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DISPOSAL OF RUBBISH.
Bow Cleveland Denln Willi Old Bat
ties and Tin I mm.
Cleveland, O.. has on viMtod its gar-
lage and rubbisli trmililcs into n source
of rroflt, says the k.hikis y stf-
"Vv J. Springlioni. president of the
Aboard of public
service of Cleveland, I
"was a visitor at tli. mayor's office re-1
cently and told liow that city lias solv
ed the problems that are now harass
ing Kansas City.
"We have a rubbish collection de
partment Independent of the garbage
department." said Mr. Springborn.
"What do we do with the rubblshT
That's easy. The city buys small
tracts of ground that are in deep holes
formed by the gradiug of streets. The
property owners are required to de
posit their rubbish in barrels, boxes
or other receptacles that can be easily
"The rubbish is collected by city em
ployees and sorted out. The bottles
and papers are sold. The ashes and
tin cans are dumped In the holes
bought by the city. When the holes
are nearly filled we put on a covering
of clean earth and convert the proper
ty into public playgrounds for the chil
dren. Then we get from 13 to 33
cents a hundred pounds for the paper
and half a cent each for the bottles,
Last roar we sold 300.000 bottles. The
"Wc convert unsightly holes in val
uable city property into playgrounds,
We get rid of our rubbish at small
ost and trouble, and the city is clean."
"Do the householders co-operate?"
"They are glad to have a place to get
Tid of their rubbish. They call us up
when the barrels are full."
"How about garbage?"
"The householders are required to
have garbage cans, as you do here. It
cost us $100,000 last year to collect
and dispose of our garbage. But the
tallow, fertilizer and horse hides
irouL'ht us a revenue of S 100.000. That
wiped out the cost. We have a reduc
tlon plant eight miles from the city.
The garbage is hauled In tight wagons
to steel dump cars on the Baltimore
and Ohio railway. These cars are
owned by the city. Each ton of gar
bage brings us from $S to SO.nO when
It Is desiccated. The grease alone from
each ton of sarbage brings us $3. If
the householders don't collect and de
posit the rubbish and garbage In prop-
er receptacles so the city can handle
It. a sanitary inspector taUes them Into
court. We have a sanitary Inspector
for each ward."
TREES IN TOWNS.
Taelr Reality SoksmIi the Wood
taa'a Despoiling: Ax In Forests.
In an address delivered before the
?Tew York Tree Planting association Its
president Cornelius B. Mitchell, said
"In proportion to Its cost there Is
really no way In which one can benefit
the city, both In adding to Its health
and beauty, more than by planting
trees, and In New York there are al-
-ways individuals who have both the
desire and ability to do good when
their attention is drawn to the great
results that can be accomplished at a
.moderate expenditure of money."
jThere ljjpo doubt of the truth of the
remans or i resident amcuen, guys iue
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. But
there is something else to be done than
is embodied In the suggestion to plant
trees. There are yet forests In the
ITJnited States, and there are woodlands
of rare beauty. But the forest are
'being destroyed by the ax of the chop
iper, and the remaining woodlands in
tbe more thickly settled portion of the
country are perishing aa much from
neglect ae the forests are perishing
from the ax.
J, It is well to plant trees and to ad
vance their growth by careful atten
tlon and by the exercise of some pa
tlenee and much watchfulness. Noth
lug contributes more to the beauty of
city or town or more to the comfort
of the citizens than trees suitable to
cities or towns and to the peculiar cli
mate In which the city or town may be
located. But there Is a duty even more
Important, and It Is Involved in the
cafety of the remaining forests and
Possibly and altogether probably the
plantlngfcof trees in cities and towns
Would turn the attention of the public
to the beauty and the value of tlmbef
and of foliage. In that respect the ad
vice of President Mitchell "would have
a special value. It is well to plant, but
in the present condition of the forests
and at their present rate of destruction
measures for preservation would be
Trees by the Rondslde,
'The German province of Hanover
owns 1.97G miles of highways.
twblch there are 175,794 fruit trees
pear, cherry, plum and apple suffi
cient, if set out eighty to an acre, to
form an orchard of more than 300
square miles, says the Syracuse Post
Standard. The fruit raised on these
trees is a source of Income for the
province, which sometimes makes $40,
000 a year by selling the products of
this elongated orchard. The province
maintains a nursery of 403 acres to
npply young trees for roadside use
and for promoting the interests of fruit
culture. The profit from a tree Is very
email, but the Hanover people do not
worry about that Shade Is afforded In
trammer, the roadbed is free from dust,
the presence of trees retards the wash
ing oat of the soil from the banks in
to the roadside ditches, and the attrac
tive appearance of the roadsides stim
ulates an interest In tree culture and
benefits the province In many other
sraya. They find It worth while.
Too Many Counties.
North Carolina adds another to
i its list of coud ties as the result of
the election held yeste'day in the
territorv affected. Chatham and
Moore lose a slice which gx's to the
' " .Suu.Cu
presented to the legislature were so
convincing that the House reversed
itself ter decliuiug to create the
new county, which should have
beeu named for Senator Sewell,
whose father before him strove for
the creation of this county. That
is a sturdy people in the area em
braced, as the delegation composed
of men and women in Raleigh last
winter bears witness, and Lee coun.
ty will take care ot itself hacdsome'
Future legislatures should hesi
tate a long time, however, before
creating another new county. Lee
county's champions really had much
merit behind their claims, but when
they succeeded other advocates of
nw counties failed because the
general assembly saw the ends to
which such legislation would lead.
North Caiolina has nearly twice
as many counties as the great btute
of I'euusylvania. few common,
wealths have quite so many as ours
practically all of importance having
fewer. As a result but little more
than half the counties in this State
aie self-sustaining. The State
treasury is depleted in aiding them
and the State treasurer is reduced to
chronic beggary i.i his official ca
pacity in order to meet (innandf .
This is us good a stopping point
as anv. and if the general assembly
of 1909 resolves from the start to
turn a deaf ear to all appeals for
new counties it will have rendered a
service to ail the counties now m
existence. Salisbury Post.
Real Stream, Although Not
Salt river, sacred to defeated candi
dates, is a real stream. While not
navigable, it is used every winter as an
ice harbor by the towboats which go
out of Pittsburg for the south.'
Salt river empties luto the Ohio
above twenty-five miles south of Louis
ville. It is a small stream, which flows
from the Keutucky hills to the great
water, and Is as tortuous, as crooked
and as unpleasant to navigate as the
mind can Imagine. Yet it Is navigated
for a short distance from Its mouth by
steamers of light draft. Flatboats and
rafts are floated down upon Its" bosom,
Before the civil war it was an impor
tant stream In the matter of bringing
Keutucky whisky down in the flat
boats to a point where they could be
unloaded to a river steamer. Refrac
tory slaves were generally assigned to
the task of bringing these boats down,
as the work was arduous.
Salt river became a bugaboo among
tne negroesjind Jt was from the un
pleasant character of the work on this
river that "a trip up Salt river" came
to' be used in politics to express the
destination of a defeated candidate.
There is nojarlver captain or pilot
in Pltug"who" does not know Salt
rfrefi "and there are few who have not
sought shelter within its mouth when
the ice was running out of the OhuT
The salt name is supposed to have
come from the salt springs which flow
into it at Its source. It is also said the
name grew out of the fact that great
quantities of salt produced In the Ken
tucky country are floated down tnls
A Dramatic Death.
A sergeant major of ah' hrfahtrv fetf.
Iment stationed in Bremen1 was" sen
tenced to a slight disciplinary' franlsb
ment for having mortally wounded a
man with a revolver in the course 6 a
light He appealed against this, but
was informed that his appeal had been'
rejected. He then ordered his men to
load their rifles with blank cartridges.
dui during their absenne reloaded them
with ball cartridges. He then drew up
nis men in firing line and carefully
snowed them how to aim their rifles
straight at bis heart With the utmost
calm he then ordered, "Fire!" and fell
With four bullets through his heart.
Te 8 Rafillad.
ta one of the suburbs of a biz cltv ii
the site of a well known school of
theology, from which go out each week
end many members of the senior class
to try tbelr voices as "supplies."
A passenger on a Monday monrlntf
tram was surprised at the number of
men who got off at that station.
Who are all those chaps cettifltr off
here?" he asked the brakeman.
"Them?" asked the brakeman. "Oh,
they're returned empties for the col
fege!" Youth's Companion.
Teacher Now, boys, what is the vir
tue of magnanimity? Pupils Aw?
Teacher-What is it if a big boy want
ed an apple very badly and were to
meet a small boy with one in a place
where nobody could take the small
boy's part Class (with eager illumi
nation) Dafs a cinchl Baltimore
A Discarded Jack.
'Jack," said the one in chiffon, "pro
posed to me last night"
The one In ganze smiled.
"He doesn't do it at all welL does he.
dear?" she said. Chicago News.
Tis better to-win men's esteem than
F. P. DUNNE
Who writes u " Donley " article on
The Presidential Candidates in the
July American Maijazitte, of which
periodical Mr. Dun no is now one of i
the editors. I
In the July American Magaziue!
"Mr. Doolev" witesof the Preside-;
tial candidates. Of Taft he says:
iiu.. ra1a ,,rv,'fi'rii in rim naVi nut
&io iuic luoiHuu u vnv vwu.uv.
1S Official Jollyer. He S th Happy '
II 1 U'l' ,u ' f i
uauu. inu luuco o iuvmn uu-
...u.,..,. rl.i. ,,,! .,..' nUoA
ujnunc xaiL ami la uu an '"ui5 i
it nn A ni'in ffiina into th U hlte .
TT - . ? . t i
House With a letter 4r HI James J.
I " . . . -
Hill. There's a sound iv oreakiu
glass an' furuitute, an' th visitor
is tired out iv a window. Where
does he fall? Into Taft's waitin'
arms. 'Where ar're ye goin',
friud? says Taff . 'To a hardware
store to buy me a gun, says th' man
I have another letter in me pocket, ;
fr'n. Kaitch Haitch Rogers,' he
savs. -Ah, set here awhile, sajs
Taft, jiulliu' hitn into & chair.
'Have a good see-gar. Put wau in
to ye'er pocket to smoke afther sup
per. Isn't it a tine day, ain't it?
I've got a conuiidhrum I want to
tell ye some time. Ye're uot mad,
are ye? Don't intud th' little fellow
inside. It's his fun. Why, yester
day, he threw a lighted lamp at nit
au"' I'm his best frind.' An' th'
mun oywu WL- ta Herkimer countv
... - .
anu giiowes tn p:ace wnere. rvospiii
f ii v; !
hat It Takes.
A Texas exchange say's: By niix-
(so fnlWincr i, ffroiiipnta wiaolr
'"ft o p,. 7tn .Monaay neiore me ist nonaay oi sepwiiiner,
8 live hustling City is sure to result. I l1. t the court house of said couuty in Ashe
a mc uuoiuug v. io u.v i.vr i N.c., and answer or demur to the com-
As arranged by tne printer, It ap-, plaint in said action, or the nluintltl will ap
pears a Monument, hut it should he I '"Ampfaiiit. court for the rc"e' t'm81ldl'd iu 'd
understood that not all monuments ! h'dayof June, iwt .
, , - , . , . W. C. Hammond.
need be erected for deaa issuea., as; clerk of the superior court,
this is most emphatically a live one. j
Talk about it,
Wrice about it,
Help to improve it,
Advertise in its papers,
Elect good men to office.
Patronize its merchants.
Honest competition in prices.
Faith exhibited by good works.
Fire all croaker?, loafers and
deadbeata. Let yotif object be the
welfare growth and promotion of
your town and its people. Speak
well of public spirited men and also
be one of them yourself, and be
honest with all your fellow men.
It is 8 tightly monument with the
sand at ilt iCP' One reason why
stone towns 8d cttJfs do not keep
up' and go ahead if found in the
failure, refusal of tikf very element
most needed and most 44tarpetent to
join in a movement lookifitf to prog-,
ress ati'fl improvement. "IJirtv to
improve1 ft' is one of the best sfea
in tnf Attn anient.
Nuggets" frfow Bcce9 Magazine.
Cheerful Iotrka make every dish a
Books are lighthouse erected on
the great sea of time.
One in love with Troth need
never ask about his reputation.'
Shabby clothes are no longer tr
allowable eccentricity genius.
Jenny she'll graduate, so they say;
When the birds are singing the June
And blushes will bloom on her
And the lips which the language of
ixrve snouiu speak
Will be rosily racine their wav
When I tell her I love her, no
hope I seel
For her answer forever is Greek to
F. L. Stanton.
I mPfO It Iramodlatnlr
1. m 1 1 -r I" ion fel it affoct In 10
w "m ""w minute. Von don't
INDIGESTION and f."1.0
APIltlTV toknowft good. It ear
nawvlaC Uis'teaw. M out.
RK-SALK OF LAND;
By virtue of a decree of mile made by the Su
perior Court of Randolph t'suiity. in a special
proceeding therein pending, entitled K. H.
Wriisht againstC. O. Ingold, J. C. liinold aud
other. I shall sell at the Court House In Aphe
lion), X. C, at public auction to the highest bid
der on Monday, the 29th duy of July. WOT, at It
o'clock M., the following descrilied tract of lund.
lyinif and being In the County of Randolph. In
rant township, N. C adjoining the limits of
Riley Wright, the Dupree lands, the Baldwin
lands and others, and hounded aa follows, viz:
Beginning at a stone, Riley Wright's and Dur
preo s corner and runs west 14 rods to a stone,
Wriirht's corner In Dawson Craven's line, thence
south with Craven's line 28 1-2 chains to a black
ouk bush, P. Craven's corner, continuing south
on Burrow's Use in chains and 50 links to a stake
in D. Cruven'3 line, thence east 8S chains and 75
links to a stake. Cox's line, thence north Si chs.
rnd 10 links to a post oak, continuing north in
nil 41 chains mid 10 links to a persimmon, thence
east IB chains to a stake in the edge of the Frank
linville road, thence north along said road 10
chains to a post oak, Dupree's corner In the
Baldwin line, thence west 61 chains on Duprce's
line to a stone. Dunree's corner, the besinnitie
containing sii; acres more or less. Less a tract of
about ffc! acres sold to C. O. Ingold, fordescription
of which see Book 118 tage!fii. Terms of sale 1-8
ciisn, l-.i in a montns. i-.i in mourns.
This SSth day of June, 1!W7.
J. A. SPENCE, commissioner.
RE-SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of an order of re-snlc granted by the
superior Court of Randolph county on the neti-
tiou of Julian (iarner and Worth Gamer and
minim l.v thir ffimrrliMna Kmi.rv
Lassiter, Ex Parte ishnll sell at the court
house door in Ashi oro, N. C. at 12 o'clock M. on
Moiinay tiievsnai. y ouuiy ixui, tne inuowing
real estate viz: lving and being in Concord
township, in suio county and ou the bank of
I'wharne river: t a red oak ou a shoal, thence
iiortu oi aegree cast o poiestoa common oiacn
loak. near an old road through the Held, thence
,,,,rt!i R1 (Wi-.wh ..nt R nnlwimi nnmmnn hhiolr
'to degrees north 20 poles to a black oak. cor
ner. thence east 52 degrees north IS pole to n
white onk thence eaxt 24 degrees, north HO
poles to Noah Kush s line, thence west 65 de
crees, north on said line Ho poles to a rock.
corner, thence south to Noah Rush's comer
rock. 4 poles, thence west ou said Rush's line
to tne I'wharne river, thence down said rivr
its various courses to the beginning, contain-
5 acres more or Ic
'r,?i TIL? ,TLTitll
from date Title reserve
d until payment of all
the iHirctiaser to have
pay all cash and tuKeoj
i ins June '.'. l'.io. .
Morehead and Sapp. Attorneys.
E. C. LASSITER, Commissioner
the Superior Court.
K. R. Beckerdite, et a.
i!eo. Robbins, ct al
The defendants Jasper Briles. Klwood Briles.
Swm Arnold. Mollie Brilcs. Mattie Briles. John
Briles, Thomas Briles. (ieoree Briles. Commodore
Bri.es. John Briles. Alex Briles. David Briles.
i .K."l,!'rt. B.?ll-'s. 6".". Br": Jacob BriUu.
soUV Briles win talienotl
notice that an action en
titled as auve has been
verior court Randolph
i commenced in the su
county to sell a certain
parcel of land situated.in Taliernacle township
lor division among uie icnauis in common nun
to exclude all persons who claim an interest
in said land not having anv title to same, and
the said defendants will futher take notice that
they are required to ateiir ut the next term of
upenor !".' "d. ?uiity ? '".P
By virtue ot an order of sale granted by the
Superior Court of Randolph comity on the peti
tion of M. A. Kllidley imaiast Matilda Copple
et al, I shall sell at the court house door in
Asheliom, N. C. at Yi o'clock M. on te 15th day
of JulylW?, the following Real Estate, to wit;
A tract of land in Tabernacle township, in said
County aud bounded as follows: Beginning at
a stoiie at or near the original line of P. P. Cop.
pie, thence E. 13 chains and Tl links to a dog
wood, thence S. i chains and 62 links to an ash,
thence E. t chains and 25 links to a stone, thence
S. 5 chains and 38 links to a stone in the Smith
line, thence W. 15 chuius and W links.ta ' Vine
knot and stone planted, thence M. 8 chains to
the beginning containing lsi acres more or less.
and tract : Beginning at a stone in the middle
of Pwharrie aild -ftitiuTng M. 81 degrees E. 8.
chalns'and lb links to a black Oak, thenoe N. 4
chains and 96 links to a dogwood In original
line, theuce K, on said line It chains and 85 links
to a stone, thence N. 14 chains and M links to a
white oak, thence K. 18 chains and 80 links to
stone formerly a Mack osk. thence S. 50 chains
to S J-.lekory, thence W. VI cliatfts TOtl 19 links
to a pine stump, theuce k. 6 clmm in a pmi oak,
thence W. 6 chains and 60 links to H Hafie ia the
middle of the river, thence up the tflflmts
course of said creek to the beginning coutaln
ing 100 acres more or less.
8rd tract: Beginning at a dogwood lit E. E.
Copple's line, thence 8 S chains and881inltl to
an ashe, thence E.S chains and 25 links to a
stone, thence N. 2 chains and 62 links to a stake
and stone heap, thence W. 2 chains and 25 links
to the beginning containing 1-2 acre more or
iTerms -;One-third cash, the remaining two-thirds
on a credit of six mouths, the purchaser giving
bond and approved security therefor, and the
title reserved till the further order ot the court.
. Thht J5 day of lane .
J. A. BPESClt (tansissiptier.
StrTICE. TIMBER 8ALE.
By virtue of a decree of re-sale made by t'i's
Superior Court of Randolph County, in a special
Erooeeding therein pcndinif, entitled Camilla
usscll and S. C. Kussell against Lester Russell
and tftedman Russell, I shall sell at the Court
House In Asheboro N . C. at public auction, to
pie mgnest oiauer, on naiuniay, ine xotn aay oi
July, 1WT, at 12 o'clock m., all the Merchantable
timber tiiat will rftsnsttfi" nine ltiches or more
in diameter at (he stirtn'p, que. foot ftom the
ground, execfit the dogwood, hickory, rtisple
rtrJirvtc nhrl nerslmmon of all sizes that ia mer.
i'-ttvawble will be sold at the time and place
atvi mentioned, said timber being upon the
tollWVZ aeseriura Janus -ui uie county oi
RaudiWji'ca.;' laH. N. C. adjoining the landsof
H R. Mottand others and bounded as follows,
viz- BeglCK'hg at Pine, Harmaduke Willam's
line, thence al cuains to a staae; mence
south 22 chalu ' fi xBlckory, thence wests
chains and 25 llrt' $Okt oak, thence south
to Virgil Prcsnel's 15, thence west on said line
80 chains to a stone, fMiiUe north 17 1-2 chains
to a stake, tnence to n. a. raomir s une, tnenc
the same course 49 poles tc Mother stake, M. R.
Moffltt's line, thence the siMtg oddrse on said
line 0 1-2 chains to a Mack oai,' thence east 27
chains aud links to a stake, thlSi" north i 1-2
Chains to a hickory. Dawson LewaSjh's corner,
thence east 15 chains to a hickory, tha.dJvld
m Hue. thenre south 8 chains and Xt MritH to
m ,rt"W IhuHttm.l nlinNiunil HnM tn A
atilre Williams' line, thence south to the iin-'
inir.- rnntnltilnir lAn btm morv nr lws.
'3hii purchaser to have IK months from diitp yf
ConWOution iu which to cut and remove euiO
tiriil). ELIJAH MOFFITT.
Terms 5fle, Cath. Commissioner.
rail Hi; m i i . ' , . .
North darfJlWia, I In the
John T. lfrlttall'
vs. , NOTICE.
W. P. Stftft.
The dcrendentiikirive named will tnkn iwix.
that the action' entitled a8 above. Iran hwn
commenced in the Superior Court of Randolph
14111111 WUOUH U CITHUU pHrCBI OI IUnO HllUttUfl
in Asheboro Townshin. Randoloh Cnuntv. Nnrth
Carolina, known aa the iwii Htdh place, for par-
The said defcnJeut Will1 further take nutlce
that he is required to aDbuar"before the Clerk of
Superior O- urt of said Count on or before the
Sth day of July 1H07. at lUs'otfice in the Court
House In Anueboro, North C'ar6lliia. and answer
or demur, to the complaint irr said .action, or
thplaiutlrTwill apply to the CouH for the relief
This the 26th day of June 1907.
w. c. Hammond, C. 8. U.
The Rtra hnilrlinor ar.rl ifvV nt
Elam Knsaell. at Mt. Qilead.- wan
destroyed by fire Sunday morning,
jane diet, ine loss is $iuuu, wlta
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trimmings we no have iu stock at reduced prices
We also have a new line ot gloves aud fancy
collars and are daily expecting a very desir
able lt of the Ameiican Beauty corsets, all
can le suitod. A new and more complete line
of the cucumber preparation Just received.
MRS. E. T. BLAIR,
Asbeboro, N. C.
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LUDDEN & BATES PIANO at Club
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$10.00 per Cord.
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ureensDoro, n. i.
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FRANCIS, P. VENABLE,
CHAPEL HILL, N'OKTH CA KOLIJfA
If you are a business man or occupying a
subordinate position, a laboring man or husband
or father, who must furnish yourhome and
family with a piano, the proposition given be
low affords you the opportunity to save money
and buy greater value than any other piano
proposition ever ban or ever will. NO HOME
SHOULD BK WITHOUT A PIANO music gives
more real pleasure than anything else In the
world that money will buy, and our "club offer"
saves youenough in the purchase of an instru
ment t eucste your family in musia, but you
must act uickly only one huurad in tbcclubd
JOIN THk c'l.t'fe-in case ot death your heirs
are handed a RECEIPT IN FULL FOR ANY
AMOUNT YOU MAY OWE U8. It a fair prop,
otmqn and safeguard to keep the plarlo in ttoe
bmi, f TO CLtB MBMBERB T?0Il THB
NKtf tCALt 400 LUDDEN UAflW-stool
and scarf ref fay all cash or 10 cash and $8
ner month with lulfest. Mention this paper ia
Writing for full pamfa Itffff.- Do it today. Tne
best musclans In the Botifh recommend tLm
Ludden & Bate S. ii. H
I introrfiifprl t"riii!'
V f."1" J"1VS
breed to my patrons
Sold J. L. Guye'f, Wall-
DUrir. DaviHann PnnnVn'. XT
0, -u vwuaijr,
U, one and when dressed
rt weighed 927 pounds net--
xmivn at any age.
I also htvo vow r
imc x in
land China. Near 100 pigs
on hand to select from.
JOHN A. YOUNG,
Greensboro, N. C.
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