THE MONROE JOUESS
VOLUME XII. NO 28
MONROE, N.C., TUESDAY AUGUST 10 1905
One Dollar a Year
Mary J. Kenm-dr, tnanaeer nf Af
BK-ur A C-o." Kahlhlt at the Trmnt
StUslaaippI KipualllonatOniaha, Neh,
writes lb Mluwing of reruns, a a
eui for that
ol lummrr es
I found lb
change of diet
, . i .
I I sjatem. Ineon-
V, ii ' 1 suiting HT.ril
LTC V'l PkjiHUii
they derided I
catarrh of tht
Dot seem to
help no any,
so, reading of
by tha ne of I'eruna I decided to try It
and anon found myself well repaid.
"1 hat now used reruns fur about
three months and feel completely re
juvenated. 1 believe I am permanently
enred, and do not hesitate, to give un
stinted praise to your great remedy,
The rauaea of summer catarrh are
Brat, chronic catarrh) second, derange
Dtentaof the stomach and liver 1 third,
Such being tha case anyone who
knows anything whatever about the
operations of l'eruna can nnderstand
why this remedy la a permanent cure
for summer catarrh. It eradicates
ehronie catarrh from the system, Invig
orates the stomach and liver, cleanses
the blood of all Impurities, and there
fore permanently cures by removing the
eauiie, a host of maladies peculiar to
hot weather. The causa being removed
the symptoms disappear of themselves.
Summer Catarrh" sent free to any
address by The Perun Medicine Co,
hi i i
III a, r I
CONSTELLATION OF ARIES.
The Ram With the Golden Fleece t4
Eurly on the 2 M vf March the
sun niters the oin of Aries, and
agronomical spring brgiiia. Two or
throe thoututtul yours ago, licn the
heavenly group wito originally
fashioned, Aries marked the vernal
eiiiinoi, the pasxago of the iun
through which betokens the opening
of (-tiring. Owing, however, to the
slow westward movement of the
equinoctial points Aric in reality
hai no longer the honor nnee ac
conlWl it, but litis drifted to the east
ward. The conntellution of Arie repre
sents in mythology the rain with the
golden fleece of argonautic fume,
and a short iketeh of its history
nay be of interest. Athuniui,
legendary king of Tluwaly, had two
children, Phrixu and 1 telle, a.:d he
also had two wives, having repudi
ated the first and token a second.
The stepmother was not at all good
to the children and treated them so
badly that she aroused sympathy in
their behalf. Among those inter
ested in the youngster! wan Mer
cury, who sent a ram, which took
thein on ita back, sprang into the
air and hustled them oil to the east,
In tlioae days Europe and Asia
' were separated by a strait, as we find
in a measure to lie the caae today,
and the girl Hellc became frighten
ed or perhaps dizzy from Kcasickneae
in crowing the water at thia very
"rough time in hnr experience, lost
her hold and fell into the straita
which to thia day are known aa the
He'lespont The boy had a better
hold and kept on until he reached
the far end of the lllaek sea. l'hnx
ii showed a spirit of sacrifice, not
of self, however, by killing the ram
and presenting ita golden fleece to
the king of the country, who caused
it to lie hung in the sacred grovo of
the Ariea under the guard of a sleep
less dragon. The star marking the
forehead was called by the Arabs
Hamal, which means aheep. In very
early times it ia said that the Greeks
considered thia atar aa the aunrise
herald of the vernal equinox. New
One of the hardest thing In the
world ia to condole with anybody in
a misfortune or a bereavement
If it were not that the matter ia
generally serious a great many fun
ny stories could be printed about the
condolences people offer to the be
reaved. But at Manchester aome
time ago a hardworking Irishman
fell out of a fourth story window
and broke his neck.
Ilia wife was of course in great
After the funeral a neighbor call
ed to offer her sympathy and eon
"It waa verr aad thins indeed."
"Indeed it was. To die like that
to fall out of t fourth story win.
"An' waa it so bad T asked tha
visitor. "Sure, an' I heard it was
anly a third atorj window.
ia often canned by sore, ulcers and
canoe rn that eat away your akin.
Vm. Bedell of Plat Kork, Mich.,
ays: "I have used Bticklen'a Ar
nica Halve for ulcers, sort and can
cers. It ia the bfMt healing dreflrting
I ever found." Hoot lie and heala
cuts, burn and aculdg. 23o, at Eng
lish Drag Co. 'a, guaranteed.
New Vert WrM.
I.illie Henry, eleven yearn old,
of Xo. ION Kasl rVventv tilth xlrvW.
jaml Lillian llotlw, ten y earn old,
I a ho liven next dtnir, cotiiinittcd a
mliliery Ilia! wax ingeniously plait
lied and at U'lilly ew tiled. They
pmUilily would lave exuiH-d Iim-
ciivery if tht-y had liol Irietl to dls-
Mwe uf iMMiiy to a relative.
The behavior of the girl has
hitherto beeu exeuiplary, and their
parenla are at a Km to exiilmu
their auiazing conduct.
Laxt Friday Mrs. Michiwl I'olit-
rheck, who lives at the at-coiid-
tloor rial at the aotithweot comer of
Seventy-fourth street and I-exing-
tou avenue, went to Coney Island.
The Henry and Herle girls, aoon
after Mrs. l'olitcheck let!, -entered
the rear yard, each currying a ban
"LeVa climb the fire excaiM,"
suggested Lillie Henry, llerconi-
wnioit Ritul it wait too lngh. I.illie
trietl to btMiHt her tin, but Lillian
could not reach the fire ecitii.
".Never miud: I kuow win-re the
key ia," aaid I.illie. Ieudiug the
way, ahe weut np the frout Maira,
reached umler the ice boi iu the
hall and drew out the key. The
girls eutered the Hat, untile aome
chocolate, cooked half a do.en eggs
ami bad a delightful lunch.
1 hen they Iwcauie burglars. They
atunVd their basketa full, gathering
up but pins, kjksiIs ofailk and cot
tou, Uixea of inatelies, rililMins, a
inipl of a sts ami a icurl nct-k-
lace worth iilHiut 910.
Then they tried on Mrs. I'olit-
check'a Im in nets, but these did not
(it, so they riniHsI the leathers oil
and took them.
Locking the door, the girls put
the key back and went to I.illie
Henry a home, where they divided
when Mrs. rolitcheek returned
there was great excitement. Her
daughter ran to the Henry giil'a
home and said the Hat had Ix-en
"How awful!" exclaimed Miss
Henry. I.illie did not say any
Next day the girl burglars called
on Lillie Henry's mint, in Ninety
second at reel, and tillered to m-11
the necklace for "0. The aunt
called on the llerlis girl's mother
and the girls finally confessed. The
police dropped the rase when in
formed that Mrs. I'olilcheck'a prop
erty had been restored.
The Habit of Observation.
"He.olwerving, my win," said
Willie's father. "Cultivate the
habit of seeing nnd you w ill Ui a
Yes,' milled Willie's uncle.
Don't go through the world blind
ly. Lcaru Ut use your eyes."
"Little boys who are observing
know a great ileal more than those
who am not, ' W illie aunt put in.
line timk their nilvice to henrt.
A day passed, and once more lie
stood before tho lamily council.
"Well, Willie,'' said his father,
"have you liecii using your eyes :"
I he laiy lioddeiL
"Tell ns what you've learned."
"I ncle Jim's got a Isittle of
whiskey hid lichind his trunk,"
said Willie, "Aunt Jennie's got
au extra set of let th in her dresser,
and pa'a got a deck of cards and a
box of chips behind the luniks in
"The little sneak!" exclaimed
If yon are troubled with dizzy
spells, headache, indigestion, con
stipation, Hollister's liiu-ky Moun
tain lea will make you well and
keep you well. If it fails get your
money back. That's fair. cents.
English Drug Co.
"Why tlou't you try to win the
confidence of the people"
"Not now," answered Senator
Sorghum. "The people have been
gold bricked so much of late years
that every time they see amau try
ing to make himself agreeable they
get 8UHpicioiis."-Vasliingtou Star.
They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The bilious and dyspeptic are constant
sufferers and appeal lo our sympathies
There is not one of tliem, however, who
may not be brought back to health and
happiness by the use of (.haiuberlaiii's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. These lab
lets invigorate the stomach and liver
and strengthen the digestion. They
also regulate the bowels r or sale by
C. N. Simpson, jr., and S. J. Welsh.
"Well, yon married a wealthy
woman. Is she the treasure you
boHMl fort '
"Can't say ahe Is. She won't
give me any of her money."
"Then, by Oeorge! she ia a treas
ure, She not only has money, but
common sense, too." Baltimore
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cute will preveul an attack
of indigestion. Kodol is a thorough
digeslant and a guaranteed cure for
indigestion, dyspepsia. gai on slomarh,
weak heart, sour risings, bad breath
and all stomach troubles. Sold by
English Drug Co. aud S. J. Welsh. Q
"Did the father give the bride
"1 should any be did. He got
rattled, and what do you think he
aaid aa he handed her over to the
"It is more bleated to give than
to receive,'' Cleaveland Leader.
TWO MEN DIE IN A WEli-
) The Dtantrrs Against Wall Street.
Oe CuthbtTtsoei and Charlie Cov' "We will bust Wall street."
ington Succomb to l ire' Damp That, according to a New Oi lcans
in a Well on fir. I'inUton' r.irrwKm.leiit of The Xcw Vmk
Hace Near Wadcshoro, j Kveniitg Pun, is the m..tlo tiring
.Ir.l.io. Mrrner an4 lulelllfenerr. j Woril Oil buttons Slid badges ll Hie
Mr. V. X. I'inkstoii'a place.lwo cotloii planters throughout Texas,
and a half wiles north of town, on ! Iouisiaiia, Miwissippi, Arkansas
which resides Mr. J. J. Alleii, waaiand all over the cotton la-It. To
the scene early last Monday morn j bn-ak Wall slm-t wuld Is a tre-
ing or a lerrilile occnrreiM, in nicntioiis tass, nut iiiHiiMuiioiiy me
which two oilored nien lost their farmers will give trouble to the
lives. The men were George Cnth
lierlson and Charlie Covington.
CutlitMTtsoii was about .VI years
of age aud was a wliool teacher, but
also dug wells. He lived on Maj.
J. M. Wall's place, six miles north
of town, aud bore an excellent rep
Covington was a son of Jack Cov
iugtoii and was -'-t years old. He
live I in sight of the place where he
met h(,H tleath.
The particulars of the sad occur
rence are given lirlow:
CuthliertMon aud W at Tice went
to work in an unfinished well on
Mr. l'inkston's place, as stated
above Friday. The well was 47
feet deep, but no work had bceu
done in it since early spring, and
the well had never yielded any
water. One blast was put oil' in
the well Friday, ami another made
ready to be fired Saturday. Sat
urday morning Cuthltertsoii fired a
handful of oat straw and threw it
in the well to touch oil' the blast.
This failed of its puristse and he
threw a quantity of coals and em
bers iu the well, but still the fuse
did not ignite. The men, however,
did uot risk themselves in the well
that day for fear the blattt might
At tin early hour Monday morn
ing I uthhertsou and I lee again
went to the place prepared to re
sume work in the well. Cuthhcrt-
son was let down into the well by
Tice for the purpose of removing
the tincxploded dynamite, iu order
that another blast might Is put in.
lust as CiithlMTtsoii readied the
bottom in the well Mr. I'inkston,
the owner of the place, rode up and
said to Ciithlicrtson: "How is it
down there!" Cutlilx-itson replied
that it was mighty bad, whereupon
Mr. I'inkston gave orders that he
lie immediately drawn out. Culli
licrtsoii at this time wits able to get
on the bucket and was drawn about
half way out of the well when he
fell hack with a dull, heavy Hum.
hen ( iithltcrtson fell back into
the well there was great excite
ment, and no one seemed lo know
just what to do. About this time
( liar lie Covington came up ami
volunteered to go into the well ami
tie a rope around the body of the
slrickeiiuian iuonler that lie might
1st rescued. Covington wits then
let down into the well. Mr. Allen,
who lived on the place, called to
Covington just as he reached the
IhiIUiiii, but receiving no answer,
looked in the well and saw the
doomed man throw his hands over
his head and heard him say, in ag
onizing tones: "Oh Lord, have
mercy!" And then all was still.
Of course after this there were
no further volunteers to go into the
well until good air had Imhui pump
ed into it, and thia could uot he
done until a section of lire hose and
a blacksmith's bellows had been
procured from Wadesboro. After
a considerable amount of good air
had been pumped into tho well liol
Meadows, colored, volunteered to
go tlown and fasten rojies around
the bodies. This he did without
niislmi) and the bodies were finally
gotten to the surface of the ground
alter having been iu the well two
hours. Drs. Ashe and Bennett
were on the scene by this time aud
it required little examination to
show them that both men were
Cuthbertson's neck wits broken
and his skull fractured' when he
fell back into the well.
Public ia Aroused.
The public is aroused to a knowl
edge of the curative merits of that
great medicinal tonic, hleetrie Bit
ters, for sick stomach, liver and
kidneys. Mary H. Walters, of 510'
St. Clairave., Columbus, O., writes:
"For several months I was given
nptodie. I had fever nud ague,
my nerves were wrecked; I could
not sleep and my stomach was so
weak from useless doctors' drugs
that I could not eat. Soon after be
ginning to take Electric Bitters I
obtained relief and in a short time
I was entirely enred." fiusrai.t'M'd
at English Drug Co.'s; price 51k!.
Sick headache results from a disord
ered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Slom
' sen and Liver Tablets. For sale by
IC. N. Simpson, Jr., aud S. J. Welsh.
Sorry for the Queen.
lAtlleV Huine Journal.
An English professor wrote on
bis black beard in hialatstratory:
"I'rofcBsor Wilson informs his
students (hat he has this day been
appointed honorary physician to
her Majesty, (jtreen Victoria."
In the course of the morning he
bad occasion to leave the room and
found on his return that mime student-wag
had added to the announ
cement the words:
"tlod save the Queen."
The Only Way.
There is no way lo maintain the health
and strength of mind and body except
by nourishment. There is no way to
nourish except through tha stomach.
Tha stomach must be kept healthy,
pure and sweet or tha strength will lei
down and disease will set up. no ap
petite, loss ot strength, nervousness,
headache, constipation, bad breath,
sour risings, rifting, indigestion, dys
pepsia and all stomach troubles that
are curable are quickly cured by the
nsa ol Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Kodol
digests what you eat and strengthens
Ilia whole digestive apparatus. Sold by
English Prof Co. and S. j. Welsh.
cotton simulators. The progress
made by the Southern Col Ion As
siM'iatiou is interesting. Its ollicers
are working uight and day. They
are sending proclamations out to
more thaua milliou members of the
asstM-'iatiou telling the farmer that
he must not sell a latle of col Ion for
less thau 11 cents, either of the old
or new crop. It is pointed out
that the old crop for all commerci
al urose no longer carries with
it a surplus large enough to he con
sidered iu any commercial statistic
and that I lie present crop does not
promise to lie larger thau !I,ihkI,(HH)
bales, or less than the year's ex
Kirts. A New York cotton broker
last week sent to his followers, it is
said, the tip that he had Wall street
solidly behind him and was going
to sell cotton down to ! cents this
week and still lower next. It wits
made to apear that the broker
feared the growing power of the
Southern Cotton Association and
lecided to crush it at once. But
the method of crushing by the limn
ey ol Wall street wits not proiici'ly
considered. Farmers hauling their
(Hit ton to (own and finding out
ilsiut this threat have Iss-n induc
ed to put on one of the buttons and
take their loads back home, where
they w ill keep it for 12 cents. This
light Is-t ween the planters and W all
street is the newest phase of the
cotton holding war.
Women Rioters Throw Bread Into
Nrw Yitrk liiximu-li.tilli.
Women today joined iu the strike
iiH-ralions of the kosher bread
bakers w ho are producing a bread
famine in the Hebrew ipiailei-sol
New fork and Bnsiklyu. Hun
dreds of loaves of this bread wei-e
taken by women from the peddlers
who attempted to sell them ami
thrown into the gutters, w here the
mud caused by recent rams in
stantly mined the foodstuff.
I here wits a riotous ticinnust ra
tion in the front of a delicatessen
store iu Clinton street early today
when a gang of young roughs dis
covered that the store wasolVering
kosher bread for sal". They rushed
into the store, seized the bread and
threw into the street.
Two policeman were injured to
lav iu a bread riot which occurred
in the basement of a Hebrew bak
ery in Allen street. Two hundred
men entered the shop anil, over
powering the policemen who guard
ed it, carried out barrels of dough
which were ready for the baking
and empted it into the gutter.
Several barrels of Hour also were
empted into the street. Extra po
lice were called out to disperse the
Cool Spring Items.
f (irre-iMimleiiee u( The Journal.
Marshville U. F. 1). .1, Aug. 10.
The live-year-old son of Mr. J. A.
(lullcdge is right seriously sick uf
Mrs. Lucy Grant nnd son, Mr.
Bediuan, of South Carolina are vis
iting relatives iu this community.
Miss Fronia Morgan and Mr,
Hurley Leonard are visiting rela
tives near Deep Creek, Anson
county, this week.
The rains this week have been
unusually heavy iu this section.
Crops are looking right promis
ing now, but are very late and lia
ble to le damaged by early frost.
The colored brethren had a pic
nic or Sunday school convention or
something of the kind at their
school house in this community
last Saturday. We learn that there
was no quarrelling or righting
among them, which is something
unusual for so large a gathering ot
We offer One Hundred Dollars Ke
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo.O
We, the undersigned, have knowu
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
hie to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. siding, Kinnan & Mar
vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, arling directly upon the blood
and mucus surfaces ol the system,
Testimonials sent free. Trice 75 cts
pertiotlle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall s raimly pills lor cousti
A College Bred Mule.
Atlanta r. .munition.
"Only last year you wanted f:lO
for this mule, and now you ve
raised to fiiO."
"That's nut'ral; it's a eddicated
mule now. Ever since John come
home from college he's Is-en swear
ing at that mule iu sii langictges!"
Distinguishes! Churchman Die of
Yellow t ever.
Scwor'.as, li.u-h. Wh
A sudden change in his foluli- tmm
tioutodiv siiecdily culminated iu
the deuih'of Archbishop I. L. I The overswnt of Monroe iwu
ChapM-lle. The end came at ten ship are notified lo make their re
1111 miles of I. The news of lite ports to thesuN-rvisirsou the lHth
aivhhishiip's death created a pro at the courthouse,
found sh- k. I Mf A A h H tha
Mou;.g..eur t h:.p,s-lie .its lake., ; M a v W- , w
1 I on t... lay. He had return. d to .rM(, ,rt.lu,mH
just completed a tour of Louisiana
and announced 011 his arrival his
intention of co oierating in the ef
forts thru iu full swing to stamp
tt the fever. The archbishop,
..owever, left his house only ou
one occ.tsiou Is-fore he was lakeu
ick. That was to lake a drive
vith his niece.
Ou Friday he complained of the
symptoms w hieh are the forerunner
of yellw fever. lr. I-aliuc, the
arclibikop's physician, was imme
diately called. Ou Friday he diag
mised .ne case as a genuine attack
of yelk fever.
From the first Dr. MclUe was
apprehensive as to the results of
the attack, owing to the physique
of his patient.
Archbishop Chapiiclle was very
stout of build, lull bltssled and
past sixty years of age, and the fe
ver is always alarming in a patient
under those conditions.
The best available medical and
11 ui-sing talent was pressed into ser
vice, lliey were screened and every
ell'iirt made to conduct a successful
The disease, however, made
steady inroads upon the venerable
patient and yesterday he wits found
to Imi in a serious condition.
Wlieu Dr. JlcIIae saw him early
tislay there wits no improvement,
but on the contrary the patient
showed signs of increasing weak
ness, lk-lore noon there wits an
alarming change for the worse in
his condition. Eminent physicians
were immediately summoned I'm
consultation, hut he wits lieyond
succor. The end came with great
rapidity, dissolution ensuing 11 1
Xo arrangements have yet ls-en
made for the funeral.
Louis I'lacido Chappelle, arch
bishop of New Orleans, one of the
most ilistiguishfd prelates of the
ltoiiiuu Catholic church, and one
of the liest loved citizens of New
Orleans, w ho dietl of yellow fever
Wednesday morning while at the
post of duty among the siilleivrs of
the lieloved city of his see, was
txirn in France August 2S, ISfJ,
and came to the I'nitcd States w hen
17 yar of age. He took a com
plete theological and philosophical
course at St. Mary's college, Balti
more, niiil taught 111 M. Charles
college of the same city from 1 s:t
to lMi.V He was ordained priest
in his church iu lSii5, and was ad
vanced to the degree of Doctor of
Divinity by hisalma mater in W.K
He served as pastor otSt. John s
and St. Joseph's, Baltimore, and
St. Mathews, Washington, and 111
1 Sit 1 his signal abilities caused him
to Is- chosen coailutor bishop ol
Archbishop Salpointe of Sante Fe,
with right of succession. On the
resignation of Archbishop Sal
pointe in lH'it, he was named by
pe U'o Mil arclihiscop of Santa
Fe, and in November lf!7, was
appointed by the pope archbishop
of New Oilcans, where has since
In ISilS Pope Leo again honored
Archbishop Chappelle by naming
him apostolic, delegate to Cuba and
l'orto Kico.and inScptemlMT.I.V.m,
he w ;is further selected by the pope
as the apostolic delegate to the
Archbishop Chappelle was one
of the most distinguished men of
his church, and made himselt loved
for his thorough Americanism, in
New Orleans all denominations
revered him as a hiuh type of
ehrist inn gentleman, and loved him
for his broad work not only among
the people of bis own dock, but for
tho aid he was ever ready to extend
to every one who sought his assist
ance. He died as lie had lived,
working for his Master aud his fel
low man, sndalllhecitiiia of New
OrlcHiis without regard to creed are
mourning his death from the plague
which he was fighting when he
.1.1). Kunyanof Bittlerville, O., laid
the peculiar disappearance of his
painful symptoms ol Indigestion
and biliousness to Dr. King's New
Life Fills. He says: "They are a
srfect remedy for dizziness, sour
stomach, headache, constipation,
etc." (luaranteed at English Drug
round to be eighleeu feet iu cir
cumference. The tree is ou Black
There will lie a Woodman rally
and picnic at Mint Hill ou Friday.
SiicechcM will lie made by Mr. W.
C. DowU of Charlotte aud Rev. W,
W. Orr. After supis the Wood
man Dramatic Club of Mint Hill
ill give a play entitled I'ncle
Jed's Fidelity, or The Returned
t owboy. Everylssly invited
Mr. Claud Hainiltou of Marsh
ville township aud Miss Florence
Little, daughter of Mrs. Keua Lit
tie of (iotwe Creek township, were
married last W ednesday at the res
idence of the bride's mother. Bev.
A. Marsh performed the marriage
service. Only a few near relatives
and friends of the contracting par
ties were present. Mr. aud Mrs,
Hamilton w ill live near Marshville.
Mix Bright Clybiim, widow of
Mr. J. B. Clybiim, died at the
home of her fabler, Mr. S. M.
Ill) the, last Tuesday afternoon.
With her death a whole family has
passed out of existence within this
year. Her htisliaud died lust Feb
ruary of pneumonia, and sometime
afleward their child died. Mrs.
Clyburu was but twenty three. She
was a faithful niemlierof the Meth
odist church. Mrs. Clyburu had
not ls-en well for sometime, but her
death wits a great sin prise. She
was sitting in a chair when death
came. Mr. Blythe lives in Wax
haw. Marshville Academy opened last
week with the Is-st prosiects it has
had in five or six years. Prof.
Caldwell, the principal, isa gradil
ate of Davidson College and a
teacher of experience. Miss Annie
Stewart, a fine teacher and a grail
uate of the State Normal, is the
principal assistant, and Miss Lil
lian Marsh, one of the Is-st public
teachers of the county, is teacher
iu the primary department. Miss
Sophia Moore, a graduate of the
Woman's College of Kichuiond, is
the teacher of music. The school
is run by taxation, but also takes
iMKtrding students. There were
thirty boarders present last week.
A Warning to Mothers.
Too much rare cannot be used with
small children during the hoi weather
f the summer months to guard against
uowel troubles. As a rule it is only
necessary to give the child a dose of
castor oil to correct any disorder of
the bowels. Do not use any substitute,
hut give the old fashioned castor oil,
and see that it is fresh, as rancid oil
tikuseates and has a teudency to gripe.
If this does not check the bowels give
Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera and Diar
rhoea Kemedy aud theu a dose of cas
tor oil, aud the disease may be check
ed in its incipieucy aud all danger
avoided. The castor oil and this rem
edy should be procured at once and
kept ready lor instant use as soon as
the first indication of any bowel
trouble appears. This is the most suc
cessful treatment known and may be
relied upon with implicit confidence
even in cases of cholera infantum. For
sale byC. N. Simpson, Jr. andS.J .Welsh.
Why He Could Not
Relieve Her Suspense
1 01. feleis llirolloli tii nirss as
Vice president of the assas'iatloii
aud his action iu Washington clear
ly ludlcute that he is not in bar
mouy with the present efforts of the
associatlou concerning the full and
complete organization ol the bureau
of cotton statistics aud other ill vi
sious of the Department of Agri
"Before taking definite action I
desired the endorsement of the ex
eculive committee. I wired the
11 for mat ion to each memls-r aud of
nineteen replies, eighteen eiuidiat
it-ally authorized the demand for
is resignation. live mem hers of
the committee were absent from
home aud could uot be reached."
Col. E. 8. Peters was elected
ice president of the association at
its organization by the New Orleans
convention List January. His home
is ut 1 alvert, 1 exits.
A Touching 5tory
is the saving from death of (he baby
III of (ieo. A. Eyler, Cumberland.
Md. He writes: "At the age of 1 1
mouths our little girl was iu decliu
ng health with serious throat trou
hie and two physicians gave her np.
We were almost iu despair w hen we
resolved to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery for eonsiim pi 1011, coughs anil
colds. The first bottle gave relief;
fter taking four Is it ties she was
tired and is now iu perfect health."
Never fails to relieve and cure a
(iiigh or cold. At Fnglish Drug
Co.'s; "ill cents aud l miarautecd.
Trial Isittle free.
Not The Same.
..allien Hotlit Journal.
young woman w ho has recent
ly taken charge of a kiuilc rgurden,
say a The New York Sun, entered a
trolley car the other (lav, and as
she took her seat smiled pleasantly
at a gentleman sitting opposite. He
raised his hat and it was evident
that he did not know her.
ltcalizing her error she said iu
tones audible throughout the entire
"Oh, please excuse me! I mis
took you for the father of two ol
She left the car at the next cor
ILL you bo miner
As she spoke, the tall,
hiiuilsoiue brunette with a
larire naaslouute movement took la
hers the hand of the unlet but strange
ly iM-iiutlful iiihu she addressed, aud
held It closely to her heart.
"My darliua." she suld, "from the
drat moment 1 saw you, 1 loved you,
and since then my passion has ktowu
by leiips and bounds, until now 1 reel
that 1 cuiiiiot live without you. OU,
relieve my uH-ine."
I csiinot uow." he murmured, with
"You must wait Perhaps next week
I can tell you.'
She sighed, while her whole frame
shook with III suppressed emotion.
"Must 1 remain In thia susenmr
she cried. "Why are you so cruel?
Why, oh, why cannot you give ma your
The man ahe loved tapped bis foot
Impatiently on the hearth.
rlccRuae, dear," he said, "all my
leap year offers are not la yet hew
Covs; price 'J-'ic
ICOTTl EMULSION serve as a
brides t tarry tha wtaktnU sad
starves! system slea aatil tt saa Hatt
Una support la sedraary lea.
acrrrr a aowNt.
New Sew Ins; Machine.
Sew York -rei.
Dennis Fhinnlgan, after sixteen
years of lalmr, has invented a sew
ing machine that sews from two
spools of thread, without bobbins
or shuttles, Its parts are tew, and
the mechanism is so simple that it
cuu be sold profitably at 910. This
looks like a revolution.
Nothing on the Market
equal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Kemedy. This fact is
well known to drusnisls everywhere,
and nine out of ten will give their cus
tomers this preparation when tlye best
is asked tor, Mr.Ube Witmer.a prom
inent druggist of Joplin, Mo., in a cir
cular to his customers, says: "There
is nothing on the market in the way
of patent medicine which eqnaislhsm
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Kemedy for bowel complaints, Waaell
and recommend this preparation." For
sale byC.N.Simpson.Jr.auUb J. Welsh
"Do yon think you can draw that
kail the length of the tabler
Til have to, I aupiwee. But I don
are why the artist didn't draw tt back
there to begin with." ,
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hate1
Splve has no equal. It it a certain
cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding pilea. It will draw tha nn
out of a born and heal without leaving
a scar. Boils, old sores, carbuncles,
etc., are quickly cured by the ni
the t-enuioa DeWitl'a Witch Hazel
Salve. Accept no substitute as the)
are often dangerous and uncertain
Sold by Engheh Drug Co. and S,
Vc(olrsit!ennt Peters 5iispended
Hy President Jordan.
Atlal lltrB. SHh
Hart ie Jordan, president of the
Southern Coltuu A4.M-ali.in today
telegraphed Oil. K. 8. Peters, vice
president of the asMN-ialiou, de
manding his resignation, presi
dent Jordan said:
"I have wired Vice President
Peters demanding his resignation
and have stiseii(led him as an nfli
cer of the Southern Cotton Associ
Bernard Returns to Raleigh and
t'. M. IVtnai.l. ex district attor
ney, who is charged with John
im kery with Hie 10m of to young
women of lUleigh. and who has
ls-en keeping out ol' the Stale since
lam-kery was shot, relumed to :t
cigh Tuesday. II. C. Howell, la
I her uf I he girl whom I'-irnaid is
alleged lo have ruined, instituted
suit against lUinaid for r'lMHiO.
aiion. The public utterances of; IVinaid apH-am in Kalcigh Tiles
lay and gave lsind in the sum of
(mki for his MpM-arance al trial.
One of his lionilsnicu is K. A.
I.a key, the wealthy Hamlet dis
tiller, who made affidavit that he
is worth loo.tMMi aU.ve all liabil
ities. Southing and Cooling.
The salve that heals utilh.nit a scar is
Dt-Wilt's Witi-I. llaiel Salve. No rem
edy 1 Herts such speedy relief. It
draws nut iiitUiuuia'.ion, soothes, cools
and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.
A sure cure fur piles and skin diseases.
DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch
Hael Salve. Henare of counterfeits,
thev are dauuetous. Sold by Euglish
Ding Co. and S. J. Welsh.
Weddington, N. C,
Opens August 21st, l!tor.
Hoarding arrangements for young
lilies. Hoys' dormitory in course
f const ruction. Prepares for the
leading colleges of the State, (inod
library for school Is-iug establish
ed, (loot! musical advantages.
For catalogue or further infor
C. K. Ci.Ktiii, A.M., Principal,
Matthews, N. C, K. V. 1. No. is.
do you need a
Trinity Park School
A iirM-vli!n prtMtrittiry win.. Or
tlthti f k ratiutthn aHVit- fnrii
trnt to lratttiiit Muiithfrii tt-KtM,
BeAt Equipped Preparatory
School in the South.
Kaoultjr of tfti ullttfru nd hwhem.
rumpim of M'vtiit) -llvf au're. I.i hi-try
conUtnlntf thirty thiiUMmmt vii1uiii.
Wfll H)tii)if (1 tt mnaitlum. Hitch nun
tlartlf and tiUKlfrit method of in-true-Unit.
KntjufiH liTturt'M by innilnii(
lit'limT". Kxiavnucii f i'pttllntly iikmI
friete. Mr veil yenr of plit'iuiiiifli! mip.
tfn. I'ur mtalotrue ami other Infor
J. A. B1VINS, Headmaster,
IU kHAM. N (
Notice of Administration.
Having UiU.lav iiuaMfM )fnrr K. A. Ami
ItrUI. C. of I lihili rmintv, N. t. a ri.lniin
lira ot of John 1,. Porter. ilwft, all iht
m hoiiiinir ei Mm aKMttiM aui tutt an'
hereby notitipn l iirewnt the ainr to ht
terxtifneit aoinnu-irainr on or ln-rnre the
lav of Auirut. A. I iwon, or tin mitti-e will u
itl railed in troi tueir niHil ot rvenverv. A
laerwoli Intiflttrii In NNld f-laie are notified tt,
make jiayniem ami ave piwi. nix lite 71 h la
l AllKU4t, Wi. MK. M.I.A lt IK IKK,
A'lmrx.nt joiin i,. i-orter, tuv a.
Red wine A Mark. Any.
If so, don't buy until
you have examined our
own brand, the
We have just received
the first shipment of this
wonderful brand. It is
light running and ball
bearing. If you want a
good cheap machine, do
not buy until you have
tried the Silver King.
(Hires in Savings, Loan anil Trust
huililiiiK, Curlier ol Franklin and
Hayne Streets, Monroe, N, C.
Adams, Jvruine & ArmieUI, Konnis 16,
17 and 1 14.
F. Griflin, Rooms 11 and 12.
Lorenzo Mi'dlin, Komiis 4 and 5.
Keilwine & Stack, Kooins (1 to 10.
C. Sikes, Jr., Kooins t mid j.
Williams & Leinniond, Kooins 14 4 15.
. L. Stevens, office formerly occu
pied by Arinfiuld & Williams, in Ilia
ADVICE TO GRIDES.
Notice of Administration.
have otialtne.l tieforc K. A . ArmlleM. Clerk
uf the Nuieror ( otirt of i nion rotiiiiy, N (
neneeutor 01 ine lant win anl e-uiiieut
Unm Ahcraft, t(,ea'ei. arnl I herehv tiotif
all nermann havlnir elanim atfalnt theeotatent
a.m iereaetl lo brenent llieni within I welve
montli from thtM 1aie. ar this notlif will W
(jleaiieil in la f rwovery. Any perwtii-t tit
le mi en iai Hani eaiuiie are nereny ntnnieo to
maae Immediate itarment. Thl-i Jtily. mti.
r HANK AHMUKI.h, Kxr.
of Aanm A he raft, deed.
Uf virtue of two arverat morUrare defla u
me eveeuteit bf H ale H. Hatr ami till I r rear I
tertNl In oltice uf the Rrtliter of leei1of I nion
mhiiiIJ, K. In Keetitxlof Mortttatff 11 AK.
iare bit and paifeiUll.l will nHI for ctwh In the
rtltrhewt Uhier lay uhllc auetlon, at eourt
iioumt t1or Ir Monroe. In Mid enunly, u
Friday, August 25th, 1905,
tract nf land Iritis In Mitt emintr. nn th
atpr of lAim (Wl, adjninlna thr laniii of
K. M Hlr. Irrnr Marah.TlitM. A Klranit
ihr a. f. tlaty tract, pnntalnina one hanilmt
ere.., siorv nr Imi, and km.wn m the land c,,n
vc.ci u. wilt .i K.H..II l,r IS. R. H-lv
and wife. B. A. Haty, hy desj rcirt.lcml In
ldottlue la RdN.rd (rf Ifecria Nn. M. al mu:c
', etc. Hale to he made Ui Mtttfy r,,vllni.
rt iaid Murta-aar accti. i nip yth day m Juir
. B. Its. C. K. SIM Hat IN, Mortaas-ca.
Keep me for your friend, and
you'll never have baking troubles.
The way to a man's heart is
said to lie through his stomach
how easy, then, to keep the
household happy when Invincible
Flour is used in the bread, biscuit,
cakes and pastry. No more
growls about the kind "mother
used to make.
Yours for good bread,
Ask your grocer for it
Henderson Roller Mills Co.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
1 her MstlstM a lirf Ftrale.
Brlap Galeae Htta sal Imnl Tlsw.
A mcdaa fir OoMtlrmtloa. la.lisloa. Lin
Ml SKlncy TroiMa, nmi
loot, sui Brauk. Hlaaali
d Itackaclta. It's RocW Miintnln Ta In tat
t form, at Ma a ka. IMnM mads k)
ran imp immt, nadiaoa, wh.
wntca. sVarma, Impiir
tltk Koocl. H.uca
4UU itwecn roi iauov rvms
Knur rciarlniciit rtnllcittale, tlrad
aatc, Knainccrhiff and l,aw.
Ijriic lllirarjr ractllllm. Well equip
ped latmratoriea In all departments ot
science. tljrmnailum furnished with
beet apuaratuM. Kkiiciiicn very bmmI
erate. Atd (r worthy students.
Younf men wishing to study
Law should InvutUate tha in
perlor advantaei oITered by
tha Department of Law la Trin
for eatalnaue aad further Inlnrma
D. W. N'ewsom, Rejlstrar,