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TBS WEEKLY JODIE
Publkbad In two rVactiooa, every TueaJ
day sad Friday, at w Middle Street, mw
era, N. Or
colored foU from the BepahUcaaa, bat'
It makes this ToU dm wUck k likely to
becosM ta actual boM of coatee Uo a, be-
krte both partlee. Republican mad
The declaraUoaa of Ue Stale Republl-
cana, la their platform, an perfunctory,
and of course full of Indignation from a
CHARLES U STEVENS j partisan ataad poIaU
.; bditoi urn nonxnom."''
Dbests tshit yoa cat.
This preparation contains aU of tba
Olgesiants ana aigesw eui ainua- v
Plaakau-ba-T.... tha platform ooa. ,m- ..j.
U u follow the food yoa want. The most senslUTO
. Tiroa.- I ' I fhnaioanla tW O VSTjeDUCS HITS inu
Blffluunwn Lrf lha8UUIiitlelaahl. and aoono. ,r after awrrthloaelM failed. It
Twa If nntlta I I nf ma nn Vu a trim.
R t Bin admlalatrallna of nnr Slate e-overn-l prc""-'"-"-? rjr T.T
i anwa jbuhum. ; i wrh. relieYllur ail uiuvrost uki nuu
B ' w .1 (Ml I . . ... . n , . . I . ' . . .1 aWj
IUX I I I I I i
i comparison of It with the preaent
arfaartialne rate funnebed upon ap-Ileal management of oor affatn by
pUostlo at tba office, or upon inquiry peaoctic party."
',7 I ' Tbli It ridiculous enough to b a good
' WThe Joxmnks. la only aent on pay- Hoke, and even Republicans mast laagb,
i. ;1wm hula. Subscribers wm I uiu. ..li vn.
I Vim fcUVJ PI" liKHUl, aiMV M wv
ornks" to tbe late Raaaell administration
' ij'jq meat by the Eopabllcaji and Populist Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to tale.
LY irl ADVANCjivV partlea from 1807 to and cbaUenge t ca't help
a comparison of It wltb tbe preaent reck- OO JfOM gOM
Prir1rmlTty Fn. uwirryQy-aa
Va aL UMUe conUuna H umM vm mic. au
P 8. DUFFY A CO.
receive notice of expiration of tbelr tub-
notice wfcl be appreciated by .the
Entered at tbe Poatofflce,
0 . a a tecond-clasi matter!
Section One, Tuesday. Sept 2, 1W8
IS IT DEMOCRATIC EXTRA VA
r ' GAHCE?
If tbe Bute deficit In Iti treasury
fonds of $453,000, Is to be charged
against the Democrats, and every sign
points to this being a leading Iseue In j
the coming campaign, then tbe Demo-I
It Is quite a Jump from Russelllsm and
bis Negrolam, Joined (with Batlerlsm, to
the nretent exclusion of the colored
It would hare looked better, If plank
number seven had been left out.
NEUTRALITY TOWARDS THE
The position of the colored voter In
North Carolina at the present time, is
that of being a voter of no special politi
This Is due to peculiar and extraordi-
.i. .ii,t.finn r.nrt tta friends narv circumstances. The colored man
unuv uiiii. v , 1
i v. u.n. franklv. honestly mat have Toted for Democratic noml-
..j nnh..i.inw nees at times, but this has been due to
The JouasAL disagrees wltb the es- local conditions, so that the colored
teemed 'Kaleleh Post, In the latter's TOte does not belong to the Democratic
argument, offsetting the alleged Bute party, through choice or inclination.
Democratic Administration's extraya- At the Republican Convention at
cance, by pointing out as extra extraya-1 Greensboro, last week, the colored vote
gant the administration of tbe Nation's was without representation, which pro-e-.i
th Rennbllcan party. voked certain colored leaders to declare
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The State Democratic administration against the State Republican, and de-
mnat stand or fall upon Its own record, termlne upon political independence
J v .n.inui.ttnii la reanon-1 on the oart of the colored vote of this
ilble for three great appropriations, State.
t900 000 for educational purposes, $100,- What this may mean, in actual number
win uMitinn.1 for soldiers pensions, of votes to be lost to the State llepubli-
New York pays ber supreme court
Judges tlT.&OO per annum, which is a
hleher salarv than any other state
gives. New York Newa.
It turns out that Iowa beats all the
states In the number of rural Tree de
livery routes It has corraled. Iowa
takes a back seat for none. Omaha
Back In New Hampshire the grase-
honrjers are bltlnir tbe Elrla. WDO
would have dreamed that tbe pretty
Yankee maidens were so green as that:
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C. C. Earlan, of Eaton
O, can do so now, though for years he
couldn't, because he suffered untold
agony from the worst form of Indigest
ion. All physicians and medicines failed
to help him till he tried Electric Bitters,
which worked such wonders for him
that he declares they are a godsend to
sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Unrivaled for diseases of the
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, they build
up and give new life to the whole sys
tem. Try them. Only 60c Guaranteed
by C. D. Bradham, drugglBt.
Hat am Kartfcqwak.
Mrs. Bouser (bearing tremendous
noise In the kitchen) Great goodness,
ftrldget, what was that, an earthquake
Bridget (calmly picking up the pieces
of glass) No, mum; only a little jar.
Th ct Ptvcrrlnflnn for Malaria
$300,000 for permanent additions In way can ticket, remains to be seen, for there (M1b ftw ,g t of Qmn,t
of Improvements on State institutions. Is absolutely no disposition or sentiment Tastble.8 chill Tohio. It is simply
, j -u... .niAMnt annrnnrlatlnns.1 in the colored Voter, to vote any ticket iron and aulnine in'a tasteless form. No
' V Ul0 BIO HIMMiilww. ' I I
tat is there a dollar to be clipped from but the Republican.
these amounts, which might be termed So far as Democrats are concerned,
extravagant, hence demanding that it this breaking away of the colored vote
should be saved to the tax payer t from the Republican ticket, has no pom
if it cannot be maintained that a dol- leal slenlfioance, as belDg through Its in-
lar of these appropriations Is not justly fluence.
needed for the use It was appropriated The Democratic party is the original
for how can the claim of extravagance White Supremacy party In this State,
be urged? and the action of the Republican party
. . .... .. ai.in ..Imlnlalratlnn at Greensboro Is an attempt to place It-
an BibwBKiui uw i
Is one which first makes unwise appro- self in the same white column.
f. u.ti affkin. andtbennavil But in this breaking away of the
ontthe money colled for the. ob- co,or Ivot. from the -'H
Jecta, over freely and unwisely. aawu mu. ... " Detrolt Mich.WM .emenced In Recorder
-There Is no question but Bute appro- the Democratic party, especially In those Conrt o( cty tQ njjy bard l8D0r
nriatlonsand State expenditures have districts where the colored vote is large. in the Bute pria0n at Jackson.
There is tne temptation 10 not ucnuj
accept the colored man's vote, when
tendered to aid the Democratic ticket,
but also to go further, and seek this
rote when a Democratic candidate may
feel that his election is in doubt.
The colored voter has the right to
cure no pay. Price 60c
From Lambert's Oaks, formerly nn
Inn, In the parish of Woodtnansterre,
England, tbe famous Oaks stakes ac
quires its name. The bouse was built
by a society called the "Hunter's club,"
under a lease from tbe Lambert family.
It afterward became the residence of
the unfortunate General Burgoyne,
from whom It passed to the eleventh
Enrl of Derby, whose grandson, the
twelfth earl, greatly Improved It
Frank C. Andrews the banker wrecker
So Said of HeaderMB BitnatUn.
Political Gossip. Catto Ia-
age. Personal. New In
surance Company Ad
mitted. New Tbe
1 atrlcal Cant-PJ'
IUlkiqh, Ang. 28. Adjutant General
Roystor writes here that the presence of
the Henderson military company at the
Vance county all unquestionably pre
vented the lynching of the five negro
prisoners there who on Tuesday wen
placed la the penitentiary. It appears
that all the plans were made to lynch
tbe men. not by Henderson or Vance
county people bnt by others.
Some of the Democrats express their
fear of tbe independent movement, not
ad much for what It will aaoonnt to this
yr, which is apt to be very little, but
for what It may become two yean hence
Others say they think the movement
will be so crushed this year that it will
cut no figure in 1904.
More reports of damage by lice to the
cotton crop come In here. It Is said that
a large farm a couple of miles west of
here, several acres of cotton shows no
bolls, the lice havlnc completely de
stroyed the latter.
It Is admitted here that the Republl
cans played their cards well and showed
wisdom at their State Convention yes
Manager Rivers of the Academy of
Music will this year put on tour a com
pany of 23 which will present "A Lonely
Widow", an original play, the right to
which he has bought. The company this
evening gave the first full dress rehear
sal. The play will be given for the first
time at Charlotte, In the new theatre,
which is a very handsome one.
Dr. Tait Butler, State veterinarian,
left here today for Minneapolis to at
tend the annual convention of the
American Veterinary Medical Associa
tion, of which he is an ex-presldent.
Editor Josenhus Daniels of the News
and Observer, whose health for the past
two months has not been good, has gone
to the Crockett Arsenic LIthia Springs,
Insurance Commissioner Young has
Issued a license to the United Mutual In-
surance Company of North Carolina, to
do business. Frank B. Colley, formerly
of Boston, Is its president and John B.
Kenney Is the secretary.
Two negro youths of this city were
today held to appear at court for an as
sault with Intent to outrage a negro girl
of their own age.
The executive committee of the trustees
of the State University mot here yester
day authorized the making of some Im
provements of the chape). The water
supply of the University is taken from a
stream and the owner of a mill below
claims damages. The matter will be de
cided by arbitration.
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Mount Pelea, on tha Island of Martial
qua la again said to be La amp Jon. ;
It la aald a syndicate ofj Baltimore
capitalists Is back of the scheaM of con
solidation of tba Portland street Rail
way Uaao, and that tba gas and electric
coaipanlee will be Included. The syndi
cate Is said to be the tame ltbat eaily;ia
tba year effacud a' eooaplidatlon of tha
street railway of San Francisco. - v
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Ti -V '.exicar. Humane Unimcftt
eVnt stay nn orunr Ummrfaf, lr;-'-! it th.oof"
fcaaua l bua ad On out ait uwu ana tfeaaatn
Tba Detroit Southern and Seaboard
Air Una Rill win are about to be con
BUta troops have been ordered to Pan
ther Creek, W. Va, to protect mince and
other property against tbe strikers who
are said to be growing more lawless.
The employees of the Union traction
Company of Chicago will strike and all
efforts to arbitrate tbe differences be-1
tween tba ooaopeay aad employees have
Capt Marmaduke a well known confed I
erate naval commander has engaged to I
command one of the principal battleships
of tha Colombian navy and has recruited
his Teasel wttb all American men.
Wednesday aU through trains were
delayed In FayetUTllle on account of a
burning trestle one mile from that city.
Joan Parker, colored, wu found guilty
nf criminal assault at Durham and will
be sentenced to be banged.
George A. Hill, Inspector of tbe Texas
on field says that tbe gas is so dangerous
to tbe lives of tba operators that over I
100 are overcome dally and danger of
total blindness It greatly feared as a re-1
tult of constant contact
reached a large figure, but It should not
be forgotten that the growth and devel
opment of the Bute demand the In
crease. If North Carolina is to keep up
with the world's progress.
If the Democratic party' Intent wat
for the Bute's Interests, and tbe appro
priations were so made and to expended vote for Democrats, but for Democrats
than let It stand upon Its record, prove to seek out tnecoioreo vow upuuw
lu capability by to financiering that the tame level, and through the same means
flute's lndebtednest may be met, and at b seeks the white man's vote, then is
tha great purposes of education and the liability of the Democratic party, to
Bute development thaU not be checked, urge Itself as being the white man's par-
but continue toward! greater beneficial ty, seriously Impaired, wltb worse to
resulu for all the people.
Let not the present State administra
tis, or neople of North Carolina shrink ,To preserve lu Integrity Jae tba white
. .a. Amanda 'of the times. In U-1 man's party, tha Democratic party of
ing Uieintelvei today, when by ao doing this Bute mutt be one of strict neutral!
Ka Mtnrtie shall be many fold tomorrow ty. Otharwiae iu reputation
i v f,. ., , I particular win be lost.
UHI MRil.' I
There Is an economy which might be
practiced In Bute aff alrt, vastly more
damaging than the aUeged extravagance
of the present State Administration.
If Oaa CoaM Reateai tfce Ralabow,
Many Improbable and Impossible
things would happen If you could only
get In reach of "tbe rainbow. Tbe
little Turk is told that if he would have
a silver bead, with gold teeth and ruby
eyes, be has but to touch the orange
tripe. In Greece they say that the
person so unfortunate at to stumble
over the end of tbe bow will have hla
or her sex immediately changed.
; 1902. - , - ; t
' ; Tba Republican county and BtntnOn
Take a bath in Hancock's Liquid Bui
phur. They are superior to those of tbe
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
follow.lf tuch a course shall be persisted Prickly heat, Eraema, and all skin die-
i rum. m nr iuh uv f . a. luuv.
in. - .... -
Ten per cent of the world't popula
tion Is more or less somnambulistic,'
aald a physician, according to the Phil
adelphia Record, "and every one, at
one time or another, hat done a little
aleepwalklng. I myself when a lad
got up, dressed, took my book and
went to school on a summer pigbt, my
father following close behind to see
that I Should come to no harm.
"Blond persons are more apt to be
somnambulists than dark folk. And In
cold climates there Is more somnambu
lism than In warm ones. In certain-
. How's This?
1 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. , .
f F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, U.
, , , , n -r I UBm liiau in warm vuea.; iu cviuuu
We, tha undertlgned, bava kimr Greenllind yiuagea, I have beeri told.
Cheney for the test 15 years, aad believe
htm nef ectlv honorable In aU butlnaat
and financially able to carry out any ol
Mirations made by their firm.
Wst V Teuax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo. O. . '-r.
WiLnrao. KriWAH '& Masyijc Whole-
" . . . . -j: a aali DraeIsU. Toledo. O.
Tba changed potWon m regu w ----- . . , -
colored cltlsea, as a brtther ana towi, i BI)0n tba blood and mu-1 aerv from Bronchitis,'' writes II John
la most noUbhv tor la moat emphaUcjTOUinrfoftjiesT.teTe,umonIalsl lton.of Broughton, G., "that often
terms It tha colored voter told to "keep Mnt free. Price 75c. per bottle.2LSold by wu nnable to work." Then, wben every
ventlon proceedlnge, In thle campaign I
of 1908, are of more than ordinary inter-1
the but doors are locked from without
by a watchman In order that -those
within may not ' come Jortb In tbelr
sleep and. maybe freeee to death, but
In Egypt and such like hot landa tucb
precaution Is unnecessary." ,
All Were Savel
"For years I sofferedj iuoh,untold mi-
It It not tbat the coloradSmember af
tba Republican party la doing very
HalTe Family PIUs are the. best.
A.M... . . . ...
... i ,i. , rar1 i so uiuiana. wnen ine moon is ni xm
mucfttogwmwuonvonuw-, oblecta re vl8lb,0 at B distance
are, and 'even these few read .on every i p Kren g,) By .tarllght one can
aide, "not wanted, jpoUUcally." ; O, reaa with ease. ,
Tbla not being wanted, was particular I i,, OAUVOHIA,
if noucwin viv w- i i
1 -:- A-..tfnn. and tba report of I PTr""
r- ' TUWMMtt vwmiwvwi - ' m
tba Republican Bute ;convenuon ai
Greensboro, thowt that tha colored to
Ur wu not invited to eoma In, rather
be iu told not to come in.
It calculated to create an out ana out
r ' 1 V en't political party, or at least
t j c colored TOio to Income a f-o-?
, c a i:v 'y to be t-r-t ty poli-
if ft "'
thing else failed, I Wat wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
lion. My wife suffered intensely,, from
Asthma, tin it cured her, and all our ex
perience ' goes : to show it is the beat
Croup medioine la tha world." A trial
win convince you It't unrivaled for
Throat and Lung disease,'' Guaranteed
bottles 60c and $1.08. Trial bottles free
at CD. Bradham'a. -;
' Hairfcraafeea, -..
Hairbrushes .need a weekly cleans-
I tag. for which purpose pse a Quart or
t tepid water containing a tamespooniui
Of cloudy ammonia. Dip the I rlstlea
not the back several timet, rinse and
stand on edge to dry'
Prickly heat cured (none application
YCtJ rrOW WEAT TOU ARE TAXI'S by using of Uancock't Liquid Sulphur,
Wben you take Grove't Tasteless Cbl'J It win also cure Eczema, Fetter, l-imp-
Tonic, because the formula Is puimiy ues, ttingworm, suuruu, vu,
i,,,,,i.i-',,'nr'-, t' f t 11 Uil cores, anaau lain truuuioa u
( . a t siort time. Lcn used as directed. Tor
Ouest-See here. Walter. I've been
waltlnc nearly ao hour for that steak.
, Waltereorry, sir, but tbe cook for-
... . ..j mt tha eombnntlon to the Bare, ana
aula m - .
we had to send for ah expert to open It,
New York Journal.
"A little tighter every day," tummar-l
Izes the anthracite coal situation in Chi-1
cairo. Home dealers are oemanuing a, i
blgb as $11 per ton.
This is not a gentle word but when
you think bow liable you are not to pur
chase for 75c the only remedy untverrally
known and a remedy that has bad the
Largest sale of any medicine In the world
since 1808 for the cure and treatment of
Consumption and Throat and Lung trou
Met without losing Its great popularity a.
these years, you will be thankful we call
ed your attention to Boschee's- German
Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough
remedies made by druggists and others
that are cheap and good for light colds
perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchi
tis, Croup and especially for Consump
tion, where there is difficult ' expectora
tion and coughing during the nights
and mornings, there Is nothing like Ger
man Byrup. Sold by all druggists in tie
civilized world. -
G. G. Green, Woodbury, N. J,.
To be content In utter darkness and
Ignorance is Indeed unmanly.and there
fore we think that to love and find
knowledge must be always right Yet
Wherever pride has any share In tbe
Work even knowledge and light may be
IU pursued. - Knowledge is good,: and
light Is good, yet man perished In seek
ing knowledge, and the moths perish
In seeking light, and if we who are
crushed before the moth will not accept
auch mystery as Is needful to us we
shall perish In like manner. None but
tbe proud will mourn over this, for we
may always know more If we choose
by working on, but the pleasure Is,
think, to humble people, in knowing
that tbe Journey la endless, tbe treasure
Inexhaustible. Buskia : .J; - f. -4. f
Scatters all Records, !
Twice In hospital, F. A. GuUedge, Ver
bena. Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors
to cure a severe case of piles, causing
M tumors. When all failed, Bucklen
Arnica Salve toon (cured him. Subdues
Inflammation, conquers Aches, kills
Paint. Beet salve in the world. 25c at
0. P. Bradham'a drug store. : ?
For a Lame Back,'
;. 5ore Muscles,
" or, in fact,' all Iamenesa and Sore-,
' nesff of your body there is nothing
! that will 'drive out the pain and in
flammation so quickly as, , t
v ... Mexican
' If you cannot reach the spot your
!' self get some one to assist you, for
Z it is essential that the liniment be
' rubbed ia most thoroughly.
. .Mexican ilustang Liniment
rat eomes the aUmnta of horses and all domartlo anlmala. Ia fast,
A Is a flesh healer and pain killer no matter who or what the patient ta.
raai i l!a. '
To My Friends.
It Is with joy,I tell you what Kodol
did for me. 1 was troubled with my
stomach for several months, Upon be
ing advised to use Kodol, I did so, and
words cannot tell the good it has aone
me. A neignoor naa tne ayapeia
that be had tried moat everything. I told
blm to use Kodol. Words of gratitude
bave come to me from bun because I
recommended it. Geo, W. Fry, Viola,
Iowa. Health and strength of mind and
body, depend on the stomach, and nor
mal activity of the digestive organs. Ko
dol, the great reconstructive tonic, cures
all stomach and bowel troubles, indiges
tion, dyspepsia. Kodol digests any good
food vou eat. Take a dose after meals,
F 8 Duffy.
Hot Because Unseated.
Grrinbboro,' Aug. 28. Ex-Congress
man U'Hara or uraven wat Diner ami
outspoken In bit denunciation of the
convention for unseating the colored
delegates. At toon as be ascertained the
action of the committee In reporting ad
versely to his contest he went out on a
side porch and Unburdened : himself.
"The colored people," ha laid, ''are as
glad to get rid of the white Republicans
as they are of us. We eertalnly dp not
need the rag-tags. We are not for any
act of men, bat for principle, and when
principles are repudiated wa know What
to do. Prltohard and no one else can
make ;a contract for me. The colored
people wontt be led ia any tucb manner
at this. We can organise tbe negroes
if they organize against us. We are un-
.English, Classical, Scientific and Commercial for boys and
young men. Seventy-one Boarding Pupils from Seventeen
.'ounties and two BUtes the past year. A M IliUry School
that is not a machine: where CFnctasov irstiad or numbers
is SOUGHT; where troThfol, manly, boNbbt boys are wanted,
a. four years Preparatory Course, giving full and thorough
preparation for CoUege or For Lite. Athletics encouraged,
i barges reasonable, . Term begins Bept 8rd.
i Write lor illustrated catalogue.
J. E. DEBNA1. Sapt
) ,z -z ir w
Or audi t( waU to
Wt ka haa4M Br. MUH TKETRnia (TMUuac
aad trad u a proprittuy awdioim. ana Mr oada la u ai
the Bowel Troubles of
ChlloVea eilir ilea.
Aids JMgcstioa, RcjuUUi
; r:M Child and Makes -
Si TEETHING EASY.
C J. MOFPCTT. M. kh T. LOUIS, MO.
A am. Oa-Nor. Ml MM.
latradiHBoa IM paana
Costs Only 25 cents it friggists,
.u - - Imii, hum vaar a, mi aalM out ttraara
am aaoanl to tin three kandrad fam pm r, wkiik la a ry imi wrtdaaai of IMaarllaad lanaUiluaoa tt
hic'iBtotMaMlbanol U ocxntrr, tnt tk.r otli to a.cualtji MxalomcU Uf ol ikataaauw's
aot aaa or vnmam m qaieaiy mo ywma laciqew wwuaa.
i ,4 .... THB LAMAK RAHKIR DRUO CO.. WaohHato Oractaaa s
-AqncuiiWc. and cMechanical College
A ocmbinatirn d thcr ry and practice, of book study and manual work In
BocinecrlnK, Agriculture, Cbemlstry, Electricity, mechanic Arts H
tOd Cotton Manufacturlnr. Full Courses (4 yean), Hhort Courses ( year i
Special Courses (v took. Initionand room, $10 a term; board 8 a montb.3
SO teachers, SCO students, new building for MP. Write for booklet "A Day
at the &.' AM. College."' ' ' - V
, . President f.Fft. T. WINSTON. Rale'fh. N. C.v. 3
... .. . .1 1 ".n: i. - - -, --, --.-
aer no obligations to tne wne nepuuu-1 1 -
eanaand owe them nothlnc We will aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavaaaaaaa,saieaaiaiaiaaiaaa.
not vote for any ticket that emanates
frosa here.' Our people are not all poor
and we bave got some money and can
make a campaign If necessary. I pledge
that ten colored votes wlU be east agalntt
the Republican party for every Demo
cratic or Independent . vote that H cap-
turer. The colored people wlU be beard
from; they will not vote for a party that
kicks them out.' I'll go la every county
In the Bute where there It any-ghost of
a show for Republican nominees and se
cure enough negro votes ' to bring about I
defeat. There are many white Republi-I
cant who feel at we do." . , "
' K Heeds Tonic -
There are timet wben your Uvef needs
a tonic. Don't give purgatives that gripe
and weaken, DeWitt't Little Early Risen
expel all poison from tbe aystem and act
at tonic to tba liver. W Boott, 631 High
land ave.,Mnton, Ha. tayr,T"I bate car
ried DeWlU't Little Early Risen with
me for several 'yean and. would Apt be
without them.". .Small and easy to Uke
purttfy ;vegeteble. They never gripe or
distress. F, 8. Duffy. ; . - v
wlU yield under favorable condl
; tions 8 to 10 tons of green food per
acre, or 1 to 2 tons of hay and
is worth as a fertilizing crop, $20.
to $25. per acre. Full Information
is contained in our Fall Catalogue
just issued, Which we will mail free
Wood's Fall CaUlogua also tells
all about Vegetabla and Farm
- 3eed for Fall Planting, Seed
: . Wheat, 'OaU, Rye, Barley, -Vetches,
Grass and '
' Clover Seeds, etc ' !.,
Write for FaU CaUlogue and
prtcee of any Beede desired. - , ,t
. t. w. wood & sons;4
Rictr-ond, Va. 1
" GooaV AJrlea. ' -
' "Help! ' Help!" came the cry of dis
tress through the midnight stillness. .
The policeman In the. neighboring
doorway stirred uneasily. Advertise
In the want column,H he muttered and
resumed bis nap. Philadelphia Press.
-. . - : -r '
His Stent Threatened. v
"While picnicking lasrtnonth my 11-year-old
boy was poisoned by some weed
or plant," sayt W H Dibble, of Sioux
City, Ia. "Be rubbed the poison off bit
hands into his eyes and for awhile we
were afraid he would lose sight Finally
a neighbor recommended DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve. The first application helped
him and In a few days he was as well as
ever." For skin diseases, cuts, burn,
sraUla, wounds, insect bites, DeWltt's
Witch Eazel Salve la sure cure. IsoMeves
r!Vfl !t once. JJewnre of Counterfoils.
' Dlbbs (rather shortsighted; overtak
ing total stranger and slapping blm
on back from behind) Hello, old fel
low! How are your Bo glad to see you
again,! Who'd have thought of meet
Brnnger Confound you, sir! How
dare you strike me In that blackguard
ly manner! .Tod ought to bo more
careful Jbat you've got tba tight per
son.' ... T ,
Dlbbs Really, lf f must apofoglae,
but I took you for. the Earl of v Tba
likeness is really won . . t : '
C Stranger (greatly molUfled)-Say ,no
more, air, 1 entreat, I quite see bow
the mistake . occurred. Magnificent
weather. Isn't it? : Good morning to
you; good morning. London Angwi
, A Necessary Precaution. " :
Don't neglect a cold. It it worse than
nnpleasant. It It dangerout. ' By using
One Minute Cough Cure you can cure It
at once. Allays Inflammation, clean the
bead, soothes and strengthens the mu
cous membrane. Cures coughs, croup
throat and lung troubles. Absolutely safe
Acts Immediately. Children like It. F 8
'' Kelrioeru re, Water Coolers,1 Ice
Cream Freezers, Screen Doore,Win
(low Screens Oil and Cook Btovea,
Bangor Lime, Cement,' ; Plaster,
Paints,' C11-, VarniBh; PnMy, Bash,
Docri. lillncl , Jntlert and. all the
nsoful aViiciot ngnallT found in an
, Up-to- let jtlarilwaie Store,; :
- r atgUARTEP.3 FOR
-L-Am all Kinds of ' '
I hereby announce myself as a
Candidate for the Office of Treas
urer of Craven County, subject to
the Democratic Pjiinaries to be
held on September 8rd, 1902.
' ' D. L ROBERTS.
To th Democratic
-voters of Craven
' I hereby announce myself a Can-,
dldate for County Surveyor, tubject
to the Democratic) Primaries. '
A: Josiah Tingle.,
- ' For Constable,
Having been solicited by my many
friends I wish to announce my candidacy
for thai offlce of constable of township
No. 8, subject tn the decision of tha
HtNEY T. BUINSON.
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.7 " T' Attorney at Law,
74 Bo. Front Et , Opp. Hotel Chattawka
' Kaw Ens, n. a ,
Crav "mintj Attorney. , 1
C:i C.a'-on, Join Onslow.JCart
en t, 1 .i-o, t - oii, Lenoir, and, tba
, 1 1 . 1 Courts.
F.B. 1 : v! .
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