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. NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY. ' N. CM TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14. 1911-FIRST SECTION ,
CD DI ED
ETY IIT PEKING
. Over Coming of General ' Chang
and Army Preparation For
. Peking, Nov. 10 Two men are on
the way . to Peking, whose coming it
- - . One is Liang Chichiao, the noted rev
;. former, who is deemed the mo ft influ
; ential Chinaman of letters. He ia on
" hie way from Japan, where he his long
- been in exile. ","'"
.Tbe other is Gen. Chang Shaotsen,
. - commander of the Lahchow troops, who
foreed from the throne promises of a
' Chang refused to gl as Imperial En
: . Toy toconcil.iate the people of the North
' laying that his troops wautec1 to remain
under his command, but now he is on
. his way to the capitil at the summons
of the Government. Thousan ds of thous
. and of natives fear that he may not
come alone.' '.V'V t :'' f-Y- -:"
In the National Assembly members
-- hare asked what measures had been ta-
- ken to protect ; Peking against Gen.
r Chant and whether he is coming at the
head of his troops. N member of the
Government was present to renly, but
the President of, the Assembly slated
thet Chang h accompanied by his sol
dier and that palace evidently ordered
' him here! because he stands for the beat
the Manohu dynasty can now hope for
a conaiitutional m inarchiv . '
- Chang cinnot capture Peking wi'h
, out a struggle, it is thought at the lega
tions. He may be permitted to ente-,
. but a fight ia ee-tiin before the Man
chut will surrender their privi'ees.
The Manchus undouhieOy are ptvpa--ing
for a siege,' are storing great quan
tities of rice in the lar;a-kg. The pil
: ace's loyal garrison has t een increaetd
by amall bodies of pic':ed men. A thous
and have arrived I rum Chamrchnr.
1 be Chinese are bei g outwitted id
are fating sent outside the wa la. Ti e
city gates have been overh ml'd and
Prince Regent Chun is icipable of
. , connected thovight, it is stated t enii-of-
fie tally, and the iiobjei cannoc agre
- upon a definite line of action. .. '"
" ' Gen. Yin and other high - officials and
Pnnc'j have taken refuge in the lega
tion qusrter hotel, whili still other
Manchua have sought shelter in the
Tarious legations. -
Sealed boxes ' of treasure arrive at
the legations daily.' 'Ancient works of
art appear on the legation walls. These
have been given to tbe members of the
legation for safe keeing. Special
trana drawn by double engines and pick
' . ad with passengers are making continu
ous trips to Tientsin. ' - ' '
Don't let the cold snap
catch you without a heater
from J. - S; Basnight: Hdw.
" Co. 67 S.' front SC Phone
,7 Missionary Anniversary,
The Beech G'? MMonary Society
Will have its Sffi-h, anntwl. ingathering
at the church on Fruity November 17cb
at 11 o'clock a, m Tbia is tha princi
pal meeting of the year fur the Beech
Grove penile, and our friend are cordial
ly invited 1 1 meet with us and have a
good day. - V .
Dr. E. C Carter of New Bern, pastor
of the First Baptist Church has con
tented to deliver the annutl address.
W Uke out wall Ailed ba ked, and
feast tbe physical nun, an a gneral
featt is expected bt-dy, mind and spirit,
Come out a 'id hep us enj y the da,'
We hope our neighbor and friend
'Will not feel too busy t spurs the diy
feuch sn important maetinr. Cme.out
and hilf ua discharge the duietand en
joy tbjt privileges of the day.
A MeroSer of B. G. M. S.
Brand New Line
of Ruga juat in from, the mills, 9x12
Ax-minister, In beautiful shades, extra
heavy at $20,00, 912 Wilton at (27.60,
9xlS Brossell at $25 00, 9x12 Topeslyat
112. B0, small rut to match. , Now
the time t'i make selection, a my stock
' if complete. ,
. ,.:.v J. S. MILLER.
Tbe Furniture Man,
To Avoid A Cold. ,
With the sudden fall nf th Uirpra
tur pers)P ran a great risk of catch
ing old. There It one aimpl way of
avoiding colds keep your miuth vhnt
while out of door. Tb. man or wonan
who cmo out of an overheated room
rupi-cially late at nigh', and breathes
throug-h the mouth, will either rttch
bad cold or irritate tha lungs suffldvnt
y tncsusx n-i' y .no and nnpleaaant
runa, Chills are oft.m th result nf
talking freely while out of duo'l
just after lenvii g a room (u'l o' hot air,
and theater-goers whi dice rt and lauh
over the pixy n their way horn ar
; . CELEBRATE
First Passenger Train Will Enter
That Place On Not. 23. Plan-,
ning Big Day.
Southport, Not, 10 -Thursday,; No
vember 23; wilt be a Red Letter Day
in the history of Southport. On that
day the first passenger train will enter
the town and a celebration appropriate
to such an important occasion baa been
planned and the people of the entire
State are extended a cordial invitation
to be present op that day.
Arrangements will be made to have
boats ran at frequent intervals to and
from Fort Caswell so that visitors may
bava the privilege of teeing tbe Fort,
with all its attractions,' and a glimpse
of the '-mighty Atlantic" at the same
time. The officers at Fort Caa well are
invited to serve on the Enturtantment
Committee and their co-operation will
add greatly to the success of the day.
The military band will be strongly in
evidence, and the committees in charge
of the muiical part of the program' it is
hoped, will, make sure that there is
music a plenty for every one to enjoy,
Tha Is one of the chief attractions of
the day for many of the good people of
the County who cannot listen to a
band concert every week in the year.
Boat racing and field sports will take
place during the afternoon, following
the barbecue, and bear-steak event,
and if the weather is fair, theae sports
may include baseball.
It Is proposed to make tha 23, a reds
letter day and ti do justice to tbe oc
casion tie whole state is invitej 1 1 take
part aad help C9lebrat). People of
prominence from all over the country
are exp cted in Southport on that day
an i invitations are to be extended to
all the public men in N-rth Carolina to
be guests of Southport at that time.
The. program is being arranged and
it tg going to be i ns that will wake'old
Southport from the one hundred years
Bleep, and focus the ayes of the state
and the world 6n a new born ocean
New Bern, Take Notice.
Mr. Editor PI -ate atop my ad at
nee. Since my hat ad waa placed" in
your paper my business has increased
o I cannot hardly wait on my custo
mers. Please atoo until further notice.
O-e fine mule f r sale. "Big Hill,',
the Shingle and Pjper Ronfing Man.
Death of Dr. C. J. Mattocks.
News was received her last night of
the death of Dr. C. J. Mattocks, of
Pollocksvllle, which occurred at that
place on last Thursday.
Dr. Mattocks waa 72 year of age
and hid been in failing health for some
time and hi death waa not unexpected.
The funeral wa held at Trenton yee-
terday aftm vn ani th remain laid
to rst in th family hurrying lot at
Hiwifand onr son survive him.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have yon neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tern and caused trouble with your kid
ney and bladderf Have yon pain in
loin, side, back, groin and bladder?
Have you a flabby appearance of th
face, especially under the eyea? Too t re
quent a desire to pas urine? If to, Wil
liams' Kidney Pills will cur you-at
Druggist, Pric60c Williams' M'fg
Co., Prop., Cleveland, O. ... "
Becoming frightened at sometrival ob
ject a poov ownd by Mr. S. W. Fr
bee and which waa being driven by
young Robert Ferebee, daahed down
Craven street late yesterday afternoon
and despite all the effo't of the young
driver, who was teatl in tb mall
a irt to wblch th animal was hitched,
gained so much momentum by th time
he had rchd the Inter section nf
Pollock tttaet that b wa only touch
in th pavement in the high place.
Young Robert courteously held on tbe
ieii a and aucceeded in bringing the
ilmal to a stop near Redmond's whirf
at the foot of Craven Sc. Notn'ng was
Inj'ird bat a larg number of people
who witnessed the runaway expected
t-v. ry second to see tha driver, pony
and cart all badly injured and damaged,
Certificate of Stock Lost.
, Notice I hereby given, that eartifl
eat of stock number thirteen, issued
j hy th- Atlantic North Carolina Rail
road tjompany ror on snare oi noci
M. F. Arvndell, ha been lost and tb
undetalgned will apply to said company
for a naw certificate.
This th first day of November 1911.
V M. F. ari;ndell
, BY W. L. ARENDELL.
Sir Thomas Boor Crosby was inaugo
rated Lord Mayor of London.
' MEETING HELD
Board of Education And Associa
tion of School Committeemen
Met at Court House Yes
Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock the
Craven County Board of Education and
tha Association of School Committee
men met at the court house in this city
for the purpose of discussing plana for
the school work this term. The meet
ing was called to order by County Su
perintendent, S. M. Brinson, who ex
plained the object of the Association.
Tbe following officer were elected;
President G V. Richardson, of Do
Vice President John Humphrey, of
Secretary-W K. Baxter.
Executive Committee P. M. Pear-
sail, Daniel Lane and D. W. Richard
son. The following subject were dis-
1. What definite qualifications and
what definite things have you a right,
as a school committeeman, to expect of
the teacher in your district this sess
2- Along what definite linea has the
teacher in your district a right to ex
pect your active co-operation as a
8 What definite benefits havo been
gained for the children of your district,
as well as the community at large, thro
tbe voting of local tax.
4. What definite benefits have been
gained for the children of your district,
as well a the community at large,
through the consolidation of the small
one teacher schools into a school with
two or more teachers?
Along what definite lines ran you, as
a school committeeman, lahor -to im
prove tbe educational opportunities and
advantage of the children of your dis
trict, a well as your c mnly at large ?
Tha following committeemen made
talk; W. R, Arthur, G. V. Richard
son, P. M. Pearsall, J. S. Morton, Dan
Richardson, John Humphrey and J. H.
Mr. L. C. Brpgden, State Supervisor
of Elementary Schools gave valuable
counsel to the Committeemen and his
suggestions, if acted upon, will help de
velop an excellent system of schools.
Mr. Brogden wa thanked for hit talk
The Association adjourned to meet in
theepring whan a combined meeting of
all tha county teachers and school com
mitteemen will be held.
It la planned to make this meeting
the greatest educational rally ever held
in this county.
1 aolid carload of Brass and Iron
Beds, we can give you good strong Iron
Bed aa low as $2.60 each, 2 inch post
for 18.00 that beats anything you ever
taw for the price.
J. S. MILLER,
The Furniture Man.
Two more magazine officers were ar
rested on s complaint of misuse of mailt
for the sale of stock.
' Foree of Habit.
"If a carious bow habits fastso them
setve on people. You know Wappe
"He' an enthusiastic flshermsn and
alwy bas a story tt tell about soma
gigantic monster of tbe deep that be
"I've beard him tell a lot of lies of
"Wall, tt aoema that burglar broke
Into hi house tbe other night and he
got np and captured one of them a
llttl fellow-tot you ought to bear
aim tell about tb also of the one that
got away. Chicago Record-Herald.
: Dane's Tn Book.
Charlea A. Dana once mad a Bet
f ten Indispensable book. They
ar tha Bible, Shakespeare, tb IXic
'aratioa of Independence, tbe Con
stltutloa of tb United States, Ban
croft' "History of tb United States."
bring' "Life of Washington," Frank
tin's "Autobiography," Cbanutng's "E
say on Napoleon Bonaparte." Gibbon's
"Decline and Fall of tb Soman Em
ptr" and TarbeU'a "Barly Life a
Lincoln. , ' " , , ; '
- In Mourning Cor Tiger.
Tb Moaa-Arot, otberwlas. known la
Darning a Bagb-l-arol, tb tiger folk,
a ubtrlb or ept of th Bara race,
till regard It aa tb correct thing to
go tote mourning tor twenty-four
boars or so whenever a tiger dies near
tbelr village. Build food Is tabooed
ne alight privation to the Kacbtri,
tout fellow and. In fact, tb navvies
- . 0f Assam par excellence. Than at tb
u; ena or m tm --
ral cleanup, tb floor and wall be
ing smeared with a mud, clothe and
bra sen otenslla being taoroughly
cleansed In running water and earth
Bwar veaael tbat bav buoa used
at all being actually broken snd thrown
way Lastly, santl-Jal, "the wster of
peace." 1 drunk and tb Both or t
acrlflced flowl or pig eaten by all the
clansmen In common. Los4vja AUis-
aatua. . .. '.i , -
Repulse Determined Attack by
Ambushed Turks and
Tripoli. Nov. 11. Strong forces of
Turks and Arabs, supported by artil
lery, delivered a determined attsck on
'he Italians today all along the line be
tween Hamidcu and Boumeliana, but
principally against the extreme left.
' Beginning early this morning' with a
series of skirmishes, the fighting about
noon took on the character of a general
action, Aa usual, the Turks displayed
desperate eourage, but were unable to
withstand the tremendous combined
fire from the trenches and the field ar
tillery and guns of the armored cruiser
Cario Alber o, which lay in the road
ate id, Therefore, they retreated all
along the line.
While the eleventh Bersaglier were
a tacking the fort at Hamidch, which
ha I been s ormed last night, they were
sud lenly taken on the flank by a large
fore i of Arabs hidden in the palms and
olive groves and heavy losses were sus
tained before the enemy were beaten
LAND FOR SALE.
25 acres of valuable land within
miles of New Bern, north. Write
C. P. FULCHER,
Edwards, N. C.
Bridgeton, Nov. 9. As we have not
let the Journal hear from our little city
in some time, we will attempt to write
Mrs. Julia Hill and child and Miss Ira
Hall, of New Bern, and Miss Madie Da
vis, of Elizabeth City, wre inourtown
today visiting relatives and friends.
Mi;s Mh Ipock, of Billii'1, has hoen
in our town visiting at the home of Rev.
Rev. J. M. Wright wa called to
preach the funeral of Mrs. D. R. Cav
ernor today out on the Perry planta
tion near Naw Bern. He returned tbis
Mr. O. M. Peterson, who has been
living in our town for som i time, has
moved over to New Bern. We were sor
ry to see him leave.
Mr. H. W. BarringtDn and daughter
Miss Mattie, was called to Durham lait
week on account of the illness of her
daughter Miss Mittie Barrington, who
's attending school there. Miss Mattie
returned home Monday saying that her
sister was m ich better, and that her
mother would return later.
Mr, Jim Willey, who has resided in
our town for a long timj, has moved
his family over to New Bern.
Mr, Joseph Stalling and Miss Rosa
Thomas were q'liotly married Tuesday
night at 8.30 o'clock at the home of
Rev. J. M. Wright in the presence of a
few friends. They will make their home
at the groom's sitter's Mrs. W. H. Ma
son on B street Both parties are res
idents of our town; we wish them much
happiness through life's journey.
Mr. T. W Holder has opened up his
livery stables on B street. We wish
him much success,
Mr. L. H Cannon who started to
build a dwelling on A street some time
ago bas about finished it which adds
much to that part of tbe town.
Miss Hattie Bragg, who has been
down to Tburmta visiting her father
has returned home.
There will be preaching at the Meth
odist church Sunday morning and night
by the pastor, Rev. J. M Wifcht. Sun
day night will be the last sermon Bro
Wtight wi'l preach to us before leaving
for conference. Every body ia cordi
ally invited to come out and hear both
Mrs. N. M. Farrow went over to Wil
mington last Thursday on a business
trip and returned h ime Saturday,
Guarantees Parisian Sage For
Falling Hair and Dandruff,
We want you to know that the gir
with the Auburn hair la on every bottle
and cartoon of PARISIAN dAGE.
W want you' to know thi for your
own protection, for ther are many Imi
tation, and it 1 an easy matter to get
th ipuriou article. '
You can a! way get the genuine PAR
ISIAN SAGS at Bradbam Drug Co..
lor onlv 60 cent a bottl ther will not
i..ffiv t mi
PARISIAN SAGE it rigid'ly gaaran-
teed for dandruff, falling bair and tcalp
It is a most deligiful and invigorat
ing hair dressing that put lit and
brilliance into tbe hair and cautet it to
grow If th hair root be not dead.
, It's th tonic you will us always If
you us it ones,
15,000,000 Crop and Whether.
Nine Cents Seems To Meet
New York, Nov. 11 Although prices
have almost shown weakness they have
latterly rallied. When the market
neara nine cents it strikes a spinning
demand from home and foreign houses,
which cause an immediate recoil, Tbe
opinion is gaining ground that even 4
crop of 16,000,000 bales has been pretty
nearly discounted in the enormoua de
cline which has taken place since it be
gan to be suspected that the present
yie'd would transcend anything before
known. The census bureau's figures
putting the total quantity ginned up to
November 1st. at nearly 10,000,000
bales, are variously interpreted, but
some believe it is even now too early
to jump to the conclusion that the drop
is 15,000,000 bales or more. They insist
that the unusually early maturity pick
ing and marketing of the crop have
misled the cotton dealers of the world
as to real size of the American crop.
These critics think the yield may easily
turn out to be no more than 14,000,000
bales, and in fact, a Chicago house the
other day estimated it at only 13,000,
000 bales December at times has been
Meantime, the weather at the South
has been rainy and unsettled, interfer
ing more or less with the movement of
of tbe crop. The holding baek move
ment seems, if anythiog, to be gaining
momentum rather thin dying out,
Large spot interests have at times been
buying January. Wall Street houses
were buying rather more freely on
Thursday and many of the shorts in the
distant months have been covering.
Manchester has be 'n firm with a better
demand and thenpot. sales in Liverpool
have later been 10,000 bales a day. Yet
there can be no question that there is
still a fctrong undercurrent of bearish
sentiment. It is based on the idea that
the crop is 16,500,000 bales one South
ern estimate the o her day put it as
high aa 16, 000,0. bales and that euch
a crop can only be absorbed or financed
at a further decline in prices. Liver
poo) telegraphs that large shipmen's
destined for Chins have been stopped.
Though sales of print cloths at FhII
River have latterly increased and som'
other branches of the cotton goods bus
iness have also shown improvement the
general condition of textile Indus' ry in
this country still leaves much to be de
sired The South of late has sold December
and so have spot houses against cotton
coming here. The government will is
sue an estimate of tbe crop on Decem
ber 11th, and believers in lower prices
profess to the confident that it will be
in substantial accord with their ideas
aa to the size of the yield. Yet tbe re
sistance to pressure which the market
has latterly shown, together with ta k
of the persistent holding back of cot
ton encourages some who are disposed
to begin buying in a cautions way for a
rise while there Is undoubtedly more or
less nervousness among tbe shorts not a
few of whom have latterly been cover
ing, taking indeed, some 150.000 to 200.
000 bales within two days, partly owing
to wet weather and partly, it is said,
because of tbe prodding by Engene
Scales snd the Pell ptrty in Wall
Street, who are supposed to exploit the
vh'irt interest whenever it becomes
large enough to make it worth while.
If you want just a cheap heater for
bed room, we can give you a nice little
wood heater for Sl.25 that heats quick.
We have out of car of Coles Ranges and
Hot Blast Heaters, 2 Ranges and 20
Heaters left Don't d lay in getting
your heater placed in your home.
J S. MILLER.
The Furniture Man.
Southern Ry. Gives Increased Pay.
Washington, Nov. IS. President Fin
ley, of the Southern Railway Company
announced 'oday that, in recognition of
the vain of their tttrvic and tnair loy
alty to th intere ti of the Company,
the management ha suthorii d an ad
v incs in tha taliriet of its c'orical em
ployee heretofore n ceivine $70 00
per month or let. Tbia advanc it to
be effectiv a on Novimber 1, 1911,
Early Sunday morning at hi home
near Rbems, Mr. Wm. H. Scott. The
deceased bad been suffering .from a
complication of disease for om time
and bl death was not unexpected. Tht
funeral rvb- was conducted at lie
1 h Sunday aftarnooa and tb rs-
main brought to this city and interred
In Cedar Grov cemetery with Royal
Arcanum honor, of which lodg b was
an honored member. '
Antonio Amalda will form th nw
mini try fir Portugal, ; .
Annual Memorial Service in Mem
ory of Departed Brothers Will
be Held on Dec. 2d.
The ever beautiful and solemn serv
ice of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, ht-ld in every city in the
United States, io which there is a lodge
of the antlereJ tribe on the first Sun
day in December of each y- ar, wi 1 be
held in ihi Masonic Theatre in this city
on Sunday December 3.
The motto of this order: "Tbe faults
of our br ithem we write up in the
sands, their virtues upon the tablets of
Love and Memory," is in keeping with
the teachings of the order and it is t )
keeping with the teachings of the order
and it is to keep alive the memory of
those who have passed o i to the Giand
Exulted Rultr of the Universe that
these meetings are hild, and the many
good deeds of the departed Elks are re
corded, and the eraser of broth rly love
again wipes from nvm ry forever, ev
ery fault, and records anew a tablet of
virtue and filial affection.
Judge Robert H. Sykes, of Durham,
has accepted an invitation to de'iver
the memorial address before the New
The entire progrtm has not yet been
completed, but it is understood that a
number of splendid musical selections
have been arranged for and also sever
al thort talks ,by prominent members
of the lodge.
Stoves polished and put up
See Bashight Hdw. Co.,
Beaufort News Notes.
November 13th. F'shermen snd the
fish factory p-opln are rejoicing now
over the run of menhaden or fat backs,
which began Isst Friday, in quantities.
Long hours were the rule Friday and
Saturday, the wekthur bjing fine for
the brats, and the profit', were large,
some crews averaging $40.00 per man
for single loads. The finh are sold at
$1.10 per 1,000.
Sunday nieht a the Norfolk-South
ern mail train patved Thurman, a rock
crashed through a car window on one
side and then crashed through the
glass on the opposite tide, falling out
side. Capt. Hinnsnt at once stopped
the train and a ruah was made to dis
cover the guilty parly. A group of ne
Kro youths were encountered and their
names tnken, no one em't-sting to be
the culprit. Warrants will likely be
The Wireless Station here repotted a
gale velocity of 50 miles an hour on
The Funny Penguins.
Of all tha foreign birds to be seen In
soologlcal collections it la tbe penguins
tbat gain the moat popularity with the
least attempt to do so, says a writer
In the London Graphic, who proceeds
They do not affably converse with th
public like pnrrots or make grotesque
gramaces like pelicans. Indeed, they
studiously ltmore the visitors whom
they attract by their Inimitably qunln'
caricature of humanity. N'o birds de
part more In form from the usual bird
type, and there Is aoniethlng about
them which .irresistibly suggest an
.overfed little boy In an overcoat with
the eleevea very much too tight for
blm as ther toddle about with their
tiff wings banging down or solemnly
meditate a three bich Jump.
Big New Feature.
Dear to the hearts of ths juvenile
readers of the Naw York Sunday World
Is the brand new page juat made a reg
ular feature of the Magazine Section,
devoted to the interes of hoys and
girls. It's called thi Junior Page, and
U crowded with prize puzzles, tiick
cut-outt, humorous s'iUa, a department
of "Useful Information,," etc.
Next Sunday the Nrw York Work'
will feature score of i-xcludve m: g
zine articles that will deal with varying
phase of human life. Be sure and or
de. yjur copy in auvance.
November 12. Th much advertised
Hallow'en party givenk by the yminp
people of this tawn on the night of Oc
t ber Slt w gre ly nj yod. Mag
giu Moor, Mamie Glancy and Mildrei
fjlancy were th witeiiet, Eddie Moore
Grace Bloorlgnod and Tiity Jnei
were gh-sts, and others took part. The
proeoedt tmruot I to JW which were
devoted to the Graded Hrhool, wi Ich
i ha M n ar t ioo to dedicate Gov,
. tehin will b Invi cd to delivor the
address, al ho igh th exact tim h.it
not bn set. A gtat I an ia expec
ted. - - , -.: -.
List Self-Basting boasters
Don't ruin youi roast by cook
ing it in an ordinary roaster. M.
E. Whitehurst & Co. '
Causing Widespread Destrncjiou
In West. Temperature Falls
Fifty Degrees. , , '
Chicago, Nov. 13 Repot ts received..
aturday night by the Associated Press ;
ndicate that cvlon;c storms, coming
e! ween the a1 normally warm period
and the followi: g cold wave, have
caused djaih and wi lejpraad deatruc-
in in si u hum Wiiconii.i, eastera . .
own and llti'ioU r v-, v
Twelve i!eith several dying and a
score of injun-d are known to be lying; :,
in the wake of the s'orms, and Suffer
ing becHU3e oT the bitter cold and sleet -
and snow already is being reported.
Southern Wisconsin was hardest hit.' . :
according to e uly reports. Near Om
fordville, Rock county, tiine persons) .
were killed and another is rot expected
In the village nf Virginia, M., three)
persons were ii una Unal ana ntty in
In Iowa a fifty degree drop in tem
pera' ur a(C')mti;i'iii"l by a driving
torm of sleet, tid up tiaflic for many
An electric dntu-1) nee which usher- '
ed thh storm here, destroyed several i
feed wires in the c ty's electrical Bys- '
tern and two men were u.jjrrd.
Property lossas nnunted up rapidly
the path o' toe cyclone blizzard.
Near'y eve y pu' lie building in Vir-
mia, lis, wa-' d mo'iihed, far.nera'
houses were wined out. in Wisconsin
and the d.im g- w as increased by the
heavy .downpour of rain, sleet and
1 a'er report-; indicated that ths dead
Hock Ciunty. Wi'., a'one would
e ich a dozen. Two deaths at Milton
WK, were re.i'ir e l t. the train dii-
atcle'r's oflic of tie Chicago, Mil
waukee an 1 St. Paul Ka Iroad, but the
wirej were blown down bufoie there
port could be verified.
Severe weat.ner c nliiions are report-
d all th way from the Kocky Moun
tains, In Ciucigo tho winl blew 41
miles an hour.
One horse farm, adapted to coin and
cotton, lii.e o, ifii range, j;ood resilience
nd nut building, wire fen.-:-, well
drained, onh..nl and vineyard, excel
lent water, healthy. An ide it piuee for
small family who wishes to raise poul
try and stock. Addrvs X, care of
UiTElt WHITE OAK. ITEMS.
June county, N;iv, 12- Some of our
ports nen wi nt coon hunting last night
but were not very si.e 'est-fu1, i:s they
i dn't bring in any fame of any kind.
Game is sum j hit scarce around
Mr. Ferney Collins has gone to Maya
Miss Nannie lligginsof Loco, is visi
ting rtfitives h-.'re thid week.
Mr. Lawerence Smith waa in our
burg a while Monday.
Mrs. Maud Collins and children visit
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J,
Higgins Sun 'ay.
Mr. Hnni- Collins made another
trip to Maysville today.
Mr. Matt CoTiris nn I fumily visited
Mr. and Mrs. Mc l'arsuns Sunday after
noon. Mr. J ib Parsons was over a while
this morning afur lonie cotton hands.
Very little sickness ut present we
aie glad to note.
Come again Loo, and Lee's Chapel'.'
Mrs. Jane Quinn was he'd in Chicago
on the charge of mur ler in connection
with the dei-th or her hushand.
Its double strength,
cuts the cofftcbill
00 in two; Its superior
00 quality gives it
00 a value double
00 The Reily Taylor Co.
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