16 Haziran 1903 Tarihli The Monroe Journal Dergisi Sayfa 1

16 Haziran 1903 Tarihli The Monroe Journal Dergisi Sayfa 1
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it THE MONROE VOLUME X. NO 20 MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY JUNE 16, 1003 One Dollar a Year Cl kKlINT TOI1C COMMENTS ,teuiptoiw rental k as "new Mpapera , lie," or the "iHm!uN-ruiii4 have The resident's Tour- No Such uiethiiig to Ulk almnt.' Itiit A Kin and Queen Murdered- tTALMNU WITH THE ITOPLE The King ami tjui-en of Servia were murdered I'V revolutionist The Educational lovemerit Might I Thin as a ClouUJ.urst Argu- ,hAt h l""- w,1' ' Tis ; harked by the army of the country i mcnt for lortst Reserve.- U- 1 a. . v . i ,a!4 " """lay M- MngAle , T " 1 tl.c truth. thai a a general rule the ,d. r aa hot .Iowa in hit. palar8 uuorltraL'nUistu.bcJ -Cbanire ... - .. l.. i ... . . .' .1 To arjf' New 'papers the Uailroads. -Change u siii.-r are conducted l urn '.ml hi, ,.. and hrr brother ami ' Work of of clui actcr who don't print I limns glst,.r ,.. uilrl with au axe. The' that are n.. true rxtittt 111 rare iw.ihiii.in in.l n.ii..l..r h. be a Member of the Cincinnati. The farmers Taking an Inning, but the Score Vet to Make -Mr. Williams' Closing Days -The HOW TO KILL WLEll.S. ,iT fn,T0U0l,h'W.t't bfucrdill evea after Mutuary at l.iM raiue to an cud oute data . . . , ., ' ... . 111 ' 1 prudent has Uf n cxrn-inrd. Hut ag-i. His trip piohahly urruiurd . .1.1. .1 1 1 1 . the loan lt.i aava oiiietli ug that iv -- llltlll UIUIIV 1 Mill 1 11 . , W Iterative Murrth ...faMiif " 1 P.r"''1'"l proelaimed, ami lb ro ry II r . I men Ml'kl IO Cl'l I'UI VI II 111 a travel In-raum no perfer trd. Mr.1 , ., . , 1 , 1, . :, 1 . 111 wave of the hand ami an any rrf KixiM-vrlt lias nth una Miakeu ... 1. ...h - ;.. ''N-""' ' news pa am, is uow fi . . . t i 1 . ; ; .advertising himself aa ignorant of ' i'i"i iv. .t-van, cut it la uouot- i . e .1 . . .1 r..i..i.i 1 .1 1 the mi rit of I he liinea. to kiv the fui 11 lie is luore iHipular tlian lie-, ' planmil for a lonj; time, and were! tiarJcning Uil liy wen high up iu authority, j "Speaking of the nlm-alioiial Mipixirteil liy the army. A m-w 'awakening in North t'aroliua,"wiiil roiiMitutioii ami goirrmueiit mere' Mr. II. It. Adams, 'you know we ill dun t fi l it so in I'uion county 110 1I1 111 1 it lie engulfed ill a civil war ' like they do in many cc tiouof the ....I ,1... I .1, . ' tj.-.i.. 'I'l.- r... u.... i uiiii-?m 1111- r.iimiii-iiii iiuiiou lake air. i nr i.ii'i ik, inr line 1111:11 Falls Heir to JSUXW In EnglanJ. t UrUX tt'nh"i.ith. j Mr. J. I. M all of the tliar- Mr-Henderson Uies a Weceipt bv lotle liar, altoriuy f..r ui. Kit b .. ... .fc .... ,- t " aids ot Su.ilev IWk. ha rerei.ed ' X h'ch th l"mcr fruia llie l .iiui i.f ( baiKvry, iu tliej Tnclr Oram -Tine to Thresh. Coxa! I'ouit of Uuid nVi.nK of! The History of the Weevil. tbe M'ttU-tueiit of the et:itis ofl J .ilini:il ri'iun'i-r !in tui.i. (Md and Ever New Measures of ijaimn and Ann liu lianls of the i.m:illv w.-i..ri..ii... ll..i..i...w.., panli liiutuiiii.il Alilmt, in the' ier Mill ami talks with Mr. J. fouuty of lli relonl. Knglaud. lleiideixin. the manager. ! ! llier.fordn.how that I"mj pounds cause lie i au inteivMuig talker 111 ateiling. C shillings and :i iieiire his line, the other ilav re.iiie-.le.l lea.1. NeasfiaiM'ra now have a Hlamling 111 their communities and fore he U-gau the journey, and of 11.. . .... r... 1 1.. ....... .. ..'I. IIIV lllkl H aB llfl UT I'M I " . . Ill , , . . ., 1 , . ,', , a character, aiiitlired liv Imig vear .f help ng things. long towards h.s lf fajlli(ll am- iiiiuiiiai 1011. ue in 1 iiir. uowever. hius lieen settled, hut mil !)' this trip. That is that Mr. Roosevelt will get tbe nominal ion for l'lvni dc nt to siieceed himself. Mr. Ilau 11a was tbe only man who might have boiled to defeat him, and Mr. Ilamiii has apparently acquiesced kept, that are uot downed by such methods. A well known preacher, at the ton of the ladder in his de nomination, chut' to change his resilience, and iu connection I here with make some remarks, which a reputable tiewHiiaiicr cotistrueil to 1.:.. ii.. , 1 , .1 1 . . , . , ' Hitau H iviuwiii 1111 iiihuiioii:. " lirii .uiiie.es.reoi.neiiesi.ieuiora ,he ,(It.at.,.r m,w al.ti,.e hr una . . ef,.on ny ntaj ui,.k . miA u jf WttsB ,(WX uu, party. I.nt . ni umng to t he ca- Mf ,he 'ww ,.,,,,, .,, em tun, it isaiinestiiintotbeuiiiHls!.i.ui ; i.l- 1 !...;. of many if a junket of b.s kind is hvj1J MjJ e ela(., miut ............ t .' iiiiiiiiiiiii Mi.i HI, I. ..,,. ,.:..,. v.... II.. I-..H. I, , . m . , - - u.aiii, ui. n., iiia. tin. inn iiiiiii 101 a i resiiieui 01 me 1 mien Males. . ,1,. ... .,... ; .1.... . i.ii.. ,i . iiiv waiui in, iui.1, .UII.7 in. uewspaper unit the puMie made a due paper has rhaiacteried it as undiguilied, and we w ill let it go at that. The North Carolina Liquor Deal ers Association met nt ICaleigb lat week, and it is said that the at tendance was lictlfr than ever be fore. Tbe interest of the whiskey people in their gathering was lu-ought iilmiit by the I al her gloomy outlook forlbat business iu North Carol ui;u It is said that there uie not mor. tbau one hundred towns in North Carolina when' liquor cau lie legally sold, anil with the com ing summer elections that miuilicr is likely to Ik- diminished consul eralily. Tin aistlum of the. unti liiiinr legislation at that late ses sion of the General Assembly be ' comes mine apparent each day. KI.Ncwherc in this paper are minted the words of State Chairman liol liusofthe Iti'pnlilicaii party, who is now the otlicial ilisc user of pat ronage for North Carolina, that the Watts lull ill put .loo store kef icr and gangers out of jobs in North Carolina on tbe first of next mouth. This w ill mean 11 vast revolution in the old State. Well may the li quor dealers meet and talk their prospects over! There is no such thing as a cloudburst aays the ( 'hat lolte News, because 11 cloud is only a mist which is itself converted into wit ter, and docs not serve as a basin to bold water. This is of course cnrieit, and we may see at once that there is no such thing us u "cloudburst," the haul down pour of rain usually no called being merely 11 case of larger clouds nnd more rapid conilensal ion. Itiit the important phase of the Hoods is not how the rain falls or whence it comes, but bow it is carried oil". The Columbia State calls this ques tion ''the Issue of the hour." The Hoods arc licconiing more numerous and larger every year. Whjf lie cause, say the experts, the forests are being cleared away so rapidly, ami there is nothing to hold back the waters w heu they full and cause tbe old time slow and gradual ris ing of the streams. There being no undergrowth anil litter to retard the water mid give it a chance to be absorbed by the earth, it rushes pell tnell into the little streams, they in turn into larger ones, anil iu the the course of a few hours there is a flood. The prepiuulion to es tablish a great forest reservation in the mountains of North and South Carolina, (ieorgia, Tennessee and Alabama, has for one of its great objects the preservation of the for ests and thus the prevention of floods. Southern congressman ought not to sleep until this work hits been accomplished. There was a day when promi nent people could do or say foolish things and when the folks liegau to pet iu behind them, put it ulT on the uewspac rs, by some such con- reasouable and a holly j list ilied con st ruction of bis remarks, it hap e lied not to bo w hat he intended. Instead of saying "hoai," he would have acted much more sensibly in saying, "Well, I did use tbe words, but did not intend tlit-in to mean hut it was thought they meant,'' and we should and the public too, because it is not uu aggregation of fools have thought more of him. The Immense work done by the railroads ol the country is not ap preciated. Travellers sit iu the lux urious coaches and chafe at a mo incut's delay, counting little the lulmr, the exposure, the nerve and bliHiil eating tension ciiciiled in carrying 011 the work by hich they are serv ed so well and at so small a cost. Not the least part of this great wink is the keeping of the truck l it order. A Wiushoul here and a lost bridge yonder, and mountains of debris else here. and the inspection of lied and rail and tie over every foot of the mud, eat up the lalHir of thousands of men by day and by night and consume millions of dollars worth of mate rial. And most of this work has to Is- done like lightning. When the Hoods came in South Carolina last week the railroads were enor mous sullercis. (i it ;it bridges and miles of track had been swept away. The public reckoned for a delay nnd a disturbance of traffic for at least three weeks, lint the rail mads counted 110 cost. They repaired the damage and did it so as to inconvenience the public for but as many days us weeks had lieen expected. And they had time, too, to help the other sufferers by car rying supplies, and by hauling, free of charge, tbe helpless victims of disaster, to other points where they could get work. Somelxitly will get a good new buggy free. Will it be you! With the Boys of the Sixties- chaige of it Servia is a little Country of east ern Kurolie, alsmt i the size of schools Ih it we have lieen running for ten years iu Ci.iuii county has helieil wonderfully to arouse and parl.? of : : ' public (l)pinic-u. ; www v v v w v Too rlv t I ft' Site. North Caroliua, and with not quite j carry on a sentiment for education iu ami a nan uiiiiion population UU my iilil kitaiwaek. Mary, ami my ihiU'Thi of Hniy : lilt mv ltlrnil hrlml.Ur)r,for I'll MI II I'lla) ; Oil tuy i-Aiiurii aiul mjr IririctiiH, n-arh mv ilown aiv IrliHly Klin Fur I 'm Hum' nut jiarailtn' lth Ihp lit):, uf !. Nrvrr mlii'1 lhrtn MimmI Ktaum. Mar) , upvpr mtlKt tilat rwtreil liolo It li-ft lltf n by a Itullrt thai WW m'l'klliic (or my will, Jil.l l.rti.h i'ff thrill Pithwi-lM, Mary; nil liu tunny Hag "f I4ui. rir I'm aoln' nut paraiUn' wllh thr Imyi M. Thrm- ..I.I cl.illira ilim'l HI mr, Mary, liar Ihry llil wlirll I ve yiiilllic. tSin't yuii n-mriiiirr rum lu-ally Iu my maul) (urin lhiy rluuir $rer nilml that plmf lliat'a rmuty, Wl ll itaiiKli Iu. ami frw Kur t'Al Hutu' 11UI iaraillll' with thr t.iyM ut 'A Pull my .w.ir.l Wll llirhlrr, Mary; III that nlrai hrnralh my rhin ; I'vr Kruwn ulfl anil llirrallrt', Mary, Ilka aiy uniform, ami 1I1I11 , Bui I rrrkou I'll ua.a aiuwlir, a. I rittt III ilayii 11,' yurr. Fur I'm auln'nul irallll' wllh the Imyauf HI Now. I'm rra.ly. Mary, klw mr; kl.. yuuruM nwrrlhi'arl (riaMinyi, Hru"h alilr Ihrm waywarit trar-ilrui; liril.l illrtii't think yuu ilrry; t ain't K"ln forth In ltl!e rhrrr ui, Mary. Miftm anvi- I'm ju.l K"ln' uut imrailln' w Ith thr iMiy.uf 'i Thr Cunfeilrralr Vrlrran. Jlaa Dsnps baas' Mrs. Danpi ittrtiM4 Akoat sa aaiaptctt gitit. "Thtrt'f aothlag la tkt kean tmtr "Thtrt'i toasatklaf httttr lar thai B.at." The f"it tador4 Jla's ltw with ! Whta kilp4 U "Fares" 17 "Saaay Jlnv." Th. lly na.rnOwl ready for any emergency. Farm an an CattaS " Faraw." "Thanka fr 'Forr.' I aal tt tkras tlaMa a day. FolU call bm 'Sviany Jtaa.1 Took a" ma to ika roantry wlla ma as a aaaw 1 larwwra v tmnm FJ aaliaa toraa' Bow. Young flan 5 hocked to Death- Ralrttfh Nrw ana nlMrnrrr. Imh. One moment of forgetfiilnesa and death came with the lire of an dec trie shock. Walter K. Martin. nineteen years old, with a word of warning fresh from his lips fell back in silence dead. It was at the street car power house of the Haleigh Klcctric Com pany yesterday morning that by inadvertence young Maitiu com pleted with his InhIv the electric circuit that meant death to him. For two years he has been with the company as an apprentice en giiiccr, and in those two years it was supposed that he had learned of the terrific power hidden iu the coils of wire that carried the dec trie current. csleruay morning .Martin was at work with R I. Taylor, one of the new engineers ut the power plant, lhev had been cleaning u shade to go over an electric globe on the switchboard. Mr. Martin stcpiM'il up on a small box nnd at tached the shade and then stepped down. Just buck of the deadly switch that ended his life is the large II y wheel of mi engine iu the room. With his face to the switchboard he was on the right of the llv wheel. The switchboard connect ion was mith the Milburuie plant nnd Mr. Martin, pulling down the switch. with his left hand, said to Mr. Tay lor, who was on his right, "You ought not to monkey with this switch, or pull it out, as soiiielhiug might happen," and then pushed the switch up to its holder. Mr. Taylor had glanced up ut the giolics on the switchlsiaril, but iu an Instant his eye bsik in an unexpected position ou the part of Martin, who seemed drawn forward to the s itchboaid, Isilh hands on the switch with head thrown back, tense and strained, while his dis tended eves gazed upward, ami a convulsive shudder .shook his iirms and bodv. t once Mr. Taylor roused to in stant action by the posit ion of Mar tin, the thought of his words and the electric current, seized him by I Kith shoulders mid jerked him back with nil his force. The elec tricity sweeping through Martin's hands into his Isidy had him in a tight grip nnd it was with difficulty that .Mr. Taylor broke the death clasp. As Martin s clinched hiiiids left the fatal switch it fell to the lower holders, but did not enter them. As the metal clanged there was n Hash of light, the electric lire hiss ing unci sparkling. The copper pieces were marked by this and on the surface of the switchlioard there was burned a mark larger than a man's hand, varied in its coloring as the rainbow. Mr. Tay lor saw the Hash as the switch dropped. As he pulled Martin away both fell to the Hoor, close to the fly wheel, the body of Martin on Tay lor. As the latter rose nnd looked forau instant he saw that the young man was dead, and the horror and grief of the situation caused him to turn aside from the dead body, a moment before a moving, living entity. Beware ol Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury at mercury will surely clrstroy the stnse of amell and completely deraiir the wliule ayitem when eiiteiing it lliroiiKh Hie mucous iinfacm. Such articles thouhl never lie uf J rior-pl on preicriptioiia from reputable pliy liciant, at the damage they will do ia leu fold to the food yon can posaihly derive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, Manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer cury, and it taken internally, acini directly upon the blood and mucous surface! of the system. In buying Hall's Catanh Cure be sure you gel the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, hy F. J Cl.eney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by diuegiits, price 75c. bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the beat. A mixed train and a freight went together, head oil, near Danville Thursday, badly injuring six peo pie and piling seventeen curs to gether in a mass of wreck. Worst of All Experiences. Can anything be worse than to feel Unit every minute will lie your last! Such was the experience of Mrs. fl. II. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three years," she writes, "I endured insufferable pain from in digestion, ami stomach and bowel trouble- Death seemed inevitable when doctors and remedies failed. At length I was induced to try Klectric Hitters and the result was miraculous. I improved at once and now I am completely recov ered." For liver, kidney, stomach and bowel trouble Klcctric Hitters U-side the actual work of educ.it iou which thev have been doing. Hut the movement iu the State is now certain lo go 011. It was largelv created by Mr. Ay-cock, ut least he gave it its largest significance, and his successor should In- a man who ran step into his shoes and carry it on." Monroe has one citizen mho is cut it I11I to iiifiuhfrsliip iu the So ciety of the Cincinnati. This soci ety is one of the most exclusive ones iu America and thcreare very few members iu North Carolina. It is foiiiioscd of direct lineal de scendants of commissioned oflieers of the Continental Congress who served ill the Revolutionary war. and only such are entitled to mem hcrship iu it. A descendant of au olliccr comiuisioiied oulv bv 11 State is not entitled to memlM'rship. The Society was formed bv oflieers of the Line lifter the Iicvolulionary unr nnd the lirst president of the Society was (ieiural Nalhauael re cue, w ho il 1 ox e Corn wal I is fiMin North Carolina, and it was named in honor of tlcueral tieorge Wash ington, whom some one had styled the "Ciuciiinatiis of the West," Mi. J. C. Foard of the Carolina Marble mid (iianite Company is the Monroe man who could claim niciulicrsliip iu this exclusive or ganization ll he desiied. Ins great graiiill.it her, .John Foard, having been an American i.llicer; be was also 11 signer of the Mecklenburg Dcflaratiun. Flu- farmers are having their innings now," said a local philoso pher. "The big prices of cotton will put theiii out of debt nnd give them small bank accounts." "Yes," replied the croaker, tlii'V are having their inning, but they haven t scored yet." Hon. K. C. Williams is not only a good lawyer but a farmer no, a planter, a cotton planter as well. Ou a recent trip tit New Orleans, he saw, ls'siiles some other things in that section, a poultry farm. It gave him an idea which he has since worked up into mi ideal. So, he has decided, that alter making his pile of money and his share ol honor, he will ret ire and ben poul try fanner. He now waves his hand towurds his lielils mid speaks of his cotton crop and the probable price. Then, w ill he potter about and look for hen nests, mid study the remedies for cholera and watch

the limitations or "gg mid spring chickens and Chi'i.'. mas turkeys. A fat old gentleman, with long white locks, resting under the broad spreading oaks of his cozy little farm, warmly welcoming bis mends and telling them all ulmiit his set ting hens and the strayed turkeys and the loquacious guineas there you have a picture! My garden is nil I have now," said mi old gentleman yesterday. One of Alexander Dumas char ilctcrs struggled and saved all his life that he might ut lastowu a few leet of ground in w hich to dig and plant for a few brief years at the ml. How many there are who find in a few feet of garden soil the greatest happiness. "Kach year," (lli.NTIM t:t) UN PACK TWO.) were siid into the Court of t lull eery in the year tMil for the heir or heirs of the ers.us mentioned. This amount, with the intern). will go to William Kichards, who1 is the only heir of James and Anna liichsrds. The principal iu Amen cau com would be about The i uteres! has been accumulating for .('.I ye-.tis anil with (be original amount will make a total of several thousand dollars. Mr. Kichards also becomes the poKicHsor of real estate in South Wales woi tb live or six thousand dollars. Mr. Kichards put the matter iu to the hands of Mr. Met 'all several months ago and throned corre sKiudcnce the attorney has secured the small fortuui Kichards is a miner, living at Stauley Creek, (iastou county. He is nearly mi years old and has a family. He came to America and settled in this State when he was a youth. He is iu moderate rirciim stances and tbe fortune will be welcome. Mr. McCittl will go to Kngland this summer and will settle the estates, selling the real estate. It is thought that the real estate, which consists of several houses and lots mid some farming lauds, will foot up something like fl-.-mhi, which will make a total of at least tl.'i.ooo ami (s'lhaps r.'O.lMiii. Mr. McCull is acquiring quite a reputation as a claim lawyer who oieralcs in forvigu lands. List winter lie went to Kngland and Ireland iu the interest of the Wil liam Mills mid Medliti families of Mecklenburg and I'uioli counties, investigating the records of the Thomas Cordon and McClcod es tates in Ireland. There have Ihs'H 110 direct results from this trip, but the investigation may yet bring n fortune to iiirniliers of these two families. WILL UIVE A BlIOOY FREE. HORSE HEN! For aidine the digestion, creatine appetite and for giving life, vigor and strength to horses and mules, tho bast remedy of all tu Ashcraft's Condition Powders! Stockmen who aT have used, with indifferent results, con dition powders recom mended equally good for horses, cattle, poul try, swine, etc., will find in Ashcraft's a remedy beneficial to horses ami mules only. It is not a cure-all, but invalua ble for the purposes recommended. Ashcraft's Condition Powders are prepared from tho formuhe cf practical veterinarian of over 30 years experience, and when once used, horsemen will have no other. "Thl" l In errtlfy that harr tra arlllne Ah'-rart Ri-wnllra l-r a attmiwr in yrarr. anil that Ihry hare tim aalvrroal aallifae. tlun. Thr burrl itrura ar liMiirporatril ta thrlr manafarture. and ears rrmrily la ranr- elallr pmuirra fur tlir nlra-r fur whlrh 11 l inirniim mrnre. mmnj ui uiir rii-wim-m Ina- aant Aahrrafl'a Krmraira for yrara will harr no other. SN0LISH bkl'U CO., Hoaru. M. C." Ashcraft's Powders fatten but never bloat, the hair becoming sleek and glossy. Always high is the only medicine. OnlylKV. trade. JTice Z5 cents, bold Dy It'igaarauteed by English Drug Co. EngUsh DlUg Company ff The Journal, for the Purpose of Advertising, Will (live Away Free a Big Prize to One of Its Subscribers. In a sealed envelope in the vault of the Hank of I'uion is a card upon which there is a unrulier. somewhere lietwcen t and "JOO. W hat number it is no living per son knows, not even the publishers of the paH'r. Whoever holds the duplicate of that uiiinlier in our buggy pi ie contest will Is? award ed a good new buggy. I he terms of the contest were stated last week. Kvety one who pays (I on subscription gets a numbered ticket. There lire only .'uu of these tickets, and as soon as all of them are given away the prize nuinlier will lie oticned and announced. This contest is purely for the purpose of advertising during a dull season. It is not merely for those who pay in advance, but there is one ticket for every one w ho pays a dollar, w hether in ad vancc or ou Kick dues, as long as they last. Send a dollar bill by mail, get the paper one year and a ticket by return mail. Driven to Desperation. Living at au out of the way place, remote from civilization, a family is often driven to desicratiou in case of accident, resulting iu burns, cuts, wounds, ulcers, etc I-Jty in a supply of ltucklen's Arnica Salve. It s the ls'st on earth. L'.ic, at Lug lisli Drug Co.'k. You probably do not buy much fresh meat during the warm weather, and then you want the best that can be had. That's our kind. Phone us H. Z. White. ,1. M. Watson, a clerk iu the of fice of the auditor for the District of Columbia, is charged w ith em he 77.lmg f tiO.tMMI. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr. kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their mutchlesH merit for Hick and nervous headaches. They make pure blood and build up yom health. Only 'JV., money back if not cured. Hold by Knglish DrugCo. W. II. Ilobbil, 07 years of age, of McDowell county, shot himself mtheOrton house at Wilmington Tuesday. He waseinployctl in the government building there and no cause is assigned for the deed. Startling Evidence. Fresh test iniony in great quant ily is constantly coming iu, declaripg Dr. King a New Discovery for con sumption, coughs uud colds to be unequalfd. A recent expression from T.J. Mcrarlund, lie iitonvillc, Vs., serves as au example. He writes: "I hod bronchitis for three years ami doctored all the time without being benefited. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Dis covery, and a few bottles cured me," Kqually effective in curing all lung and throat troubles, con sumption, pneumonia and grip. Guaranteed by Faiglish Drag Co. Trial bottles free, regular sizou 50c and 11. Mr. Henderson to eivc some inl'or million uIniiiI the sat iugaiid earing for w heat after it is made, and i s I (ecially altoiit pieveuting the dep ! nsl.it ions of the weevil. He gave not only a remedy for the weevil. but also an iiuMirtaut point on turfsliliig. lie said: "It is a well known fact that several thousand bushels of fairl) good wheat, if it had Imvii piiiHr ly taken rare of, wits lost or ruined, for bread - making purposes, iu I'uion county year before last. A large portiou wits ruined bv being threshed and stored a war when it wits wet, or damp, in old duty bar rels, boxes or bins, and allowed to remain there to must ami i"t; while another tn.it inn that was iu very fair condition at the time it was threshed was stored III large quantities iu damp, unsuitable places and was ruined by "black weevil." Now, don't have vmir grain threshed when it is damp or wet. Don't store it iu the smokehouse in old dirty barrels or boxes, but spread it out on your granary or liaru lloor, not more than in or I.' inches deep thinner if vou bat e plenty of room -and stir it every few days with a Ins' or rake until it is thoroughly dry. It w ill then Is' iu line condition to store iu irge quantities. Kei p iu cool. liy plan's iu clean bins that may Is- Hosed if iiecessarv. lf black weevils make their ap pearance in a bin ol wheat, ibiu t wait until they ruin the whole Int. Procure from your druggist a few pounds of carlNiii bisulphide, place small quantity in several old plates or other earthen vessels and t t belli III the bin on top id the wheat; then cover the entire bin over close so that the vapor or gas anuot escape. The vapor pro duced liciug heavier than the air. will penetrate to the lsittoni of the uu and kill every living thing in the bin. Alter treating in this way, the wheat can ls examined. and if found lo vet Is- infected, which case is hardly likely, the process should lie repeated. j dost people also have a wrong idea alsuil the time at which their wheat should Is threshed. There is mi old idea that threshing should lie put nil' us long as possible. This is exactly wrong. It should Is- done its quickly as possible. I Ins is true, lieumse the weevil will then have less time to get into the w heat. getting in lielore the wheat is threshed. The history of the wee vil, when know u, will make it quite lear that early threshing is advis able. l'he ninth appears during May mil June and passes to the fields. where the female deposits its eggs on the standing wheal either singly or in clusters of '.Ml to .'HI. These ggs are red in color and hutch in from four to seven days, when the minute caterpillars burrow into the wheat kernel and feed within it. I' poll reaching maturity the cater pillars have left little of the grain kernel except the outside shells. bout this time it spins a silken cocoon, translorins to a clirysatis nnd a moth emerges from a small hole in the shell a few days litter, the entire period from egg to adult embracing in summer about four or five weeks. The female then tie posits her eggs for another brood, and in this manner several genera tions are produced in a .vear, the number tic iieiiilitig on tbe condi tion of te in pe ratine as before mentioned. "It is almost impossible to pre vent infestation, as the moth lays its eggs on the standing grain in the lields. The infestation, how ever, can lie greatly reiiucctt uyj harvesting ami thrashing us soon; as possible alter the grain has reached maturity and by this mctli- j I the introduction of the moth into the granary can lie practically! prevented. The storing of the grain j in slacks in the fields or mow per- j mils the breeding to go ou unino-j IfNtcd, therefore early thrashing is advised. However, when the moth is known to exist in the granary the treat incut 1 have mention will kill it" If you near ; -i . i;u pllllliellt hi . .. H I, .to i- .'I po,-k.-l l-.k. 'T!h- !..n. n' any i t then p t ci ,s i t j i The Truth About Tax-, v - .' I;.. -...-I All men milit to ! , !i pay their mio l.ii-. 'i.t Iik h IlloneV l-t!. - in i-sli i llia i paid for j;ihm! j.nn uim : t. all miu who pav ;luir tav inteii-sied m linking el ! else pay bis sh.iie. A n amount of laxc must lie rai-i it should be p ud l. at! iu pi No Hair? " Mv i ,:t as fjltinf out very fjt i- J 1 ait E'-li'v alarmed. I l!ni li .1 A'ir Hair Vigor and on lu.r nufpcJ failing at once." Airs. G. A. M. Vat , Alexandria, O. Is i:,. : tv A let - are Uidy I I. mi 1 and .in.)' Tho trouble is your hair docs nut have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. 1'u. J it with Aycr's Ha:r Vor. lf the gray hairs are beginning to show, Ay.r's Hair Vigor will restore color every llIHC. I' Sfa tail.. lion to tin fit v. Same Trainin true I uiif'ol then plop Will Not Do tor A'! If -t .V...-t r.mu..t au!ly yoa). ai-tnl . ..t r a :..ir ai.it Kill fiiiraaa v .1 a .! I hiii. and gi,UM baaoa ut )"ur li.-.i-: -t.ti-. ..fit,-. Adilraaa, .1 ' All lt.o..lanrll, ataaa. aaaaaaaaiaaaaaiaaBaBBawaawaBBaaBaawwa The doet' r u I." !-: '. r.i-s treat ail l,,s ,i',. i s e.i u a'.l those who hale the same liisease precisely iu lhc vime va would lie coiisnlen d a d: i.n'- to 1 .- j i .i lessioii and chiso t.i a !un il . As a matter f I n l. I. m , - ,i. n vidua! case ami studies it, i n n in time of f pit lei; 1 1,' l hi II ;!il l!:e -o I; have the saine inala.li anil --ni'ial syiuptoms. He knows that li:e l ' mighty has pt-;i at li H,U nl ' tl.ll nil itullt nil: a'lli and sej. ti.tte j coiistilutlou and M-t of iilii.su:er.i cries which iniist ! reuarded and jstuilied and tieatnl by and for ! theiiiM'lves. el Me handover a j lot of children to be put t li i . njii the same inaelinii r a:nl ba. illi., in the same way, timid and tiubii lent, bright am! dull, slow and sine, quick and iiuceilaiii. unpoti deriuid mii'l. liger. Iitripin, ncn key, niastifl. all kinds ol nu-oi, urn ?! t Mother's Ear a womo m rrn-i cm wntm Kumama a tarivr, awo ' ihm atoaiMa that coata oa'Ofta mar riMa. SCOTT'S EMULSlOH aeitfra rum aaraa smraori awo ovfMcar ao atacaaa rot tmb aa.rM morn MOIHtRtma ChlLO. Si-..JI..rlneMm;.l... SCfiri X I'.oW .M., Oi,n,..i., atMi) I'wrl sum. s York, f.. ami ft oo i all druu;i.. o. is and lieleioeuiouselemelits and iliiu'iHes, phjsicial, lilflit.tl anil iuoi il. thrown higgledy piggledy a'l in I lie silue hopiMT together ami epicl each to foiiif out well mold id and l.t-hioued. I.M'tKs: We sell Dreer's Bone l'l. ur, ic. Ih, Drier's Plant Food, c. pkg. ; Drccr's Fir Tree Oil, icr. da All prepared especially for (lowers. r.V.LlSH PKIT. CO. S. K. It istct has just received i I t uf nice H uns. Valuablo Town Proporty for Sale. 1 he n. jst ilcsirable and valua li!o property in the town of Mon- TCr. The J. CI. Covington homestead .ui J a.lj.iucut lots are now offered f..r sale. Si' tlul bills for this entire prop ctty or any part thereof will be iiiL'i'.ctl on vi Lclcre the 25th day l 11 is month. No bid will I c cxp scd except to client and ;.. t 1 ) her to any one. N vv is the grand opportunity of a life time to secure a home lin king the most beautiful streets in the city. Term-; to si.it purchaser. Send in y our bids at once. Ki.pwisE & Stack, June y, 1 '..;. Attorneys. oc-yxooooooocooccx; -yxic-y: ooooococxx The Corn mpire Fertilizer Drill. $ --V. sa" . e 1 It is the lust investment a (.inner can make. It will plant your com, fertilize it, ami cover it at tbe same time. Take out your pencil, figure the saving of fertilizer, add the expense of planting the old way, and you will have your Drill almost paid for at the end of the season. JL11U J 3 mpire Iking your chickens and eggs to S. H. Hudson. Why Not Wear Smiles? One way to wear smiles is to trade with V. A. Stewart. You smile because you get what you want, when you want it, at prices to suit the housewife that wants lo gave pin money. Satisfaction guaranteed. I'hone 201. Free delivery. I carry nearly everything in heavy and fancy groceries. Yours (or business, W. A. STEWART. is decidedly the best on the market. No chain attachment; no links to slip or break, and r.uisi: you trouble or inconveni ence, but a roSlTIYL TOKCU VEKl. Ask those who l.ave ufc.i it il it is not the best Tlantersold. Take one home and try it; if you don't like it, we'll refund your money. Yon need it now. The Heath-Lee Hardware Co. uo'Xioocwocooooocxxxxxxxxxyj) TI16F Typewriter.! The beat Typewriter 00 the market. You can Dav mora T - - a. in wora ii aiwaye in a view of tbe operator; t one full ; 1 I n l. An.i, .,,.1 1... . (. .... I 11,. I.. I lnr ... a n proving its durability. The alignment is always perfect, and the price T is $75.00 to all. For sale by the Monroe Hardware Co., or anr ol I tbe offices of CUTTER-TOWER CO., Boatoo, Maw. isniilhurn Aranrh atA Irnifnr Huildtne. WaahinatoB. D. C . T ,1

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