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Short News Notes.
From The Moafgomrian.
Geo. H. Russell, formerly of Troy,
has moved to Fayetteville.
JanieB Ingram, of Richmond coun
ty, has purchased an interest in the
cotton gin of F. McAuley aud will
move to Mt. Gilead soon.
Prof. Wade Cranford, of Ophir,
has taken charge of the ArmomJs
ville High School in Green county,
Prof. Cranford is a young man of
ability and will succeed in his pro
The first Sunday in October will
be observed as Orphanage day ty
Methodists in Troy. R. N. Page
will deliver the address.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. King, former
ly of this section hut now of Boston,
Mass., and a party of friends passed
through Troy Tuesnay morning on
their way to Mt. Gilead, where they
visited Mrs. King's people. Mr.
King was once a man of ordinary
means but by hard work and perse
verance he has accumulated a nana'
some fortune, his accumulations
having reached several million dol
lars. The burial services of Mrs. R. T.
Poole were observed at the M. E.
church, South, last Thursday after
noon, September 20th, in the pres
ence of a large congregation or rei
atives and friends who had gathered
to pay their last respects to one
whom they had learned to love.
Members of the Troy bar and
Messrs. W. C. Hammer and J. A.
Spence of Asheboro acted as pall
bearers. The floral tributes offered
by the K. of P. and Jr. 0. U. A.
M., the Troy bar and other friends
of the deceased, were very beautiful,
and were a fitting expression of the
love her friends had for her.
Great Feature For This YearMadame
Nordics Oi October I9th.
The next State Fair, Oct. 15 to
20, will be the best ever held in
North Carolina. The Fair will be
opened by Governor R. B. Glenn on
Tuesday "October 16.
There have been great improve
ments in the grounds and buildings,
particularly in the accommodatipns
for the agricultural and live stock
displays, and an abundant supply
of good water.
The feature of the displays will
be the competitive County exhibits
in handsomely decorated booths.
The general displays, particularly
of labor-saving farm machinery will
repay anyone's careful inspection.
On the Midway there will be no
gambling games, but it will be
packed with high class shows and
amusements. Every foot of space
will be taken, and the Midway will
be a brilliant scene with the carved
and gilded fronts and the flags and
bunting of the best shows ever
seen here. Cane and Baby Racks,
Nigger-heads, Shooting galleries,
Merry-go-rounds, Ferris wheels,
Razzle-dazzles etc. galore, Elec
tric Theatres Galatoa, Old Plan
tation Shows and the great Animal
show of Francis Ferari, the finest in
The trials of speed will be fast
and exciting, and the open air at
tractions, featuring Dare Devil
Doherty Leaping the Gap, Balloons,
and Platform work.
Hon. Harvey Jordon will address
the Uotton Grower's Convention on
Wednesday night in the Hall of
The annual meeting of the Society
is held on Thursday night and on
Friday night Madame Nordica, the
world renowned singer will give a
concert, and afterwards will be held
the Grand Marshals' Ball, with Chief
Marshal James Vernon Blades, of
New Beixe, and a brilliant corps of
assistants in the rooms of the Capi
New Memberi Added to the High
Trinity High School has added two new
teachers t the faculty in the last week.
Prof. N. C. Engli -h has beea elected Prin
cipal and will teach the Bash-ess Depart
ment, and Miss Cornie Scruggs, of Spartan
burg, S. C, will teach Latin and English.
Mr. W.T. Weeks, of Marion, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with his mother.
Master Wilfred Carr, 'of Greensboro, is
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. 0. W. Carr.
Durant Ballanoa and Miss Bertie Harris
were married at Elon College last Thursday
Mia Harris is the daughter of Mr. J. K.
Harris, and is one of Trinity's most winsome
young ladies Mr. Ballance is a merchant
and avery promising young business man.
They will reside here.
Mrs. Kelson, of Abury, spent a day aad
night with her sisters, the Misses A e bury,
who are in school here.
Miss Mamie Harris, of Thomasville, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Henry.
Rev. Cox, of the Friends Church, of
Archdale, preached an excellent sermon in
the chapel on Sunday night
- Miss Rosa Johnson left Friday for Mt.
Gilead where she will teach school.
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
at W IiiNton Salem, Nov. 3 tod.
j The twenty-fourth annual convention of
the North Carolina Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union in called U meet in Winstou
! Salem Nov. 3-0 inclusive. Members of
1 the Convention are the Executive- Board,
see article iv on page 04 of state minutes)
one delegate at large from each local union,
one delegate for every twenty memliers
thereof, aud oue delegate from each Iiynl
Legion, which has paid one dollar ducx in
to tlie State Treasury, and presidents of lo
lira. Xuunie Curtis, of Texas, who has
much experience in the work, and who is
called "the silvortongued orator" and win
ner of all hearts, will lie with us. Several
of our own state workers will add interest
ing features to the program.
Entertainment will lie provided for all
delegates, and it is most earnestly desired
that there be a full delegation, first, liecuuse
you need the inspiration and helpfulliicss of
your owu State Convention, and second,
that you may get the benefit of railroad rates
generously accorded, making it possible lor
more to attend.
Honorary meiuliers and friends of the
cause throughout the state are cordially in
vited to attend, and visitors from far and
near are truly welcome.
Local (Tnions will not lie unmindful to
appoint delegates early and make every
needed preparation for their attemlanre at
Convention, and send names uf delegates,
soon as appointed, to Acting President,
1st us look to Him from whom oar help
coineth, and then may we do greater and
better things for our onn and the world's
Yours fi r Ood. home and humanity.
Miss Ei.iz.uietii M.vkcii,
Acting State President,
iliss XoniE M. Jotixsox,
Slits. Mary E. ". White.
Mns Ellen J. Y. I'rkykk,
Judge Hj mini's Arraignment.
At no time in the history of the
Republican party has it been so com
pletely under the domiimtion of
office-holders and little men who
have no conception of politick ixcepi
such as is dictated from Washing
ton. At no time has the Kepubli
can party a North Carolina tteen
led by such small and inferior men
as today. There isn't a man in the
leadership who is more than dung
hill to t diamond in comp iris n to
the old leaders like Settle, Dockery,
and Pearson. The present crowd
makes no appeal except to cupidity
aud to prejudice. The arraignment
of the party by it ablest lawyer was
not overdrawn when he said:
"The time has come in the tide
of Republican politics in North Car
olina when one of two things must
be done. Either the Federal office
holders must own, control, aud man
age the party absolutely, s they
seem to be doing at this convention,
or they must abdicate and allow the
party to be managed and its policy
shaped by those whose policies and
principles are governed by other con
siderations than office-getting, grned,
grab, and graft. If the Federal
office-holders continue in control,
then no self-respecting mat can or
will be induced to take part in Ke
publican politics in this State. If
they are forced to abdicate, as
should be done, then there is a fu
ture for the party. This may as
well be said here and now. lne
party seems to be drifting without
a leader or any one who has the
courage to speak above a whisper.
Everything is subrogated to the
chance of being a delegate or get
ting an office. The thoughtful,
prudent people of North Carolina
never will and never oucnt to con-
seut to the management of the affairs
of this great tate by such an irre
sponsible cabal as now controls the
affairs of the Republican party of
Speaking Out In Meeting.
From The Concordia Empire. (Rep.)
We have been invited to send a
dollar contribution t the Republican
campaign fund that is being raised
by popular subscription ana to
which President Roosevelt recently
subscribed. We would like to have
our dollar in such select company,
all right, but we've done all the,
contributing we intend to do this
year. We have recently completed
building a house at a cost of some
tning over $4,000, and for every
foot of lumber, every pane of glass,
every sack of cement, every pound
of nails, and in fact, for nearly every
bit of material that went into it we
made a good, liberal contribution
through the trusts that control them,
and we guess we have done our share.
It may be treason for a Republican
newspaper to talk this way, but facts
are facts, and it sort of relieve our
conscience to tell the truth about
the trusts once in a while. We'll
just let the several trusts to which
we have Jiad to pay uBwilling tribal
in the past year pay our dollar for
us. We need it and they don't.
I shall be on the market from now until
June 1, 1967, paying top prices for nice cat
tle. Call and see me or write
S. . Coble,
Climax, N. C.
NULLlWlNG THE LAW.
Fbe Administration Defies the Labor
The Immediate employment of 2,500
Chinese coolies to work on the Panama
canal was Indorsed by President ltoom
rclt ou the 13th of August. The num
ber eventually to be lmorteU for hucu
work Is placed nt 30,000. All of thorn
are to be Imported In violation of the
Chinese exclusion act unxi the alien
contract labor law. The eight hour
law was ubollsbexl us to canal work by
Ibo Kepubllcu'is t:t the last session of
coiijrress. wben tbey forced through an
amoiHlment to the urgent deficiency
bill t3 that effect lu violation of the
rules of the house of representatives.
Secretary Taft not long ago dlspens
ed with tbe C'bluese exclusion act as to
the Philippines in the case of twenty-
five Chinamen, and It is evident that
tbe entire Itepubllcan administration
is committed to the policy of admitting
Chinese la violation of the exclusion
act and tbe alien contract labor law as
well as tbe law forbidding peonage so
far as Panama, Porto Rico and the
"Philippines are concerned..
It Is characteristic of tbe Republican
party that It should prohibit tbe pur
chase of tbe cheaper material and
equipment for tbe construction of the
canal In any foreign market and at the
same time Insist on using tbe cheapest
lubor to be found lu the world to do
the work on tbe Isthmus. Having re
ceived the votes of tbe worklngmen by
reason of false promises and lying mis
representations for forty or fifty years,
that imrty now throws OS the mask
and reveals Itself lu Its true light as the
creature atvd tool of capital and the
enemy of American labor.' It Is no
longer necessary for It to fool the peo
ple. It now despises and throttles
tbem. Let us determine once for all at
tbe election this year whether this Is a
government of lawbreakers or a gov
ernment of luw made by tbe people for
The position of tbe Democratic party
on tbe lubor question was set forth
clearly In tbo Chicago platform of 1896
"We bold that the most efficient way
of protecting American labor Is to pre
vent tbe Importation of foreign pauper
labor, and as labor makes the wealth
of the country we demand the passage
of snch laws as may be necessary to
protect It In all Its rights. And we
especially object to government by In
junction as a new and highly danger
ous form of oppression by which fed
eral judges, In contempt of the laws of
the states and the rights of citizens, be
come legislators. Judges and execution
Government by dispensation of the
executive Is as bad as government by
Injunction. Tbe Democratic party Is
opposed to both. Tbe worklngmen may
take their choice between Republicans
and Democrats at the palls next No
vember. Will tbey allow themselves
to be fooled again?
ROBBING THE INDIANS.
Eiporan of Grafting Govern meat
A full blood Choctaw Indian was a
speaker at a Democratic barbecue at
Muskogee, I. T., on Aug. 23, and bis
Impassioned utterances were the fea
ture of the occasion In fact, William
Durant Is an orator whose renown Is
now heralded all over tbe territory.
Ills theme was tbe robbery of his peo
ple by Republican officials, and the
convincing evidence be produced has
had the effect of demoralising tbe cam
paign of the Republican officeholders
to capture tbe organization of tbe new
state of Oklahoma.
"William Durant comes from a fine
line of Indian ancestors," says the
Muskogee (I. T.) Times-Democrat "In
bis veins runs the blood of tbe chiefs
of his race. He was a member of the
Choctaw council and Is therefore fa
miliar with all that was done In a
tribal way. He told the people at tbe
barbecue why be was a Democrat, and
bis words were like brands of fire. No
Intelligent man could have listened to
his address and remain a Republican
unless be held a federal job, and then
his manhood should prompt him to re
"Mr. Durant Is a splendid specimen
of bis race. He began to speak slowly
at first, but as be progressed tbe In
tensity of his utterances led blm to put
words together so rapidly that it was
with djfficulty that tbe two most rapid
stenographers In tbe city kept up With
blm. He recited In detail tbe wrongs
visited upon bis peojrte by tbe bureau
cratic grafters at Washington. He
told for tbe first time of tbe legal fees
exacted. from the Choctaws and Chick
asaw by those who divided the spoils,
of political robbery with those who con
trolled Indian affair. He brought out
the fact that lawyers were taking dou
ble fees and double expense from the
two tribe with the full consent and
approval of tbe Indian office at Wash
ington. The two tribe were led Into a
trap by being; told that tbe roTernment
would pay tbe exp-rase of adjusting
the tribal rolls. Instead of selecting
thetr own lawyers they found them
selves saddled with a lot of designing
manipulator who btedtbem for nearly
"Mr. Durant went Into detail in re
gard to the cutting down of th roysJ
Uea on coal In order to favor the cor
poratkw who were then cbargtug high
er price for mloed coal than bad ever
been known la this sect too of country."
The Iowa Idea has been oulderably
battered by the apotrtactetn of Govern
or Cummin, tbe taodpathtm of Can
non aad th big stick of th president
bat K Is rtlll In tbe ring and In th
heart of the Iowa voter. It will bt
pretty hard to make the Iowa farmer
believe that the tariff fostered trut
help or protect blm. t
I RAILROAD THROUGH YADKIN.
Citlxcli Of The futility I'xpected To
Vote llniidx lor The r.ntcrprUe.
The iiietiti"ii of ruii'ding u rail
road was discussed at a meeting
held in Yudkinville last week. The
States ville people want the route
finiii Mr. Aiiv via Yulkiu villi to
tliMt plane, and ure endeavoring to
'.-et tin election rallod in Yadkir. to
that effect. However the commis
sioners of Yadkin decided to cull
fie uleutbn ut their meeting in Oe
A proponed route is from Mouth
of Wilson, Va.. via Sparta, Klkin,
Yadkinville, Winston, High Point,
Asheboro aud to the coast.
The route would develop a fine
section of con u try and is regarded
by many hs tbe best one that has
yet beeu mapped out. The Pennsyl
vania Air Line is said to be backing
the pioject. Yadkin is enthusiastic
and will vote $100,000 to secuie the
road, while Forsyth is expected to
vote twice that amount, says the
Elkin Enterprise. That paper says
Yadkin will do her part.
The Art of Pleasing;.
Somebody Baid it is . better to be
beautiful than to be good. But it
is certainly better to be good than to
be ugly. It is better to be charm
ing. A woman cannot charm be
cause 6he wants to. A man is not
agreeable because he sets out to be.
Quite the reverse. In effort is fail
ure. The proper effect must, like
repartee, be spontaneous ind unpre
meditated. It must be radiated
naturally, like light and love.
Books there are that pretend to tell
how it is done. They do so quite
as competently as grasshoppers teach
entomology. The ability to charm,
to ba agreeable, to be entertaining,
is an ai t apprehensible only through
influences generally prenatal but
always prolonged. Tbe mere tech
n que is so volatile that it must be
inhaled. Like the Mayflower into
nation, little by little, it must be
Kings hdJ thugs may abash the
amateur in the art of pleasing but
the artist is at home with them. He
puts himself in harmony with them.
In the ability to do that is the
whole secret of the art of pleasing.
Edgar Saltus in the October De
lineator. LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Superior Court.
J. E. McPherson, at als,
, at als, i
. et als. '
The defendant above named will take notice
that a summons In the above entitled action was
Issued against fit in on the lath day of September,
1008. bv W. C. Hammond. Clerk Superior Court
of Randolph county, returnable before said
Clerk of the Puperlor Court at hie office in Ashe
boro ou the isth day of (ictotier, 1806, said action
is brought for the sale of real estate for partition,
at which time the defenduut is required to ap-
lear ana answer, pieau, or uenur to tne com
plaint, or the relief demanded will lie granted.
n.u. BAJDRMI,!,. s. u.
This the ISth day of September, 1900.
Z. A. I-ewallen has this day entered the
following land in Kundoiph Co., to wit:
A tract of fifty acre mure or less in Ce
dar Grove Township, on the warters of Tav-
lor s I reek near a pond adjoining the lands
of E. It. Hudson, the Barber lands, and Z.
A. Lewallen; for which without objection
filed within thirty days from this date, he
will ask for a warrant of survey to the
County surveyor ol Kanuolph County.
This Sept. Zl), jyuu.
J. P. Boroughs,
SALE OF LAND
Bv virtue of au order of the superior court of
Kaudoipn county, fi. (., in me special proceed -inir
entitled A. W. Grav etal.. VS. J. M. Grav
et al. I will on the -ill day of October 1906 at
12 o clock M.at tne courtnouse aoor in Asne
boro. N.C.. sell to the hii-hest bidder at Dubhc
auction tne loiinwiug aesennea tanas:
1st tract: Known as the Wllllum (iray place.
Beginning at a stone in the public road, run
ning North 47 pole to a stone, by the side of
the public road: thence east 18 degrees North
105 rods to a white oak: thence South go rods to
a Kwtoak stump on the south side of the mill
road : tnence west tw reus to a stone in . r.
Brown's line: thence north 11 rods to a stone;
thunce west 1? rods to the beginning coutainins
88 acre and 183 rods more or less.
-ind. Tract Beginning at a stone in 8. M.
Sainton's line: running east 105 rods to a stone
thence north 87 rods to a cedar: thence north 18
degrees west Si rods to a post oak : thence west
10 degrees Sctuth M rods to a stake in Stanton's
line, containing S4 acres more or leas.
3rd Tract Beglnlnlng at a stone besides tne
ulilic road. Mnttie Routh'e Corner, running
North go desTees west 67 rods to a stone in
public road: thence west 21 rods and 10 link to
a stone in Palmer's Hue: 'hence south 51 rods
to a maple: thence South 45 degrees west 31 rods
to a stone: theuce South 21 rods to a Willow in
the old line, containing 28 acres more or less.
4tii Tract Beginning at a stone, Maine
Routh's corner on public road, running north
134 rods to a stone: thence east 1S1 rods to a
Vickory: (hence South 14 degrees east 85 rods to
a stone; thence South 24 rods to a stone, Mattle
Houtht corner; thence west 13 degrees south
105 rods to the beginning containing 104 acres
mire or leas.
6th Tract Half undivided interest in a tract
kn iwn a the Massey Polk place, bounded on
the north by T. 3. Steele, on the east by John
ftellars, on the south by Bob- Frailer and on the
west by Will Adams containing 80 acres more or
H. M. ROBINS. Commissioner.
This ssth day of September. 1900.
R virtue of the power vented in me by an or-
riar'nf tha Sunerinr Court of Randolnh Countv N.
('.. Id a recUl proceeding entitled W. 8. Skeen
Admr. Vs. Zorada Russell, I will on the 42 day
of Oct.. IMS. sell at public auction to the high.
et bidder ror casn, at tne court nouae door in
Asheboro. N. C, at 1J ociock M . tne mercnant
able timber on tne following described real
In New Hone townsnin, bounded on tne Nortn
by Columbus Lofliii; on the East by Alson Sur
ra U: on the South by Alex Surra tt and .1. A.
Cranford: and on the West bv W. M. Ruwiell
aud Columbus Lotlin. containing about 120 acres
more or less, it being the home place where Alex
This September 91, 1909
W. B. BKEEN, Commissioner
.State of North Carolina,
Dejiiirtnieiit of State,
I'EIIIIFK'ATi: OX IIISSiiM lliiN.
To -Ml to Whom Tlioae IV -siut May f 'on
Whereas, It appear to my sutisfacli 1:1,
liy duly iiutlieiilicuiii'l recunl of t!ie proei ed
ing for the voluntary diasolu' ion thereof hy
the unanimous consent of all of the Block
hoMerx, dcxnitel ill my ollice, that .he
MrCniry-Liissiter Company, a corp -ration of
this State, whom principal office is situated
on I 'I'imt Hlrcut, in tile town of AsIu-Ihiio, in
the oiinty of Randolph, Statu of North
Carolina, f). ft. McCrarv, lieing the a-ient
therein und in clnutru tlnuvuf. mnn wlmm
process) niay lie Berved, has couip!ie3 with
the reijniivniputs of Clmp'er 21, I'evisal of
1905, entitled "Jor-ioriitioiitt," preliminary
to the issuing of thix C'eitilicate of Dissolu
tion: Xott, TliKiiKtDHK, I, J. Bryan CirimH,
Secretary of State of the the State f North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the said cor
poration did, ou the 1 lth Jay of July, lllilU,
iile in my ollice a duly executed, aud attested
consent in writing to the dis-olutinn of s iid
corporation, executed liy nil the stockholders
thereof, which suid consent mi l the record
of the proceedings aforesaid are now on Iile
in my said office as provided liy law.
in testimony whereof, 1 have hereto
my hand and nflixed my official seal at
Haleigh, this the 11th day of July, A. !.,
1900. J. Bryan Gimmes.
seal Sec.of State.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
State of North Caroliua, Department of State.
To all to whom these presents may come Gr-.t-t-lngi
Where as. It appears to my satisfaction. i
duly authenticated record of the proceedings lor
the voluntary dessolutios) thereof by the ununi
mous consent of all the stockholders, deposited
in my office, that the Engleworth Mills, a cor
porution of this State whose principal otticv is
situated in the town of Randlemau, Countv of
Randolph, State of North Carolina. (T. G. Jle
Alister being the agent therein, aud in chai .-e
thereof, Un whom process may be sem-d)
has complied with the requirements of Chap er
21, Revisal of 1905, entitled, "Conwrnti-ns''
to the Issuing of this certificate of dissolution.
Now, therefore, I. J. Bryan Grimes, secretary
of the State of North Corolina, do hereby corn :y
that the said corporation did, on the 21st dnv of
September, HKK), tile in my office a duiy execut
el and at tested consent in writing to the dis-o.
lution of said corporation, executed by all stock
holders thereof, which said consent and the
record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on
file In my Bald office as provided by law.
In testimony whereof I have hereto set -ny
hand and affixed mv official still, ut Rah is; i,
this 21st day of September. A. D.,l(u6.
J. BRYAN GRIMES.
Sec. of (State.
1 will oner for sale to highest bidder, on 2)th
dnv of Oct. 1806. My personal 'property, cou.
sisiiug of two Horses, one two horse Wa;im, one
one horse Wagoa, one Buggy. Harness Farming
Tcols. Lot of Wheat, Corn. Feed, oue set Black
Smith Tools, Household aud Kitchen Furnlt are,
and other things not necessary to mention. The
sule will be at my resilience, known oh the
Com ant Residence, and will begin at 10 o'clock
a. in. terms cush.
Frnnklinvillc, N. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as administrator on the es
tate of Anthony Moser. deceased, before W. C.
Hammond. Clerk ol the Superior Court of Kun
doiph county. North Carolina, this i to notify
all persons having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned on or beiore the
11th day of Sept 1907, or this notice will be
pleudedln bar of their recovery: and all per
sins due and owing said estate are hereby notifi
ed to make immediate payment.
K. C. PALMER, AJmr.
This Sept. 11, 1900,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as Executor to the last Will
aud Testament f A. W. Kennedy, deceased,
before W. C. Hammond, Clerk of the Superior
Court of Randolph county, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims against
said deceased to present them to the und-
signed on or before the 26th day of August, 19o7,
or this notice will be pleuded in bar of their re
covery; and all persons due and owing said
estate are hereby notified to make iramediuts
This August 45, 1006 txecutor.
V. E. Allred has this day entered the
following land in Itandolph county, to wit:
10 acres more or less in Franklinville town-,
ship, on the waters of Hicks Creek and
Fieep Hiver, adjoining the lands of W. E.
Allred, Andy Fount, Gaston Lane, Geo
Baldwin deceased, and others, for which
without objection filed within thirty days
from this date he will ask for a warrant of
Survey to the County Surveyor of Randolph
county. This Sept. 5th, IOOti.
J. P. BoRotr.iis,
9-13 06. Entry Taker.
Having qualified as administrators on the
etateofN.R. Skeen. deceased, before W. C,
Hammond, Clerk of the 6utierior fourt of Ran
dolph county, all persons having- claims against
said estate are notified to present them to the
undersigned, duly verified, ou or before the 1st
day of October. 1906, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their rcovery; and all persons ow
ing said estate will come forward ami muke im
JORDAN R. SKEEN,
H. M. SKEEN.
This 8d day of Sept. 19u6.
The assertion is backed by our sales for the past few mouths. Easy
running, durable and comfortable. We also handle J. 1. Nissen Wag
ons. Jahnston Harvesting Machinery, Mowers, Stoves, Ranges, Mill
Supplies, Builders Hardware, liucpy und Wagon Harness, Stag Paint,
Barb and Smooth Wire and everything ia the Hardware line.
I auila JSi Wlnelnui
epit&l Stock $30,000
RALEIGH, N. C.
THESE SCHOOLS GIVE the world's bent I I nod?rn Bu lne. Education. Old e it Business
College in North Carolina. Positions cuaranleed. tackl by a written contract. Ma T&ostlon.
Individual instruction, We alo teach Book-ket plug, Shorthand, Penmanship, by mail. Beo4
for HomeBtudy rates. Write todsv for our Cstilccue. OTers aad High EndoKtmeuuj. Thevars
free. Address. IKINC'S BV6INCSS COLLEGE,
RtUisN M.Cr Cbavrlott N.O
flow in prescriptions filled by
the Standard Drug Store at
Asheboro or W A. Under
wood, Asheboro, . C.
Bring or send them to us.
We are the prescription
druggists of Randolph.
W. A. UNDERWOOD,
.1 1 iJ a.TH.i N. C.
Trinity High School.
' lid Trini'y College.)
Locution live miles Mititlieasl of Hij-h Point.
Climate and water unsurpassed Faculty of
seven teachers. WJH a'oid thorough pre
partition for jip'i unire class of leading Col
leges, in the State. The coming year to be
most successful in history f institution.
Strong linancia' linckicg. lintes very reason
able. Write for catalogue mid other infor
mation to J T. Henry, Principal.
flev. B. I.. Hargett. Financial agent.
Grate Par- and plain cast
ings of all descriptions
Delivered a.t Asheboro for
2 1-2 cents per pound..
Send us your orders.
Biscoe Foundry & Machine Co,
Biscoe, N. C.
My Work Pleases!
When you wish an easy shave
As good as barber ever gave,
Just call on me at my saloon,
At morning, eve or noon,
cut and dress the hair with grace,
To suit the contour of the face.
My room is neat and towels clean,
Scissors sharp and razors keen.
And everything I think vou'll find,
To suit the face and please the mind,
And all my art and skill can do,
If you just call I'll de for you.
We build Machinery to or
der, overhaul and repair ma
chinery, cut gears, make
patterns, models, etc.
Southern Machine Works,
High Point, N. C.
Ri ndolph County.
Is hereby given to the public that application
will be made lo the (iovernur of North Caroli
na for the union of Charles Redwlne colored
convicted at July term IWW, of the superior
Court of Kamloli'h county, for the crime of an
attempt to com not rune, and wntenced to work
the it wids of Randolph county for a term ol
BKITTA1N i FERREE,
This (Sept., 6th ItMNl.
Are THE Best.
f CHARLOTTE, N. C
Piedmont Ins. Bid.