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NEW, BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY. N C, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1906.-SECOND SECTION.
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V.7.EN IN Hffl BERN
.- We extend a cordial invitation to the farmers n the vicin
ity ef New Bern to make thia Bank their headquarters when
. bere. If you hare business to transact here the facilities of .
this bank are at your disposal ' f''-j
r ' ' OFFICERS-' ' " : ' ' ' " " f -
1 JAMES I. BUSES, Pwtldtnl. . WmT 8. BLADES, V.-Prssldssf.
' i SEO. B. PENDLETON, CaMte..vWvW- ; 'J :'
- DIRECTORS : 1 ;J '
. J. W. 8TEWART, , F. W. HUGHES,'
H. CUTLLR, Jb. , J. 3. WOLFENDES,' X 4
C. U. BKADHAM, i- C. E. FOY, - ' "ir -,
J. 8. BASNIGHT,
... -T" C. N. EVANS,
Events ef Past Three Days
; Tersely Told For Jour
, nal Readers.-
TEEM INCLUDED ,
Kill TO MEXICO
Wutrial,CmrciaI, Social, Ba,,-,.
ens, Criminal and Political
Happenings Condensed in
.'- . FewLines.
- Beiae, Idaho, Oct 30. Senator Du
bois tells President loosevelfc that Mor
umism is the sole political isxi in
Xdahc, ' '
Sheridan, Wym., Oct 30th.The
; inopsare rapidly closing in on ihe
? UU Indiana. The latter continues
; Joeting and shooting, and declare they
wUllrMand demaBd that i the. Presi-
dent give them Powder River Valley
for a hunting ground. They awear
they will die before they wiil return to
Utah. They are trying to get the hew -
tile Cheyenne Indians to join them.
Ralcifch Oct 80-There was a very
" fast sensational occurence in connect
ion with the body of the man declared
by some to be W. H. Bryson, of Chat-
ham county, but who has never been
Identified, he having .been murdered,
as the corners jury finds, by Seaboard
Alr Line detective H J Bivina. Many
people who say he was not Bryson, but
(vat the latter is at Hamlet or Sanford
Ais morning Mrs Joseph Jones went '
tovbe undertakers to see the body but ;
found it had been ,emoved to a ceme
tery for burial A gentleman standing
by ordered a carriage in which she
harried to the cemetery and found that
the body had been lowered into the
(rave. It waa lifted up the casket
opened. She says she believes the body
t be that of James Southall, who lived
two miles from Lynchburg. He is by
trade a machinist who travelled about
auch and who stayed at her home
ben two months.
Brookhaven, Miss, Oct 30. Ass re
u!t of the presentation of The Clans
nan here, the threats of wh.tes to
form Kn Klux Klana to drive out ne
groes, the tetter luive organized white
cap orders and have began depredation
This whites meant the story a joke but
negroes took the news in earnest; The
whites have bow formed white lesgues
Tokio. Oct 30. The Mikado is pleas
ed at the visit of Secretary Met alf to
8an Francisco, to relieve the trouble
is the refusal to admit' Japanese chil
dren to the white public schools. It is
the opinion that Constitution absolutely
. supersedes the State law in this mat
ter, bat the Stat will make a fight.'
St Petrvburg, Oct 80, -This city
and atjdMsrsn. Russia are like armed
San Francisco, Oct 80 Since the
earthquake and fir In April.O.OOO build
ings have been started. The building
industry now employs the most men .of
Any line of business.
Sheridan, Wyo., Oct 81 Tier is
i imminent danger of 700 Cheyennes In-
disns joining the renegsJe Utes. More
troops are being rushed to the scene
.of trouble. The Cheyennes aro the best
armed tribe in the west' and have been
b'-j-irjf guna and ammunition for
-y ;: r. They are anxious to fight ' The
t ' tVIIlnot Ciit until then hole
f , s ( .. tratei, The Indians are
JAKE IS BANK YOUR
" Wm B. KLADE3, - ;1
New York, Oct. SI Emma Gold
man, five other women and firemen
were jailed today, as anarchists. They
had met to eulogize President MtKin
ley's murderer. '
Raleigh, Oct 8t. Governor Glenn
makes requisition on the Governor of
Virginia for George Long, who escaped
from the Rockingham county roads
gang. Long had committed burglary
at Reidsville, N. C, and is now at
Paris, Oct 31. The hearing ef the
I divorae case of Anna Gould Castellans
Wt her husband. Count Boni. be-
gantoctay. mere are many evwences
j of his Inldelity. She swears that her
husband struck her, demanding money,
j and that the blow was given in the
presence of her servants.
Asheville N. C. Oct 81-The betting
I is high that Crawford will carry the
i tenth Sorth Carolina congressional dis-'
Large odds are laid in his fa-
vor. v; .
- Cincinnati, Nov X, W; A. Garrett
General Manger of the Queen & Cres
"cent wasIected First Vice-President
of the Seaboard Air Lin railroad tft
. ; , , . , .
1 Wilnungtoa, Nov. I -In his charge
r to the United SUtes Grand Jury today
Judge Purnell took occasion to com
plain of the treatment of Federal
prisoners. He said they were not half
fed nd made other charges,
St Petersburg, Nov. U- The police
and army officials have learned today
that Schunin, the most dreaded poli-
tical prisoner, a terrorist and revolu
tionist of the . most pronounced type
has escaped from Siberia by being con-
cealed in a barrel. The army officials
are greatly frightened on account of
his desperate character.
Sheridan, Wyo. Nov. P The Ute
warriors are still holding -out against
the overtures of peace from the United
States and will probably force a battle.
They have divided their army! m tw0
parts which will be two fighting sect
ions if such a Jmove is necessary. The
Cheyennes who are allies of the Utes
sre not to be found. The U. S. army
has a signal corps in the field
Paris Nov. 1 The entire country is
in the thrsos of a very severe snow
storm and tidal wave. The south 'of
France is visited by the worst snow
storm known for years.
San Francisco Nov. 1 President E.
L Hsi-riman of the Southern Pacific
railway aaya th 'company wilt expend
23,000,000 on the road within the next
two years. 6000 men are to be put to
work on various parts of tharoad. An
Important thing they will do wfU be to
reconstruct the Colorado River bank
through which the river broke and flow
ed into the Salton sea thereby causing
a freshet end there wasjmuch damage.
The coet will be f 1,000,000,
Richmond Nov, 1 Railroad officials
met the corporation commission here to
day to protest against th two cent pas
senger.rate; stating that (they can not
afford to cut th fares.
Charleston, S. C, Nov, L A wire
from Thomas Dixon, Jr., says that the
One Woman Company will go to Lon
don way zu, ror a ten weeks engage
ment at Shaftahury theatre. . Dixon
guarantees hous for that period which
practically amounts to a rentsL All
represent eompsny mv touring th!" Shp'" iaUh ' "
South, head by Mis. LZZ
Ottlnger and Mr. Austin Webb and In- Dr, ShoopVHonlth Coffee ha not
eluding Florence Fisher, ' Charlotte ' grain of true coffr in it. Being made
Learn, Lyda Knott, Helens Hartley, from parched grains, nil etc. It
isurko Jinking Lawrence Griffith ; 'h ihome food-like drink, yet
BurrCaruth, I,. Moor. Dewitt U ? 'J 'f ,0,l Gld Jfva
i. r.. . r . . . , Mocha CoiTje. , "Mlde In a minute."
ing, Charles Frlsch.r and Crteen lesser Call at our store for a free sample,
r raclers will l in tl London pro- ' gold by J. L. McDaniel.
doction. This is big undertaking for
. Dixon. "S .;.-t x ij 's,,.,;,.;:''j''j
i Cincinnati, Nov. i. ine uwnuia
Co., a combination of electric railway
magnates was formed he e today and !
J subscribed a capital of $75. 000,000, with
i which they will buy electrio railways j
' and light plants in the west
Philadelphia Nov. 1 At the regular
annual meenlng of the Pennsylvania
railroad a semi annual -dividend of S
per cent was declared.
Aaheville, Nov. L JudgePntchard
Is at the head of. a movement to de
mand that laws be made requiring that
children of school age must spend a
certain number of months in school
each year. A big fight is . anti ipsted
on the question. , ; i
Raleigh, Nov. 1. Clinton Crow, aged
63, was found dead In a room here. He
was an insurance agent and was quite
widely known. He married Miss Kirk
land of Hillsboro who was. a sister of
the Confederate General William Kirk
land. Occasionally one has the fortune to
meet women who are ideal in looks and
figure. ' , Ni' ety-rine times out of a
hundred you will find she takes Hollis-
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or
Tablets, 35 cents. F. S. Dhffy.
, , - r November 1st
Rev. D. C. Geddie preached at Beth
Mrs. Mollie Mattocks and daughter
Dixie of utella spent Sunday with Mrs.
C. W. Taylor. ,
Mrs. Ida Dennis returned home Fri
day from a. visit to her parents at
Macedonia. . She waa accompanied by
her sister, Miss Nellie Cayton. .
Dr. J W Sanders, wife and neice.
Miss Ethel Sanders, who have been
visiting relatives at Beaufort, returned
home last week.
Mis Eula Bell of Newport visited
Mrs W C Bell last week."
Mr. Z V Barrington of New Bern was
in our town drumming one day last
Mr Will Mace of Beaufort was in our
neighborhood Wednesday. ,
Mr Leo Mattocks of Silverdale was
the guest of Mrs t A Ennett's ' unday.
Messrs DW and V.' alter Smith re
turned from Vanceboro and New Bern
Mr Ben Irvin of Stella spent Sunday
with Mr. W F Taylor..
Misses Gevena McGinn and Beatrice
Weeks of Stella and Maey Weeks of
Hampton were the guests of Miiaes
Estelle and Elhel Humphrey Sunday.
Messrs, George Mattocks and Crl
Weeks of Stella and Micajah Weeks of
Hampton spent Sunday with Mr LC
.... . Oct 23,
We are having it right dull this week.
as ao many of our people have gone
courting up to Bayboro.
M W Fodrie waa in town today rep
resenting A W Armstrong,
Ned Delamar of Belhaven is visiting
friends and relatives here this week,
Albert Mattocks of High Point has
accepted a position in Dr. O G Daniels
,W J Morgan is attending court this
Rev W G Walker, State Evangelist
of the Christian Church, preached here
last night to a large and attentive aud
ience, hia an elegant speaker, and
tho' his visit was a short one, it has
stirred up much enthusiasm among the
Th Junior Epworth League of ihe
M E Church gavt their Rally day enter
tainment Sunday night, which was very
nice and pleasing to the large audience.
Much praise is due Mrs M S Ball for
her untiring efforts in training the lit
R D Hodges little daughter, Lets
Hodge, had her foot crushed right
bad while in th gin house, by a Urge
piece of iron falling on it Had ah
en a little nearer, it would have been
a fatal blow. .
Mrs O G Daniels is very sick with
Mr and Mrs Luke Midyett are on th
tick list this week. ;
We would like to see some more cold
clear weather and maybe all the sick
folka would get will. ,' ' . '
' Miss M Love Rich who is teaching
school at Kershaw visited friends and
relative her Sunday .
Mr Scotch Caroon has been employed
to run the cotton gin of Mr R D Hod
If you Ilk coffee but dare not drink
BOTH PARTIES COM-
Corporation . Commission Or
ders Union Station to be
Built at Once. .
VIOLHTEBS OF BfflE
News of Enormous Cettok Crop in Tex
as. Capital Square Being Regrad
' ed and Reseeded. Mystery of
The Muriered Man Still
Dark. Verdict for
' Mrs. Wyatt.
, . . Spwcial Correspondence
Raleigh Oct 81 The Corporation
Commission orders the Seaboard Air
Line and the Atlantic Coast Line rail
ways to build a Union passenger stat
ion at Pembroke and te arrange for a
frieght depot there within six'y days
form date. .?' ; -
State Chairman Simmons left today
for Carteret county to speak. He said
just before leaving that the vote in the
state would be fuller than he expected
at first it would be. He is very much
pleated with the general outlook. From
various quarters the news comes that
the party Is holding its own in the east
and will make gains in the west Revt
nue Collector Duncan takes issue with
these statement and insists that the
Republicans will make gains every
where, declaring most positively that
Blackburn will be elected to congress
in the 8th district and Brilt in the
10th. . - . - '
The very attractive and extensive ex
hibits made at the State Fair by Wake
Edgecombe, and New Hanover count
ies have been purchased and carefully
put away in order to be used in the
North Carolina exhibits at the James
Chief Game Warden John W. Up-
church secured the arrest of a man
and a boy here for, killing . partridges
out of season. For a month he has
been in Forsyth county and says that
despite rumors that birds arebjing kill
ed there out of season he found extreme
ly little foundation for these, and says
very few have been killed. Birds arc
well protected there are very numer
ous and as many as 20 coveys have
been seen in the suburbs of Winston
Salem, some birds even coming into
the yards and eating with the domestic
A letter to your correspondent from
his son at Waco, Texas dated 26 says;
"The weather is perfect, cotton crop
enormous and farmers are selling freer
ly." ... v,.-. , ,
A previous letter had stated that if
the crop there could be gathered it
would amount to five million bales. The
prices for picking in west Texas are so
high, from $1 to $1.25 per hundred, as
to practically amount to giving half a
bale to pick the other ha f.
The capitoi square is being set in
grass and regraded and will be next
"J spring more attractive than ever Be
Efforts continue : to ascertain the
name of the dead man buried here, who
was killed by detective Bivina. Un
fortunately, no photograph of him was
taken. At least three persons are sure
that the man was named Bryson, one
that he was named Southall, of Lynch
burg, and too that he was George Mc
Laughlin, of Portsmouth, but this is
very queer that none of Bryson's peo
ple have shown up or made any inquiry
about him, or If other persons are mis
sing that more inquiries had not been
made, as a matter of fact np inquiries
at all have been made.
AttheexercisecIsstnight at St Au
gustine, a negro normal school there
were talks by Bishop Cheshire, State
Superintendent Joyner, Dr, George T.
Winston, Bishop Gray, of New York,
Captain Mahan, Rev. Dr. Bryan, of
Petersburg, Rev. Silas McBee and Mr.
Bishop. George F. - Peabody did not
come her with th party, having re
turned north from Petersburg. The
members of th party have all gone
South, continuing their inspection of
various negro schools. ,
In the superior court here last night
the jury in the case of Mrs. Msttie S.
'Wyatt vs. J. Waiter Wyatt, her hus
I band, gave a verdict in her favor for
t $3,1 00 she lent him. She is a daughter
, of the late Governor Daniel G. Fowl,
There are four aspirant, for the po-
!(ai, a Trtanatrh n,tMDl Jlf M
Guttrd of Mt 8ltU bt g0T.
ernor wili not make any appaintment
until about the first of December.
Chapped had are quickly cured by
app'ying Chamberlain's Salvo. ' Price
6 cents, for sal by Davis Pharmacy
and F S Duffy, .,;'. ; .--,... i',' ' h ,
' . i mm, .
cures all headaches, etc, does not de
press the heart, 10, 25 and 50 cents a
battle at drui'tf bts, doses at fountains.
TOLD OF THE 6.0, P.
Dr. G. R. Ilnghcs Will Return I
To Jones County To Prac- j
tice There. School j
; Shows 4319
, Children of
. Age ;
Greensboro Nov. 1 Tuesday for the
first time, Judge Bynum Sand Mr. Sam
Bradshaw went out in the country on a
spell binding' exposition breaking their
long spell of silence. J The Republican
county candidates spoke "at Mt Hoptv
and there is no doubt that Judge By
num had an idea of the eternal fitne.-s
of thingB, when he plumed his flight
from the cross roads in Guilford county
named so suspiciously, "Mt. Hope".
Neither the JJudge or CoL Bradshaw
made the least reference to local or
state politics, both describing a grace
ful perihelion around the sun of shining
Nutional affairs. There were 65 present
to hear those distinguished anti-"Feder
al office holding trust" renublicans.and
Wednesday's Industrial News, had not
& line of their presence or effort, but
told in nearly a column special of how
postmaster Willis Briggs.down at Apex
"tore his opponent, Charlie Harris in
to shreds. " Mr. Briggs' loving news
paper brethern here were astonished
that Mr. Harris, in the Industrial News
escaped being eaten alive.
Dr. George R. Hughes, who moved
here several years ago with his family
from Jones county, will return to Jones
January, First. He has sold his hand
some residence on Summit Avenue to
Mr. Oscar Sapp, a prominent lawyer at
Aaheboro, Randolph county. Mr. Sapp
has formed a co-partnership for the
practice of law with ex-Judge Spencar
B. Adams and will move his family to
Greensboro ihe first of next year.
Under the direction of the City Board
of Education, Mr. M. C Workman,
employed to take the census of school
children, has completed the work and
made his report Thia report shows
that there are 4319 children of school
sgs (6 to 21 years) in the city, Of this
number 2679 are white and 1640 are col
ored. ' More than half of all the chi'-
dren are in school Mr. Workman found
one white and one colored blind child.
According to his report there are 43
married women, 2 married men and 28
pairs Jof twins in the city of school
Pep-Tono stays in the memory by reas
on of surpassing quality.
The weather being very favorable
harvesting corn, peas and potatoes is
the order of the day with our farmers.
Mrs N T Geffroy, Mrs Hutton and
son", and Misses Holmes and Apperson
of Beaufort were driving in our burg
Wednesday afternoon and called on the
Mrs Wm Campen and children spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
and friends at Morehead City.
1 Mr Julian Futcher and Lillie Httskntt
of North River were the guests of Miss
Elraa Burke Sunday.
Mr Borden B Small is improving the
looks of his farm in the way of new
buildings such aa stock houses, etc. "
Mws Pearl Elisabeth Langdalewent
to Beaufort Sunday afternoon where
she entered St Paula school Monday,
Her many friends regret to see her
leave.- .: .
Several of oar neople attended serv
ices at Russell Creek Sunday. -Clyde
Camp-3! agent for L G Dan
iels of New Bern, was at home last
week ; '. i; ' X '
. Mr I Langdala and son Frederick
were t Beaufott Wednesday shop
ping. , ,-, ... . , ;
The constant changing of the atmos
phere is causing much sickness in our
community in way of chills and colds.
, y i ZOE.
Pep-Tono the , ideal (drink. ; Tones,
braces and refieahes.
In Tho Shadow of The Gallows.
The Edanll-Winthrope Co. presented
the English historical drama "In The
Shadow of Th Gallowb" last night in
a splendid manner. Pearl Winthrope
as "Jack Shepard" was especially fine
and th entire company acquitted them
selves with much credit ; " '
The hew Pur Food and ' Drug Law
willl mark it on the label of every cough
cure containing opium, .cloroform, or
any other atupifying or pokonous drug,
But it pssses Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure
as made for 0 years, entirely free. Dr.
Shoopall along has bltteily opposed
the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure is absolutely safe
even for the youngest babe and it
cures, it does not simply suppi-ees. Get
a safe and reliablo Cough Cure, by
simply insisting on having Dr. Shoop's.
Let the law be your protection. W
cheerfully recommend and toll it F.
S. DufTv."" - '
Drink Pop-Tone estbonated in hot-
ties 6c,"" " " " -l
Guilford County Farmer Loses
Fine House And Barn By
Fire. Stock Saved.
Carnegie Library The Rendezvous of
Leaxuuig. ,,. Commercial Travellers
in Movement For Two Cent
Mileage. Judge Adams :
Uedgeg on Political
Greensboro Oct. 30 The ' Superior
Court is engaged in trying a big dam
age suit against the Southern Railway,
Mr. T. Joes Weaver, is suing for $20,-
000 damages. He was an assistant
train dispatcher here, and three .years
ago while walking along the track to
deliver a message at the round house,
stepped in front of a passenger train
on to another track and was run over
by a shifting engine and badly hurt He
claims the approaching passenger train
was running so fast, blowing whistles,
and ringing bells, it drowned the noise
of the shifting engine which was back-
in? and had no lookout or gave any
signal .of its approach. The railroad
claims that plaintiff was negligent in
walking on track and stepped immed
iately in front of the shifter. Messrs
Stedman, Cooke, Brooks & Thompson,
appear for Weaver and Messrs King
and Kimball for the railroad. The case
has been in the Supreme court once.
Mr. William E. Curamings a well to
do farmer living near Guilford College
suffered a loss of his residence and barn
yesteidiy by fire. A defective flue in
the kitchen is given as the cause. Only
a few articles of furniture were saved
in the dwelling. A large quantity of
corn, wheat and forrage were burned
with the barn. The stock had been
turned to pasture and escaped, t The
loss will amount to $6,000 with no in
surance. . :,:
Mr. George F. Dyer, the horseman
of Winston was ratber disconsolate this
morning as he stopped here going home
from the Fayetteville fair. Sunday while
in the crowd of fakirs etc, boarding the
tram at Fayetteville for Greensboro, he
had the bad luck of getting his pocket
picked, losirg his purse and an even
hundred dollars. He says it is the first
experience of the kind and he naturally
feels sore over it, ss well aa the loss of
At a meeting of the local branch of
the United Commercial Travelers Satu
day night a committee was appointed
to co-operate with committees of the
order in other plpces in the state in be
half of the movement for 2 cent mile
age. Those named Ton the committee
were Messrs. J. W. Merritt, T. M,
Moore, and H. E Ballance.
The Carnegie Library here is fast be
coming the central point of enlighten
ed activities. Two clubs, three histor
ical societies, a medical society and a
teachen' association now have their
headquarters in the library building.
Prof. Hammel of the State Normal and
Industrial College has just promised a
semi-monthly lecture on electricity and
magnetism for the boys and young
men who are always greatly interested
in these subject A very beautiful
bust of Milton, the gift of Mr. E. S.
Willis has just been placed in the south
reading room. The circulation of library
books averages over 20W per month
but the most hopeful feature i th
ever increasing reference work.
' The county republican candidates be
gan their round of appointment yesterday.-
1 They have so far conducted
their campaign entirely on the . bush
whacking order, having no published
appointments until thus put out and
advertised for this week. Even SUte
Chairman Adams, who said at Alber-
marie In reply to Justice's enquiry as, charl. nm to . nos. Uckllng and
to why he would not consent haying tpptnj at th, bk of the throat
a joint oeoate witn mm m uuurora
county, replied that he was too big a
man w ne cnasing rauoiia in uumorai
county, as he had the whol Stat of
North Carolina to look alter, , made a Me wai completely drive ail eatarrl i
speech in High Point one night last germi th, tyitem.
night and had carefully refrained from , Hyomei contains NaturV heC -having
his engagement to speak there oilt balsams, th f erm-kir.'.ri r
announced by poster or in th Indu. pertie, of th pine-forests, and c (
trial Newa. Had it been known that with the air yoa breathe t the t t
he was to have spoken there, he would remote cells of th respiratory or i,
certainly hav been asked for th earching out and killing a'l 1 1
irurtn time oy jusnc w give mm
another division of time, even as at
Albemarle on his own terms. ; .
The democratic candidates began
yesterday their second round of rp-
'pointmenfs, and ever sine the cam-
paign began, It has been noted that
the attendance on their meetings con-
tinues to increase. People have found
It Is much more instructiv and enter-
taining to hear two good argument
from able men like nolt and Justice,
I who are the principal speakers for the
democratic candidates, thun on ' r tl.e
old plan when the rtpulllcnn eai,.: "
went w.th them, and ss t I
MsHMMssajM - ' '
Little Girl's Obstinate Cas8 oT
Eczema Instantaneous Relief
By Cutlcura little Boy's Hands
and Arms Also Were a Mass
of Torturing Sores Craiei -Mother
Says i ;.
'In reply tb.your letter I writ ym -my
experience, and you as privileged
to use it as yon see fit Last year,
after having my little gui treated by av
very prominent physician for an ebsti--.
nate ease of ecsema, I resorted to th
Cuticura Remedies, and was ao well
pleased with the almost instantaneous. .
relief afforded that w discarded thr
physician' prescriptioo and relied a
iirely on the Cuticur fioap, Cuttcurst
Ointment, and Cuticura Puis. When '
we commenced with the Cuticur Rem
edies her feet and limbs were eevered
with running sores. In about six week
we had her completely' well, and' then
has been no recurrence of the trouble.
"In July of this year a little boy in
our family poisoned his hands and arms ..
with poison oak, and in twenty-four
hours nis hands and arms were a mas
of inuring sores. ' We used only th
Cuticura Remedies, washing his hand
and arms with the Cuticura Soap, and
anointed them with the Cuticura Oint
ment, and then rave him the Cuticura,
Resolvent. In about three weeks hi
hands and arms healed up; so we hav
lots of cause for feeling grateful for th
Cuticura Remedies. ' We find that th
Cuticura Remedies are a ' Valuable
household standby, living as we do
twelve miles from a doctor, and where
it costs from twenty to twenty-five dol
lars to come up on the mountain.
Respectfully, Mrs, Lizzie Vincent
Thomas, Fiurmount, Walden's Ridge,
Tenn., Oct. 13, 1906." . ,
Ornnplrt, BitMnil u4 Internal TrwuMrtt Inr iif
Humor, from Pimple, to Serorula, tram Infancy la Ana,
oniiitinr of Cntfenm Bonn, SSc, Ofotmont, 0e., SnMlv.
i t, Mc. (In form af Chwoi.l. CaaM Fill,, Ue. not rial
at , mar bo hai of all dtuarlM. A M1 M oft, anraa
tti. moM dlATewlu earn wbn all alas ntlla, fottar Ilms
S Ckern. !orp. Sob Praaa, Boaton, Sw.. .
Hauoa r rca, - now w cnr Iwwllf. UWtKMXWU
iM.'nnd'I'A.Urail Mm Saa k.' . , " " .
make a "few remarks" there waa no
time left for a discussion of great que
tions by anybody intelligently or con
secutively. In thia respect, they aro
finding that the refusal of the repub
lican candidates to make" the Tottnd
with the democrats, was in mor re
spects than on, blessing , fas di
goisfc" . . . -
We are having cool weather now.
Bad colds are common complaints,
but we are thankful to say w have no
real illness. i'-rv.- .'
Our quarterly meeting Saturday and
Sunday was fine. Elder Armstrong
preached an able sermon and baptised
two persons. ..Vy.,,',-
Mr C S Hewitt, an' old nativ of
White Oak, now of Virginia,' was in
our town a few days last week. He
was taken to the train at Maysville by
Master Alex Higgina . to meet his tit
ter, both enroute for Virginia leaving
tear behind, .-,
Mic Lina Hsfl of Poilocksvill it
spending while with relatives her.
Mrs Rebecca Collin who has been
unable to walk on account of erysipelas
is slowly improving. ' i-M Li-
Mrs R B Parson who baa been quit
sick is also on th mend. ,.
Miss Marv Paraona of Jons conntv
la visiting ber brother, Robert Par
sons. ... ',
George Taylor is having dwellinc
erected on bis place her.
Sol Gillett it making nic repair
his dwelling. " ' " ' '
Brsttht Hyomei and. 6et R:"r inJ
Curt. Sold Under Cuarnti
If yon hav catarrh, with offen&i
' w.th. huminir t th. ti,-t
hln,( nhiBg of toacoM difflcuity
ln hrtthinr. anaMliur. hnkl.M ?-..
wpeciaily at nightf eoughing pasms,
ttc begin the use of Hyomel at one.
itshealins' medication wi3 riv .
iief to tew mnd ,u eontaa
germ, Md soothing and h
irritation there may be In tU r.
membrans. It U easy and t a
use Hyomei,- pleasanter Cm r
th stomach dosing, as its r '
t c !
is breathed through a nf-t t
baler, which can be can .
or vest-pocket nd earrl.
to just the spot where r
1 Th complet ilyor i
$1, extra bof.V if r '
and F, S. T y
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