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iW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY JULY 13. 1906. SECOND SECTION.
V ' V
ON LITTLE BOY
Mouth and Eyes Covered With
Crusts-Face Itched Most Fear
fully Hands Pinned Down to
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
'When mjr little boy ni ix months old, he
bad tciema. The lores extended so quickly
(W the whole body that we at once called in
the doctor, we then
went to another doctor,
but he could not help
him, and in our despair
we went to a third one.
Matters became so bad
that he h-.d regular
hole in his cheeky
lsrga enough to put
finger into. The food
fcaa to be given with &
spoon, for his mouth
- was covered with crusts
aa thick as a finger, and
whenever he opened the
r.iouth thojr began to
bleed and suppurate, as
did also his eyes.
Hands, anns, cheat, and
back, in short the whole
body, was covered over
and OTer. Wj had no
rest by day or night.
Whenever lie was laid
in his bed, we had to
pin his hands down:
otherwise he would
scratch his face, and
make an open sore. I thiuk his face must
hare itched most fearfully.
" We finally thought nothing could help,
and I had made up my mind to send my wife
with the child to Europe, hoping that the sea
air might cure him, otherwise he was to be
put under good medical care there. But,
Lord be blessed, matters came differently,
, and we soon saw a miracle. A friend of ours
spoke about Cnticura. We made a trial with
Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent, and
within ten days or two weeks we noticed a
decided improvement. Just aa quickly as the
sickness had appeared it also liegan to dis
appear, and within 1 "U weeks tl.e child was
absolutely well, and his skin v,-as smooth and
white as never before." F. llohratli, President
of the C. L. Hohrath Company, Manufact
urers of Silk Ribbons, 4 to 20 Rink Alley,
June 8, 1905. South Bethlehem, Pa.
dittcura Srttp, Olntm-'it, pmI I's'.la criM throughout
th world. Potter Drug fe C!k'i. I'u-u., SU l'rops.,lkntoo.
asraUUwl Free, Mliyw t- C .in. lor the fsfciu."
Turkey is said to object lo the United
States raising Us legation in Constan
tinople to an embassy.
Four Departments Collegiate,
Graduate, Engineering and Law.-"
Large library facilities. Well
equipped laboratories in all de
partments of science. Gymna
sium furnished with best appa
ratus. Expenses very moderate.
Aid for worthy students.
Young Men wishing to Study
' Law should Investigate the
superior advantage ottered
by tht Department of Law In
For catalogue and further in
D. W. Newsom, Registrar, ,
' DURHAM, N. C,
' :e A first-class preparatory school
Certificates of graduation accept
ed for entrance; to" reading Souih
era colleges, i ) - . :''.' :
Beit Equipped Preparatory School In .
the South,; . .,
Faculty of -ten officers .land"
. teachers, -i Campus. 'Of ;f.e.venty-;V
'five acres.- Library containing"
thirty thousand. volumes...; Well
"equipped - gymnasium, i; High
standards and modern methods p-.
Instruction;' Frequent lectures
by psominent - lecturers; Expen-
sea exceedingly moderate.' Seven '
years of phenomenal success. ,
For catalogue and " Other infor-"'
- mation, address ... r. Kt, :
' H. M.NoTH, Headmaster, Jii'i
' -' t '' f t ' I ' DUR,IAM, N. 0 J
-Hi 4: hA
: (viii.t1(f(.yT.- 4 a
. OistrjDUtt.rS. fbf CraVen, Car-
llCO Rpi'ufort' And KiriC -r'
. m ' o
By Brother Workman on the
Aberdeen Section of Sea-
DIES AFTER AN OPERATION
ftT RALEIGH HOSPITAL.
Aslant EHope. First Train Over
linli'ijrh'nnil Sontliport Kernel to Fay
etteville. Freight Not Yet Taken.
State Charter. Director State
Special to Journal. )
Raleigh, July 10. With head badly
crushed and facing death, a young
white man named Phillips was brought
to Raleigh from Aberdeen, early this
morning, having been employed in track
laying along that section of the Sea
board road. Phillips died this after
noon after being operated rn at the
hospital here. His skull was terribly
broken from a heavy blow struck with
a heavy railroad wrench.
Particulars of the man's home and
people are not obtainable. The assail
ant is said to have returned to work af
ter committing the deed and then to
have left, Aberdeen. The men were at
work two miles from Aberdeen. The
body was shipped tonight to Aberdeen
on order from the Coroner of Moore
county. Parties traveling along the
road realized Phillips' condition and a
collection was taken up and he was
brought to Raleigh. He was reported
to have been without medical attention
from mid-day till his arrival here.
The first train over the Raleigh and
Sou'hport railroad was run through to
Fayetteville this afternoon, connection
having been established at mid-day.
The train left here after time, having
waited for the Seaboard passengers.
Freights will not be operated for some
time yet, but passenger service will be
maintained from today.
Chartered Southern Star Wood Filler
Company, Greensboro, $5,000 stock, H.
H. Emmons and others incorporators.
; Governor Glenn has appointed B. W.
EdwardB, of Snow Hill, Greene county,
on board of directors of the State Hos
pital at Goldsboro to fill the unexpired
term of Dr. Elisha Porter deceased.
'J. M. Moore & Co., of Swan Station,
Moore county, filed involuntary peti
tion, in bankruptcy.
ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS.
Civil 'EiiginecriiiR Depart
ment United States Says
They Are Needed in
i-;.. V : VL ilipi nesJ jparm-
-; . (Special correspondence.)
: Raleigh, June 11 The second day's
session of the North Carolina Farmers
convention- opened ' auspiciously -this
morning and with a torpor attendance
A Urp over the A. & 'M..College farm
-was-tnade-at-stJr-o'eltvk -this morning
an. a goodly crowd followed out the
itinerary. Today's 'morning i session
was devoted to -special-- programme of
dairymen," the institute workers., and
the women who are so deeply Interested
in farming and so closely related there
to:;' The afternoon Pesslon was general
nt was participated tn by experts in
more technical lines,' I I
The case of State'vs M. t. Norris!for
alleged arson has been set for "trial to
morrow in Wake county Superior court.
Able council is employed for the de
fendant and the State will be ably
backed by twd olhefttorneys in addi'
tion to the solicitor. . I ', '
' The civil engineering department of
the Agricultural and Mechanical Col
l;ge is in receipt of a letter fro.-n the
United States War Department invit
lng attention to the fact that engineers
and surveyors ore needed in the Philip
pine service and asking that the co-,
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operation of the college in bringing the
uatcs. The department is askec to file
a list of the graduates in tht event that
tljey may be directly communicated
with. Acceptance of such Work is under ,
.', mA . ti.,L.
ot a desirable nature are held out in the
- Tfue Bill Against Morris
Special to Journal. ! ,
I Raleigh,' jut-i2.The Grand jury Carpenters Demands Refused
VAtnrnAfl n 'tribal. ,11 nr-n mf Hl,.l,.n..n....'.1 i. T .i 1 . .. , . .V
Tyson Morris," the well known merchant
cou"try . noRf this citv- The firs
,curreu last coruary and It is charged
was made to obtain insurance.
Great Addpe88 1Jy secretary
Grimes on State's Agri
cultural Progress and.'
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, July 10-The North Caro-
i lina Farmers Convention met today.
e opening address was by S. L. Pat-
terson, commissioner 01 i-vgimunuic,
followed by patriotic address of wel
come by Governor Glenn, which was
marked by enthusiasm and praise of
State and its development in air ways.
C, C. Moore, President and ex presie'ent
of Cotton Growers Association of North
Carolina, made the response.
At the afternoon session, Hon. J.
Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State,
spoke on "Ten years of progress in ag
riculture, and agricultural outlook in
North Carolina. " He expressed a gen
eral view of the State's resources, con-
trarted present and old methods, re
viewed the period of depression among
fcirmers and conditions today. Spoke
specifically of adaptation of methods
of steam ind power against, men pow
er, occasioned by scarcity of labor.
Explained that scientific agriculture
had done more in a scientific way than
the appliance of any other type of
science. Was emphatic in statement
that old and supposed barren lands once
almost abandoned had been brought in
to state of greatest profit bearing to
day, because of improved applicat ion
of chemical fertilizers, and noted the
fact that today two and three crops are
grown where one was considered a
hopeless task. Dwelt with force on
educational development, road building
as factor, rural routes, and the parcels
post, also local tax elections and their
effect on education.
Doctor Tait Butler, State Vetrinar-
ian, was strong in his treatment of the
tick trouble, giving three reasons, first
it did sufficient damage by- sucking
blood and depleting stock; second, con
veyed tick fever which killed more cat
tle between May and December than
any six other diseases; third, Federal
quarantine restriction, which so mili
tated against "profitable vc-aring and
breeding, ard depreciated values, some
times as much as a quarter cent a
pound. Have proven the practicability
since have exterminated in ten coun
ties of State.
A. G. Green was impressive and prac
t'cal, and followed in a talk, spoke
against present lien law' as operating
against merchants, farmers, land own
ers and tenants.
Prof. Hume, J. S. Jeffrey, Dr. Wil
cox were not present, will speak at
later time, possibly tomorrow. At
night session speeches were made by C.
B. Harris,- A. L. French and Ed H
Webster, the last chief of dairy divis
ion at Washington, D. C.
There's no gift of earth or sky.
Which your rich stores withhold, "
It is the breath of life to me, r''
..Your famous Rocky Mountain Tei.
, F. S. Duffy,
- Involves Millions , " i
Special to Journal. " y
Chicago- July . 12 Carpenters nd
iron , workers have struck .and three
thousand men have, gone oui In re
sponse to the order of the strike com
rhittee"oT ttuir labor unionsThe. action
involves two million' dollars and has
caused a blockade in work,,.,.. :: '''
. ".' Fatal Motor Car. Accident
Special to Journal. '
London, July 12. While going down
a steep" hHC'lhe"l)rakes on a motor onv
riibus Irowded with passengers broke
ani the car ran down the hilk ;six poo-
ple were; kilfedjanot a 8cbter, or more.
Death of George W. Cobb
'Special M Journal, f-" ,' .' "
Elizabeth" City, "July 12. --Mr. George'
tir' K.I.V' " n .hljilL jit rin. i' j!' 1
r... who, . vy!'ct.y vu8ton'.Vueij
sere, today of . an attack heart disi
Raleigh;' July- ll-Contrac'tors have
signed Ironclad agreement not to grant
carpenters their demand, of , ten-hows
pay for nine hours work-There are BO
union carpenters in the city.
AND ONE SECONDJ
The Trophies Awarded iXew
Bern Laddies at the Fire
A RECORD ESTABLISHED
BY THE ATLANTIC.
Some Interesting nnd Exciting Events
at Ashevill Yewterduy. Six "Teams
Rnled" Oit in hmv Wagon
Race, is'ext Meeting Will
lie in Wilmington.
Special to Journal.
Asheville, July 11 The Firemen's
Convention adjourned Wednesday night
at midnight. All old jfiicers were re
elected by acclamation and amidst great
enthusiasm. This has been as genuine
ly enjoyable a tournament a3 has ever
been held. The people of Asheville
have shown their hospitality in many
different ways and leave nothing un
done that wi'l contribute to the comfort
and pleaf ura of the visitors. This
tournament marks the largest attend
ance of any witoin the history of the
Thero wera several invitations from
cities but Wilmington otl'ered the big
The rule that entertaining c ities
should furnish hose was repealed but
this, however, dues not pertain to the
The contests today were exciting and
interesting. The New Bern boys kept
well up to the front in all the events in
which they participated. In the quick
steaming contest New Bern won against
Goldsboro, the only other entry. She
lowered the record 22 seconds and has
established what may be called th
Following is the time:
New Bern 2 06J.
In the long distance water throwing
contest Goldsboro won first money,
throwing a stream 237 feet, 9 inches
against New Bern's 219 feet, 10J inches.
. In the hose wagon race the following
is the list of t'P.ms entered and time
Raleigh, Rescue, 28.
Rocky Mount, :J0 2-5.
Goldsboro No 1, 31.
Durham No 1, 0.
Rale'gh, Capital, 0.
New Bern, 0.
Goldsboro, Eclipse, 0
Kinston, 0. H -,
Asheville, 0. - -
In the hook and ladder race Raleigh
beat Asheville. ( . '
Raleigh, 4. :
Asheville, 45 2-6. '
A fact that caused so many failures
in the horse wagon race was thi extra
ordinary' strong1 water ' pressure that
was furni'shedVlTO pounds pressure. .
New Bern s share in .the prize money
is fel00, The boyos are well satisfied
with their efforts. '-
' Dreyfus Vindicated.' '
Special to Journal, , . . .-.r
Paris; July 12-The . Supreme Court
of France ha annulled the condemna
tion proceedings against Capt.' preyfus
and he.! is completely , vindicated of
charges against him. ,-Tha coijrt also
orders that he be restored to liis full
rank in the army.'
' Dreyifus Va9 first ' arresledj about
twelve, years ago. .and his case won
world wide sympathy and renown,. He
was convicted of selling military' secrets
'to the German government and Was de
graded and sentenced' SoMife Irpprisoh-
mci)t 6n. peyils Island in the Carribean
Sea. He says the ordeal he has had
has been hard to bear but he felt' that
ht nrniilrl eventiialiv be AcriiiUted of the
charges, lie 'expresses ""thaiikk -to his
friends who remained true"t6'1ji
who made this actien' posslbla.
(.jntf J" - i - ;''' ,
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' The' following -delegate from Onslow
county were transferred froiti the Coast;
Line train to the train to Morehead last
n rrht to attend the Senatorial ksonven-
Messrs. S. B. TayTorfW. K Kellura,
C. A. Pctteway, R: B. Jarman, J. F.'
Bell, ,-W.cMV Thompson, J. W. Burton,
R." P Hinton, F. W. Harget, ; E, ; Mr
t-na r. w t,-.w .e.w.- iti:
'J.Dr.B." L. Klhjni, liodolph Duffy.
Eighth Senatorial District
Convention at Morehead a
Much Rag C'lu'wing and Waste of Time
in Convention That 'Ceroid Have
Been Put to Better Use. Full
Attendance of Delegates
ment to Craven.
The Eighth Senatorial convention
was held at Morehead City yesterday
and it was very much on the order of
an Adams-Bkickburn affair There was
discussion over a non essential techni
cality which to the casual observer
seemed like a waste of words and test
of temper all unnecessary. :
The convention was called to order at
1:30 by Col. S, B. Taylor, of Onslow;
the chairman of the executive commit
tee, Mr. W. S. Chadwick, was detained
by sickness. Mr. J. E. Debnam of
Greene couuty was elected tempoiary
secretary. The roll call of counties
was made to ascertain whether thera
wore contests in the lists of delegates.
All answered none except Lenoir and
right there was the beginning of the
first and worst scrap. Mr. E. M. Land
secretary of the Lenoir delegation an
nounced that there was a contest and
Mr. Plato Collins made the assertion
that there was none, stating that the
list presented -was duly authorized and
signed by the chsirman anJ secretary,
Mr. Land hi tnselt being the secretary.
Mr. Land insisted that there was a con
tort on b-jc-iuse the d-jU-gutes wen-
not allowed to appoint their own dele
gates. After considerable oi3cuasion
some of which showed some temder,
other delegates butted in trying to
allay the difficulty and they made it all
the worse. " The confusion made by
this Dlav was of course intense. The
matter was ended by the convention
putting Lenoir county on the creden
The appointing of committee on reso
lutions and platform was the next in
order and was as follows: Dr C N
Mason, R A Nunn, J B Frazelle, T D.
Warren, L R Varser. W M Thompson.
The committee on permanent organiza
tion were D C Wade, E M Green, E L
Horton, L P Tapp, W B Sande.-s. After
the appointment of these committees
the convention took a recess of thirty
minutes. . '
Upon resuming proceedings the com
mittee on permanent organization re
ported Mr. Plato Collins, of Lenoir as
chairman arid Walter Thompson, of
Onslow, aa Secretary. The report of
the committee on resolutions and plat
form was made through Mr. L. R,
Varser. It endorsed the platform as
adopted. by the State Democratic Con
vention; the temperance laws as shown
in the Watts and the Ward lawsj Sena
tor Simmons' candidacy for re-election
to the United States Senate. They is
sued inetaruetioiw to the nominees that
they should assist in every way' enact
ment of laws compelling the material
and substantial reduction of freight and
passenger rates. Ths report was unan
imously adopted. ;
The" nomination of candidates were
then fn order. Carteret yielded her
right to make nomination tq Lenoir and
L, RliYarser placed the name ot Y. 'I.
Ormond before the convention; Mr. C,
E. Foy nominated D L Ward; 1 .second
to Ward's nomination came from Mr.
Lindsav. of Greene, Mr." Arendell and
Dr. Sanders of Carteret,'and T D War
ren, of Jones, Dr. Mason presented the
name of J W Burton, of Onsloy amid
ereat cheers. , '! ,, .. ... . !
Messrs Thompson and Duffi made
speeches endorsing the nomination and
Mr S M Brinson spoke in favor (Of D I.
Ward. The vote was then takei Which
was,.as follows. , - "'
. - ; , Qrmond Burton Ward
Carteret, v 20 "' t
Craven,": r- .' -:r" 32
Greeher ':'! fr- t vi ;8
-"( fNn"5 23-24 V5 -'
' 30 . '..'') iv : '':
i , ; -y'7$v58 23-24...64.J.24
During tha count of the ballot Mr.
Ward addressed. 9 th.(. convention exr
pressing his appreciation of . thO. ork
done by his, friends in,,his behilf, not
only in the convention,., but r.Jn the en
tire campaign He said that ne per
ceived that the sentiment of the con
vention was not in his favor,, and that
he would withdraw; he then made the
motion that reconvention casta unan-
imous ballot ' for Messrs Crmond and
Burtoh, thev motion-was seconded by
Cravencounty ana. tM convention, was
ai an enu
I Your are often out of sorts, yourv
body1 la--ks energy, "your nerves,,, are,
weak; bad taste in your mouth,; why not
help.nature by taking llellister's Rocky
Vnm,tin fM. ..Tea or .Tablets: ',35
THE PRESIDENTS CU.
lie States Too Little Interest
is Taken in Farmers Meet
ings. Farmers to .Help
A. & M. College.
Special to Journal.
Raleigh, J u'y 11. -President Moore,
of the State Farmers Convention made
a big sensation today .when he charged
State officials, city officials, merchants,
manufacturers, bankers and profess
ional men for their notable indifference
in regard to the farmerf meetings. He
saM that it was a matter of intense re
gret that no hand of hospitality and
welcome had been extended to the vis
iting farmers inasmuch as the farmers
contributed so much to their welfare.
His remarks were strong and were
directed to the citizens.
A resolution was introduced by Mr.
E. L. Daughtridge and seconded by Mr.
R. H. Gower, and it was unanimously
adopted that a special tax be levied on
farms for the support of the Agricult
ural and Mechanical College be in
amount taken from the State treasury
funds as others not specifically taxed
for other departments.
That agricultural education is entitled
to the same helpful nurture as in other
brauches, -that in no wise shall special
fertilizer tax be diverted to other inter
ests from agricultural advancement af
ter the farmers of the State receive for
their business the same support and
consideration that other interests re
ceive. The executive committee of the
North Carolina cotton growers associa
tion after consideration of the resigna
tion of President C. C. Moore, of Meck-
nburg county, declined to accept it,
holding in abeyance until the special
meeting to be held in August.
The afternoon session was devoted to
tispection of agricultural buildings,
band concert, and address of H. C.
Docke.-y, Chairman of the Executive
Committee Cotton Growers Association
His words were admonishment to higher
and more ethical life among farming
classes appealed especially for boys on
the farm, their proper care and nourish
ment as well as education and more
encouragement of gentler and subtler
amenities that civilize and educate.
Mr. Dockery paid high tribute to Presi
dent Moore and reviewed successes and
strugles of cotton growers. . Qe called
on farmers for more liberal support
showing how association had so slight
beginning in resources and direct re
lief afford by merchants, -others em
phasizing need for corporation and
direct help among themselves.
Murdered Then Burned
Special to Journal
Minneapolis, July 11. Miss Nellie
Ellison of Ellsworth, was murdered to
day by being struck on the head with a
hammer. .The body was then tied-to a
couch which was saturated With bit and
the couch set on fire. It is thought
that the murderer is M, P. Wilson who
was a, rejected lover, (
Union Men Kllf Police
Special to Journal. , ,, , ;
New York, July 11. Special police
climbed up eight stories in building is
the process of construction to make an
arrest and were attacked by 100 j union
iron workers. One officer was killed
being thrown down to the ground.. The
pthcr two officers were badly' hurt,
' Briital Russian j Officer Killfed.
Special to JourhaL ! ,. ,! '
SebastapoL July Uth-rVice Aldmiral
ChonkninVas assailed and stabbed by
a Russian sailox. He jcommanded a
fleet in the Black Sea and was ireatly
disliked OiiOTCount of his severjty and
brutality which were the causes of last
years mutiny. n"f.'Mi'
Railroad Heavily Fined j r
Special to Journal
'; Chic's go',"! JuTy' ll. The Chicago &
Alton . ' RailwayCa. which "was found
iruiltv ! at kadMSuty'hst week' of
granting ill.QK.al rebates was sentenced
today tto pay a fine of $40,000, and two
'j the company's officers were fined
- m' addiUon th foer
IT.' . i .n. smy .-w-'vV... -i
Ice Sharks Brought to Tawt , ,
.. Special. to journal. y ! i i
T ' . .- - . . !" -.v v.-'
s Washingtoivi Julyj WnTha Grand
Jury hag returned true bills against Ice,
v y fo,; conspiracy W raise prices
;s . ' ,.
violation ot the Sherman and the
FALSE ALARMS .
Fanners Convention Closed.
Meetings Well Attended.
! Interesting Topics.
FEDERAL SUIT AGAINST-
ATLANTIC COAST USE.
Hackett's Chances to Win are Bright.
Hot Democratic Campaign. -Golf
Links at Country Club. Site
For Union Passenger Sta-v.
tion. Finance Com
mittee Meets.- :
Raleigh, July 12. The Finance Com- '
mittee of the North Carolina Board of
Agriculture is in session- to-verify the
accounts and to transact routine busi- ;
neas. The committee is composed of
Hon. S. L. Patterson, chairman; Wm.
Dunn, New Bern; J. P. McGray, Lau
rinburg; J. M. Firehand, Tynerr A. T.
McCallum, Red Springs. - The. work
will donsume two or three days. : '
A violation of the city ordinanco re
specting pulling of false . ore alarms
was at a late hour laBt night the means
of calling attention of the Chief of the
Fire Department to the inefficiency of
the present alarm system, - The falsa
alarm developed the fact that the. gonge
were not working at fire-headquarters,
or in the rooms of the call firemen.
The system is ' being overhauled and
By the breaking of a scaffold three
Raleigh carpenters precipitated , some
thing more than feet without any serf
The executive committee of the State
Hospital Board iB meeting for -routine
business. .... '
The closing session of the .North, Caro
lina State Farmers Convention was
largely attended this morning, the
specefic work of the various apartments
being more than noteworthy;
United States District Attorney Skin -
ner who is here has brought suit in the
United States District Court at Wil
mington for $4,500 against the Atlantic-
Coast Line for penalties for failure to
provide safety appliances for trains
and- thus violating the law made which
requires such appliances.... ,
Large numbers of Republicans re
turned today from the - Greensboro
State Convention. They laid that
Blackburn had raised a ' great clamor
there and had been literally snowed
under; buried deep, as they expressed
it, but said he had shown his manhood'"
last night by moving to make the act
Ion of the convention unanimous. It
was a fight to a finish, these Republi
cans said. They added that the Black
burnites had interrupted , Secretary
Tait quite a lot during his speech.
Among today's arrioala, was , Richard
N. Hackett of Wilkesboro," Democratic
nominee in the 8th district" He is al
ready to 'Work to win and is bright and
hopeful but the party will hawe to do
its very, best to maka..him a, pinner.
That is the only way to get success,
some of the most influential men in the
district say?' Among other arrivals was
Joru S; Cunningham who" can to at
tend the .Farmers State Convention.
He was asked about tobacco and said
he had seen many crops in the Pied
mont, section and in that ..section the
crop- is a. very good, average one with
healthyjand tall, plants! , .
The hot Uemocratic campaign in this
eoimty continues and a'ffllmbertf Dem
ocrats remarked that they -eanhot see
how it does the party a bit .of food. It
is one of the. warmest, campaigns on
record here. " ' .. '
Steps 'are being taken to have a
country club and golf Itnki 'here and
also; possibly, to have-- a maaement
haUr on a. large scale, . topluding a ahat-
ing rink which is, yery, greatly needed.
Until a country club, with golf links is
provided the" finest hotel here will re
main' closed W ft li not the purpose to
bring Northern' -vkitors- to -Jtaleigh
without providing them with the amuse
menta they fancy,,,,:,
What has been long known as the
Batchelor place here on the south side
of the parfc which faces the Union pas
senger staekm has been purchased by a
Raleigh firm and will be vised, as a mar
ble yard, This place way for a great
many years the property of the Tucker
family, so promfneht "teTO'ahd at the
clone Of the war was the headquarters
Of General Nelson- A, - Miles,,U, S. A.,
who afsexwaida,becaroe tha. general at
Carrie Nation to the Front
Special to Journal r . '
Dallas texas July "ii-turrie ITa-
tion,.of hatchet fame haste, a ii, i: ' '
by the grand jury for seii li. 4 o!
circular through the iniu.a e
Private Talks to Boys.'
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