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NEW BERIf i CRAVEN COUNTY, N. Cw FRIDAY OCTOBER 19, 1906. SECOND SECTION.
. .' 29th YEAR
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The best form of temporary investment that -farmer
out find for money that b is holding for use in the near future
ia one of our ,- ' v '
IZt CEETir.r.TB . CFEu;IT -
Cubed at any time without notice but if 'left six month ia
tercet will be paid at 4 per cent year. ; . . t v
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JAMES B. BLADES, Pre. Wm. B. BLADES,, V-Prea.
GEO. ,B. PENDLETON, Cashier. - - V
. m POLLOCK feT.
; Events, of Tast Three Days
. Tersely Told For Jour-
sal Readers. - "
iec:x,!i:::ll:eb ' ,
ce to execi
Isdartrial, Commercial, Social, Keligl
mh, Criminal and Political
' Happenings Condensed in
Few Line. ,;V
Frankfort, Ky., Oct 16. Consider
ablo interest U centred in a suit on trial
bare now in which President Pea body
of the New York Mutual Life ia en
deavoring to force the dismissal of Bis
cos Hind man. Stats agent for the com
pany because his running for office on a
fosion ticket Hindman is supported
by Stat Insurance, Commissioner Pre
Titt. - VJ;V
Rliani-Chiae, Oct. 18, Complete
returns from the typhoon which caused
se much damage on the Chinese and
Japanese coast in September was 10,
000 people killed and a loss of 18,000,
Now York Oct. 19 The condition of
Mrs. Jefferson Davis is growing worse
hourly. Her marvelous vitality is a
surprise to her physicians. - , '
.-, New York, Oct, 16. -District Attor
ney Jerome, intimates that another man
may be arrested as accessory to the
murder of Stanford White by Harry
Thaw: It is expected to be shown that
. this man urged Thaw to kill White and
that bo placed the revolver in Thaw's
Baleigh, Oct 16. Governor Glenn
issued a respite today until December
18, for Freeman Jones, colored, under
sentence of death for burglary. ? The
esse comes from Durham and the exe
cution will talcs place there.
Durham- England Oct " 16 There is
much rejoicing here that all the miners
who were (antombed alive In the coal
mine have been saved by means of the
hoisting engine. "'"-,".-'
CUcfo, Oct 16 A gasoline explos
ion occored here last nfcht in a barn
a hers automobiles are kept Ten ve
hicles were destroyed entailing aloes of
?-o.r:o. . , "
" lury, Oct 13-At J'.he g-IJ hill
E.'.ae two men were killed tod: y by Jan
ex;'.ttiion.of dynamite. The cartu'ge
was carelessly handled.
Rale'h Oct 16 Ths Supreme court
is hewing arguments on the Wsdes
boro lynching ease. The def -s holds
t' -1 ti e revival does not a", v tVe case
t)tt, UJ in any o" 'r county than
t ' ! i v ' tv cr':r.e was commit-
' rlCii ! .
T' b s i.:.
j t : 1 1' cje it
e suit of
t' ) f'ate
, )i) - nr-
t s i t-
v y i
Ik, P-t IC'.h. The mcetlpg of
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' id V 9 Norfolk & uiV
I (f V a A'." ' 'c & r irlh C' "
i r 1 1 ce t ' y and com
Cleveland, O., Oct 16. A faUI acci
dent occurred here today by : an auto
mobile running at a high speed ran into
a trolley pole the machine exploded
and two of the occupants were killed;
the others are seriously injured.
Columbia, S. C , Oct 17. Governor
Haywood has ordered the State militia
to be present at the execution of Com
mander Johnson, a white man. John'
son killed a preacher for denouncing
him for living unlawfully with a worn
an, who is now serving a 16 year sen
tence in the State penitentiary. It is
feared that Johnson's friends will en
deavor to rescue him. "1; J '
Norfolk, Oct 17.- A fearful storto is
raging on the Carolina coast and much
damage has been done the shipping.
The whaleback Berkshire has been re
ported disabled and the revenue cutter
has gone to her assistance. ;
New Orleans, Oct 18th. -Charles A.
Barnes, of Illinois, was elected Su
preme Chancellor of the Knights of
Pythias at the Supreme Grand Lodge
of the order here today.
; Washington, ' Oct 17 President
Roosevelt telegraphed to Mrs. Hayes,
daughter of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, say
ing: "Pray accept most sincere sympa
thy for Mrs. Roosvelt and myself."
The body will be taken to Richmond for
burial and will be under escort by con
federate veterans. i
Seneca'.S. C. Oct 17 This town is
destroyed by fire and the loss at the
present time f s estimated at $100,000,
The fire was of incendiary origin and it
is believed by many that negroes are
responsible for the deed to avenge the
turning of the negro college here a few
Raleigh, N. C, October 17th.
At a meeting of the Council of State
today, November 12 th was set for the
State Text Book Commission to pass
upon the three text books for the pub
lic schools which were left out of the
Hat adopted in August Civics, North
Carolina History and Pedagogy. Allen
of Wayne and D. H. Hfll of Raleigh
will submit hbtories. ' .
Raleigh, Oct 18. Chatters are gran
ted the Tyrrell Manufacturing Co., ? of
Columbia to make lumber, barrels and
shingles; capital stock 150,000, B. F.
Duncan and others stockholders. The
bank of Vanceboro, capital stock $25,
000. W, C, White and others stock
holders; and the Monarch Heating and
Radiating Co., Greensboro, $160,000.
New York, Oct 18. A great storm
of acy clonic nature ia raging in Cuba,
There has been' no direct communi
cation with the island on account of
wires btl broken. The soldiers camp
at Havana has been destroyed and ship
ping in the harbor damaged, many
American boats among' the number,
The storm Y as reached the Florida coast,
the city cf -liami badly damaged. The
country south of Jacksonville is devas
tated. Wires are all down in that re
Brussels, Belgium, Oct 18 -Agents
of American labor exportation bureaux
have secured 200 Flemish weavers to
go to Charleston, S. C, U, S. A. to
v i i cc Hon mills there. They sail
. T' ' was the first luctel-
n number of mill labor-
'rit exiats between
t ( f T ' .iura and South
' 1, O t. 17.
Findlay, Ohio, Oct 18 The ease of
j the State of Ohio, against the Standard
Oil Co., is now in tne tanas oi ins jury
A verdict is not expected for several
hours. The general impression is that
the verdict will he adverse tothecorpor
ation. ;" : ." ': v' A '
New York Oct 18-Charles Murphy,
the Tammony leader made a startling
statement today charging the leaders
of the "Independent League" with hold
ing up candidates for cash contrary to
the pledges and purpose of the organ
Bizerta, Tunial Oct I8-7AD efforts to
raise the French submarine boat which
went to the bottom off the Mediterran
ean Sea, oi this coast Tuesday have
proved unsuccessful. The boat lies In
100 feet water. There were lS'men on
board of the boat and jiey have per
ished. 1 ' S1"., I
Norfolk, Oct 17. Secretary Taf t ar
rived from Cuba today on the , battle
ship Virginia. ' , v I .
.;. ; ':,--. ..:' i. vv-v-. 1
Washington, Oct 18 A governor for
the Panama Canal Zone will be appoint
ed by President Roosevelt this week.
It has been decided to keep a perm
anent force of soldiers in Cuba; 7,500
will be stationed there with the except
ion of 600 men, all the ;marines will re-1
turn to their homes.'. ' !
Biserta, Tunis, Oct. 17. -Great ef
forts are being made by French, Eng
lish and Danish vessels to rake a torpe
do boat which is lying in 180 feet of
watev The boat ia an English war
vessel which collided with another boat
about two years ago and sank. Seven
men were drowned.''' ; 1 ;
Birmingham, Ala., Oct 18. The kws
caused . by the fire which burned up
several blocks here is placed at 1300,-
000. '! ' -' I
' LlSf OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post-Office at New
Bern, Craven County, N. C , Oct 16
B-J W Blanks, Andy Bowen. .
C-Willie Cain, T B Crawford. .
H-GedrgeO Hawkins, W M Hall,
Charlie Harris. r
P John Perry. .
T Clarence Tu ton. . .
B Mrs. Sammie Bryant Mrs. Mary
J Bryan, Mrs. Bryant, Miss Virginia
Bariaek. .' -
C Miss Lila Chadwick. , :'
E Mrs. A V Eadie (special delivery)
J Mrs. Maron Jackson, (special de
livery), Carrie Jones. ' , -
S Mrs. Hannah Spencer. 5
T Mrs. Maria Turner.' ' ' J '
W-MiasEGsa White. Mrs. Pauline
Williams, Mrs. Eusa White, Miss J an
al Williams, Mrs. Lenna WUlis, Mrs.
Louise Washington, Mrs. Sudie I .Wil
The regulations now require that(l)
cent shall be collected on the delivery
of each advertised letter. - - v - :
8. W. HANCOCK,
v:.- p. Mi
Mr. J. M. Cannon, salesman for the
Globe Tailoring Co. ia giving his fall
opening at J. J.Baxter's clothing store.
Mr. Cannon is an expert fitter and all
who desire a perfect fit will do well to
see his line. ' Every suit guaranteed to
fit Today ia his last day here, : :
Have you tried a bottle of Pep-ToooT
Natures best Tonic. ... . .;, "v..-; '
Kew York Cotton Karkel:
Special to Journal: "'' t t
Now York, October 18
Open " ' - Close
Dee. 10.97 ' l , ,1 10.6
May 1L27 , " 11.24
Local Cotton Karket
Number of balea sold
Price per pound
Pid:r'.i Civs Satisfaction
Raleigh Times, 17: ' ' l
The Four Pi kerts had another good
slzsl audience laat n!ht at the Metro-
poKtnn Kail, and sin delighted their
patrotss, if one msy jui';s from the
Ll.-ul '.rre t' "y received. . '
TI.e '. y f. as "CLI. ' oma," a western
dmn a, ;;h vt action and sen-
Br:".I-'in. TI 9 f. ' '."a wera good
'I' 1 1 ft' ' .r.t t' t c" r
an j t
's U I' .i -f t-"-y ttur.tf
r "nil 1 1 H.
Tls I v. t ii t' t t: 9 t'.ovr
is sa eve t f , ' rr tl n.
. " r v ( 1 f j kt j . ' r prices at
V.'st -rs' Z ,re. 11
OCT. EASTER ACTS
A3 A DOT1EII
But Still The State Agricul-
'.'turaf Fair jlas .Good ".
' Sized Crowds. :
mim gg"?et- .
IT1VE f.'iUTARY DP.'LL
Crinds ' Crossings.
"Requisition Grafted W Negro
Thiet. Eligible Insurance ' "
".. . --CeNipsnis.' ' , -
( Special Correspondence.
Raleigh, Oct 18. The movement to
have the State pension appropriation
considerably increased, if possible one
hundred thousand dollars. Is now being
pressed quite vigorously. The appro
priation is now $275,000 a year, the last
legislature, having added 475,000 j to
The' northeaster 'which) set In early
Monday continued today aid was In fact
worse than ever, with a (riving rain
which soaked a great man'y' visitors to
the State Fair. It is the worst weath
er known continuously durihg any State
Fair and was certainly unfortunate in
every respect, as a great jmany thou
sands of visitors make tlis week the
event of the year. i -.;'T j.
The rainy weather has prevented any
cotton shipping being donelduring the
week and this loss of four days will
tell pretty heavily and" cause further
deterioration of the crop jaa . well as
loss by cotton falling on the ground.
AU in all, it is the worst year for cot
ton on record, : the oldest growers
Late yesterday afternoon in a driv
ing drizzle of eold rain the A. & M.
College Cadets drilled for a company
prize, six companies competing, and
Company C, commanded by Capt Geo.
W. Hinshaw Jr., of Winston-Salem,
winning the penant The judges Adju
tant General Robertson, Quartermaster
General Macon, and Capt W.. F. Moody
were very much pleased with the drill
by "The Pony Company", which is com
posed almost entirely" of Freshmen,
who have only had about six weeks
drill. : '.;f v,..'.' !
In the face of the bad weather there
were many visitors to the city today.
They swarmed in the public building
and took in all the sights that could be
seen. The banks, poetofftces, etc. were
closed. ' Usualy Thursday of Fair is the
big holiday here and most of the stores
close in the afternoon.' I . t
The county , commissioners are mak
ing some of the public roads safer by
getting them off grade crossings .of
the railways. ' This is being done two
miles west of here, and is also being
done north of here, where a very dang
erous crossing has been eliminated at a
considerable cost to the railway, some
thing like S5, 000. ' ;
The governor grants requisition made
by the governor of South' Carolina for
Henery McGili, colored, charged with
burglary and larceny at Lancaster, S.C.
He is now on the chain gang of Anson
county. An effort was made to prevent
his going to South Carolina, T., L. Can
dle, Esq. of Wades boro appearing for
'! The' list of Insurance companies doing
business in this state just issued by the
insurance department shows that' there
are seven life, insurance companies
chartered by this state; 'twelve assess
ment life companies; twenty-one fire
companies and three accident compan
ies and surety companies.' Greensboro
continues to be the insurance center of
-, , :aV- , . Oct 17.
We have been blessed with very good
weather Since our last writing.
, Eldor Lupton of Belhaven haa been
holding a protracted meeting at White
Hill church the past week, and added
two new members. .- , .- , .
Rev. Charlie Lee of Bath, addressed
the congregation at St Mary's Chapel
Sunday eveningat 8 o'clock and Sunday
night '-'"i r : ' : ',
Mr J J Edwards took a flying trip to
New Lorn Monday on business. ' . '
Hufus .M'xon and Mibs Casjie Ald
rUre of South Creek attended church
Mil s Marietta Dunn of Fox Eranch
returned homo from Blount's Creek
Thursihy )ant, slie rt'ports a fine timu,
t!r Cl-arlie and L B Dunn of Arsra
hoe a'ic:- lei c h at White IIIU CUur
y s 1 ! y.
I , ' 1 1 ,v. r I. 'ft for Auro. i n
J;t, ; se he will at'eii j ' . 1
. r ,:'.s.
n Bios Dsaa--:
He Mysteriously Disappears
and Suicide is Feared.
Special to Journal 1 - - f
Raleigh,' Oct 18 Alexander Francis
a native of England and one of the
members of "It Happened In Nord-
land" company which appeared here
last night ia missing.- He was" subject
to melancholia and suicide is feared
He played a minor part w "
." . Oriental vl P
. The farmers ara bringing In their cot
ton daily, but the crop is short sa is
most everything else in the fanning
line.. ; ' y v?' ij ;i v j.
; The carpenters are very busy putting
up houses Mr. B. F. Pickells is having
a two story house put up on Mason St,
and Dr. G. G. Bell ia building on the
corner of Main and Academy 8ts. i
' The Roper Lumber Co. is putting up
a new saw mill and dry kill and other
buildings which will enable them to do
a larger business. " " ; I
Dr. O. C Daniels left yesterday for
Beaufort on a business trip. - . i ;
i Mr. Will Aldridge has gone to Beau
fort to attend court, . fa V''
Mr. Ben Manning and Misses Carrie
Hoell and Lena Stephens made a flying
trip to Bay boro a few days ago. .
Messrs Willie Keel and Charlie Saw
yer were the guests ef - Mr Joel Lewis
Rev. Geo. Vause has just closed a
protracted meeting at the Free Will
Baptist church much good was done. 1
. We have had an epedemic of chills
and fevers for quite a while, but we
are glad to know that no one has died
of them. V ':':..; . " ' , i
Mr. Johnnie Sanders is very low with
hemorrhagic fever. This' is the third
case we have had this season, all have
recovered. . ."
. Mrs. Harriet Payne , continues to be
very sick with malaria fever. ;,'.,,!
Mr. J. F. Cowell of Bayboro and Mr.
Rob Woodard of Pamlico are in town
today in interest of the bank.; ......-;
Mr Herman Rich is visiting relatives
and friends here. I . xiE '!'
Our Graded School is progressing
nicely under the efficient management
of Prof. Miles. Tne little ones gave
their teacher a most hearty welcome,
Miss Nina Todd has charge of the pri
mary grades. , .
The Oriental bank opened up this
morning for business. ; . . ,
, , . ... VIOLET.
-' Swansboro Items.
As the eold wave is over and we have
got warm again we will let you hear
from as. ' "
Our little town is quite lonely this
week, nearly all the young people are
attending eourt at Jacksonville, this
week as witnesses against blind tigers.
Miss Frost the Unitarian school
teacher from Boston, arrived this week
and will commence her ' school next
Monday. x j
Mr. W. J- Davis' baby died today,
aged seven months.
Mr. Willie Sanders passed through
here last week en route for Maysville
to try his luck fishing again; he says
they bite very slow. Will, don't you
think they would bite, better if yoo
would fish in the day time? , ,, . I
. Mrs. H. J. Ward, ; who has been
spending a few days with us, left for
her home ia Wilmington last week, ac
companied by Mrs. J. A. Pittman.
Messrs. .Fred Pittman and Morris
HatseU, who have been working In the
railroad shops at Spencer, N. C, ar
rived home last Sunday to attend court
as witnesses which ia in session this
week at Jacksonville. Guess they will
go back next week. .... v : t ';
Miss Alice Blouot has agreed to take
the nubile school at Verona, and will
begin teaching next week. vl
Fishing seems to be a little better
now. Capt Martin W. Heady caught
at his fishery last Saturday 180 barrels
of roe mullets. 5.
Capt George Littleton caught 184,-
523 shrimps and sold them for 151.00. .
'-';- - x;
. No other remedy on earth is so good
for children aa Hollister'a Rocky Mourv
tain Tea; makes them eat sleep and
ffrow. Hritrhl eves, rosy cneeaa. ie
or Tablets, 35 cents. Eor salebe F. S.
. 1 -n - ' '
A great canal which drains the two
Italian provinces of Mantua and Keg
eio and discharges into the river Po,
has just been opened. For five yesrs
6,000 men have been employed In dig
ging the big ditch.
T;..t : t 1. 1
known as the
s OI . .
DEATH OF fuSS. JEFF- .. . '
....... - $ - - x r--. -
Dissolution Came After a
Week's Illness With Pneo-;
"i-;' :-; monia. ' ! .
Mrs. Jefferton Davis.1 widow of the
President of the Confederacy died at
her rooms at the hotel Majestic, New
York city, Tuesday, night at 1020
o'clock. Following is taken from the
Associated Press despatches in , the
morning papers, relating to Mrs. Davis'
sickness and death: - - ' ' '
..."Althouifh grave fears were felt
from the first, , Mrs. , Davis' . wonderful
vitality, wh'ch brought her through a
similar attack a year ago, gave hope
of Ultimate recovery until- last night
when a decided change for the worse
wss evident and the attending- physi
cians announced that the end was near.
It was then believed that, Mrs. Davis
could not survive the night but she ral
lied slightly during the early hours of
today. . Shortly after seven o'clock this
morning she had a similar spell, and
Rev. Nathan A, Seagle, rector of St
Stephen's Protestant Episcopal church,
was hurriedly summoned to give relig
ious comfort to the patient in her last
moments of; .consciousness.' The I cler
gy man remained some time and an
hour later it was announced that Mrs.
Davis had lapsed into a state of coma.
The period of unconsciousness contin
ued to the eud. -, . ,V . :
At the bedside when death came were
Mrs. J. Addison Hayes, of New Ark,
N. J., only surviving daughter of Mrs.
Davis; Jefferson Davis Hayes, a grand
son, who is a student at Princeton Uni
versity; Mrs. Charles E. Bateson, a
niece, and Dr. and Mrs. Gustav Webb,
the latter a granddaughter, and Dr. R.
H. Wilie,' who, with Dr. Webb, had
cared for Mrs. DavU throughout her
illness. J. Addison Hayes,, husband of
Mrs, Davis' only living child, had been
summoned from Colorado Springs, and
was hurrying across the continent.
when a message announcing the death
of Mrs. Davis interrupted him. '
Mrs. Davis had for some years made
her home in this city, where she had a
wide circle of friends. Throughout her
illness solicitous inquiries regarding her
condition were continually made at her
apartments. ' ' 1 1
At the Majestic tonight it was said
that the body would be taken to Rich-
mon on Thursday. : : ;' ?
Definite plans for the funeral had not
been made tonight but it is understood
that services will be held here by her
pastor, and it ia definitely known that
the body will repose beside that of the
late President of the Confederacy in
Winter Green Items
" 1 " Oct 18.'
The rains this week have caused cot
ton picking to be delayed.
We are having warm weather now
and it is highly appreciated. '
Mrs Curtis Rhem and daughter of
Halifax are making a visit to relatives
.here, --,' - ,:.. ..-
Webster Mallard, accompanied by his
cousin, Miss Luia uaugnerty or 1 ron
ton I were in our midst a short while
last Sunday. "
' F B Hammond of Turkey spent Sat
urday and Sunday at G W Simmons on
business. . 1
. Cleveland Avery and brother were
visitors at E H Heath's Sunday after-
nooD w t j 1 it : ' -' f
. Tom Lane and Miss Bertha Tucket
passed through here Monday from Cove
enroute for Fort Barnwell. We hope
them a pleasant trip.
Rev and Mrs G b Webster and litt
daughter, Thelma, spent Wednesday at
G W Simmons. Come again brother
Webster, we are always glad to wel
come you, , j ; ,; - -.
Quite a number of our young people
attended the Wootten-Barwlck mar
riage at Fort Barnwell Tuesday night
Remember the date, of the "Shadow
Party" and barbecue supper, which
will be on -Friday night October 36,
Everybody ia invited to attend We
assure them a nice time and plenty
of barbecue, ice cream and cake and
iota of .other - good things, .also good
music, both vocal and string music .
, . , ,!.. " , iTwo 8weethearta.!
' Fine Butter at Oaks Market.'
s , White Kill. Items.;
' We are gladl to say that cold weather
has come at last and "khy jack" viusU
ed us one night last week and killed out
Mr D. S. Weeks, of this place, loft a
few days ago for Riverdalo, whii-e be
will engage in the cross tie iu
very much to the regret of our t -i '1.
Miss Louisa Adams, of Broad C i,
who has been sending the pant
week s with her undo, hit. Win. A
h:is returned to ber home.
I'r. sn-1 l'.-s. N. C. V,'e ' r
f.yingtrp to rt"..-t;-r luut I'
vkit their d;i''..ht.:r.
Untold Suffering "and Cc-; .r.t
Misery-Awful Sight From fct
Dreadful Complaint, Infan'JIa Ec
zema Commenced at Top cf his
., Head and Covered Entire. C;i.
! CUT1CU3A REMEDIES
"Out baby had that dresdfu! com.
plaint, Infantile Eczema, which a cti
him for several months, commeii. tat
the top of his head, and at but cove. m
his whole body. His sufferings wei
untold and constant misery, in f vet,
there was nothing we would not 1 v
done to have given him relief. le
family doctor seemed to be whf-. r
incapable of eoping with the ease, eud
after various experiments of his, which,
resulted in no benefit to the chill, wo
sent to Maron, 111., to a druggist a 11J got
a full set of the Cutieura Remedies and '
applied as per directions, and he b-a
to improve immediately, and in auut
three or four days besa to show m
brighter spirit and really laughed, for
the first time in a year. In about nuty
days he was fully recovered, with tLe
exception of a rough skin, which ia
gradually disappearing, and eventually
will be replaced by a healthy one. ' '
"Praise for the Cutieura Remedlat
has always been our greatest pleasure,
and there is nothing too good that we ,
could say in their favor, for they oer-
tainly saved our baby's life, for he was
the most awful sight that I ever beheld,
prior to the treatment of the Cutieura .
Remedies. Mrs. Mae belle Lyon, 1&29
Appteton Ave, Parsons, Kan., July 18,
: Complete external and internal tnat
ment for every humor, consisting of
Cutieura Soap,Ointment, and Pills, may
now be had for one dollar. A aingk
set is often sufficient to cure the most
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
and Bculy humors, eczemas, rashes, aid
irritations, from infancy to age. when
all else falls. -'-
vswono. rww vngm uwa. t'wp Bonn
" October 17.
We have much sickness in this sec
tion at present but now, as the weak
er haa become cooler, we bop some of
it will vanish. .. , '
Mr. J, W. Rawls, who has been very
sick, is out again.
Mrs. Henry N. Banks who baa been
sick several weeks, baa grown worse
and isve.7 low. God grant that she
may recover. . ':'"'.''"
Mr. W. R Harper, of Bairds Creek
lost one of his little girls last week, she
had diphtheria. He has moved back to
bis old home on the sand hills.
Mr. John Smith ia the happiest man
in town. It's a boy and a Democrat
His name is Robert ' ' .
Warren Hardison, the mail contrac
tor, attended the Radical convention at
Bayboro Saturday. )
Uncle John W Pipkin says he hardly
knows what to do politically. Ills son
is 00 the Radical ticket for sheri.?, Lis
son-in-law ia the democratic eandl 'rte
for sheriff and another son-in-law is cn
the Radical ticket for the LegL.'u.'.re.
Now Uncle John let us advise you: C.:s
of your family is enough at a time r i
yon want to be for the one that is gc ?
to be elected, so you vote for Geo-- Ii
Brinson for sheriff and you tULJ
good and be on the big aids af Nov
ember 6th. .;, , u . '
..'.,f,');i:,. Atlantic Eatss.,,, -, .... .
. v.,.: . t. cvt 17.
Where is everybody T Gone to c t
' The north winds tell us autumn I i
come but very few w Liter lii'j 1 s
.Mrs Annie Bragg of Ocracchs I 1
been spending several days in c-r t 1
Mr T R Draper, "the plcturs r
has gor to his home atCalh. I a r; t
several , eeks here for lis ..'
Capt T, 77 WUUs cf II... her I ' :
light house spent undny inoi rt .
Call again captain.
The second month of At'.. ' '; ( "
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Ocracoke, Mias CortruJs I"'
Witt, and lit Ray Adarrs cf I" '. 1 ;
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