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rOBUSHRD STMT FRIDAY
wt TO urruraifi nnrim CO.
ALFRED B. WHITMORB, Bditor.
Tl l . '
aawnd tkt pom oflkc* «t wuuuwton,
M. C. SamlCUm KaU II mUtr.
Friday, September 13, 1907
Cardinal Gibbons says that
wealth without religion is a very
Unsatisfactory condition. DOlll4-
less. at the same time there are
some of us who would lie willing
to relieve our impecuuiosity at the
expense of a little agnosticism.
DeWitt's N Liltle Karly Risers -ire
good for anyone who needs a p 11
They are small, safe, sure, tittle
pills that do not gripe or sicken.
Sold by S R. Biggs.
The news that Col. Goethals lias
been making the dirt fly in Pana
ma, is likely to reconcile the Amer
ican people to the fact that he lias
also been making his money fly.
Trial Catarrh treatments are be
ing mailed out free, on request, by
Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. These
tests are proving to the
without a penny's cost—the g eat
value ofthis scientific prescript ion
known to druggists everywhere as
Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy, hold
byS. R. Biggs, f »
It turns out that the fire in the
Louisville Courier-Journal Oifice
was not started by one of Col. Wat
terson's overheated three coirlnin
DeWitt'a Carbolized Witch Haz
el Salve is good for boils, burns,
cuts, scalds and skin diseases. It
is especially good for piles. .Sold
by S. R. Biggs.
Garibaldi's R«d Bhirt.
The matt popular uniform of Its ilny
—perhaps of any lay—ln Europe was
the (iarlbaldcnn shirt, whose prosaic
origin was little suspected h.v Its mlor
ers. In a note to Mr. Trevelyan's
"Garibaldi's Defense of (lie Itoinnn
Republic" tills origin Is explained by
Admiral WlnnlnKton-lnirrnm, who was
In Montevideo In 184(1, when and where
the uniform was first assumed: "Its
adoption wag caused by the nocetislly
of clothing as economically as possi
ble the newly raised G|trlbaldean le
gion. A liberal offer having been
made to the government to sell a f re
duced prlcej a stock of red woolen
shirts that had been Intended for the
Bucnoa Ayres market -now closed
through the blockade It was Uiought
too good a chance to be neglected, and
the purchase - as therefore effected.
These goods had been Intended to bo
worn by tjfoso employed In the s«!h
deroa, or great slaughtering and Halt
ing eatabllshmeilCi''for cattle at En
__ ae.uada and other places In the Argen
tine provinces, as they made good win
ter clothing, their color they
disguised In a npcasun/theidoody work
the meu had la hand."—London T. r.'a
No appetite, loss ot strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, aour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to Indigestion.
Kodol relieves Indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natuial Juices of diges
tion as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
, and reconstructive properties, Kodol for
dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps all stomach troubles by clesnslng,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membrsnes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball. ot R.ren«wood, W. Vs.. urtl—
" I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years.
Kodol cured ma and wa sra now usln( It In milk
Kodol Digests What You tat
Bottles only. Relieves Indliastlon. sour atomach.
b«lchln« of gas, ate.
Prepared by C. O. DaWITT * CO., OHIOAQO.
For Sale By: S R. Bit:s, Williamstoq,
Slack-, Junes * Co., Hamilton.
MD CURE the LUWCS
wi ™ Dr. King's !
HMD *U THROUT AND LUWO TROUBLES.
OR MOMKT BXFPNDKP.
*» weak and elllna women, there ts at leant me
way to help. But «ith that war, two treatment*
■ustba combined One Is local, one is eonatltu-
Dt. 8 hoop's Restorative, the Conatltutlrmsl.
He former—Dr Bhoop'tJJlirht Curw-tss topical
■aioous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr.
■hoop's Restorative is wholly an Internal treat
ment. The Kestoratire reaches throughout the
entire syKeau seektnc the repair ot all uerve.
alltiaeue. and all Mood ailments.
Kkht X«rs". as Its namalmpllea. does its
wo»k while yow sleep. It noothe* sore and Inflam
•dmueoue sortacea. heals loeal wetnesses and
' ataahaessa, while the Restorative, eaeea nervous
excitement. fives renewed vtaor and ambition.
wasted ttama. brinflu about renewed
psswth. viaor. and en«r»y Take Dr. fihoop'a
■ a^—Myw—Tablets or Liquid—as a general tanle
touwsmsß. for positive loeal kali. use as w«U
w- S.R.JIMS. ...
The -«o ugh on
Your doctor will tell you that
fresh air nnd good food are
-the real cures for consumption.
But often the cough is very
hard, Hence, we suggest that
you ask your doctor about
your taking /Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. It controls the tick
ling, quiets the cough.
W* publish oar fbrmulma
y\ We banish s'.oohol
/J J fr#m our mediolues
M 1 fio w * ur «« 10
4 JLLjC! o °"rJL*r r
One of Ayer'a Pills it bedtime will cause
an increased flow of bile, and produce a
gentle lairative effect the day following.
Formula on each box. Show it to your
doctor. He will understand at a glance.
Dose, one pill at bedtime.
M..I. b» Lli« J. C. Afat Co., Lomil, H u-
The Best Fair Y;t.
The coming Stjite Fair, to be
held iu Richmond, Va., October 7
12*, will excel anything of the kind
ever held iu the State. There will
t>e mammoth exhibits of cattle,
sheep, swine and poultry, a great
display by merchants and manufac
turers, splendid free stage perform
ance of the best in vaudeville and
spectacle, a midway composed of
clean and amusing features, fast
running and trotting races, nnd
many other events that will interest
and amuse the thousands who will
Hid Titter lor Third Yiirr
I have suffered with te'ter for
thirty years and hate tried almost
countless remedies with little, if
any, relief. Three boxes of Cham
berlain's Salve cured me. It was
a torture. It breaks out a little
sometime, but nothing to what it
used to do, —D. 11. Beach, Mid and.
City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is
for sale by S. R. Biggs.
Many thoughtless American pa
pers are insisting 011 the necessity
of home rule fcir Ireland. But in
that case what would our American
cities do for a police force?
y Hsilth in the Cinil Zone
I'he high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our young ar
tisans to join t the force of skilled
workmen needed to construct the
Panama Canal. Many are rcstrai-n
ed by the fears-of fevers and ma
laria. It is the knowing ones—
those wlro have use 1 Electric Bit
ters, who go there without this
fear, well knowing they are safe
from malarious influence with
Electric Bitters 011 hand.- Cures
blood poison too, biliouness, weak
ness and all stomach, kid
ney trouble Guaranteed by S. R.
Biggs'. Druggist, 5. c.
It strikes us that there ought to
be a place in vaudeville for the
young lady who was not rescued
front drowning by Vice IttSKident
Th' Touch Thit Hells
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It's the happiest combination
of Arnica llowers and healing bal
sams ever compounded. No mat
ter how old the* sore ulcer is
th.s Salve will cure it. For b irns,
scalds, cnts wounds or piles, It's an
absolute cu(e. Guaranteed by S.
R. Biggs druggist, 15c.
Work for You
|T| fit r
jßy putting it in the bank
at 3 Per Cent Interest
Money iu • the Bank is the only
friend that never fails in times of
Loss of Employment
or Other Trouble
You Can Depend Upon It
because it is always at your com
mand. We loan you a beautiful
—, —that will make you save
Farmers & Merchants a nk,
r WIUMMBTON, If. C. v
V ' •
Mrs. General Picket writes of
Mrs. U Salle Corbcll Pickett,
widow of the brave Confederate
general who won a deathless fame
on the field of Gettysburg, has a
charming article on"Queen DoHy"
Madison in the September Lifmw
eoTT's. In it she throws some in
teresting sidelights on the charac
ter of this former mistress of the
■ White Tlouse. The complete
novel is a detective story called
"A Chain of Evidence," by Caro
lyn Wells. Miss Wells is better
known for her humorous work,
but that she can write serious fic
tion of a high order is amply evi
denced by this very entertaining
narrative. George L. Knapp con
tributes an article on the poet
Shelby, which should prove of
great interest to L,ippincoTT read-;
ers. Leyod*Buchanan. Klsic Sing
master, Elliott Flower, Joseph M.
Rogers, Jane Belfield, May Harris,
and a number of other well-known
writers are also represented in this
exceptionally .strong and readable
How to Avoid Apiendlcitls
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who arc habitually constipa
ted, Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation bystim
ulating the liver and bowels, and
restores the natural action of the
bowels, Orino Laxative Pruit Syrup
does not nauseate or gripe and is
mild and pleasant to take. Refuse
substitutes. C. C. Chase; S. K.
It ought to be a source of satis
faction to Judge Landis to think
that he is still several laps ahead of
President Castro who fined the As
phalt Trust only >5,000,000.
The Haw Piri Food and Drug Law
We are pleased to announcethat
Foley's Honey and Tar for cou;hs,
colds and lung troubles is not af
fee ted by the National Pure Food
and Drug law as it contains no
opiates or other harmful drugs, and
we recommend it as a safe remedy
lor children and adults. 0, C.
Chase; S- R. Biggs.
Mr. Bryan has neither decided
to run again or to quit running.
This disease is caused by a de
rangement of the stomach, 'lake
a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets to correct this
-disorder and the sick headache will
"disappear. For sale by S. R.
U'gg*. ' __ ,
Of course, it is 110 more than nat
ural that Mr. Fairbanks should re
gard the Roosevelt ideas with cold
Lost aid Pound
Lost, between 9.30 p. m., yester
day'and noon, to day, a bilious at
tack, with nausea and sick head
ache This loss was occasioned by
finding at S. R Biggs drug store a
box of l)r. King's New Life Pills,
the guaranteed cure for.biliousness,
malaria and jaundice. 25c.
Senator Chautjcey Depew is said
to lie bringing a new story' home
from Europe. As to resigning from,
the Senate, the same old story will
do service next winter.
Tried mothers, worn out by the
peevish, cross baby have found
Cascasweet a boon and a blessing.
Cascasweet is for babies and chil
dren, and is especially good for the
ills so common in hot weather.
Look lor the ingredients printed
on the bottle. Contains no harm
fill drugs. Sold bv S. R Biggs.
The American BaT Association
seems to lean strongly in the direc
tion oi state's rights.
If rea! coli'ee disturbs your stomach,
ypur Heart, or Kidneys, then try
this clever Coffee imitation—Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop
has closely matched old Java and
Mocha Coffee in tlavor and taste,
yet it has not a single grain of real
Coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health
Coffee Imitation is made from pure ,
toasted grains or cereals % with Ma
It, Nuts, etc. "Made in one minute
No tedious long wait. You will su
rely like it. Get a free sample at
our store, J. A. Mizell A Co.
Mr. Roosvelt will take back
nothing he said about Mr. Long,
and Mr. Long will take bick noth- ;
ing he said about Mr. Roosvelt, so
»he meeting might as well adjourn.
Thewnjfto get rid of a cold,
whether it be a * bad co'd" or just ,
a little one,is to get it out of vour ,
system through the bowel* Nearly
all Cough Cures, especially those j
that contain opiates, are constipat- ,
ing, Kennedy's Laxative Cough ]
Syrup contains no opiates and acts (
gently on the bowels. Pleasant to ,
take; Sold by S. R. Biggs \
Attack af DiirrHn Carat If Im Data
of OMHarMa's Me, Mara art
! I was so weak trom an attack of
. diarrhoea Jhat I could scarcely at
tend to my dutiea, - when I took a
, dose of Colic Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy it
cured me entirely and 1 bad been
taking other medicine for nine
di«ys without relief. 1 heartily rec
ommend this r. medy aa being the
best to my knowledge for bowel
complaints.—R. G. Mewart, of the
firm of Stewart A Bro., Greenville,
Ala. For sale by S. R. Biggs
As (or the Baltimore Sun's re
cently uncovered corset trust, it
ought to be a good trust; it is such
a straight laced affair, vou kuow.
Occasional headache, belching
.bad taste in the mouth, lack of ap
petite and flight nervousness are
symp'omN of indigestion which
when allowefl to go uncared for
will develop into a case of dyspep
sia that will take a long time to
get rid of. Don't neglect youi
1 stomach. At the first indication
1 of (rouble take something that will
help it along in its work of digest
ingthe food you cat,. Kodol FOl
Indigeston and Dyspepsia will do
this. Kodol will make your food
do you good and will enable you
to enjoy what you eat. Sold by
S. R. Biggs.
The other members of the Cab
inet are beginning to feel that Taft
gets molasses on his bread
and they get none.
There are a great many people
who have slight attacks of indiges
tion and dyspepsia nearly all the
time. Their lood mrfy satisfy the
appetite but it fails to nurigh the
body simply because the stowach
is not fit condition to do the work
it is supposed to do. It can't di
gest the food you eat. The stom
ach should be given help. You
ougth take something that will do
the work your stomach can't do,
Kodol For Indigestion and Dys
pepsid, a combination of natural
digestants and vegetable acids, di
gests the food itself and gives
strength and health to the stomach.
Pleasant to take. Sold by S. R.
Thirty-two Chinese corporations
are preparing at Shanghai to re
ceive one American corporation,
Secretary William H. Taft. i
To chech a cold quickly, • gel
from your druggist some little
Candy Cold Tablets called Preven
tics. Druggists everywhere are
now dispensing Preventics, for they
are not only safe, but decidedly
certain and prompt. Preventics
centum no Quinine, no laxative,
nothing harsh nor sickening. Tak
en at the "sneeze stage'' Prevention
will prevent Pneumonia, Bronchit
is, LaGrjppfr, etc. Hence the name
Preventics. Good for feverish
children. 48 Preventics 115 cents
Trial Boxes 5 cents. Sbld by S.
A New Jersey contemporary tells
of a girl who got a husband Sy hyp
notizing him. Thats nothing.
Most husbands are ready to swear
that they were captured in the same
way. i " „
Healthy kidneys ft Iter the impu
rities from the blo.od, and unless
they do this good health is impoS
sible, Foley's Kidney Cure mukes
sound kidneys and will postively
cure all forms of kidney and bladder
disease. It strengthens the whole
system. C. 2. Chase; S. R. Biggs.
The Chicago tnan named Pickles
who has appealed to the courts to
change his name must be getting
tired oij hi,s sour looks. 1
A drain Apital
A humane citzen of Richmond,
Ind., Mr. U. D. Williams. 107 West
Main St. (ays: ' I appeal to all per
sons with weak lungs to take Dr.
King's New Discovery, the only
rened/ that has helped me and ful
ly comes up to the proprietor's rec
ommendation," It saves more lives
than all other throat and lung
remedies put together Used as a
cough and cold cure the world over.
Cures asthma, bronchitia, croup
whooping cough, quinsy, hoarse
ness. and phthioic,stops heinorrhag '
es of the lungs and builds them up.
Guaranteed at S. R. Biggs drug
store. 50c. and SI.OO. Trial bottle
The trouble Mr. Rockfeller has,,
had in collecting his witness fee 1
won't be a marker to the trouble 1
the government will have when it '
tries to collect that little fine ol
$29,000,000 from Mr. Rockfeller.
This' is an ailment for which '
Chamberlain's Pain Balm has pro- ;
ven especially valuable. In almost 1
every instance it affords prompt ,
and permanent relief. Mr. Luke 1
LaGrangeof Orange,Mich., says of 1
it; "After using a plaster and other 1
remedies for three weeks for a bad
lame-hack, I purchased a bottle ol
Chamberlain'a Pain Balm, and two
.applications effected a cure.'' For
•ale by S. R. Biggs.
The oyster ret tirus fWln h?« sim
Stomach tioubie*. neai i and Kid
ney ailments, can l-e quietly
rected with a presciipi.au ku.w.. U
druggist everywhere as Dr hoop'*
Restorative The prom,-i .nj
surprising relief wh ch this remedy
immediately brings is entirely due
to its Restorative action upon the
control nerves of the Stomach,
etc. A weak stomal h, causing uy
spepsia, a weak Hearl with palpi
Ution or intermittent pulse always
meant* weak Momach nerv s 01
weak H* art iitrves. btrengtheu
these inside or controlling' unvet
*ith Dr. Slioops l£esoiutve i>nd
*ee how iju ckly these ailments dm
Appear. Dr. Shoop o' Kacine, W i-t
will mail samples tree. Write fin
"them. A Ust will tell. Your health j
is cearUinly wo sinipl?
trial. Sold by S R. Btgps
Notice of Execution Sale
NORTH CAROLINA Martin County.
Slade, Jones & Co.
Haiiiilton Milling Co.
By virtue of an execution directed t
be uudersignel fioui the Superior Court
if Marffn County in the above entitled
ictiou, I will on Monday the 7th day >l
October, 1907, at 11 o'clock* in . at Iht
Court House iloor of said county, sell t
the highest bidder for cash to sa'. i»()
ald execution, all the right, title ami in
teaest which the aaid Hamilton Milling
Co., defendant* has in the following de
scribed real estate in the towtf of Hauiil
Beginping at the comer of the A. H.
Hasker'a lot on Liberty street, thence
along said street street sj'i feet to \V.
K. Gladstone's corner, theuce along said
(•ladstoue's and W. W. Purvis' line 171" :
feet to J. W. Sherrtxl's line, theuce alun K
ll W. Sherrod's line
Masker's line, thence along A. B. Mask
er's line to the beginning, containing
one-fourth of an acre more or leas; to
gether with one gasolene engine, one
cotton gin and presa, one grist mill, licit
ing, appliances, etc., all attached to the
This the 28th day of August, 1907.
J. C. CRAWFORD.
9 6 4t Sheriff of Martin Counly
Execution Sale \
NORTH CAROLINA—Martin County
IN THE SUPKKIOR COURT
R. H. Rogerson
By virtue of an Execution directed to
tbe undersigned from the Superioi
Court of Martin County in the above en
i titled action, I will on Monday, the 7th
(lay of October, 1907, at 1 a o'clock noon,
at the Court ilouae door of said county,
sell to the highest bidder for Cash, to sat
execution all the right, title and
interest which tbe said Robert Johnson
defeudant, has in the following described
real estate, to-wit:
Beginning at the N W corner of Mary
blade's tin lice S W along Mary Slade't
lot 219 feet to the A. C. I*. Railroad track
thence*N W 50 feel along said Jrack.
thence N K at feet to Annie Het-coe'
lot to the beginning containing one
fourth of an acre more or less.
This the :7th day of August, 1907.
J. C. CRAWFORD,
8 30 4t Sheriff of Martin Count>
North Carolina—Martin County
Having qualified as-administrator Ol
the estate of the lata }. 11. Tucker,
deceased, I hereby give notice to all
parties having claims against the said
estate to present the said claims at once
for seUlemeat, all claims not presented
within the twelve months will hart*
this noticV pleaded in bar of their re
cqvery, all persons indebted >to this es
tate will please settle.
Thit August 6th 1907.
8-9-61 S.J. KVKKKTT, Ad'm.
Notice is hereby given that we will ap
ply to the coniMissioners of the town ol
Janiesvtlle and to the commissioners of
the county of Martin, for license t
retail spirituous, vinous, and malt liq
uors, in the skid town of lamesville in
the building known as the W. L. Stall
ings store, on the north side of tbe naiti
street, for the six months ending Decem
ber 3>i 1907.
9 6 4t Hardison St Gray
Notice is hereby given that I will ap
ply to the commissioner* of the town 4
Janicsville, and to the commissioners ol
the county of Martirf, for liceuse 10 re
tail spirituous, vinoua, and mall liquors,
in the said town of Jauieaville in the
Vauliorn store on the main street, for the
six month ending December 31, 191*7,
W. W. Vauliorn
Nbtice is hereby given that I will ap
ply to the commissioners of the town of
Janiesville. and to the commissioners of
the-ct&nty of Martin, for license to re
tail spirituous, vinous, and malt liquors,
in the said to/i of Jamesville for the
six months ending December 31, 1907. \
H. T. Stalling.
Having qualified as executor* of th«
late P. A. Boyle, thia is to notify all
persons indebted to saicl estate to come
foward and settle with the undersigned
at once, and all persons holding claims
against said estate will present them for
payment on or before July 19, 1908, or
this.notice will be plead ia bar of their
This 19th Ju1y,4907.
A. S. BOVJ.K,
$6, slo' sls, S2O,
S4O and '
% * ' " r \
pqr 100 pounds; but, to get these*
prices you must sell at the -
Tom S. GRAHAM.
i. From C. D. Carstarphen Buy i P'k'g Colgan's Taffy Tolu
7. " H. M. Burras " 2 " ' "
3. " Cowing Bros. & Co. " 3 "
4. " Chase's Drug Store " 4 "
5. " Harrison Bros. & Co. " 5 ,
6. " J. L. Hassell & Co. " 6 "
7. " Brown & Hodges " 7 " "• " "
8. " J. A. Mize'l & do. " 8 " " " "
9. " S. R. Biggs '' " 9 " "
And if this nine you obey, 1* you German, Gentile or Jew,
You can never refuse to chew Colgan's Taffy Tolu Gum.
L. E. COREY,
WHOLESALE GROCER ||
Suffolk Food and Fuel Company
aurroLK. VIRGINIA *
-'■ * i
Oats, Hay* Cement, Lime, Coal.
We Gin Supply You on Short Notice. Send Ut Your Orders
You Will Find Us the Same Duriug 1907 that You Did During 1906
EVERY YOUNG MAN LOOKING FOR
CLOTHES OF STYLE AND CHARACTER
at moderate prices, will find here an extreme'y interesting col
lection of suits up-to-the-minute in fashion and fabric.
A full line of Chesterfield Hats for and Winter just re
BROWN & ROBERSON
Now is the time to place your order for Tobacco Flues
All Kinds and Sizes Made to' Order. Try Us
* Woo lards
f\ _A Combined
J Harrow and
H JOT Cultivator
U A Saving of One
# JOr/ ,1 Horse and two hands
Works both sides
of the row at the same
and Cultivates With as Much Ease as any Ordinary Plow
What every Farmer and Truck Gardner needs
J. U. WOOLftRD,
WiUiamston, N. C.