v -; :
ti n to
Tfrrae Cents the Copy.
tssful Meeting at Randle--es
With Following Ap-
: in, Special. The Metho--rants
closed a most suc--sjon
-tniioning committee reported
Alamance, W. ML Rike;
J. F. Hosier; Anderson, L.
iier; AsheviUe, J. r. Wtf-
. ; Buncombe, G. L. Curry;
i, J. D. Williams; Caldwell,
11 ). i.anuan; Chatham, J. R. Hut
to;u terfield, J. W. Self; Cleve
V. L). Reed; Concord, A. O.
I Davidson, ,T. W. Hulinf
W. A. Ledford; Fairfield, F.
V,. !:.! -.v. Fairvicw, D. A. Bvaswell;
!"... R W. F. Kennett; Forsvthe.
V C. assiter; Gaston, T. A. Wii
liai -: Graham and Haw River. A.
H. Bryan; Granville, J. W. Frenk;
liroi si . T. J. Qgburn; Greenville,
W. I). Foreman; Guilford, J.- H.
Halifax, W. L. Harris; Haw
River. C. F. M. Roper: Henderson, R.
i drews; High Point. A. G. Dix
; Ivy. V. A. Lamar: LaGranye. J.
11. Al i rnatbfc; Lebanon, J. H. Mot on;
rty, C. J. Edwards; Lincoln. T.
F. McCulloeh; Littleton, 8. W. Tay-
Mebane, G. W. Holmes; Mecklen
burg, 0. D. Stacy; Mocksville. W. J.
Hackney; Monroe, W. P. Martin;
Mounl Hermon, J. A. Burgess; Oak
Ridge, W. R. Lowdermilk; Orange,
Homer Casto; Pinnacle and Mount
Zion, T. L. Hunter; Randleman, T. H.
Mathews; Randolph, W. F. Ashburu;
Roanoke, C. L. Whit taker; Boeking
l am. .1. E. McSwain; Rocky Mount,
misuppHed; Saxapahaw, J. H. Bow
man; Stanley, E. G. Lowdermilk; St.
Paul, H. W. Braswell; Tabernacle, C.
K. Cecil; Thomasville. Edward Suits;
1 wbarie, Thomas Plvler; Vance, R.
C Stnbbins; Why Not, J. A. Led
better; Winston Station, W. T. Millo
way; Winston Mission, D. R. Wil
liams: Yadkin College, H. E. Powell;
Welch Memorial, Thomas E. Davis. ,
HyiBf Machine Company Formed.
Albany, N. Y., Special. Capitaliz
ed at $1,000,000 the Wright Compan
if New York was incorporated Mon-
" manufacture, sell, deal in
and otherwise use at an
ice or places on the North Ameri
can continent and the islands adja
cent thereto, machines, ships, or othe:
mechanical contrivances for aeria!
peration or navigation of any ant
every kind and description and an
future improvements or development
of the same." -
Pern- Davis' Painkiller should be take
without delay when sore chest and tickling
throat warn yon of an approaching cold.
He who excuses, accuses. French.
Doep-pa 1 ed ef;!d and coughs are cured
hy Allen's Luna Balawft, when all other
remedies fail Sold for over 40 years.
are hardlv cured. Ger-
Constipation causes and seriously aggra
vates many diseases. It is thoroughly
cured by Dr. Pierce's Pellets. Tiny sugar
dish on the
The danger from slight cuts or wonnda
: always blond noi"nrog, The immediate
pnlieatwm of tlandins Wizard Oil makes
lood poisoning impossible.
Held your tongue and you will pass
or a philosopher. Italian.
For COl-OS and CiKIP.
Rack's ''iProiM Is the best remedy
Tnevps the Brtiitu; onn Teverinness curea
lie Cold and rt.-;ji es normal conditions. It I
IquW effects immediately.
He that does not honor his wife
dishonors himself. ---Spanish.
Itch cured in 30 minute by Woolford'i
Sanitary Lotion. .Never tails. At druggists.
It is easier to prevent ill habits
than to break them. German.
MrB. Winsiow'fl Soothing t-hrrup for Children
teettiing,sof tens the pum. "reduces innainmsr
l km, allays pain, cures "-n-d oiMr '25c. a bottle.
When the sun is highest
:c least shadow. French.
lie conquers twice who
dmself in victory. Syrus.
Women who suffer with backache,
aring down pain, di-zziness and that
nstant dull, tired feeling, wil' find
rnfort in the advice of Mrs James
f. Wright, of 519
ton, Md., who ?ays:
"My back was in a very
bad vay, and when
not painful wa so
weak it felt as if bro
ken. A friend urged
me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I
did, and they helped
me from the start. It made me feel
like a new woman, and soon I was
doing my work the same as ever.''
Remember the name Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fos
ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, "N. Y.
t P. C
NO MORE LIVING MINERS.
Water and Air in the Lower Mine
Give Desperation to Efforts Num
bers of Dead, Living and Missing.
Cherry, tyl, Special. Efforts to
reach men possibly still alive in the
St. Paul mine were in vain Monday
m two parts of the underground work
ings. Although excitement was
heightened by the finding of a dead
miner who was at first thought to be
alive, the net result of the dav 's work I
was the recovery of 42 bodies.
1 lie V VP si ill nlivn A
was the watchward of every worker,
although evidence in support of it
The first tangible evidence that the
men in the east workings were not
killed when the fire broke out on Sat
urday was the failure to find any
bodies where it was predicted a large
number would be found if the men
were smouthered in their first rush
Many mining implements were
found, but not a dinner pail was to
be seen. From this it was argued
that the men unable to escape when
the fire was discovered, retreated to
some extremity of the mine, carrying
their food with theur. But this was
the extent of inspiring discoveries for
The situation to date: Number
t rapped in mine, 310; rescued alive.
20; bodies recovered Monday 42; bo
dies recovered previously, 59; still
unaccounted for. 189.
An opening to the third vein, or
lowest level of the St. Paul mine was
forced late Monday night, and the re
moval of bodies or the rescue of living
men imprisoned in the level may be
gin beiore daybreak, it is said.
Tests showed presence of air in
the lower vein. Thousands of gallons
of water have been poured into the
shaft tO extinguish the fire in higher
levels. With air and water available
hope for the rescue of any who may
be in the bottom of the mine is strong,
and extraordinary efforts to reach the
gallery are making. The opening that
has been cleared is a continuation of
the main shaft.
Gruesonp tokens of the futile
fight for life made by the men whose
bodies were taken from the mine
Monday were found near the bodies.
Boards torn from the timbering of
the mine had been crudely nailed or
tied as vanes about the handles of the
miner's picks to form a wheel. These
wheels the men had apparently turn
ed by hand to draw air to them. Close
to the fans the largest groups of the
dead were found.
STANDARD OIL CO. TO APPEAL
John D. Archbald is Optimistic
Thinks Sherman Law Too Drastic
and Will Ee Repealed.
New York. Special. To begin the
work of outlining , the course of ac
tion that will be taken bv the Stan
dard Oil Company, as a result of the
adverse derision in the government's
suit against the company rendered
Saturday, conferences of alhcials and
leading consel for the company were
heald in this city Monday.
In speaking of the decision Monday,
John D. Archbald, viey president of
the Standard Oil Company, took an
ontimistie view of the situation. He
"I believe that.. the decision will re
sult in legislation looking toward the
repeal of the Sherma nanti-trust act.
For under that law it is not only im
possibly for practically any corpora
tion to transact business but even co
partnerships may be attacked. I be
lieve hat te officials at Washington
are coming to the view that the law
is too drastic and that even Mr.
Roosevelt himself shares in that
Standard Oil stock was again affect
ed on the curb market Monday by the
Federal court's decision. The stocl
closed at 690 on Saturday and the first
sale Monday was 650.
Strike at Spencsr.
Spencer, N. C, Special One hun
htv machinists in the
tl- 'l Wivt ,7
Southern Railway shops here wont on
a strike here Saturday, charging that
tfan wmndhouse foreman had mistreat.
the enndoves. The walkout ap-
rdips to the shoos as well, as to
x . - - - .
Many efforts have
mane 10 an. usi u.uca-mc i,u. -m'
t i I ..A. -.- 1 w. "l r 11; Till
Af,i,'o-,r aviiniiHv here were no results
iuuiiuu ( - . .
Pn forcing 'Anti-Bsttrag
Oakland, Cal., Special. The
arrests in connection with the
fcrcement of the Otis-Walker
v Yoi tino-"!:! w were made at the
ville race track Monday. E. T. Mar
tin, a bookmaker, and Charles Brown,
a c'lerk, were taken into custody after
they had already arranged a $2 wagei
With a representative of the district
attorney's office, it bcintr alleged thai
money 'actually changed hands. Re
corder Cohnrn accepted bonds pro
vided bv the California Jockey Cft
and the' men were released p::idui2
a prclin:i::i;ry hearing.
POLK COUNTY, N. C,
W. N. C. CONFERENCE
appointments Read Change of Name
of Church Discussed Rev C. F.
Sherrill Imprudent Rev. H. L.
Atkins Desperately 111 Interesting
The Western North Carolina Con
ference of the M. E. church South, in
assembly at Hickory was saddened
Monday by a telegram read at the
opening session that Rev.
ins was at the point of dei
H. L. At-
point ot death at Jttan-
lers, Texas. Rev. H. M. Blair by re
quest led the conference in interces
sory prayer for him and family.
A motive was made and discussed
Favoring the movement to change the
lame of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, to Episcopal Metho
Rev. C. F. Sherrill against whom
certain charges were preferred was
suspended from the ministry for 30
33v, not for immoralitv. but impru
dence. The statistical questions were call
id and answered. In round numbers
these figures show that the Church
Membership in the conference is now
59,000, a gain of about 3,000 over last
rear. During the year the conference
'as paid $19,000 for foreign missions,
f 12,000 for domestic missions, $6,000
for Church extension, $671 for Bible
cause. $71,000 for presiding elders
salaries. $2,680.90 for bishops' fund,
making a total of $151,116 for all
The following appointments were
ASHEYILLE DISTRICT D. Atkins,
AsheviUe, Bethel D. J. Miller.
Central G. H. Detwiler.
Haywood Street T. L. Lallance.
North AsheviUe C. C. Marlev.
Bald Creek Circuit W. L. 'Ed
wards. Biltmore and Mount Pleasant. C.
Burnsville Station -A. F. Rutledge.
Burnsville Circuit Rufus E.
Elk Mountain Elmer Simpson.
Fairview Circuit J. A. Fry.
Hendersonville Circuit. C. E.
Hot Springs Circuit C. R. Aldson.
Marshall---E. O. Lawton.
Mais Hill L. IT. Griffith.
Riverside To be suplied.
Swannaona Circuit D. R. Uroffitt.
Tryon and Saluda W. A. Newell.
Weaverville Station W. E. Poovey
Weaversville Circuit C. L. Keever.
CHARLOTTE DISTRICT H. K.
Boyer, "Presiding Bider.
Charlotte, Belmont Park L. A.
Brevard Street Ira Irwin.
Calvary E. E. Williamson.
Chadwick and Seversville H. H.
Dil worth .and Big Springs A. L.
North Charlotte W. O. Goode.
Trinity E. L. Bain A. W. Plyler
Tryon Street G. T. Rowe, W. L.
Derita Seymour Tavlor.
Lilesville C. H. Clyde.
Matthews E. J. Poe.
Monroe, -Central H. F. Chrcitz-
Morven To be supplied.
Mount Zion J. W. Clegg.
North Monroe and Icemorlee W.
PinevilleW. S. Hales.
Polkton L. T. Cordcll.
Prospect C. C. Brinkman.
Union ville A. J. Burns.
Wadeshoro J. H. West.
Waxhaw C. M. Campbell.
Weddineton J. H. Brad lev.
Principal Wedington Academy, J.
M. JDownum ; principal Piedmont In
dustrial school, J. A. Baldwin: mis
sionary ;o Janan, S. A. Stewart: stu
dent Yanderbilt University, N. S.
FRANKLIN DISTRICT J. E. Gay,
Andrews tSation L. D. Thompson.
Bryson City and Whittier A. S.
Dillshoro and Sylva C. H. Neal.
Franklin Circuit W. I. Hughes
Franklin Station 11. F. More.
Glenville Circuit R. L. Andrews.
Hayesville J. R. Warren.
Hiawassee Circuit Guy Bryant.
West Market E. 'K. McLarty. '
Maco Circuit A. W. Jacobs.
-W. E. Abernethy,
Murphv Circuit i. 11. Hopkins.
Pobhinsville A. F. Fester.
Webster Circuit 3. A. Peeler.
GREENSBORO DISTRICT W
Ware, Presiding adder.
Asheboro Circuit James Wilson
Ashbore Station C. A. Wood.
Coleridge R. L. Fruit.
Pent oh H. V. Clarke.
Pnt Greensbrro S. T. Barber.
( 3 reen shoro, l arawav
Centenary- - D. M. Litakc
C lissom, assistant.
Spring Garden Street J
IN ALL THINGS.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, T909.
Walnut Street J. W. Ingle.
West Market E. K. McLarty.
West Greensboro W. L. Dawson'.
High Point, South Main O. P.
Washington Street J. E. Thomp
son. Liberty C. H. Caviness.
Pleasant Garden R. A. Taylor.
Ramseur and Franklinville J. E.
Randleman and Naomi G. E.
Randolph Circuit L. E. Stacy.
Reidsville Station L. T. Mann.
Ruffing Circuit J. F. Hornbuckle.
TTwharie J. A. Sharpe.
Went worth A. L. Aycock.
Editor North Carolina Christian
Advocate, H. M. Blair, assistan editor,
W. L. Sherrill; secretary-treasurer
Greensboro College, W. M. Curtis;
missionary to Korea, J. R. Moore.
MORGANTON DISTRICT R. M.
Hoyle, Presiding Elder.
Bakersville M. A. Osborn,
Broad River J. L. Meneer.
Cliffside A. C. Swafford.
Connelly Springs E. C. Puzey; R.
3. Abernethy, superintendent.
Elk Park William M. Johnson.
Green River W. S. Chqrry.
Forest City J. F. Mose"r.
Henrietta and Caroleen L. P.
Morganton Station W. T. Womble.
Morgan Circuit E. M. Modling.
Marion Station H. H. Jordan.
McDowell Circuit D. S. Richard
son. North Catawba J. J. Brooks.
Old Fort W. C. Malone.
Rutherfordton T. J. Rogers; J. B.
Rutheford College E. E. Cree.
-E. E. Jones.
Table Rock Albert Sherrill.
Thermla City J. E. Wpmack.
Hartland M. E. TutUa,.
MOUNT AIRY DISTRICT R, M.
Taylor, l'residmg bid
Boone Circuit T. E. We
Creston Circuit E. M.
Elkin Station R. C. Tuttle.
Danbnry Circuit D. A. Finkley".
East Bend Circuit J. S. Mock.
Helton E. L. Doggett.
Jefferson Circuit F. L. Shore.
Jonesville W. T. Carner.
Laurel Springs Circuit O.
Airy Circuit J.
Airy Station J,
Pilot Mountain Circuit J. C. Rich
ardson. Rockford Circuit T. J. Houck.
Rural Hall Circuit C. A. Swift.
Sparta Circuit J. C. Keever.
Watauga Circuit B. F. Fincher.
Wilkes Circuit J. W. Kennedy.
Wilkesboro Station B. F. Harsrett
Yadkinville Circuit B. A
Student Yanderbilt, W. O.
SALISBURY DISTRICT J. C.
Rowe, Presiding Eder.
Albemarle Statiom E. C. Sprinkle.
Albemarle Circuit P. W. Tucker.
Bethel and Big Lick S. S. Higgins.
China Grove J. J. Eads.
Concord Central P. T. Durham.
Epworth J. A. J. Farrington.
Forest Hill W. L. Hutchins.
West Concord W. C. Jones.
Concord Circuit W. P. McGhee.
Cot ton ville Circuit E. A. Wiley.
Jackson Hill Circuit E. M. Avett.
Kanuapolis W. B. Shinn.
Lexington Station A. L. Stanford.
Linwood Circuit A. R. Surratt.
Mount Pleasarft N. R. Richardson,
New London Circuit O. J. Jones.
Norwood Station T. E. ,Wagg.
Salem Sation G. A. Stamper.
Salisbury, First Church S. P. Tur
rentinc. Holmes Memorial C. M. Short.
South Main Street W. (). Davis.
Salisbury Circuit J. T. Stover.
Spencer Station R. D. Sherrill.
East Spencer, North Main C. A. B.
Holderby; J. P. Lunning, "supernum
erary. Woodleaf Circuit M. B. 1 Riden
hour. Principal New London High School
J. D. Rankin.
SHELBY DISTRICT J. R. Scroggs,
Bel wood Circuit W. V. Hunnient.
pessetEer Citv J. F. Armstrong.
Cherryville, Melton Crouse M. B.
EI Bethel E. G. Kilgcre.
Gastonia, Mam Street GL D. Her
man. West End and Franklin Avenue J.
O-ark N. C Smith.
Kags Mountain D. F. Carver.
I'mcclnton Station F. L. Town-
Binccln Circuit J. W. Stridor.
1 owell M. D. Mix.
Tcwesville D. P. Waters,
McAde--'lh B. S. Howie.
Afv.nj EbHv J. A. Bowles.
t V. M. Boring.
Central To b suplied; A.
Subscription Price, $1.00 Per
Lafayette Street T. E. Smiley.
Shelby Circuit E. M. Crowder.
South Fork H. G. Stamey.
Stanley Creek B. Wilson.
Wavesworth J. Frank Harrison.
STATESVILLE DISTRICT J. N.
Huggins, Presiding Elder.
Alexander Circuit E. Meyers.
Caldwell Circuit J. C. W. Hollo
way. Catawba Cireuitrr-J. M. Price.
East Monbo To be supplied.
Davidson R. E. Atkinson.
Granite Falls W. F. Sanford.
Hickory Circuit P. E. Brittain.
Hickory Station J. H. Weaver.
Iredell Circuit J. P. Davis.
Lenoir Circuit J. 0. Erwin.
Lenoir Station C. M. Pickens.
Maiden T. S. Coble.
Mooresville Circuit M. T. Steele.
Mooresville Station R. M. Court
ney. Newton E. W. Fox.
Rock Springs W. F. Elliott.
Statesville Circuit J. D. Rankin.
Wrest Statesville Circuit E. E.
Statesville, Broad Street Harold
Race Street O. J. Hinson.
Stoney Point T. B. Johnson.
Trout man J. J. Edwards.
Conference missionary evangelist,
D. H. Coman; president Davenport
Female College, C. C. Weaver; pro
fessor in Davenport College, J. B.
WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT W. H.
Williams, Presiding Elder.
Brevard Station C. S. Kirkpatriek
Brevard Circuit R. C. Kirk
Bethel E. D. Stabbeler.
Canton L. B. Abernethy.
Clyde J. H. Green.
Haywood J. F. Staines.
Johnathan T. A. Groce.
Leicester C. H. Curtis.
Mills River J. W. Williams.
North Haywood C. E. Steadman.
Spring Creek J. B. Parham.
Sulphur Springs J. W. Campbell.
Waynesville Station J. H. Barn
hardt. West AsheviUe S. E. Barnhardt.
Missionary to Korea M. B. Stokes.
WINSTON DISTRICT T. F. Marr,
Presiding " Elder.
Advance L. L. Smith.
Cooleemee W. Y Scales.
Davidson Circuit J. T. Ratledge.
Davie P. E. Parker.
Farmington A. C. Loftin.
Forsvthe J. S. Hiatt.
Kernersville H. C. Byrum.
Leaksville A. T. Bell.
Lewisville J. B. Tabor.
Madison and Mavodan L. W. Col
Mocksville- B. Margeson.
North Thomasville A. B. Bell.
Spray and Draper T. C. Jordan.
Stockesdale L. T. Herndon.
Stonesville J. H. Robertson.
Summerfield C. F. Goode.
Thomasville, Main Street Parker
Walkertown M. H. Vestal.
Walnut Cove J. H. Brendall.
Winston, Burkehead W. H. Biles.
Centenary J. E. Abernethy.
Grace W .M. Robbins.
Southside and Salem T. R. Wolfe.
' Agent Children 's Home J. P. Rod
gers. tj CENT
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Year in Advance.
West End W. A. Lambeth.
Transferred: W. W. Peele, J. a
Wooten, F. S. Love, M. Y. Self, C.
R. Ross, M. A. Smith, to North Caro
lina Conference; J. P. Hipps, to East
Columbia Conference; V. L. Marfeh to
Virginia Conference, and A. H. Wish
ner, Baltimore Conference.
Gen. Clarkson to Lose Out.
Washington, Special. The positive
announcement that Gen. James S.
Clarkson, surveyor of. the port ol
New York, will not be reappointed to
the office was made by Secretary oi
the Treasury MacVeagh Monday. Thf
decision against the retention of the
former political warrior from Iowa ij
one of the choicest billets in the Fed
eral service in New York State will
not surprise those familiar with poli
tical conditions n that State.
RACK FOR MDS.
The tidy housekeeper finds tbe
many lids of pots, pans, and kettles
needed in the kitchen a problem to
arrange with any degree of order
fThey cannot be hung up, many of
them, owing to the shape, and will
not lie in a pile, and they are woe
fully unhandy in the dresser drawf
A bright woman, to whom the lids
were as the hosts of the evening, has
now solved the question in a way
both easy and inexpensive.
She got a length of strong wire,
strethed It across the pots and pans
shelf bv means of a couple of nails.
I and on this the lids accompanying all
t the cooking utensils are neatly ar
ranged. The wire supports them
perfectly, and the even row of shiny
tin things is by no means unornar
mental, in addition to its handinesa
A fellow with a naturally discon
tented nature talks a whole lot
about his "ambition," but the fellow
with ambition, muses the Augusta
Chronicle, never lets it get out of his
system by talking.
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in the Country ,
The farther you are removed
from tcwn to railroad station, the
more the telephone will' save in
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phone lines and systems.
Instruments sold on thirty days'
trial to responsible parties.
THE CADIZ ELECTRIC CO.,
201 CCC Building, Cadiz, Ohio.
IS ILL IT WILL COST YOU
to write for our big FREE BICYCLE catalogue
the most complete line of high-grade
LES, TIRES and SUNDRIES at !
manufacturer or dealer in the world.
BUY A BIGYCLE lrt 23
- PROOF TIRES 9 "
Notice the thick rubber tread
"A." and puncture strips "Bn
and "1," also rim strip "H
to prevent rim cutting. Thin
tire will outlast any other
make SOFT, ELASTIC and
EASY RIDING. ,3,
1 order a pair,
lonsrer and looli
e knew that you will be so well pleasea
V.'e want ou to send us a small trial
tvneela, taddlcn, pedals, ?a.j and repairs, nnt