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V,N. C, niURSDAV, SHIT. 7. 190?.'
J Bring Results. i f
$1.00 Per TwJlL-
' : No
Sasy to Uks and tuv to id Ij ft
that famous little pill DeWM'a
Utla Early Risers. This K due to
M fact that they tonlo the liver in
stead of purging It. They never gripe
r sicken, not even the most delicate
iy, and yet they are ao certain In
suits that no one who uses them Is
(appointed. They cure lorpld liver,
mjtfpttlon, biliousness, jaundice,
ldache, malaria and ward off pneu
inla and fevers.
nar-Aitio onlt Br H
C. D.WITT A CO., CHICAGO B
1 Don't Forgitth Nam. Jf
fur the 1!)05 Kodol Alumnae
. $00 vear Calendar,
.andard Drug Company,
dheboro Drug Company.
i-ive rovftitli.iii, i.,
lid at Was'iimb.
, thai, ho noes
.i.v i.iKi iiiuii ..uij ui iiuiiw . ,) outer in escape trap w
Siranae Belief of Ihc ?.at- ii' i i-mia was laid for him i.y
fnr-riau faints rnirm,, Vuniiii-s" meaning the
ler-aay oaints . o;. g-.my ; t . ,,,. ... v,,,:
i'ltl'.Al ll i'l! MNiol l-MI! -i
The Morino.. '!'. -uipV i- "i. ccit the;
nio.-t v.otii'i 1 1 u! biiildit-gs in thoi
w.ui.l. it iii!iii'..il forty years to j
build it; including the Ti-tu plo annex j
and the simiHe. connected building", I
I the cost of construction was about!
four in i !1 iuii dollars. Th.? corner
stino was 1 lid April (Hit lKa.'i mid,1Y
Dr. S. A. HENLLY,
ysiclsn - and - Surgeon,
4 ASHEBORO. N. C.
i CrVi r SHHHI ,V licilllill'll Kllll'C lll'i
ifil Hrnji Co.
'I'lii.suf ciiir.ir, In- woald ha .
;'.ii!.",'d was done for riirhti'iMiMK'.i's
f, us it i a law of the ihnri'ii tsnt
I'cvcid stcreU vvi:ii it' voa havis to
ii llii'in li.V falsifying"
d Summer Bar-
tee. liiblKiiiH, left's, Vanrv limifls,
and Ornament!, Pattern, Tailored
'pmh JIata. We aro ttluiwiu jeiut:-
I uck and I.iugene llatn, Hlrii-tly up-
liio next few vicl,i no
t a HuerifHT.
and get n Kuaiu.
i Mrs. E. T. Blair.
MCALLISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
I Life and Accident Insur
liont ironipanieA rrpn-seiitrtl.
Dio liunk of llandnlph.
DR. D. K. LOCKHART,
I Asheboro, N. C.
, p'HK HANK.
Itn-jiimtl to prartln
loved 5 ?
, j Having bought out the
I prrocery business of Jos.
I Norman I have moved
I to the building: formerly
I occupied by Morris &
T DOOR TO HOLLADY
i HARDWARE CO.
ion Depot street, where I
will, be glad to sec all my
old customers and new
. ones, two.
I W. W. JONES.
tat, President J. U.Cole, Cashier
.. tilt of R.andlema.n,
iRandlemarv, N. C
1 $(2,000. Surplus, $2,00a
CounU roccivnd on favorable
4 Interest paid on savings de-
actors: WK Uaitsdl, A N
SO Ncwlin, W T Bryant, C
adsav, N N Nowlin, 8 Jlryaut,
Barker and J II Cole.
, Prwklrai. W ) AKMKIK1.I1, V-Prca
t 11 AKMK1KI.1I, Jr., ttililur.
pank of Randolph,
J and Surplus,
it the tHtpimfM of the lMuikltiff irtitilir and
lnwlnKe nn- iri'inl himI willing
a to iwr fUKUinierti 'Vvry lucilily auu no
Ration euivUtvut Willi aulu baiikluc.
tark, Br., W J ArmtlcM.W P Wond, V V
C C McAlLsU'r, K M Arnifteld, o K Cot.
iillnn, Muttllt, Thm J RriMlnir. A W
, A M Rankin, Tho U KiHUlIng, l)r If E
, J CoX.
j Work Pleases!
tlv.Mi wili mi fti-v sl-.avo
g ri lurl-r 'iT nun;
11 on ino at my milonn,
fiiornin, rve or niton,
ami iln.nn the hair ivilh firaii',
init the contour of tlin fm.
iimi ia neat anil Unvi ls clean,
inoni sharp and razom kern,
(verj-thinR I think you'll find,
jnit tlie face ami pfcaM tlwminil,
111 my art nnd nkill can (In,
iun juHt call I'll do for yon.
I door to Postnffiee.
eboro Hotel ,
I "fjiln Street
I" (iear Court House.)
a-ongldy rmoitrd and nrfimiifii,
; ipiilird with Uie bc the market
i Ratew lb'aaonaMi'.
J ' B. . NEWBY, Prop.
the biiildin was completed and dul-
icatrd April mil 1 S'Kt.
It ia built oi granite got ten from
(piunes twenty miles away from
a!t Luke City. During the lirst
tiienly yearn of its constnietion, the
laijro blocks of stone were moved by
ox teams. It took four yoke of oxen
four days to carry it singb large stone
to the Temple grounds 'n !8?3a
mil read was built to the ipiarry and
after that the stones were movetl with
much more rapidity :ml ease. The
Temple is 1805 feet lt ,g !!) fvvt
w ide and covers nn ai -t or is,aii'
feet. it facrs t-aet and has six
towers, three on ihe east, end and
three on the west, i nd. Tlie wnlli
are 10? feet hlh and are from six
to nine feet thick and they rwt on a
cement foundation 10 feel wide and
lli feet deep.
The Temple is a most maj;i,ilici-iit
structure from the outer appim;..niv
and 1'ie.iident Smith told t!i Ivii
torial party u-ll the ilifiereiit iiide
apurtmeuts were palacis, that ir, i5
t he most sacred place uii l ai il. to
.Mormons, and I hut none but Un
faithful are admitted to rcrctilt'il ;rV
within the walls. As 1 s aid in la.
week's letter no foot i xc Mit. a Mi
llions has ever i redden in -.ide 1 1
building. It is in this mysterious
buildinjr baptisins are peifornad
lilural iiiaiTiiines are cmiuaeli d and
the i 'Ce! ds are kept in I here when
no (.i. utiles can see them. A gieat
many people do not iiudcrsUml that
the Tabernacle and Temple aie I wo
distinct iiislituti.'iis. The Tal ei
uacle is used for public w.rship.
sti i.i. cii.vi i n r:n.
said fiat out cf Hu tluvo
1 thon.s.iiid Miii'iiious l!;.'ie
few who are nor, pi .-Mine
in I'tab .-.iii
;w:.s .;.l lie:,
.Iniyiiig i i
kirH of i-.i.
' time pr - e.':
;::mi ; n j j
It I f )il i ti I " i
' I Iran rolivcnl ion
. e;il. ile lias ee.l'rrd o ,W n,,j the
Stale and i i; i it from one cud to
the ni her and, us il in .ait the on
ly ihh'' lh.it could save tlie Ii. iub-
lere this fall, he vi,
. iti position to
. terms he wan!.
! brainy Senaioi
any such bet.; ;
so you d i no!
any i.intl ol
the genial and
. If yuii Ihink
' lie III lli. lie
loWIU" of ;,,.y
Many Hems that Arc- Sure to
The I'erpelnal liuilding and Loan
Association, of rVIisbury, opened its
la.-l i ek inr the fortieth ee-
way involved iii polygamy and t hat , ;'imiin--every
meinlKf of the ciiurnii ol ; w:a! 1
Jesus Christ of Latter-day ,-aints is ' finally
involved in polygamy in so Jar :ns he
supporta a president and apostles,
the gre iler part of whom are direct
ly implicated m this crime, wbi !i
mask.) in din inline of religion.
.losc)ili ISinith has live wives, and
children have been hern 1 1 eiteli
since tlni manifesto in 1S!W. His
legal wife (the first, one) '.;ot a di
vorce when he began taking phir..!
wives. Thc'e aie no n cords to
show that he liax been legal!',' mar-
riul to iliu live he is now ii'.iinr witli
if tie re are any records they are
in the Temple, Out of Ihe IWeh :
apo-'.Ie.-. il-. re arc only four who aie
k nn .vti not lo be living in polvg.-uiK.
Met. iniibt have a revelation liefore
taking a plural wife. Tliis mil -t
be conlirna.i by chinv1! -rii ii-irities.
V.'.leil he .el
world v: : u-';.-:! i: :. :.! ..!-t-y -
ihe cele.sliai older (which meal, a in
duigi.ne.' in p dyg.'Uiv) that he could
not only . iy I'm' In :,id olieud the
diviae in a , but iild aetuaily t how
Cy tiie i-iv.-i,ii, thai in; had been
pi'l-vciiki! ! i
v i i a r Tin:
; .illii.g 'he I'evi
Jonith ere l li
i. e i.
. e to::,,
nes of !
i 1 1 .-1 1 1 1 i 1 1 -r
modem i o
in;!. I . i-:,
' of the Department of
,! !d.or, bv a new lav,
Sua1. Are i here
iw.-i on the s'-ilm
Chief Kxeoutive r
trniible t i eiiforci-y
in thinkiii'.' thai 1 '
' a-ks for imv more ai
Ml .llfolV U !'e'.' o
"h have kept him i
;' 1 deb -.'atioii, I. nt
l''S , i ,hevi on ! 'o
In-.' him to sav.
' -f gof !i. in .vheiv
oi- So far as I am f
mi. ; I i, f e no partic
d.-alial nomii'.i e
f !he ;
lie'. 1, III' hi
f the 1! - .:i! li.
not br.i l, but b. teii th.. inili would
i e. t
church eotif'. renc-3 anl ahe
vice and it is op-en to i.-r! odi.
Til K MOUMON rlll'Hi'H.
The ilormun chutcli was ioiiir'e I
April (ith lSIIOat I'livelle, .New 'i ,ik
and uow has a ineiubershio of :jini,-
000. It was founded by Joseph
Smith, who claimed to be a prophet
of Ciod and gave his people the' J'.o.k
of Mormon " as a supplement lo the
i?iU!e, claiming it to be the wonl it
At the hc.id of the church is the
president, who posesses supreme
aiitjioiily, supported by two council
ors'," These three are supposed to
be tli'i siicci ssors of 1'cter, Jaim s
and John and cotistituie what is
known us the "lirst presidency."
Then comes the "iiarliaich" whose
duty it is to bless and lay on hands
and after him the "twelve apostle"
forming a trawling high council
and )i cciving a salary of ,fl"nM a
year each. Several other oliiceis
come after the cms above named.
1'lie church dominates in temporal
as well ns spiritual affairs.
1 lie lirool of the tact that it
dominates in politics is Unit tin apos
tle of the .Mormon church sits in
the Scnale of the United States, and
that no iniiti can be elected lo office
without tiie countenance- of the
church, in all Utah State history
no bill has been passed by the Leg
islature which the church leaders
disapproved; no bill has failed of
passage which they desired, no bill
has been signed which they desired
to have vetoed and n bill has been
vetoed which they desired to have
signed. They can move their fol
lowers rroin one party to the oilier
overnight. They can zig-zag a
ticket and elect whom they will on
lther or both tickets. It is said
that during political campaigns in
Utah, cunuldates on both silks Hock
to Salt Lake City to gain favor with
the leaders of the Mormon church
and that even at the last minute if
the church came out in favor of
either party it was the one elected
with an overwhelming majority,
sometimes to the surprise of tue
shrewdest politicians. The Gentiles
in Utah are fighting against this and
in the Salt Lake City Tribune of
July 1st they published to the Na
tional Jv 1 1 tonal Association what
they demanded, viz:
"That the Mormon church retire
I hut polygamy be stopped.
That the church retire from com
That the hierarck cease to im
poverish his people under false pretenses.
'f'bat the church leaders keep the
pledges which they gave to the peo
ple of th9 United States and upon
which sovereignty was granted to
I'UICSIDKNT JOSKPU F. SMITH.
makes pure, ri.:ii Hood--Ayer's
mother, gran tfr.'.oihi r,rt! you;- t
folks, used it.. Tl;;y :cd )
Joseph F Smith is not only I'resi
ilcot of the church but President of
it number of business enterprises in
Salt Lake City, lie handles $l.(i()0
000 annually; tithes are transmited
into cash iu the local cities where
they are paid and they flow into the
treasury of the head of the church.
No one except Smith and a. few men
chosen by himself see the nocouiils.
lie claims that he has the iiu'.ver
lo deliver the revealed word ot Cod
from day today on all subjects to
mankind. He lays off his apostolic
robes and puts them on at his pleas
ure, lie aiieims prize ngats as a
man, and draws down the dividends
from the theater where the lights
are held as s prophet, seer and reve
lator und triistee-iu-trtist of church
1 nrruwrrv. I fe deniesin Washington
that he receives revelation. Iu the- BrCT:
It is ea. ily do
wui. ltd mid ii
some time itl'
hud a I. t of :
and wiiiil: d I.
II, so :t i rie.el, a.i
a rcielu'inii ;;iut .
ought III paint, ill.-!
::t- S green. So ol'
bout; lit the i'reen p
It.on in o.' he;", the
he got ii, of I
money for it.
told l hi? on a
were in Salt I.
was true, and
ins (h it lev
r Ihi-v are
lil ..j ball 1
very ul u-raiii e.j ol
ills prophet nnd i
as any con-inaiid
New Ti sLatnelit.
Cliii-t by Mori
i h- i!d .-mil
i i i u 1 1 ' .
i mi r '.-I
"Mr for n
o .ks. ed !M
's as ,ei,,r
to if lie
they . a,i
lef .-. e i
e he w,
.ir iiei iiiaotoii, N ( ', a mule
'.'.ay last Kiidav killing one son
i-riouslv iuiuring another son
U'iiy. -'imply be.
i- 111.- h -irdi -s: in, iu
ile lu.s got more
i -in m-hip than all
;i in t c Hie i hearer
I .-i,:- than any of
lple trutli and
d;.-ov.r il, to
i-iioiih of our
ing ii in hi t. l.'ejitibl
i if ti
is in o
'il.llll -.-, but
it ihinirs as
nop of the
jiali: as il
:!: -t o
i! i!i -in t iii trutii
fl'AS. A. KDYi Ai:i.-
il.-.i. sai l
d for u:
Tlie liiiildesl I bio.; t ) me i l tint
polygamy is laughl. in the h
and .Sunday, school.-, tiirli ar.
taught thai Vi be the w tie of
po'sgam.i'is Mormon i, theglory of a
Mormon woman; id ten at tlie ag.- el
I'liiilei-n ami lifteeii years luev ar,-
uliir-. ssed i.y religious teacher-, ti
Hie '-ii.igl.le lawless and necessoy rl
plural linn riii-i.-." Mrs .-'a-aii Yoiiu
(iatis, a daugh'i rof I'nigha'ii Young
one of the in 'St liiteingeiit woniea in
the loriuon chinch in nd-!ivsM:i.; a
onfcreiice c.f the ti-soci ii ion a few
yeai s ago sanl, "dirls ilo not loi-get
polygamy, you cannot practice it
now but keep il alive in your !i ails.
.emeiiil-cr t In re are lour g:r!s. ti
very b-iy in Utah."
H AT M ll.i. M KI.I A I'lll.So'.l UH'N'i
.M rs Amelia l-'olumi Young was
the favorite wife of I'.nghaiu Young,
i die;! Aug-st r.'th l.i I', leaving
x fni l;iuc of j;,(ii'ti,o()0 to 17 wive;
:iud oii children according lo ihe
Knc.yclopai dia Dritanica but a.'cord-
,g to I lah reports lutgham l oang
id several mole than 17 wivi.-'.
It is a law ot Ilk' Mormon church
that as wealth increases nun .im-t
idd to the nnmb.-r of w ive.-'. lie is
notified by tin: lYesidehl or apo'lbs
tli.it it is his duty or thai, ti.ey
j had a revelation that he l ike
anolhei'Viifc. Miss Marion lion.:ikll
who spi-itl several years in Utah get
ting up arlic'.es for "the H-uis.-kivp-
tells of a conver.-at I, ii s!ie hail
with Mrs Amelia l-V:. : i Young
which we print:
In discussing pluiai marriage
w ith Mrs Amelia Koi.aim Youn ., a
harming and a kindly woman. 1 : -k-d
her if polygamy could iva!!v be
made a practical and peaceful doui-
: ai laugeiiti-nt. Mrs Young re
plied that it had been so iu the
f.tmiiv of 1 resident lirigham Young,
md that those who were lie willing
mil prepared to "live it rigid," ha !
no right, to enter into the i e!,-tial
del. A number of times i re
marked that in this case the family
was one of ease, and influence, d'
wealth nud advantage:'. Cuild
polygamy, 1 insisted upon repeating,
be an inllnencu for peace and com
fort and religious living in a home
which lacked all of these thing.-'.
My (jtieslion was evaded si-vnal
times, but Mrs ) oung liually repli il
that, very naturally, her knowledge
of pluiai marriage was that of her
own home, and that she could no'
know or toll of the domestic arrai g
ments of others. The principle of
P S3 'v &
You know ti.e moiiicitic ;i::;t
It. Their doctors trusio
Your doctor trusts if. 'i
trust it yourself. The:
health and strength in it.
l rrllrrnt trrrll.'r fr ii, ln.ll..- .11.
V T 5
.ail d t-i
...I ao I b:
has been i iik
time an t mn
wli- rc per.ioi
:;a eie hl-. ca
old i-'trl 'die
hoy ai d nioii
, hey may b
The i Ic: iiioni r.
K 'j Sherman, the oldest clerk iu
the Lyiu hburg mst ollice was bound
over in a bond el "i:j,0iin lm- stealing
from the mails.
.1 Kd Conrad, a L- iingtoii cou-trai-lnr.dl.
d al the Vi'iiiiehead-Stokes
-'.iiiitariuiii lai-1 Saturday nioriiing
alter undergoing an operation for
The Salishui y-Speiicef Slieet car
( oinpany began oiierating on Ihe 1st
of Sepleinber, (.'ar- rim every twen
ty liiiniib s snd the service is con
sidered very satisfactory.
loin .i,eir;il. an ageil negro was
killed iu Sampson county last Fri
day night. The old man was mur
dered iu lied and the house then
burned. John Matthis, who is still
at large is charged with the offense.
T II Cobb, ti pi oiui Hint lawyer.
foinierly !' Asheville, but who has
I II pl .e ' : 'ig in ll;e It.ui.lll Ter
ritory for ;t year or two, died iu
Ashi-iille Aug Will, being there on
a business (rip. lie died after a
Senator L- e S ( ivcrmaii and Messrs
I, II Clenieiii and .1 C McCau'ess
have ieceiit.y purchased a valuable
tract of granite properly, four miles
fioiu Salisbury, known as Diimis
Htiarry. T!n-y expect to develop the
graidle a i 'Uiidiug here in b
The riiiiil.iiugs of Mt Vesuvius
from the interior of ihe crakr and
tin- throwing out of a gieat How of
iava dov. n I lie ;dde i f the cone, and
l'ie eruption of the old crater on the
i laud of Sir.iiuboh created excife-:n--.;t
on the .-.hoivs of the .Mcditcrra-
Jersey Male Calves at
a Great Bargain
with such breeding aa Gold
en Lad first prize winner
over all Jerseys 1890; Gold
en Love first prize two year
old bull at Pan-American
1901: General Merriarold aire i
of twenty-one heifers that
sold at an average of $144
each. The breeding of these
is correct; prices right for
JOHN A. VOUNG,
H. C. MORRIS,
Watches. Jewelry. Spectacles.
Bepairing my specialty.
Randieman, N. C.
I Better Than Ever!
"THE STAR THAT
t LEADS THEM ALL,-
binned, fori ,
fov and a si
i'he fal her
' E h--ill ;: ;
. III. II l ie
king mm i i l .ie
is nothing under l!
ria. bul wha! cm
The strangest to i,n
A Mormon man,
:i (ii nil I w ul 1 1 : 1 1 1 , w
ried to a ( lelllile in
i II . it eve" ,', l;o-.y. iliav, lo
iia'iie ir d .-eeurii-g the
Mormon woman w ha is
.-land foi hei ." be seab i
nan by proxy Ir,
;M 'iemnlc" Ai
llloueh pel l.a
-ee;: him, an.
uid tliiuk ,-h
rill be b
l.! lis. ul VIoll.'K.
i!i,- life of i!
lilld OUt :
v. hii h
tenth of w !i:u ! 'n
th. ir famil'.-s ar !
hic-balid ill' iley in i
avel over the con;,
i cases where lilil.
poor i.'oiueii anil ia
church, l.v paving
(ientilc w imui-ii as w.-ll as
Utah are in iai'ii'-.-i trviu-
this sii.ie -.-f air.iiiS f...- fi
ll di-br i'
In- tel. til. The
-.votiii n ot
All e.xchai.e is re.-"pnnsihle fm
the follow it-.g:
"A mat. by I he n nn - of Mo-.n g. t
marriid, :.iid t!s.,l in., a cha , .- .
the mi.i-n: iu due time his u i IV pie
si. nud 1-i-i: wii ii a liiiughler. Tli.it
was a le. w moon and then I wen:,
lo t-jwii to get boozy for j-iy, i-i 1
that w.o a full inuoii. Wi.iii i
started home I.ad y.j ceiil.s in hi
porket and that wan the la f .pun ter;
ills lnolber in lav.' nn t him at the
doi-r, and that was a total ii lipsn--he
Best Fur Children.
Mothers, be tai of u I of the ln.dlh
of vour children. Iiok out ba
LCoiigbs, ('olib-. Croup ami Whoojiiug
Cough. Stop thcni in time One
Minute Cough Cuie lot'ue best reme
dy. H::i iclei-s ami pleasant. Con
tiiius no pi dcs. Sold by Standard
Drug Co. J T Underwood, Aahe-boio.
U'ii h .ti
i:. v . ,
'. , , i : i 1 1 g. -
ul Itcv .1 M liilliard of
eight ol its on:
: j ol led no b I j
of ils churches
I'.il lllbrr.-llip of
WO : si. ill, hut
of a high oi.!..
w ider h ariiu.
i in SI reel ehrrrh. jio li
Di.-triet A . . v ,!,-r..m. ,.f .N, ,y
Y! k - i- i: -. 'C. .i mid si' id.-' a
l-lllo-'l of .,. lo .;.; Si,,-. I'o-
lidcal j-n" ' a'l ,. i -i.-ia, but p.i-
leiial jc, , in- I,. b-eii ,-iVee.
live i-i th- :-e o,' i - fed--r.il ! aiik
It ttrik. m.- I:. ' ' before T.d.lv
asks for ,- era. U-.vs lo . e:,lr.d
ii).-iir,!i: ::ij-- -.i or railtoa ls or
, ol p-.ira'i-- 4 -.o-i!. In a mighty
'. lid .- !.; ;' lo -- l!-. i I he
. X ietille; . ' '.:eS, v. I i'O '.1' ill 1 1 Jl '-
io pun:. 1, . . y o ,'ei.o. ; agin rl ai,v
of o-.r !-. , :.;. .:'.,-!.
:uoi-. il.ji: -.; , ia . ... . : lo., doe.;
il. hit. y..:i:
- .. . , , , , ,;,
lo-ptll.ii ' .'- ! ::i. ;-!:d Lo-iiiilet.-. l-.r
th-.' ia xl ; i' !:o.-iii i it - i : ! -: 1 1 1 . 1 1
e-: nnatio .-,.; ,v ovi-rv oi,e ..('
S K ( ii
th" lueel ill:; of four giri-i
gin talking ai the -anc
ki v p il iiji rontii'.iie-.idv.
ditor," he siivs. "i r: I ar
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i To g
i law r-.o C:
I a he.l
i' i'n -l. 'i In i
.-till laiieoiis ii
v must or
Ha! 1 r
mo t. ie
lie the .
in cone, run
e: lllk t-' ! e
liri th-:' !.
' ",-lel-. but he fas
r.-iillv this sulii
ill over the c-.:i:.-.-
has a chai.
Mil nuaii'd I'.eve-
Who his ll'l-itilel'
eiia-ii es are I lint
! .- aide to bind a
nil h'- o'.i n State, i
looms of several
I, but I he i
to this- coll-
il- Ihe M ho..'
as take to I
wasevidoded by our so!
Nor a-.::-! i
(. ;:-;! -r who
I n-.ik !'p t!
ore w ho has oh-erv.
It is souiething that
liu-iil on, but not i
Charhitte I'.vi niug (
s in up-
s at times
!'. an iu
i.i, d fall;
I as h s.s noisv.-'
we like to ho
mil lie only
in may colu-rfei-e
' MoAdoo, of (ireeiisboro, died
:it Ihdiiiiiore liir-pital If. ;t. Saturday.
He had be. n in bail health for more
than a year, having hud pleurisy
and pneumonia both within the last
viar. Deceased leaves it wife and
o;.- child and mother, Mrs I It
lung, of (in eti-hoio.
Mrs L'-ouurd, aged 2S years, wife
of Alfred Leonard', live mill s cast of
I Salisbury nn f death from burning
on Aug Jl.-.. While attempting to
j iekindie a lire from the at -ve by
j p. mi pig oi! I iiiiu a cai:, the oil ig
j nil- d and the on. exploded, cnvclop
iiig i he unfortunate woman iu
i Haines. She died w ithin four hours.
Lola the 1 --year-old daughter of
Mr and Mis .1 A Newton, of Ilenri
ella. N (', was drowned Sept 2nd
while ai templing to cross a small
stream which was considerably swol
! n by recent rains. She was found
on a sand-bar a ijiiarter of a mile
n the stream, where she had
n e.ii rie I by : he current.
i I'har'oUe n.-ei-o, 1M years old,
n. lined Henry Houston was ground
iicre.s at I he pas-eiiger station at
Salisbury by a train on Aug 2Tth.
On the sumo if -.hi Tom Harbour,
another M e;ro was killed 13 miles
from Salisbury near Ituihour Junc
tion, doe .Milh.-r, a dangerous negro
at Spencer on the sani.i day came
fear killing engineer Stokes liiitner
in a most cowardly but cruel man
ner, by inliici i:..;' ghastly wounds
wilhuknifi . On .Sunday Sept 3rd,
at Spencer in liowau county, one
negro shot and killed another negro
and shot another negro who will no
ibt die fi'i.ni the wounds inflicted.
; i 'i prop, r
i .".i logaii e.
!'.. ii I' lit.
i - -: loet i-i
hu kI. .."it
i H at tiie
At t the'
urn for the;
ii I hat has;
tissues ot the throat are
.1 and irritated; you
r.p.d there is more irrita
v.ow coughing. You take
:i mixture andjt cases the
n for a while. You take
l is bonis, without hot
IV. d ;--n:.al b.ioiu-.
.;.'y r.- d and gen..iu-!
-h"'. -i any signs of p.i-ming out pay
Lri, is that of Seinitor I'.-nsoir Foni
l.cr, of Ohio. It seems that the
I Ii : i iek-i 'iek-Cox combination as
eoiop.-lieii t-i call for 1'oraker to
p. t i lb-i" assis-tano-or lose the
I'gl.i over Have this fall for the
r- -.i rn irship, fi.-r h iving snubbed
him ai I he recent Sb-'e convention.
tiiilo.- Koiaker knows a hawk from cr bronchitis
a. hi.;. dsaw, nud saw the -hancetoi
iiinke a de, 1 with this coiiibiualioii
:'.a' v. . uld iuoiiro him the solid
Ohio delegation io the next lb-pub- SCOTT & BOWIIE,
; : it cures the cold. That's
. Vit h necessary. It soothes the
oi.iat because it rcJuct-i tiie
n itntion ; cures the cold because
: drives out tlie inflammation ;
nilds up the weakened tissues
i-tausc it nourishes them back
) their natural strength. That's
i.r.v Scoff's Emulsion deals with
sore tliroat, a cough, a.co'.J,
I'lriustcil for Shooting a Woman.
"Itu.i" l.'alclilfe, u negro man,
was arrested in High Point last Fri
day by the officers for shooting a
eoior.il woman last .March, llat
ciili'e ii.-l the Slate after the shoot
ing bul returned a day or so ago.
Lie. -ho! the negro woman through
the neck. At the pi-rlimiiiaiy trial
Kale, -lie said I !...t he was drinking
al ti.e time, and did not have any
malice towards the wonmu. He
was b . t; i: I sit' to court in the sum
for assault Viith deadly
nd for earning concealed
Injured ia Ronaway.
Mr and Mrs Claude Woodell had
it narrow escape from serious injury
one night last week in High 1'oint.
While out driving the buggy ran
over a large pile of brick which had
been 1. 1'eiv placed there and aWch
Mr VYi !i 1 1 failed tosr.'ii Mccoiint
of darkness, overturning the buggy
ami throwing Mr mid Si i a Woodell
to the ground, Mr Woodell was only
slightly hurt, while Mrs Woodell sus
tained a deep gash ou the head,
which rendered her unconscious for
some time. She was taken to a home
near by and Dr Claud lteitzel was
siiini ni-d slid reported that she whs
Are you lucking in strength and
vigor? ' Aie you weak? Are you in
painf Do you feel all niu down?
ihe blessing ot health und strength
come to ullwko u IIolHster's Rocky
Mountain lea. 6o cents.
rin- Sewing Machine for the hnme;
to Ik- nm-,1 l,y wife, mother, daughter,
K-uniKtrtM. That'll nnr sieehllty.
Kllhir 1al or Cham bUlell. WriU
fur i-iri-uluiM und ricM.
Domestic Sewing Ma
Newark. H. J.
W. D. Spoon's
is the place to buy your
Heavy and Fancy
Candies, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
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OF NORTH CAROLINA.
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bihnirv cuntnins -t.'MMIO volumes. New
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ii. system. X.-w dormitories, frj-m-nii.-iitnn.
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and get 28 perfect Photos made
from it, your photo returned un
harmed. 6 Photo Buttons 25cts.
Your money refunded if not sat
isfied. Potraits in all grades,
16x20 Crayon, $1.50, Pastel or
water-Color, only $2.00. Best
Cabinet Photos $2. to S3, a dozen.
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Green and Dry Hides,
Beeswax, Tallow, Eggs,s
Wool(ashed or na-WMhed)
We also carry a full line of Fruits
and Vegetables, Bananas, O ranees,
Lemons, Peanuts, Etc., si market
prices. Writs for prioes.
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112 Lewis;St. Greensboro, N. 0.