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Futeted &t the Post office , Ballou and Bowie from Jefferson;
r m .1. njtsRcouu' dunes: vvnicpripin Ann Hmniinn
IT timm&tl matter.
The following visiting attor
neys are in town this n-PAk? R 7
Linney, of Taylorsville; Councill,
N.G., aa8econd- Jones; Wakefield and Harshaw
Prof. B B. Douirhertv return
- u y
ed Sunday from the meeting of
county superintendents held in
Montreat last week. He reports
a most pleasant trip and a very
interesting meeting of the great
Miss Margaret Sherrill has
opened school in the new build
ing at Valle Crucis. The good peo
pie oi that community are to be
L.. mnntntt..... .Ail.
, w. . v
preaching on first Sunday in . congratulated upon procuring
each month at 11, a. m., and at the
services of this estimable la
a . 1 .f 1A a m.
J. P. Hahdw, Supt
J. H. BbSndall, Pastor.
Third Sunday, 11, a. .
4 Bev.W.JL Savage.
Preaching at 11, a. m., and at
night on second and fourth Sun
days in month. Sunday
D. D. Douobsetv, Supt.
J. F. Davis, pastor.
Wanted at Cottrell's. Nice,
fresh butter at 15 cents per lb.
Quite a large crowd attend
ed court on Monday.
Mr. John Stanbury has be
gun work on his new residence
near the i A. T. S. .
-Miss Harriett Greer, of Cald
well, is the guest of the Misses
The Confederate Reunion in
Boone on Wednesday and Thurs
day, Sept 25th and 26th.
Mr. David Bingham, who has
been critically ill of feve.r, s improving.
Anson Critcher and family, of
Mnrtimor. will move bacfc to
their old home at Blowing Rock
Watauga Coontv Bank state
mwit this week. The badness ol
that institution is increasing very
.-Re. W.R Savage will preach
in the Episcopal church in'Boone
at 11. a. m , next Sunday and at
the Deerfield school house at 3,
-Mr. Parker, a New York gen
tleman, who is DreDarineto open
tip a music store in Lenoir in the
near future, is in town this week,
in the interest of his busiuess.
-T. F. Coffev and family, who
have spent some weeks in the vil
lage, left for their home ra man
ning, S. C., on Thursday of last
The fourth and last quarter
ly meetincr for Boone circuit will
be held at the Methodist church
in Boone on Saturday and Sun
,day Sept 28thand 29th. ,
-Rev. J. H. Brendall asks us
to say that he will not be able to
.fill any of his appointments on
next Sunday as be will De out u
the state at that time.
One of the finest seasons Blow
ing Rock has had in many years,
.is now rapidly coming to a close
Manv f t.h cottAMrs and a
goodly number of boarders, how
jever, are still there.
Hariey,' soij of Rev. and Mrs.
.J. H. Brendall. who completed
ibis course at the D. ft IV ocnoo
.atMorgantonthis summer, left
yesterday for Washinton, D. u,
-where he will enter college. He
was accomrjanied b.V his father
.as far as Jamestown where he
will spend a short while at the
. TViro Vtrmrliwl ASTPflnf fine land
in Bainf's Creek,lthis county: One
1ia.II riAnnttl. remainder well tim
bered. Fifty acres good bottom
A - l -i TWtAwtH
une mineral pruopwio
- dwplHtMT hnuttM. four and eknt
rooms. Good water and fine or
.chards. This is an ideal farm and
.trill ho mill rPAannablv. Don't fail
4o investigate if you are thinking
451 Duying. Aaaress
Daj In tnd day oat then la that feeling
of weakneaa that tnaket a burden ot Use 11.
Food doei not atrengthen..
Sleep doea not refresh.
It la hard to do, bard to bear, vhat
IhOQld be Ulr IUlltv 1 nn th hh uuf
.the whole lyttem laflera.
ror this condition take
It Tltaliiea the blood and fy vigor and
tone to all the organs and tunctlona.
In usual liquid torn or In chocolated
tableta known aa taraatabs. 100 doaea II.
Jurft as we close our forms
news comes from the cout houne
that Cline who was on trial for
asnaultiiig E.J. Banner, had been
found guilty and sentenced to 12
months ou tlm Canton roads.
FACTS ABOUT THE APPALACHIAN TRAINING
1 Tto-a lor fro cVivl VmiMintrs? a sixtv-room dormitory
for women, and several boarding houses for men.
L A faculty oi seven expenencea teacners.
3. Two hundred and ninety students last year, .
4. Free tuition to public school teachers. . .
5. Expenses are very reasonable.
For more facts address the XT n
SECRETARY OF FACULTY, Boone, N. C.
. . Thenexi term begins Septemember S, 1907,
dy and most excellent teacher.
Capt. Jones, of Iienoir, who
did notjarrive until Monday night
tells us that the town of Lenoir
voted 1100,000 bonds on Mon
day for water works and street
improvements. Three cheers for
the public spirited, wide-awake,
hustling uttle city!
Friend Gwynn Church, of Val
e Crucis, was in town Monday
He had the fearful misfortune
some ti me ago to lose one of his
eyes by being struck with a f rag-
ment.of stone bitting him while
buildinira chimney. The other
eye is becoming right badly ef
fected, and he fears that he will
have to eo to a hospital and
have the sightless orb removed
The Bailey Camp Debating
Pociety sends out the following
challenge through the Iienoir
News: '-The Baily Camp Deba
ting Society sends a challenge
to any three debaters in taiawen
or adjacent counties to meet at
Bailv Camp school house to ais-
cuss the following question: Be-
solved, That the earth turns on
its axis every twenty-four hours.
We will speak on the negative.
On Saturday night last du
ring the heavy thunderstorm, an
old gentleman by the n a m e of
Stout, living near, the foard of
Elk, was returning home from a
meeting of the Odd Fellows, when
his horse became frightened at a
vivid flash of lightning, sprang
from a bridge some 20 feet high,
crushing the rider in a most hpr-
rible manner. He was tnougnx j
be in a dying condition Tuesday
Hnn. R. Z. Linney made an
other very strong speech against
the Appalachian Park Bill before
court convened on Monday a.
m and SheDherd M. Dugger con-
mmeA twn hours in the afternoon
on Tuesday trying to convince
ti.. .nio trtAtthev are not com-
petehV to look after the little
farms they have wrought out Dy
D.ao. nf their faces, without
the interference of the Federal
Government. This idea to us is
-r o.nrd- as we have often
said before, but these columns
- nnon t n on ft and all for the
QIC ULfCU i."
discussion of this all-absorbmg
topic, either for or agains.
lk casualities m
town this week have been rather
numerous but lortunareiy uu.
proved serious. Dr. Glenn, good
old man that he is, made an at-
tn .t to our shop to re-
onharirintioiu but down
new mo -
t.. f nn the de ective wamj
- .,f n( humor, passed Qi a
we were the looser. AllredMoretJ
E,q., by an unfortunaw
into the gulch near
the office. Another Oentleman on
the oppobite side ot tne wn, .
n:nrtn mount the plat-
form at the Monti store, was la-
inatAntlv hurled to toe
8treet, with a cracker box adorn-
ing his legs. Al't 'ewnvu
.iired in eight of this of
UVUVD ww -
floe, and befell men who never m
anv way tamper wim un
... in nf which coes on to
prove that some little work is ev
r' . .... j.. n.. hl.rhlnnrt
Wentlyneeaea m .ft---r
A. T. 6- Newa
The opening is the largest ever
known to the A. T S., for a fall
term, the enrollment having reach
ed 73 durine: the first week.
Prospects are good both, for a
large attendance and studious
work on the part of the pupils.
There are eleven counties and
three States represented. The
States are N. C, Tenn.,and Miss,
We are glad to know that Miss
Weedon is again one of the facul
Miss Mathews, a new teacher
whose acquaintance with her
work is manifested in her daily
instructions, is gladly welcomed
Let ii be the motto of each pu
pil to take advantage of every
oportunity afforded by the A. T.
S., as thorough preparation con
duces cood citizenship.
The school buildings and the
campus are being greatly improv
ed, which adds much to the ap
pearance in 'general as well as
gives new life to the students.
Prime to nee ns.
Following is the report of the
condition of the Watauga County
Rank t Koone. N. C. in the btate
of North Carolina, at the close ol
business Aug. 22, 1907:
Loans and discounts $24,614.61.
riverAratt secured 78.62
Hvpr.lrafts unsecured. 2q8.44
Banking house 1,870.24.
Furniture and nxtures 400.00
Due from banks and ban
Ph items 100.00.
Silver rain, including all
minor coin currency, .025,00
al hank notes and
other U.S. Notes a-00.
A Carl of Thai.
We take this method to express
nr heart-felt thanks to the good
Tinck for a
maAimq aii ihijiiium
i nnation iust received.
wvintr. Address y nauun- -- . , ,.
COBNELL, Vila-, P. ! 'JS-mm w;.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
State Normal and Industrial College.
Regular Court s leading to degrees ol Bachelor ol Pedagogy,
RH.'holnr of Sfiimifio. Bachelor of Ai ts, ami a new couraj leadiug to
the degree of Bachelor of Music.
Board, laundry, tuition and fres for ub of text books, etc.,
170n vpr. For Iree-tutition students. $125-
The Normal Department gives thorough instruction in the sub
tots taught in the schools and colleges, and-special pedagogical
m . '1 r 1 k. -.1
training for the profeKion ot teaching 'teacners ana urouuuwn w
other collesfes are offered aone-yearepeciul courseiu Pdagog and
allied subjects. - '
The Commercial Department onnrs pracncai insiruuuuu in
Stenography, Typewriting, Book-Keeping and other buninwnj sub-
The Departments ol Manual Arts and Domestic Science provide
instruction in Munual Training and in buch subjects as relute di
rectly to the home and family.
The Music Department, in addition to the degree course, oners
a certificate course in vocal and instrumental muftic.
To secure board in the dormUorh s, all free-tuition applcalionB
should lie made before July 15. The lall term will opeu September
18,1907. , ,
.a t il J 1
For catalogue ana otner lniormanon, HniirewD,
J. I. F0UST, President,
GREENSBORO, N. C.
FRESHDRUGS lAND TOILET ARTICLES.
I have opened a neat stock of Drugs and toilet1 artic
la in Boone fthe Dr. Little old stand ) ana mviie tne
tmWi tA trivA ma ft call. Chewiner Tabaccoes, Cigars,
o-- - , J
Cheroots. To let Soaps, Etc., ol tne oesi Dranas anu
TTioVoaalwava to h found in mv store. .
1. VJ W -" " V ...... M
When my goods are all in 1 will nave a iuu line oi
Nntjj. Orano-es. Lemons. Banannas, and al-
VWl.Vi.vuf O ' ' .
most anything else usually found in a first class drug
Bfrrp Ar dfi from the staDle drucrs, l win cany a iuu
line of leading patent medicines. Give, me a call when
in town. Very Kespectluiiy,
Boone, N. C, May 1. J. M. HODGES, M. V.
Offices in Blackburn tlotei. .
' x Trade Tens. Itenau
Rev. C. H. Norrie preached a
Friendship Church, this place,
Saturday and Sunday. The peo
pie were well pleased. .
The Trade Union Sunday school
is progressing nicely notwith'
standing a goodly number
of the members are gone a
way to school. Have had a sue
cessful summer session and pro
pose to continue through the lall
Miss Lillie Grayson is gone
back to school at Carson-Nuraan
The following persons have
gone to attend the A, T. S., at
Boone, N. C. Miss Gertrude Mus
grave and two sisters, Maud and
Goldie, MisseH Lillie and Frances
Larimer and their brothers, Oli
ver and Don. There are others
that will attend this school after
their school closes.
Mr. Noah Jenkins and Munsea
Elliott are teaching in the 3rd
district at Heaths and Laurel
Springs, Lester Larimer at Min
ing Town, Miss Jessie Jenkins in
Taylor's Valley, Etta Osborne at
Trade, Teun., and Mamie and
Inez Elliott at Zionville, N. C.
Mr. Jacob Dillmger will begin
his school at Blowing Rock, N. C,
the 16th, inst.
several families, especially girls,
steady employment at our mills,
Good rav. Cheaoand nice homes
graded school, five churches. Best
town in the State.
American Jtosiery Mills,
Ke.nersvillo, N C.
De Witt's Little Early Risers are
good for anyone who needs a pill.
They are small, safe, sure, little pills
that do not gripe or sicken. Sold hy
Capital stock . f 10,000.00
IThdivided Dronts. less cur. ,
nt PtnmiM and taxnaid I.U7
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Bills pay able 4-47i
Time certificates of deposit
inrlu.W in bills payable
Deposits subject to check a8.899.73.
Cashier's ck's outstanaing 1,313.95
Total.. 145 7 47-
State of North Carolina, Watauga
pountv. ss: I. E. S. Louevi uasnter
nfih shove named bank, do sol
emnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowl
det and belief.
E. S, Coffey, Cashier.
iWect Attest: N.L. Mast: W.
C. Coffev. Directors.
RiiWribad and sworn to before
me. this l ith day of Sept.. 1907.
J. M. May, Register of Deeds.
TO THE MERCHANTS OF WATAUGA CO.
T nnw bavA a branch house at Elk Park N. C, for the
hnvinff Roots. Herbs. Birch Oil, Pennyroyal
Oil, Wool, Hides, Chickens ana Bggs, ana win at, au umw
pay the Highest Cash Prices.
cnlp nr. WholpRalft Prices. Corn. Chop,
arid Flour and will sell as cheap as can be bought at any
railroad station. I will also have Heavy groceries mat 1
11 cvii a nm aa thav otn hi hoiiomr. anvwnere. less uw
freight. I invite one and all to give me a trial and see if
I don t pay you more ior your oarter ana sen you guuuo
lor less money man you nave uwh uayxug.
the present I will pay $l.yo tor uircn uu.
Louis P. Glass, vice-president
otthe Pacific States Telephone
and Telegraph Company, one of
San Francisco's bribeio, was
tried and sentenced to five yeawj
in the penitentiary.
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hael
Salve is good for boils, burns, cuts.
scalds and skin diseases. It is especj
ally good for piles, Sold by J. M,
! Hodges." -
The W. J. Oliver, manufacture
ing Co., of Knoxville, Tenn.,' geta
the contract to furnish the Gov? .
ernment 500 dump cars for use
on the Panama Canal, the con
tract price being f 652,600.
A V " J, T "
VniTRS VOTL KIIS1NESS.
MILLARD F. HOPKINS.
Elk Park, May 1st, 1907. - ;
ETerythiagin Good Foot -Wear,
TO THE PUBLIC.
T Via thA hpst eauiDDed watch
repair shop In the State. My ma
terial is all first-lass. Fine B. B.
Txro.v.oa Mntviftllv ftdinsted ana
HftlVUW VMvv.V M I
all defects corrected. Agnnrantee
goes with every wutcu repaireu
by me. No matter what yon want
Your watcn is cieanea onuw
nnired with the best skill known
f . . r !11L. I
to the trade. Bee wuncui nouoe,
Boone, N. C.
T W. TYRYAN.
Graduate Wach-maker & Jeweler,
Largest Insurance Agency in
Harry Baily, ElkPark, N. C.
Mitchel County Bank Build
Write mef or rates on your
property, , only the best com-
nnniM renreseniecL me ones i
that pay claims; . . J Fqr;aletv
Iheir Winsome and ?
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I . - - -
Occasional headache, belching,
had taste in the mouth, lack of appe
tite and slight nervousness are sym? .
ptomsof indigestion which, when
allowed to go uncared foi; will de,
velop into a case of dyspepsia mai
will take a long time taget rid of,
I CRAMWCK-TERIOr COS fin indication of trouble take some
l.i a ill S 1 !A
thing that win neip 11 aiong in us ,
work of digesting the food you eat,
Kodol forlndieestion and Dyspepsia
.;n An hu. Kndol will make vour
food do you good and will enable
you to enjoy what jou eat. Sold by
T f -TTrutires.
xtohlor'a RnnH. of Ttalftifrh. have
the contract to furnish the silver
service for the cruiser North Car ,
Gpneral Manacrer of the New
York Central Bailroad, Alfred
Smith, has been indicted for mur.
der in connection with the killing
of thirteen passengers in a wreck
on his road, Feb. 16th, last.
There area ereat many people
who have slight attacks of indjges
lion and dyspepsia nearly all the
time. Their food may satisfy the
appetite but it fails to nourish t h e
bod v simply because the stomach is
nnt in fit condition to do the work U
is supposed to dovIt can't digest1
the food jou eat,. The stomach
should be given help. You oughf
take something that will do the.
work your stomach can't do. KodoJ
for Indigeston and Dyspepsia, a com
binationof natural digestants and
vegetable acids, digesjta the food it.
... . . ... ...nn
SCII lit JiB nru5i " "
toQthe stomach, pleasant to Uke,
h T. M. Ilodires. . ,
If Iffinlh of service
4s an imnoH.inf onsiderafion