Nobody Seems To Want Kim.
%'**s a Wrs. So fro !:•
Travis, d¥ St. Louis, has got one ih.it
she wants to give' away. His. name is
7" Cassias. He is six feet tfil], weighs
400 pounds and has red hair and blue
eyes. Mrs. Travis says Ca?sius is real- j
ly quite a decent felloV, but.of I at 4 she
finds that he is in the way. He is n ;
carpenter, and a very good one; but
Mrs. Travis has become interested' in j
club work, which takes so much of her j
_ time that she has none to spare bother
ing with Cassius. She would like to get j
hhn a good home, where he would be
fed and watered regularly, and oc
casionally combed and brushed, where
fore she has offered to give him to any
deserting woman who will guarantee
sot t&jbe cruel to him. At last advices
Cassulfe was still untaken.
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Grippe is sweeping the country. Stop
It with Preventics, before it gets deep y
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Sold by Griffin's Drug Store.
The secretary of the navy has defi
nitely decided to have the armored
cruiser "North Carolina" come to Cape"
Lookout to receive the silver service to
be presented the man-of-war by the
State. The cruiser will be put in com
mission April 1 and immediately come
to North Carolina waters for the
presentation of the silver service.
This is Worth Reading.
Leo»F. Zelinski, of 68 Gibson St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I cured the
mo6t annoying cold sore I ever had,
with Bueklen's Arnica Salve. I ap
plied this salve once a day for two days,
wnen every trace of the sore was
gone." Heals all sores. Sold under
guarantee at May & Gorhams drug
As a result of the intense cold pre
vailing at Salisbury, Will Steele, a col
•ored brick mason, was frozen to death
Saturday night. His dead body was
ifound in a back lot, tace down, Sunday
•morning. He was seen late Saturday
night and was then sober, so it is be
. He fainted and fell and froze be
' * fore recfcveririg^conscioifenels. *
Use DeWitts's Little Early Risers,
pleasant little pills. They are easy to
take. Sold by May & Gorham.
Fragemnts of the body of H. B. Bjg
ham, assistant general industrial agent
of the S. A. L., were picked up along
thetiack of railroad near Raleigh Mon
day morning and it is believed he either
threw himself or fell out of the Pullman
car window while the train was run
ning, as the car window was open.
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve is best for cuts, burns, boils,
bruises and scratches, it is especially
good for piles. Sold by May & Gor
Capt. Frisby and son, who sailed a
sloop between New Bern and points on
Pamlico Sound, were found dead near
Say River Wednesday evening. The
details of the accident are not known
but the fact that the boat was cap
sized and the men found fastened un
derneath indicates that they were
•caught in the terrific storm Tuesday
morning and wrecked.
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Wesle .1 arret, a sectionman in the
emplw t , of the Southern Railway, yes
i terday, gave up his life, to save a swift
|ly running passenger train fiom being
; wi and a result in probable heavy
I 'oti He was -crushed under
i the engine just had succeeded in
j ivmoving a heavy obstruction from the
J arret with other men of a section
ga tig. were repairing a piece of track a
s :ort distance east of Marion. The
work necessitated the use of a heavy
"Jack." Upop hearing the approach
of fast train No. 11,
the gang made airflPort to remove all
obstruction, but jn some
way had become fast and
to the rail, anddespite their frantic ef
forts they Were unable to remove it,
ion lying in such a manner
H:- to cause a derailment with conso
ler and probable 10-s of
II i'e. should the train hit
" With the train almost upon £hem the
men, vvir.h the exodptiiln of Jarret
sprang for safety, feeling that nothing
cou: ' t a wreck. He, however,
remained to make a last seiroic effort,
and by almost, superhuman' strength
succeeded in wrenching the "jack" free
1 toppled it from the tracks. His
life #as the sacrifice, however, a- at
that infant the engine struck him and
he w«o to death under the
wheels. The body being fearfully
The train was stopped and the Re
mains of Jarret tenderly gathered wp
and brought to this City, None of the
passengers on the train were aware of
how close they had been to disaster.
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The Rocky Mount* Record, Thursday, February 6, 1908
DO YOU GET UP
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FIRST: —Under the Ppvjrjer contained
in a deed of trust, give if by C. F. Smith
son and wife, and others;' to B. H.
Bunn, Trustee, recorded in 1
fßook 139, at page 15, Nash Registry,
and Book 114, at Edgecombe
Registry, the undersigned will offer for
sale, to the highest bicker, for cash, all
property, which lies in Nash County,
and embraced in the gloving descrip
tion, at the Court Houfee dj>or in Nash
ville, on Monday, February, 17th, 1908,
between the hours of ten ►'clock A. M.
and three o'clock P. M. aid will offer
for sale to the highest bidier for cash,
all the which les in Edge
combe County, anJ Embraced in the
following description, the Court
House door in Tarboro, on Tuesday,
February., 18th, 1908, betyeen the hours
of ten o'clock A. M. and three o'clock
P. M. the entire described
" as * .j
Beginning at a rock, j>n Tar River, ;
the boundary of the A. t. L. Railroad
Co., thence runs with tieir line,'N. 21
degrees E. 104.75 chains to the public
County Rosd, and Liwis' Crossing:
Thence in a westerly direction £o and
across said A. C. L. lailroad to the
center of said road, on its eastern
boundary: Thence coninuing with the
County road N. 85 degrees 13' E. 11.80
chains: Thence N. 76 Jegrees 30' E.
three chains to the center of the bridge,
across Little Creek, 2550 chains to a
maple, the old Trevathan corner, on
said Creek. Thence N. 44 degrees E.
16 chains to a stake on the A. C. L.
Railroad Company border: Thence
continuing the same direction, across
the A. C. L. Railroad to a stake on its
western boundary: Thence N. 86 de
grees 30' W. 61.58 chains to a Red Oak:
Thence S. 78 degrees 43' W. 22.93
chains to a stake, corner of, lot degree
1: Thence with the dividing line be
tween lots degree 1 and 2 S. 5 degrees
40' W. 59.33 chains to an iron stake,
on the road, the corner of the old
Thorpe line, in a Southerly direction,
and almost parallel with the A. C. L.
Railroad Company to Tar Thence
down the various courses of Tar Riv* r,
to the beginning, containing 339.21
acres, the same being lots 2, 3, 4, 5,
and 6 in the division of the Lewis place,
among the- heirs of W. M. Daugh
tridge, excepting however, from this
description lot degree 5, which has
heretofore been sold off.
SECOND: —Under the power con
tained in a deed.of trust, given by Geo.
W. Smithson, and wife to B. H. Bunn, [
Trustee, which is recorded in Book 119, |
at page 447, the undersigned will offer
for sale before Planters Bank, in the
town of Rocky Mount, to the highest
bidder, for cash, on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 19th, 1908, between the hours of
ten o'clock A. M. and three o'clock P.
M. the following real
Lying on the western side of Frank
lin Street, in the town of Rocky Mount,
beginning at Rebeccah B. Sills' North
eastern corner 202 feet, 2 inches, north
of western Avenue: Thence N. 86 de
grees 40' W. 208 2-3 feet to the said
Rebeccah B. Sills Northwestern cor
ner: Thence N. 21 degrees 21' W. 71
feet, 11 inches to the first station, and
being the identical lot or parcel of land,
conveyed to the said C. F. Smithson,
from G. W. and Mary E. Smithson.
THIRD: —Under the power con
tained in a deed of trust, given by C.
F. Smithson and his wife to B. H.
Bunn, Trustee, the undersigned will
offer for sale to the highest bidder, for
cash on Monday, February, 17th, 1908,
between the hours of ten o'clock A. M.
and three o'clock, P. M. before the
Court House door in Nashville, the
following real estate to wit:
Adjoining the lands of C. F. Smith
son, and others, and bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at an iron stake, in
the River Road, C. F. Smithson's
present, S. W. corner: Thence N. 5
degrees 40' E. 59.33 chains: Thence S.
78 degrees 43' W. 11.75 chains to a
pine: Thence S. 5 degrees 40' W. 52.65
chains to a pine, stake, in the River
road: Thence S. 57 degrees E. 4 chains
to a station: Thence S. 73 degrees 45'
E. 8.03 chains to the beginning, con
taining sixty-three acres more or less,
which said tract of land was convaved
to C, F. Smithson, by Ernest L.
Daugtridge, by deed dated, July 16th,
January 14th, 1908.
J. P. Bunn, Exr. B. H. Bunn, Trustee.
Sale of Land.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
t> y J&rry Hdrgrove, detad April 28,1906
and recorded in Book 143 at page 275 of
Nash County Registry, I will sell at
public auction on Monday, Feb. 24th,
at 1 o'clock at the Palace Pharmacy
corner in Rocky Mount, N. C. f a tract
of land containing 46 acres, lying on
the road from "Free Chapel" to Nash
ville, N. C., and being Lot No. 4 in the
division of the lands of the late C« C.
Ricks. JThos. H. Battle,
Jan. 23rd 1908. Trustee.
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