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IONTREAT EIDS Rice Make. Closing Address. Sunday Post-Ofilce Closing Commended. ?Hflf oecl il to The Times-biapatoh.J ititreat, N. ''. August 31.- riue lo fan', tb.ii the Suhl in er Assembly joHjithern Presbyterians ban closed, tiiafgsr p?i ?? it the vialu ..iio lit. crowded Montreal thin summer, retOenting an parts ot tiie country, at.iow returning ti,.>ir homes, but otrs will remain here until well Into Rfmbei, on account ot tn? con tlhnce ot the beul in parts ot I'te oc,ry where there are no mounta-ns. Ely year Increases tno popularity of thtfprtng and autumn at Moutreat, ??*iteil as the h i i i.,-:. ..ml anting the w| r, otimbcra 01 people uome bore tri the Nona In ordei to escape thfl Wl and consented! .\.i. .add ot otV places. The taci that Montretit la (m ounded bj mountains gives all'ii moro attraction In oo.n. or cUlte (or the entii'- year. i feature ot the program of the i.^.i.;.;.! ol the ?? .t.i? ieuuea atooa ournoro (orcltrlj than tho address?.? ,f . v Melton i 'i i loi < :i the sUoJi ert Tills was tuqet a as been wal ' Montreal, nxpuaed tegardli thai t hey wni ?? peri on th< pro eatnntoer o| pa heiiio be bi ne y\. they were net but tho at Iir. bark preseti Serv the large! r. 1 > p., of ti rcen t. Tho Hoy Vxo Lhfc (list time ti ? p.nted In a spe-i ind the Only ' v ? i t n>- address? s # delivered at am when the lar ? nl s and ii ?j b wi it i by them, it u.i by larue an .- manner In v/h ed the subject . possible number ;? the Mountain I jrfcsentat . far ? g>ris ?onti given m the being made nt o! expert unlng of ih? who will be summer as address by J D.. of Rle.h 1 and who Is popular of T-. .. \Va,lter L of the pro i?d that It whs bv the comrnit L< ikd deliver tfce pronounced the ? prei Ideal "1 ,fl* Association. Rev U few "? marks r^??lng the pleas- j n?tt 'he succea* sat that was Just He referred also j \ ?r<- program r. i-1 tctlon or sny ttn L'.d that \vnll?! ?t ;e like Mon } w? ti be expressed ? ws In the ic i'jfllone?- would Dr. Hartman Answers Questions About The Revised Pe-ru-na IflPBsP''''v; 1 I S. B. HARTMAN St. I >. In response to a great many -penes 11 wish to in ike publii Itatcmcni concern? ing 'he ?-.ile of Pc ru-na. No, we .ire not ??< Hing -i- mui !> I'e rii in as wc u-e<l io The reason for this is the change in tlic formula of IVhum. I The patent Inttdicine business i- very pccuiiai and particular. A person who Inas been in the habit of taking patent medicine will notice \er\ quickly the lightest alteration in color, labte or cf-l I feet. It does not look .is it u-?-,| to, or smell as it u-ori t,,, ,>r have exactly the I same taste as it used to It <i"c- not (eel I exactly the -ante in the stomach as be? lfere. The tn?li< ine will be prompt!) re? turned to the einig ^tore and a new bottle demanded All this I knew before I changed the fotmul.i of I'e-ru-na. which I 'ii'l six j '-it ago, but <Ii'l not realize tIi*? difficulty ol overcoming he people's notions on this subject, I tn.i'l'- .1 changt in the brraula ol Pc-ru-na. Quite ?? radical change. \ change thai altered tli<- coloi atid rlir> tj>i<: .im! somewhat In* medicinal effect of Pe-ru na I <!xl this believing it was the best thirig to <lo undci the 11" mi St.ltli i ? Immediately the change aptieat d; the peoplj began to (.umplain of Pc-ru-na. They generali) thought the druggist wi to blame, 'Ii" thcii bottle of fv-nj-na had been tampered v ith This made bad feelings' between tin u.-er?. of Pe-ru-na and the 'Inj, gist I he druggi it - in some ca es bccaiin ii itatcd and angered and made complaint to the wholesalers and tnanufai tiiret I hit's the trade was ti in porarily in ah Upn " A'tfr a yr i , f explanation ihr trade quieted down and the new Pc-ru n? took its place in the d/tig ttores as i popular household remedyi And yet i? ha? not attained the prjjttilarity that the othei Pc-ru n i had * hanging tht formula of Pe-rn-n.' ?.i ? cijijivatent to introducing a new medicine into the drtig trade, an ex t crhcly difficult thing to do how-adayi Pi ? ii ha ...-. it is litadi to-day is a very excellent retried) for i.it irrli and general ?ai.irrlt.il ailment.- It i- for ale in all ? i ujj tufes, and Im- .i ^iiyiit laxative effect, very rii?ch needed in t hrday;. It sei to me that it was in manv ways .1 bettet rtntcdS than before. S'?*t in spite 61 all explanations there i<; a con? siderable demand for the old I'e-ru-na as .t used to be made I have authorized the formation of a com pa ii) to manufacture it. tinder the trade, name of Ka-tar-no. The Ka-tar-no t o i-. located in Columbus, Ohio, and stands ready to supply the trarje with tin- old-time formula of Pe-ru-na under the name of Ka-tar-no. Send for free booklet. Address Ka tar-no Co . Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Llnglc. who Is chairman of thi progrti mcornmlttee for tne summer assembly of n?rxt ;?ar also, announce) that unless there should be soin' change In th* minds nf the members of, the committee, the program for next year would begin on Sunday. July ?. and continue until Thursday. August 2s. and that already the mak? ing of the program was In progress The season which ba6 just closed has been, hv far. the most surcf.ss.ttii Montreal bus ever known Aside from the program, which has been the at? traction for many of the peop'e who have besn h?re this sumn*r. Montreal its.e-lf has h??n more popular than ever before, for there were jarge numbers of p?-opl? he-r? througho it the season who came, and who slaved, not for the program so much as for Montrojt Itself and Its stror.g attraction for recreation *nd rest Just t'fore the- closing of the Sum? mer Assembly, resolutions wer?- adopt? ed, heartily thanking the present Con? gress for Including in Its pOFtal law jiitt passed, provision fir the closing of first and second-class post-offtc*! on the Sabbath, nnd th? officials of the* Post-Office Department. for th?h promptness in seeking to cajrr.i ill the Kabbath provision of that law. and rejoicing that Ood's day is thus hon? ored by the government, that rest is thus given to a large -iass of elrrks: and that th? greatest stoi In advance thi.t taken for observant years, t Is th thus ahi ol >h' nation, ard especially upon the Presbyterians, to do all that th3y can. to aid. T.courafr*. and praise the officials in the carrying out of the new law. In conclusion th? res dutlohs tead: ? For 'is to doflrt Sabbath observ ar.ce. to priy for Pahbath observance. ?r jtsk of the government proper Sau bath observance; and then when It comes >;o fail to praise and help, or In any way to r*slsl and oppose, wovld be. we feel, utterly Inconsistent." (?entry?' ?rdwedl. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] ?' oil cor 1 V? . August SI.?Thursday ilfrriin *t ?. o'clock, at the home of the nnde near h*re. .lames Gentry and M>s yVe*I?y Cardwell were united in marriage, the ceremony being per? form ?d by Rev. C. H. Williams In: ceremony Mr. and to Spout pprirg nan Eastern Tout. ?ol Mlnlnj; I bmpsaj Bret a lit -The Kiat R a rapltll nf 160,WO, lere H. V", and w i ? anrl ?111 rl?v? Ifrreri about five year? wirb nru i pain in my side. The pair, 'ere 1 could not sleep. I tried .ii.irncnt. and the first applica? ble nie feel better than I hive in fears."?Mrs. Martha A. Sec. Id. Va. "My wife suffered fo several years wirh neuralgia and toothache. She U9 d about half a bottle of Noah's Liniment and cot immediate re?r-f. I would not be without it in my house at any cost."? J. S. Fisher. Policeman, Hodges. S. C. penetrates and drives the terror of Neuralgia away, usually giv ng immediate rel of. Whj suffer the terrible agony of Neuralgia when a few appli cations of Noah's Liniment will help you? Ir is also f ne for Sore Throat, Toothache, Colic and Cramps. Noah's Liniment" Is Fain Remedy for n ternal uses as well as a Liniment for exter? nal aj. plication. Absolutely pure and clean to use. Cured of Sore Thront. "1 have been for the paft several I year* afflicted with sore throat and ['occasional pain.s in my bark. 1 have fused all forms of liniment, having re [rently tried Noah's Liniment, which leave me immediate relief."?M. A. |Coogan, Charleston, S < (,'nrcd of Toothache. "1 have used Noah's Liniment, and f.hink n the be I remedy on ihc market all kinds of pains. I had a bad fct.hac.hc, arjd tried rt numbct of dif (hings, but they did me ho i',<":d. i ised to trv Noah's, 1 inimenl applications stopped the piin, ihave had no trouble with it U ! . Martin, o5 Ralph St., ice, R. I. N'oth's Mnlmcnt Is the t??t remedy for Hheu m.itlsm. Sciatica. Lime nark. Stiff Jelntf and Muscles, Pore Throat, Colds, Stralni. Sprains, Cut?. Bruises. Colic, C ramps, Neuraisla, Toothache. and all Nerve, Hon* and Mus ? I? Aches and Patnu The genuine has NoaiVe Ark on every package, and looks like thin rut. but has RED band on from of parka*'*, and ?'Noah's Liniment" al? ways In li'ili Ink n? ware of Imitations. lie. Vie and ?1 00. and rold by aJI dealers In medicine Guaranteed or money rof-mded by N"oah Hemedy Co . Ins.. Richmond. Va. . I- M N0AH5I LINIMENT! ? FOR MAM Oft BUST id h II Ma b \kUm hi k*. h Im* lone HUM ttMtCr (AWVeV I AVERS WILL OPLN First Speech by Democratic Cnn diri^ic Will He Marie at Miirion. [Special t?> The rlmes-Dlspatch] Bristol, Va . August 31. While F.cp res.ehtatlvo C. B Slomp ha;; been Ii the Kentucky mountains sin.-.- the c?ri ventloh here on Thursday, when h wos tnude the Republican nomine? to re-election, and nothing definite ha been heard from him. his friends hav ho tear that he will decline the noml nation. While he was very much I earnest In bis desire that the convert tion nominate another man, h<- is ne expected to make uny further effor to get out of ?!.<? responsibility. Geh. B A. Ayo'r?. Klemp's Democra tie opponent, will open his campalg in a speech at Marlon. Smyth Count; on Monday nest Preston W. '"atnr bell, of Washington County, and I T?te Irvine, of Blc Stone 'tap. wl open the campalgi In t,. ?? County fr 'len.'ral Ayet next week Mr. Carhr bell, who wag h. r.> this week, and wh served with C-eneral Avers In the Cot stltutlonal Convention, said: "I fe. confident Oeherai Ayera will win. Ti circumstances ivori neVei mort* favoi able in recent years ' lie beilevt ih.n the Bull Moose sentiment will I In a lange measure op>i.d to Klemp The Bob Taylor Publishing Comput has been chartered at Nashville, und. the laws ..; Tennessee. The purpoi >.f this company is to publish a btogr; phy of tri? hit- Senator Bob Tayk together with his lectures. The hi graphy is being written by thr brothers of the late Senator. Th? cor pany has nn authorized capital of $5 000. The lncorporators are Much Taylor, of Fort Worth. Texas; J. Hardwl.lt. of Cleveinmi. Tenr.. N. Robertson, of Lebanon, Ti-nn , and I Long Hire and A. W. Wills, of Km J?DGER08ERTS0N WILL II RESIGN [Special to The Times-r>ispa.tch ] Roanoke. Va.. August 31 ?After be? ing waited upon by a committee of the Roanoke Bar Association, Judge Ed? ward Robertson, of the Roanoke Law and Chancery Court, In Charlottesvllle, to-day decided to withdraw his rests nation, which he was about to for? ward to ilonernor Mann, provided he be allowed a month or two In which to rest and regain his strength. Judge Robertson received Judge A. E King, representing the committee, this morning The anewer was given before 11 oYlock. and the committee, -omposed of E A. King. Captain 0 A McHugh and Charles A Brown, left at noon for Roanoke. and arrived here this afternoon. The committee win report to the Roanoke Bar Associa? tion at a special meeting Monday nicht. VE?1 PAPER FOB l.vxntlll RG. [Special to The Tlmes-rMspa.tch.1 RoauoVie, Va . August 81.?Lynchburg j Is to have a new dally newspaper. I which will be an atternoon publication. The announcement trivs made this if i WANTED AT ONCE 100 YOUNG LADIES Experienced Cigar and S Cheroot Rollers I GORDON CIGAR & CHEROOT CO., Inc- | 19th Between Main and Franklin Sts., City. I NOTICE: \Vc also call attention to the fact that we teach young womfn the art of rolling cigars find i hi rool . fitting them t.? In independent by having a profession that will enable them to command gi ii id v. ages and ? mpli >\ men!. We have .1 1 apable instructor, and will pay learners at the regular rate for r:<.r>H; made while learning, and when the young lady has completed her course, which should require about four weeks, she ought tu easily earn SI 0.00 per week with us as a cheroot or cigai roller, and increase her earning .1- she hit hmscs lier proficiency as a roller. ft enable* a young woman to become independent, for experienced help is always in demand. GORDON CIGAR & CHEROOT CO., Inc. Manufacturers FRAT OF VIRGINIA BLUE MOUSE GREEN TURTLE Cigars | and and and j VERBOSA FOREST KING GORDON Cheroots 5c Cigars 2 for 5c Cigars 3 for 5c '?rnoon bv W 1 M.iormrin and .1. T* | Yeattle. wh.i wto her? on business con- ? nected with the enterprise. The pub-j lteatlon will begin October 12 Th" paper w ill be known as ' The Progress."' and the semi-weekly publication will! I ? s known as "Th.- Progressive." \ Mr Yeagle was asked as to the, poll-' ttcsl policv of the paper, hut would; have nothing to nay on this subject.' Judging from the name of the paper and conditions It Is generally believed that the paper will lean Inwird the Bull Moose" party. Mr. Moorman, a retired business man and capitalist of Lynchbuig. Is pres-: ldent of the company. J. B. Jennings i is secretary and treasurer. and Mr. j Ye-agle editor and general manager. Mr. Yeagle Is a newspaper mar. of experience, and was recently with the Washington Times. Mr. Moorman and Mr. Yeagle recent? ly returned from New York, where they went to purchase mechanical equip? ment for the plant Retiring Mayor of Bristol, Va. CAPTAIN HIM.MM RICK. Notable Career of Remarkable Man Who Now Leaves Public Life. Bristol, V.i . August 31 -In some re? spects one of th?- most remarkable men the South has produced In a century Ih T'nptnln William t?, Rioe of Bristol, now nearly eighty years of age, and for mnny years In public life He was Bristol's first Mayor when this place was but a village ahd the post office was named "Sapling fJrove." This was In ItSfi. and at a time when the link between the .civilization and progress of the New England States and the undeveloped South was Just being built. In the form of the Virginia and Tennessee Railway Chosen at that time In a public mass-meeting of the people of the "Sapling Grove" com? munity to serve as Bristol's first Mayor, he took the reins of government In the primitive community and served the people well, inaugurating progres? sive methods and giving to the n^Vf Community that Impetus whleh wen* a Ions- way toward making this th<* metropolis of the mountains, with n population now of nearly 20.0)0, and with every modern convenience and public, ImprovemeiiI of the most pro . r< salve towns of the country. After I his term as Mayor of early Bristol, years passed before he was officially connci ted with the town again, He i through the war meanwhile ii. drifted int? Kentuckj where' ho talight school and conducted a farm and from there went to Tev.is later and taught some of the poys who have since been conspicuous In national pot. ltles as representatives In Conitr-ss from the I.one Star.-" Eventually Captain Bice drifted back to Bristol and like his life sister, who was the wife of Judge Rogei \ I'ryor. of New York, he seemed to possess the faculty of his gr< it- i usefiilnos? In old nge. While his sis? ter, Mrs. I'ryor. was devoting her old arre to the writing of books In her Mew York home, Captain Rice, then past seventy years of age; was again being groomed for office, and was destined to take the lend In Important moral reforras In the rapidly growing city of Bristol a town of modern push and vim. He won out In his rar? for the mayoralty over all opposition, and up to his retirement from the mayoralty to-day he had served ten years as Mayor of the Virginia half of the two State city, and In that tlm* had done mii'-h to wipe out vice and Inaugurate social reforms. Upon the Idea that a young man should he elected Mayor of Bristol. Captain Klee lost by a narrow margin In the last municipal election on June 11. having been defeated for the Democratic nomination by 'ieorgo M. Warren, a young lawyer Warren j was elected Captain Bice's succes? sor, and the reins of the city govern - j ment are. after to-day. In the young; man's hands. Captain Blee took his defeat calmly and sood-nat,uredly, displaying th* same soldierly qualities that charac? terized him throiiKhotit the Civil War, when he gave the beat of his young] manhood to the cause of the Confod-; eracy. He Is one man who always dls- j plays the courage of his convictions.' and has stood for what he believed to. be right, regardless of consequences, He would hot take an insult from any man without a positive resentment,' and on more than one occasion has made his cane nn effective instrument of defense against the affronter? of' persons who dared offer an Insult. It i Is only a few months since his name was a household world from Maine to California because of the fierce pound? ing he gave a prominent Bristol l?w yer with hi? enne. claiming that the lawyer had dared reflect upon his char? acter. Just this week again he called down a young man who had dared to use Insulting language In addressing him. and the latter found hlms'lf making apologies and begging for mercy when he saw the Mayor's un? failing stick raised above hl? head. f'mining a recital of many thrilling Incidents of the career of t'r.-.s man. who retires from the mayoralty ->f Bristol with the crown of official honor anil distinction upon Ii'* cray hair?, his life, briefly stat-d. has lion- Ho was born In Halifax Countv April t>. 1S33. tn l?.r>l-2 he took the lau- course at the University of Virginia lie canto to Bristol In April. IS55. and a few months later was proclaimed the rtrajt Mayor of the then village He w a<y elected representative of Washington'-^ County. Va.. In tho State Lc'tgislaluie? of issb-7 He. with four brothers, en? listed in the Confederate army at the> beginning of the Civil War Three of his brothers were killed In battle. Ho went out as third lieutenant In Com? pany a ti om Bristol. He was promoted on the battlefield of Uturel Hill to adjutant of the Thirty-seventh Regi? ment of Infantry commanded by Col? onel S. v. Pulkerson. He was soon transferred with his regiment to Stone? wall Jackson's command, where he re? mained until Jackson's death, lie was promoted from adjutant of the Thirty seventh Regiment to ndjut mt of the third Brigade He was elected Mayor of modern Bristol In Max. 1902. and from that time until td-dny held five, offices combined, namely, Mayor, Police Justice, Coroner Justice of lh? Peaeo and i">verneer of the Poor Unshaken in his recent political de? feat, he does not show the least sifn of mental worry or disappointment, and in the event no official position looms up for him he will c-,, hack to his truck farm In (he suburbs; and next spring will flood the local market with choice vegetables of every kind, for nobody knows scientific trucking bette,- than he. And thus it Is that hU practical Idea of life will never allow ldm to be in any other than a/ useful position to society so lone a* he has strength to put forth in useful er. dea vor._ You're bilious! Von have a throbbing Sensation in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, your eyes hurt, your ^kin i yellow with dark rings under your eyes, your lips are parched No wonder \ "ii feel Ugly, mean and ill-tempered. Your system i- full o( bile and constipated waste nor properly passed off, .ind what you need is a cleaning up inside, Don't continue being a bilious, constipated nui? sance to yourself and those ?h" love you. arirl don't resort to harsh pliv ica ft?!', irrit.iie and injure. Remember, th.it your four disordered stomach, lazy liver and clogged bowels can be quickly1 cleaned and regulated by morning with gentle, thor? ough Ca sea rets; a 10-cent box will keen your head clear and make you feel cheer4^ ful and bulk- fur months. < iei Cascaretp now?wake up refreshed?feel like doing a good day's work?make yourself pleas? ant and useful, ( lean up! Chirr up! CANDY CATHARTIC FIF Cash In the bank is one of the her* friend^ von can have?helps you in time of distress, assists you in grasping opportunities^ The savings account has proven the turning point foi many a big man. Why not open an account here now? Lay aMtle a portion of the money in your pocket now. Bring it in '1 morning bright and early Start now. Broad Street Bank ASSETS OVER TWO MILLION W. H. Habliston, President. J Vy. Rothert, 1st Vice-president Jno. G. Walker, 2d Vice?Presidenl Andrew M. Glov sr; Ca?