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JAMES L. MAYO PuorniEroK
CARL OOERCH Editor
WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, NOV. o, 1910.
Be at the court house tomorrow night and get the election returns
as they are given to the Daily News over the Postal Tele-graph Com
There's many a politician, who's making a big noise today, who'll
crawl into a hole and stay in it for a mouth or two after tomorrow.
At any rate, the defeattxl candidate for President will havf> the
consolation of knowing that he can make a fortune if he takes to the
vaudeville stage or the Chautauqua platform after tomorrow's bat
tle is over.
It's a good thing not to ho too positive in your election predictions.
It Un't vers- nice to ran up asrainst a crowd of these "I-told-you-so"
fellows on Wednesday morning.
LOCAL POLITICAL FACTS.
Tomorrow the* voters of Reaufort county will ca*t their votes for
every office from tlie President of the I'nited Scales to Town Cou
From a local standpoint, the vote in the county will n^t he mater
i a 1 ! v different from what it was four year* ae\ President Wilkin
will undoubtedly receive a hie majority anil ^ will Rii-kott and the
other candidate for state offices. Am mr the candidates f?>r county
offices, there has been some hot campaigning, hut the general belief is
that the Democrats will win out. This i-- tint ?nid for the pur we of
influencing any person in the caatine of his ballot. it i4 merely what
wo believe to bo a statement of fa-t. Th** m?^t interesting race in
local politics will he that l^otrvoen W. R. Winllov and Horace Cirler
for the office of sheriff. This promises to lv? rather id vse. Some hot*
have been made in Washington at even money oil the outcome . f the
race for the sheriffs' office.
While the county will again pro Democratic by a l ie majority, the
pmeral sentiment appears to be that the Republicans will show a sub
stantial increase in their vote over that < f four years ago.
THE ARTICLE OX MR. SMALL.
In Saturday's e^'t'on of the Daily Xews there appeared a lengthy
article, criticising Congressman .Tohn II. Small's record as Repre*
tentative from this district.
Several readers, in speak in? of thi* article. have remarked that
thev were surprised r1 at the paper all*o;v.?d it t. ? he published. They
appeared to think ilia? publication should have lnM?n refused.
No paper could v.-rv w#?!l have due that. A newspaper is sup
posed to bo the mean^ of expres^ine th* oninions of everyone '-n any
ma*ter they desire to discuss. A publisher i* r.ot neee=sarilv obliged
to publish every thine that 5* sent in f>?r publication. but when payment
is offered for the article, it run* a- an a Iverf i -?nnem and must there
fore be given f?pace. This is especially rue of political matter. We
could no more have refused to publish the article that appeared in
the paper Saturday than we could refuse to a^eept the advertisement
of on? Washington merchant and that of another. The publishing of
these articles under the label, "advertisement,'' should not be taken,
however, as an indication that the paper approves of the sentiments
that are expressed. Many times the management of n paper may
hold just the opposite views but he cannot give this fn^t a* a reason
for refusing publication to those articles which do not meet with hi?
A LITTLE CONSIDERATION*.
Th* roads in the county are being improve! to a considerable ex
tent and it naturally follows that vehicles arc enabled to prr>ceed with
r greater amount of ;>peed. This is no reason. however. why automo
bi lists should make a rai*e track out of the roads and drive? alone at
breakneck speed through the country. ,\\? one care* much whether
they break their own necks, bur there are other people to be consid
It is rather annoying. to mv the least. f..r a person to }>e walking
along a dusty road, hear the "honk-honk" . .f an auto and then be en
veloped in a cloud of dujfc as the car goes tearing by. It is equally
annoying to be driving slowly along in a horse and l>n,riry and then
have to cough and chokc for five or ten minute?* <?n road dust aft?r
an auto has gone by at a high rate of speed.
It wouldn't he so awfully hard for the driver of nn automobile t>.i
slow down his car a little when he is approaching a ji" le-trian or an
other vehicle. And if ho would really lik?- t.. find out the truth al?ont
this, let him get an old horse and buggy .itid go out for a drive m
some dusty day. The fellow who can't afFord an automobile iuid has'
to drive a horse and buggy or walk, ha* just as much right, to th<
road as the owner of a high-powered ear. The latter should u?e a
little consideration ami nhould have some reirarl f-*r the feeling of
the other class. In other words, it's anotht r ease where the Golden ?
Role works in nicely.
A RIGGER FAIR TITAN EVER. 1
Word comes from Aurora that, the people r?f that serf ion are going^
to "show something'* in the way *?f a fair this yar. The bit? event'
will take place next week and. jmlgint? from reports, it is going to
eclipse anything that lias ever been held in Reaiifort county.
Many exhibits have already b"?n received in nil departments. The
livostrx-k anrl crop exhibits, it is reported, will l?e c* peri ally large.
The ladies are also preparing nn exhibit of needlework, preserves,
etc.. that will lie of a far better quality and far larger quantity than
those of past years.
Every visitor at the fnir will }#? assured of a cordial welcome. The
citizens of every part of Reaufort countv should make up their
minds to be present at least, during one day. They will not regret
it and their presence will he an encouragement for the people of
Aurora to <Jo even greater things next year.
Remember the dates, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Novem
ber 14, 16 and lfl. Make jour arrangements now so that yon will
(By United Preas)
Pajy. Not. 4. ? Colonel Roo*
irio Garcia. Vllllsta leader and two
of hla follower! wore executed at
day bwak at Juares. Before facing
the firing squad he declared that he
was not a Vllllsta. but a Constitution
alist. He asked that his family be
cared for. One of the bandits, shot
with him, was only 17 rears of ag*. .
For the Children's Soke let's build
A. C. Hathaway.
PINETOWN ROUTE a.
(By George R. Boyd)
| There was qulto a large crowd at
j White Plains Saturday and Sunday
! to attend the union services.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowen of
Roper attended the union and were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boyd
Mr. Joyner, of Greenville . spent
Friday night at the home of Rufus
Mrs. J. W. Oden and children and
Miss Annie Myrtle Latham of Wash
ington motored to White Plains Sun
day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. V. Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Boyd and
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Boyd spent a
! while Sunday evening at the home of
| George R. Boyd.
Rev. Mr. Ambrose spent Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. David Boyd.
Miss Mnttie Boyd, of Surry, spent
a few days last week with her par
? r.'s and returned home Sunday.
There was a new arrival at our
postoflice a few days ago. It is D. T.
I wish to state to the public about j
?he- serious accident that happened
it my home. ??Fairview," early Sat
urn iv morning, to my 3-year-old Hon
!.::cy. While engaged in digging po
'ntoes with Fred Boyd, who was
working for me at the time. I was in
:i hurry to get my potatoes in so as
to help Bob Boyd bale hay for me,
'.b he was most ready to start. I
took my boy In the cart with me and
lrore out in the field to load, and
took him out of the cart and motion
ed to Fred to come and help me to
load so we could get through quick.
About the time we were almost half
loaded aud my little boy was play
ing with a dog that was along with
uh and In some way unknown to
eltht-r one of us the dog snr.pped at
him and jumped under the cart and
caused the horse to become frighten
ed and he Jumped so quirk that one
of the wheels knocked the boy down
and passed over his body. It happen
ed so quickly we couldn't tell much
'.bout It. We took him up and ex
amined him and fouud that he was
n't hurt fntislly and no bones broken
but was painfully bruised about the
body. He suffered untold agony for
a while. He is getting on nicely at
this time Although ho cannot walk
I r*ny yet, but we have good hopeB of
his walking in a few days If nothing
unforeseen happens. It was a nar
row esrapc of death.
IF BACKACHY OR
Eat less meat and take a grass of
Baits to flash out Kidneys
Drink plenty water.
Ur!e Arid in meat excites the Irid pya,
they become overworked; get sluggish,
ache, and feel like tumps of lead. The
urine becomes cloudy ; tne bladder is irri
tated, and you may be obliged to seek re
lief two or three times during the night.
\\ hen the kidneys clog you must help
them flush off the body's urinous waste
or you'll bo a real aick person shortly.
At first you feel a dull misery In the kid
ney region, you suffer from backache,
nick hcadache, dizziness, stomach gets
sour, tongue coated and you feel rheu
matic twinges when the weather is bad.
Eat less moat, drink lota of water;
al?o get from any phaimacist four ounces
of Jad K? Its ; take a tablespoonful
in a glaas of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is made
from (he acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with litnia, and hns been used
for generations to clean clogged kidtMtfS
snd stimulate them to normal activity,
slao to neutralize the acids in urine, so
it no longer is a source of Irritation*
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
iiire, makes a delightful effervescent
lithia- water drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep the kidneys
clean and active. Druggists here say
thev sell lota of Jad Baits to folks who
believe in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble.
The undersigned as administrator
o<tKe estate of B. T. Oodley, deceas
ed. will soil on the 9th day of No
vember. 1918, at the home place of
the said B. T. Oodley all of the per
sonal property of the deceased.
This Nov. 1, 1916.
W. I.. tlODLKY,
Admr. of B. T. Oodley.
A SENSIBLE CIGARETTE IS EASY TO "DIGEST"
No word can describe that mean feeling which often
follows smoking a poorly-blended but otherwise good
cigarette. Such a cigarette might be called "indigestible."
<fl On the other hand, Fatimas always give comfort. They
"digest" easily, smoothly as only a delicately balanced
Turkish blend cigarette can. Cj And best of all, Fatimas
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smoking day. <| That's why men call Fatimas "sensible .
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SUSKIN A. BERRY
The Town Gossip
(Sent In by a Citizen of Aurora)
I SAW In the.
THAT YOU would like.
TO HAVE some of your readers.
TRY THEIR hand At writing.
THE TOWN Goasip.
AND I'M doing It.
AND I'VE Just come In.
OUT OF the fields.
AND HAVE been.
AND MY wife.
AND THREE children.
OVER MY shoulder.
AND ARE offering (suggestions.
AND THEY want me.
TO WRITE aomethtng.
A'BOUT THE Aurora fair.
OR ABOUT the hear.
THAT MR. Thompson killed.
THE OTHER day.
OR ABOUT the fire.
IN THE ginning mill.
AND I'VE been telling them.
TO LEAVE me alone.
AND THEY won't do It.
AND I'M getting mad.
AND I hope.
THAT WHEN you write.
YOUR TOWN Ooaalp.
YOU DON'T hare a wife.
AND THREE children.
HANOINO OVER your Shoulder.
AND ROTHBfUNG yon.
AND IF you hare.
I FEEf4#aorry for yon.
AND I hope. >
THAT BOTH you.
ANT) YOUR family.
WILL COME down.
TO THE Aurora fair.
AND IF you do.
WE'LL SHOW you.
<?A BIG time.
AND GIVE you.
ENOUGH TO write about.
SO YOU won't have to worry.
FOR A month. ,
ABOUT WHAT to put
IN THE Gonslp column.
AND WE all enjoy It.
DOWN HERE and hop?.
YOU WILL keep It up.
FOR A Io/ik time.
AND ONE of the kids.
HAS JI'ST fallen oil.
THE TABLE and li bawling.
TO BEAT the band.
AND I gueaa.
I'D BETTER quit.
AND GO TO bed.
AND I'VE written a whole lot.
AND HAVDN'T really said.
THAT'S THE way.
WITH MO&T Koaalp.
I Don't merely "spare** a little time
ror looking orer the ada. Allot am
ple time for it ? for thla should be
p?rt of your work aa the "baslnefl*
manager" of your home.
tcMctrbc to ma daily urn
8. C. CRATCH
AURORA. N. C.
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We practice in the courts of the
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WASHINGTON. N. C. \
Southern Medical Association
at Atlanta, Oa.
Ibxnul Trip Pare from Washington
Ticket* will be sold to AtlaaU a>
above by the
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Standard Railroad of the South.
NOVEMBER 12. 13 and 14
Limited returning until midnight of
November 19. 1916. Proportionate
fares from all stations on the A.C.L.
Por further Information, sched
? ules, sleeping car accommodations,
'etc., call on 8. R. CLARY, Ticket
Agent, Washington. N. C.
By virtue of the power*of sale con
tained in a certain mortgage deod,
dated April 4, 1914, and exocuted by
A. L. Edwards and wife Annie B.. to
the undersigned. I will offer for Bale
for cash at the court house door in
Beaufort oounty, on Wednesday the
first day of November, 1916, at 12 M.
the following described tract of land,
to-wit: Beginning at a marked pine
In J. W. Arthur's N. line at Leroy
Dixon's 8. W. cornor and running
North 22 poles, then West to the old
Ssnd Hill Road; then southwardly
with said road to J. W. Arthur's N.
W. corner; then East to the begin*
nlng. Containing Ave acres, more or
less. Dofault having been mado In
payment of the debt secured by the
said mortgage, a sale Is to be msde
to satisfy same.
This the 2nd day of October, 1916.
M. L. Lane. Mortgagee.
C. C. Archbell, Owner of debt.
By W. A. Thompson. Attorney.
The undersigned having Qualified
ss administrator of Eunice A. Clark,
deceased, late of Beaufort County,
N. C., this It to notify at) persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or befors ttye 14th
day of October, 1?17, or this notice
will be pleaded la bar of their re
covery. All persons Indebted to
said estate will please make Imme
This 14th day of October, 1916.
CHA8. E. CLARK.
. ' Administrator.