth?^i??h
It is more easily cured And prevented
-than that ? the sH<?nti?r
name Is alementary trachltls, and we
all have It. Proof, listen to rtfe voices
rot but poft illation . uuci'ikL amh-fotH
l^the^men, or silvery and sweet In
the women. Now only hoarse croaks
greet the ear from every side. But
there is a remedy and antidote?
sprinkle the streets!
Captain- John 8Impaon, who has
been fullering with gangrene and
who had hla right Jeg amputated not
Lion* since in th1? .pity, had to have
bit Oinor r?? \
ha TTTTTTf "TiTTTlt hrT L ItH* -?f ?
wcrk and later in the auernoon cor.-j
eluded lie would shut- his oflUe for
the day. On going to hts safe for the)
purpose of locking It ? it having been
unlocked all day ? he found that the
bolts to the door Were "open, this
caused Mr. Mayo to open the door and
he found tbe araflm' Uad been brolton
and carried off. The safe wjs sitting
within a few Inches of the large
double window that fronts on Market
; - - - * >h.
been committed within such a short,
distance of the street and the party
not discovered 1b a problem.
, The surmise Is that someone famll
the interior of his office took advan
tage of his absence and wan enriched
-thereby. It was bold and daring.
The-follo.vlng invitation Jjas_ been
^Mr. and Mrs. James Lacy Mayo ?
request the pieisHre of your company
*ct the marriage of their e!Btcr
*" Aila niimimii
to -
Mr. Spnyuel Cecil J^e^ram
on the evening of Wednesday the
twentieth of October nineteen
hundred and nine at nine
o'clock - ..
232 East Second street
Washington. North Carolina. v
Reception immediately < after" thr
ceremony, 232 Bast Second street.
Work has begun on the second
?fftrr t/v be ad,ftgd to the At*' engine
nmja Market itr? fr~wfwed by
the board of city aldermen at their
last tawttnr Whqn completed It will
?<m mnch to the ~oT?I?
with the design of that
(??for. tt&tad It Willi* um4 for Um
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Everything Points to the Most
Successful Fair in Slate's
History. 4
r" 'Tjirv baity Ntwj fatted lu iiolic.
that everything points to' a tremen
dously successful State Fair this year
We truly believe thaj this' great an
nual institution wiff bto more ihstruc
ttve and entertaining and nwi^
densely thronged during the week o:
Oetober 18 to 23 ah Raleigh than it
ever haa been in Its history, and that
is saying a good deal.
From what we see In the news
papers and from what we are hearing
from .various quarters, we base the
belief above stated. Cotton h> up and
most of the farmers of the State are
doing well. Official statistics show
that North Carolina during the first
half the year 190* made greater
Industrial strides than any " other
State in the I'nlon. . The management
of "ttip; State F>ir Iw tofm- www -
fully endeavoring for many years to
approach nearer and nearer to the
original purposes of the Fair, the^ex
hibltlon of the best products of the
State along .all lines, enlivened by
wholesome, legitimate amusements.
We understand that never before has
there been- such -a-rush for apaca on
the' part of exhibitors, for Instance
there was doubt at one time thatl
there would be stalls enough for the
live stock, but It is learned that Suffi
cient accommodations have been
vided; that several counties will Hare
elaborate separate exhibits, and timt
altogether the exhibits will bo on a
magnificent scale.
As for the entertaining side of the
Fair, Mr.- George" Harden, one of tne
State's foremost horsemen, vouches
for the racing being the bfest ever
seen In North Carolina, .he having
Just returned from a visit to the fairs
lh Virginia, on the circuit of which
I he Raleigh Fair is a member. He
also speaks In the highest possible
terms of the attractions that are to
be in Raleigh.
Among the latter arc Kemp Sisters'
Wild West Show, which will give
many free acts. Including the over
land stage roach; the Great Daven
ports, who dash over a slender wire
eighty feet above?i&und on a wheel
?of, fire, free, "frees antfTJennette as
Happy Hooligan and Laifcia Ann, in
the bojsj^ir trick and as aerialist's on
trapeze^ 'and ?oman ..rtftgs. all ffee;
the novel tmoon rane. two balloons
ascending tc?-dlzzy heights and eJftfi
dropping two parachutes at the same
time; the Merrlmac ancl Monitor
show, that made1- the great' hit at
Jamestown u Ferarl's trained wild an
tmalsr the trained fleas; the infant
iacubator exhibit with real liv? babies
under 'glass, and others too burner"
ous to mention.
Then the improvements at the
grounds; the midway has been ua
- -aH? have :!#?*? 5n?e last year;
Ml 1 11 i.. |. ui 1. 1
built, there being seating capac:;v
?nrm f.->r about twenty-five hundred
outside of tile grand' stand; and
4?var>'ibin? put, .in shipshape. -
There win be more special trains j
ihan ever before.-Vith the usual low
1 1' ' I TTiTT
Stiver cars In m?t?r^h" will charge!
only five cents t^ the grounds.
Augusta Doctor
Shoots Cashier
Augusta*. 6a., Oct. 8. ? H. w/smnr.
a city physician and a local politician.
au 1 i/.' \a: >
S. Gray, cashier of the Union Savisigs
Hank. Four shots were flr^tfT two
taking effect, one in the Ifft hftnd
and one in the fleshy part of ttw? left
'IBB ' t!. HUH 1 3 lunmi, i ii i auumej
and also attorney of the bank named,
seized Shaw, sending two of the shot6
wild and saying Gray from furthor
wounds. ? Gray today is at: a local
hospital and is doing well. There id
rro likelihood oT"#erlouR results from
the wounds themselves. Gray Is one
of the most promlnerrt-rTf-the-ynttRtrer
men of Angusta. Hets a brother of
State Railroad Comm!e?onor r.ray
.ShaSB-^rarreptitlously R?4*^rtalned
from the bank fnTdrmaflon "thai ?l cus=
connt. .Using this Information Shaw
garnisheed the account. Gray, over
the phQne, denounce/1 Shaw for the,
manner in which he ascertained the
information oh which he proceeded
In* the garnishment matter. Shaw
proceeded to the bank. He met Gray
on the sidewalk. Gray moved toward
ShaW, 8haw drawing his pistol and
firing on the banker. The affair bar
Law Requires Him to Have the
County CourtRoom Fumigated
W.eek'Before Court? He$hou!d
^Carry Out His Duties.
"The Dally News wishes, to -call at- "
tentlon to certain duties Incumbent
upon tfce County Superintendent o(
Health. As a means of precaution \ ?
and aafeguard to the public general
ly this paper gives below extracts
from the laws of North Carolina -de- .
fining the duties of County Superin
tendents. of Health that should be
Carefully TGinT TTF&-rTBie nas come
when the people can not be too care
ful bo far as health Is concerned.
Section - 4445, Revlsal of 1906,
says: ?
"The duty of the County Superin
tendent of Health -shall be to carry
out as far as possible such work as
may be directed by the County Sanl- ?
tary Committee and by the State
Aboard Of Health. He shall always
promptly advise the Secretary of the
State Board of Health of the unusual
pre valance, .of disease in his county,
especially - of typhoid fever, scarlejt
fever, diphtheria, yellow fever, small- ,
pox and cholera. He shall make the
medico-leg^ post mortem examina
tions for coroners inquests, attend
the Inmates/of the county home, 4pr
the aged and infirm, and^the prison
ers ln.s3ail or convict camp of llsy
county. Make examinations ofMuna
tlcs for committment. ~He shall be
the sanitary Inspector of the*-home
and Jail, Including conTlct camp of *
his county, making monthly reports -
to the Board of County Commission
ers and to the Secretary of the State
Board pt Health. A County Super-;
intendent has no right to delegate tho
performance of his official duties -to
The .public laws of. 1009, chapter
702, entitled an act to amend sec
tion 44 45 or the Revlsal of 1905, so
as to provide for the better sanita
tion of courtrooms reads:
"Section 1. That section 4 445 of
the Revlsal "of 1903 be apiended by
adding at the end tln^oLJhe follow
ing words: He shall cause the County
courtroom to be thoroughly funiigat- ?> "
ed and otherwise put in proper sanl
Hir> condition iluilim thr urrk pre*
reding each ami every regular and
special -lej'iii of ITie Superior court
and the expense then* incurred shall
be dcTVayed out of the general county
T* Z 'hf
force from and after it* ratification.
8t.i; !fh?! tf.i'. OUi day uf Manh. i000.'r
This Is a very important matter
and the law should, he complied with
strictly and to tire letter. Not only
tho' courtroom, but every placc used
for >gatji?srings 6hould be keptHn a / ? v
sanitary condition. The welfare and . .
-*>? ? iiv ii - niiiii
News Carriers
See the Shows
THo Daily VewsCarriera 'vera tha
guest of the. carnival management
T&st lilgftf. Rtfd lr Ik Tteedless'tu "state- ?*?
^and evdry. one had a royal good
Hoot Carnival Company. Each at
traction was visited and every cour
tesy extended. The carriers are In
debted to the management for -an
forded. ?
? The many friends R^v r>r Boa?
man. formerly pastor of the" First
Methodist Church, this city, will be
glad_to learn that his condition Is
"rapidly- Improving. This week he
was able ro be up and talking about
Us residence jn New Bern, He has
been -confined to W bM.lS? MV9R1
weenR. . ?
New Advertisements
in Today's News. |
ri>ol-G?|p-(irwn?"fMMl Co.t Nor
folk* Jewelry.
HoteT Lorraine, Norfolk.
9. I* O'Qtttnn, Raleljfh Ftortot, I
Fall and Winter Bulbs.
J. R. j

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