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rustuK, N.C, Arm. 29, 1903.
Fntaradatthaooat-offio at Franklin,
X C for tranTniUm through the
t a tecood-clMR matter.
On eopy twalv month
On opv aix nonth
-"-n! R opios, i
(.iiitoariM, per lint, -- -
Published ttt Wednesday.
The sluggard is witter in bis
owu couccit tbau sovnn meu
that can reader t reason. Prov
Born, Thursday, April 23, 1903,
iu Hamlet Richnioud county, N.
C, the "HamleJ Outlook," W. 8.
and 0. V. Barnes, editors, aud C.
C. Smith, local editor. The uew
issue bat a' healthy appearance,
being ue,.lly printed aud well edi
ted for ft beginning. It is a eix
colomu paper, and the subscrip
tion price is $1.00 per year. It
is nou-partieau as to politics, uou
sectarian as to religion." Success,
to the new comer.
to be 4
i' choose the L.
that eveuf.i 1
elected that W.
of w I
keep to the f rai
tiou movomeut'i ...
8iuce writing the ar-ove. the fol
lowing ticket has been suggested.
It is s food ticket, composed of
good. oitUeus, aud (be iuterests of
th trtwn would uo doubt bo well
guarded if it should be fleeted
For Myor 8am L. Kelly ; For
Aldermeu Jphu C, Wright, Dr.
W. H Higgins, Geo. H. Dalrym-
pie. Dr. F. L. Siler, R. L. Brysou.
I . .,
, ,- -. . ' - ,;
iu . Toa Hmd to His Wwnjr
J could be gotten
will have to pay
xuaniagea. Still there
. mi some who will vota ' against
good roads. Wayueeville Courier.
' Perhaps that horso favored ro-
I ting bonds for road improvement
and sacrificed his life to gain votes
jin the bond election m Wayues
t ville township wbicb was to take
i placet few days later. Ed. '
A ISREESSBOBO XA.1 LOSES OTEB
(T She Aw-itod rn-w.)
Koanoke, Vft, April 22. E.J.
Keuoedyof Greensboro, N. C.,ho
arrived here today on a Roauoke
and Southern train claims he was
robbed "pf- ft vahn.
frutn W'nijilon M P n ttaA.
Kennedy recently sold out
his mercantile busjuess at Greens-
vuiv auu piHneu lor uoioraao
fio far there is no trace of bis miss
ing inouvy, ,
ni 1 Mvw, Kidnwuid Sli
dtr trouble eautd by orie mad
It tho qrtteto. It enno br
cImbbbj s4 Tit .lUnf th
blood, ta rrmovinj th caiuo
of dueuo. It give rigor mvi
ton and knild Bp th health
ml atrength ol th patiaat
while on tho renwdr.
t.v.-L I a htmiaarr la
Die medio! world. It ha cored
d wlil contiou to ctrr mora
of th above dieM thaa all
0- ner koiwa rnnedie, manTof
tuck da more barm than good.
1 tit and thoroughly tested
;Jt.,-. "Wd California Reined
f --t c wpTiointa. It enr ia-
i r if ami 1 connnced that
' t ard a bletsuig to
j - y-'perbnTte,orftbct
.i -j f.irtw.fe of iwtie
- k i "i .. 1 enrea. If
1- . 4 I 1 ttt, fm,,, toyoa,
ttdzct tzi Petrlsss
KQ.1.0.L. A.UI- -X.
Xewter of th Bouse Erpreeai4
Mves from Clay Couuty, ;
ReprercntBtjft 0. L. Auderson,
of Clay county, is ft lawyer. He
read lawnt Judge Avery's Law
School at Morgauton, obtaining
LitifoeuBe in 189G. He began
Lpractioing at Hayenville and has
remained there sincn. lie was
elected to the House of 1903 by a
goot) majority and duriug hie
term as a member be worked per
sisletitly to get every tbiug. that
bis county asked for, His ooun
ty should be ButielW with his
work. Mr, ; Audcrecui comes of
legislative stock. His father,
Coot, J. 8. Auderson, served six
terms in the Legislature, making
a record (bat has uot often beeu
broken. Mr. Auderaou introduced
a bill for the betterment of public
roads and another one authorising
a bond issue for the purpose of
aiaoadamising public roads in bis
county. He introduced in tne
House the bill to charter the Hia-
wassw Valley Railroad Company.
and the Hayei
.srnil Fema e College, nis i
a happy nature. With him every
cloud has a silvery liniug.: He is
a ray of suushiue. His fondness
for children, ft redeemiug trait,
waft uoticable during the Tecees
hours just before aud after a see
sion. He would romp and play
with the smttll aud youuger of the
nai?BB. his eeuial couutenance
nlavfut as that of the happy child
This was a delightful recreation to
him aud drew on tho heartstriugs
of the pages who will recall iu
memories' musings when they
have reached manhood's estate
with its caipsand responsibilities,
ih ntsanl moments itiven them
wheu pagesof the General Assem
bly by Mr. Anderson. LegisTa.
tive Editiou of the News aud Ob
Caraesle ewes $600,000 To Toske-
new York. April 23.-The trus
be Tuskes-ee Normal and
iu tin . i niout luuuroiJi iidre
uaruegie, wno attended tbo ' re.
. .... .... V
cent meeting in behalf of the Tub
kegee IuBtilute where ex-President
Grover Cleveland presided. The
trustees will . meet Boou to tak
formal action in accepting the
gift and at (he same time to take
measures to still further increase
Mr. Carnegie wrote in part'
'oiiows; ... give this without
lion except Jbat I require
at StUlaw-Cvisiou be made
from therfT. for the wanta of
Booker T, : Washingtou and bis
family duriug bis owu or his
wife's life. I wish that great and
good mau to be entirely free from
pecuniary cares, that be bo free to
devote himself to his great mis.
Hertoaslharge Again! Mgt
The Morgantou Herald pub-
nsbes lbs following : .
"A seusatioual - incident oc.
cured duriug the trial here last
week bf Casaell aud Garland, for
murder, wbeu Zeb Burleson, a no
ted character iu Mitchell county,
waft placed on the witness stand
iu behalf of the State, Buriesou
was asked, if be did not leave the
State for ovr a year ou accouul
of u iudictmeut agaiust bira in
Mil ibell couuty for ft couspiracy
to kill, lie admitted be did
leave the State, but claimed as
his excuse that be visited the
room of Judge V. B. Council, who
was holding the term of court.
and I bat Judge Council advised
him to flee the State, aud be took
his advice. Such charges against
a Superior Court judge, has crea
ted no littie talk." i
Kan-fdFor Sarder. -Montgomery,'
AIa' April 21
Ld. Walker, a' tievrii. n h,,... 'i
iu veuireviiif!, Alabama to
tie .mur.li-r i-f " ri. 1':. .?
' ''1. ;. ! 1 )..',
..- . .. ...
V I !
' iMlnuwCiHtti .: ':
-1 ! i
Evil Effects of Cigarette Hawking.
Charles H.Stowell, M.D.,Trea.
surer nud General Manager of the
J. C. Ayer Co., of Lowell, Mass ,
has published a card stating the
feilnels of cigarette smoking on
boys and young men. He states
several reasons for opposing: the'
habit, wilb commits ou each.
The reasons stated A re giveu be
low, omitting the coi neuls;; ,, .
1. It lessens the uutiinil apne.
I, j,e r00j and injures diges-
Hon. ' -
2. It seiiously effects the uer
vous system, . , , - i . ... .
. 3. It lowers the moral toue.
4. If creates a craviug for strong
5. It is a filthy aud" oflfeusivc
6. It isexpousive.
7. It is unlawful, nearly every
stale prohibiting eelliug to minor.
8. Cigarette smokiug uot al
lowed by the J. C. Ayer Coauiong
From tho reasons above stated,
the J. C. Ayer Co., has posted
throughout their buildings the
following: ' ' .- . -'
;g , s
tlmt smuklnK Cigarette
Uibtitli mindomt body,
Httinir rnns ni-n fur
i Febttiary, i
Mr. Stoweli states that s clote
observation for many years amoug
the boys enployed by hia compa
ny has sbowu thai tbose woo are
most euergetic, sctivo, alert, quick,
spry, do not smoke cigarettes;
while the listless, lazy, aun, siee
py, oil interest iug aud uuiuterested
boys re those who smone.
n one Elected te urtlce.
Raleigh, N. C, April 23 -two
women school trustees for Ala
mance couuty were electnij "by the
Ipcialature at its roceut scsiiou,
but the fact was not generally-!
kuowu until today. The ladiel
upou whom this unusual houof
Las beeu bestowed are Miss Eul
Dixouamt :.ss Elmira Garretf
Attoruew -Geierttl Gilmer 7
. S .a laV, ....litlr
asked toJ ej wvios
to hold oflrceand he replied that
ijhoftulbority of the legislature to
-j t them could uot be disputed
llaa tbey beeu elected by a cnuu.
te ojuard of education the case
would nave been different.
. A Thoughtful . Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the hour of need
His wife had audi an uuuaual cane
cf utoinacb and liver, trouble, physi
cians could not help her. Ho thought
of and tried Dr. KUnr's New Life
Pills and sbe tpt relief at once and
was' finally cured. Duly ' !iuu,. at
Smrib' Druj Store," ..-
WsyaesTilleJetes Beads. .
Waynesville township last' Fri
day voted for an issue of $50,000
bonds for road improvement iu
the township. The vole was 554
for bonds aud 24 against bond,
Wsyuesville bos a spirit of enter
prise aud progressr -
, The Amerleaa tilrl.
The American girl is tbs most
competent girl in the world. She
can do more work, aud do it bet
ter, lhau any ot her girl upon tbe
shores of the Seven : Sous." She
can pjay, too, as ! heartily as she
works. She is beautiful, well
dressed, wel) cared for, and she is
a creature of superb health. Giv
en house, she can make it ueat,
comfortable, eveu beautiful; and
when she loves euougb she makes
hoare that is a borne out of ber
bouse. May Woman Home Cum-
v Miss areoek IIU -
(Sierial to the Citiai-o.)
Raleigh, N. C, April 22. Miss
Alice Aycock, tho eldest daughter
of the governor, has appendicitis.
This fact developed yieterday.l
Her uncle, Dr. Albert Andirsou of
Wll'-n !-.. I... -
r, mm vvaaa JKt JM0I U ijUlm , 1
Robbed The Grave. '
A startling incident, is narratei
by John Oliver of Philadelphia, a,
follows: ul wan in an awful oondl
lion. My akin, was almost yellow.
eyes sunken, tongue coaled, pain
ooutmually in l uck and sidea, no a'
petite, growing we iker day by day
Three physician h.id given me.; ii
rav a - -. '
tueii i w:m ail vised, to nxe tlei'ln.
; to my great -joy, tlio'fj
lollle niHile a ileciili
Utt .Iiree Week
con tin lied llnir nc
... i ... , .
" " "' i"
tliey rohhi-d i!.i: . f n-.-.-'-cr
li-.i. .v- ' - 1 f:,. t.r t v
- SMS. ?
Three men were kille
id at Viu-
Btou-Saleni, N. C, last
by the bursting of a saw-mil
ler. .v; '
Tbo postoffice dupartineuit hus
a Bleed for the rvsiguatiuu of Po.V.
master N.M.Wells at Cajtitoo.N
C.,'od a charge that he hail iiegleo-
ted tbe duties of bis ofliofb. C. F
Smathers bus beeu reooliiuieuded
as his successor. .
Benson, N. C, bad a ure in tbo
tmsiutfli portiou of the town last
Saturday that destroyed 15 stores,
causiug a loss of froin $50,000 to
Editor Jisephus Dauiels of the
News aud Observer delivered a
Hue addreses before) the confer-
euco for education Li Richmond;
Vu,, last Friday.
Savanuab, Ga., wants the Uni
ted Confederate weteraus' Reun
tou iu 1904, and Generals John B,
Gordou and Clrmeut A. Evaus
have promised fo use lbir influ
ence in that diifectiou. '
The Heudensou couuty petrified
mau is being (exhibited iu Ashe
ville this week. . ... . . .
feasor of pe
gogy aud . assistaiit
English in Wake
v,-awa last X burs-
1 10 o'clodkr
rruuwutKTAna mrrn rr.. .
n ines over, nonet work bwter. Co i ,
bit more mil. Hoipiram llosh.
And hem lav more urm. linl.tk.
prooium oi mating a much blood,
flesh and enenrr a nnMil.U J I
u maiiesi amount of food eon
I somed. Bur a can from rour deals.
. OAhTAKDLT ASSAULT.
. The Aeheville' Citizen of 2Slh
iust. says; An uuspeakablo bru
tal rspe occurred in this city last
n ight. Two days sgo a youug mau
of very good appearance came hero
from South Carolina aud engng-d
board with tbe Calloway" family
on Spring street.
Iu the family there ro several
children, oue of them little girl
eleven years old. While tbe adult
members of tbe household were
out Harris returned to the. bouse'
aud criminally assulled Ibis child
as she lay helpless ou a sick bed.
This wss lout 10 o'clock and
Harris Ibou fled in which di
rection uo one was able to say. ' '
. Tom L. . Johnston, of . Cleve
land, Ohio, bas given jt out that
ho will uot be s candidate tor uomi
uatiou for president, in. 1904.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. '
Ut Wni Yea Kan Alxajj E::;M
- Sean the
Dovbh Dsily Trains
Currying Pollman Sleeper, Cafe Cars
JalaearteJ and Chair Can (aeatafree).
Dcctrlc Uttzi Threuthout
Blrnloeluav McmpVis aid Kansas City
AMD TO Ali. POINTS IN
Texas, CUahoina and lodlaa Territories
. ANO THI . ! ' "
far West and Nortawcst
mB 0LV TKSOl K1H SLFf PINO CA1J LINB
BBrWE' Tt'B SOUTKGAar ANO "
' KANSAS CITV
Ccsor iptiv literature, ticket ar-
rantred and throinrh reservations made
noon arphcatioo ta
Ti Qtm Ciw
AVcgetabte rrcparntionfor As
liiHttheSloiaaclis antl Bowels of
ness and nVslConlAlns uciltrr
Oplum.Morphme nor Mineral.
i f.i.nl fiih i
A perfect Remedy forConstip
tlon. Sour StouyKh, Diarrhoea
luidLps or SWEEP.
TacSiimle SilJnaliirei of
tXACT COPT Of WBAWCR.
k Everything In the bouse at
55 M H.a.t. . .. ..!.. 1
make roem for our Spring Good. They are now arriving
and it's, room we want te diaplay them.
' - - J genied ficods for
H WRIGHT & ROBINSON'S STORE.
I! 'ji "
Union Lock Poultry Fbp--
For Poultfv. Pabhltc.
.. ... . '
S ".::"T'tt - ' ' y& a
E O r
" ' i -' cl-
rorlnfarttj and Chiilren.
Th3 Kind Ycj llavo
HI HMH, m.
I 4. a
lowert cash prices.. We must
. . t 1 rri . a
$11 the tfeepU
t a S
a4miMa niter en.rmrikrM Tlw WIrt!?!!
"?T1?4" r" w aom wiui Th. r.7T
WtfiAmMiMBort-aajdadpiiuioc in.. work of
Jo lll a;prt.w ad ?t Ut frVS?
U f .in- aui w crt, P1 ,
Tht, mMlwd hi, ronimcuileit lucU to Ovrr J
WRIT! KOR rm.U ISPORMATtoa. AdJre-.
1 ftJS t A o L I a nan
so riM.y y
; trtitarus, uarcdi;
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
liy virtue of the authority con
ferred on the Bunrd of County Com
missioners of Miicon Couuty .by an
act of tbe General Assembly of North
Carolina entitled "Aa Act to pro
vide for the attendance . of child run
in the School of Macon County."
An election will he held at tht sever
al voting precincts in Macon County
on Saturday the BOlh tlay of- May,
1003, Suhniittiug to the qualified vo
ters of said county the ; question of
Compulsory attendance on . the
Schools of id eoiinty, at said elec
tion each qualified voter of mid coun
ty who U in favor of compulsory at
tendance on the Schools of M.icon
county, as provided by Section one,
two, three, four, fiveiix and seven
of said Act, hereinafter mentioned,
will be allowed to coat one ballo, up
on which shall be written or printed
the words, "For Compulsory Allen
diuice," anilf each qualified voter whe
is oppoed to Compulsory attendance
on the Schools of said Couuty, as
provided by said Sections will be al
lowed to cast oue ballot uon which
ahull be written or priuted Hie words
Following are Seetions one, two,
three, four, five, sii and seven of
said Act, to which reference hsa
heretofore been made, vii:
Section 1. That any parent, guar
dian or other person in Macon Coun
ty, having the control of any child
or children between the ages of vh-hi
(8) and sixteen (10) year, shall be
n quired to send such child or chil
dren to umie public or private day
or night school for children, annual
ly, for a period equivalent to at leuM
three-fonrths of the public tohool
term in the dulrict in mid county
wherein said child or children may
reside,, subject to such exceptions aa
to ihililnn, plact-a of attendance and
Kchool as are provided for in seition
live of this set. -,
Section 2. That any parent, gear
dian or other ierSon in sail county
failirg to comply with the provision
of secliou one vf tbis act shall be
guilty of mlodcmeanor, and shall,
upon conviction, be fined or impris
oned iu the diacniiuii of the Court.
Section 8. That it shall be the
duly -of every public school teachir
in Macon County to keep.. ft stiict
record of the Bttendniice vtall cbil-
between the age of ei
bonud of his or
, I l. . II. ..
wuoenuii do enroiifiianpon tne oen
aua report a slttiffints in said dis
trict, and to report the same to the
liourd of E luoutlon of said couuty
annually al the dime of the puhln
school term. Said report' shall be
made out upon blanks to be furniahed
the teaoheis by the Board of Educa
tion of 'said county, and shall include:
e name of every child lie-
i the i
airvm nfTrVtWnd sill.l
O D . ...
yiir, reniuir.g wiiuin aaiu aisuict
who shall fail to attend some publii
or private day or night school for the
length of lime provided for in sec
tion one of this ac, together with
the name of tbe parent, guantian or
other pernon having control of snch
child or children.
(2) A statement of the actual
length of time during wliivli said
child shall have failed to attend
school us required by this set.
(8) A statement as to whefh
said parent, guardian or oil er persou
Having control of saul chili or clul
dren shsll have been excused ' from
he penalties of this act as provided
in secliou five of il l act,
Every report made by a teacher
bv virtue of this act shsll be duly
verified upon oath by the teacher
making the aaino.
; Section 4. Tliat it shall be ' th
duly of the Board of .Education of
Macon County to certify aid report
each year to the next ensuing term
of the Supcri r Court of sa'nl county
for tbe trial of rr.miusl cases afier
taid reMrts are made, and the
O'erk of said Court ball furnish the
Solicitor with said report, and it
he the duty of the Sol eitor of
lie district to dra and send bills to
he grand jury against all pernon
ho ball violate any of the provt-
-ions of this sot. 1 r
SeolionS. That this set shall not
pply in any ense where the child
has betn or is being ianht si bom
iu such branches as an taught in the
pulilic school forth kagXU of lime
required in section one of t jig act, or
whose phyvlcal or ineui.nl condition
renders his or her attendance imprac
ticable, or who ahalt he excused by
the pulilio school coin in i lie of the
township or dialriot in which the
parent, guardinn or other proii
bavin? control recidea, upon its be
ing shown to their sal iaf action tb:tt
the parent, guardian or other person
hiving control was not able, on ao
count it poverty, to ololhe aut-b citiid
projwrly, or that he or she has alre!.
dy acquired the ordinary branclie
lequired by law, or tlmt there is no
white K'hool, in the can of .white
children, or colored ncbool, in llie
ce of colored children wilhin two
miles by the lieareat trareleil Towl.
Seeliuii 6. Tliat any par-nt;iiHr.
ilian or other pernon in M.iemi I'ikiii.
ty, laving control of y t' 'I or
chililit n, !iO i 'i intent to n;nSc
any of i r i m-mk of ihw .-t i B'l
" i' .' --''v I- : ;:-, f.r :Ui-,::, i j , r.
" t h i ( '.i or 1 1 1: :!., I
ht" anil I , ftvyf
vnarfl n-Hinintr miimn
be guilty of a mi.luni'e;iupr, anjjihalt, .
upon conviction, be finea or impria
oned in tbe discretion of the Court.
Section 7. Thai the Board of
Education' of Macon Connty are '
hereby authorised to appropriate an-,
uually for each townnhip in said '
county, out of the public school fund
of suid county, the sun of twenty
dollars S0.0O) cr so much thereof
as may be necessary, to provide
buok for any child or children in
said township iu oases where the par,
eut, gnnrdian or other person having
control of such child or children -shall,
on account of poverty, be una '
lile to provide such child or children
with the nereasary nooks. mil . p
proprialion bsrrHe m;iile -MfuMrT
recommendation of theSchmt) Com. ,v
mltteeof the towimhip or diatrl f j
wliert-in the parent, guardian or olh- ' -i-r
person having control reaides, en- J
dorseil by the Couuty Sueriuteii- '
dent of Schools. ' V
By Order of the Board of Connty
CoinmisKionera of Macou County, N.
C, April 6th, 1003. .
" D. W: IllAlSE,
Clerk of tbe Board.
NOTICE 0FTAX SALES.
Ptirmaat to th law hi aark eaai-a nrovl-.'
M, 1 will at the Court llouaa aW in
Frunklla. N. C, on th ftrat Moadav In May
axt, aell tha inllowlac laaila to aatiaty tha
taxra an coat for the rear VJ02, aituatcd
aa follow, to-wit: , -
FA.KLtx Towsanir. i
. Kami. "No. Acre. Tta ft Coat.
Callla AddinRtnn X men 1 7A.
3 L Barnard 1 Tow j Lot ' M SO
O Barllitt 3 town toU 1 Tl
W D Collin 8 1 :
Ada Dnaldm ft aiatrr ti " t U
Jtt't RrtMara 1 ' 1 41 ,
Harriett Hawahaw " 2 M .
Hanrael Uipkla Mia. Int.J. C Hwl
, T Rinalaad 5 h '
Joeie Williaoa TK " J W,.
O B Dalti
Julia Franka heir
S Slf "
Snrah Klaalaad . tt)
R A Moor 113
Natl. AUmalTc Mf. Cu. lit
Ycaraan Hander KiO
The Tnrk. jr Knob Cor Co., Mln. Int.
3 tll,ioraiul otlier 31 km
J M WUIlama J '
JVrVuunK ST "
WooiKurd Zurhary . 30 "
W R Rarra .;.- t : " .
Martin Kl'ie . . !.' ,' 1.1 ,
W r TUonJltlnral InMl Jno.
Arnold Broa. .
Clark Hot hrirs
Aahr ft Bnmgararr ' 200 aj-ra
Thnma H Daridson W0
AV B Hi dili n ' 30 '
TR McCalr . : , . , w '
Penlaud ft IhtHon iff '
Mra Annie M TomiD IS "
John B Curtla
8 C 1)T Bion hrlra '
W J Muaa
Tliomaa ft Allm hrira
, CABTOOOacBATB ToWNINle.
t C SaBdrra J4 lot.
R V Smith
W A Bullny
II A Ifolilrn
J N Haynrv
W 8 lUiward ; " ' 33
LA Jarrett 1T
1 M Lflt ft John J Moon hrira K Int
100 arrra 8ta Urant No. ;iSS fur
'" II CI ft Mtt ' fflO
8 ) May ft Co. TO ariya fur HH ft 10"i i a
i A Maaon 14 aerea 4 !
W J Muore ft Co. ' Ifks - 2 T8
Mantahala MillloK ft Mining Co. Mia .
iDtrrrat ' 67 W
X R Stamp ft C W Mctoud 3000 ai
8 It Wood n acre
. BvBumvTowa Towsanir.
F H Biwhr ., . SWT m. 24 I
T B Panjhy Tl I ftT
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Jnsores only iu the best Com
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T. Baxter .White, Agent,
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VJolin W. Uann.
Mucnn Co, i
Enters ten aores of lnnd. Lym '
in Macon Co , N. t ! h !' -
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