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NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY, ''N. C, TUESDAY OCTOBER 16, 1906.-FIRST SECTION.
The beat form of temporary investment ' that a farmer
can find for money that he is holding for nae in the near future
is one of our t : '
- : ICE 0LHFE3B CF tECT 1 .
Cashed at any time without notice but if lef t six months in
terest will be paid at 4 per eent. a year.
JAMES B. BLADES, Pres. Wat. B. BLADES, V-Pres.
' t GEO. B. PENDLETON, Cashier. ' " , '
65 POLLOCK ST.
Events of Past Three Days
, Tersely Told For Jour
nal Readers. ;
TOO DEED '
; ' can am
Industrial, Commercial, Social, Religi
- ens. Criminal and Political .
1 Happenings Condensed In
Few Lines. .
Charel Hill, Oct." 13-Today the
University observed the 114th annivev-,
sary of its foundation with appropriate
services and remarks. Edwin A. Ald
erman. President of the U of .Va., was
made Doctor of Laws. A letter was
read from R B Creecy of Elizabeth
QtT the oldest living alumnus.
Basaee Terre, Island of Guadeloupe,
Oct 12. Reports say that Mount Pe
tes on the island of Martinique is again
In a state of eruption.
. New York, Oct 12. The col i wave
has bad a noticeable effect on trade,
which has greatly increased, Tso says
Don't mercantile report. The stock
market advanced today.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 12. Wayne
Gooch, beat known as the king of moon
shiner in Virginia, plead guilty in
court, here, and was fined $1,000.
Chicago, Oct 12. The National
Parity Convention closed here today.
Thousands of women, representing
every part of the .world attended the
cessions: The adjournment was im-j
mcdiatelv succeeded b a -visit to the
tenderloin district where many prayers
were offered for fallen women.
Raleigh, Oct 12. President George
T. Winston, of the Agricultural and
I! echanica) College said today that the
basing question had been settled there,
every cadet having signed a written
agreement that there should be no more
' of it He said all the atodenta did this
voluntarily. That this action followed
ineetingtof 'all the classes at which
t!.!s coarse was agreed upon. 'The
p'c ' es have been signed as stated, and
f ' ..din the hands of the. faculty.
TL-y cover hazing in every form and
rermit no interference whatever with
rs:;ton, Oct 12. The democrats are
C ' to State Convention of
ts party. There is but one choice for
governor, the present incumbent, Hon,
iuf,ctjrcr. He will probably bo
lasted ly acclamation. He is now
".'Z on the Paciflc coast
'.'i. ' .1 Oct 13. The strikeof
i f " y mechanics is
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Kingston, N, Y., Oct. 13. The steam
era Adirondack and Saratoga collided
on the Hudson river last night during a
fog. One person is missing. ' The
steamer Saratoga was nearly wrecked.
" Raleigh, Oct 11 James H Poo says
a committee will go to New York in a
few daya to investigate the work of the
policy holders committee nominated to
take charge of the Mutual Life and New
York and they will report to the Policy
Holders Association. The report will
roast the whole, committee business.
Mr Poo says that North Carolina policy
holders as well as those of other States
will certainly have a voice in the man
agement at the election next year,
. Haverill, Mass. Oct 15-A city law
went into effect today requiring all un
der the age of 21 to be off the street by
nine o'clock unless they can show good
reason for being out
; Washington Oct. 15-The sheriff of
the county of which Chattanooga is the
county seat files dissent in the United
States Supreme court to the charge of
contempt of allowing a negro who was
a United States' prisoner to be lynched.
The sheriff contends (that the Johnson
case was not appealable.
Greensboro, Ala. Oct 15-Over 1000
bales of cotton were destroyed by fire
Asheville, Oct IS An engine on the
Southern railway ran away today and
dashed into freight train badly wound
ing six men. " - .. ,-
Durham, England; Obt 15 An ex
plosion of fire damp in a coal mine caus
ed the entombment of 200 miners, of
whom 27 were killed early this morning.
People working on the rescue 'of the
men have been assured by signals that
many are uninjured but that they must
be rescued at once or they will perish.
Fayetteville, Oct 15. News has
reached here that a white man baa
been lynched by negroes, It is under-
stood that the man had trouble with
some negroes and that the latter went
to his house at tight took him in his
night clothes and hung him to a tree,
The details of the affair have not yet
boon learned as it took place in a se
cluded part of the county.
Memphis, Oct 15 Rev. Sam Jones,
the world renowned preacher and evan
gelist, died on the sleeping car this
morning en route from Oklahoma City
to this place. He had conducted a se
ries of meetings in the former city in
an unfinished auditorium and while
there contracted a cold which undoubt
edly caused his death.
V.'f " n, Oct 15. President
Eooeeve't has refused to interfere with
the death sentence of the colored sail
ors, Adams and Sawyer, who with
another sailor, already executed, killed
the captain, mate, eook and sailor of
the schooner Harry Berwiud, on the
high seas near Wilmington, N. C, in
rOctober 1505. The hanging will take
place at Wilmington.
. C:.'3 cf S;:-.h
Harvie Jordan, Vr .'..ut ef the Sou
thern Cotton Association will adlrers
t'.e eotton trow'"? funncrs of t'.is
(eat Raleigh Friday, at the State
r ! at 2:30 p. m. FresidenU Smith
" S ; h Carolina and Witherspoon of
i will also be present an J
if t'e c?mrE:e from the
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Young Women Think New
Rules Regulating Foot-
. ball Too Tame.
Deputy Revenue Colloctors Make a
- Raid: The Damage Done By ,
. . , Frost Democratic Cam- . .
palgn Active.1- -' t .
Special Corre8pondence.l v ,
Raleigh Oct 12.-The Daughters of
the Confederacy el the State propose
to buQd a memorial arch over the en
trance of the Confederate cemetery
here. This cemetery was first put in
use in 1866 and to it was removed a
number of bodies of soldiers which
were taken from a point where the
National Cemetery now is, while a num
ber were brought here from Bentons
ville and Averysboro. Some Confed
erates wounded died in hospitals here
and were also buried in this cemetery.
There are now over 1200 graves. The
inmates of the" Soldiers Home who die
here lie there. The situation is a very
commanding one facing southward and
in plain view of the Soldiers Home and.
overlooking part of the city. The eem
etery adjoins Oakwood, the maia ceme
tery here. . The Confederates monu
ment which stands near one corner m
of white marble and was erected m
1866, partly by legislative appropriat
ion and was one of the first, if not the
first put op in the state.
Wood dealers here say there is al
most a wood famine. They say they
never saw wood so scarce at this, sea
son and give as a reason for it that the
railways do not care to haul it, the mar
gin of profit being so smaE. Several
of them said today that they could not
fin any orders. 4- ;
Deputy revenue collectors made a
raid yesterday in Orange county; capt
ured a still in full blast and also arrest
ed one operator, who was in the act of
filling jugs with whiskey. Seven large
ium were seized and sent here to be
The transfer post office at the Union
passenger station has become to be an
important branch . of the post office.
Clerks say on an average of about two
thousand letters are handled there ev
ery day. There are two clerks, one on
duty at night and the other during the
The frost uTthis section affected only
exposed places today and the weather
bureau people say they did not think it
had done any damage immediately
around Raleigh. At Lomberton it was
heavy, the temperature being 82 de
grees; at Weldon it was heavy with 33
degrees temperature, while at Greens
boro it waa killing, temperature 29.
Here the temperature was 83 degrees
at the weather station, while on the
ground it was probably two degrees
Th Democratic campaign in Wake is
just now very active indeed. The Re
publicans are also at work at their can
At the State Fair Hfc'xt week there
will be no improper shows, and gamb
ling of every kind is to be strictly
barred. The latter regulation is a very
difficult one, of course, to' be carried
out '" ' .
The Raleigh Iron Works is filling an
order from the Cherry Ron Logging Co.
of Scran ton, Pa., for $11,000 worth of
logging trucks, to be used at Radford,
In the Supreme court there was argu
ment in the case of the East Lake Lum
ber Company against the Buffalo City
Killing Company of New York, involv
ing 148,000 acres of tiraberland in Dare
county. Fruden and Shepherd appear
ed for the plaintiffs and Aydlett and
Meliss for the defense.
The Board to Revise the Regulations
of the North Carolina National Guard
met here today, General Armfield pre
siding, mere nave been inree regu
lations Issued, in ' 1877, 1884 and
It appears that some of the young
women do not like the modified game
of f jotlall because there is no bone-
tr'. ..m in it On the street car yes-
Wry on the way to the game between
r.ichmonJ Co'.:, and the A. & II.
tf m a your,-' woman said: "I don't
re t',i r pma. It doesn't lay
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City of Groensboro Has Suit
in U. S. Court on Account
; . of Contest Claim on
' Brick Contract.
UXrnEGECENTED Cr.:ViD AT
CEHTF.fl COM Fill
Fine Service of Southern Railroad.
Beautiful Exhibits!., Many Social
' Fnnctions on Account of The
Fair. - Cupids Badness En-
h s ; j hanced by The Fair.". -'
.. Special Correspondence. 1
GreensboroXct 13-Judge Boyd ixsued
an order today postponing the opening
of the United States District Court at
Asheville, from November 5th to Nov
ember 8th on account of the election.
The jury in the Federal Court was
given the case which , haa been on trial
all the week, wherein Mrs. Lula May
of Winston is suing the Norfolk and
Western Railroad company for $25,000
damaged for the deatn or her husband
an engineer in a wreck on the road two
years ago, at noon yesterday, and last
night brought in a verdict giving plain
tiff, $5,500. "The railroad took an ap
peal Aii other eases onv the. docket
were necessarily continued,' and court
Deputy Marshall; Joe" Millikan left
for Atlanta this morning, taking the
three white men sentenced to the Nat
ional prison last week for illict distill
ing. ---r v
Next week in the Federal court the
suit gaint the city to collect the
amount still due on the vitrified brick j
pavinewlll be brought The amount
alleged to be due is about 518,000. The
city has declined to pay it because i t
claims the contract was not complied
with. It haa been known ail the time
that the suit would be brought It would
have been brought sooner but for the
fact that the construction company had
to go through the formality of going
before the Boai-d of Aldermen and pre
senting its claim, 'fr:.''
The unprecedented ., attendance pot
only Thursday, hut by comparison with
other days of previous' fairs,, of every
one of the four days this week at the
Central Carolina Fair, is, encouraging
to the management, and should be so
to the Raleigh fair managers. I had
been advertised far and wide, that not
gambling or swindling games or devices
and no lowed or improper shows would
be permitted oo the widway or on the
grounds. ' This promise was faithfully
kept and people flocked here from
everywhere. ! The' new fangled turn
stiles at the various entrances being
after the pattern of those used at St
Louis, when computed this morning
showed that 22,320 fares had been paid
for entrance in the fair grounds, on
yesterday alone. On Wednesday there
were not quite 15,000, on Tuesday 4,760
while today there are fully 5,000 on the
grounds; Besides those who entered
the grounds, there were thousands who
were on the outside not caring to pay
to go in, and it is not improbable that
25,000 people were in and about the fair
grounds yesterday. There wss not a
single arrest or accident Another good
result had not been thought of, of elim
inating the tough species of gambl
ing and swindling schemer was
the entire absence . of pickpockets.
This shows that these gentry followed
the big gamblers and did not come here
this year. In spite of the immense
crowds not a single case of robbery has
been reported during the whole week.
The Southern did splendid work Wed
nnsday and Thursday, with its 40 min
ute schedule between the station and
fair grounds, and the Greensboro Elee-,
trie Company broke its record by ring- J
ing up 15,270 faros yesterday, the form
er high water .-"ark for oue days work
being 14,733. There was not a single
accident to the equipment or to pas
sengers and not a ton minutes dleay in
schedules during the entire week.
The prizes for the btpths in the mer
cantile exhibit department were award
ed yesterday as follows: First prize,
IC2.60 to Huntley Stockton Hill Co.;
second prize, f '"", to Helms' drug store;
third prizi, $-0, Benpf'teld Furniture
Co.: fourth pme, $12.60 to the Y. M.
C. A.; fifth prize, $10 to Van Lindley
Nursery Comj any.
The second mid lest of the social
eventrt, scuedulcd to take place du w
fair weok wr, the annual rUptin and
dmiee rvn n::.ht fcy the Mrch-
ants and Maiiuf--turHrs' Club in their
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'1 ce bourn were from nine to twelve
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Poison Results From
Tack in Sole of
Man s Shoe. '.
hg:,:e mi ckcles .
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Work on Railway Between Fayette
: riUe and Lnmberton to Begin in
- Spring. Estimates on ' New ;
Water System. Much Gale- ' -ty
Next Week. ' '
Raleigh, Oct 13 Mr. Henry Ponton,
for many years in charge of convicts
at the penitentiary here, is dying at the
penitentiary from blood poisoning.. Not
long ago a tack in the sole of his shoe
made a little eat in his foot nd from
this the trouble began. ;; ".
, The frost has certainly hit the cotton
hard and the fields present the appear
ance they usually do about the middle
of November. Your correspondent went
through several cotton farms yesterday i
The farmers have all agreed that there
was considerable damage. Mr. Bryan
Smith, who has some very large cotton
said he had never known It hurt so bad
ly by frost in October. . v
Insurance eommisioner Young said
there have been fewer fires this month
than the average. ,:.";".'. ' '
The officers who are at work revising
the National G iard Regulations say
they will be made to conform as nearly
as possible to the United States regu
lation. Under the provisions of the
Dick law the National Guaid is requir
ed by 1908 to be placed on the regular
army basis. The board of officers are
examining the regulations of various
States. Of course a number of the
older regulations are obsolete.
Governor Glenn will return from his
campaign tour Tuesday, morning and
will be here that day and Wednesday.
Mention has been made of the fact
that under a new law the United States
has a number of inspectors at work in
this State endeavoring to exterminate
the cattle tick, acting in co-operation
with the State Veterinarian. Two more
government inspectors have been put
on duty, bringing the number up to
six. ' '
: Mrs. R. O. Leinster of Statesyille,
tent to the Hall of History a candle
made at home during the Civil War and
also one of the peculiar candles, about
the size of a lead pencil and taany
yards in length which were wrapped
around corn cobs or bits of wood and
lighted so as to be used as tapers,
These are very rare now. In the mu
seum at Richmond there is one of
them. ;'' ': y ' " i
It seems to be the general impres
sion here that work is to begin in the
early spring on the link of railway be
tween Fayetteville and Lumberton.
This will be an important thing for Ral
eigh and for that section of the State
also. ' ': "-
The Board of Aldermen has before it
the report on the cost of a new water
plant for the city, based upon two
sources of supplies, one about ait miles
awav. The present was installed in
: At Giersch'a Cafe this evening the
Raleigh Alumni of the University of
North Carolina give their annual ban
quet about 75 being present '
fair week will be very gay here in a
social way. The Capital Club will have
three dances, the marshals will give a
ball. Up to this time the season has
been very dull, socially speaking.
It ia found that the new athletic
field at the Agricultural & Mechanical
College is going to be a very great im
provement over the place which has
been In. use heretofore, namely the
bpace within the racetrack at the fair
ground. The soil t the new field is
very good and free from stones and
grits.'' . V " -
' Letter to Ceo. N. Ivei & Son. ,
New Bern, N. C
Dear Sirs: A man fed his hens half
meal and half sawdust; he thought they
wouldn't know the difference. He con
cluded they did when the eggs batched
woodpeckers. ' '
Another man painted his house with i
a paint that was made fhalipaint
ulw! itntHR. . He didnt know the dif-
fert)ncnot t'U he paid the painter.
TI . . . on i
He had 20 gallons to pty for 20 In-
stead of 10. dot fooled 112.60 oa the
He had 20 days's wages to pay for,
20 lnutrad instead of 10. Fooled $30 in
Hi ct po6r job beslJea. He paid
too it.u-.s for bis e,;;s, anu tney naicnea
The Unexpected Happened The
Chicago American League
.Team is Winner of ,
Chicago, Oct 15 The sixth game of
baseball today decided the champion
ship for 1906-'07, and for the first time
the 'American League is winner. A
most ' peculiar feature of the contest
was that the National were the clev
erest players and showed their right to
the pennant in every game, but on ac
count of the' terrific slugging which the
American gave the ball, the latter
falriy batted their way to victory. The
betting was heavy and odds favored the
Chicago Nationals. It was the most ex
citing series of games ever played here.
Following is an outline of the six
garnet? " .),. ,
J - SCORES. .
- Americans. Nationals.
First game 2 'tJ , 1 ,v
Second game . 1 7
Third game , ' 3 0
Fourthgame-' ' 'O 1
Fifthgame ; 8 ' 6 -
Sixth game , Y, 8 , 3 .
- '., GRAND TOTALS. .. ,
!,., . -Americans.- Nationals.
Total runs .22 ,t 18 ,
Totalhits . . 89 , , , , 37
Total errors I 14 ' 5
Total strike outs 26 " 36
Totalba3ebonbaUsl9 " '18
fotal bases stolen 6' ' 8
Total attendance : . 99,846 . .
Total receipta . $ 105,540.00 v v
Share of Americans - . " .
(twenty-one men.) ' 25,051.53
Share of Nationals '
(nineteen men), 8,350,17
Here is a list of the champions since
pennant wincing commenced: ' : .
1884-Providence beat the Metropoli
tans three straight games, r:
1835-St Louis and Chicago tied,
three and three. ' ' "
1886-St Louis beat Chicago four out
of six games. :','v ;'''.
1887 Detroit beat St Louis eleven
out of fifteen games. '
' 1888 New York defeated St Louis
six out of ten games.
1889 New York defeated Brooklyn
six out of nine games.
1890-Brooklyn and Louisville tied, S
1832 Boston defeated Cleveland five
straight games.' . , .. . ,
1894 New York defeated Baltimore
four straight games.
: 1895 Cleveland beat Baltimore four
out five.. . ., . ,
' 1896 Baltimore defeated Cleveland
four straight games.
; 1897 Baltimore defeated Boston four
out of five games. ' " - -1
'1903 Boston defeated Pittsburg five
out of ei?ht games. -
1906-New York beat Athletics four
out of five games. - ,
Pep-Tono the ideal .drink. Tones,
bracei and re fleshes. , ;'.
! . J. E. Latham's Cotton Letter.
Special to Journal. - .f .
New York, Oct. IS. Since our last
letter light to killing frosta have Visited
a large section of the cotton belt and
prices are up fifty pointa. Reports of
no damage as well as of great damage
are being received. The sections visi
ted by this frost produce from three to
four million bales.. It is probable that
75 per cent was either already picked
or opened in the fields, or at any rate
beyond hurt by frost Where the tem
perature was above freezing we think
aboutas much good as harm has been
done, because the weed is very big and
sunshine is needed to open the grown
bolls at the bottom and middle of the
Fluctuations are broad and the market
in nervous but the tendency is toward
higher prices. Crop estimates are be
ing reduced and if a general specula
tion should come into the markets,
higher prices will prevail whethor jus
tified or not' We think it will pay to
buy cn any good decline in the near fu
Eoutwclt Floats Schooner Town;:nd
On Sunday night the Revenue Cutlf r
Boutwrll floated the schooner W. J. j
Townsend of Elizabeth City, which
was hard and fast aground on Goose
Inland Shoal at the mouJi cf ram'ioo
j r;ver. . A f reah northeaster was Llow-
; jng at thetim and the Town-jcnd s
pounding eor.id"rably and w hen Caied
wag found to be lealiin some. T' e
. procorded to E;. tteth City n.-r t r
own sua ana wui ue n-p u a
T'i.u Townuuud u owned I y C. T.I.
kr end hud load'-d Ui . '. a at V, .
i'.'-.-n, N. C, for ThU:-. ..re I-yr
i ! u i i i i el i':
A Heavy Lccd to Czrry'.
Along- with rP"rla eom" w-v
Bss and freiiersd ill-health. Vbft '
cause a diKordcred stomach iSom sot I r
mlt the food to be properly d xini, mt
lis products aMimflatnd by tu
The blood tf charyod with poisnni hirfe
come from this disordered on-oimn,
In turn the nervs are not fed on
red blood, and we sympton of bwt
onsnoss, sleepIeosiMMt and (niMrttl biwlc
down. It is not head work, bot ovnr i f
Sical eXBrUon tbat don It, but poor , w
ach work. With poor, thta blood t.
body Is not protactod atlaitt the ktUcK
of germ of grip, bronchlut and eomump
Mob. Fortify the body at onoe with hr.
Fierce's Ooldea Medical Plaeovery
rare comblaaUoo of native madlcioal
roots without a particle of alcohol or
dung-rous hablt-formlng dmm,
- A little book of extracts, from promi
nent medical authorities aitoiUog every
lnirredient contained in It. Piertwv
Goldaa Medical Diaeovery will be mailed
free to any address oa reqowit by poaUt
card or lettar. Address Ir. R. V. F tare,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Many yean of active praetieeeosrvtiMwd
Dr. Flere of the value el many native
roots as aaedieinal agents and ha want to
great expense, botb ia time sod in
to perfect bit own peculiar prone" i t .
rendering them both eiuuunt end a..e tut
tonic, alterative and rebuilding arnta.
The enormous popelarity of Uoiie
Medical DfMoverr is due koh ts l a
selentlSe oompoundlng and to tue ar'' j
medicinal value of its tngredlenu. 'i e
Dubltcatioa of the nomas of tn imm
tntt on the wrapper of every bottle so-1,
gives fall assurance of Its non-aWhuu
character and removes all objeetkn W
vae uae oi u udkbowd or secret remedy.
II is not a Dfttent BMdlclne nor a aeart -
one either. This fact puto It tit tMm
all by ilMHf, bearing a it does epoa evat y
bottle wrapper The Badge of Bonesty, bt
the full Hat of Its inrredltmtt.
The'Goldeo Medical Uitcarwrfmrm.
Ml, itum.nk lliH.Hn. A
torpid liver and biliooiness, nlceratioo el
stomach and bowlea and all catarrhal af
fections no matter what parte or orgaaa
mav be affected with It. Dr. PUv'
Pleasant Pellets are the original little
liver pills, first pnt up 40 years ago. They
regulate um invigorate, atomacn, liver
and bowels. Much imitated but never
equaled. Sugar-coated aud eaey is take
as candy. Oue to three a dote.
TIPPED OifEROIL STC.T.
A Close Call to a Disastrous
Conflagration and Per
haps Loss of Life. '
Sunday night while attending to . hie
duties as ticket agent in the A. ft N.
C. Depot, Mr. Tom Bennett accidently
tipped over the ml heater and In an in
fant the room was on fire. Prompt as
sistance by Mr. S. R. Street and others
who removed . the horning lamp eat
doors saved the building from serious
damage by fire, The Barnes were soon
put out by a few buckets of water, and
there was no damage done. The fire de
partment waa summoned, but the fir
was out before either wagon reached
the scene. That there was no explosion
or that Mr. Bennett was not seriously
burned is wonderful
No Discussion Nov. 5th, Mr. Brinson
I note in your Sunday issue that our
republican friends have arranged that
Mr.S. W. Hancock shall except my chal
lenge and discuss issues of thecampiign
at the meeting already advertised for
thi democratic candidates at the Court
House Monday evening, Nov. S. Feat
ing that the people generally, who knew
nothing of my challenge and what earn
ed it may think me rather presumptu
ous in thus challenging the chairman of
the Republican party of the county to
debate with me, a private in the Demo-crati-r
organization, I have thought it
well to write this explanation. Learn
ing that Mr. Hancock waa attacking
the Democratic management of the
schools of our state and county making
grave chark.es both as tn our state and
comity administration of school affairs,
I met him on Broad street and. In the
presence of Mr. J. B. Harvey, chaHeng
ed him to meet !at the various appoint
ments in the county, and discuss openly
before the people the question of our
management of school affairs. As
County Sup't of Schools, I felt I had
the right to defend our record and alee
the right to face in public discussion the
one who is leading the attack cpon it
Mr. Hancock accepted the challenge a:.i
has met me at one of the three appoint
menta since his acceptance. He met
me at Dover and discussed every i '
as mapped out in the Republican Cam
paign Book, beforejhe touched upon Ce
school question, and consumed j 1 15
minutes in the delivery of his well r
pared speech. This, of course, prge 'i
ally excluded the county cand!Jt s
from thuir fair limit of time. It wo . J
be manifestly unfair to take tip V i
time arranged for the county can i
onthenifht of Nov. 5 with t. s c"
cuiwion bet n V.r. V. . - -o $ 1 r .
self, neither of us b . "r c ' i.
I shall have to s 'i I.-. I
ajree with r e on ux, a I ' i t' i r
before wli'-a v a r i r t r 1 i
the quesi'..n v . " . : t i . ; i ;
time of ol'.; rsi. I i et t ' -. 1 ,
eocV is ss 8 (nit if f t i -cush
ion STi.i, ii f ; we v...1 1 .va i . '
ble in a.r ( 'a ; ,
both of us.
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