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PROGRESSIVE FARMER AND COTTON PLANT.
Tuesday, June ...... GENERAL NEWS The Lesser Events of Last Week- President Roosevelt announces that he will accept no moro free passes. Rojestvensky is a prisoner in J apan and is seriously though not danger ously wounded. In Washington Lorenz turned State's evidence in the Postoffice De partment conspiracy. s In a collison of the Seaboard Air Line at Fairfax, S. C., three per sons were dangerously injured. In Russian Trans-Caucasia the Tnrtna atp. rnascacreiner the Amreni- ans and are filling the towns with dead. In the Decoration Day exercises at Andersonville, Georgia State troops fired the salute over the graves of the Federal dead. , The Southern Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly at Fort Worth, Tex., failed to take action on the question of federation with other branches of the Presbyterian church. Attorney-General Moody has given an opinion that the eight-hour law applies to the Panama Canal zone, and it is estimated that it will add $20,000,000 to the expense of building the canal. President Roosevelt has announced that he would begin his Southern trip October 17th, and would visit Raleigh and Charlotte, among many other cities, concluding his itinerary at Little Rock, Ark. The Seaboard Company filed at Trenton, N. J., a certificate increas ing its capital stock from $4,000,000 to $72,000,000. and setting forth its functions in the reorganization plan of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. It;is reported that 140 hopelessly wounded men on board the Russian , shin Orel were thrown overboard dur ing the battle because their . agonies were seriously affecting the morale of the men who were working its guns. President Roosevelt delivered an address at the unveiling of a monu ment to General Henry W. Slocum; the President paid a tribute to Fed eral and Confederate soldiers, and pointed to recent events to make an argument for a big navy. The courageous stand of Mayor- Weaver, of Philadelphia, against the corruptionists who Secured a seventy five year lease of the city's gas works, together with the fury of an out raged neople, has caused the company to withdraw its proposition to lease . the valuable property. , An interesting feature in regard to the appointment of Mr. Bonaparte is that it will place a collateral descend ant of the great Nanoleon at the head of the United States Navy. Mr. Bonaparte is a grandson of Jerome Bonaparte, King of Wesphalia, a brother of Napoleon I. President Roosevelt surprised the Republic by appointing Chas. J. Bon aparte, of Baltimore, to succeed Sec retary of the Navy. Paul Morton, who .goes to New York to be associated with Mr. Thos. F. Ryan in the con struction of another large system of subways for the lines of the surface street railways of that city. As the result of an investigation of the recent Ogden wreck at Green ville, S. C, by the Railroad Commis sion, most of the blame was saddled on Conductor Acker and Engineer Hunter. It was held that these em ployees violated the rules of the com pany in enetring the railroad yards at too rapid a rate. Both have been discharged. The explosion of an anarchistloinb under the carriage occupied by King Alfonso and President Loubet, m Paris, Wednesday night, gave them a close call, a panel of the vehicle hav ing been perferated in five places and the horses injured;' fifteen people were wounded by the bomb. . The Russian fleet carried about 10, 000 men into the terrible naval bat tle in the Korean Straits and lost from 7,000 to 9,000 of them; the Jap anese got about 4,000 prisoners, an other 1,000 probably escaped on their few remaining ships,ieaving at Jeast 5,000 to be killed or go down with their ships. Rear Admiral Voelker sam was killed. The Latest from the War Zone. Rear Admiral Euquest of the heavy squadron of the Russian fleet ar rived in Manilla Bay at 9 o'clock last Saturday evening on board his flag ship Aurora, accompanied by. the protected cruisers Oleg and Jcmpt chug, all badly damaged and carry ing many wounded. These three ships report a total of 6G killed and 135 wounded. They will quite prob ably dismantle and remain at Manil la until the close of the war. it reeis vjooo. on your face and your face always feels soft and . smooth, if you use WILLIAMS' lOTS Sold everywhere. Free trial sample for 2-cent stamp. Write for "The Shavers Guide and How to Dress Correctly." The J. B. Williams Cd., Glastonbury, Conn. WILL PAY YOU F. 0. B. NORFOLK, YA., For EGGS, Strictly Large and Fresh, per doz. 15c SPRING CHIX, Live, per lb. 15c. OLD HENS, Live, per lb. 12c. Ship at once via express. Check will be mailed on receipt of goods. Reference Merchantlle Bank, Norfolk, Va. TRIUNE FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO., 18 Roakoke Dock, Norfolk, Va. The A. & M. College, GREENSBORO, N. C. The fall term begins September 1, 1905 Strong faculty; unsurpassed facilities; new dormitory being erected to me,et Increasing demands; short courses in Agriculture, two year courses In trades, two practical four year course?, one In Agriculture leading to the degree of B. Agr., and one In Mechanics leading to the degree of B. 8. Graduates in great demand. Limited number of free tuition students received from each county. Write at once and Becure accommodation for the approaching session. For catalogue or further Information, address, PRESIDENT DUDLEY, Grkknsboko, N. C. For sale ioo head Grade Shropshire Ewes. JO. HARD1E, Brown Summit, N. C. Berkshire RIGS FOR SALE, Imported English blood with best Ameri can blood. Try one. Price 85.00. H. H. WILLIAMS, Chapel Hill n. c. mom i wt Ttsown ibws ; '' IF INTERRSTB-n WHOLESALE - " FRUIT AMD PRODUCE DEALERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 144, 146 ana 140 Michigan St., BUFFALO, n. r. ' Particular attention given to uerncB, jtco, ja,UB, v,auoage, uukes, p0tat oes, BREEDERS' DIRECTORY v n.imc m in ttiia rJireftorv we Pive me annoancempntc . ers of all kinds of improved live stock cattle, swine, horses, sheep, jacks S poultry, pet stock, etc etc a postaiuaru icnc, w any advertiser, statin? tW So have seen his announcetnect in The Progressive Farmer. will JL mt further information you may desire. . y TO tSrCCuCrS S IBB rKUUK..t5i.v.n, is rcau weekly by 50 coo farm folk In North Carolina and adjoining States and an announcement in ihese cow! will put you into touch with those who are ready to buy what you have to offer w! ttt ata Tvin?r TTCTKfl U A Tit TO LIVE STOCK BREEDBRS-n ' V rate considering our large circulation. Write us at xmce for full pai ticulars. SWIFT CREEK Stock and Dairj Farm, has for sale a large number of young Revered A. J. C. Jersey Bulls and Hellers. nno Hot ter bred, combining the best and most noted up-to-date blood in this country. Also Poland China Pigs- All at "live and let live" prices. T. R. Bras well, Battleboro, N. C. FINE POULTRY. Ramseur, N. C, May 30, 1905. To My Friends and Patrons: This is to certify that I have sold all of my Barred Plymouth Rocks, including prize winners, cuts, good will and all to MRS. C. C. MOORK, of Double Oaks Poultry Park, Charlotte, N. C. Any oue wanting Stock or Eggs, I will be" pleased to have them give the order to Mrs. Moore. Yours truly, C. C. RANDLEMAN, JERSEY MALE CALVES At a great bargain; breeding cor rect. Address JOHN A. YODHG, Greensboro, H. C. RED POLLED CATTLE, Best for Milk, Batter and Beef. Smooth blocky, and very handsome. - The most use ful of all breeds. Five very fine young Bulls. Some Heifers and Cows for sale. Also ma ture Bull. POLAND CHINA HOGS. The sires of our Boars and Sows are the greatest prize-winners of the breed, and sold for from $25 to 870 each. A pair of Pigs of this breeding for $15; in the West they would cost you from 840 to 30. ARROWHEAD STOCK E ARM. Sam'l B. Woods, Charlottesville, Va. Proprietor. NEVIN POULTRY YARDS, ' Charlotte, N. C. R. F. D. No. 7. Bggs at $i.oo per setting balance of the season from S. C. White and Brown Leghorns, Houdatis, White Wyandottes, B P. .Rocks, Sherwoods, S. C. Black Minorcas, Cornish Indian Games and Pekin Dncks. This year's breeding stock for sale to make room for youngsters. Now is the time to get bargains. Write for circular and show record. ILEEi YOUNG REGISTERED BERK SHIRE BOARS, ALSO SET TING OF EGGS . . from 20 DJgerent Strains of Poultry. Write to the Pinehurst General Office, PInehurst, N. C. 0AKW00D FARM, Jersey Cattle AND Berkshire Hogs. BULLS IN USE; Biltmore's Torment, No. 60761; Sultan of Blltmore, No, 66800. In order to make room for spring calves will make special prices on bull calves from five to ten months old. AH stock shipped guaran teed to give entire satisfaction. -?. L. GHUFORD, Nowton, N. C. S. C. Brown Leghorns. - THE BREED THAT PAYS. Eggs $1.00 for 15 j $1.75 for 30. Satisfaction and safe delivery guaranteed Send P. O. or Express Money drier onVass XT T7 Y T T when possible. vv-JL uu V C MRS. E. L. MCNEILL. Vass, N. C. Essex Pigs and Southdown Lais, . I have a number of Essex Tijrs ready for delivery In May and June. Also Sonthdo Ram Lambs for June and July delivery. Prices, etc., if requested. v, Tobaccoville, J. D. Whltaker, Prop. CLAY MOUNT FARM, Two miles North of Ralelgb, N. C. - Bekbder ptjbk bbed ENGLISH BERKSHIRE HOGS A5 JERSEY CATTLE. Won every premium entered for the oiatu fairs 01 lyui iyuz auu Gfiolceyouna Holstein Bulicaii , six weeks old; entitled to riS; First check for 25.00 secures nu Eight Choice Berkshire HP Write ready for shipment July ror aescrlption ana prices HICKORY niLLlNQ CO., filckory, N. c r-i " ' ... -