TAT TO SI A T
VOLUME XII. NO 6
MONROE, N.O, TUESDAY MARCH 14 1003
One Dollar a Year
Practical How 1
Mow To Build The Hen House
-I'm i iu In rnrrMin hm.
Produce Chronic Catarrh.
M. T. P.. Harnett conntv, X. C,
wril-a: " I ) Vtll you Ml ua the
Im4 way to Mart tlie poultry bnai
UfiW on a hiiihII aralet (2) How to
arrange yard aud houwf (.'!) We
will have M)iue 75 or 100 scrub
hrna thia apriug and aiiuiiuer. (4)
What we want this year iepKS.
(5) We waut yon to Kt.it btt llior
- ...'.... i. -iiA later oa."
1. There are two waya of start -inp
iu the poultry buaiueaa ou a
siu:ill wale one is to
Answer. start with a anting or
ten of pure -bred eRga
the first year and btiildiug your
tiM'K from that; aud the other lato
atart in the early apring with a trio
(two female ami one male), or a
pen (Tour female aud one male).
Hi nee you write altout house aud
ruu, I 8ii p nse you coutemplate
starting with fowls.
2. If you Mart with a trio or pen,
one roll of two-inch wire netting,
five fo t high, would make a yard
large enough for the fint year.
Put xnta twelve feet apart aud
around base of posts nail a ten-inch
wide board. Tack wire to base
board aud jkisIs, but do not put
any atrip at top of wire as it U an
inducement for the foa ls to Hyover.
A roll of poultry netting contains
ISO feet; thm will give you a yard
II7J feet Kiiiare, siilliciently large
for three or hve foa ls the hrst year,
Am you will not aiit to build a
new house every vear, would ad
viae on the Mart building a house
10x12; this will accommodate nice
ly twenty live grown chickens.
Jtuild this in the centre of the yard
ao that the birds cannot mount the
roof ami lly over. Make your house
seven feet high iu front and five
aud one-half feet ill rear, twelve
feet front and ten feet deep, facing
the south. Make framing of 2x4,
corner poHlsJxt, and weat hcrlmard
with ten-inch wide plank, ship
ping cracks. Cover roof with
shingles or any of the new roofing
material, felt or paper. Place
door on upMT left-hand corner
three feet wide and in the front
centre aix-light aiiah, either on
hingea or so it will alide back and
forth. Nail cleats on the inside of
house, aidea and back, three feet
from the ground, and ou this place
Iswinls to Is- used aa dropping
Ixmnk leaving six feet in front not
covered. Alaive this board place
your pcrchea; 2x1 scantling make
This arrangement divides your
house, giving an up and dowu
staiia. Iu the lower lloor arrange
uesta on side wall and cover the
tloor ith chiill' or any other litter
you may have for scratching mate
rial. Chickens to be healthy must
work for what they get, and the
HcraU'liiiig pen is the thing to make
them do it. The window will give
all the light needed. Whitewash
house inside and out at least three
times a year and clean dropping
boards twice a week iu winter and
three times in summer. A house
aa above deseriUsJ costs $10 com
plete. 3. Your 7.1 or 100 mongrels can
be improved in their egg-laying
M ra, Baartati r. Olklbatt Vtm,
Barby Write ot Rev.
Bev. W. M . Bagby write the fol
lowing letter to the. Charlotte Ob
server of the 10th:
"Nuspeixl harsh judgmeut on
Key. K. W. Bradley. I hare known
hiui for thirty years and have al
ways found bitu to
Jersey Cow at Home.
a. W. Uuw Ul Cm.trj Uellraaa.
I THE MADNESS OF HEROISM.
Great Religious Awakening.
The world has been compelled to Who Can Stand Before People
take notice of a wave of religion. Animated by 5uch a Spirit as
revival which recalls the "tireatj This?
Awakening'' that shook this couu-' Mui. w.w.h.i.
try in 1 Vus. It ruse two veara airo! MiduiL'ht rloxed the tenth dav of
The Island of Jersey, in the Eug- 10 AMnalia, ami, rolling over that the titanic struggle for the J
be oneol the lath Channel, between France aud "", spread to Wales last sion of .Muk.lea and the mastery f
beat men 1 have ever known. He! England, is the home of the Jeraey J-1'- Thw JuunK H""'. ; ww, the tenth day of un
haa been preaching the gospel at a cow, but the origin of thrae cattle
financial sacrifice for many years, is unknown. Hefore tbe Iwgiuuiug
He ha rood property aud has 'of the nineteenth century the char
Mra. Henrietta C.OlhfrR, auperlnu-a-dnt
Flax and Hemp Exalblttoa at the
Omaha Exhibition, writ, from Albert
Lea, Mlna., aa follow:
"Thli ipclng I contracted mm aggra
vating cold, baring beta tipoaed r. tba
damp weather. Catarrh ot my throat
mad mead followed, wbkb penltted Im
remaining, aotwltbuandlag I applied
tbe ataal remedies.
" Reading of Ui. merit of Parana la
tba paper, I decided to try It and aooa
found that all that haa barn aald of your
medicine In nch e am la true.
1 am Tery pleased with the eatUfao
tury mult obtained from utng Parana,
am entirely well, and consider it a moat
valuable family medicine.1 i
UKXHIETTK C. OLBERO.
Sammereolda requite prompt treat'
meat They mra alwayt grave, mad
aometlmet daagerotn. Tba prompt
me and aarety with wbkb Peruna
met In theta eaaea mat taved aaaay
urea. A large dune ot Perana ahoold
be taken at the II rat appearance of a igbi
In aummer, followed by oiall and oft
repeated doara. There la no other rem-
atly that medical aclenc can furnlah, so
reliable and quick In it action a Peruna.
Addrea The reruns Medicine Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book
entitled H Summer Catarrh," Which
treat, of the catarrhal diaeaaes peculiar
"WQ W LIFE'
That's what a prominent
druggist said of Scott's
Emulsion a short time
ago. As a rule we don't
use or refer to testimonials
in addressing the public,
but the above rema1 iad
similar expressions cue
made so often in connec
tion with Scott's Emulsion
that they are worthy of
occasional note. From
infancy to old age Scott's
Emulsion offers a reliable
means of remedying im
proper and weak develop
ment, restoring lost flesh
and vitality, and repairing
waste. The action of
Scott's Emulsion is no
more of a secret than the
composition of the Emul
sion itself. What it does
it does through nourish
mentthe kind of nourish
ment that cannot be ob
tained in ordinary food.
No system is too weak or
delicate to retain Scott's
Emulsion and gather good
W win atnd voa a
hnidi Uhtlli nth,wt.r
W vtrr bona Bwawn tm
scon & BOWRE
qualities by feeding them lilierally
in the morning with a warm mash
composed of bran, shorts aud corn
meal with cut clover or peaviue
huy well scalded, wheat aud boiled
oats at noon and corn at night, and
twice or three times a week atnuit
an ounce to a hen of green ground
bone, or some prepared meat scrap;
with Biich a ration they will lay
more than enough extra eggs to
pay for the trouble.
4, H, As a beet breed of pure
bred poultry to keep, I kuow of no
heat breed. They are all good. It
all depends on how you look at it
If you want a general purpose fowl,
something for large meat and fair
amount of eggs, winter and aum
mer, then any of the larger breeds
will fill the bill Plymouth Iiocka,
Barred, White, Buff, Wyandottes,
White, Golden, Silver Columbian,
or Black. These will lay well, av
eraging from 150 to 21KI egga per
year; weight, from eight to teu
pounds wheu growu; make excel
lent broilers and are good setters
But if you are more for eggs than
an all-pure fowl, then any of the
smaller breeds will do, such aa Leg
horns, White, Brown, Buff and
Black Miuorcaa, White and Black
Houduns, and Hamburg; these lay
a few more eggs tliau the larger
breeds, but eggs are not so large.
Nine White Wyandotte egga will
weigh ua much as one dozen Leg
horn; but aa egga are not sold by
the pound, it diawu't make much
difference; occasionally one will
get broody, but only for a day or
two, and it would be useless to try
and set one. With proper feed and
care, they will lay nine months out
of the twelve.
The main effect is to start right,
get the best fowls or eggs money
can buy, and from a breeder who
has a reputation for a good line of
bred stock. You would not buy a
scrub Jersey cow for a milker, or a
scrub blooded horse for a racer and
ezMct to win. The same rule ap '
plica to pure bred birds.
Sol , a. r. D. No. T, Charlotte, N. O.
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children
Iu buyiug a cough medicine lor chil
dren never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it aud relief ii alwayt
ure to follow. It it especially valu
able (or cold., croup and whooping
cough. For aale by C. K. Siuipaoo,
Jr., and S. J. Wel.h.
Race Problem has got itself in
print again, "bat's one problem,"
says Brother Dickey, 'Mat walks
an' talks in its sleep!" Atlanta
('oust it ution.
Pleasant and Harmless.
Don't drug the stomach to cure s
cough. One M inula Cough Cuis cuts
the mncua, drawi the inflammation out
of the throat, lungt and bronchial
tubes, heals, aoothei and cures. A
quick cur for croup and whooping
cough. Sold by Engliah Drug Co. and
S. J. Welab.
He I)o you always take mush
rooms with your steakt
Bbe It depends on whether I'm
baying my own lunch or somebody
else is paying for it Detroit Free
It would have been incredible bru
tality ilCba.F.Lemberger of Syra
case,N.Y.,had not done the beat he
could for bis suffering son. "My
boy,' he says, "cut a fearful gash
over his eye, so I applied Buck ten's
Arnica Salve, which quickly healed
it and saved bis eye." Good for
barns and ulcers too. Only 25c at
English Drug Co. 'a.
drawn from his own private
sources every year that be has been
in the ministry, except last year.
He is very successful in the minis
try. One hundred and tweuty -three
on profession of faith were received
on the Monroe circuit last year by
him. The following brethren were
called Into consultation with Kev
J. Ed Thompson, the presiding el
der of Charlotte district: Iter
Messia. W.K. Ware, M. A. Smith
L. K. Stacy, M. T. Steele aud W
M. Baghy, and here is what they
say of him: 'While Bro. Bradley
has violated tbe letter of the law,
with tbe lights before us we do not
believe that he has violated the
spirit of the law. W'e believe him
to be a good and consecrated man
thoroughly devoted to the work of
"Misa Minnie Lowery, now Mrs.
r. . Bradley, proves as good
character aa anybody. Bro. J. R.
Duuu aud scores of others of tbe
beat men in Anson county say that
uo one stands better morally. She
was organist aud Sunday school
teacher in her home church.
"Mr. II. II. Smith, Mrs. Brad
ley's former btisltaud, is now serV
ing a second term of fifteen years
lu the penitentiary for burumg
house. Tbe register of deeds of
Ansou county says that he knows
11. II. Smith to be a very bad man,
and exceedingly lewd and base
Mr. McLendou, the attorney of
Mrs. Smith, now Mrs. Bradley,
who managed the suit when she
sued for a divorce, lest i tied that
Smith admitted to hint that he fre
quented houses of ill fame and that
he was guilty of adultery. He ac
knowledge! tbe same to his wife.
lu the bill of complaint the adul
tery clause was included, but was
dropped because of the miserable
distinction between man and wom
an, one act condemned the womun,
but many acts need not condemn
me man, w hich him met ion w as
blotted out by our last legislature,
thank God. I am ashamed that
any such law was ever euacted in
How came such a man to marry
so sweet aud pure a woman! Smith
at that time was playing the role of
an editor and claimed to be pre
paring ror the ministry aud in this
way deceived the wouiau.
"Bro. Bradley has not been tried.
The committee only decided that a
trial was necessary. Upon what
ground that committee reached the
conclusion that trial was neces
sary I could not understand nor
am I now abla to understand. Bro.
Bradley is well and happily mar
ried and that marriage is legal and
scriptural. He will be acquitted at
the next session of the Western
North Carolina conference.
"V. M. Bag by.
'HlKh p.ilnt, W.C."
Statistics show startling mortality
from appendicitis aud iteritonitis.
To prevent and cure theae awful
diseases there is just one reliable
remedy, Dr. King's New Life Pills.
M.Flauuery of 14 Custom I louse PI.
Chicago says; "They have no equal
for consultation and biliousness."
23c at Kuglish Drug Co. 'a.
I wish Willie Suphead would
hurry up his proposal."
"But you areu t going to accept
I know it I waut him to pro
pose so I can get rid of him."
If taken this month, keeps you
well all summer. It makes the lit
tle ones eat, sleep and grow. A
spring tonic for the whole family.
llollistera Kocky Mountain Tea.
35c, tea or tablets, Eng. Drug Co.
Miss Oettington Mr. Batch-
lelgh, tell me why did yon never
Mr. Batehleigh W ell, madam,
I kept a parrot for six weeks once
just to see how it would lie. I de
cided I could never stand it Cleve
land Leader. .
A Dinner Invitation. '
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyipepiia Curs will preveut ad attack
of iodigettion. Kodol ii a thorough
digettaut sod s guaranteed Curs for
indigeition, dyapepaia, gai en the
atomacb, sour riaiugt, bad breath and
all itomacb troubles. N. Watkioi,
Letbui, Ky., aaya: "I can testify to
the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of
stomach trouble, I was afflicted with
lomach trouble for 1 5 years and have
taken lis bottle of your Kodol Dyt
pepiia Curs, which baa entirely cured
me. Tba sis bottle were worth f 1000
to ma " Sold by EoglUb Drug Co. sail
"If you refuse to marry me,"
said the wealthy old man, "I shall
pine away and die.''
"Of course," responded the girl,
bitterly. "And if I would marry
yoo you would bang to life like a
bulldog. But that's the way it
goes. Detroit Tribune.
For an Impaired Appetite.
Lou of sppetits always result! from
faulty digaatioa. All that is seeded it
s few dote of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They will invigor
ate the stomach, strengthen the diges
tioa am! give yon sa appetite like s
wolf. These tablets alto set as a gen
tle U rati vs. For sale by C. N. Simp
son, jr., and S. J. Wslth.
acteriatictof Jersey cattle were pro
nounced, and were generally recog
uized, especially iu their adapta
bility for butter-making. Tbe peo
ple of Jersey evidently decided,
many years ago, that they were in
poHweshion of a valuable breed of
cattle, for in 179 their legislature
passed an act prohibiting the im
portation of foreign bred cattle,
imMating a heavy fine in money for
any breach of thla law, as well as
forfeiture of the vessel employed,
and providing lor a fine on every
member of the ship's crew who
should fail to notify the authorities
of any attempt to evade tbe la
Suliaequeut laws have been equally
stringent aud no cattle are import
ed iuto the Island of Jersey, ex
cept those intended for immediate
slaughter. In lx.'II, efforts to im
prove the breed were begun in Jer
sey, ty the Jersey Agricultural
Society. A scale of points was
drawn up to guide in tbe selection
of animals for breeding purposes.
The great principal aim of the
Island of Jersey breeders bad al
ways been a good yield of butter.
aud from tbe time mentioned above
there has been, combined with this,
considerable attention paid to con
formation and general beauty. Jer
sey cattle have always ptiasessed
the deer-like head and limbs, the
line crumpled horns, the yellow
skin, large, soft eyes, lean throat
and neck, light proportions and
tine tail; bnt almve all else, they
have attracted notice for their large
and well-formed udders and prom
incut milk veins. Iu color they are
of various shades of soft fawu, Iroui
red to silvery, with more or less
The Jersey furnier tries to have
his cows calve during tbe hrst
three mouths of the year. They
are housed at uight during the win
ter, being brought iu about four
o'clock iu tho afternoon, when they
are milked, each receiving about
three-quarters of a bushel of roots
and some hay. At eight o'clock a
bundle of straw is given to each.
u the uioruiug they are milked
and fed almut six o'clock, again re
ceiving the same allowance of roots
and hay, aud at uine are turned
out to pasture. Farmers endeavor
to dry their cows about a month or
six weeks before calving. Bran
mushes are given them about the
time of calving and for a fortnight
thereafter, the only time this foad
Tbe bull calves Intended for veal
are fed the milk of their dams for
about six weeks. Heifer calves are
I ways reared. About two weeks
after calving, the cows are turned
out on grass during the daytime, if
the weather be fine, the general
custom lieing to tether them.
About every three hours they are
moved and tethered iu a fresh spot, j
They are watered in the morning
and also at noon, and iu warm
weather again at evening. From
May to Octolier they are allow ed to
remain out at night During the
summer, cows are often milked
three times a day, aud during
warm weather are brought into the
stable for a few hours during tbe
heat of the day. Iu the fall, butter
is made and crocked for winter
use. A cow is iu her prime at six
years of age, and Is considered to
remain ao until ten years old.
By the Tonic Route.
The pills that act as a tonic and not
as a drastic purge are De Witt's Little
trly Kisers. They cure headache,
constipatiou, biliousness, etc. Early
liters are small, easy to take and easy
to act a safe pill. Mack Hamilton,
hole! clerk at Valley City, N. D.,says:
Two bottles cured me ol chronic con
stipation." Sold by English Drug to.
nd S. J Welh.
Evan Kobrrts, wasdisrliwed as one erasing conflict under exploding
of the gteat evangelists of history, .shrapnel, the roar of cannon and
He took the whole principality by the whittling of bullets; the tenth
stunt. The theaters were emptied 1 without sleep aud without food.
and their audiences flocked to the , The conduit is fast reaching; a isiint
churches. Profauity disappeared
from the streets and eveu from the
coal pita, where the mules, missing
the stimulus of the language to
which they had been accustomed,
sometimes refused to work. Prayer
meetings were held in the depths
of tbe miues. Hundreds of homes
wrecked by liquor were reetored.
uiu aeias, long outlawed, were
paid. Gamblers, atheists, drunk
arda and prize fighters knelt iu the
The influence of the Welsh awak
euiog was soou felt in England,
where the American evangelists,
Torrey aud Alexander, leased the
Royal Albert Hall, seatiug ti.lMH'
pie, fur live mouths.
where it is a question not so much
of turning columns, of tactics and
of strategy, as of whose strength,
energy aud cartridges will last the
(ray-coated Russians, patient
nnroiuplaiuiiig, strong of soul,
clung doggedly to positions against
an enemy whose attacks go to the
very point of insanity and desper
ation. For forty-eight hours the
Japanese have not eateu. They
are starving and exhausted, hut
Field Marshal Oyaiua himself has
told lliem that tberity will fall and
the slaughter stop on Friday, and
their couhdence in their leader in
creases (heir strength tenfold. Ou
Wednesday, when the Russians
Then the movement spread to'bxik Ushuutun, a few dozen Japa-
in trying to econo
mize iu buying your
Meats. What is to
tuy customers' inter
est is to my interest
I Buy Only
The Very Best
and healthiest cows,
sheep and hogs for
the Market Such
stuff as is not fit for
my market is often
sold otherwise. Un
wholesome food will
cause sick new and
sickness costs money
so bay your Meats
from Parker's mar
ket, where every
thing it guaranteed.
the l uited States. For weeks
Schenectady thought and talked
nothing but religion. Nearly fiftv
churches were crowded at once, and
hundreds were turned awey from
union meetings to which people
came from Troy, Albany and Sara
toga. Eight bund ml children, rep
resenting forty schools and fourteen
denominations, marched singing
through the streets. In Denver the
ministers headed processions which
paraded through the Tenderloiu
and marched iuto saloons inviting
sinners to tbe meetings. Tbe city
offices were closed, and eveu the
legislature was affected to the ex
tent of adjourning. Ten thousand
people crowded the noon meetings
in the theatres, some coming a
thousand miles. At lm Angeles
aud l'oiuona Catholics and Episco
palians worked on parallel lines
with the evangelistic revivalists,
although not in the same meetings.
The movement is now extending to
New York, the hardest place in
America to stir with areligiotisap
peal, and a representative of the
ministers there has been sent to
Wales to study the methods that
have produced such astonishing re
sults in that country and report
upon the prosiiects of successfully
transplanting them to the Ameri
Senseless in "Snow Line."
N York World.
In the line of men gathered yes
terday iu front of No. till W. Fourth
street looking for work removing
snow, Police Scrgt Collins noticed
one standing with his eyes closed.
The Sergeant tapped bun 011 the
shoulder, lie did not move. Struck
more sharply 011 the shoulder lie
fell to tbe sidewalk.
They took hiiu to St Vincent's
Hospital, where Dr. O'leary re
vived him. They said it was one
of the ordinary cases of the "snow
line lack of nourishment and
exposure. After warm proth had
been forced between his blue lips
he managed to whiner t!"t he was
Adolpli Braunstein, a tailor out ol
work, of No. 97 Willett street He
nese clung to the thick-walled tern
pie aud refused all overtures to sur
render. Cannon were brought up
and breached the walla, but the
dare devil courage of the defenders
continued under fire; aud finally,
w hen the defense was hopeless,
they blew themselves skyward with
the ruins of the temple. One sur
vivor, rather than surrender, threw
himself iuto a stone-rimmed well
and erishcd. And yet the rank
md file and inferior leaders, stern
in their sense of duty, are as uu
sparing of themselves as of the men
whom they lead to death. Steru
Oyama drives and drives his troops
iirrth ward to encircle the city
With every fresh Hanking move
mem me iron iiaml closes nearer
the railroad, and under this uieuace
the first aud third armies were
forced htst night to aliandou the
mighty fortifications on the Sbakhe
river, give up the impregnable
I'ontiloll Hill and retire to the line
of the Hun river.
Today the Japanese are pushing
their columns north aud northeast,
bombarding villages which are
keys of the defense and burling
men, some of them veterans of the
years campaign, aud otheis made
up of reserves fresh from Japan
against Russian positious. Ofteu
they ai-e repulsed and sometimes
hey master the advanced lines.
but at enormous cost
Have your calce, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised
hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer
cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
SOVM. BMINS KWOt OCs IW VOOK.
A dispatch from Danville, Ark.,
says four persons were found mur
dered V2 miles from that tow u .Mon
day, the victims being the wife and
three children of James luce, a
farmer in that locality. I nee is sus
pected of the crime aud is iu jail.
Au axe had been used by tbe mur
derer and the heads of the victims
had been split oiieu and crushed,
showing that in each instance a
heavy blow was struck. The four
persons were slain as they slept
It will bring rich, red blood, linn
flesh and muscle. That's what Hol
lister's Kocky Mountain Tea will
do. Taken this month keeps you
well all summer.. .Vi cents, tea or
tablets. English Drug Company.
The siiecial term of the Federal
Court for the trial of Penland and
Dickerson, charged with wrecking
the First National Bank of Ashe
ville, which was to have been held
in Charlotte on the 15th, has been
postponed to May 15th.
A Destructive Fire.
To draw the fire out of a burn or heal
a cut without leaving a scar, use De-
Witt's Witch Haiel Salve. A specific
for piles. Get the genuine. J. A.
Tucker, editor of the Harmouiier,
Centre, Ala. .writes: "I have used De-
Witt's Witch Haiel Salve iu my fam
ily for piles, cuts and burns. It is the
best salve on the market. Every fam
ily should keep it ou hand." Sold by
English Drug Co. and S. J. Welsh.
During a minstrel performance
in Raleigh Monday night Nat Gill,
colored, fell from a window in the
gallery, a distance of 100 feet to
tbe ground, aud was killed in
The Colonel'! Wuterloo.
Col. Jno.M. Fuller of Honey Grove,
Tex., nearly met his Waterloo from
liver and kidney trouble. In a re
cent letter he says; "I was nearly
dead of these complaints, and al
though I tried my family doctor he
did me no good; so I got a 60c bot
tle of your great Electric Bitters,
which cured me, I consider it the
best medicine on earth and thank
God who gave you the knowledge
to make them." Sold and guaran
teed to cure dyspepsia, biliousness
and kidney disease by EnglishDrug
Co. at 50c a botUe.
Notliiug will cure indigestion that
Joesu't digest the food and give the
dtomacb a rest. It isn't necessary to
starve yourself in order to rest your
stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
It will digest auy quantity of all the
wholesome loud you want to eat while
your stomach takes a rest recuper
ates and grows strung. This wonder
ful preparation is justly entitled to sll
of its many remarkable cures. Sold
by English Drug Co, aud S, J. Welsh.
Mr. Thus. Settle is an applicant
for the position of district attorney
in this district to succeed Mr. Hoi
ton. Mr. Settle is an able man but
it is very doubtful if he gets the
A Chicago Alderman
Owes his election to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy: "I can heartily and
conscientiously recommend Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy for affections ol
the throat and luugs,"stys Hou. John
Shenick, tin So. Peoria St., Chicago.
"Two years ago during a political
campaign, 1 caught cold after being
overheated, which irritated my throat
anil 1 was filially compelled to stop, at
I could not speak aloud. In my ei
tremity a friend advised me to use
Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy. I took
two doses that alternooa aud could
not believe my senses when I lound
llin next morning the inflammation had
largely subdued. 1 took several doses
that day, kept right on talking through
the campaign, aud I thank this medi
cine that 1 won my seat in the coun
cil" This remedy is for sale by C. N.
Simpson, jr., aud S. J. Welsh.
W bile Slaildilie iu front of the The law imiMttinir a till nn Wh.
fire at her home iu Silver Hill elors bad eoue iuto effect
township, Davidson county. Mrs. tine uiornimr a litlle haldheiuled
Jo Ellis became ill, fainted, fell in man appeared before the tax coin
the fire and was so terribly burned , inissioiiera.
"I've just married luy fourth
wife," be said. "I'm enti'led to
a bounty, aiu't If Chicago Tri-buue.
that she is not expected to recover.
Mr. Ellis was asleep in the room at
the time of the accident aud did
not kuow of his wife'a injury tint il
she crawled from tbe fire aud
Champion Liniment for Ru mat ism
Chat. Drake, a mail carrier in Chapin-
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Strikes Hidden Rocks.
Wheu your ship of health strikes
the hidden rocks of consumption,
pneumonia, etc., you are lost if
Pain Bahn is the champion of all hni- Discovery for consumption.
i"?e".i d,.? 'IV, y7 ' T troubleJiJ.W.McKinnon of Talladega, Ala.,
a great deal with ilieuiiiatisin in my .. ... , .7. ...
moulder. Alter trying several cures
the storekeeper here recommeuded
this remedy and it completely cured
me. There is no use of anyone suf
fering from that painful ailment when
this liniment can be obtained for s
small sum. One application gives
prompt lelief snd its continued use for
a short time will produce a permanent
cure. For sale by C. N. Simpson. Ir..
ind S. j. Welsh.
writes: "1 hul beeu very ill with
pneumonia, under the care of two
doctors, but was getting no better
when I begau to take Dr. King's
New Discovery. The first dose gave
relief and one bottle cured me.''
Sure cure for sore throat bronchi
tis, coughs and colds. Guaranteed
at English Drug Co.'g, price 50c
aud $1. Trial bottles free.
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Fire, Life, Accident. Health. Lia
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ly solicit your business, assuring
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OF MONROE, N. C.
: Solicits your accouut snd banking
business. We guarantee ABSOLUTE
SECURITY, promptness and all th
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for our stated period. Alwayt ready
(or loans on approved paper.
O. P. HEATH. President.
I I 616 Wtllt StrMl II
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I was all run dmrw from Brvoot
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