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That's what a prominent
ruggist said of Scott's
'::nilsion a short time
40. As a rule we don't
ise or refer to testimonials
n addressing the public,
but the above remark and
North Carolina's Wonderful
Development for Five
Years Briefly Told
The wonderful industrial de
velopment in North Carolina dur
the past five years is told in advance
sheets of statistics to be issued by
the Census Bureau, giving the de-
velopement of manufacturing estab
lishments in North Carolina for ihe
year ending December 31st, 1904,
as compared with Hie same date
The three great manufacturing
industries of the State, cotton goods,
furniture and tobacco, have niide
almost marvelous growth since the
reports of the 12th census, which!
were published in 1900. I
The value of the products of to- means of remedying im
bacco manufacturing establishments , , ' , .
in the State has increased from $13,- i proper and weak develop-
S50,C0 to $28,087,009; the increase ! ment, restonn
GROWTH OF STATE MlUTI. TTTf HIT" Useles. Book, In Our Sehools.
The case of the GastDn county
young girl, who was expelled from
school for refusing to study a text
book on agriculture, has provoked
no little comment, practically all of
our contemporaries expressing
sympathy for the girl and wonder
ment that a course in agriculture
should be required in a public
school. This Gaston county case is
riot isolated. We verily believe
that a majority of the public schools
in Vr.rn Pml!no
similar expressions are 1 text books are taught that are of
made SO often in COlinec- no value to the children studying
tion with Scott's Emulsion '2" tJn,e l,a"
rent of the little girl from Gaston
that they are worthy Of j did her child an injustice when she
occasional note. From j encouraged her to insubordination.'
. e 1 1 c Discipline in the school is as i
infancy to old age Scott s necegsary a8 iu the home and if
Emulsion offers a reliable I children are to be permitted to se-i
lect their own course of study, '
they are but a step from the prii-j
lege to rule their own conduct. '
OSt flesh ' Such a condition would inevitably
of the nroducts of furniture, factories 3 .. 1 result in chaos, and the eventual:
$6,181,619 as compared with $1,-! ana A ua' 1 ' aim iaunig : destruction of the public school
547,305 in 1900; and the jump in 'waste. Ihe action of system. Ae admire the nerve cf
the value of textile products is from j Scott's Em ulsion is 110 I th m!e Srl , in . ,"tion nt? :
$28,3T2,T98 to $47,254,054. I , . j plore the lack of judgment exhibit-;
Cotton mills have increased in ignore 01 a Seciet lliail tue ; ed by her parent. Ex.
number during the past five vears I composition of the Emul-1 T , . T"r"" 1. ui. i
from 177 to while furniture 'itself. What it does ! Do !' 'fel 'Vm! e
factories have increased from 44 to ! . , , . , . j! ;
105. Strange as it may seem the j it does through nourish- j Dyspepsia .Cure after eating;
tobacco establishments, which have ment-the kind of nourish- 1 T T ' " . n Kodol
made such large increase iu output! . , . . , n.ilputating and fiowuing. Kodol
have shrunk from 96 in 1900 to 55 ment that Cannot be Ob-, digests what you eat and makes the
tained in ordinary lood. " ou.u.uy.-umuuru
XT j 1 I Drug Co and Asheboro Drug Co,
No system IS too weak Or j Asheboro, N C.
delicate to retain Scott's!
PRICE 1 CENT
The. Sun sells for 1 cent, and can be
had of every dealer, agent or news'
boy at that price.
All suliscrilKTs ill District of Columbia, Vir
ginia, North mill Smith Curoliim, Pennsylvania
lielnu'ure iiml throughout the I'niti'il States cait
get the .-inn by mall ut mic cent a copy.
"STAR BRAND SHOES'
Our stock of "Star Brand Shoes" is complete. The
styles are neat and nobby, the fit is perfect and the wear
qualities are unsurpassed.
A FEW OF OUR LEADING BRANDS:
MEN'S PATRIOT SHOES, - $3.50
MEN'S, OUR FAMILY BRAND, 2-75
MEN'S. STRONGER THAN THE LAW, 3.25
LADIES', MAYFLOWER, 2.50
Children's Family School Shoes, $1.10, $1.35, $1.50.
in number in 1005.
SOME IXDI STlilKS EX I.TKED.
The following letter from the
Chief of the Bureau of Manufactur
ers to Director North, of the Census
Bureau, accompanied the advance
data relative to North Carolina in
dustries is of interest and is given
"This census was taken in con
formity with the act of Congress of
March 6th 1902, and is confined to
the manufacturing establishments
with a product of $500 or over, thus
excluding the neighborhood in
dustries and hand trades, such as
the building trades, dressmaking,
custom millinery, custom sawing
and grinding, cotton ginning, cob
bling, and blacksmithing. Includ-
nnrfarl It th, 1 2th PPnsn. ?.22fi i their SalllrieS fr0m t0 $23(J"
Emulsion and gather good
We will send you a
Be sure that this picture In th
form of a label is on the wrppf
of cTCry bottle of Emulsion you
SCOTT & B0WNE
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1; ill druggists.
to $4,021,994 in 1905; the number
of salaried officials from 118 to 28i!;
taDiisnments witn tu,o(o wage
earners and products valued at $94,
919,603. These totals are reduced
as nearly as possible to a compara
tive basis and the results presented
in the following tables, which show
the totals for the State and Wil
mington and the totals for five
principle industries in 1900 and
1905. The statistics indicate that
there has been a substantial increase
in the manufactures of the State.
The decrease in the number of es
tablishments is due to a decrease in
the number of small establishments
or to the inclusion of a few small
establishments in 190O that were
omitted in 1905 because they do not
form a part of a factory census.
The best indication of the progress
of manufactures is to be found in a
comparison otj the capital, wage
earners, wages, materials, and pro
INCREASE IN" VALUES.
The increase in the value of th
products of all manufactures ii
JoO; the number ot wage earners
from 1,759 to 5,164: their salaries
from $333,729 to $1,310,783; the
cost of materials used from $72";,
009 to $3,105,540.
The capital of tobacco industries
increased from $7,044,888 iu 1900
to $30,070,997, which is the most
remarkable showing made by any
branch of manufactures iu the
State. The increase in the salaried
J officials was from 491 to 534. It is
I worthy of note also that salaiies
; decreased with the giowth of busi-
ness. Salaried officers got $593,-
378 in 1900 and only 584,79'
i 1905. The average number
; wage earners increased from 0,583
i to 7,293 and their wages from
j $900,904 to $1,457,379. The cost
j of materials used increased from
i $4,312,102 to $10,149,351.
The number of lumber mills in
j the State in 1905 was 1,340. The
! value of their products was $19,
j 133,850 as compared with $17,
300,339. The capital was $11,799,
009 and the cost of material 3 used
Shuttle Block Co.,
17oo i. Washington St.,
Highest cash price paid for
M. S. Sherwood. Pres.
Hiram B. Worth, Treas.
Asheboro Department Store Company,
Two Car Loads of Fifty
of the best
at our stables for
sale or exchange.
Let us show them
Asheboro, N. C.
North Carolina is 07.1 per cent. $0,390,707 as compared with $7,
Their value in 1900 was $85,274,- 310,070 in 1900 showing a decided
0b3, and in 190.) had jumped to j decrease
$143,520,776. The capital stock
increased 10G per cent, being $141,
000,639 in 1905, as compared with
$68,283,005 in 1900. The increase
in the cost of materials used was
76 per cent., being $79,174,996 in
1905, as compared with $44,854,
224 in 1900. The increase in
salaried clerks was 40 per cent, in
number, and in salaries 58 per cent.
The wage earners increased from
72,322 in 1900, to 85,389 in 1905
which was an advance of 18 per
there were 234 flour and grist
mills in the State in 190o, with a
capital of $1,990,340, doing a busi
ness valued at $6,863,770 as coni'
pared with $4,702,514 in 1900
The cost of materials used was $5,-
985,802. Thos. J Pence in News
The best safeguard against head
ache, constipation and liver trouble
is De V ltt s Little Jbarly lasers.
Keep a vial of these famous little
The wges increased 52 per i pills in the house and take a dose
jThe Three Depends-
IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
Their value can't be toldin money
Vick's Croup and Pneumonia Cure
Prevents and cures in every
case applied externally, 25.
Vick's Yellow Pine Tar Cough Syrup
Prevents consumption and
cures worst cough, 25c.
Vick's Turtle Oil Liniment
. Largest and best for man
and beast, 25c.
These are money and life savers
and no wise household will be
without them. Take no substi
tutes at your dealer's or send
Greensboro, N C.
cent. The jump being from $14,- at bed time when you feel that the
051,74 to $21,375,294. the stomach and bowles need cleans-
Wilmington is the only city in j ing. They don't gripe. Sold by.
the State whose industries are singl- Standard Drug Co. and Asheboro
ed out for comparison. The in-1 Drug Co, Asheboro, N C.
crease in the value of products of i
manufacturing establishments in! From an intellectual point of
view, that time of one s life is most
wasted when he tries, in a spirit of
dumb loyalty, to admire all those
things that are popularly considered
Wilmington is 38 per cent. Their
value in 1905 was $3,155,458 as
compared with a value of of $2,
283.253 in 1900. The increase in
the costs of materials used was 30 ! admirable.
per cent, in tne number or es
tablishments 10 per cent, in the
in the number of salaried clerks 76 Kennedy'. Laxative Honey and Tar
per cent, and their salaries 84 per actf a pleasant, yet effectual
u mv r.( ! cathartm on the bowels. It clears
cent and theirthe head cuts thf Ph!fSm out, .of
The best way to rid the system of
cold is to evacuate the bowlts.
earners 18 per
salaries 52 per cent.
THE GKOWTH OF CAPITAL.
The capital of cotton mills in
cresel from $33,011,516 to $57,
413.418; the number of salaried of
ti -erfi. c erku, etc., from 059 to
903; tb-'r salaries from $580,730 to
973 1 4f; the number of wage
armi.s t'loin 30.273 to 30,350;
teeir m 'rom ?5 12 ,0S7 to
7.."H :',." 1.'; th co-t of omttr'uls
'-.i i.Hii ;K,:bCu to $32,932,-
the throat, strengthens the bronchial
tubes, relieves coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough etc. Sold by.
Standard Drug Co, and Asheboro
Drug Co, Asheboro, N C
It is a good deal easier to pray for
men's souls than to pour balm into
their wounds, not to mention that
it coss less.
fin ni 'iii-i
To Cure a Ci Id in One Dav.
f MXATITIVK I'.IMMO Q
. lin.i-'-w ,f-.i .1 in v if i;
1'. V CI!' A K .S ,i,iuii-e
we will sell atlgreatly
reduced prices our
line of Hats, Braids,
Fancy Feathers, also
other articles at Low
Mrs. E T.Blair.
We have just received a lot of Spring Goods, Suit
ings, Waist and Skirt Goods, Shoes, Oxfords white
and black for ladies and children. A lot of old stock of
Shoes at cost. We can please you in most any thing.
Come in and take a look.
Ridge, Fox & Company.
Now is the
time to buy
Bo i lor and Saw
gine and boiler
saw mill makes
the best outfit.
For sale by
McCrary-Redding Hardware Company.
THE SIN AT ONE CENT
Is the Cheapest High-Class Paper in the
The Sun's Ispeclal corrcspomleiits throuerhout
the I'nltod Stutos, its well im Iu EuroiK', Chmu.
(Nuth Alrica, the Philippines, Porto Kk-o, Cutia
an 1 in every other part of the world, make it the
greatest newspaper that can be printeil.
Its Washington and New York bureaus are
among the best ill the United States, unit Hive
The Sun's readers the earliest Information upon
all iiiiK)rtaut events iu the legislative and finan
cial venters of the country.
THE FARMER'S PAPER.
The Sun's market reports and commercial
columns are complete ami reliable, and put the
farmer, the merchant ami the broker In touch
with the market of Baltimore, Norfolk, Charles
ton, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and all
other important points in tiie I'ulted States and
other countries, All of which the reader gets for
THE WOMAN'S PAPER.
The Hun is the liest tyyeof a newspaper, moral
ly and intellectually. In addition to the news
of the day, it publishes the best features that
can be presented, such as fashion articles, und
miscellaneous writings from men and wom.-n of
noto and prominence. It is an educator of the
highest character, constantly stimulating to
noble ideals in individual and national life.
The Sun is published on Sunday us we'.i as
every other day of the week.
By miil ths Diily Si, $1 a year; in
cluding the Sunday Sun, $4. The Sun
day Sun alone, $1 a year.
A. S- ABELL COMPANY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
Do not be dcwlvod by those who ad
vertie a $60.00 Hewing Mai-hine for
$20.00. This kind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from (15.00 to 18.00.
WI MAKE A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machine. The
Double Feed combined with other
strong points makes the Acw Home
the best Sewing Machine to buy.
Write for CIRCULARS sHrsS
we manufacture and prices before pure tutting
THE NEW SOME SEWINg MACHINE GO.
28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 111., Atlanta, Oi,
HU Louis, Mo., Dallas,Tes.,San Francisco, Cat
rom BALE BY
S Bryant, President J. B.Cole, Cashier
Bank of R-andlema.n,
Randleman, N. C.
Capital $12,000. Surplus, $2,000.
Accounts received on favorable
terms. Interest paid on savings deposits.
Directors: W K Hartsell. A N
Bulla, S G Newlin, W T Bryant, C
L Lindsay, N N Newlin, S Bryant,
II O Barker and J H Cole.
O B COX, President. W J ARMF1ELD, V-Pres
W J ARMF1KLD, Jr., Cashier.
The Bank of Randolph,
we Can interest you in a
(Near Court House.)
Thoroughly renovated anil llefurmdied
Tulile Kiipplieil with the lx-st the market
ffonls. Rates Reasonable,
B. F. NEWBY, Prop.
M. L. ALLRED,
Barred Plymoth Rocks
E-s per setting of 1?., Jl.CO.
Climax, N. C.
We have a full line of seasonable Hardware.
We have just received a complete line of Harness,
double and single, and will make you attractive prices
on any thing in that line.
Guns, Amuuition and Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Barbour, Virginia and High
Lewis & Win slow Hardware Company.
e Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Olhce in Bank B'ld'g.
Armficld (EL Lavihlin.
Real FRttvte nervle s
Want yrrr f:.o,:::tzc',.i or I .'.
a. tc'iiuif;:! 1 ;"7,'2 cr rL.!.''1 V'
Aver's Fills. Ayer's lJills.:
i (-1 Avcr's Pills. Keep sayinc
.-fhis over and ovtr nn.1
The best laxativ. r";'?-.'
Capital and Surplus,
Total Assets, over
With ample asset, experience and protection,
we solicit the biwiiieiiij of the banking public and
feel safe in saying we are prepared and willing
to extend to our cuxtomers every facility and ac
commodation consistent with safe banking.
Hugh Parks. Sr., W J Armfleld.W P Wood. P B
Morris, C C McAlister, E M AnnHeld, O R Cox.
W V Redding, Ben) Moffltt, Thos J Redding, A W
K Capel, A M Kaukiu, Thos U Redding, Dr F E
Anbury. C J Cox.
niTenimn is pntnniMr patenlama i.onimunip.
tlnnsairicMrmiiUileiitlai. HANDBOOK on Patent
tvtruil notice, without chame. In tb
A httrtdsomefr UltirrtrAtM week If. Inrvent rr.
cu latum of any rientltie Journal. Terms,
Tonr; 1 our month. IU Sold by mil newsdealers.
itranel- (intra. 62S K Ht . Waablumon. II. C.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Eniy Mediolns for Bmy FeopU.
Brings QolJen Ilualtli Rfvci V'g?r.
A Kriwifle furCnni'tlrnti.in. In lit'Otlon,
ii I KMner Trnl-l-. I'impl-i. Klvhivi, Impure
.!. n I Breath. Mn.-n'si, i:,vH. Il n.iai-hs
. I HiickarliP. It's it"':l.v ;! 1 i-.-i in (nb-
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1 '. . it Jirii'ii C(im'nv, J'.u.ii- n. V.'n.
r i'GGtis "-'or sallow feople