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l'RIOE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Wm. C. HAMMER, Editor.
Cotton loops again; playing round
11 cents bow.
Corker West of corkage fame whs
bound ove; to court Monday in 20
cases, post's ws a place where one
could leave liquor and l);tve it served.
The public coiiscinnoi' is greatly
awakened." Thure in a ilemuml on
all sitles for cKmii men in piililic
life. CriK)keilnes8 and graft uie be
ing run il'iwn and rottriiiii'ss and
corruption are being exposed, and
the boodlers and grafters and moral
lepers kick and squeal when they
are pressed or their acts ht exposed
IIuuiuu lifeat LiMl.,Fol.iiil,Ku.0i-i;i,
miiBtbe held exceedingly cheap w hen
it is considered thut the recent not
and bloodshed resulted in the num
ber of dead and wounded at more
than twelve hundred. On last Fri
day and Saturday hundreds of in
nocent people were killed. The
trouble came about in this way, live
hundred working men of Lodz nut
and discussed the political situation
u brutal usauult was made by
dragoons and cossucksof the liuKsiuii
militiary killing quite a numlier,
Independence Day at Randleman.
KandKinaii July 4lh. The Junior
order celebrated the "liUu-ioiis
fourth" at liundleiuuii. The r.
ercises wele held in the laie audi
tnriiini of the new iriaded m-IiooI
building, under the mispiei'S of Ih
liumllrtiiuii council No 31.
Mr C' A Lamb made the uihhv.-
welcoming lie iieoiile to the new
graded mIiuoI building Mini lulm-
ducing tliv speaker, Mr John .M
Julian, the well known editor of the
iNilisbii' y Kveuing Test.
Mr Julian made an vloijiient and
patriotic address, the address being
well received and iheieakei receiv
ed eoniplimenls from ilie lare
Mr Julian ,-pi'ke of civil ami
f-cli'siaMlical lioioliiui1 as embudied
i" the Declination of 1 iidcteiidi'iice,
contiastiii: old lib-a.snf A UMtiiaiilMil
m ith latter day ideas, . i-.ikilii; of Ii
celise culistiued if! lilirrtv w 1 1 h refer
ence but h to eiiipluvee ami employ r
depm'ating the idem thai an employee,
native or alien .-Imnhi insist upon
an advantage Mi'iiivd l.y fun-e and
cotitiary to the f u iiuioi :.tal idea of
our gicut dial t of freedom, every
iniiii being endow oil with the rijint
of life, liberty ami tiie pursuir of
T:.e .-peaker dvvtl! upon i migra
t n n iUoin,L' from twelve in sidents
from U'ifliiitgliin to UiKieevelt, take
lug k-tir wiili the prevalent idea
aiveatad bv .Ini.ieir orders in tins
el.ite ami advoi'uied the establish
ment ot a bureau of i uiniigratiou
living ihatoiviiig t.itlie scarcity of
labor l lie foreignei is coining any
way, and why not arrange to get the
Of the million w ho last year more
than ever before, who came to our
whores To ier cent located in four
hirge cities, already congested in
point of population. The increase
trotn Hungary, an undesirable people
from ISstn to'lsvo was l.'Mprr cent.
From Hussia the iucnvasje was 132
per cent, these being ctteil to illus-
ir.-.te that those people are opposed
to all forms of government and can
not discriminate between liberty and
Wkile the foreign born population
constitutes oue-teiith of our popula
tion the native born illiteracy in
cluding the negro is but 4 i;-i"(i per
cent. J he illiteracy of the foreign
population is Vi. !M i per cent. Kif-
U-en per cent of whom do not speak
He spoke of the public schools,
citing that Massachusetts bad in
I'.MKl, 4'J7,44S wage earners and that
the total wages were 2H,24,44H,
w ink North Carolina with TU.S'.K
wage earners only had total wages of
ld,sti,4JU; that the average earn
ingsof a North Carolina laborer ii
less than $!2UU jer ymr and that of a
Ala8sucHusctU lalairer more than
$300 a year, intelligent cultivated
In closing Mr Julian sjajke ebt-
ueiuiy oi the nomc life and the
A large Hag was presented by the
Junior Order, to be raised over the
new and haudsouiu graded school
building. It was accepted in a brief
but appropriate speech by Mr W F
Tally. The Bible presented the
school by the Junior Order, was ac
cepted by Key J 11 Bowman. Much
credit for the success of the occasion
is due to the committee having
in charge the programme, Messrs 6
W Swain, C A Lanibe and W F
In the afternoon, Prof Way coun
ty superintendent of public instruc
tion, made an educational ftddraaft
wtucb was most appropriate and in
teresting as well as eloquent and
suitable to the occasion.
The decorations were besatifal
ad artistically arranged by the
ladies of Randleman.
Mr Tiela Colli as sqd others assist
ed the committee in toe preparations.
Mr Collins gave much tine and
labor in the preparations and de
eryet great credit.
Music was farnuhed by that most
excellent nana, me Jnngton Cor
Bet Band,: eemposed of fine musi
cian. Ye ar liable to aa attack of some
fans ef Bowel Complaint and should
pronde yourself with the best knowa
remedy, Dr geth Arnold s Balsatf.
jMTutd by Standard Drag Co.
Many Items that Are Sure to
James M Palmer, of Jamestown,
.Tamne R Kerr u well-known im-
ployee at Spencer died Sunday of
Threshing machine engine ex
ploded near Danville Monday kill
ing four men.
The case of Thos Dewey, bank
defaulter is being tried ut Newbern
l'eter Faust, aged 55 years, dird
recently in Alamance county. The
deceased was one of the largest men
in the state and weighed 348 lbs.
A cloud burnt tit. (ilmiitiiiim.
Mexico, submerged the town doinir
$1,000,000 damage, and killing a
large uiiiutier ot persons estimuteil
at, from 500 to 1,000.
The Baptist mid summer meeting
at Jackson Springs, c o n c 1 u d
ed its aession Sunday. These meet
ings are like Jewish feasts says Mr
J V Bailey. They have ueithei
president nor secretary. Ihey meet
to talk and commune together and
enjoy ten days' outing.
At the biennial convention of the
Kappa Alpha fraternity held in
Asheville last week, the following
ollicers were elected: Knighf Com
mander, Kd Chambers Smith, ot
Kaleigh; Grand Purser, P McCou-
nell, of Alabama; Grand Historian,
V O Kobertsnn, of Jackson, Miss,
editor of the Journal.
A correspondent of the News and
Observer writing from Greensboro
says: There are 700,000 people of
the nearly two million peopl" of
.Noiih Carolina, in a radius ot sitv
miles of Greensboro. Within th.s
radius are 85 cotton mills. In these
nulls are 28,000 looms and 780,000
spindles and 1 4,000,000 of investeu
enpital. In this radius also are 5K
furniture factories, 8 chair factories,
I '-' hosierv mills, dozens of all kinds
of lumber manufacturing plants,
roller Hour mills, tolacco, cigar and
cigarette factories, and a majority
of all the high schools and colleges
of the State. Greensboro alone will
soon be the home of six colleges, has
extensive system of graded schools
and thirty distinct lines of manu
facture, embracing otton goods,
wood-working machinery, furniture
shoes, tobacco, cigars, saw mill,
stoves, cornices, boilers, bobbins,
shuttles, spokes, mantels, maible
work, plows, wagons, plumber sup
plies, terra cottit, brick, artificial
stone, wood fibre plaster. Hour, ice,
carp.'ts, brooms, overalls, shirts,
Death ol Rev. T. L. Tray.
Sunday at his home at Liberty,
liev I I, irov tlepurted this lib
leaving a wife and one son, DrThinl
I roy, of Atlanta, Ga. ror manv
years he served as city missionary at
lui nam and as Colporteur of th
American litble Society. He was 7'i
vears old and had spent his life in
kindly deeds as wel1 as preaching the
gospel. 1 he announcement of his
death will carry sorrow to many a
soul w hich had been encouraged to a
better life by his sympathy and
practical aid when all others had
forsaken. Greensboro Telegram.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
There is much blindness on the
side of morals. To live within the
letter of statutes and the ten com
maudments is the idea of too many.
I;; the days agone criminals moved
along a hue of knock down and tak
not so now. Wealth at whatever
cost is the plan now. The craze is
wide spread and it is given the com
There is complaint that the
sheriffs of the counties in this Stat
are not doing their thity in enforcing
the temperance laws of the Sta
We are forced to believe that in
some instances at least thereisasug
gestion of truth in the allegation
A sheriff takes a wd-mn, binding oath
that he will obey the laws, not that
he will delegate the duty to deputies
mi that he will do it so far as
within his power so to do. Every
sheriff who does not obey the oblig
tiou should resign, and if he does
not resign should lie forced to do
or lie punished for failure to do his
There lies in a dark, still dungeon
in Wake county jail an old man. Isaac
Rogers, who angered beyond mea
sure at the outrage noon his irirl
almost a mere child, by a well grown
handsome well dressed society man,
committed a basly crime. The
poor old man should not have taken
the law into his own hands, bnt take
it any way now, there is hMU left of
life for him. His home is ruinnt.
The idol of the old man's heart has
been destroyed beyond recovery
While a Wrong was perpetrated yet
the man wbo entices and leads away
from the paths of rectitude vir
tuous woman deserves all the bullets
be rets, yet there was a freal mistake
made in this, as ui all other cases.
where any one ndertakes to take
to law ib his own hands.
In the death of Secretary Hay. m
wi ums gnmian stacasnea c noder
times ia lost to the world. Mr Hay
died at hi kweas ia New HamMhhw
oararoay or lam weet.
The Secret of Good Coifee
Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of
coffee -without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly
blended coffoe such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their
counters won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored
LION COFFEE, the leader ot an package eofltti-
the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily
welcomed iu millions of homes and you will make a drink fit
for a king in this way :
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
P LION COPPER, bwanso to tot but Malta you mmt on tha beat code
Grind jour HON COVPKK ralhor flue. l a " UIleiKonful to aack cup, and ana
extra lor Iho 110U" Flral mil It with a Utile cold water, anouKb to make, a JUak Matt, and
add vihite at in ore (if ttt la to ba need aa a aelUer), then follow one of the following rolaa i
1.1. WITH BOILING WATEO. Ada bolltna water, and Irijt boll
THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add ai little eold waiter aaa act aelda Ura
anlnulce to nrttle. Serve proaaptly. . . .
Id. wrm COLD WATr tt. Add jroaar cold water to the pearte emd
bring It to boll. Tkea set ao4dr,a4d a Utile cold waiter, aa la live
amleutea it's ready to eerve.
8 (Don't boll It too long. ,
-J Don't let It stand more than ten minutes before eervln.
DONTS (.Don't use water that haa been boiled before.
TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE,
lit. Wttk faa.t'aa part of the whits of an agg, auxin Kwlta tat rroasd UOH
CTriKKWICeUl "water lnetead of ecra. After boiling add a daih of cold water, and aet
Insist on fjettlnfj a package ol genuine LION COFFEE,
prepare It according totals recipe and you will only use
LION COFFEE In future. (Sold only iu 1 lb. aealad packages.)
(Lion-head on eTery package.)
(Save those Lion-heads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLS0N BPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Randleman News. '
Miss 8nl lie licUd i nil ii visiting in I
Asheville for ton dvi. '
Miss Mary l-Vrreo lnus returned!
from a visit in tireeiislioro.
15ev Mr Mcl-'ailven iiiul his wife
aecomjiutiii'd by their daughter, of,
lu in Ik ilium county, arc visitmi; Dr
1 iiul K .McrudYen, one of liaudle
man's leading physicians.
Miss Month, of Klkin, is visiti iij;
Miss Kllfii Marker.
Miss Jessie Woollen is at lioine
from llisjli l'oint f i few days.
Mrs lin'gs, ot Hii;li t oi ut, visit
.'(I Mrs liiyant Tuesday.
Miss Mozelle Hicks returned Tues
lay from a visit to Aslielmro. Miss
Annie ltlaii, who iiccotiip tiiied Iu r.
is here fur a few davs.
Mrs L D Mendeiiliall au.l eliild-
reii have f;onc to Wilniington and
rigutsnlle tor a ten das slay.
Miss I'aisv mniherlv, ol Alu-
maucc fount v. is viiting her aunt
Mia IVnnis Hardin.
Mr Oscar Wooslcv. a sou of iire-
sidiiii; elder ,1 K Wooslev of the
Wavnesville distiict who in Kandle-
1 1 iu ti a few days last nec k and this
iu the interest of limlf.nd College.
Dr S 1! Turrt ntiin jo-esidmg
liler of the (irccihoro distiiet, was
iu liiitidleinan on .MkiiiIiiv.
The base ball game Tuesday
it'lei nmui Liettviei, Kandleiiiail and
Mil 1 1 ivt at Kandleiiiail was not
.'iniiileli'd. The i.'anic was called
olf at the end of the third or fourth
inning owing to he severe rain
Venn. At t lie time the fame was
ailed tie' score was I ty . in favor
f Kanuleinan. Kend'cinaii hatler-
ics. Kussell and (.'nojier: Millhoro,
Allred and Patterson.
Mr and Mrs .1 f Sumner, nf ,ln
I ih ii. are visit mj; Mr I Sunnier.
The Fourth al Kandleiiiail was
celebrated under the auspices of the
.luuior Order in a most ainiriutr
luaiiucr. In another eoliimn will
lie found on aitiele giving- an itc
eount of the lroeeci!ins.
There was an unusually large
crowd here an Tuesday lillinf; tiie
large mull tori u in to overllow ing,
while hilildreds reinained on the
At the base ball in the afterhonn
were assembled great crowds of
young people from Kandleiiiail and
elsew here, there living considerably
more than 1,000 present.
There were many people from the
country here Tuesday and many
from Asheboro came in buggies and
on the trains.
Mt. Olivet Items.
next v.ar wire
I n.feluiws: lie, II A Alltrivhi. l'r,-s:
MrS II l.'ia-hanlsoii. i,-,..'r.-s. li.s l,a
MhriRhl. Sh- un.l Treas. A is tiW fn.tii
a Uistanee win. were pre-aa-nt we il..lii-e,l Mr
av Man nf Saxupahaw ami Mr l!uvrt An
titan, of Steed, an old stndeni of Ml nliiet.
Miss l ima Suu!.. is ejt, i...l hi.nte fr..in
drwaisUir.. W.-dau-silav i.. see her father. Mr
M T S.iio; ivlm is verv'siek.
Mr T II Tysr wh.,' lust h.ins,., I.y lire.
si.laB. tain. ae. ic..i,ni, iie-d n-laiiihliiaj-Minnlar.
Mrs (1 W Te..-.,e is .. thenek list.
rhri-taun tltn.ii.'ti all that
..lnete.1 l.y Rev LuMaiu-r
IVm-eful lie la.r
ri-at-efitl lie he.
she no tin are will
C'ay'l Chapsl Items.
Our fannera are bwav laying lit- corn, mow
The train crop ia a fatltare in tliia aortion.
Mr S (Jeo t'agla, whrme illneaa we ecentlv
iK teil, growa gradualy worse,
Mr liaary IJuderwaod, an ageil citizen, ia
erionaiy ill and bias recovery ia douhtfiil.
Misa L'ornie Caudle, of UaiidlctnaQ, is Wait
ing her aaaat. Mm aWziah Pugh, f.ir a few
WORD that woHU '
K ratfarst Dr.Tutt's UvarPHUaaa.
Art roat caamtloHadT
Treabaoal wrtta haaUtHitfT
Tfska Ko SvbstHttte.
ANY eat theaw avnptaena aaS ajianrr stksrs
kaSataata laactaoal of tksa UVbat.
Cool Spring! Nsws.
The M K .iiarn rly mwlinj,' will Iw liflilul
lliiniell's I'liaipcl. Jn'lv IHh.
Mr ami Mr Win ellaniel, ..r (iraham,
vi-iiedal Mr V II M.-laiiiel laat week.
Mr. I A M.l'iiuiel, nf Brown, l'nl laat
l-l i.;.v ami atur.lav at Mr W II MelhlllH-rs.
Mr- (' II liiiitili vi-Mied her iireiilJ, Mr ami
Mis t'hi-ck. at Mill Crivk laM Friday.
Misea M.ogan i and Allie Walker attended
the latiMii;4 and ll.'iiui'B- p-iiiiioii at Haul--4-nr
Mr W II Mi l'ani.1 - n' la-l Si.uday al Mr
.! A M.-lMuiel s at llr.mr,
! he lrd iK'itnilliiiK. ' l-'land
will fill hi- apiMiiilineiit- h.-r.-1 lie third Sun
ilav in ImIv.
Patterson Grove Items.
Mr M F llieliar.U..n. ,-l U'U 1 .int.. jieiit
Nininlay and Sunclay ilh In- Mienis.
.Severd el iir Hle -'lit Milldav at llam-s,-ur
al the l..lin.- IsiiHiMnii
Mr W II West and wife are vc.y iek,
ihi.uli we ure Iikuhu iliev nil! rju m-ovor.
MrS M fn.l.i,Hl. ,, (tray's Cliaijl,
Wim MrJn.i llikin.ia .Mtnpi.iv niailit.
Mr William Wav, ( Ik.rliiijt.vl. i nuw
vi-itii K Mr W II iVst.
The fat-uer -l .ut i-..immnil -,ty lli.it drj
w.miIii r l l.urlni llie i-.ire i-i
Why Not Items.
liev M I. ll.irl.-v preavlieil la.-. Sunday.
Mi-s V..I..11 l.ir.-iu i- M-ilin,.' at Ml
Mis-Tal'ilha l.iii'.l- i- il-ilii'J lnT lter,:
Mr l'attii- ( "X. near I'l-iwll.
Th- i.i.ti.u-i.'i tn.-.-lillK will e.inimeniT
h. -i!.e -e nlNiiidav iu Attpw. liev "
K Sai I A-1.. I. will asH.st Pastor law
Mi ('.irj ie .sj-'ii. it is alien. lini; the in-ti-
t eat.- al Carlhaui- tin-" tk aaa.l nail ieuen.1 la
few .lav- ii-.in.i,' irL.tm-Ji near Ihere.
Mr-'.l A Kiniiand lianlit.T, Mm Vuacan-
n 11. . ( Mar. aav Mfilaaii; al riifdl Point and
Mrs l Aaain.ui, J Aslael.it-., lus Wen vi-it-
Mi-s,. li.a and ll.-ssi,. Aiaatiiiii an- siaend
ii.g this w-i-'k here ith relatives and friends.
Mr Flank llialiaa and several oUaera fr.mi
Klh'-l .-aim- tap I" pit-achiaa Snitilay.
The t..i.aashi. .Siau.I.ay arh.l eonvetllinli
will la- held al Ne' ( enter the 1. nulla Nan
t'liil.lrea'a's l.av will lie held here s.m, -
Mr T .1 l.llas is having a tiiec r.t I
I'.eilt a! S,aL'r-ve
Messrs .1 I. Sn'iHrr and I. A Kintf si.ll
.-s.nmi.iv ii. the ii.-i'lilH.rh.uHl ..I Lnton (.r..ve.
Mr 'and Mr-I red auk went to Cnrtl..ip
Wast Ramsegr Items.
Ma- I. Ilaiixn-K caiates to the frolll t la a
vear u illi the iirst (sitt.in hloom, Jane I'Slii.
Kaanali-l laille, win. held a series ol
meet in's heiv. ill. miuialiil liy pictures aaad
hrave ailvenline. Ialle.l In naenll.in Ilie awtui
erisc.s he i- i.i.u- fiiriniz in a etiurt ot law.
An itiinsae.il Kiitisiti(i took place here last
Sunday. At II nrioek a. m. Kev " I
Fraie'r pastor i.f tlae Holiiiest eatlrch, at litis
plats-, luplised fi.iirt.-en in tlae reenceiif tier
lari;.-st i rew.l ever aei"n al a baptising hen'
aeed ill the- altcm-iii liev .1 V PaUoll, af ill.
ChraKtiaii t'htirt-li UijuisisJ three. It rain,
very near leeitiit a tw in baptising.
( ine '..f ...it up to . laic farnieiei who pair
elans...! a i-ut a wav hamiw lait fall, to pre
pare his w heat laud accidentally found ii last
week l.y riinuiu Ills rear agattiat II in tin
lield w here lie lell iU
Mr Hridge ('hrist-u luid the tiiisfortune, last
wis-k. tn gt Ins hand co ha.lly torn in a ma
finite at the Novelly Works here, aa to tieeea.
satate the aiiipntati.in if three of bis fingers.
Mi-,,.- I vll., Il.ildn-in ail. I Flora Smith ai
visitmi; relatives mid frienda at Jouole.ir.
Mr und Mrs Knoch taUuun, of Krv-nch.
visinsl their daughter and family, Mm Sallie
tATeilv, laat week.
Mr Mark Martin au.l family, nf High Point
ranie ilium Saturday to attend the I Hun
Miiwra Henry linwdy, nf High Point, anil
C'harlea Itrowee, of ( iilonville, who have
lusi-n visiting relatives; and fripnda iVre, huve
rtaturii.-. to their lionu-s.
Vaaiie a tntinU'r of .Hir iienple went to
(.reetisiB.ru. Sil.-r t ttr ami oilier place, n
t-i'lehrate (tie glonoua rourtlt.
Mr T 1 lane and daughter Miaa llrta.
I of ( ireeusliore. visited vapt Lane laat week.
Miss Maria rount, of tin-snsliorii. ia sjiond
. ini: a few dues with ndattvc in uawa.
! Rev Ura 1. I. I assitrr returned laxt Hatar-
, dav from a very pleasant visit to Virsiuia.
i Mr Th,a 1) l'arka sj-fnl .,M Sunday widi
. Mayor W hitehead.
Miaa Nnra Whitehea.1 retnnietl laat week
! from a visit to Fayettvi!le and Saiifnrd.
.Mr Win Marlev, of Marley'a Mill, visited
I at Mr and Mra 1 B Carter's last Saturday
' and Stindav.
Miaa Ikira laughlin, of Kandleaaan, ia
a apendiug aonte time with Ian- sister, lira 1 V
: tl irtlin who luu an attack of fever.
: air Vinto Cohle and Him Maine Cbrtie, of
. I.ala-rty. visiteO al Mr D A Curtis' last baa-
' Wlaeu Oreck ineeta tii-vek thea oorao
I the tag of war." Thrra it wa last Hatarrla.
when the two nioea of the fairmuir taaeoriea
. of the town met oa th diamond her. It
waa a hard and close frame, the aeora ataad
I ing 13 to IU in favor of the Ramaenr Fnrai-
' lure Co laoya. The Novelty Worka hoya aay
The inatailation of the otTioera nf laanptta
Lodge Na 144 A F A M a-rurreal at the
naptiat church last Haatnrday night, Kev J
W l'alton delivered a powarftd and aenoassnt
addrara on Maeoarr to tba tmrse
preawt. After tiie aOkLresa Mr T L Chia
boka, of Sanford, inatailed the daly vlerttd
omoera in a eery grace-rm ana nappy aaanaar.
The memhera of the Lodge later oa had area
work to do after which ice cream, cavks, her
nasaaa aad Optra, Aaaeaa the Tanttsuj ata
anna we antirad Meaara Uuvh Parke Jr. II M
WeatherlT, Louia Feattriaa, T If Jeanut aa, T
i Kind. H Manet and M U Parka.
M na Vellie HeoU at Tiattuw frtaaxas ia
ke 1 W Pattor. filled hia ' pnlpet ia the
CbrwUaa cbnrrh laat rtuaday peeas-hiaa; also
muuMaaa. Tba rite of haptian was adjauMt
sared to lour conTerta aa the aitexnoo.
.Several inenilaera of Hanks Ixvdgi' alleiided
the pulilii- iiiKlalUlion of the ollieera of
Marietta Loilgc at itoniacttr Snturdav night
und resjrl u splendid tituo. The l.iH...ue
order ia rupidly increasing ut llain-eur as
well aa in nearly every oilier community in
the atate and miach good will lie aivoiiiplish
eil l.y ao many good honest gciatleinaii l.tni.l
itig them solve together for the uphuilding
Knv J F'Allrud will preach the funeral., ol
Mra l.ticiiida Trtagdoai und Mr Win Harrow
at Mt Talxr .Ini Suiuiav in July.
Mr and Mrs latilier lirks, of Smith Caro
lina, are viailiug relalives and frieuVs lacie
Mr and Mra John II Knae made a Ini-ine-s
trip to Oreeiisl-riro Motidiiv
Mrs H A llussell ia s.,'isli,v. it few .lays
with relutives nt (lialf this week.
Mr liceco Williams, of High I'liiul, was in
town the lira! of the week.
Mr Charles Cox, of (in'eiisUmi, is Iter
a visit and in spile of the hot wealher he i
aa supple ua a young man of less tl an I'l
stn era - its u line girl tit his laaausc.
Mr W S liusM-ll, of (ia.lf, passed thri.'.Kh
town one day last wivk on his wav to I 'ole
ridge to visit hia hnather, Thos Kussell.
Mr Wm Tiiaett u-eitt to Siler City M. na
ttily to look after the latiililing of a .otliiii
mill which is la-ing erected at that place.
Mr ami Mrs .lames Wremi sjw.n Salianla
night and Sunday with .1 II Fcntriaa anil
Mr liussic Tip'll lias moved his family
to the house receiillv vacated liy Mr A V
An ice cn-atu sitpM'r will lie given nt Mr
T A Slack's Snturdav night lav the linn of
llrny aatd Tipja-tt. Aline string laaml will
Itiruisli the iiausie und evprylsnly is invited.
PrT 1 Fox anil family visited relatives at
Mr T A Slack apont a few dayu at tiieens
Uiro Ins! week.
Mr Kitaaell Stuart, of New York, ssut a
few days ot his father's, Mr C K Stuart, the
ftrat of the wt-ek.
The Township S 8 Convention Sunday was
welt attainted and was a success throughout.
There ure eight schuola in the township und
nil ttutile good reiKirti. mail will jauy over Id
dollars this year for county and state work.
The following officers were elected for the
i.iisuing year: C II Julian, prea; li W Jor
doti, vi.-e-pres. and J 1 C.iward. secy.
r .1 A Carpenter aia-aat several ilavs al
home tliia week.
Mr Core Heitmaii, of IHuh l'int. visited
his mother, Mra J F llcilman, Suliduv.
Mr June Harris, of Durham, visited friends
d relatives al Trinity this week.
Mrllundlev, of llavidsnn Collein'. is signal
ing a few days in the village.
I he iiiany frienahi of Bliss Itessie Ihiatlnp
re rejoiced e have her with Uiem aagaill.
Mr Charles McCanleas i at home from
Vonderliilt where lie haa siicaat the tstst
year in college.
.Mm lleitinau la visittuu friends iu Hiscoe.
Stock and Poultry Farm,!
O. U. Hinshaw, Prop.,
Route No. I . Cllmai. N. C.
Single Condi Bmwii la'gl..un aaatl Harris!
Plvmotith Hock ( Ian-kens.
TtZKZ , Fi"" 'i"1'!"' i''
If t J from registered sl.s k.
1 Four lirst I'remiauna
, mimJ. and Snecjiatakes o n
-T f (ia!lll, ((,! (,.
Una Fair, also two finds, a second and three
third premiums on Chicken. 1 a egirs for '
f l.uu. vt rite lor pncea on pigs and poultry, i
9 per. cent.
Desirable Property for Sa e.
Would You Call 9 Per Cent,
Clear of Insurance and all
Taxes a Good Investment
I have three houses, lately built, with 10, 12 and
7 rooms, located in a desirable part of Asheboro,
150 yards from Sunset Ave., and within five min-
utes walk of the post office or any of the factories.
They are all under rental to good and prompt
paying tenants, and several new residences are un
der way in the immediate neighborhood.
Land is rapidly growing in value in this part of
the town and good judges say prices are liable to
double within a year.
If anybody has money lying idle or drawing six
per cent on a mortgage, you paying the taxes,
come to me and I will sell you a safe investment
showing 9 per cent clear after insurance and all
taxes are paid.
Baptist University for Women.
abiphaiaH given in the Aria, Science aud IM.i.tojihy; in Music iu Art tud
in Kxprrfwion. Cmiraea of Study einiiJar to tLixe in Imyn collwee. Recita
tion periods, one hour each. Faculty ol ait liun Mml twenty-four women.
School of BilJe taught ly a full graduate of Wake Forest Ad Newton Theo
logical Seniiuarr. Thorough lliiHineHs Courso. Excellent enuincjit fir teach
ing Chemirttry, "Biology, und l'liysim. iSrh(l of MumV, with a Faculty of two
ten aud nix women, and uumiriaod iu the South The comfort of etadenU
looked after by a lady priiiripul, lady physician, two matrona and m num.
Board, Literary tuition, ihait, Lighta, jt.itha. Fee for Physician, Nurwa and
Library, $1U3 per session; in the Club from $10 to $15 lean. No discount
to any; ererybody ays eiaotly the eanie ratw. lie lie vol to be the cheapest
(chool of iu gratfe in the South.
For further information addmn
President R. T. Vann,
CCLD MOULDED CYLINDER
IV Bauaea far aaa aa a ra f CrfhatW TaAaaf Haatltta
rm rrteo, raHtfiM
Cyander raMapiaiiea frwa M $lf
ceujHsu rnoNessArn ccm?any,
T IttHIl t
" -artaa-.'"' Hajf '
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J. V. HUNTER. M. D.,
Asheboro, N. O.
I uy ealts answered from Aahehoro Drug
Night calla uuswcreal from tlto Central
Build Your Own House-
7- due iiitiitinxi town iota at
Apply to J. T. llrittnin, Ashc
Uaro. N. C.
W. D. STEDMAN & CO.
Heavy and Fancy Groceries.
Depot St. West Side liailroatl.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
College of Agriculture
AMD .MECHANIC ARTS
Offers practical industrial
education in Agriculture,
Chemistry, and the Textile
Art. Tuition $30 a year.
Board $8 a month. 120
West Raleigh, N, O
Our Southern Farmers oan aavtj far-
tilizor bills and Increase their revenue
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
l.v sowinir Ciimsun Clover at the
lust wor'ving of llulr Corn and
Otton crojw. It Is the htt time
to sow and you savenn extra pWp.
BTHtion of the hind. Crimson
Clover 'nnkes laml rich in humus
or vet' . mule mutter and puts it in
excellent condition for the crops
which follow it. It alto makes
A (in. w;nlr cover erop,
An eicsllant grazing crop,
A good urly fersgs crop,
A tplondid Mil-impnubig ttif.
Plowed under earlv In the anrlno.,
it increases the yield ot corn, to
bacco, oot ton or other crops which
follow it, to n wonderful extent.
Our sales of Crimson Clover seed are
Itiereaslna; enorimmdr every year, and
vre are to ay tie tarfeat dealer la
Uats seed In the rtill.il Mite".
Write for rrlces anil cltenlaft Hrlvtns
Information about IMS valuable trtrp.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsman,
Wood's Deriptlv Fall CatatotftM,
IsMii-d In AuKiit, tMls about H arm
nud Gordon Sooda -Tor Fall Flont
Ing. Mailed freoon request.
J. D. Simpson.
Raleigh, N C.
We are in the market for you trade and are offering
Hardware at prices that will get it. We have a full line
of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Builder's Hardware, Steves,
Ranges and Hollow Ware. We keep all kinds of tools for
the Farmer, Carpenter and everybody else. (
Barbour Buggies, Nissen Wag
ons Champion Reapers
Mowers and R&Jces
We keep Window and Door Screens, Kitchen Hard-'
ware, Cutlery, Agate Ware, Rubber and Leather Beltings,
Steam Fittings, Packing, Wrenches and about everything
We can make you money if you will trade with us.
Lewis & Winslow Hard
Asheboro. N. C.
Threshers, Traction En-
How about that Thresher and Traction
Engine you are expecting to buy? We are
sales agents for the Peerless Geiser and can
Sve You Money
and give you the best machine in the market.
Don't be too late as the season will soon be
on. Thanking you for past favors,
We are yours truly,
Capital Stock $30,000.00
RALEWH, N. C.
Collar tn North Carolina. PnalUmia auamnleod, backed hj a wilum contract. No raeaUoo.
Indltttaal Inatraatloa. W ajao loach Bmlt-keepina;. filiorthanfl. rennaaiahlp, by mall. end lot
HOOM atadt laota. wnit toatlT Kt oaaf uanmie, unera ana nip jmaiiaM... aaavemHw
Xddraal KINO'a BUSINESS COUKX,
ataJatf. . C.Cl.i.ln n
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think w can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'g.
Real Esttvte DeoJers.
The Original Rock
Here's the old
Buggy. Can you
If not can't wei'sell you one. Please
figure with us when you are in need.
McCrxxry Redding IIa.rdw&Lro
Spring 6 Summer
The latest styles and patterns can al
ways be seen at my place. I am show
ing a pretty line of suits at $10, $12, and
$15. It will pay you to look my line
over before purchasing.
Also a big assortment of HATS, C0L
, LARS, TIES and SHOES.
KEITH K0NQU0R" Shoes for men
are the best to be had See them:
W. J. MILLER..
CHARLOTTE, N. C
I Piedmont In. Bid
original Rock Hill
find one to beat - it?