Is to Catiness what Steam is to
Machinery, that groat propelling
power. This papt i gives results.
Good Adverlis sir
Use t!ioso columns fdr rtifU.
An .advertisement in this papsr
will n-uii i good class of peopls.
v!l m a ri
:!; UW, 2-:?-r end Proprietor.
"Excdsfcr" Is Our Motto.
'crvf.f.n Pi ice vi.GO Per Year.
vL XXi'. Hiw Se Vol. H.-S-IS
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1SC3.
,Q YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
zj Tronic Ilai-cs You miserable.
A'm.o.-t ecvybody vho reads the nev.-s-!
1 !; ai.ro to know cf the wenderful i
cu-.cs made by Dr. i
trie great kidwy, liver
ar.d bladder remedy.
! M v. fJ
cal irlumpij of the r.inc
j i'.jl tsenth century; dz
X Cwvcrsd rater years cf
Q:f s. j Dr. rvtimor, the emi
ii-.-. " cent ludr.ey- -nj tktd-
ocr ipoc?.:;et, snd ir.
::i prompt' curing
("r.:o t:?.ci., lUcnry. b:adcicr, t.rio os-AA tr-"-
t'r.: nd Briijrsi'j Ci i.:, which is ;hcvcrst
J,r;n cf kidney 'e'.ie.
T-r. Kih-.-.er's Sv;;:-r-pRoot is r.ct rec-v:-:iv;cn:!ou
for everything but ii yen have kid
r :y, liver or M?dd ir troub'e it vil! be found
J i:.: tas remedy ye u i:-ee.
in "0 ni?.r:y v.'jyj, in lionpi
til work, ir private
-aii'.f;, i;.!w.:r; '.."- i.c.uiC"3 ic-o Door to cur-
t-hase reiief ard h-s I roved so r.uccec-rfui ir
fc':ry cre tiit r. eveia! crrangenciit hstz
t een nia.ie rj
': z net
r.'cti readers el paper
e:-.dy tried it, may hnve a
" free by rr.nil, also a book
bout S.varnp-Koct r.:rj bo'.v to
n i qv.i ify.u hr.vo hidey cr bladder trouble.
writtn;' mention reac
O'.nr in tliis r -per and jSoY',
fend your a :I -dress to IT?:
iton, H. Y.
r t'ii'y cent
M H.w-cf Svc:i.p-noot.
. Id by ci! fjood dr;
any mistake, but rc- i
i::i::n!ir.r the ii.tn-
:v:im; Hunt, Dr.
S-,vtmt K.--t, i'.n 1 tin; addrosH
il'n. N. V., (..is cverv holtle.
PliYSICIAK AMD SURGEON,
Scotland Xecl-r, IT. C.
PliySICIAN A YD SUHGEOX,
bCuilailtj. -.:Civ, i. . C.
s-t. .st.iirs in White-
iti".C9 ""'i. Hiiidu-.'r.
i i.v, fi-.-i)v 0 n 1 nViprt- i
u o'clock. i
Ivi-:r:? crf.s:a Optician,
"Watch llakor, Jeweler, - En
graver, Scotland !ock, 1T. C.
Attorney and Counselor at
21-221 Atlantic Trust Building
1 orfoik, Ya.
Not ary Public. Sell Phone 7G0
Attop.nky and Counselor at
Halifax, IT. C
Honey Loaned on Farm Lands
pLL !i. J0SY,
General Insurance Agent,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
l.&&&iJ;4 Cum eud bfautaa.- lie hiur.t
I '.!. ks-ilrv!K-i invur.-.i:i rro-.vr.j.
v '-;X,'i- - . ,.';rj.i .-ii-.rf r "ii.s to Se.:toro raj
r --vis-;-! Jt-i-- to i's youthful '.-.:.3i'.
I r- 2 Ur . -Iti ' l----1 f-r. p !J .V hair!;i:iiij.
Full and Complete Line.
4 ' :'VrVVi
oi-mis and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearse Service any Time
lh B. Josey Company,
Scotland, Neck. North Carolina
Cocky fountain Tea Kaooets
A Bnr.y Swdio-'as for Pecplo.
Brings G.13c2 Kjalti r.nd r.canwed Vigor.
A .-'v.'ifk; fir Ceastitir.t.ion, Iji'i;?o-tioti, ISvo
e -nl Ki'luer Trcv.b :. l-iuailpsi. K.-7cmi , Impure
n ..-i.i. 14.-.. i Ei-ORtb. i-.lii'Kr.'l.h D'-.wcU, H-".
op i Ur.c :.a.-:W. If'sRrtrt.-v r.-'ountain 1V3 In tab
1 t fo:'i:i. V, c-ont-s a boT. OcTinine nuirtu bv
I..T.t.:..in;n D.-.s-o Cokvavv, Vv'U
RI8BS DYSPEPSEA TISLETS
Rslicve Indiges-aon anrf Stomach Troubles.
PflanEan -PHq Remedy
RELIEVES WHEN OTHERS FAIL
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
Just now the prohibition campaign,
. , ., .',
saY ana 11 ls mgmy necessary ror ine
harsh things and assume unpleasant attitude against those who disagree
with them. "Vinegar never catches flies," is a true adage and perhaps
its wise principles apply to more things than we sometimes think. Harsh
thoughts and harsh words almost always have a bad effect upon those
against whom they are directed. They should, therefore, be avoided in
all phases of life, if possible. The following from the Stanley Enter
prise is wisely suggestive: "In this prohibiten campaign there is no need j
ior one faction to say bad things about the other, and there should not be !
occasion for one party getting mad at
wherein everyone has his privilege of
has come to a small pass when a man
respect to a man who is opposed to
, , , . ,. ,
:ne enemy, and with the utmost good feeling toward everyone. It is
jsually the man who gets mad at matters of this kirl who will not listen
to reason and who is afraid of the truth."
Now and then one hears the question raised concerning the relative
orwer of the pen and the tongue.
more people, the man who writes and does not
IfiB TOtij-ie , .. ,
give time to puohe speech, or the man who
Tlic Pea or
eaks and gives little time to work with his pan? It is not the purpose of
-hese brief observations to settle the question at ail; but to give a thought
;o the human voice. There is no doubt that in the olden time the- living
voice was far more powerful in stirring the lives of men than the dry
j.archment sheet or the lifeless papyrus. In these latter times cold type
lever rouses the spirit of the reader
I 10 be sure, tne pen may sptas to
tongue, for in these .limes when the printing press is - effective in scat-
coring any and all 'intel licence daily to the very outskirts of the earth
i 13 pi cii---:.;i: i.v iiw iiuii. lu v.'..v o
abed hearers. But the magnetic
.! .n-operiy and wissiy modulaced to splendid expression is a tnousand fold j
nore potent tb-n the work of the pen.
i my other medium of communication
' oi:e, nor viil men ever delight so much in reading from typo the same
. ., , , .. . .
.ae aeng.n anu uentnL oi omei-s.
oried ani should be used to its highest
j is an adversary which fights in the
Those who enjoy the greatest blessings- and privileges in tin's life are I dark. The saloon sppeals to pas
rftcn the slowest to realize them. Most of us take for granted that the ! sion and to prejudice. It does not
! r m i
-.ot m ail that we almost unconsciously enjoy comes as a matter of course j
from the great Giver of All. The less fortunate sometimes put us to j
shame about andour complainings our disappointments. That most won-!
ierful woman. Miss Helen Keller, with a world-wide renutation for the moat !
1 eiiiiii iiUis ivsum v cuieii ta 111 an ic.s,
l.-! 1, ..11
vorld than has ever yet been reckoned. While she is deaf, dumb mad
dind, she has accomplished much more than most people who con hear and
speak and see. Here are some of her most beautiful philosophic cbserva.
dens concerning the blessings and privileges of the blind: "fhe calamity
f the blind is immense, irreparable. But it does not take away our share
;f the things that count service, friendship, humor, imagination, wisdom,
t i3 the secret inner will that controls one's fate. We are capable of
vi'ding to be good, of loving and being loved, of thinking to the end that
,ve- may be wiser. We possess these spirit born forces equally with all
God's children. Therefore we, too, see the lightnings and hear the thun
ders of Sinai. We, too, march through the wilderness and the solitary
place that shall be glad for us, and as we pass God rnaketh the desert to
blossom like the rose. We, too, go in unto the Promised Land to possess
the treasures of the spirit, the unseen permanence of . life and nature."
Never before in the history of this country has the liquor business been
so prominently before the pubiic mind as now. Every phase of the busi
. , , ness is broadly discussed throughout the
'Hard Year for iSc Salsons. , , , . .
country, and the general press has never given
it so much attention before. Collier's makes the following interesting ob
servation editorially concerning the cost of business to those who handie
It: "Prohibitionists will learn with pleasure that the liquor dealers are
evidently facing a hard year. The wholesale price of beer has been ad
vanced about seventy-five cents a barrel. This i.? largely due to the in
creased cost of malt. Many of the brewers are for the first tune forcing
the, local dealer to pay for his own minor repairs in the saloon, including
pump repairs. Licenses in New York City, for example, expire on May 1.
These licenses, costing $1,200 apiece, are advanced by the brewers for
over 80 per cent of the dealers. Through the month of April, each brew
er is busy borrowing money from his banks to meet this cash outlay. The
average brewer will borrow from $30,000 to $100,000 each year for licenses.
Because of the money stringency some of the brewers wiil not advance for
as many dealers as in a prosperous year. These factors, and the actual
falling off in counter sales, have already affected the. saloon keepers. The
State Excise Department keeps a list of licenses returned for rebate. That
means the men going out of business before their year is up. In Decem
ber, 1906, thirty-eight men went out
nine; January, 1907, forty-four; February, 1908, -seventy
total of 203 for these recent three months, as against 133 for last year,
and other localities will show an almost corresponding increase of saloon
When a man writes ns follows don't I Mr. Wm, II. Anderson, M. D., of j by him.. The moving cause of Pro
yon think he means it? ' Mr. S. f'i. ' godf Spring, Ida., says that Bees hibition in the Soutn -to-day ongi-
WiJIiams, i'owrtcriy, lexas, pays: i :
andBladdcr trouble, using every prep coughs and colda where all other reme
aration I came across and taking many ; dies faded. Its gentle laxative effects
prescriptions all without relief until my -especially recommend it for children,
attention was called to rineules. After . It is pleasant to take. For coughs,
30 days' trial ($1.00). I am feeling j colds, hoarseness whooping cough,
fine. Money refunded if not satisfied. I Money refunded if not satisfied. Sold
Sold by E. T. Whitehead & Co. j by E. T. Whitehead & Co.
is beginning: to "warm up," as we
" , . ,
gooa cr an x,ne people mat pruuence
be observed in tliis great moral light in North
Many people ere pronea to say !
another. It is a free and open fight
thinking and acting an he pleases. It
who favors prohibition can not show
it. And the reverse is true. The
That is to say, which really affects
like the living voice stirs the hearer, j
many more peopie in a day tnan the
uU .u---.kc, is. ttlVJe v. liu 1 cai; may j
of tiio human voice when j
The time will never come when j
wiil measure up with the human :
, . , , , . I
. " i
oucn a gut. ox nature is tone mucn f
and divinest purpose. j
i!ndpd for ita In hflVP n wr.Ar-rMn- !
body, at least; and that our fortunate
1 ......'. 1.- n..
pt-iiiys, 13 wyiui e to ute
of business; in December, 1907, fifty-
ThaU gives a
Laxative Coivh 'Sv'rir) has relieved
A CLARION CALL
Halifax Temperance Forces Urged
to Work hi a Good Cause
and a Gre?f. Victor'.
! ADDRESS TO TOWXSSIP COMMITTEES.
The Cause of preMgiifti '.hove Party
Lines. No Dsngfrcf Parly Disla
: fecrstlsn. I'sarsless Work
To the Executive Committees of the
Anti-Saloon League uf Halifax
You have been chosen by the
Temperane people of Halifax County
to do all that lies in your power to
promote the cause o-f Temperance in
your township and tarry your pre
cinct for Prohibition on May 2Gth.
That your task is no easy under-
taking no one wiio. u- familiar with
condi lions in HaTit-.x will doubt.
! Tffis very fact shouL' make you the
more zealous and untiling in your
efforts to make a victorious fight.
In our opinion if the ear of the peo-
i pie can be reached, they will listen
; with interest and increasing under-
I standing to the plea for the -protoc-
j tion of their homes, thc-ir children,
., . . ...... J
thf-'ir r.ror-prlv r.( tn.in- l,vf. nnrl
j whenthey hear and "listen "to the
! many arguments in favor of prohibi-
j tion and the innumerable reasons to
be tranced why' the State of North
Carolina can no longcr-aitrd to per-
mit the sale of intoxicating liquors
,v ihu " , ' ;r
! when -the time come; to act we be-!
lieve the great maj.n-ity'of the voters
of Halifax county will cast theirbal-
lot upon the side of Terr.r-erance.
Thev will nrlv ho to.-, :. 1 in wi
. . . , , ..r -,'
ta fajr name c,f ec county since
this issue was b
3 pooula in
1S31 ar.d instead of casting a .vote
second only to the Ir
rgest ca-rt for
be among the
whiskev, Halifax wid
firrt en the rigl-.t . ':.!'.
liut to accomp-;:-.! iris, vvoi'ii must
se done. . Ue not oc:eved by the&p-
parent apathy that seems to have
enveloped the whisky forces. Ours
m3 an pea Ilgflt 10V VUO gOOU rea-
. son that its leaders could not with-
! stand the onslaught of the battering
rcm 0f ie pj-yi-iijjition forces The
fact that the adversary will not come
out in the open should put us on cur
2uar(i- Vve istput cur shoulders to
ing struggle from no-v until the day
when it shall be flashed across the
state that Halifax weiit overwhelmn
ingly for Temperance.
You have been selected in j-our
township because it was thought
that you know the conditions, that
you are acquainted with the people,
because you have declared yourself
for Temperance and that you are
willing to do your utmost to rid Hal
ifax of the whisky traffic. If you
are, then to the cause which you
have declared right arid proper, it is
necessary to sacrifice a part of your
time. The people must be seen.
The voters must be reached. The
campaign must be waged from now
until sunset on election day. Do not
at simple victory.
The people of your township must
be aroused. Yon must set them
afire with zeal for the cause. Have
meetings. Let your local leaders
discuss the great issue. Appeal to
tho women and ahiidren. Put them
into the work. Their influence wiil
stir to action many a lethargic voter,
who until they begin to urge him,
hasn't cared whether he voted or
not. At any time you must feel at
liberty to call for a -speaker to ad
dress your township. Failure to do
so may be attributed to a lack of in
terest upon your part. It is impos
sible for the Chairman to be every
where at all times. Ho will gladly
go anywhere at any time the several
townships may need his services. A
house to house canvass must be made.
Talk Temperance at all times, at
home, in the field, on the road, in
the stores, at church, in town any-
j where you may be and
get anyone to listen. It is a good
subjegt. Constant tail: may make
you a good speaker!
Let the farmer understand that
the Prohibition movement is not di
rected.at him but was inaugurated
I nated m tne contuuons mat nave
confronted our farmers during the
past twenty years. The driving of
the saloon front the rural district
was a long step in the right direction.
It was not only a necessary ' safe
guard to the protection of the home,
'it was essential to the bulldin
S, SSIPOAD WORK HINTS.
schools in the ru
education of our country youth the
reclamation of North Carolina from
Let the laborer, the b'acksmi'h.
the farmer, the merchant, i!e tank-
er let every business undergo r-d
that Prohibition is not aimed at, i.'v.c
business but will prova helpful t.t- it.
To-day it is recognized that N.vM;
Carolina owes its industrial i-on n
to the abolishment of the hquor t
fie in those counties where rr.anuv.
turing enterprises abound. The cr.. e
of Gin Mills versus Cotton Milks h is
been decided by our people in fav.r
of the defendant, and to-dav he;!;h-
ful industries all ov
er North Cuvo-
lina testify to the justice of thai xr-
Let the tax-payer understand that
instead of increasing the burden o
taxation Prohibition lessens it. I,r
sample, Scotland Neck, Ilohgood.
'almyraand Spring Hill for a nnm--
raimyra ana tsp
ber of years have been dry. Tillery,
Halifax. En field. WMon
oke Rapids have been wet. " VY U-
heve it is fair to sav that cf a!! tr:e
criminal cases that are trhU in
Superior Court DO per cent. cV.-e
from the wet towns and 73 per cc: c.
j of these are attributable to th.j 11-
i Quor naoit. Aliolish the tnm-; r-nd
j flia . . , ( ...
the COSt 01 Our Cl'iniliial e-'iurt V..
reduced to a minimum. Our jail -..:'h
j its expense will no longer bo a ta::
; upon us and the notorious chain ;;r
j will pass into history.
J-ei, every vo. er unaerrtatM i.r.r.r
I Prohibition does not ally itjflf with
j any Party. It is above r.
Prohibition movement i
" ur.iv-r. rrn-
movement for the universal m;--al
j welfare of the whole people. Lrgis-
I lation naa to come uirou;:'; :
I nartv and the Dcmncr;:l.i.t ra-.-v
! tW.i-i,-i v,o,.-. i-r, 4.;,.,. ,.... .'.
ideals had it failed to act v. hen
! Sreat public sentiment was clata.
ing for legislation upon thlsquesth.m
The saloon advocate, it is true, :.: y
that it will wreck the party. If e
let it wreck. A party which owe?
its power, its influence, its pre.-:L:.-.c-to-the
rum influence ought to die
the sooner the better. But have no
fear for the party any party that
can go before the - people and stand
upon the platform cf .Whit
nremacv. the overthrow of
inationof the Public Service- C.--r-
pcratkm and Temperance need have
no fear for its continued mrosr.ti i; v.
Let the people understand ih -t
prohibition will prohibit. If it f;.;;.;
it is not the law but the officers who
are sworn to support that hv.v.
When that officer undersia? d-? h.'s
imperative duty, he will either cr.
force the law or resign. And when
any one begins to talk about prohi
bition having failed in Mai. a; a;.d
Kansas, let him understand that y.,u (
are from North Carolina and 1 ct
from Maine or Kansas either, and ;
u ....... ...... a. 1-:. .
tie win nave tu oiuv vuu, 1 1:1 .1 , ,
if he thinks ten blind tigers having!"-, on: oat to the
their den in some dark alky ovdrv. "-tmii ivrnnng a crown, he
some filthy cellar can do as nmch ! i:'m great
harm as one tiger with his eyes wido i 111 rf"x.
WW h? ,Un r, iV.n r.v-.r. I ditenes 'i plow can bo useo to
pal thorougnfare of the town, J.
playing bis tempting wares thrc-ugh
plate sriass windows?
Before April 2nd the registrars!11"-'1 '-"'f1' "
r..A ih v.hU1ov vm bnvA I,,.,.;,! perils yet ,;een devised. Forhau
appointed." The books wiil remain
- . . i . .i .
open for twenty days prior to the
all things, see that every vota lif.V.o :
for poll tax pays same befero IVs; ;
1st, else he cannot vote. This tr-'
sponsibility is yours. It is irr.pow-ih5-.-!
for thft exee.iit.ivfi committee iii-! :
county to be in the several towrish'p - -
tion shall arise, hence the work do-
volves mainly upon you. jiea leave-
guided by it strictly. See that the
registrars and poll holders con-. Ice,
the election as prescribed i:i
Saturday before election, and it v;n: ! ;' c- w . : . . 1 -o'i-aIi, J-.. al tl-.- Imig? owl prevents
be your duty to see that every voter i !n: k"' "i material wua tr.;s j.,,.;,,,,, ,,....,;(. fr),,n a cold. Cures la
, . . i ; rer. as the wheel seraner is eel- ; ir:nii.i- .;r.-ii-, .:v pievenl pneumo-
is propeny registered ana be p: e-; --' : ' , , . - ' ' , , . n
1 , . ,. , . '.--fr.l if, -:vh V o'lr i'(. 1 i-t r.nd c n:iii,i;ili"ii. Contiun'j no
pared to challenge trose registeiva ;, r f' " ' ; :.,-..--. The genuino in a yellow
who are not eetitled to vote. A1g,-,o ol '.ore tn-oUe-j., awufeon . J ,.,b:-titute. Jb T.
Act. We do not want to achieve the ; cloy .load. Not infrequently tuif, ! me ! hftcling piles ju-t twenty yeare
victory and then have the elect ;., i f , j r,;j( i.c.m jjjtj bottoms ro I n'-o," v. rite- . S. Woolever, of Le
thrown out. In all things be water- ; ' "V T,. '. tVn : H::y. vili'-i, X. V. nacklen's Arnica
ful. Sleep with one eye open ui:U m f 10"J-a , .. b.u- ti,; wo,t sores, loi!,
after the decision is known. " '-..go, naming muJ-nOies a ccviam- !lUn,v v,-emid r.nd cut- in the short-
Make for a great victory, fb
that the voters rise above passi-".
and prejudice and cast their ballo-t?. i -(. rrA a ,,r.,i -af7;ral-1 .
tho tneybe the last, m tne cau. v , , .,, . , . . - -I supp :.-.o k.u.tpeare is your,
of temperance. That they vote thai 'V 'JUC UP utnt u,o o. Lie . f.,vcrito ,uthcr?" -the
saloon shall be abolished and' is ! grader viil last better than if com- n...,.rtrvi vr.- Stormino-ton
its place the white flag of tempc - i -
f,,r.a; -Z nr, h,-h -
legacy to a posterity that sh-id he
proud to boast of the deed and act
o-f its oneestrv Lt not the fir.cer
of shame be pointed to us nor let it
be said that, the men of Halifax
have been weighed and found want -
;nn. v.M0f nWi'nni.v.
the boid determination to win an IWt eougn your ncan on wnon you , n ui.e ut.i-.v u... . vu,.
overwhelming victory in May and can g-t a guaranteed Kemedy in Lica , VrvuU- ecitam.y eoiip.cte. its
when we shall have done that we j Laxative Cugh Syrnp. It is cc;a -; a M,. iiyiin t cv ot s-;wy.b.R
shall not only have brought honor j b' recommended for children, UVodd An t I'revei.tws, J-mbrr,-to
ourselves, but glory to our State lfint to take, is a gentle laxati ve U enlau, no q.umne no '
and a blessing to humanity. 1 tl-.: cspeihng the phlegm from the mg l;r,r,!i nor .-.t kem ng I ne monm
Yours very truly i system: Tor coughs, colds, crcup, woul-t rover ipe.ar if curly coM-j nere
ALBION DUNN wh&oiiir," cough, hoarseness apd. all rdwnya hifkrn. 5-afe and sure lor le
Chairman Anti-Saloon League HaIi- brouchiattrouble. Guaranteed. Eold vc-rish rhh-en. 48 l'rcventics 2c.
fax County. by E. T. Whitehead & Co. . A. C. I uteesOV.
'"6, fcC.W.V . WU.-.W. . ...... .... I-.., ... ....I.l - f I -
of Public Roads Tells 1
5 SOME PSAtlii-AL SUGGF.STICNS.
TI'.R Plow, T-I2 r-KA ?cnnrr, Trio ZvA
.-..3 t. -. i.. r.
Are 'i'i-i: C,:r,;.jnr.i Irlcaiis tt
Iiij Read Cvcrsocrs.
(C ctc i)cr.t"c;ico t. Ti.e Co.:.n.onv, cillh.)
Washington, D. C. I
WL'do Am-i i..-.-a read Lai'.dei. a:c I
of conslrucliny: good !
l': vs 'o.se or any country of the J,
'-i 1 wc-rld, they Jiave not been as;
: loyally s?ir.orod as the men of those ;
I c;J-',-1'k's in maintaining the high-!
! ways after completion, and the do
I-loraUe stale of many hundivd
tland uviz of road is thus ,.c-
' ''',,n,c'i fyi'- County and towr.:;idp ;
o.ncial may al lh-2 outset stand the "
' e.ptnse of having a road built, bul
U!f'r srenuou My
t:2t win n f.:-ked
t-j provide fir.idj to rebuild the j-o:tct
thai has hi tdicved to go to r;.m.
' iL h i'tan!; that farmers bsrn
to :e d --lived irr-m
d earth n
JmtH-c-cd with t!e need c.f a
per rnaint'onaiuo cf the same, and
i r, '.
that road builders and ovon-crs
loavn how bst to care tor the ronds
in ih'.-ir charge.
Ir.e pevslst-nt and powerful cne -
rr.-ies of err-tli roads are wat.-r ar.-i
vi.'i-rrow tires, end the on.--1 an I effort
f the men in charge-: of tho roads
to iV-?." agamst tifcir ce-
s and ve.n-.edv i
T-r a" C
which l.-ive been
wi-.h the surface soil and sard wiil
n'ovo Le-iOilels!. The ccrnbinaiion
; expense. On the other hand, if the
: read be entirely l sand a mistake
I will be made if It is plowed unle ?
'vcl,ra ercy deepen tn sanJ, an-i
: Ll lhft Haa:c thi- rcak UP 5;V;-!
I ;-:a5'-itit cf hrnl urface "lena!
I UAx rrn' havc ft?vra-J- h tl5C
'i! eky tir.d the surface want in
! :T-!-d f'1'1' P'.ng r.-.l
, . . ihz sigmng and toe woe;
::i. vror.c aio ::e plow, the nvag; ., , - .. , ...
,, , , ,, , . Uesr nd vour time forgetting
1 ' 1 l- ',i",u llri i,aT f ! Uct l,..k abad f -r laughter.
..itn rt i-a'.-v an'i a iubsou of i .... .. , .
, - . , , , i .-.n I tase no time lor tears
e.av. or ck-iv snd gravci. deeu y:!ovv- ;
... . r, , , Hi'--.n.nv (ir.ys nercaiter
le resorted to, it would result m ; involved in the collection of a small
aty rurfaee lather than f-nc xf i er ..Hv.ry r. worth consideration."
-snd er gavel. A read foreman ' Phnic-iphia Ledger.
must knew not cub wbkt to plow j ;
c;d what not U plow, but how and ! Asil lHV JliHR'S FfiSt Fase, A Powder.
If tho roc.d is of the
1; (.d vvhith, a.:covding to1 the abow;
.. , , , ,
v.. st rations, :-nou..i be p.owcd over
;tiv,i:de w-.uth, ti e tt.-t ir.etiio l is
to "0.r. '..'10 n;
r:n i-.-.-.v m ' h" lr.'d.i,.'
.1 lowed by ascios er or graaer
'.vide, deep ditches not nine:
. .j j j! i. - ... i ...
! under 100 feet, cr in making "dis"
rt !3 e?pf:endiy serviceable. It i-i a
r . 1 "
'.b -dd he urcd.
Tne machine mo;,t generally used
In road work is the grader, or road
machine. Ibis machine is especially
iid m sriiootiiuig ana crowning
i , ,t'
! -...f.-s.ma- tUc!. a
1 clay subsoil under a thin coating of
S0;i &hould not be db.tinle.l v;iln a
f ."-,,, . " i fl, i
!so a mistar.e w use a ,
; ."i j
naterial from ditches upon a sand-
it is impel tan t m usirg a graacr
pvr.hl hui'Jin'r uo tho road too
i pitted atone operation. The fore -
i 1 7 - 7, .. ,
. ... . . T ,
P'-ies up material irom ten mciies to
i i foot in dspik-omy to learn, with
thc r,ivai cf the first rain, that he
. , vV-J.,
STfee? rs&Hy &kictt$ powder
P.cystl Crapo '
h'2.tmi of Tartar
; m b . . Bhienli-ilo
! furnbked the material for as
I many lr.cnes ot muu. ah material
' shoukl l;.rught up in thin layers.
; eacli layer well puddled and firmly
packed ! y roller or traffic before the
: ntxi aueeu.
1 ':s to i :'owii too high with the road
! mac-bin ? on a nnn-ow road.
The ndit 1-g drag rdiould be used
to in r::tn and smooth the rocd
w-:-n not too badly wanhed. The
i dray; piySi;;s-cs great merit and is w
; temple in consti uction and operation
; that vory farmer should have one.
nt .ti' tu Pi!.- !?!: iocI y, pikv; 50c, is
t:u ;::i:.; cd. Pi't u; roudy to ukc.
On." Mpjli;iMtiiiii i'iniu.t relief to any
i wi 1 I i ... ,-(lllU;h illlll lli'ill.-i. com
I .! i , I. . I 1 .... 1.. i.1 1 .1
! by V.. T. 'A Idt; 'h-.mI r- Co.
,,. . " . ...
it . not won a v. n .e me ireuing,
Wii' make the g''d"n year?.
- Chicago Poit.
j nc-s nn-1 s.-1; headache. They clean
1 1 lie -y-i '-at mid ck.ir tho nkin. Prici
j '-V. 'l y ib.-m. S! 1 by K. T. Wliito-
; "In view .f the hard times," said
: the spokesman of the delegation,
. "die c hurch is obliged to ask you to
I consent to a cut in salary."
j -Very well," respondeded
j Durban pa;;tor, "the smaller
'.vidldii.?" c;y. Cures
1 .-v.--'(i!'-u iii: I Sv.i'iitui c ('(. At all
, , :-hnt. s,i))VHi o5, I)l)tl-t
!.,,.,., .j,. ;,i,y .-l.-.-f if :to. .Sample. Free.
We rho'dl giow beautiful with
a:;e" is he dictum of Ella Wheeler
Wilcox. Many people, however,
seem l third: differently. They try
to hide a,;e with cosmetics. Nor
folk Vi rg 1 m i an-Pi 1 o t .
Tld- b to certify tli.it all druggists
-i- anthoj to refund your money if
!h ,-iiey and Tar fails to cure
i-.ti or oid. It ntop.-? the
Wljh.d. ad M.
Suitor Sir, I love
: your oaug,?r.
l l.-r i aL.ier wel . don t come to
xn'i wun vour nouoies. aan iran-
A T.VKXTY YKAIi KNTENCE.
I "'I b-v rt eomp'etcd a twenty
. vt.ar iif,, iV mei.ee, nr.jxHed by
-:dvt", whi. li cured
; r.t ti:..e. - n i.. l . mteneau
'. ('tinp.niv's hi:g torc.
ln?, next to my press agent.
. . . ,
fli - t..::
$luo.cn ;..! Iv Dr. :-hoop
j-rwx nt cx-e a (.nppe or aeuto cou
!f r; )flc "
r.'t '(,-'! - U,M-
; 1 ! J ). u.T s r in a en .o cua f idfnce in
n k 1 1 i m r t