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ADDRESS BY GOVERNOR
lr. Detwiler Preached the Annual Ser
monMedals AwardedMembers ot
Graduating Class Rev. J. W. Franks
a Member of the Faculty
The great center of attraction this
last week was the Commencement
of the Liberty Normal College.
This event has been looked
forward to for some tune as one of
the greatest events that has ever
taken place in Liberty. And indetd
it was the greatest Commencement
occasion that the Liberty JNormal
College has ever had.
The exercises really commenced
on the 4th of May, with a contest
in declamation by the Soionian
Literary Society. A medal hud
been offered by Prof. J. A. Iloruady
to the successful contestant. The
medal was won by Mr. Henry M.
Neese of Alamance County.
On Friday night. May 10, HID?,
the annual declaimed' coutett of the
college took place. The young men
had acquitted t hi' m stives well und
the contest was interesting in the I
extreme. The medal was awarded
to Mr. Carney Durham of Ch ipel !
Hill, X. C. ;
. The Contest for the reciters tik-dai :
took place on Monday night. May
13,1907. The young ladies had
done their best to make the contest j
successful, and had pn pared;
themselves well for their work. I
The progi am was well rendered!
from beginning to end. The medal :
Tvas won by Miss Hassie May Jones
of Liberty, N. C. The music for
both of these programs was rendered i
by the class in Instrumental Music. ;
It was well rendered, and all were j
delighted with it.
Tuesday May 14th, was Com-;
meneement day. At 10 o'clock the
orations and essays of graduating j
class were delivered. This part of i
the program was worthy of attention.
The graduating class had made j
thorough preparation for the eveut,
and they delivered their parts well.
One gentleman was heard to say
that many an A. 13. thesis delivered
by a representative of a graduating
class in oar degree giving colleges
would not rank with the productions
of the graduating class of the Lib
erty Normal College this year.
The second part of the program
was a contest between the represen
tatives of the Scionian and Adelphi
Literary Societies. It was a contest
in oratory. The orations were well
written arid well delivered. The
orators medal was won by Mr. W.
I. Myrick of the Adelphi Literary
In the afternoon of Tuesday, his
excellency, Governor Robert B.
Glenn delivered the address of the
day. It was a noble effort. Not
a sentence but was filled with the
most wholesom'- advice. Not a
youug man in North Carolina, but
who would become a great and
noble man if he would take and
practice the advice of the Governor
of his State. There has not been
such another effort and another such
an address delivered here for years,
and it is doubtful if there will be
such another address delivered in
this community soon. We would
say all honor to the noble Governor
of North Carolina who is doing all
in his power to build up the State,
and to develop young men and
women into noble and useful
citizens. A throng of people hung
upon his word'. The crowd was
breathless almost with expectancy.
The address will be remembered by
hundreds of people when th
Governor has forgotten that he
After the Governor's address,
diplomas were presented to the
graduating class as follows: Miss
Lora Gazelle Rowan, Liberty, N. C;
Mr. Carey C. Branson, Graham, N.
C; Mr. Arthur L. Isley, Burling
ton, N. C; Mr. Charm Kimrey,
Builington, X. C; and Mr. Robert
S. Troxlei, Elon College, X. C.
The medals weie also preeeuted.
On Tuesday night, the students
ef the College rendered the play,
"The Merchaut of Veuicn." It was
well reudered, and all who were
present enjoyed the occasion.
We would say that the Annual
Sermon was one of the features of
the Commencement exercises. It
was preached on Sunday "av 12,
by Dr. G. H. Detwiler, pastor of
tne West Market M.
Greensboro N. C.
It was a noble sermon
text: "Wisdom is the
thing, therefore get wisdom." I)r
Detwilet was at his best, and the
immense audiea.ee that heard him
were delighted as well as bettered
by tht sermon.
It is useless to try to name the
people who came to Liberty in
throngs to atteud the Commence
meat. They were here from far and
near, a crowd that no man numbeied
aad scarcely any one even had the
power to estimate.
The Liberty Normal College has
closed the most successful year s
work that it has ever done. The
outlook for the future is the very
best. It is tieliev'l that next year
will see the school advance more
rapidly than ever before.
borne changes will be made in
the faculty. Among these, Prof. J
A. Horuady has sold his interest in
the College" to Rev J. W. Frank,
A. B., A. M., of Western Maryland
College, and former missionary to
Mr. Frank will take charge at
once and will work in the interest
of the school. Other changes will
be announced later.
At Lumberton on Friday grad
ed school bonds for $25,000 were
voted for unanimously. This will
give Lumberton a fine school, for
which a handsome brick building is
to be erected.
There are six widows in the Unit
ed Stites whose fortunes aggregate
a quarter of a billion dollars. Fore
most among them is Mrs. William
Henry Smith, whose husbaud died
recently in Japan, leaving her $90,
000,00') Mrs. Hetty Green, Mrs.
Sage, Mrs. Walker nd Mrs. Mar
shall Field, are among others.
Samuel R. Clard, of Marina uke
X. C. a student at Litlleton High
School was drowned while swimming
at Panacea Springs one day last
The Grand Lodge of Masons met
at Greensboio last week. The next
meeting will be held at Kiustou. .
R. & C. Railroad Company is
arranging a fret excursion over its
Inie for all the Carthage Sunday
Hon. W. W. Kitchen will deliver
the address to the graduating class
at Sanford tomorrow evening.
Mayor Schmitz, of San Francisco,
who has been indicted by the Grand
Jury for accepting bribes in connec
tion with the conduct of the city's
government, has resigned. Other
indictments wi I probably follow.
One huudred and fifty five thou
sand barrels of cement have already
been used in building the great
granite dam across the Yadkin river
at Whitney. Work on the great
power house will soon begin.
Ore Hill Chatham county, was
incorporated by the legislature. R.
M. Gorrell is mayor. The town
commissioners are C. S. Ellis, W.
T. Daik, D. T. Vestal, N. H.
Heritage. R. W. White. Marshal
Eli M. Bray.
Turner W. Battle, age 43 years,
and a native of North Carolina,
died at Richmond Hospital Satur
day. He held a responsible posi
tion with the Virginia Carolica
Cleman Brown shot and killed his
brother-in-law, Elijah Owens, near
Sylva, Jackson County, during a
quarrel. They quarreled over
Owens domestic troubles. A shot
gun was used. Brown has been
Mrs. Dolph Ki-kman, an estima
ble lady living in Sumner township,
Guilford county, committed suicide
by hanging Tbuisday afternoon of
last week. She was fifty years old
and suffered from a weak mind
which resulted from an attack of
fever a few months ago.
Five negro piisoners affected their
escape from the Alatnanje jail one
day last week. They tore the grat
ing loose and after leaving the cell,
picked a hole in the wall and escape '.
They are Frank Dickey, Will Wal
ker, Jim Criss, Jim Turner and Will
.1 Novel Suit Instituted Again Burial
.woriation at High Point.
A novel suit has been instituted
in ilikrh Point by R. L. Loflin, a
practical funeral director, to recover
$55 due by the defendant, th
Mutual association, for the burial ot
0!e of its members, Mrs. J. G. Law
son. Mr. U. L. Lof'.iii was selected
by Mr. Law eon to conduct the funer
al, under the pretest of Agent Willis
who claimed that J. W. Sechrest,
wan is a number of the biard of con
trol of the association, is the offi
cial undertaker of its members. The
attorneys for the plaintiff say the
caee narrows down to a fight against
an undertaking trust.
Raudolph Camp Growing.
The follow. ng new applications
have been approved fr membership
in uaodolph ("auip United Uonfed-
ae Ve"-ac: -T. IT. !Ir,p.)':, Brwc;
Nitnr.i I Ti Htu. .f. W. Cider,
RniniJ-'ii. i), W. M .ii-r, Libertt ; T.
J. Sj-, Rrt.-i.he ti-i": '. X. Caudle,
Kir.d fin i ; 'i -i. Y , Sf grove; W
D. s'li iiix; '. M. Hitvea,
K.tnr-iin; W. il .Vukin, Rim
seui; J. M. Pounds, Cedar Falls.
F.xhiblt will be Held Thin Fall Hand
some Premium List Being Arranged.
The ladies of the School Improve
ment Association are already
arranging for the chrysanthemum
show to be given here this fall for
the benefit of the library fund. Last
fall a large and handsome list of
premiums was arranged, but the
early frost so badly injured the
plants that not a sufficient number
of entries were made to guarantee
success, so the event was called off.
The show is open for entries from
the entire county and with proper
care and interest a most creditable
display should be made this fall.
The list of premiums is as fol
lows: 1. Best general collection of cut
flowers silk umbrella Morris
Scarboro Moffitt Co.
2. Second best general collection of
cut flowers 14 gross toilet soap
Lexington Grocery Cd
3. Largest bronze flower on potted
plant oaktable Asheboro Lum
4. Largest white flower on potted
plant solid gold brooch N. P.
5. Largest yellow flower on potted
plant set of six 1847 Rogera'
table spoons The Bui letin.
3. Largest red flower on potted
plant rocking chair Randolph
!. Largest pink flower on potted i
plant a clock Standard Drug i
S. Finest plant ostrich plume with ;
six blooms or mon $5.00 in gold
Bank ot Randolph. i
). Finest plant one dozen blooms I
white rocking-chair Wood & j
10. Finest plant one dozen blooms,
yellow toilet set The Courier.
11. Finest plant one dozen blooms,
red rocking chair O. R. Fox.
12. Finest plant one dozen blooms
pink glass water set Rich &
13. Finest plant one dozen blooms,
white rocking chair Asheboro
14. Finest plant one half dozen
blooms, yellow alarm clock
Lewis & Winslow.
15. Finest plant one half dozen
blooms, pink bamboo dress suit
case Spoon & ReddiLg.
10. Finest plant one half dozen
blooms red Wheelbarrow Wood
& Iron Works.
17. Best collection of potted plants
rug Cox Lumber Co.
18. Second best general collection
of potted plants one ack 48
Crown Patent flour C. L. Cran
ford. 19. Plant with mo9fc flowers
variety broom J. L. Norman
20. Vase of twenty largest blooms,
white large jardiniere Ashe
boro Drug Co.
21. Vaee of twenty largest blooms
yellow piece fine china Mc-Ciary-Redding
22. Second finest plant one dozen
blooms a broom W. D. Sted
man & Co.
23. Second finest plant one half
dozen blooms, red cedar water
bucket -W. W. Jones.
24. Second finest plant one half
dozen blooms, white rocking
chair J. W. Jolly.
25. Second finest plant one half
dozen blooms, pink sack flour
Crown Milling Co.
26. Plant with most flowers but
ton variety any color pitcher
Ramblers' Book Club.
Miss Merrie Richardson entertain
ed the Ramblers' Book Club last
Friday. An interesting program
was executed, the feature being a
drawing contest Misses Clara Spen
cer and Agnes Moring drew for the
prize, for which the guests were re
quired to illustrate various songs,
the names of which were written on
cards. Mi6S Spencer received! the
award. Mrs. B. Frank Page, of
Greensboro, and Mises May McAl
ister and Louise Slack were guests
of the club.
The health of this community is good.
The people of this section are through
planting, and we are clad to note that the
prospect fnr v b"Kt is good.
Mirny of the young people of this communi
ty are going to attend the Jamestown Expo
sition in August. Among those that are going
to attend are Meagre. J. C. Bean, and Fill more
E. A. KusAell of Troy visited at his native
home in Randolph last week.
W. R. Cagle visited ut R. L. Tallierts, Sun
day. J C. Hanner of Asheboro, was in this sec
tion buying timber last week.
The Sunday School at Hillsboro is progress
ing nicely under the management of C. 11.
Mrs R L.- Godfelter U confined to her
room and no proppt-ct of recovery.
Items From Fuller.
Rev. Sherrill Ilassiter will preach at
Pleaant Grove next Sonday at 11 o'clock,
A R. Kindley and Miss Julia Kiodley
went to South Carolina and were married
Meales are still prevalent ia this section,
Mrs. D. x. Pieroe is still in a critical con
dition. H H PivU aud family, of Millboro, visit
ed relatives and friends in' this c immunity
Commencement l-argely Attended
Interesting exercises Personals.
Rev. C. A. Wood gave ua two verv interist
ing and instructive sermons at the M. .
Prof. W. ii. White a graduate of Davton.
Vs., will open a singing school in this place
at the Hiiptist Church MavL"Jt!i. at 7:.tU p in
This will iw a rare opportunity to improve
the music for church and Sunday school and
everv one should attend that can.
Among our former citizens that sjtent
!"nturday and Ninuay in the city were
Messrs W . C. Craven. S. M. Buie, Reece
Williams, Joe Maner, Mount Fentriss,Gurnie
Cox, Ur. and Mrs. J 1. II. Craven of High
I oint; vt alter ratterson, ot ilt. Airy; deo.
Ryder William Jordan, Greensixiro.
All our farmers and truck growers are
taking advantage of the favorable weather
anil are preparing for large crops this sea
The commencement of Franklinville High
School Saturday was attended by the largest
crowd in the history of the school, many
from all para of the county and adjoining
counties were in attendence. The program
which was quite lengthy was carried out
without a hitch and Profy D. M. Weatherly
and his good wife and assistant instructors
deserve much credit in their untiring efforts
in training their pupils. The exercises
closed Saturday nigli by a drama entitled
Tompkins Hired Man, rendered by the
students to a large and appreciative audience
The Franklinville Cornet Band furnished
the music which delighted every one that
heard it. Prof. Warlmrton has been instruct
ing the band for some time and we believe
that we have one of the best bands to be
found in the county The full term of
school will open Aug the 10th. and every
cllnrt will I made to make the coming year
the most successful of nny year of ihe
Mr. Joe Kv.ie has gone to High Point
where he ha accepted a position with Snow
Mr W. C. Thomas has moved to his new
residence on Academy St.
Mr. 1evvis Jones who lias liet'n oa the
sirk list for somen mo is ai.le to lie out ag-iiu,
to the 'ieiinht of lux mai.y friends.
J. W. I 'raven lias move.) his family fivin
Church St. to residence No. ."! on Storey St.
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL.
Commencement F.xereise Next Week :
The Program. j
The fallowing is :iie program of Trinity I
High School Commencement; beginning May
I'ti ih and continuing to Mav 'J'.htt inclusive.
Sunday, May Twenty six 1 1 ,. M. An- j
nii.il Scrnnn: Rev. K. K. Mil.artv, Sal
isbury, N. C.
Monday. May Twenty-seventh-8:00 P. M.
Kxercises by Piimarv Department.
Tuesday, May Twenty-eighth 10.00 A. M
Contest bv Young Ladies for Essayist's
,Medal. 11:00 A. M Annual Address
(iov. Robert B. tilenn. 8:00 Exer
cises liy High School Departments.
Wednesday, May Twenty-ninth, 10:00 A. M.,
Contest Bv Young Ainu f or Declarer's
Medal. 11:30 A. M. Report of Executive
Committe. 3.00 P. M. Literary Ad ress,
Edwin Minis, Fh. D.. Trinity College,
Durham, N. C 4: 00-Deli very' of Medals.
8:00 P. M. Annual concert And Recep
tion. Marshal J. H. Armstrong, Chief; Alan Smith,
(Juy Phillips, A. Paul.
Managers Boyce Hargett, Chief, A. H.
Heitman, "j. N. Elder, R. J. Hoover.
This Is worth saving.
The following simple home-made mix'ure
is said to relieve any form of Rheumatism or
backache, also cleanse and strengthen the
Kidneys and Bladder, overcoming all urinary
disorders, if taken before the stage of
Bright 's disease: Fluid Extract Dandelion,
one half ounce; Compound KargoD, one
ounce; Compound Sy -up Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Mix by shaking well in a bottle and
take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at
A well-known authority states that these
ingredients are mainly of vegetable extrac
tion , and can be obtained at small cost from
any go-d prescription pharmacy. Thoee
who think they have kidney touble or suffer
with lame back or weak bladder or Rheuma
tism, should give this prescription a trial, as
no harm can possibly follow itfl use, and it is
said to do wonders for some people.
Trinity R. F. I. Items.
We are very sorry that Mis Gazalle Brilee
has been ill for several days.
Mrs A. R Keerans spent last Sunday with
her brother Mr Joe Hoover.
A. C. Jones a student of the A. it M. Col
lege at Raleigh spent the fourth and fifth of
this month with home folks.
Mr Kuma Miller killed large hawk last
week measuring fifty-two inches irom tip to
Farmers of this community are very busy,
soma not through planting corn yet. while
others are ploughing over, and some of the
young men are very busy hauling lumber,
Sunday school is Btili improving at Pleas
ant Hill The attendance was more last Sun-
duv than had been before
Unveiling at Abbots Creek Sunday in
Presence of a Large Crowd.
Perhaps the largest crowd ever assembled
nt Abbots Creek, in Davidson county was
there Sunday to attend the unveiling of the
monument erected in memory of the late
Prof, t harles W. Davis. Trof. Davis taught
vocal music lor many years numbering thous
ands of people who learned to love him and
appreciate his talent. It was among his old
students ana trieuds that the money was ram
ed to erect the monument.
The number of people at the unveiling is
estimated at 3,000. Rev. Thos. Carriok, of
High Point, aud J. D. Newton, of Thomas
ville were among the speakers.
Having qualified as Admiustrator of De
Ronus Nou of Rose York deceased, late of
Randolph "ounty, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said deceased to exhib
it them to the undersigned on or liefore the
first day of June 1908, or this notice will be
pleaded in bur of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate will
please Jinake immediate payment.
This the 6th. day of May 1907.
.S. E. Lowdennilk,
Bavins reduced the assets of the Randolph
Creamery C jmpany to cuili and on order having
been made by ihe judge ol the Superior Court
requiring all creditors who have claims against
the Randolph Creiuuery Company to present
them to me on or before the lxt day of July 1907,
and any creditor failing to pretent his claim
witJiln said time to be burred from participating
in the distribution ot the trntK.
Now, therefore, this is to notif 7 all creditors of
the Randolph Creamery Company to present
their claims to the undersigned on or before the
iBt day of July, 1907, and any creditor failing to
present his claim w ithin said time to the under,
signed shall be barred from particiiuting In the
distribution of the assets of the Randolph
Creamery Cominy. N. N. XEWL1N,
This May 17th, 1!W7. Receiver.
Fair View News.
Mr. R. V. MJllikan who has been at the
Jamestown exposition for some time returned
home a few days ago.
Mr. Fred Blain of High Point spent last
Sunday with home folks at this place
The surprise party given to Miss Fannie
MendeiibaL at her home in Arcbdale on last
Wednesday night passed off very nice.lv,
among those present were. Misses Addie Hill,
Minnie Barker, Mary White, Nell Hill,
Myrtle Spoon, Martha Mitchel and Artie
Cranford Messrs. H. M Cranford, Carl Church
George Wilborn, Eddie J'arker, J. C. rvbu,
A. J. Blair, ant! .1 M JUf.l
Mrs. B. A. Gray and cliildren of High
Point spent part of last week visiting rela
Miss Beasie White of Guilford College
will be present at our Children's Dav again
this year and recite as usual.
Miss Bessie Carpenter spent last Fridav
night and Saturday with Miss Estelle Cran"
11. M. Cranford and A. J. Blair attended
the Ice cream supper at Clate Davis Saturday
night nml report a good time.
Little Miss Clara Blair of High Point spent
part of last week vUiti,, l,..P 1 ......,,.,
a. this place.
Mr and Mrs t' P r....n t c... i. ...
W. C. Mvrick i-piiii!u.l I. i..... w . ..
day from Liberty.
Chas. Ferree soent Inat 1-V;,I., i
day in Cedar Fulls.
Mr and Mrs II I.. .T,.,.LU., o.,.i d i u o
iurd of Fayetteville spent a few days in town
, '"""'igiricniis and relutioiiH.
Little Ikidien Kprreo u-o.. .... .s u:..i. n .
last Satu.day. '"""'
Mr and Mrs D. Mb,!;.!. . 1 1 f ..n..
six'tit Saturday and Sunday in town.
.iuiudtrHA.it. Jiyrick and daughter
Rosel ia attended tl, n ?,
ei tv last Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs W ren, wf Cedar Fulls is vNiting her
son J. L. Wren.
Miss Bula SiiU-o u..u... o .
ut the home of . C. Ihrrolls near li.mdle
Tli siiiuinL' m W r. rv.1,1..- i.. ... w
night was enjoyed b- many.
oerai irom this place attended the Com
men.jment nt Fu i tv lie h si faui.M.
J tt. Jenkins .. Ml I i.: .
ilivi l.mg house computed.
Ml. Cilead eu.
T!.e little daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil
liam Haywood, dkd last Mondav aed was
buried Tuesday at Sharon Conietury; she was
iS mo. old, and a sweet and affectionate little
girl The bereaved parents have our si icere
The bond issue for good roads was defeat
ed 1 uesday .
CP. Green of Canity, died suddenly Tues
day night: heart falori. in s..n.uu.1
been the cause. lip was buried with Masonic
uonors at, Holly .Mount, Thursday He leaves
a wife and several children, "to which we
extend our profoundi st sympathy.
Rev. K. C. Homer preached his last ser
mon here Sunday night
Mrs E P. Andrews who has been in Ashe
boro for sometime, returned home Fridav.
We are glad to have her in our mi t
Mr and Mrs R. B Jordan, of Collins, Ga
are visiting Mr and Mrs L. P. Bynl.
Short lu Accounts
The Charlotte Observer of May 18th States
that W. O. Gattis, local representative of
Charles E. Johnson I n n,.l,.ni,,
of Raleigh, and a memlier of the firm of W.
1 a:.i; c n. -r - i. .. .
o.. uuiiui a. yjp.,oi riuevine, nas disappeared
from Charlotte u-iih 1,;. o,..,.,a s...u..t
thousands dollars khort. 1U skipped Satur
day night, March 19. and his piesent where
about is a inntarv Tli- .'...-.-l.'nf-
of his going was the discovery Friday, the
lttthin.t f,. i.:. . 11 'ur -.L
of Pineviile, of the forgery of a biil of lading
calling for 50 bales of cotton.
CirayV Chapel Item.
Most of our farmers have finitdied plaut-
Quite a numljer of our people attended
FranLlinsville Commencement last Satur
The fourteen-vear lnrnstx liuvo mil in thair
appearance and are making the wood ring,
The three months old duughter f Mr and
Mrs E C. Hamilton of Ureeimboro died on
last Thursday: the remuiim n W,,hi
here for interment.
Mr and Mrs Tvson Kixnn vUitod (i D
Pugh last Sunday.
J In Memoriam.
Lola Bean duughter of Allen and Mary
Bean was horn Aug. 29 1890, died April 17
1907, aged 10 years. 7 mo. and 18 davs.
Her last was peaoefnl. We all join in sym
pathy with the family; may Ood ble. and
comfort them in their sorrow. '
Gone to rest afflicted one.
lteleased of earthly pnin and woe.
Gone to thy Lome in heaven above,
Where all the sainted righteoux go.
W. I. Uni'Krwooh.
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