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Tuesday, September 2G, i905.
PROGEESSIVE FARMER AND COTTON PLANT. 13 STATE NEWS FROM CURRITUCK TO CHEROKEE Items of Interest Gleaned from Our Correspondents and Exchanges. The Carolina Central Fair will be held at Greensboro Uctober 1V-16. An apple fair, at which North Carolina grown apples are on exhibit. is progress at Asnevine. The Woman's Christian Temper .inCp Union will hold its annual State Convention at Raleigh Octo ber 1-4. Charlotte is to have another cotton mill. The Calvin Manufacturing Company are the incorporators and the capital is $300,000. As a result of Tuesday's election in Wadesboro, saloons carried by a majority of fifty-three, and there was a majority of seventeen for distil leries. The Anson County Farmers' Asso ciation has pledged itself not to sell cotton for less than eleven cents, or cottonseed for less than twenty-five cents. Albemarle, Stanly County, has voted $25,000 of bonds for the con struction of the proposed Southbound Railroad from Winston-Salem to Wadesboro. Leaf tobacco buyers say that the crop this season, except in the west, is liirht and thin; the further east ward one ?roes the lighter and thinner the leaf is. West of Raleigh it is much bettor than elsewhere. James E. O'Hara, colored, once a member of Congress from the Sec ond District, and a lawyer of some prominence, died at his home at New Bern Saturday. lie was born in the West Indies and was sixty-five years old. Colored girls have been substituted for white ones in the Balfour Knit ting Mills at Henderson, in this State, says the Gold Leaf. The own ers did not want to make this change, but were forced to do so because they could not get white labor enough to operate the mill. District Attorney Holton was in Washington this week consulting the powers in regard to the indicted Federal officials in this State. It is announced that the Department of Justice is behind Ms. Holton in the prosecution of these cases, and that none of them will be compromised. II. Murray, who killed his un cle at Durham some months ago, was convicted of manslaughter and sen tenced to two years on the roads, fnis case was appealed and the Su preme Court has affirmed the lower court. Murray will have to serve his nn unless the Governor pardons nun. The farmers want eleven cents for eir cotton and ought to get it, says an exchange. The Messenger says tbat much of the cotton received at "Umington is consigned with in structions to hold until cotton reach eleven cents. The exporters and freat spinnesa are resolved to keep ro 1 levon cents- Jt is a battle If the farmers ean keep cot- ln on the market, they can win. tr . four attendants at the State JlPital in Raleigh, charged with liag ailSed the death of Thomas ;0,, ; a Patient from Chatham, by on v Isa?e' were last week released bonds of $1,000 each under habeas isTl VToceedings. Their release nuS abJy due to the fact that a fced ?h promient physicians testi romi Aall's death was not due to attJf-Saee' but to over-exertion in "Opting to escape. Last Week's North Carolina Crop Bulletin. TVl Ci lino 1 . Z . . "' uccu iiu improvement in. the cotton crop during the past week. ine warm, dry weather caused it to open rapidly, and in some places prematurely. The croD will be more than fair, and in places it :n t. i'i . t . wiu. uc very ngni. j.t is generally re ported that there will be no top roD : a. -i i t ' owing io sneacung; many correspond ents state that the bolls are small and the lint short; in the south-central counties and in the extreme north eastern portion the bolls are opening prematurely, owing to rust; army worms are doing considerable dam age 1 to late cotton in Beaufort, Craven, Jones and Duplin Counties. lobacco curing is completed in the eastern postion of the State. Cut ting and curing is in progress in the central district, where the crop is re ported improved and in good condi tion, except in Rockingham County where some of it is badly burnt and specked; it is curing well, color and texture are good, but the leaf is light. In the western poriton slight dam age by worms is reported. Corn improved during the past week, but late corn in some places suffered from drought, and some cor respondents report that it will not mature; a poor crop is expected in the eastern, while the prospects are for good crops in the western and central portions. Fodder is about all secured in the eastern and central districts; cutting is in progress in the western. The saving of peavine hay is under way and good yields are being secured. Clover was bene fited by the rains and is looking good. White potatoes have improved and digging is in progress in the west ern counties; sweet potatoes are do ing well and a good crop is promised. Peanuts, turnips and beans are gen erally reported good; cabbage poor. The sorghum crop is in good condi tion, and in places molasses making is under way. .The buckwheat crop will be good. Apples are reported good in some of the western coun ties, but there is complaint of drop ing and dry rot. Pastures are fair. County Alliance Meetings. Wilson. The Wilson County Alliance " will meet with Rock Ridge sub the sec ond Thursday in October, 1905. We would be glad to have a full dele gation, as this should be a meeting of great importance. Let us attend this meeting with a new determina tion to make it the most interest ing meeting for a long time. J. II. FLOWERS, Secretary. Franklin. The Franklin County Farmers' Al liance will be held with Pughs Sub Alliance on the second Thursday in October. The hour for opening is 10 o'clock a. m. We hope all the Subs will send duly appointed dele gates, and then as many visitors go as can. We want a good large crowd and a nice time. W. II. STALLING S, Secretary. Telegraphs His Order. Those who have used Tetterlne for skin disease waste no time using other remedies. The following telegraphic order Illustrates the fact that once Known, no suDBiituie win be accepted for Tetterlne. Norfolk, Va., Feb. 18, 05. J.T. Shopirlne. Savannah, Ga. "Please forward to day four boxes Tet terlne. Collect or send bill. David Humph ries." Tetterlne cures all forms or Ekin diseases. Fragrant and quick relief. 60 cents per box. J. T. Bhuptbink, airr., eavannan, ua. Telegraphy, R. R. Agency and Typewriting. QK Pays Board 7 II HQ This Insures ' and Tuition MUOi good position. "G. T. S." established 1888. Catalog free. GEORGIA TELEGRAPHY SCHOOL, Senola, Ga. TWO JUMPS AHEAD. THERE BE LIVELY IMITATORS BUT VICK'S Turtle Oil Liniment " Is the largest Bottle of Good Liniment on the market for 25c. Don't take any other if you want the best. All dealers. L. Richardson, Mfg. Chemist, GREENSBORO, N. C. The Rierson-Copple Sanatarium An institution equipped with the latest modern app iances for the treatment, of chronic diseases. The Static and X-Ray machine, Finsen Light, Supemeated Air and Electric Light bath. Galvanic and Faradic Batteries. Vibratory Massage Machine, etc., and used with most excellent results in treat ing Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Syphilis, etc., Neurasthenia, Nervous Ex haustion, Indigestion, Skin diseases, such as Eczema, Acne, Cancers, etc., Inflamma tory Joints, Chronic Ulcers, etc. Birth marks and superfluous hair re moved. Diseases of the Stomach, Bladder, and Kidneys. Also special diseases of men and women. v All treatments are painless. Literature on application. DRS. RIERS0N & C0PPLE, 127 S. Main St., Winston Saikm, N. C. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY FOR SALE. YOUWG REGISTERED BERK SHIRE BOARS, ALSO SET TING OF EGGS from 20 Different Strains of Poultry. Write to the Pineiiurst General Office, Plnehur8tv N. C. I$ED POLLED CATTLE, Best for Milk, Butter 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 elres of our Boars and Sows are the greatest prize-win ners of the breed, and sold for from $2,500 to 97,000 each. A pair of Pigs of this breeding for $15; In the West they would cost you from 40 to $50. ARROWHEAD STOCK E ARM. 8AM'ii B. Woods, Charlottesville, Va. Proprietor. Oak Ridge Farm Has 18 choice Berkshire Pigs for sale, all en titled tor- gistry. Price $5.00. Address, "EIS, R. F". D .2., Chapel HIM, INJ. O. 0AKW00D FARM. Jersey Cattle AND Berkshire Hogs. BULLS IN USE: Blltmore's Torment, No. 60761; Sultan of Blltmore, No, 66300. In order to make room for spring calves will make special prices on bull calves from five to ten months old. All stock shipped guaran teed to give entire satisfaction. ?. L. OMUrORD, Newton, Mm C. FARMERS Improve your chicken stock by buying BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. I have a number of fine Cocks for sale. MRS. C O. MOORED, Charlotte, TSt. O. US Berkshire PIGS Imported English blood with best Ameri can blood. Try one. Price 85.00. H. H. WILLIAMS, Chapel Hill N. C Essex Pigs, Southdown Sheep And one half grade Angus Heifer Calves. I have a fine lot of Pigs ready for ship ment August, September and October, atd Angus Calves and Southdown Sheep ready for immediate shipment. Andreas for tiriees. etc. L. Q. JONES, Bcthanla, N. C. ARLEIGH FARM REGISTERED BERKSHIRES. 11 Choice Pigs for sale from Arlelgh's Queen No. 80224. Price $5 00. Try one and get a bargain. J. W. TERRY, Cedar Grove, Route 1, N. C. SWIFT CREEK Stock and Dairu Farm. has for sale a large number of young Registered A. J. C. C. Jersey Bulls and Metiers. Nnnn het.. 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. Tm P. BrasweH, Rattleboro, N. C ANGUS CATTLE, BERKSHIRE PIGS, FINE POULTRY. 3 Seven-months old, unregistered. Berk shire Pigs, and they are Thoroughbred and fine Price $15.00 each. One hundred "Rhode Island Reds," con sisting of Pullets and Roosters. These, too, are flrBt-c.ass. One Cockerel and four Pullets, 85 00. Single Cockerels, $1.50 each. Eggs, per 13, 81 00. One bull calf, (Tick-proof or Fever-proof) Sired by Thoroughbred Angus bull, and his dam a last pedigreed Shurthurn tow. He will go to the first offer wuen five or six months old for the little price $25.00. C. A. WILLIAMS, RINGWOOD, - - - NORTH CAROLINA! BERKSHIRES 1 We have pigs from the best ot register stock for sale at bargains Cottage Broue Farm Greensboro, N. C. REGISTERED POLAND-CHIN A3, the old reliable fat breed, and TAM WORTHS, the best for lean meat and breaiast bacon, and for crossing on the fat breeds. Fine,thrifty pigs for sale at reasonable prices; also a few bred sows and service boars. J. C. GRAVES, Barboursvh,!, Orange County, Va. NEVIN POULTRY YARDS, Charlotte, N. C. R. F. D. No. 7. Eggs at $1.00 per setting balance of the season from S. C. White and Brown Leghorns, Houdans, White Wyandottev B. P. Rocks, Sherwoods, S. C Black Minorcas, Cornish Indian Games and Pekin Ducks. 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.