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, Published Every Thursday ;. r:v:: , A Trip t WiiUnga. , .. ditorDemocrnt: J- , ? On the morhinfeplJoly 4th ' 1 be wri t?r, wife b nd two da ugb tern, Texie andRuth, started from Risden up MuHerry to Vathiiga comity, the :Lnnd .if th Sky."- I.-. As we neared the top of the - mountain we met the pure nir sweeping across the Blue h Kidge to cool bur heated bod ies. As we passed through Blowing Rock we learned' of .the death of'Dr. Ruroplns wife. ' ' We reached Saull's Mills at :3, p. rot, ami took a rest of Voie hour. As we passed down Watauga River by way of Ynl leCrueis, the corn oats and meadows looked fine. We spent the niglit with Mrs. Martha Most on Cove Creek, the old home plase. She is t he mother of eleven children 4 boys and seven sir's, tn of whom are still living. She has f6 grand children living. and six dead. She has 7 great- grand children and 2 dend. We took dinner with John McBri'le, who was rutting wheat, mowing grass, and watching his swarmiug bees. Next we landed at N. L Mast's just in time to escape , n great rain and hall storm, where we spent the night. 'Newt has about 39 head of -cattle, mnles andhog, and a number of sheep on bis fine pasture lands. Next to John Mast's and -spent the night, He has a bout 400 acres of good land, a beautiful home, a good mill, fruit, grapes and a no ble wife. Wbut elseronld he wish to make aim happy? Aunt flallie. aidow of Jacob Mast, deceased, who resides with them, is a kind lady but ris helpless. Wednesday at SilVdrstone we naw Walter Shull. who is soling goods at that pla?e. Next to Lee Green's Jand en joyed another noon-day re pntr. Dee has a position with N: L. Mast. Nxt to Hoi den Davis' and spent the night. Now Mrs. Ellen Da vis and Mrs. AddieUlennjoin ed our visiting party and we went to Jacob Lewis' for din ner. Then we spent the niaht at D. F. Horton's. He was away on a sheep-buying expendition. Friday morning we bade good by and started for . home by war of Boone, and saw many friends there. We called at Dr. Cottreli's office, who was once a physician in our "ounty , but now has a good practice in Boone. " Now for Blowing Rock over the nice turpike road-and took dinner with Will. Mast, who-hi aflnestore and a good trade. Now we wend our ay through m;sty rain and land at borne sate and sound. A. M. Mast. Risden.N.C. She DIdit Wear Mask. Bnt her beauty was completely , bidden by sores blotches and pim pies till she used Hncklen a Arm a Salve. Then tbey vanished as ' will all eruptions, fever sores, nl - ceiB, boils, carluncl and lelons i - T e 1 . . jroiirusuHe. iniaiiDio lor puis, orixs. burns, scalds, and piles Cure guaranteed. 25c. at Black burn's. - UN well enough tolbeginat the bottom of the ladder one?, but some men make a rii'nt inuo.us performance ';" C ' " i,v" C'lLiar' .1'', 'nre 'rv)i'.Winn- twrrt New York Pm. :: Bread cast a pun the waters comes . nacK no you very stale. !; If It is a in lor. a wtiman to glory n ber beauty it is a beautiful sin:':;;--vV:::v;v-' vThe man in 'the moon is blushing red because he sees so manj things. ' ; The reason a hammcM'k is so fascinating for two is that it is built for one. :': Humor, is ,like whisky in makinir a person who nses too much' of it very wabbly. ; Talk to a man about his buhinesa and jrou may get him tn invest in rours. The very freelom of action that a man gives up uy gpt tlnsr married a woman gains. A woman always ieei sur- A I - a ry lor any woman younger than she is who seems to be getting old. A cirl kisses a man so as to make up with him and he makes up with her so as to I? luu It an . , - i lliri cl iiuu u.in urTii luur I riea too long ne aoesn z wor- rp so much that life is too ,hnrf , . .! A widow can know more and let on like she knows less than anj other Creature on (lod's footstool. One way for an engnged man to save money is to getj married, so as to be able to qnit giving her presi nts.! The difference betweeircalo mel and whiskey for a head nnhfi im thnr vonr wile ureiers . m s 1 tkif unnfnto tha firar tnrtl VOU iBKe in. Drat. ; 0 borne women are so queer HhOUI tlieir niOUeSI.V I II U I they pnll down the blinds ai ter the Jights are out. : - . . .1' It takes a red headed Rirl I to make n man thn rt isn a woman s looks that, count so roach, but a wouian's ways. - A' Chronic Constipation Cured. The most important discovery of recent years is the positive remedy for constipation. Cascarets Candy Cathartic- Cure guaranteed. Genu ine tablets stamped C. Ci C. ' Never sold m bulk. Druggists, ioc Some parents are eo heed less about the future of their children as to have red hair in the family. CASTORIA For Infant! and Children. Tha Kind Yob Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of t rank IIU. 1 imet?. 1 ne wneai a. m rsti i A 1 roD in this Srtion was. not BU UUUil B uni;-oci.u iv . a u o.n ir niUrotn the present outlook he com, tobacco and Cotton crops are very promising, - Thia Ignatsr la on every bos of the genotao Laxative Bromo-Uuinine Tabiu tha rofiMd that cavea a eoM la on J The good may die young, but It is clear that the bad live torever if tombstone ep iaphs tell the truth. Haw Am Tear al (na A44. SirUiiaBiialr Oft,CaHaa or K. T. Dr. Hobba' SfMram Pniaanraall kln Ula. iaa Love roust be hopelessly blind when it considers a wo man who looks like 30 cents is worth her weight in gold. , PileIne fares Piles. Money reluudedlf it evtr fails. When a . man abks a wo mun to marry him, hcwonld not be, afruid to net evtrj' t hint? h J:nB got. n?t.:' iH'Kjm "PvtMonexi-' 5 C k W&Parse. . Notafy suffering from hrm-fgUck of energy Ithti tired feeling" ever pais money in his, pars. '1 Ussitude nd Messness dome: from impure, sluggish blood thai simply oosts through the veins. Hood's SrspriHM makes th blood part And gives U life, vigor nd vinu VEvery old bachelor won ders how a woman can stick a hat pin clear through her head, without injuriog'h e r brain.": :-'-::'y' -'':V'T'--:::- Genuine iUmpc4 ccc. New sold in bulk. ' wwrv vi uiv uvdii wnv un v wi "tomethlng just u good." Troy Examinet : Crop pros pects ore brighter than lor many years, ana tne wriners ore 'making a heroic efforr to regain former losses. . a t uur JUiiiuuMirc . Til . L. 1 T I .nfol t citni von in I lOnnnn hP canfB he coujd not d,ue8t h,-H food. E.wly use of Dr King's Ntw Jiife rills wlioulu have saved Willi, iiit-t ni I ClliiLllTII IHO OiUlU -1 . fl5d j-ibmuoS. nromote as- kimilntion, improve appetite. 25ten onts. Monev back if not satisfi ed. Sold by alackbnrn. OASTpniA. Bigwtnt NOTICE, . As administrator of J. P. 1 . 1 I H.:il U .- I injrior, new., a win u oa " r- bomk Mm da.V, AtlffOSt the 5fPd, l;02,lUon. IlounaCASOARBTStoballyocloSm . . . ,n . - forthem. and aocurod auoh rellaf tb Brat tria. OPIWCPU lilt IMIUTB III O IlliU U m t n n Tfl vlnr, flt V,. Unm.. a n Vnti.n,rul,i. ' proreed to sell to the highest bidtlr at puldic auction sev- w --- ri-- ' -t (1) neau or rauie oescrii). . . 1 .mmhCaI I i noil I lit A ltuin4ln one two.year.oK, Her. for(1 buu one tw0 year old steer and four yearlings. The terms will be made known od day of sale. This June 28th, 1902. E. F. Lovill. Ad in. NOTICE. North Carolina, Watauga county iti the Superior Court. Jesse Storie ct al vs. George Storie and R, A'. Nelson. . . 1 l'crsuant to a decree of the Supe rior court ol Watauga county made on the 1 6th day of June 1902, in tnc above entitled action, I, the undersigned commissioner will, on the 4th day of August, 1902, it be ing Monday of, the Superior Court of said county, will offer for sale to lhe-hehest bidder. at the court house door in Boone, between the hours of 10, a. m., and 4, p. m., the land de scribed in the petition in this cause, subject to the life estate of the defen dant K. A. iNeison, upon tne loiiow ing terms, to wit: One third cash on day of sale; one third in six months and one third in twelve iMi.n V ' Ct!1 a till ie etfr it af tt 1 n BIue Ridge township, Watauga Co., and State of North Carolina, and and known as the Ji,iiZBnetn iNeison 1 . . . . . .. . , ... 1 1 i " . . 1 tArntArlu VrnriA lorlrla ann nn uhirh ,h fl.fn1. nt R. A. Nekon now lives containing 1 o acres more or 1 - - less. Thisjuce 35, 190a L. D. Lowe, Commissioner. NOTICE. , North Carolina, Watauga county W. II. Bower vs. Jacob Potter, et al. Persuant to an order of the Supe rior Court of Watauga . county at June tcrir, 1902, issuedjn the above entitled action, 1 will sell for rash at public outcry at the conrt house door in Boone on thehday of Au gust, 1902,11 being Monday of court between 10, a. m., and 4, p. m thf following described real estate to. wit: Two tracts of land lying on the waters of New River, Watauga Co N. C. First tract adjoining the lands of Enoch Potter, Sr., and Abram rotter, e;..al, containing a acres more or less Second tract adjoining the lands of J.J. L. Church, Enoch Potter, Sr., T. H. Sutherland and Thos. Davenport, being tne land that Enoch Potter, jr., bought of T H. Sutherland, all of both tracts do ing in North Fork township.-' Said sale will be made to satisfy judg mcnt obtained in the above entitle action and recorded in Minute Dock et, Hook ''D," pagres. 103 and -104. of the. Cork's ollirc. This June 25, .!)';. ...'.': :. ' . , : '; . ' t T J. i HV,Cor!n:.Hs1-ncr."';- 1 The; IfAr&tt Post Endorse CUrk. ; i The Mornuiir, Post; ; that was iti the ft1 ickent of t h ? Qtfht agalns Judge W alter Clark for. the Chief .1 ustice hip, rarae out with the; fol lowing editorial t he morning after; the, State Convention adjourned: V s-, ! '; i'ThejState Democratic Con ventipn at 0 reenshoi o yester day nominated for the office of Chief Justice, Judge Wal ter C ark. This result has been indicated of late. ; ; ".The Post's views of this nomination are known. What we have said on this subject was in the utmost good faith audinconscientousdischarge of duly to our party and State. The party, however, through itb accredited Coun ty delegate's, has seen fit to name the" J ndge for this ex alted position. It becomes the duty, and the only- duty of th Post, as a DerLoeratie pnper to ' accept, to accept the dicum of the party as ex pressed by the convention and suppott the ticket. - ' DON'T TOBACCO SPIT nd SMOKE YourUfeawayl Ton can be cured earilT. be mado of any form of tobacco naini welt, atroag, tnagmetic, full ol or by taking MQ.TO-BAO, new life and vigor tbat makea . weak men strone. Many gaia poumii m ten day. over boo,ooo vAUdreRtrista.' Cure anarauteed. Book Irt and advice FREH. Addreaa KEMKOV CO- Chicaito or New. York. , 431 d advice FREH. Addresa 8TKIULINI Tastes differ; otherwise self love would be a drug on the market. ' M.m m a . a - -i .W" ? K J haIpurohModnothetiunpi,oa waaoom. ii!W&wrgrm .Upreenta." i.K hhitb. MiOSaaqaebsus At., FUtUdelpkl. Pa , Boot. Harar Bhtkea. Waakao. or Grlpa. Ho. Ho. No. ... OURC CONSTIPATION. ... i. CMmi amtm. Urn It. Mi 1 1 1 1 J I The Martin Cottage 1 -BLOWING KOCK, N. C.- - MRS. W. P. PENDLEY, PBOPR. Thi botel building has recent- ' . . 1 a v Dfen renttea ana rHurnisnea in all departments, and is rruwo- pen 'lor tue ncconimoantion ol the public. Good, comfortable rooiiiH, and as good fare as"tLe mai kot alrords. "The comfort of transient boardpfa always looked after. ; KTOATES REASONABLE. Boot & Shoe Shop. x" -BLOWING KOCK, N. C- 0. U. DUNCAN, PaoPiEToit. Best grade of laced boots, shoes, and leggins always on hand. Prompt and careful attention given to repairs at all times. w noiniii oui ucst niuirnui nsed, and satisfaction guar an teed. Oive me a call. 1 Very Truly, G. H. DUNCAN. 4 10, 01 ' GOOD HEALTH by the Quart botUtyoa tek of Jonnrtoal BrMpwtH nun better fcMlth wj botua eonttim roi qun.nmtkes bettor blood-fant' blood.- ltetbiitrrtrataJitunoa ftinlaf (oodbeeltk. '., Johnston's Sarsaparilla bnllaa vf the syetern, tones thl nerroe, end atrenf Utene the mneolei more promptly ud eflootuollj thas Lazy yuor TYSll CANDV f njr other nmedj known. The puUor of the ebeek dleeppoers, energ? tekea the plooe ot fauiftwr, end the rich color of health flowe u the eheeke. Voeqailled tor eU dlsordere ot the etomaeh ar.rt IItct, rA tot weftkonlng eom. p'elp.U of FT'.O, Hims.-i r.Bd oblMren. . wij W Mmti.neri.ii4Mrt '. aucMia.w onua co., . '. ; ootr.it. nick ThA irinii Tim Ttuvd Ahmt Bottilit. and which bas beea in jue fbr over. 80 years, has All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jost-as-gooa" are dot ; r ': Experiments tbat trlfle with and endanger the bealtb ; jniants ana viuiuxeii i.ycri"' iiipviri"", . -v., y What Is CASTORIA J . Oastoria is a harmless snostitute for uasior uu, gone, Drop and Soothing Sjmps. It J Pleasant, jl j contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narootw substance. IU age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and -War . Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation , -and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the . I Stomach and. Bowels, giving healthy and natural aleej. i - The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. . CSNUiriB CASTORIA AWVAYO Bears the lie Kind You Hate Always Bought In Use For Oyer 30 Years. rnx enmwa ommnv, tt ihikuv rarrr, naw voaai Don't waste jour time tell inf? a Small boy ' how very srood you were at bis age. MORI LIVES ARB SAVED ' .BT O0INO-. Dr. King's Hew Discovery, Consumption, Coughs and Colds Shut By All Other Throat And Long Remedies Combined., ' This wonderful medicine potltlyelv cure Consumption,- Coughs,' Cows, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay Fever.PleuHsy, LaQrlppe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. NO CURE. flO PAY Mm 50o. A (1. Trial Sottli Ptm. No watter how many tiroes a fiirl rehearses what she is 1 W A. !ti.. nulrci hon mnri'U nlin ucni i urn uci u 1111411,1 .I...., she never says it, because her lips are too busy doing some thing else. - . i ninests what VOU cat. tTh!9 preparation contains an 01 tne dlgestants and digests all kinds of lOOu, 11 gives tuaiuub rcjieiauu uoror . falls to cure. : It allows you to eat all : the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By its use many , t thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. . It ' prevents formation of gas on thestom ' ach, relieving all distress after eating. Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. . It can't help but do vou nood PppipareaonlTbyE.O.DWiTTOa,Chlcag Tho 11. bottle contains IU timet the 60c sJm. 1 Fine Nursery Fruit. I hnve on hand a fine lot of fruit trees, such as apples, peach es, pears, prunes, etc. etc. I also have a fine assormeut ot grape vines that are best suited to our climate. : If you con template buy ing any trees or vifes, 1 can sell them to you at about one bal the price you would Lave to pay at other nurseries and then you have the satisfaction of knowing what you get. , All trees delivered at my nur series. ' -l ' ; , 1 . Trees from three to six feet tall. For further particulars call 00 J or address, W I. f!oWpv MftPPtr N 0 " yOr FhYt MOreiZ, . ,y. CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS. Send year baeloMi direct to WeahtnirtoB, earee time, corte leee. better eervlee. If f e eam t. TT. t. riWit 04m. rtH nrM vrf toautllm mM. kur fc. ot m attl kwvil rR10HALATTirTIOOIJ(-l tKAR ACi'DAlIirSlUSNOI. ok "Hav U cbUU ntnt.," rti., mt Iw. rtnt mnM tkm(li L a fttcean nnlfi iy.cl.1 ., tthoat .teifa. la tk. INVENTIVE ACE inif er v. a, ftnw i;o. o r sr., n. w. DvsoeDsia Cure l r"4' k Mv w y "vi bom the algnatiire .f v "c.:y;' and nai been made naaer nu : ;;;.;. tonal taperrlsloii since ltilnfUney : i: ; Allovrno onetOdecelTroaiatt!x. i .1-; Signature of A big woman can go thro V a small man's norkets with. , out any slight oH hand .busf Vv ness. WoMnn Follow A4vlee;After Par ' . Ing for it. In a recent article a promi " nent physician sa.Fs:;4,lt is '. npxt to impossible for the physician to get bis patients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or ; diet to . the smallpst extent; he. has. but one resort left," namely;-1 the drug treatment.1' When medicines aje used for l.chron ic sonstipatiou, the most . mild and gentle otMainnble, r such as Chamberlain's Stom-. nch & Liver TabWa should be employed. Their use isn't -followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural ahd healthy condi tionFor sale by M. B. Black buru. Ihe Morning Post HALEIGHiN.C The only populaf-priced rnorn ngnewspaper in North Carolina. The finest telegraphic and gen era! news service. Special correspondet ts in all h"iw' . " & vv"" plete synopsis ot State news. SCBbCRIPTION PRICE: One month... M...f ,40, Tvo months..; .75 Three months..... 1.00, 0n year..:.......... 4.00. BTRJCTLY IN ADVANCE. No paper continued beyond the. time paid for. 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