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Munyon s, 53d and Jefferson Sis
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RAISED FROM SICK BED
After All Hope Had Vanished.
Mrs. J. H. Bennett, 59 Fountain
St., Gardiner, Me., says: "My back
used to trouble me
so severely that at
last I had to give up.
I took to my bed and
stayed there four
mouths, suffering in
tense pain, dizziness,
headache and inflam
mation of the blad
der. Though with
out hope, I began
using Doan's Kidney
and in three months was com-
III Kill IN W
Great Loss of Life By Hood
MEXICAN RIVER ON A RAMPAGE
?-JLm' Dccnding For Forty-Eight
Hours, Causes Overfli w of
the Santa Oatarina River, and Pos
sibly Twelve Hundred Lives Are
The trouble has never
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-MHhurn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Know pruiicin, cautious self-con-trcl
is wisdom 's root. Buns.
For Colds and GRIP.
Hick's r.pcmic to the best remedy
mifves the aihhig and feverlshnesa-curaa
met old and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects immediately. 10a. 25c and
Sic. at drug stores. mM
Water For the Bees.
Give the bees plenty of water.
Thev need a ffreat deal an A miM fl
distance to get it.
If there is no running stream or
lake of pure water near it is well to
'place a pail of fresh water near the
apiary every day.
Bees use water to dilute the heavy,
thick honey left over from winter to
make it suitable for the young larvae
and also to make the cell was pliable.
Bees should be protected from the
Winl on thp nnrtri an A rocf kr n
wv u Uliu ww l. ,) L alf i J
close set hedge or high fence.
All maoAo c-K.,U 1 I i. j
- , - . i i n ill is- k f ill i ll r l in
v vj is uv i? a i in
ront of the hives. Mow a plot six
eet wide and then cut the weeds and
Prow .. . i -. ...
Afl hour once a week sDent on the
care of the bees will brine- larger
returns for the effort th fin flnv ri ioy
labor on the farm.
A newspaper man of Chicago who
Jives a few rrnlps nnt in tho vnimtnr
tost year sold $225 worth of honey to
wee big hotels. He savs he did not
Spend more thin an tumv o woolr
A p-eat sraD mav be
O 1 1. 1 1 I r.S. 1 TM Ml IP
en prize a thing ungained more
ian It is. Shakespeare.
"'"""T H.ULS rooa mat would
Wreck an Office Man.
Men who are actively eneaeed 4t
, . . i
urn can sometimes eat rood
rv "ma wrecic a man wno is more
is illustrated in the following
1 was for 12 years clerk in a store
0Kn)2r artfvelv and rlranlr offaa all
'me without much trouble until
f J OntereH th fplocrranh aAviria
Tilt.' re T COt vorv ll'ttla avalaa
inking strong coffee, my nerves
nsteady and my stomach got
tnd I was soon a very sick man.
meat and tobacco, and, in fact,
ted eating everything which I
: might affect me except coffee,
H my condition grew worse and
11 but a wreck.
finally quit coffee and com
1 to use Postum a few years
ad I am speaking the truth
say my condition commenced
-ve immediately, and to-day I
and can eat anything I want
any bad effects, all due to
from coffee to Postum.
I my wife to-day I believed I
"est a brick if I had a cup of
r' go with it.
make it according to dlrec
r,5ling it full 20 minutes, and
' rich cream, and it is certain-
' 'His." .
erey, Mexico. VTo It--.
hundred persons drowned, 15,000
homeless and property damage to the
extent of $12,000,000, is the result of
a flood which struck this citv hi
I and 2 o 'dock Saturday morning.
Vord from Laredo, Texas, reached
this city late in tho fA
ot the most disastrous floods that has
oeen experienced in northern
.ico ransed by the overflow of the
fcanta Catanna river. According to
rdmors there has been great loss of
hfe, estimated at 100 to 300, and the
financial damage is estimated at any
where from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000.
tor the past 96 hours a varitable de
luge of rain fell, which together with
the flow of water from the adjacent
mountains into the Santa Catarina
river, so swelled the stream that it
reached a width of a mil- and a half
nu completely overflowed certain
portions of the city of Monterey, and
wrecking houses, and causing loss of
life as it ramrmced nn its maA
Keports state that the current in the
river was so swift that it appeared
to the stricken families who lived in
Je vicinity to be a miniature
Information reaching here through
reliable sources states that so severe
was the flood that tha inhabitant in
the vicinity of the flooded stream
barely had time to flee for their lives;
that the onrush of waters carried
away their homes and chatties and in
many cases drowned the occupants of
the Jacales or small huts used by th
natives. It is said that a chaotic ran-
iition exists and that the plazas are
-rowaed with the poor homeless na
tives who were providentially allowed
to escape with their lives.
Saturday nisht every effort was
made by the kind-hearted citizens to
shelter the women and children. Their
homes were thrown open to the suf
ferers; the police station, many of
the hotels and private clubs as well
as the rooms of several organizations
were placed at the disposition of the
authorities and for the greater part
the women and children were cared
for. However, many of the men were
;ompelled to sleep in the open in the
rarious plazas. Many women had
oeen separated from their husbands,
mothers from their children, without
knowledge of the whereabouts of ouj
another, and scenes of the most pro
found grief are witnessed on all
While as yet there is no scarcity of
food and the citv is amply able to
i care for its destitute, there is fear
of a shortage in the near future.
There have been several washouts
along the line ofthe National Rail-
I way between Laredo and Saltillo,
Mex., and not a train has entered the
city ef Monterery for the past 72
There has thus far been no attempt
to inter the dead. They are being
placed along the banks of the river,
where an impoverished morgue has
been constructed, and there await
identification. The bodies are guard
ed by soldiers.
BOY KILLS INTRUDER
Lad of 17 Shoots Man Found Rum
maging in His Father's Hons..
Asheville, Special. Ben. W. Mor
ris, Jr., son of B. W. Morris, a youth
about 17 years of ago and well con
nected in the county, who Wednes
day night shot and killed Joe Capps,
a white V wlinm ho
maging in the Morris homestead
l tout five miles from the city was
ecquitted ly a coroner's jury on
the grounds that he shot in self de
fense. There were no witnesses to the
affair except Morris-, who testified
that he was out at the barn at his
piace, tnere being no others at home.
and hearing a noise at the house, he
flttuea tnere and found a man, un
Known to him, in the house destroy
ing the furniture and chinaware,
part of which he was throwing out
w i"e wmoow.
rfl fine Xirkrt nnH J 1 l ...
-- tijjfjuareu to ce eitner
urunK or in a frenzy, threatened to
Kill him it he tmtiTA
TAR HEEL CHRONICLES
News Notes Gathered From All
Parts of the Old North State:
Two Days of Greeting and Mingling
in Joyous Reunion of North Caro
lina Veterans of the Lost Cause.
Charlotte, Special. Veterans be
gan to arrive Tuesda nizht for the
State Confederate Reunion held heAbbey London.
TTT T -.
un wacmesday and Thursday. Gen.
Carr and staff were on hand and Ad
jutant Gen. London was especially
active and skillful in executing the
program as published.
At the morning session, in the
Academy of Music the packed house
was spell-bound with the speeches of
Chief Justice Clark and ei-flovpmn,
Nat Goodwin Is fifty-two.
Major Mearns and Professor Lor
ins will ascend Mt. Kenia.
Ambassador Reid arrived from Eu
rope to rest at his Adirondack camp.
General Booth was operated upon
In London for septic poisoning of the
Theodore Roosevelt, hunting in
Kenya Province, killed a bull ele
Frederick Townsend M.-i
harvest festival to children at Combs
vis, not to
Eaentinn the Kb.-
greetings in the welcome addresses
and the responses.
At the afternoon osirn tK.
Kill mm It hO im.A,l iK 1 I Y l" iUI-
vUkClcu me uousc, i "ir omcers were all re-elerted W 9
Morris secured the shot gun from a clamation. A JllMi
a comminee to se'e vto; the
neighbor, entered rh":T- A uu.'uon was carried tod
v V j i - m m r i u
mt ww-. i f- r v
flfln U'fio mnf U. 1 11 l . I
- ww mo met ui iuc nail v nnns i wnrir rt- enAMMH . i 1 ,
who had worked through the BK 4h wlwZ&iF5 Za&
A scuffle ensued Affor ca I tt t r, , loe soldiers
iVVl OUillC 1111 I JlUllir HI IT 'J OKV i I 1 .
. I v xj. i o(j inp pnmmif.
-w fc-w mmm -u a. ii -
utes Morris was able to throw Capps tee was cont nu d that has in' XI
off him out of the hone rftn it WMi i..
Automobile Party Killed.
St. Louis, Special. Five persons
were killed Sunday when an automo
bile in which they were riding was
struck by a fast passenger train of
he Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific
Railway west of Vigues station, St.
Louis county. All were residents of
St. Louis. The dead: Theodore F.
Witte, Theodore F. Witte, Jr., aged
nli r.0A, n wuto painfully 1 ut rot ser-ou:-ly injured
out ot the house. Tnnns
tried to enter again, making threats
and holdnig an open razor in his
hand, a razor he had got in ran
sacking the house, and would not
heed warning of Morris, to leave
the place, when Morris leveled the
run and fired, Capps falling over and
iied shortly. The house was badly
ransacked and things thrown into
Ben Morris Arrested.
Asheville, Special. A warrant was
sworn out Saturday afternoon by
John Capps, father of Joseph f .
Capps, who was killed by Ben. W.
Morris, Jr., late Wednesday evening,
charging Morris with the murder of
Lapps. Morris who was the only wit
ness before the coroner, made it a
case of selft-defense, but other wit
nesses are to be examined.
Washington, Special. A large
delegation of citizens left here Wed
nesday morning for Swan Quarter to
be present when the Governor and
Council of State are making their in
vestigation in Hyde county and dis
cussing the advisability of continu
ing the Mattamuskeet Railroad,
which the State is now building be
tween Fairfield, Hyde county and
Belhaven, from Belhaven to this city,
instead of stopping the road at Bel
haven. The continuing of the road
jo Washington and making this city
its terminal means much to Washing
ton and her various commercial in
terests and every pressure will be
brought to bear on the State officials
and every inducement offered by our
citizens to get this road.
the wn-rlr 1 L. i a , t ,
-tt- suuaoie monu
ment to the memory of the women of
the State, who bore so much of the
burden of the great Civil War
uStf ?,?4Qck the veterans and
their families- were admitted to Vance
Park and ecjoyed a treat of music,
recitations and refreshments.
On Thursday morning mustered for
tne last time on i Charlotte cnil t,. I
D. O. Mills decided to eelehrrrte hc
eiglify-fourth birthday at his camp in
G. W. Patten said he found Euro
pean grain merchants keeping anx
ious watch on the market.
Judge Elbert H. Gary credits Pres
ident Taft with inspiring a broaden
and fairer spirit among America's
General. Rush C. Hawkins, return
ing from a trip abroad, said that all
England was affected by fear of war
J. M. Barrie, the novelist, on the
occasion of the bestowal of honors on
the King's birthday refused an offer
Of knighthood. .
Judge Richardson, of the Massa
chusetts Superior Court, sajd in Bos
ton that the idivorce court was an in
stitution of civilization.
Spnor Frederick Stires, .-bf Hayti,
eaio; hvited the United States to
buy. a, ship to add to that country's
navy, w naan't found the right one.
Alexander Millar, confidential man
of E. H., Harriman, declared on his
arriya from Europe that, Mr. Harri
man. ijs not seriously ill, but needs
onjy rest at home.
Two Die in Collision.
Glenwood, Mo., Special. Two per-
march to the notci-ci "Divi." QrA FOns are dead and a s-ore are injured,
iiic run oi arumsifan the wake of
xaiierec banners eloquent of martial
conflict, 1.086 Confed em to cnlilioi-c
. uuiuitl ,7
ieil into line behind thei- mtA
leaaers astride spirited chargers and
ireaiea a large crowd td an n'nufmnl
spectacle, eliciting cheers from men
and hand-clappine and 'kerohi
waving from ladies onlooking.
With General Carr was his staff.
on the left beins Brie-aHi
H. A. London, of Pittsboro. and nn
the .right Col. W. H. H. Gregory, of
I Statesville; Major Ashley Home, of
Clayton: Lol. J. H. flnrrie nf
"lvear-Beer" Was Plain Baer.
Durham, Special. W. T. Rigsbee.
the richest voun; man in Durham,
was fined $500 Tuesday fcr r tailing
liquor. Other cases against him were
nol-prossed. Rigsbee owned a near
beer stand, whereat Detective May
tield, of Roanoke, bought drinks,
which analysis showed to be rom-uer-cial
beer. There was a conference
with City After ev Everett, who
agreed to accent. 1; e settlement men
tioned. In tjie trial of the case.
Fernie Foster, a negro, had made
affidavit that 4ie was promised im
munity for turning State's evidence.
Attorney W. B. Guthrie, represent
ing him, asked fr his r-Iease. As
sociate Counsel Helton, fcr the State,
interposed a remark whi( h provoked
hot words, with the nsult , . that
Guthrie struck Holton and spat in
Youh Shot by Accident.
Hamlet, Special. Halbert
Stewart, a young man riort 18 years
of a?e. wis atcid?Rtnttv shot and
I The men were brothers and officials
of the Witte Hardware Company.
Mrs. Klinge was their sister-in-law.
The party had been at Creve Coeur
lake, a rescrt 12 miles west of the
eity and were speeding homeward
Tit .. - w - v v t t v ii liic a a
Hf,i"tle book, "The Road to Well-
acl the aboveletter?
i... i "w. ann rnii rr ,...
Dynamite Explosion Fatal.
Key West, Fla., Special. As a re
sult of the explosion of 700 pounds
of dynamite at Bocachka, 12 miles
from Key West on the Florida East
Coast Railway, ten men are dead and
ten others probably fatally wounded.
The explosion was caused by a mem
ber o fthe railroad construction force
carelessly throwing a lighted cigar
ette into a box of fuses. Nine of the
workmen met instant death and the I
tenth died while being brought to the
hospital here. The men were hurled
high into the air and the bodies
the dead were almost beyond recegs
Sunday night. The nccidert occurred
in the cab of fF. B. Hall,,
bf the Seaboard, wb L' the revolver
was in his (cat pocket. It is sup
posed the hattiTrr of thrt rt1 became
entangled i "the lining of the pocket
and was distbnrd. .
Winston-Salem, Special. Counter
feiting, although on a small scale,
perhaps, is charged against E, R.
Butner of Tobaccoville, this county;
also W. G. Lane, his brother-in-law,
is in the toils, suspected of being an
trviug to pass
bilLto $10. When Butner was search
ed another bill was -found upon him
which had been "lifted" from $10fto
$20. Clippings from Confederate
bills had been used to turn the trick.
Butner claims to be a cattle dealer
while Lane says he is a laborer.
etteville Major George H. Hall, of
Red Springs; Major Shakespeare
Harris, of Concord, who rode with
little Miss Ruth Porter, who wa,
dressed in the Confederate uniform
and colors, and Major J. Y. Young,
By actual count there were 1,085
veterans in the parade, many not
participating. In the First Brigade
were 382 men, in the Second were
453, in the Third 88, in the Fourth'
0 and in carriages 92 infirm.
Among the big features of the re
union was the great barbecue given
near Latta Park after the march un
doubtedly ranks high. A crowd esti
mated at 4.000 persons, not- all vet
erans, partook of dinner there. Tables
were spread in the grove. After
much work of preparation food for
this large assemblage was got togeth
er, cooked and served, much of the
work being done by the ladies inter
ested in the cause.
Just as a matter of mathematical
curiosity, how much do you suppose
was eaten at that barbecue? Twenty-one
-hogs, averaging 70 pounds
each, 7 beeves weighing about 400
each and three Croats. The guests did
full justice to the repast.
Equally interesting in, this connec
tion, are the figures of Capt. W. B
Taylor, who, in chargvcf the com
missary department , toiled early and
late to provide for the material wants
of the visitors. He furnished food
Tuesday afternoon for 700 man.
Wednesday morning for 800 men.
Wednesday noon for 1,200 to 1,600
men, Wednesday" evening for 800
men, Thursday morning for 800 and
Thursday afternoon for 250. Thus it
would aopear that approximately 5,
000 meals were served free.
Drowned in Lumber River.
Maxton, Special. Mr. R. M.
Forbes while .swimming in Lumber
fiver Thursday afternoon was drown
ed about 5 o'clock. Mr. Nolan White,
who was with him at the time, was
nSabte-to account for the unfortunate
mau 's accident, as Forbes had told
him he could swim. H3 was a Scotch
man and ' had just arrived recently
to make his home with Mr. James
McBride and' to learn farming.
six dangerously, as the result of a
head-oil collision between . a heavily
loaded Wabash passensrer tran, No.
")15, and a freight train one mile
-o'tth of here Saturday. The dead:
TTcnrv Lodwig. Queen Citv. Mo.; R.
''. Thompson. Moberly. Mo., freight
'-n"i firman. The serioudv injured :
v. W. Warmoke. Centreville. Ia; 3.
Z( : ler, mail clerk: V. H. Cappler.
T . Carnav. Grove Clark. Mrs. Ida
America Has Lion's Share
Rheims, By Cable. A twiiight vis
ion of Par.lhan's graceful "monoplane,
so hi?-!' that it seemed to rise above
the yellow harvest moon just rising
above the distant hills, and the fleet
ing "gddn fl-er" as the Curtiss ma
chine has l-een dubbed, smashing an
other world's record of the Prix de
la Vitesse were the closing alories of
aviation week stives tbe United States
a lions' share cf the Loners cf the'
ACTIVE AS PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Dora Martin of Oklahoma, na
tional oreanizer of the Anti-Cigarette
League, has returned from Manama,
where her work is said to have been
highly commended by the Govern
ment authorities. Dr. I ucy Waite of
Chicago has resigned her place -as
head surgeon in the Mary Thompson
Hospital for Women and Children.
Dr. Mary Dennon of Manchester hag
been appointed ass'stant physician
at the Norristown (Pa.), State Hos
pital for the Insane. New York Sun.
District Attorney Jerome annunei
lis iutention of seeking a re-election
In New York City.
Walter Wellman's balloon was
lowed back after an accident to Soitz
iergen, where it burst.
Investigations inr the Mvll affpfrs
3f Montreal snoW( that millions have
seen lost in public contracts.
The non-raanetic yacht Carnegie
let S3il on her way to begin her first
jruise in the interest of science.
Five deaths in Butler County, Ala.,
2nd 100 cases and several deaths in
C!a-ke County were reported due to
President Taft issued orders to the
Secretary of War to reduce the army
by ten per cent., or tc a force of 80,
000 men. ,
The gentry of the province of Hoo
Peh, C'iina. threatened not to recog
nize the imperial edict if the Hankow
railroad loan is granted.
About 1,500,000 acres in North
and South Dakota will be allotted in
October, according to a statement is
sued in Washington, D. C.
Beekman Winthrop, Assistant Sec
retary of the Navy, witnessed target
practice with the Atlantic battleship
leet off the Virginia capes.
The Chicago Great YVestern Rail
road was sold at St. Paul for $1.2.
0,000 to a syndicate formed bv J.
Pierpont Morgan, the only bidder?.
Representative Fowler, of New
lersey, savagely attacked Speaker
Cannon for the financial and tariff
legislation that he jammed through.
Revolutionary Albanians havin?
refused to open peace negotiations,
Turkish troops carried out a move
ment to sweep the bands out of the
tountry adjacent to Verissowich.
THE MODERN INDIAN.
"Did you succeed in getting that
Indian to smoke the pipe of peace
"No," answered the agent. "We
were just getting to a friendly under
standing when I made the pipe of
peace proposition. He got angry and
wanted to go on the warpath because
I didnt offer h'm a cigarette." Wash
rr rm nnim
i m twmJmjmii rmm 1 n hi
Are a Necessity j
.in the Country
The farther you are removed
from town to railroad station, the
more the telephone will save in
time and horse flesh. No man has
a right to comnel one of tb fnmilv
to lie in agony for hours while he?
drives to town for the doctor. Trl-i
ephone and save half the suffering.
kjut r ree book tells how to or
ganize, .build and operate ' tele-
pnone unes and systems.
Instruments sold on thirtv davs
trial to responsible parties.
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puncture closers to be used in case of intentional knife cuts or b-avv t?a.hesN Tire. r . VlT L
ison they are not satisft'.ctorj' oi examination. "
at OUR expense if for any reason
that when von want xni-o; .-o -,aL. r7riZ lw1" "Cl0 weu Pca
Arrr of r,X. v, O . Ci ' IILT "n"" wau-. j ,u. u sena us a small tna
pnees charged by dealers ar-3 repair men. Write for our biz SUNDRY eatuinVr u"
DO MOT WAS? TlUe . t0ay- DO NG1 Tunftt b buying
fw.5 bicycle or a pa.- of tires from anyone untM you know the new an!
wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write ltVW.
I HEAD9 CYCLE COMPANV,' Dept. "J L" CHICQt?ILL.