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RECOMMENDATIONS BV SIPI. JOYNER.
The Present School Law Endorsed by the
Superintendent who says few Changes
Are Needed. Teacher's Institute and
The biennial report of Superin
tendent J 1 Joym-r is out. It con
sists of a pHinphlft of niiH'ty-four
pages and eoiiLitiiis u coinplote it
view of eiluciitioiuil win!; in t In
state for the past few rears undcuu -fully
compiled statistical statements
showing tiie progress of the school's
considered in relation to former
years and as compared to educational
conditions existing in oilier States.
The statistical pi ogress made by
the school systems during the past
two years is of interest and was out
lished iu The Courier in its issue of
December 22nd, l'JU-l.
The recommendations of the sup
erintendent are as follows:
1. That there snail lie little inter
ference with the present School Law,
which 1 believejto lie the liest Public
School Liw that the State lias cur
had. People and tcliool ollicers are
beginning to become ,ic.iiainted v.nli
the law and familiar with its walk
ings. A few changes seem to be
necessary, but there should be no
radical changes. It will be wine to
seek to continue to progress along the
lines already inai ke I out by the
present School I.uw and to begin to
have u permanent educational policy.
2. That section So" of the School
Law be so amended a to reiiui'v the
appropriation of at lea-H two bun
dled dollars biennial!;.' b e eh coun
ty for condiicling one or more
teachers' institutes a' .1 summer
schools in that county for the reason
set forth in this report under the
heading '"Improvement of Teacheis."
;l. That the special appropriation
of two hundred thousand dollars for
the public schools be continued be
cause at piesent there is no hope of
getting a four niout lis school without
it, and the State cannot afford to per
mit the public school term to be de
creased. 4. That section 12 of the Public
School Law be so amended as to
make the term of ollice of the mem
bers ot the County ISuard of Educa
tion six years, so arranged that the
term of one mem her of the board
shall expire every two vears. liv re
taining a majority of old members on
the boald eaeli year tins will prevent
the possibility of a radical change in
the educational policy of the county
every two years.
5. Owing to the large increase iu
the cost of living and the rapid de
velopment of the work of the State
Department of Public Instruction,
necessarily accompanied !iy a gn-at
increase in the work of tile entire
clerical four of tile ollie", I recom
mend that the annual
clerk of the department
ry of th.
business be increased at least tw
hlll.dred mid tit'tv dollars, and tl
annual salarv of the clerk of the de
partment of Loans. Rural Libraries,
C'onrse of fetn-i . and i-Mucatiotial
Hulletins be increased at least.
hundred and tiftv dollars, and that
the annual sal
and type fit"
one hilndi'. d
salarv tiftv dip
or tin- sieiiograpu.
e increased at lea
liars, making In
is a uiont h.
(nation for rum
continued and iii.it
the rural school iioi-.o v in
libra, v law shall I
so amended as to take tin: appropria
tion of ten doliars for the rural lib
rary and the dollars for tin- ,-upple
mentarv library from the mantv
school fund instead of the di.-i
fund. This small part of the S
appropriation for the public scii
cannot in my opinion I,.- more
lv used, ihroiiu'li the continuation
of this comparatively small biennial
State uppropri;. lion for rural librar
ever putilie seiiool in tiie Mate can
be supplied with antral library
about ten years.
V. Iiiatan annual appropi latiou
of live thousaJid dollars be made for
a permanent plant and proper cm
ment for the State Colored Normal
S. That the advisability of a rea
soua'de appropriation for State Dis
trict Summer Schools le caretullv
Without llatteiy I have endcinor
ed also to make in this report ui
honest pieseiitatiou of some of tl:.
defects and needs of the public
school system, of some ot the ihlli
culties of the work that lies before
us, and of the relative position ot
the Statu in the column of iduca
tional progress, so far as this posi
tion may be revealed in statistics
from the reports of the educational
work of other states. It is painfully
manifest that our public schools, the
only hope for the education of the
people's children, are still uneipial
to the education demands of this
century of education and inferior in
most respects to the public schools
of moBt ether sections of our com
mon country, and they are still sadly
inadequate to their stupendous task
in houses and equipment, in teachers
and length of school term, in super
vision and in available school funds.
As long as the average length of the
public school term iu North Caro
lina is only 85 days, while the aver
age length of the public school term
n the Southern States is 09 day,
the average length of the public
school term in the North Atlantic
States 177.3. and the average length
of the public school term in the
United Sta 143 Hays; as long as
North Carolina spends bat $1.14 for
every man, woman and child of its
population, while the average spent
in the United States is $2.99; as
long as she spends bat $4.39 for
every papil enrolled in hr public
schools, while the average spent in
the Southern States is $6.95 and the
average spent fn the United States is
$20.39; as long aa she spends for
every child of school age within her
borders bnt $3.12, while the aver
tt.'.'e spent in the Son t hern States is
$4.0.' and the average spent in tne
United States is $10.57; as long as
th; s??rg wwmthlj aalary of white
t. k I "is in North 'Carolina is bnt
J while in the Southern States
it is $35.03 for mea and $30.47 fur
women, ami in th Uaited States
49.00 for men and $4'.00 for wo-j
i en. no true friend of education, no!
true lover of his State can afford to !
relax any effort for the improvement
of her public schools. . I
When 1 remember the past, how j
through social and poutic.il refill-j
tion, through destruction and re. on-,
struction, through poverty and mis-
nil-, these sturdy -North Carolina:
people have, with heroic courage ; '
lought their way to the threshold of ,
a new and glorious era of industrial
and educational development, I am '
Idled with hope for the future. Ours ito ,0 .lc ml.t. tht. best in
ure a conservative people. 1 hey f01.Itmtj0I1 ou Uiviue teaching let it
move slowly at lirst because they (.(llm. fl,,m wilat,.ver ,0lll.L.e, so long
move ,.nly from conviction, but it is M h u jM M.ponl wjll tu b;,,le aml
their history that tiny take no back- . ,la.mov mltll,0. We lie-
ward step in any great movement lor ll4,v,. u" nigoui denominations
good once begun. 1 hey are lighters (1.a u,.n,M 8l4,viltl0ll llfu.,. rt?I. .
not quitters. No human power can .(mv :,lst r,.t.oni pea(3e after due sub
stiy a mighty movement tor e.i-l lUsjj,M ti) tu wi ,, us.
Iightenmeutaud civilization such as . y M iu t,)0e t,mt aK
tin, cducauonal movement w hen once ;;niisl -ik.r;l,v cousijtent with the
begun among a peop e such as ouis. ; u, .t f,,,,, " , ; mv vsmlt or
I have no tear but that the move-, (i(1.nml u, b,.t by the dictates of a
ment hen once begun among a peo-. f jw J,
pie such as ours. I have no tear Individually, I belong to the M P
but .hattheii.oveme.it will gat her ,.,,,.,.,,. M, Vife and wmc of our
mon.entuin with the passing years. chMrvn M t the M K t.lHlrc,1
Demagogues and enemies of Dctnoc- , , , M .tl..i i.ui., ... .i... itiw
racy in its broadest sense may inter- j
pos their puny obstacles against Its !
onrusliing tide, but thev can do inil.e,t ,,i.,.o.,.i'iM, i ,n
uiore tl.a.1 cause te.nporarv eddies in
its current, lhev cannot stop or
change its mighty onward course.
l!a, k of it if a power m.ghter than l
this last report to I
I beg, in closin
your 1.XUIHIH1. io i.vpi.ss
p sense oi g.auume auu ia.-t-
latitude and last
obligation for your lovul support
ami wise counsel in an my worn ami ;
for the conspicuous sei N ice that you j
have rendered the State and her
hildreii by vour courageous champ
ionship of ef tj progicssive eiluca-
Very truly yours,
'.'. Y. JovsF.lt,
Supt. Public Instruction.
Impartial Account of Southern Lynhinp. j
I!av Stannard Tinker's artie
Lynching iu the South," which!
will ttiiil in the dauuarv Me- j
("lure'.-, is an achievement all too rare
iu thu discussiou of the negro prob
lem. Neither academic nor partizaii
i. is an authoritative study of the
cause which led to the recent out
breaks in State-boro. (!a., and Hunts
ville. Ala., by a .rained journalist
in whiMii huniaii sympathy takes lhe
place of sectional prejudice. Vith
no thesis to prove, .Mr Hakor isitcd
the it' tual scenes of these mob trage
dies, and obtained informal ion from ,
the very actors themselves, high anil
l.iu. bbick and wind: l he tact
that he inns so dra -
do more to break
down .he barriers of sectional mis
uudeistandi g I ban many an act of
Mr HakiT lirst describes the home
ly tamiliarit of the towns he visited,
lie saw no barbarians; the places
wire tvpicallv American. Iu llii-
snirit he sketches tlr
the Statesboro negro population; the!
dairvr from the float in" in- mo class:
th- poculiiirlviitrncii.il minder and
hiirniii'' bv negroes of Planter Ho,'. -
gs. his wiYeand threechildieii; tbe'two Lotties of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
i.romi.t iitteini.t P. foresiall a Ivneh-
im.' ami nr-serve the scaredne'ss of!
tli 'l i'.v: lb- counter feeling, even
among intelligent citizens, thai the
courts and the law weie not io be
I u-t. ! ; the foundation for this feel-
i,,,',:, !n .ere 'Ivnobin.r t,,u.i", bv
! he large percentage of local I i'-' That ollicediolding will ruin any
..i.L.j i.i,,. i.,ii ,,i-,,o,,iii.iii ..f'maii is a self-evide.".t fact. That
convictions. (Mr. Hakor disci linis
anv attempt at palliation of t lie out -
rag s; his facts, indeed, bear their
i iv. ,i credentials.!.
lie lMiiaiks furl her on theper-on-II-1
and psychology of the mob; how
gridiiaily they overpowered tlieniili
ti,.: how dramatically they were
wr .light up to their horrible crime
in tl... linrninrt ,,f tiin .i,.ro..s- l,u
bv the inevitable after-effects of
mob- aw, a chain of outrages on in-
spite of the attacks upon the lv noli -
ers bv the churches and better' class
of citizens, it was iinnossible to con-
i ti... e ..t 1...1...
ing svmpathv. worse. Hy the use of hodol Dys-
Mr liiiKer" regards this disgrace, 1 1HT" C',re,.1 he& to improve at
however, as tyj.i. al of the Old Soiiih,om' "nd ttftcr ''"S tottlM
nor of the New. And to show that
;. ti... .- n.inil. ......i,,,!;,., ..
breaking and a new tmblie ooiii-
mn lornung, lie cites tiie vigorous
action taken against the lynchers of
a convicted negro murderer in
Huntsville, Ala. These men were
promptly indicted for murder, and
denounced bv a muss-meeting of
citizens, and by flic strong papers of
the slate and the whole South. That
thev were not convicted Mr H.ik
ribes to the tremendous family 1
nun poinieai iamiiv set 111 motion.
ami also to the sincere feeling of in-
tclligent Southerners that, in con-
victmg tbem, a preccileiit would
hive been established that would
prevent Ivnchini for raw and
there are Jew Southerners who do
not regard this as h iieciwsnrv evil;
Yet Mr Uakcr rinds that thinkins
Southerners everyw here are saving:
"We must stop lynching."
And he believes that slowly ami
aguinst great difficulties they will
"The South," he concludes, "Iris
no lessons to learn from the North
in so far as the lynching problem is
An article by the same author on
"Lynching in the North" is promis
ed for the next number of McUlure's.
We awuit with deep interest another
such temperate and illuminating
contribution to onr national prob
lem of lawlessness, bnch careful
and honest work as Mr HaEer's puts
to flight our prejudices, and estab
lishes the rale of common sense.
even over the most unruly of onr
Tank to the SyHe.
. .. ,. 1
there is nothing better than DeWitt's 1
11- ti. .1 . .
P '- .ThZ do D?' kea
sysieni is num. pieawnt ana narm-. - , -and
Asheboro Prng Co. ! bow Drnj Co.
Mk Kiutob: Perhaps it would
U jn 0J 1U1J benelicial, even at
this stage of our writing, to make
( fow ,)ri.ftttor? reDlttrka ia order to
to'vollr ors, that the object
we j(l y. thp I)vllll,tingj of
mn. rffuI.u jn writj lh(Me lm.s
lh;ll ,m,t. .,,,,1, ttml what.
,y m.lv vet c lllm, tt ,,,, t,e I I
rvlil ou$ tU011ght art. altogether free
f , o iii?,.,..u f pre.it nr
.... ,1,.,, .,,. ,i:.0 :
,,Ut (.llurcn um, woli w;th
, ... i,.i.,.J -......'ii.j ,,f i,
L,, be Wlkshei, ttWav in t.'rossiM , tll9
.:,.,, ,i..,u iiL-. i..7,v,..
aru p,.,,,,,, the MiHhat lhcre
, f ,, . . ,
will rind pleasure and profit in unv
.,:J';(,1. ai. '
ilat teac es a larger faith in the
,,., lhfl mtienee an.l the vieh.ri-
ous persistence in Divine Love.
im,,. " ...i;:., .. tu. ,!,,. .i.:..i, ....
iml uf hXk-l in the invincible
love of the Father, working with
the dehberaleness and the calm of
omnipotence toward i's triumph in
the salvation of souls, involves a new
view of life, and presents new in
centives to duty. It suggests new
interpretations of discipline. It
casts new lights of hope and com
furt 011 l'f"' disasters. These vari
ous smuies upon inemcs reiaieu io
i , . ' ,.. Jt t..:n.
the belief in tiie final triumph of
" . 1 ' , .. . ,J,:i: ..
and hope upon the "glad tidings
that will serve, not only to deepen
the spiritual life of those who cher
ish this belief, but also to commend
it to many who cannot yet trust
fully in the universal or unbounded
We will continue our sketches
J. K. Hamilton.
I So More Slnmach Trouble.
I All stomach trouble is icinoved bv
! I he t '"d'l Dyspepsia I lire.
sU es the stomach perfect rest by
lige-ting what vou ent without th'
si i.nai h's acid. Tne food builds n)
the boil v. the rest restores the sto.n
ae'n to health. You don't hav
!iet yourself when taking Kodo
Dyspepsia Cure. J I) Erskine
Allenville, Mich., say--, "I suffered
i heiirtlHirn and stomach trouble for
some time. My sister-in-law hi;s had
i the same trouliles and was not able
' cat for six weeks. She lived en
1 tircly on warm water. After takin
she was entirely cured. She now
eats heartily and is iu good health
I am glad to say Kodol gave me
: instant relief." Sold by the Sland
ard Drug Co. and Asheboro Ding
! H ,,,iil'e to lu)l(l ofiice is matching is
1 'll'iratca by tiie fact that when Mr.
Harris, the Kepnblicau noinin.
j liovc' iior, made the race he
! nerauieii as tne nusiness man s can
I diihite. Now he is legging like blaze
i for the collectorthip nt present held
! by Mr. Harkness. When you fool
witu a reu-hot poker yon get buriKil
.ir. liiirris, is atio.it to get burned
lltf ist'lrcady burning for oflice.
! . Mr8 trick, of lute
I '", Ky., writes: '"I have been a
i peptic (or years; tried all kinds of
.remedies but continued to ifiow
and strength aud can cat whatever 1
i llke:'.' Th(Te " "t! ia ,he
world equal to Kodol Dyspep-ia
vure. it ingest wliat you eat. Sold
by the Standard Drug Co. and Ashe
boro Unig Co.
January a. Mr and Mrs D 0
King, of Asheboro, spent Christmas
at .Mrs Jj A rive's. Mr K W
llmreg visited his irraudfather at
1 rimtv last week. Mr J A Craven
spent A mas with home folks near
Uumseur. Mr B II Dawson visit-
led Mr Rnfus Craven SutunUv uml
Snuday. Miss Roena Coltrane
visited at Mr W S Oatlins last week
A salve that heals without a scar
is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, No
remedy effects such speedy relief. It
araws out inflammation, soothe,
cools and heals all cuts, barns and
bruises, A sure cure for piles aud
skiu uiseaes. J'eWitt s is the only
genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of counterfeits, they are dangerous.
com dv tne Standard Urug Co. aud
Asheboro iirug Co.
The Xnias t-ee at Flag Springs
Xmos eve was enjoyed by all, Mr
Hams An man is very tick with
fever. Messrs Carl Ridze and
Astor Cagle, of High Point, visited
in tnis section last week.
Coafhs ami CoUs.
AH conghs, colds n& pahndnary
complaints mat are ctirame are
X ' ri tia MtT IL , L" ,
inHajBinayoo ana heals and soothes
the affected parts, strengtheoa the
I iiivcnHhed soil, like impov
risbi'il I. low, liectla a proper
1 iti!i;:ci". A chemiBt by Qimlyz
; i In- noil can fH you what
:'i::iT to use for different
'i yiiir blood is impoverished
i" doctor will tell you wlint
i.i need to fertilize it and give
1 1 it rich, red corpuscles tUnt
' 1 rkinjr iu it. It may be you
o:-.l i) Ionic, but more likely you
I ;i concentrated fat food,
1 ! f.-it is the element lacking
y : i; 1 1 Hystclll.
!"i ":i' is no fat food that is
o.i.sily dijrented nnd nssiini-
1 I IIM
:)tt s Emulsion
Cod Liver Oil
' will i.uui'ish niul strengthen
! ..lv when milk and cri'iim
1 tit it. Scott's Emulsion
niwiivs. the Hinne; uhviiyw
lile niul always beiiclii inl
. ;. the body is wnstinjr from
v ciftise, either in children
U V" will send 0u a sample tree.
Ite Mire Ilia, tl.is pie.
Hue in tin- form of 11
label is on lie" v r.i''r
of every In Hie 01 laiiul
H1.11 vou I. III.
SCOTT k BQWNE
(09 Pearl St., Hew Yart
".He. ami sfl.CO.
Treasurer's kepert of Receipts sad Dis
bursements of School Fund lor
the Year Endlor June 30. 1404.
Received general state and
county poll lax $5,()4t 00
Received general property
school tax, '..'i'-)'i 15
Received special property
tax. levied under local
nets, or sections Tl or 1'-!
of the school law, i 1 7 41
Ueeeived speitial poll tax,
levied under local acts,
or sections TI or Ti of
the school law, !Mi C(.
Received from State Treas
Fines, foifeitures and pen
al tics, :IH3 15
Riceived from other sour-
Bui on hand .Iu ne 30, 11)03
i'.iid teachers of schotils
for whites, $13,070 3H
Paid teachers "f schools
for colored. 2,lKi uv
Paid for school -houses
und sites, 3, Till I'l
Paid 011 installment of
loan fund, 201 00
Paid County Supt, J M
Way, for last three
months of school year
ending June 30, 1903, K'3 Mi
Paid County Supt, J M
Way, for school year
ending June 30, 11104, loH 34
Paid County Supt, Win
C Hummer, bal due
him from the year
1900, . 19 00
Paid for Teachers' In
stitutes, ii T5
Paid Treofiuer's com
missions 2 ier ceat on
$21,6o9.T8, 433 20
Mileage and per diera of
County Board of Edu
cation, Expenses of County lid.
of Education, includ
ing stationery, postage, t4 25
Paid for taking censns, 8 50
Paid for book, map aud
seal for Co Supt,
Paid for repairs on
school houses for
whites. 299 2H
Paid for repairs on school
bonses for colored, 42 Tl
Paid for rural libraries, 197 CO
Paid for recording deeds, 1 0 00
Paid for fuel for whites, 313 13
Paid for fuel for colored, 19 4
Balance on hand June
30. 1904, 400 44
Total, 22,199 42
I, W J Miller. Treasurer of the
County Board of Education, certify
that the foregoing is a true state
ment of the receipts and disburse
ments of the school fund for the
school year ending June 30, 1904,
U I 4
Treas Co Bd of Ed,
Te Qoo4 Old Way.
A severe itold or attack of la
grippe is like fire, the sooner yon
combat it the better your chances
are to overpower it. Bat few mothers
in this age are willing to do tbe
necessary work required to cHve a
oiri-iasmonea reusoe treatment such
as wonld be administered by their
rranamotnera Dactea oy iSoscbees
German Syrnp, which was always
liberally Used 10 connection with the
borne treatment of colds and is -stall
ia greater household favor than any
known remedy. Bnt evsn without
the application of the oldfoshioned
aids Germxn Syrnp will cure a sever
cold id quick time. It will cure
colds in children or grows people.
it relieve tne concested orrann.
allay tbe irritation, and effectively
atop the cough. Any child will
fske it. It ia tnvaluabl im a house
hold of children. Trial six bottle.
35c, regular sise, 75c For Ml by
us DAMNUM mag uc.
THE QUIET LIFE.
, wtt.isc wish uii.l 1
h.we limit villi, milk. fields with
:iiu II.K-k. supply him with Altin:
Rim. In. rim lim'.'iiivnn'rtly liml
ll'iur", .liiys, i..ii1 v:ir. slult' mii hwiiv
In l.t'lllll. nl iMxty, inurf .f iniii'l.
iuiet by 'lay.
smiml s1h.'. by iilnlit: stmly niul case
T'WtllL'l luix'd; IWIH'I ri':rt'Utli.1l.
A;nl iiiiHH'cmv. wliU li nw-l .liK-h .l.-nsi'
Tliim lot lire. 11-s. i'M. iniknimii;
Thus iiiilaliii'iit.-'l lei mi- illf:
su-iil (nun llu' niir.il, unit m.l n slum'
Yi-11 vth.Ti- I II.'.
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.
"Now I luy ino.lovvii lu k'r:
1 .n.v On-1. ml i.iv if.i.l I., li.'i'l'."
Was inv i lili.lh...l M'.nlv 'n,. r
TauiUil l.y my iim.Hi.t'- Inv,' aid nil.'.
Many yi'iiisiiiivlli' li I.11U' llfl;
Motlicr hluuilA'i- uilii llir ikn'l;
Yet H'O'liiuk. 1 mi' her umv.
Will. I .ve liteyeau-i l.nly l.i".
As. kuiH'hliB I.; I.er-I im h. j.ray.
Hhe nenllv t,.tiht me ln.w In si.y,
"N..w I luy iwilowli t..le. :
I pruv the l.l'il 111 H.ul In keep."
oh! ttmhl the falll. .r 'h..hr.'. .lays,
l.hl.siul'l il lull.' l.y. 1111-of tin-t
ol. ei.ul'l ilo liiii.U-, J..... us trust
Ik' en-ale.) fr..m lliedut
Thai Hes an..u:.l II wauil life.
I he lruils.il u.i.uy u hitler slrlle!
Oh! ll.i'll at nii;ht iu prayer IM hetul.
Ami mil my o.hL my Father Krieml.
.Villi pray Willi .liil.llike fi.ill. ...lee lilur.'.
Tne praver u.v innllier tiiuKht lite nl yur.'
"N.m I lnyl.K'.l..wi.l..shvp:
I pruv the Lnril my s.u.1 In keep."'
A Busy Medic;:. j f.,r I...
Bring! OoUca II;".:. j :.'. i n.
nl Kl.lnev Trnul.les. I
ii,:. i.m.li. l.y
IIuLLITSR Dm il rollIMNV, Jlil.i.s Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
For sale by Asheboro Drugj
I will have a car load of
fine Horses and Mules on ex
hibition at inv stables Friday
and Saturday, Oct 7th and 8th
I shall be glad to serve U.
R. R. ROSS,
Ashebcro, N. 0.
Toyorj Farmers t Ton will cer
tainly have A Merry Chrlatmu
m ell m a prosperous, bappy
Now, to turare yoonwlf ft
happy new Tear every Tr.
ana all th ytmr throojf n to
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Iulvl tv.if USlvturiis.
nll'iinlii'rthr nun:,-, of out 10.00 noli-l
. i..il,'of hirlh, ili'iilh, Mr.
1 1 r V.-. V. II AKIll.l'h.n.. Lr..i .
. . iiUvi Ti minilssit mcr of Euih-ui inn.
2380 Qjarto Pages
1'2 l.lMatrslioiu. KwS Biadlnc.
i Colteftiate DttMiry i
.loP-ta. i4o llluatrauumo. Sue: 7KiMaji.
A Spc -i-l Thin Paper Edition D Luxe
, " A Tett in FronuAtiAtwil," inf. rt.L.
.'.!i illiiMtraieU pumphlcrts.
J C. MERRIAM CO.,
h. nrlarield. Maaa.
Do not be deoolved by thone who ad-
reraise fw.wi hewing Macbin for
be boojrht from ueoranr of our
deaion fromlfi.00to 118.00.
. Wl Hani A VAMIITV.
THE MEW HOIE IS TEE BEST.
The Feed determines the trenartli nr
weakness of Sewing Marhlnm. The
Ioabl Ftel combined with othnr
atrons; pohiU n taken the KtW Ifesate
the beat Sewing Mw.hiite to buy.
UM! ffrrPIDPIll 1D0 1?"- n-
II I lib IIH Itllllilll Hilil nyissi
ut uw mt am iihiri ci
Vm ft. X. Y., Cbieasfo, IfL. Atlaate, Qaw
Bt UmmM PttJlaa,TraBaa FrainnaiotQa
FOB 6ALC T
W. W. JONES,
A-beboro, N. C.
Sale f V
Valuable Timber and Land 1
uf .1. M. lihiwti.' uiul other
to im hifclut M.l'K'rtm ii.u iirtimtttcH of tli
heruiimfUT U'tTllHHt IuikI. nl (Imj nwldmictJ or
tlii-)uu Hnniy Hruuii. ikmifttl. in the County
(f Kuiidfiliih on rhurlitv. tlic '.tith tluv of Juti-
uury, lUOut oVItN-k M. (ho four rollbwttbg
lWl lU"t triH-tff Of Klllil, 1V1I1K lu'lllR u W'l'
CmiutU-wof HuiHlolth uiul MtHirvHb follmvi; Tiit
Tnict No. 1 Lvliijt nurt U'fiiKn tlf wUt of
Fork Ctwk. in KM Hniwer TuwnMilp, Coilnty
of Ktindolph unU ittntulnin net arrou. For u
full dtWhplKfll hW Ihu ItK'U II IU I iMHIIHil Mt OUt
in Uio iK'lition iuthiKCiiUM'd-ribtiiijpimH'I No.
1 inn! parcel No. 4.
Tiut t No. I.yhiK uiul beliiK In Uw County of
Ktuidolph mid fu Wvt Knm. r tnwn-hip nti on
Kwd Ciwk. Hini foiiiuininK '.' twx- mints or
lew. rorniitmplctuiUfii'ripiton (khj tin im-lt
mm iMHimlHH't oui in the iK'tUioti dchcrthing
parcel No. it Uienlii.
Tnicto. S I.yiuKUiid Ik-iiik In M(rc mid
U.ii.iii.lphCouiuluimi.i on Hwdy i'rwk, hih!
pli-U' dcM-riptlon mh- Hit- pel 1 lion dcM-ribtttn ptir -j
eel No, 3 tlu-rvln.
Tnift No 4 L.yiii(PHnii ih-mik in ine n
eorlewi. Thftotttl tiunit J
vilv tlmlHTiKl with nriiriiml
unmtli in lonu nti'l Kliort lent pino innl oiij.'itil .
oiik. H Ik Hi ll I'Htitiii, it i- nuance iitnt 1 it'll ib
iibnut frnir mtU- from Rnilnxul.
The onlrof thi' Court i fur inc to fHI flrxt
till the pine timlN-r inii(linr und in Inn n"
ttUllI ItUHl W fllt'll ll 1
u r one foot iiUivi- die
mi 1.1 tfiubei' n imvf two yi un- froii
tion of the wile in vfiirh t rvuuv
(nun wild '.ttml. A fu r ihu Hih oi
iiloreHiiid, then the lour trict i
docribml will Ik-m.Im m .titel
tlnilvr meOMiriiit; U fni h one fi
n tlmKr in
will l-ew.l.i In I. IH
1 the lauil
I'lhtr. mi'i ihe
lieiln-r it lie ti
rep -run to the
hiKheitt price olieKil lor them,
gel her or immtely. will le
Court. 8unl lund i- Mihji-et to
t of Can' A. BroHli.
or UshoI the Ntine.
Terturtof Mile one Hindi
month niul oniMhtni in i
ehuwr to jii-e Imml wiih .
uniNilit luliinri'of puielia
to be:ir inti r-t from the tl
slid fill . in h to lie wirvi
ment of the jmreha-f uiin
NoviiiilxrHl). II"' I
until toe liyl',h.i; -'
ADMINI-TUATOK S SOTM'K.
Huvinu uuiilllied n iidminhtrn'o! of t"
if Win. Wi'lloni,diieaMfI. ueiimtiife l.il
itify nil in-ionN iioiiiinu eii;.i.-
Miid etnle to preeet them to tin tnm. i
iH-t'utitber "111. n'5,or IhVlioiie
oleiidiil In liir of their
lint wiin epiuie are requeieo
Bv virtue of the itowem toiitninel In-ti tuort-
imtce detnl executed U Ihe umlerMKlieil 1 l'r n-
too Hiihiwtn Him reoonieu in hook iw. piRe
kiterrlortlcof Uuudulph county, IwilUrll for
vti to the mirneM waiter m me wun nonw
Mr in Ashetxiro. N. Con Monday, Keby til h.
IMKV. at 1 o'elock M. tlw follimiug dierirnit
lund hiiiK in Aflteboro towtudiin uud bomidod
Adjoining uie r inner mnns, jonn tewaiienniia
nlntc at u xtone on north klde of Cwharrie ivimI,
nt 44 pi (let to l.uuKhlln'M line, thencu on .Htk
:h'B corner, tiieiiee on oil due ortn vr ori
lini' South Kdi:HKiut l 14 llo
rmh : dK Wct ! le to a utone at Cwharrie
I, tliwuee with Huid roua Houth ouyt west i&
to the Uttuiutiij;, utntuliiing 4 acres more
Rv virtue of the powers contained in a niort
Rnue iIi-ihI extx-iited to the undmiKneil by Henr
Kuii mol (M ar Hutu oniric vaia, nayoi aiarcci,
iwm to M-eurv the laiviuent of the bond there))!
deieriU.it, w h ii'h uiortgtttfu ia duly recorded iu
ihenilieeof KextUTol Uevikof Kaudolph -County
in Hook li' puKe tit, and default having Ihtii
it'Vuhlu' uut-iiou to the highest bidder
t!Hi3, the following described real v
.undoi Nolnon fatUTHon, Jaine
lohiiMoti, Thujiim. fnith ttud otlnm
otifolliu; BeiclmilnK t a utn
tuue ravine' line by the Lilw
liinc north tt deKnu wet nl
rtitterMHiS uorniir in the
outh 'M rod to a tono i
Jiein eMmth rtid. KrecM. Kai ,1 a clniuMicnr tl
Liberty nmd, thence to and nlotnf Hiid nm'l I
bile t-iuuiu eontaininn; 10 ai res more or li
UK(. M. KIMKKY
Thi Junuury nl, 1!5.
liv virtue of the ntwer eotitaim-U in n tuortm
levd executed to the uiiden.llKii bv H.
Mi-UmcilundMife, Untttu MeUiwelt, and
ixmU-it in iMiok Ul, miKcSiuof lii ici-.u r tln e
Huil'loliih County, North Carolina, I will nell ut
iublie auetinu to the biKbeat bidder for cash at
thM.court Hoiiw diKir iu Ahebnn, orin Car
The followuiK tract of land in Cedar limn-
una. on hatuntuv Jan. w ltwo. at ix o eioiK
tow ox inn and tHiunded an fo Mowk.
HeuinitliiK at a Ntuku lu luiddlv of old plunk
enitt uith Hiid mud 47 nnln to uiUike itiMiid nmd
nnui in inv tinieweii ineciiiiB noii-tj line, ti
tiit'iiee inirtli fWl rtns U a black jio-k in Thou
Keaiiis' line onuhuil oomer, thom e went u ith .1
L. I'HilIii liiiefio l-K iod to a tuik, theme
meeting bou-u line, tlienee wmtli A I i dt
tti-st J nU to the tK'rUiiaiiti;. coutuhiiiiK 13 l-
Vliln i'w. th,
H. M. KKAKSH, tuiuucauee.
Elijah Muilitt Adiur. d. b. n. of Archibald K
titiiti deci'MMii va Henry Kuh. I Hill sell
court houe diMr in AHhetxiro, N. C, at i hi bile
tiuetinu to the hiKhe.vt bidder, at 1- o'clock M.
on KiitHrdav. theiKth da- of Januorv lOufl. tin-
follow tine deM-ribed real estate in the County of
Haudolph, Ixiunded aa follow:, ,
An undivided one-tenth Interest fii two ceetain
tracts oi laud,
First Tract. A tract of land eonta'oinic HI
. the waleri of LttUe River. BoKlnnJin at
lyiimana neinir in tnecountyoi Kandoinii
corner, thence Houth on hia line JiO ebaliiH
4tke. tiieiiee Kut if 1-2 clialutt to a hlw k ic k
thence North a ! cliant-i to a stake, thence
bat 16 l- ehnttia to a atake la KlltiHtV Hue hit
own comer, tnence Norta on bia own line an
Hlll'a4H 1-3 chainR to a black Jackie Mild Hiil
line, thence Went to the faea-liinintr.
Reference in made to a frruut from the Mate of
nonn caronna to Moeaee Kiun roconled in
book 16 K'e 147 In the office ol K. i-UT of
Heed if Handotph county for further deacrip-
A-eomi Tract. A tract of land containimr MO
acre, le excefttioim hereinafter uuoied, lybig
wenii iu wie wwiHT oi ftannoipn on ne
wutent of UHUuah'h Creelc. Begin iiIuk at a white
oalr. Hill'i rorner. nmnitifr theoi-e ;ouili on wild
Hillaltue84chamittoa ftae. Uieoce SVcKt
chairu aud au linkw to a black Jack, Ulll'a comer,
mcuce eouui bi cnaini to a mnte iu Einott s uue,
tlience Kant on aald Uue at 8 coatna croMdna a
branch, lu all U chains to a pan oak, tiience
North 71 rhaliw to a atakj, tlietios Weat to the
buKlnnini, mntainlng aoo acres more tor lewt,
aubiect however to 10a acres aold to Henrr.Huah.
Ze bet lee Kiish recorded in book 1 natce I'M in
Ihe offtee of the Heai"ter of Deeds for Kandolnh
1 "hi IX C kU. 1UU4.
KI.IJAH MOFriTT. Cow i
Dora L. Hedrlck,
Wn. R. Bejdrick.
In the Superior court.
The defendant above named will take aoticc
that an action entitled aa above ha been com
menced In the anterior court of Kaudo)h county
tT Dora L. Hedrick to obtain divoroa from the
defendant win. R. n end rick. ;and Uie aitld de
fendant will further talte notice that he la ite.
quired to appear at Ifac next tern of the Bopertor
court of Randolph county to be Ada ouihe
eeooud Mouday after tbe tint Monday In March,
. wt wun oouse in emm county in an-
'ton tilt y
aHE10O, JT. 0.
- ''The'hoA-rinj? "death angel"' ;of millions gets
...fa ,tMnn-a .lirMtarl U'rvan vnn llaa. .. ..' ! .
'Si' "'.J . 6 -rl"" " '"'" J
I KeH'uhi's .Siirb Cure for. Indigestion
. ;. .. ' ' . first fcottl'WFVee.
I 'sTAlDlfeD tjfeUO COMPANY,' Asheboro, N. 0.
W:'A. UNDER WQOD, Randlemaa, N. 0.
Spoons, Forks, Knives, etc.
have all the qualities In design, work
manship and finish of the best tter
ling silver, at one-fourth1 to one-eighth
' 4 Much of the sterling now on the
market is entirely too thin and light
for practical use, and is far in
ferior in every way to "Stivtr
' Plate thai Wears " j
.-. . Ask you' dealer for "IM? ReSEtt
. BROS." AToid tnbttitiitea. Onr fall
tnde-mark .is !184T ROGERS BROS.",
look for IU Sold by leading dealer!
, ereTTwhera. Before boyin irritt for
cat cttalogue "CL."
r - . WTamilATtOWAIt tltTBE OOW
MRtDCN BRITANNIA CO., Bttiim, CM.
1 will attend t'tha fqllowing
lectirjg the taxes tor tue yeir 1801:.
L O Sugg's, ' : -,' Brower township,
T B TysoW, Brower township,
Yow's Mills, '.' - Richland township,
Central Falls, , . . 1( FranklirmUe township,
Win i liviHi'. . RaniMt'eiatn tnwnehin.
I he tivxi-s a'ro jmat ,due and everybody is requested to meet me prom:
,ii i he.furegoing tiiies and places and pay their taxes. f
'this November 19th, 1904- "'" t
. r 4. t, T. J. Finch, Sheriff-
Largest Commercial Schools in the Carolinas '
King's Business College
.''' (INCORPORATED) i
Capital Stock $j0,000.00 (
RALEK1H, N. C. )
. Pullen Building, j
IniMvliliittl fiiMnK-tlnn. V? iilwi leiu-li ffcaili-kV-epltti:. Hhorthnnd. K'uuiuiiKlilp. by mull. Bii
Hiuiiv stiuly uiti Write uxlit? lor oiir Cuuilimuu. oili'it uiul IIIki Iinluceinc'iits.. Thvy uru dvo.
A.i.ln-. KING'S HVSINESS COLLEGE.
' ' 1 1 - . RijUlah. N. C. or Charlotte. N. C.
If You Wacnl
DisQocids .of all kincte,
Merc's. YpiWs and Boy's Cloth-'
BST " 'ing'Qvercoats, Hats, Shoes.
Dry Goods, Notions, etc. 4v
..You cafl do no better eitlier io 'QUALITY or PRICE than t
invest your.money in such goods from my stock. No misreprt
sentation. My reputation is back of my stock.
W. J. MILLER, i
llunilin Hciirhu'i tlie'uext section uf Aiheboro which we roposa' .
tlfrow upon the market and sell, for what it will bring in building lot cif
size to suit. This prtperty cqiisiats of about forty acres which lies to )
North of tbe SouthortT-Railway near the,iactory .ilistiict on "Y" stre
High street and a ce intiiinateoo of Smith street, and Is the most elevat
iu town, shady and healljif ul. I good neighborhood.
tJODie nome seeKer anu inycwor
lots are sold.
Armf ielpl M Xaxighlin.
Real Estrxte DeVlera. ' '
Southern -.Niursenj Comp'u
; , Oldest arid Largest Nursery in the State.
Nearly 3,000,000 Peadi trees
fall of 1903 and sDrhm of'1904w ..We
of 1905, eur usual' large- tnpply.pf .pple. fcaj, Peach,. Cbeiry, Pi
PrX-aus, English Walnuts,' fact all kiudaof trees that are .auccesaf
grown io our climate i tr4iilla.ppo,4 , ... . , . i
aj- vi ntc lor 1'nce iaat ana catalogue. --s
;'Js6lITHftN. NURSERY, CO.. Winchester, Ter
llf- U..-.. iL. J..L. kAMaAll.
and okildrens; aadmehfx-thoes'
Hata, Nottons, IMie rths 'aftd X3hi)dieit i Union 8uitd,' Facie
Hoods, Outings, CanynFbtnnotSnEfc. .'These goods were bought mi
prices an "we ea'n,tv WiC1n30e? oy gttihe Vour goods of ng, .
- We hav'e'over 100 Jairt ofNos. 3ajtfiladiei boei .which " we
kaie ot at ani below ceit." ' ( '
Thanking yoti f pastlators wC. hope for a conunuanceor same. (
v, ''. ; -jTwiroly,' . ...
' ' ' ' - ' "ftlOGE, TOX It COMPANY. I
TD1f Vble,liver pills. Tk
AVCKS'aT 111 S con t'p s'lobfflio
vcrauiui uwa i tsv hsi u
r(0) . ; .
times and places r the purpose of a
5th, a. m.f
5th, p. m.l
7th. a. ni.
7tb, p. ni. '
I CHARLOTTE. N. C. ?
I Piedmont In. Ev
aim gei nai. yuu warn, oviure inv w
aiild and shipped direst to planted
wilL have fur fall of 1904' and sr.
mlin i II n.iailH lw.ua 'w...niOUfl.
MUiafatttrod by the George De
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vr. aia mum. a