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A youiiu teacher wlw graduated from
the norninl school last Juno wns asked
line day recently to act as a substitute
In a liifrbtT grade than her own. She
was a little nervotiH over the tempo
rary promotion and was anxious that
everything should go off In the usual
good order. While instructing the class
In composition she said: "Now, chil
dren, don't attempt any flights of fan
cy. Don't try to imitate the things jrou
have heard, but Just be yourselves and
write what is really in you."
As a result of this advice one little
boy turned in the following composi
tion: "I alu't goin' to attempt no fiite of
fancy; I'm Just goiu' to write what's In
me, aud I got a hart, a liver, two lungs
and some other things like that; then I
got a stummick, and it's got in It a
pickle, a piece of pie, two sticks of pep
permint candy and my diuuer."
Women have more of what is termed
good sense than men. They cannot
reason wrong, for they do not reason
at all. They have fewer pretensions,
are less implicated in theories and
Judge of objects more from their Im
mediate and involuntary impression on
the mind and therefore more truly and
A DEED AND A WORD.
A little Ft ream had lost Its way
Amid the straws nnd fern.
A passing stranger scooped n well.
Whore weary men might turn.
Ho walled It In und nuns with care
. A ladle at the brink;
lie thought not of the deed he did.
But Jul; 1 that all might drink.
Ho passed again, nnd. lo. the well.
By summer never dried,
Had cooled ten thousand parching
And saved u life beside.
A nameless man amid a crowd
That thronged the daily mart
Let fall n word of hope and love,
1'nstudled, from the heart;
A whisper on the tumult thrown,
A transitory breath.
It raised a brother from the dust.
It saved a soul from death.
O germ. O fount, O word of love,
O thought at random cast.
Ye were but little at the first,
But mighty at the last!
Sir Boyle Roche.
Sir Doyle Itoche described himself on
one occasion as "tandiug prostrate at
I the feet of royalty" and iu a speech
In the house of commons said, "I smell
a rat; I see it floating In the air, and,
by heaven, I'll nip it In the bud!"
Burke on John Howard.
He has visited all Europe not to sur
vey the sumptuousuess of palaces or
the statelinees of temples, not to make
accurate measurements of the remains
of ancient grandeur or to form o scale
of the curiosity of modern art, not to
collect medals or collate manuscripts,
but to dive Into the depths of dungeons,
to plunge Into the Infection of hospi
tals, to survey the mansions of sorrow
and pain, to take the gauge and di
mensions of misery, depression and
contempt, to remember the forgotten,
to attend ti the neglected, to visit the
forsaken nnd to compare and collate
.the distresses of all men lu all coun
tries. His plan is original, and It is as
full of genius ns it Is of humanity. It
was a voyage of discovery, a circum
navigation of charity. Already the
benefit of his labor is felt more or less
In every country.
Won His Bet.
General Miles, in company with a
friend, was walking down Pennsyl
vania avenue, when a person entirely
unknown to the veteran soldier rushed
up to him and. grasping his hand, said
warmly. "Well, Nelse, old boy, I'll bet
anything you don't remember mel"
"You win!" coldly and laconically re
plied Miles, as he released himself
from trie grasp of the stranger and re
sumed his walk. Woman's Home Com
The Weed and the Man.
Gough used to describe the struggles
of a man who tried to leave off using
tobacco. He threw away what he bad
and said that was the end of It; but,
no. It was only the beginning of ft. He
would chew camomile, gentian, tooth
picks, but it was of no use. He
bought auother plug of tobacco and put
it In his pocket. He wanted a chew
awfully, but he looked at It and said:
"You are n weed, aud I am a man.
I'll master you If I die for it." And
he djd master it while carrying It in
bis pocket daily.
Strategy In Ireland.
A traveler engaged a chaise at Gal
way and had proceeded some distance
when it came to a sudden standstill at
the begiuuiuu of a steep incline, aud
the driver, leaping to the ground, came
to the door ;.nd o; eneJ it. "What are
you at, man? This is not where I
ordered you to stop!" said the traveler.
''Whisht, yer honor, whisht I" said Pad
dy In an undertone. "I'm only desav
lng the sly baste. I'll just bang the
door and the crafty ould cratur will
think he's lutirely got rid of yer hon
or's splendid form, and he'll be at the
top of the hill in no time."
Schopenhauer on Discussion.
If human nature were not base, but
thoroughly hjiiorable, we should in ev
ery debate have no other aim than the
discovery of truth." We should not In
the least care whether the truth proved
to he in favor of the opinion which we
had bcf.m by expressing or of the
opinion of mir adversary. That we
should regard as a matter of no ino
meut or, at any rate, of very seconds-
rjr consequence; Tmt, as ttilngs are. It'll
the main concern. Our innate vanity,
which is particularly sensitive in ref
erence to our Intellectual powers, will
not sudor us to ullow that our first po
sition was wrong and our adversary's
right. The way out of this difficulty
would be simply to ta!:e the trouble al
ways to form a correct Judgment. For
this a man would have to think before
he spoke. Rut, with most men, lunato
vanity Is accompanied by loquacity and
innate dishonesty. They speak before
they think, and even though they may
afterward perceive that they are wrong
and that what they assert i.-t false they
want it to seem tin contrary. As a
rule, then, every man will Insist on
maintaining whatever he has said, even
though for the moment he may consid
er it false or doubtful.
The Contrary Mule.
A farmer lu Kentucky sought advice
from a veterinary about a sick mule.
The doctor advised calomel, five times
the dose for a man.
"How can I make him take it?"
"Tou put a stick of wood three-quarters
of an inch thick between his teeth,
and then you take this rubber tube,
put the calomel lu It, Insert In the
mule's mouth, which is held open by
the piece of wood, and blow the medi
cine down his throat."
"That's easy enough," said the
Three weeks later the doctor met the
fanner, who had changed greatly. lie
was emaciated, humped, ghastly aud
bundled in heavy wrappings.
"Why, what's the matter'" said the
The fanner sighed deeply and spoke
feebly. "That mule," he said, "that
cussed, idiotic, foj! mule'. You see, 1
got ready Just ns y u told me, got the
tube in his ninith ready to blow, anrt
then," he paused lor breath, "then that
infernal mule blew ih-st!"
i Thoughts Brscd.
! Hatred, envy, malice, jealousy and
I reven-'e all have children. Every bad
j thought breeds others, and each of
these goes on an 1 on, ever reproduc
ing itself, until a world is peopled
with their offspring. O. S. Marden.
Presidenting and Planting.
llntlierford B. Hayes while president
aud visiting ills liuuie iu Ohio passed
the farm of a neighbor who was plant
ing potatoes iu a patch near the road.
The president, being somewhat of a
farmer himself, noticed some peculiar
ity In his neighbor's style of planting,
and after a few minutes' chat he called
attention to it, and the old man argued
the point awhile.
"After all," concluded the president,
"I don't think you are doing it as it
should be done for the best results."
The old farmer rested his arm on
the fence nnd looked steadily at Mr.
"They ain't neither one of us," he
said, "above havlu' fault found with
us, but ef you Just go on presidenthV
the United States your way an' I go
ou plantin' potatoes my way I guess
we won't be no wuss off."
1 Love and Business.
! In 1797 M. I'eter Caesar Labouchere,
i then a clerk in the banking bouse of
, Hope & Co., Amsterdam, was sent by
! his patrons to Mr. Baring, the London
I banker, to negotiate a loan. He dis-
! played lu the affair so much ability as
to win the esteem and confidence of
the great English financier.
"Faith," said Labouchere one day to
Baring, "your daughter is a charming
creature. I wish I could persuade you
to give me her hand."
"Young man, you are joking, for, se
riously, you must allow that Miss Bar
ing could never become the wife of, a
"But," said Labouchere, "if I were
In partnership with Mr. Hope?"
"Oh, that would be quite a different
tiling. That would entirely make up
for all other deficiencies."
Returned to Amsterdam, Labouchere
said to his patron, "You must take me
"My young friend, bow can you think
of such a thing? It Is impossible. You
are without fortune, and"
"But If I liecame the son-in-law of
"In that case the affair would be
soon settled, and so you have my
Fortified with these two promises,
M. Labouchere returned to England
and iu two months after married Miss
Faring and became a partner In the
house of Hope & Co. Henry Labou
chere, editor of Loudon Truth, is bis
Sociable With the Pig.
A nndidute ou paying a second visit
to the huuse of a doubtful voter was
somewhat surprised at hearing him
say that he would support him.
"Glad to hear It," said the candidate.
"I thought you were u gainst mo."
"So I was nt first," replied the voter.
"When you called lieix- the other day
and stood by that pigpeu und talked
for half an hour ye didn't budge me an
Inch, but after you had gone away, sir,
1 got to thiukiu' how ye'd reached yet
hand over the rail aud scratched the
pig's back till he lay down vi' the
pleasure of it. I made up my mind
that when a man was so sociable as
that wi' a poor fellow creature I wasn't
the one to vote against him."
How Racir.s toads Friends.
bo nut think that I am sought after
hy the great for my dramas. Corneille
composes nobler verses than mine, but
no one iitices him. nnd he only pleases
by the mouth of the actors. I never
allude to my works when with men
cf the world, but 1 amuse them about
matters they like to hear. My talent
with them consists not in making them
feel that I have any, but in sbowlns
then that they have.
SPIR IT OF THE PRESS.
m-rcpuUlile Political Methods.
Who, we beg leave to tuk in the
name of decency, 18 responsible foi
the dibiepute in which the Republi
can ,)arty of the South haa fal 1ii , if
not. Mr latt and bis compatriot.' At
this moment the "coin of politics,"
Federal ollicer, is being employed at
every turii to;promote the candidacy
of Mr Tuft. " There has been no
more disreputable political develop
nieiit since the days of the "blocks
of five." Here is an "spirant for the
Piesdetcy, whose boom is being
frankly nurtured by pie.from the Fed
eral, counter, reading Southern Re
publicans a lecture on the evils at
tendant upon the organized chase for
public office, and declaring ih it
Southern Republicans 6houid en
deavor to reach a higher plane in
their politic 1 dealings. Ii might be
better as Mi Taft suggested, if all
the offices were filled uv Democrats,
but it would net be" betttr for the
Taft Presidential boom. The Pres
ident, iu time, might find himself un
able, with Democrats holding the
offices, lo Hue up dehga'es'ot his
choice :n the South witnout further
difficulty than the occasional fluu is'i
of the tnf stick.
bou. hern Republicans, is we have
Hitherto t.tken occasion to say, mm'
strive fur better things and cna-iel
conditions before tliey tn.iy reasona
bly expect to get their dues, ami
their rights, itni larger aud prcp-r
ei.'se, but they must not expect iinv
iid iii any work of regem ration from
ti en brethren of the Xoith. Ashe
viile Gazette (Republican.)
Id-sol lit in lis ol ('spi rt.
Wlii reus. Hod in bis wisdom ha' called from
inn. .lit; ii- M.S. Abi-itil Steed, therefore lie it
Ke i ivi'l 1st. Thai in the dentil of Mrs. Ki'vl
our cl.uieii. sin. niiy -ebool. Missionuiy iu-it iy
mm 1'iayi r me . tum at Mt. Vernon. Kineloi.i.
i. iu. iy. lai.- iiM oiieof their res'iilai und laitlnul
Second That we cherish her minion as one
of the fuit h I ill one.; that we extend those U -;e
ived our sincere sympathy.
Third. T hat a copy oi these resolutions be
sprtnd U,oi! the iniiiutcsof our Home Mis-inuaiy
Society, a copy be sent to the N. C. Christian
Advocate mid the Aslielioro Courier for public
MRS. J. II. ELDER.
MISS on A KKDMVi,
Miss PEARL MARSH.
Independence In Politics.
Continued from Firet Page.)
er or stockholder in a local monopo
listic public utility, I would for bus
iness reasons prefer to sell out, rath
er than to surrender control For the
responsibility of control must go
in economic soundness the re
sponsibility of ownership. There
is really no adequate arsHtnent in a
democracy for eiving over a public
monopolistic utility tr any mnn or
set of men. And our cities should
How to Maintain Party Fealty.
Ndw it local party organization
will move out ah n these lines, they
can maintain the party organization
and maintain it in magnificent, line
of battle: but if these practical and
vital matters are neglected by the
politicians, the people will in self-in
tereet form groups of themselves and
let the parties and the politicians
play out. And I fould remind the
reader that when party interest dies
locally, it is death at the tap-root of
the paity's tree.
Two Domains In Politics.
I will say in conclusion, that the
two best things we iu North Caroli
na can do are, first, to localize our
politics; second, to nationalize our
politics. This is not a contradiction.
There is one principal that covers
the two domains. Each man is at
once a citizen of his town or town
ship, hi-: State and his Nation. Let
him exercise his citizenship in his
city or township with a view to his
local needs. If he live in the conn
try let him address himself to the
subject of schools, roads and public
peace. Let him vote for Legislators
and State offiters with a view to
state Deeds. Let him vote for Con
gressmen and Presidents with a
view to National needs. That is, let
him think first of the i sues aad the
men, and then of the vfhicle of exe
cuting his thoughts. For my part
I desire to see a direct, legalized, Au
stralian ballot primary system set tip
throughout North Ca-olina, which
will give the people an honest chance
I to make their issues to make and
j nee the parties and not to be made
; and used by the parties, to han 1
' down issues to their servants, not to
J dance to the music of rings and bos -j
es. Such a syste n is bound to come,
for we are a free people.
Demo' kacy should Vok e Will of
As a Democrat I am mire that the
Demcratic Party has everything good
to gain and only bad things to lose
by a policy of this sort. Its very
name declares its fundamental pur
pose of expressing the popular mint!.
It exists rot to maintain itself, nor
vet. to get any one into oiVic, but
wholly to voice the will of the ma
jority to the end that the common
welfare may be subserved. And in
the decree that it does thi?, in that
iWree will it flourish.
I NOTICK H-ivi' u u:ilHi..l a executor of the
. I l't will ami l.-'-' lll 'il .il Inlil itlllilv. ,i-eeil. i.
. all pernio- llol, li:m claim- uiiMU aH i--ati' ur '
, hereby initiilrft t.Uile them -vin, ib- iimI-Mth'-:
on ur Ix'bire tiie nl day ur Mny or this an
tiee will lie plea.lt.' in bar of their recovery.
I 'i bis April -it. !"uV.
A. M. KliAt'Y Kxoi iitor.
I will sell at :ii i-ti n at the Court Hu-e ilixn
in the imynui A-iieii h-.i on the lir-t Mmi'lay In
.1(111)-. l!IT. the nl 1 pllli'iv school hoilr ll 11 1 site
ill (V'lur i irove T -.vnshin eoininoiily known us
Walnut Kbli-'e. Ti.is m-immiI site eontaiiiK one
nail two tifth tier", and a kooiI ileeil cuti be
uinile lor the iirufiT'y
Hone bj oi'ler ef t!ie County b i inl of Educa
tion, .1. M WAY. Clerk.
Havinir ciMilili"il ns Administratrix on tbe es
tate of W. ti. Sin rait, iluiva-i'il. before W .C.
Hiiinnionil Clerk oi' the siiierior Court of llan
dolph Comity, i.otiee is l.ereby inveii ilnit nil
persons- buying ehrtns auain-t snbl entnle tin
iiotilie'l to presee' them to the unilerMLrii.-il. tluly
veritie.l. i.uor bi-ioiv Hi,- .lay of May 11KS or
ihis notice will b,- pi. no. il in biiroi their recov
ery, ami nil n r-oio wiuu ai'l cMatc will
coiih' fon aril an make iinineiliiite -etileineut.
'I'll in il day of iiniv. V.r..
. FI.OKA st r.KA'rr.
llv vruc't I be tK.iver v 5 'v n:c by un
orili'- ot the Superior i'oii-i of ''itudolpti county
in the special proci coins untitled M A. Kiniliey
vs Mat'lda' Coppice .1,. 1 wlllontue ia
f M.iv 111'; at l-.'o". b.'i. M rll. it t he 1-0111 1 house
ii o ill h.nuiol.ill eoll'iix lit AsIh b no N. C, tl 1
I'llM.WitlU .Icscril-'il n :,i .-.llltei
1-ttiiiet: M uii. nine at a stake at or neurthe
oricinal line of p. p. ropple; tlc'iici Easl 18
chain- 1111I Tl link- to a camwood : thence Soiill.
J chains linn irj 111 ks to an ash: tl.cncc Ea-t
chains aid link- toil -ti : tbclici Soutl
uins nud :S I'.iiks t., H st 111 'he Muith
line; thence We-! 1." ) ains .iud '' hubs ton
pine knot and tonr plumed; tini.ec Norths
cli iins to the ln-niiiiiitij con uiiiinn 1'.' acres
more or less.
sttul Hin t: Hcu-iunini; nt 11 :oieiii the mi.!.
die of I'll !i lllie ami ru'irlliC N-.'l'll Si ile-.T' C-
East iieha ns ami V.'i link- to a black oak; iln nc
North 4 cii.iius and t'.'i links to a iiiu-ood in
nrlemi'l l"'c: thence lvisi on .aid line 17 chain-
mid linl- '.oastce tnence S'KV H einiili
11111IN1 IP ks to a white oak; tiien.-e En-t IS
ci.ains and iiu link-to .1 sti,:ii. torn'.' :h a bkc-K
cak; til. -Hi i- .--"1111 :'Ji chains t,, a iiiekoiy; them
West ;-,r ..l-anis and 1.", l'nk- to .1 pine s.illht.
thence S. ::l i'i 1 nain- ion p o.lk: thence
Wc-t it eha."s aim "" link Ma stake nitiie mi 1-
' ile of t'H Ii iiri'" tin. nee .iptNc '. ,;rioti i-our-es nl
said .I'-ck to the ! -u . 1 1 1 1 1 1 e; colli;.. i'.:ti I'O il'-Ics
1111 in- or le-.
Id trai l: lleiiinnl 'ii ;.t a do-ow.nl in E E
' Copple's Ii ic.i c sutli -.'(:. a.'-:- ii'id IU link
i to an aslie thence K -' 'J chains ami link- Ion
; stoMf, thence Nor'h eon. lis nud irJ loik to a
' stake and -tone 'h-i . thence Wi s- : ; tiains ami
JS links to the b (iinii iii; ci:t..n:i:. ! acie
! inure or le .
T.-rms. one half ea-'i a id tl. b.il 1 . on a
. cretin of six months, the ti'le til o tc.line I i.-.l-
! til all the purchase nion.'v ! paid.
i 'I bis Apnl . 1IC.
.1. A. SI'EN'CE, o..:xi--i...cr
! NOTK E.
i II n ine qtuililici! lis iidniiiiistrut.il on ih" estate
oi M. L. Hnrlev h cca-ed. h-lore W. ('. Haul,
i mom!. Clerk of the Slip .-rior Court 01 lUitcloliih
' ( oui.tv I sluil! -ell ;,t pul.lie unction to the
hiKlitut 1'1'lder for Cush iu I.ilienv X. '. on the
1 1st. lay of .luuo no, the fnllowi.-K pi -souul prop
jertv to wit; one Horse, one loo B uriry. one
'set Hurtles- nod other Hiiicks lo u..!i.ii to
; All iier-ons hnvinu eluims uL-ainst -ind estate
, lire notifl -d to present tlc'in to lim uuner-iu'iied.
dulv vcrilied on or Ih fore tin- 1-t di.y of .liinc
! 19 i or this notice will lie. pleaded in n .r of their
I recovery; nnd all H'isous owiim said .state will
1 come forward icid tnuke immediate settlement.
I This Htn ('.uv ol Mav. 1111.
j O T HVTI'H.
I Huvinti t-uiilltii'd us v cutor on the est; te ot
' Samuel Arnold license I. Iiefore 'A C Hammond.
Clerk of the Suiieiior C .urt of Kun loli Ii Comity.
All iiersons huvinir eliuniM uuiiet -aid estate lire
I notitied to iiresem tht in to ti e iindersiimed
duly veritic I, on or before the loth duy ot Jutu
I JWW or this notice 11 tie plended in liar of their
recovery: unit nil persons (mini: said estate will
come forward mid in ike immediate settlement.
This 14 duv ot Mureh 1'. 07.
W. W. AKN.LIi.
J. A. Wall, administrator t,l Saruh Cruvon
deceased, und John Craven,
Ev:e OMmer und husbiind. John G liner. Will
Craven. 'Alice Cullicut and husband i"lark
Callicut. Mury Alford mid husband Mai; Al
ford. Jiaiii Cuhninnhum and husband Lull e un
nineham. L' diu Hauner, Charity Cr.ivci . Uoht
Craven, Samuel Craven, Isaac Craven,.1. rusiia
Craven und t!ain Craven.
I The eVfeiuiants utrnve nnmed i!l take
: notice that an action entitled us above
I ha Ih"'!! commenced iu the su ri..r court of
! Randolph county to sell u certain tiuct of land
In New Market toivnshiuln said count' in or
near the town of Sophia for Hsctti to .ay debts
aud for division ni'i iio: tenuuts in common ; the
sum ilelendaiils will I u l tier tuke notice that they
are repaired to npfiear tn-fore the c.erk of the
siiierior court of K.indolpa county, a hisollke
In AshelKiro, N. c. iu Niid county u the aird
day of Muy 1i", and uuswer or demur to the
petition In suid uction. or the jilaiutills will
apply to the court for the relief uenuiiideit ill
Th trd day of April, 1U0T.
W. C. HAMMOND,
Clerk uf the Sujierior Court.
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of Enamelware. Please investigate our goods
before buying elsewhere or, in fact, any other
article in the hardware line that you may need.
is the oldest (3n years and first Businsrs C v
to own a builiiinir erc-ov-cl frits
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iisiness uii n tmtl v.--
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"When I retK'lii'u liimiruud, i 111..: m o
ruhiess Coiiif,'- 4. city, und, witbeu
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Sir.jrte, Pr..U'e Vr try nn1 Joint-Rtwk '
Rusirjfss Writintr. ?uinp;- FYaftii'p. jh
t'ortiuieivii; Law. KuirHsh Dftiartiiieu' L;
Sessions. No vacfltions. Stailrnta enr n any time-. By Aftaii. Bookkeep
Shorthiind. IVnu.anshiti, at honi, to those v.hu ctunot Cuiuc to Collerje.
Special inducements f well ediifatt-d young ir-cti, f-joc:tt!ly t: teachers.
Write forcati.!o(r and fall particulars to G. tt.'Etti'hdesi. P'-chmond. V.
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Lewis & Winslnvv
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Ajheboro.
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'p.
Armfield (El LaxigKlin.
Real Esta.te Dealers.
The Traveling Man Who is Measured By
CETS CLOTHES THAT J. E. 0 C A 7T L AM1 D WEAR WELL, AND
FIT WELL QQ . . LOOK WELL
The Merchant Tailors and Sh rt Makers
Lumber 115 South Elm St., Greensboro, North Carolina.
SHIRTS TO FIT MADE TO ORDER.
vtU refala ieih and atraBftk.
Waita at aaartr aad all diiaasaa reaoltint
Craai orartaxjDf tb aystam are sand by
the aa at P. p. p.
Ladi whoa ayitemi are polaoned and
whose blood I In aa impure condition dna
to mnetrual irregularittee are pocullarly
benefited by tb wonderful tonic and
blood el earning propertlea of P. P. r4
Prickly Aih, Poke Boot and Pelaattaaa.
Sold by all Drogglita.
F. V. LI PPM AN, ProprUUr.
A T I S'M
door to the Bank of Randolph.
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Are THE Best.
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