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ficiiiiffili; ??/-???.?;.:;,.y ':-\'v'^^Ns<'v-; >:-V---^ POWELL MURDERTRIAL STARTS TO-DAY JVDGE GEORGE E. AVARD, Who is Protildlng. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Weldon. N. C, March 30:?At t> o'clock to-niorrow mornlng. iu Hallfax Superior Court, the trial of E. E. Powell, the Scotland Neck merchant, who shot and kllled Chlef t,f Pollco C XV. Dunn on March 4, will be placed upon trial to answer the charge of murder. Judge George 11. Ward, of Ellzabeth Clty, the pivsldlng judge of the March term of Hallfax Superior Court. arrlved to-day, nnd is ready to take up the case promptly. lt is learned to-day that ex-Govcrnor C. B. Aycock is slck at hls home In Raleigh, vet, with his law partner. Judgo R. XV. Winston. and ..Gay & Mldyette, of Northamptoni'the d>fendant wlll have counsel fully a'tde tn lake care of the Interests of their 'client, und lt Is not believod that the absence of Governor Aycock, in the event that he ls not able to attend court, will Interfere wlth the trial, hut that lt, wlll begin as soon as court is in session. Solicltor John H. Kerr, of Warren ton. dlstrlrt attorney of the Second Judlclal District, is prosecutor, and he will bo asslsted by Walter E. Dan? lel, who was for twelve years solicltor Of the Second District, and who is now regarded as one of the leading prose cuting lawyers in North Carollna. ii.ii.i-. .i for Superior Court Judge, [Spoclal to Tho Tinios-Diepatch.] Wisist-on-.Suloin. X. C\, Mnrch SO.?Thi loca! bar assoclatlon met to-day and adopted r- solutlon i-ndorslns J- <*? Buxton to succoed S- iperlor Court Judgo E. B. Jones, roslgncd. A coupy of tho resolutlon was forwardcd to Governor Kitchin. Has learned that to serve Saves worry and labor, and pleases each member of the family as few other foods \ do. s The crisp, dainty, fluffy bitsare fully cooked?rcvrly to serve from the package wjth cream or good milk. 83 Give the home-folks a treat. "The Memory Lmgers" Pkgs. 10c and 15c. PoEtum Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. SOLICITOH KERR, C'blef Prosecutor. FORMER GQVERXQR AYCOCK, Counsel for Defenso. MT liPJBLY SPBE Entire Countryside West of War densville May Be Burned Over. [Special toThe Times-DIspatch. 1 Winchester, Va., March 30.?Both sides of tlio Great North Mountaln, near Warueiisville, Hampshlre county, W. Va.. are aflre, and practically every man cf that town has responded to the appeal ft tho flames, whlch lng rapldly sli - sages from Wart all farmhouses an ern slde of the 11 danger, and unlcs tlie entire couhtr slslanco in flghtinj have been spread .sl night. Lato mes. .nsvllle staioa that hams on tho eust ^e are ln lmmlnent raoru men respond Mde west ol' War densville will be hurned over. The lona to mountaln ttmher alreadj amounts to thousands of dollars, anc flre is still gpreadlng. Many peopl< living tn the vieiuity are'preparlns to move out and lleo to places o' safety. thing v Wlll li, ,1 l?- | thing rnmljiihtl ls sllght proi i whlc in n* way, Ther oi valn to-nighl eurneetly hopea for. 1IOX. WAI.TKR E. DAN1HL, ABBlatlnK Solicltor. RlTTURNINCf TO AMEI.ICA. 111 Health Cauaea Dr. Sheppard to Give Tp Minsionur.v Work. [Special to The Tlmc-s-Dispatcli"l Staunton. Va., March 30.?lter. Wllllam H. Sheppard and wlfe, noted mlssionaries of tlie tioiithorn Presbytonan Church on tbo upper Kongo In Afrlca, aro retiirning tn the L'nitod States. havlng sailod two weeka ago on account of Dr. shoppard's health, whlcli has become serlously impalred by repeated iittacks of Afrlcan fevera. It la not known whother Dr. Sheppard wlll glve up tlie work permanently or rest up and return to Afrlca. Dr. Sheppard has spont twenty yeara on thc Kongo. and ln many waya is regarded as tlie most cffectlva and successful mis? slonary of the present generatlon. Hls wlfe huu spent about flfteen years ln Afrlca. Thttr chlldren, born ln Afrlca. are hero at Dr. Shoppard's o'd horoo attending school, and ln tlie care of relatives. 3*cal Cstate for gs>ale. Mayo Salvago Corporation, Auctloneers, 1-102 E. Maln. Groceries, Soap, Candy, To? baeco Show Cases, etc. AT AUCTION. We sell In our warerooms, 1402 East Main Street, at 10:30 A, M., THURSDAY, MARCH Sl, 1010, 75 cases standard brands Tomatoes, 17 cases Soap, 35 cases Apple Butter, 13 ca._i.-K Candy, G0 boxes Chewing Gum, r.o klts llerring Roe, 20 cases Shoe l'ulish, 10 cases Stove Polish, 10 cases Siarch, 3 cases Sauce, 10 cases Tonia to Pulp, S boxes Mustard, 10 cases Prepared Mustard, 3 cases Stock Food, 10 cases Codfish, 20 caddles Cliewlng Tobaeco, 10 cases Tomotn Catsup, 5,000 Clgars, SO pounds Smoklng Tobaeco, o large stock Of groceries in broken lots Showcases. Oil Tank, Computlng Scales Coffeo Mlll, Counters. etc. MAYO SALA'AGE CORPORATION, Auctloneers. TERMS: Cash. Wc have moved from our old office, 1108 East Main Street, to 1111 East Main Street, Just across the street. CASSELMAN & CO., 1 1 H^East Main Street > Your Property Sold or Rented Best Results Guaranted BLANTON & CO., 1110 East Main Street. COMMISSIONER'S AFCTION SALE OF LOT AND FRAME DWELLING ON VENABLE STREET, LOT AND FRAME DWELLING ON ST. JAMES STREET. AND IX>T AND BRICK DWELLING ON-JTIRST STREET. Bv vlrtue of a decree of the Law and Equ'ttv Courl of the clty of Rlchmond. entered on the 23d day of March, 1S10. ln the sult of Wllliam B. Plzzlnl et als. vs. Gasklns's Admx., et ,iN., tho undersigned speclal commlssioner will sell at public auction, upon their re spectlvo premlses, on MARCH 31, 1510. M. Si At r. o'clock P. M.. house and lot No. 711 St. .lames Street, fronting 15 feet. more or less. on the east side of St. Jamea Street, and run uing back about 70 feet. wlth frame dwelling ot tour rooms. At 5:30 o'clock P. M.. house and lot No. S18 North First, Street, frontlng 15 feet on the west <lde of Flrst Street, and running back about 60 feet. wlth brick dwelling of four rooms. TERMS: Cash. JOHN P. LEARY. S'pecial Comtnlshloner. T, P. P. Winston, clerk of sald court. eertlfy that the bond requlred of tlie Speclal commlssioner by the decree In said cause of March 23, 1910. has been dulv glven. Given under my hnnd thls 2od day of March, 1910. P. P. WINSTON, Clerk. Wm. R. Plzzini Co., Real Estate Auctloneers, 723 East Maln Street._ By The Valentine Auction Co., Auctloneers. PARLOR. LIBRARY. DINLNG-ROOM AND BEDROOM FURNITURE OF ' MRS. E. BOTTIGHEIMER, NO. 319 EAST CLAY STREET, AT AUCTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 31PT. commencing at 10:30 o'clock, and con slstiug of Flno Old Walnut Frame Li? brary Suit. upholstered ln leather: Oak Bookcase atfd Secretary, Oak Roll Top Desk, Revolvlng Bookcase, large PlaU Glass Mantel Mirrors, Handsome Palnt lngs, Steel Kngruvlngs aud Etchlngs, Fiiie Walnut Library Tables, Hand? some Overstuffed Silk Broretelle Par? lor Sult, Brass and Onys Table. Finc Old Brass Cornlces, Beautlful Flgures, Ornamcnts and Brlc-a-Brac, Cold Leaf Chairs and Rocker, Fine l'J-foot Wal? nut. Dinlng Table. eiKht Dinlng Chairs, Slde Table, Velvet Carpets for rooms, halls and stalrs; Handsome Tapestries and Portleres, Burntwood Chairs and Tabourettes, very Handsome Ebony Parlor Cabinet. Pollshed Oak Bed room Suit, with large Plate Mirrors, Wardrobe to match; Oak Library Ta? ble. Invalld's Recllnlng Chalr, Lady's Mahogany Writlng Desk, Beautiful Enamelod Iron Bed, wlth Enameled Chiffonnler and Dressing Tablo to match, Separate Bureaus, Wardrobes, Beds Chairs, Rockers, Tahles, etc, etc. Ladies especialiy invltcd to attend this sale. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO S P. M. ADMISSION, 25c. SATURDAYS FREE. i\eal (Cstatc for isale^ _ ain Street c orner -IREE WEt.E-BUII.T BRICK STORES, Rental, $1,500 Price, $15,500 JROOKE, MONCURE & CARTER, 10no E. Main Stn ??:. FOR SALE, $15,500 Maln Street, between Elftecnth and sventeenth, Three-Story Brick Bulld [g, rentlng for $1,200 per annum. his property ls ln good condltlon and a good buy. Henry S. Hutzler & Co., 1013 B. Maln Street. $2,250 11! buy .108 Miller Avenue; an up-to xir seven-room houso, in first-class indition; modern conveniences; 50 .ot front hy 120 feet deep. Thls Is a argain. VAUGHAN & WII.UAMS. Tenth and Bank Streets. ING AN ex:: DO lage of Bosisley 30 Mkutos From Rictaoifl. >'? Send IFor B??kS?f!:s or Call OC x> a w. BENSLEY 14 Ncnrftli Wmkk Sftir@?4 aj VAJL tTrTrfWJ?n'*c^?-i?.TTiiTmrtTr?TiiiiriiiTim:T?ir__f?niiL'_i)i-_?iiiiiiiiiiiii'?^^ Formerly of "Blanton & Purcell" MOVED TO 100 N. 8th ST. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR QUICK SALES ^_?fal ?state tor &ale._ 23x135 Feet NORTH SIDE CART STREET. between Boulevard and Mulberry. $27.50 PER FOOT. BROOKE, MONCURE ft 'ARTER, 009 E, Main Street. FOR SALE, 40 Foot Lot on Main Street not fnr from Roblnson Street, ONLY $37.60 PER FOOT. EROOKE, MONCURE & CARTER, 100D E. Main iS'treet. BROAD ST. PROPERTY $8,500 NEW AND MODERN STORE. near Lombardy Strect; thrcc-ycar lease at $600 per annum. Safc investment. $5,800 CORNER PROPERTY; brick improvements. Lot 30x140 to alley. Sure speculation. CHARLES A. ROSE COMPANY, 0 Xorth Ninth. $5,000 FOR DETACHED BRICK DWELLING, EIGHT ROOMS, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. Stone porch and trimmings; dcep lot; bullt for a home; used as such by present occupant; Rowland, near Grovo Avenue. HARRISON & GRANT ^^ !R?al Cgtate for ftalc._ Hanover Street North slde, corner lot, 316x173 feet to alley. For qulck sale |33 per foot. VAUGHAN* & WILLIAMS. Tenth and Bank Streets. KOR SALE, Beautiful County Place of 12<> acros. half of which is ln BOOfl tlmber, half cleared and in trood eut tlvatlon. wlth a nice orchard: flve mlles cold water. R. B. CHAFFIN & CO. (INC.). 1111 E. Maln Street.