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VOL. 111. - NO. 51.
WIT AKD HUMOR.
A aasa aha wa colled oatoad
drena s Bnndny school in a Ttmm-
Kfijsh on hia journey to Bethel
f* sid how they
see forty-two of them. "And asm.
kil l I.** sosd the speaker, wtek
te( te kora if his trik hat pradaac
ad any aad effect, "what da
gatiuad Lawyer—lt ana a hard
"Yos, I hnd hsad aah Is hoep
tha lala hosa gettteg part of the
Yoaaagwod (oaa bridsl tow) —I
would like roona fa ayadf and
Hotel Clerk —Snite, I suppose?
Yoaaagwod—Thst'a what. She's
tike greatest thing that ever hap
Fiytag the Teacher.
Ha—There ia nothing like ex
perience, after aIL She is anr
She—Aad there is no holding
hack her salary either. —Brooklyn
The Seats he Saved.
The pastor railed at a Coluabua
hoae the day, where little
Freddie, a bright youngster. Is a
great pet. Freddie had previously
heard his aother ay that the
pastor was very successful ia av
During a pause ia the converse
tkn Freddie who wss sitting on
the poster's knee, asked:
" Do you seve soak?"
"Yes, Freddie." replied the wen
ef the doth.
"Will yon tell sae," went on
Freddie serionsly, "hour asny
souls you got saved?" —Ohio State
Utile George is sacabryoulc
philosopher. He said the other
day at the tohle, "Now, when I
ah te ny chair aey feet won't touch
toe floor, hot when I walk around
they toaach the floor just aa well a
say bsdy'9*!*- Woasa's Hoaae
THM tkc oinibli JI #4tftor v
socsfled; whs haa a sdi equipped
ptiutfngaftce to a gaed town, srith
a soothing the psea anklsg ap
editorials ia type, bat he tokos aa
thea thinga. He is willing to give
every aaaa his dot, hut luaiate on
hb own rights and dsrea to aeia
Such aa editor wa Colonel Mia.
aaaa saaae ia oaa day te get a haa
-- drad sole balls he had ordered the
dsy before. The editor handed
ateue" and pnmofal to count
Editor lflix watched the count.
When it was coaadaded. there
prooad to he six over and above
the haadiwl. Without a word
Mix took the aix extra balls
eflthe pfle, ci unfiled thru ia hk
hand, threw then into theofke
Da not make the earth in the
bases aad flower pots too rich. All
plaats protected during the winter
by setting thea oa s stand ia a
warm uoua. such as geraaiaau,
should not asake heavy gtowtk,
hat he kept ia good condition foe
shipping, as the spring aad sua
aa a the paupai teooco forhyriag
thea to per fact km. The
bag aaaat ha gasided sgainst whoa
the pftato are kept ia a srsqa at
Sheep ara of the best kiadsof
stock to kaap la orchsids. After
a flute practice they wtt pick ap
this is aftea wary hnpattooTto the
food aast he supplied or the trees
urM he horkad. The food thao
ghma gas, however, when it *W
da the saat good. to thepaodac
tioaaf the lergsel aad bat (rait.
Thea is gaaUe s dlflauoia to the
adisatega af baddiag aad grait
iag. The proper tiaa fa baddiag
is any period whea good bulbs can
be peuciuad and the bark will ran
aa toe storks. Poaches sad rooes
are always badded, but grafting ia
used oa apples, pears and graper.
Boding is sometimes done in order
to chsnge the tops of quite young
bait trees Dry weather ia not fa
vorable to budding, and aa a rule
budding is not a successful a
Ia plaatiag asparagus from seed
the following directions will secure
a satisfactory result Soak the
oeed for twenty-four hours in tepid
water, and sow early in the spring,
ia rows s foot apart, and kept
dean by frequently weeding and
hoeing. At one or two years old
transplant to permanent beds. The
ground should be trenched, or dug
two feet deep, burying plenty of
manure, boaiea, etc., when such can
be had, and mixing them thorough
ly with the soil. Lay out the beds
foau and one.
The cuatoan of breaking down
the leaves and seed stems of onions
is to pre rent the exhaustion of the
badb for the formation of the seed
9oane growers do this as soon a the
leaves are full grown, a the bulb
is not the root,, but the enlarged
stem of the plant, this concentrates
the force of the plant into the bulb
or stem, and so produces a vigor
oaa growth there. The practice
say be of questionable ef
fects. so far a this view is con
cerned, but would certainly be use
fad in caoe a seed stalk wa form
lag, an production of seed would
weaken the badb. The breaking
floara te doaae when the bulb is
well fa aad aad the lava fully
•MM IMTi Yam.
Heso Is a paragraph which Bu
gaa Field, who eajaped aaskiag
fun of Ma f.iiste, once printed in
"Dr. Wflflem V. Poole, the vet
Fiwadaco atlisiisg the anting of
the lfstiaasl Librarian's asaocia
tko. While the train bearing the
eacanioadste wa enroute through
Arizona s atop of twenty miutes
aas aade aae evening for supper
ot a nade eating bona, and here
Dr. Ptook had aa exdtiug exper
ience with n tarantula. The ven
oanoaas reptile attacked the kindly
old gentleman with singular vorac
ity, aad but for the high topped
hoots which Mr. Poole wore serious
injuries would have been inflicted
upon cur friends person. Mr. Fred
Hild. our paablic librarian, hearing
Dr. Poole's cries for help, ran to
toe rescue and with his cane and
umbrellar succeeded in keeping the
tarantula' at bay until the keeper
of the restaurant fetched his gun
and dispatched the malignant mon
ster. The tarantula weighed aix
pounds. Dr. Poole took the skin
to Francisco aad will have it tan
ned aa he dm utilise it for the bind
WILLIAMSTON, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1902.
HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES.
If auks ud stum are on pa
pered vails, try French chalk on a
piece of dry bread gentle nibbed
To keep hstdwuod floors Mooth
sad dhi tab tkca with waste aad
puraf&a oil sad pnliob with dry
Madia curtains aaay be render
ed leas inflanaiashle by lioaing them
to one gallon of water.
TO dean admits dip a doth in
■dhjhted spirits and tab on the
aairror. Allow it to dry an before
Ac cootiaag Jo rapidly acted apoa
oxide ef itoc. * 11,1
Make a spieadld fnmkaw pol
ioh by taking a iilsiglaailul of alive
•A, Me ed viaaegor Mi two table
apasafah of olcahsl; apply with a
ooft doth aad paHah with i I.
Uh, ante or tarprlr con he
spriakHag on thea yellow cora
meal that has beep aoO da opened
hi clean snapaadi or woak aasao
nia water. Sweep of ia a few
The Rahber ThtaMe
The robber thimble which pro
tects the forefinger aI the left hand
in sewing, says one woaiaa. is a
real friend to ne for I was perpet
ually sewing into the skin, aad not
only spoiled the appearance of the
finger, but made it rather sore. It
took time for aae to get used to the
kid coverings which 1 first used
and the rubber one which succeed
ed it, but I persevered and finally
reached the pont where I did not
A SSO BUGGY
At The Simpson Hardware Store*
New Bank Bldg. t Williamston, N. C.
OPEN FEW DAYS ONLY.
Call to-day and inquire for
Whfcpcn fleas Vsaaaa*s Heart.
Ihs only uuksppy love io that
which can render so service to the
beloved object, for lava io service.
It foods aad grows apoa raodwiog
service whach woald aador other
tbhsrreoL Tha meet iaapateoaod
her fostlag for tw soaa oho kreuo,
oad who! la amftor love but as
ssaco of sslf sscridco aad devoted
- Tha igaaraat ma a flsMora. II
tehee wiafsa sad fisrriwiostioa
Tha raasoa why the *Ssvaa oth
sr davOs* catered lata that aaa
was because his plsca (heart) wa
"awupt aad unf smy
ty. If your heart and mind are
kept full, there a ill be no room for
It is a curions and (for the lords
of creation) fortuaate phaae of wo
maa's nature that ohe io aever so
happy aa when she io angering for
some man, ao long as she can keep
hia from flnding it oat. —New
Lisfcrlag Saatecr Cslfv.
Don't let a cold m m this season. Son
mer cold* sre the hardest kind to care
and if neglected may linjjir alaag for
montha. A lung siege like this will poll
down the itraaagest eooatitntaon. One
Minate Coagh Care nffl break ap the at
tack at once. Sale. on*, nets at once.
Cuxan enrgta, nto. eroop. hnauhiHs,sll
thrant and hmetoaaUaa. Thechfldren
like it. ILB^
Exceboir ranks well for But
tress filling and. if aaade up with
cotton, ia comfortable; but a cot
ton is s strung oboorheat sad apt
to retain the exhalations of the
body, it cannot be recoaasended
froa a a nifty standpoint.
Wash Japanned ware with a
aad dry it imasediately with a soft
doth. Sweet oil applied with a
wooka doth will remavr obothaste
A tOVS WIUD SIDE Mt UIFK.
With family wnl exjxctfcc hioa to
dir. end o aan ridiag tar to*. iS urfka, to
gsa Dr. King's Mew Waaini) tee ean
■Souu,af LaaailHi. tod .aofaiaf daolh'a
chats, mogha. oaUs and grip paoat ha
fr jm. Trial totUaa free'* « te|
Maay bahteo saflsr froa thirst,
espociofly whea teething. Wa have
beard youag mothers any: '1 caa
aot anderatand what sia the child,
he has foased and fretted all day."
find to them we reply: "Try giv
ing him n little cold water at fre
quent intervale. The effect ia mag
ical. At this time their guaa are
sore and awollen, aad the cold
water or ice allays the inflamma
tion, and buby at ope fretting."
Wasted te he Sare.
Jones —Why are you praying for
Brown—l hnd my roof fired to
day. nnd I want to see if it a all
right before I pay for it.
Habit is the modern slavery, and
the will of the individual ia the on
ly emancipation - Sntnrday Even
Far the Abase* Feet
Wear the softest slipper* always in
Ike tomt To wear • •treet shoe
after yon come iaaido your troll
door is to imprisoo your loot so
moch Isspr. and the ssoro it is
«■>■■■! to light and air the
healthier sod Mr* coaribrtablo it
will ho. ftlsst leathers are ruia
oos to ths fcst,rspsrisßy wheo they
are b*ilt with high heels asd oai;
raw km Ths fret psrspfco, ths
hssl throw* the weight aw the toes
sod ths poor little thiaga. an
hoddlsd rpisa hooch, are tttsn-
Us listrahls sad make yoa weak.
Soak yoor feet ia cold watsr—not
ice cold, hot cool ish. Warm wat
sr draws the blood into the feet.
Yoo wish, to reduce the inflsmms
tioo and fever by driving it away.
The chiropodists say there is noth
iag like cold water for sore tired
' feet Cold water, besides, tough
ess the skin rather than Bakes it
After yoo hare brushed your
pedal extreasitics with a stiff flesh
brash cosntoiine then comes into
play, to be well robbed into the
callowses and joints. With this
sort of treatment four feet are kept
in suck good condition that they
are a positive joy, and that, yen
know, is worth living for.
Anneunoaaeata .of Dsnaeiinth
Hon. Dan Hugh McLean wfll
apeak at Red Springs on Sept. ilk.
Hon. Dan Hugh McLean urafl
apeak at Lomberton on Sept. pth.
Hoi.a. J. H. Small nnd W. T.
Dortch will speuk at Green vile oa
Thursday, Sept. 4th.
Hon. Lee S. Overman wfl apeak
at Troy 00 Tuesday. Sept. sjd.
Hon. Ja. A. Lsckkart a 81 spank
st Rockingham on Toesdny. Sept.
Hon. Goo. W. Word wfll speuk
st Csmdea Coart Houoe oa How
day. Sept. Mb.
Hon. J. B. Saaaall will speak af
Camden Court Houa oa Monday,
Hon. W.WJUtehou end Hon. W.
■- fhßaaon spakafDau*,
Harnett coaW> oa Monday. Sept.
Haa. C. Y. Webb willopoekut
Dallas, Gootoa county, aa Thsa
day, Sept. 91k
Liouteaoat Gov. W. Riteto
will op oak at Delia*, Gastoa rasa
Haa. R. N. Page urafl epesk af
Hon. W. T. Crawford will apeak
at Aaheviße on Tuesday. Sept. 9th.
Hon. Armistoad Jones will speuk
at Goldsboro on Monday. Sept. Silk
Hon. W. 11. Bower will opeak at
fallowing times nnd places. Ms
rion, Monday, September Sth
(night); Alpine. Tueaday. Septem
ber pth (night); Morgautou. Wed
nesday, September 10th (night);
Hickory, Thursday. September
nth (night); New too, Friday, Sep
tember nth (night), Lenoir. Mon
day, September 15th (day.)
Dr. B. F. Dixon will apeak at
Winston Salem on Tueaday. Sep
tember 9th, and at Warrentou on
Tuesday, September 10th.
Hon. R. B. Glenn will speak at
Hertford on Saturday, September
t jth, and at Elizaltetb City on Mon
day, September 15 th.
HKWARK OF TUB KNIFE.
No |wofc*sioa has alrsand am rap.
idljr of Ule than targrty. Lot it teaaM
not tic iua.it cirrj* «kre sbaolsleljr ac
cessary. In cun of piles foe nanfltjl
is seldom needed. DeWiU s Witch Haaet
Salve cures qsickly aad pel ■maty
I'ncqtialed for catt. burns,braises.wonds
skin diseases. Accept no connUifaita.
" I was so truaUed with blceiliif pales
that I lust much Mood and rtmgth"aays
j. C. Iliillips, Paris. lit "DeWitt's Witch
Hurl Salve cured me in a short tine."
Soothes and Hrsls. S. K. airrs
It has been found that senostion
is not absolutely inatantaneona.
but that a very minute tieoe otepaos
no it travels along the nervea.
Therefore, if s person put hie fing
er to a heated iron or in the blare
of a candle there is s certain shnost
inconceivably small space of tisee.
ay the ooe-thouoaadth part of a
second, before the bruin knotru
of the burn. Now, suppose a man
wi-.h aa era long enough to
roach tha sua. Froa Aa kaooa
man would ksve to Svs mure then
too years afar teucbiog fiagunt
haminary before ha waaaMkaaw
that his fiagsrs hod bsoa sroarksit
For hair thai Wdry aad hash
there is no better Iddon thaa that
given by Dr. Erasaus Wdeoa.
Here is the foraala:
Eaa do cologne, eight eaacss;
tincture of canthnrides, saa ounce;
oil of English lavender; nut hslf
dram; oil of roeemary, one half
Rub this into the hair at night
two or three tinea u week until the
hair begins to revive under the
treatment. After that do notsoeit
oftener thsn once in two weeks.
For dandruff there is nothing
which csn quite equal an egg shsm
poo. It is made in this fashion:
Yolk of ouo agg. one pant of ram
water, once ounce ef roeemary
spirit. Beat the mistare thorough
ly and use it warm, rubbing well,
into the scalp. After it haa dried
shampoo the hair with soap sham*
poo and warm water. —Philadel-
Jmnlr Stftcakr Caart.
N«ST WERK—JAMRSVILLR TOW*
& J. Perry. John E. Riddick.
Wm. A. Stabbs. John A. Ward.
Wm. A. Cherry.
Siaaa D. Crifin, Vm. C. Hani
MOW, Geo. K. Hardwa.
HAI eua TOWNSIir.
job* W. Bailey. H. R. Jowea.
Va. J. Cowing. Vr D. M, L.
T. Haliday, Ja-esT. W«nh—
1. L Kimtt, W. L. Erentt.
Ahaer Everett, W. T. Oriaa, W.
I. a uts*. IA-Hwr
W.ML Piiiaj lit.
a,W. CMpw. Alea HafaHpL
Jaba a Mm. K H. D. Cam
tat. W. C. KMy* JOB. L Baber-
Bsa. W. a. White, Wm. M. WO
- a Uggctt. Jr.. He. O. Wyaa.
Jawaewrttle —C. |. Askew.
WOliaaas—K. B. Robereoa.
CiMhn Q— W Griffin.
Wifhaawtna—Heary D. Cook.
A. F- Taylor. W. J. Whitaker, K.
M. G. White.
Croaa Roads John B. Bar
roagbs. J. H. D. Peel.
Bobersoartllr — Henry T.Brown,
I. H. Whitfield.
Poplar Point—W. T. Ambrose.
Hamilton —Jalios H. Purvis, E.
L. Perkins. Harry Waldo.
Goose Neat —B. F. Hyman, J.
A PARSON'S NOBLE ACT.
" I wawt an tbe world tokaaw," writes
Res. C. J. Badlowg. of Ashaway, R.
L. "what a thoaaaghly good and reliable
■1 Reins I foaad ia Electric Hitters
Tbry eared aw of jaadice aad liser troa
bles that bad caaaed aw great mferiig
lor away years. For a geauiae, all
raaad eaac tbry eirtl aaythiag I ever
saw." Elerlric Ratters an theaarpriae
af all Cw their wawdrrfal work ia Hsar,
hidaay aad akaaaach tiaaklri. Doat
fail to try tbM Only 50 eta. Satbfac-
Moa ia g—raatead by all dr^MU
HORTH CAROLINA, tOftca of tba
J Coaaty Board
Ma am Cntnmr. I af Blectioas.
Br R lam that tba Coaaty Board of
Elarttawa for Martin Coaaty. aact la the
Coart Woaaa ia WiHiaaiatna. N. C.. oa
tbia tbe aat day af SapUwber Ifu, itba
lag tbr first Moaday ia aaid awitk.
Mialo presewt. N. S. Real. B. R.
JaakiaaaadS. H. Spmill.
The Bad iipaliillyahrtbiM. S
rari. Chatnaaa; awd R R. Jeakias,
Tba foOaiwiag Regutrars aad Jadgas
af RhUiaa ware appoaatad :
Jaaaa S Jaaea. Jadgr of EWctioa.
Fiaak Jarkaaa, fwdge af Rlactioa.
LabaL. Rabaraaw. Registrar,
iagaataa Maasa. |agi af Rlactioa.
«. X. DaaM. af Rlactioa.
M. jadgaaf Rlactiaa.
|. B Ayera. Jadga of Elactioa.
R D. Jaakiaa, |w%eof Rlactioa.
A.K. TIIRI, Jadgaaf Rlrctloa.
W. A. Robenoa. Jr.,
J. A. PWwaO. Jadge af Rlactioa.
Caaaga Rwriaa. Jadge af Wiitiw.
porut ronrr Towaaaie.
J. R. Rlactioa.
Uaary Raaßb. Jadga af Blsrtlaa.;
uamcs Tssstaa 1 .
J. T. Waldo. Regiatrar.
R. M. Sakbarj. Jadgaof Electiaa.
R.L. Farbbw. Jwfiga «f Elactioa.
coaai aasT Towaaair.
Jartas Kaarett. Registrar.
Joa Early. Jadge of Elactioa.
J. L. DWsaapoat. Jadge of Election
No other baaiaaaa aypeariag, tbe board
adjoaraed LALJILT ta the eaß of tba
N. S Faat, Chabaaaa. I
R. R. jaiana, Socsetary.
WHOLE NO. 155.
Scnrttra LODCI NO 90 A. P. FT
il the hall tmy wojail ud fonlk Tars
day a«hU at 7:30. W. H. Harrell V 11.
S. S. lion, a W . H. D. Taylor. J. W..
S. R. Big**. See.. C. D. CanUiptn,
Tim, He O. Taylor. & D.; H. M. tu
rn, J. n.; T. C. Cook aad A. F. Taylor,
Stewards. I. V. Cleary. Tiler.
IS YELLO* P6ISOR
HYRFHD? FhyaJctana cnß
It Malarial OWL Uoateaw
RMMTS- CHILL TOi'C
KIIJ T«?l»pw"» wSt!
in JMiftlr. '"TRY
Far aale by EH Cap— or Aaderv a,
Hasaell * COL
Digests what yon «tj
Thla pre PARA tin* cntalH all of tba
dI|MIMU and digests ail kinds at
food. 11 it I TEA Instant relief and NEVER
fall* to cure. It allows you to eat all
HIE food you want. Thenaotf sensitlra
stomachs ran take IL. By LU use many
thousands of dyspeptic* bare beta
eared after everything else tailed. 1*
unequalled for tbe rtnanrh Child
ren with weak stomach* thrive 00 It.
first dose relieves. A diet unnecessary.
fmand oaly BY K. C IWWISTA Oni. %tcass
ThaM. butUacuatalaaS* OMttoHc. M
s a. aicca
« BO YEARS'
Ma V H
Cu« inaaiiia Ac.
iminniir» miniti BMAM»«IVI
MatlN& 01 lul yi 1 w,
aimi—rto. »«MtiKinaa« "
iw: few ■ a Bufci krdUanWm
~ SWHT i CO,
!sdaced to FIFTY
SWTS A YBJfr
HIS k fta cheapest aad kaat
lakraMwy. to OMba ta
■M* WWB »R BMC
aaTaMch oaHTamtj tOc. sack.
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