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The Story f an Angry Fiddler and
The old Sixth Btiwi ln'Ulrt was
BUMtu-tisiou lu-iilo, ami in eoniiPi-tiOD
therewith u dory useil to In- toltl. liv
erybody known that soldiers in i-rossiug
a f UKpcnsiou bridge must break step
and bamlx are not allowed to play
marches because of the cumulative
force of the vibrntious. which are apt
to either destroy the bridge completely
r crystallize the irou cables. Now,
sound Is vibration, and this explana
tion, not very scientifically put here. Is
the basis of the story, remembering
that every object Is supposed to have a
keynote, which when struck on a mu
ideal Instrument evokes responsive vi
brations In the said object.
The story pops that ninny years age
an old man carrying a fiddle :n a can
once started across the bridge without
paying- toll. Fie bob called b.-u-U by th
tollkeepcr. protested his Inability fc
pay. but was not allowed to cross
Threatening vengeance, the old fiddlei
Rented himself on the wharf under tl.f
Allegheny end of be bridge and began
to serine nn.iv mu hi fiddle for hours
apparently :-y'fj nil sorts of notes,
half notes an 1 .oriilenation-: of note?
ami chords. Suddenly he seemed tfl
find what he sought for. for his fact
lighted np, nnd he begun to scrap
steadily on n certain honl. A moar
went through the bridge. Faster play
ed the old man. nnd the wire cable!"
fairly sang !n response to the wild
notes of the fiddle. Turioiisly the old
fiddle scraped away, and the elides be
Ran to vibrate, slowly at first, the vi
bratio'is growing stronger and sfrongej
as the keynote sounded on the violin.
Tin bridge began to tremble, then tc
By this time the tollkeopors saw
something was up. for the pedestrians
on the bridge began to run. drivers
whipped up their horses and men and
voiim n with blanched facs decline.) tf
set foot on either end of the structure
A messenger it here were no tele
phone-, tl-et.i was dispatched for thf
supcri-itein'.ei:!. and lie came running
The old l.di'ler was pointed out. and n
constable was .ordered to arn-M him
but. tho-e b--;::g in suspicious person
law the;, ir. i Ni-teiiec. t! dicer shook
his head. The bridge was cutting up
nil sorts of capers, swa;. back and
forth like a swing, until at ;;!st the sn
r-erintendent in desperat ion ran to the
fiddler and promised never to demand
toll from him. An agreement was en
tered into, the tiddler pledging to keep
secret to his dying day the keynote, so
that no revengeful musician ever again
could place the structure in jeopardy
without studying out the keynote him
self Pittsburg Caette.
When soaking beans a tiny pinch ol
BOda lu the water will be an Improve
ment. It Is better to steam green cabbage,
cauliflower and the like. A sprinklinfl
of salt should be applied to the vege
tables before they are put into the
To keep soup let it remain covered
with a coating of fat, as this exclude
the air and helps to preserve the stock.
If the soup has no fat use clarified
dripping for this purpose.
Bread which has been cut iu slices
and then allowed to become stale may
be freshened by folding the slices in
a napkin, putting them in the napkin
Into a paper bng and placing the bag
In a hot oven for a quarter of an hour.
If u cake falls in the center the open
lug of the oven door and the conse
quent rush of cold air may account foi
It, too much baking powder may hav
been used or the mixing may be at
fault. Never slam or bang the oven
door when a cake is Inside.
Snotvahora For Marahea.
The large t extent of marsh land Is
the world is to be found In the low
lands which form part of the steppe ol
Baraba, between the rivers Intlsh and
Obi, In Asiatic- Russia. The region Is
flat and covered with forests, salt lakes
find quivering marshes, extending over
an areu which Is not less than 100,000
square miles. Imring the summer
dense clouds of mosquitoes float ovei
the treacherous ground. Immense areas
of these dreaded ur ma ns have never
been visited by man. The marshes,
treacherously concealed under a sway
ing layer of grassy vegetation, can only
be crossed by means of a kind of snow
shoe In winter except at the peril ot
The Droukard's Cloak.
In the time of the commonwealth in
England the magistrates of Newcastle
upon-Tyue punished drunkards by
making them carry a tub called the
drunkard's clonk. This tub was worn
bottom upward, there being a hole at
the bottom for the head and two small
er holes in the sides for the bauds to
pass through, and thus ridiculously at
tired the delinquent was made to walk
through the streets of the town for as
long a time as the magistrates thought
proper to order, according to the gross
ness of the offense.
"Yes, dear," said the potted young
wife, examining her birthday gift
"these diamond earrings are pretty,
but the stones are awfully small."
"Of course, my dear," replied the dip
lomatic husband, "but if they were
any larger they'd be all out of propor
tion to the size of your ears." Wash
Not on the Platform,
"Gents," said the trolley ear con
doctor, "you mustn't stand on the back
platform. Yer breakin' the rules."
"Some of 'em ain't." piped up the lit
tie man. "They're stanilin' on my fecit.'
Catholic Standard and Times.
4 in i, i, g the W lieat Fields el Caraway.
I Several years, have passed since 1 Hulked
uroioid in the neighborhood et eld t'uruwdy
I N hoo House, er ilt. Vimou (. liureh I
liean: -i-ine time ap. liiitt eld ti.n.gs were
i ly m ng away: ami that i Imrolies.
j si ho. -I houses., ete., wvuiil no longer speak or
nhi-per of the past. 1 con, -hided once more
I to wander along tiie familiar lanes and at
least view tle. cbaiiges which :iine lias been
making in this cM community.
So as 1 generally follow the i-eut of iiij
own iucliualioii so far as I can, I conch. ded
to ride eu the nam as iar as "Kraier's Sjid
ing." aim tlien take a summer s day stroll
along the picturesque lanes, leading out to
Alt. enion ''liurcli, and old Caraway S liool
House 1 hud forgotten to say that 1 had
persiiaJeil my friend i a dear liitle soul ' to
accompany inc. We alighted at the ".Sid
ing," an-1 was greeted by the business mana
ger of tins little place, who was out to get
the small portion of mail matter, which how
ever small is guarded closely by the argus
eyes of (ncle Sam After looking uro-md
for some little time, in the store which is also
post ottice, asking prices of goeds which in
imagination we could see made up into shirt
waists, we concluded wj would walk on.
t'ur destination was that la ge brick house
s'.uidiiig on the left of the read, net far
In :u the I iea.it ifu 1 new school Louse which
i,..- i-,-ently been built The dav w,,- ,.i
id ... - .e. not a cieiid or even a til -' ! -ic
a tiiog -limuied the hue ot v..i..,,
waike i - vvly in order to enji y n..:e !u.:;
.he g:-..t jutiiorauia i f i-catity s read oit on
eio.ci sele. 1 lie great Lejds ot yeii. wheal
ci l, fronted u on all sides. '!'!,e click ol
nipleted the grei
.'.' a - '. on ..in- m u iy tut-
i-ii.cile. - I. Ao teneervatives who
I i. . in- :e :n ... the old church
: ! ..c - U'iv I. - r.. fc r old things
: a -.- ,.w..y i. ;.-..way is pas.-iug
. .. i- :. :-. i- - i... .nee. We had
: - ..- 'i change iu the
C.r... y ..!.. i house loomed
! ;... .i :,;.e vein the Arah
.1 :-. .ci. ;!! el architecture
i". ,:: vi-iei:. 1 was t-.u. lv auiacd
-d mu: au-l lo. i.vl.
U in- of the i tet'.ii st rural s. liool
g- i , old ll.iimoh'li. It stands an
.' d ornuuini: to the people ol tl.c Ml.
: e.gl.i He I . J: I. as at, i-. i . at ii n-
to .-. a. c -eu mu.
i araWay go one and aK. a
ra:igl.: In l.i ;1. s i--',.u:
,,i ,K . l:v:,.,-.;i::(,
. ,l u- ,.a-t ,.;r eye- gl
- :'-'. t'tli-'wlU'..,:!;;----., n.o
I lace-, in ail tilt- lenc'l. ai.d t
l.'uiiiloiph. An ideal Ii nee -i. oi rv eii-e !
;ne word, an i'le.d iai.i.'ly. We tLoio-ighly
enjoyed t lie -Jay. As tut- Un!c- ol ivci.ing
ga'lieiT'i e made em way link : Ma: ion
riiii: u tin-' time . 1 beh-e I emoyed nd
i g bef.i: than walking. Iicai.se 1 had li.'th
ing to do i -it loii. so could look l-ettet. more
a! ii iy ease.
A - I p i-se-1 along the old read 1 thought
f !.- lust ur a I ii ut the lirst time 1 ever
-v.is along th: road. 1 have hut to turn in
the iight of memory . and the scene take
shape upon the canvass that t ine cannot ob
iterate, though the arid winds of years have
-p--i,t themselves, though thf eorrwding
I'li.-hof time has swept with relentless
sti.il hs. Mill ii emory can at cin stroke touch
the lading laiohcape; and the Ndvenil-er
day. dreary and cold, and sombre come
back, but hope made llie suiiohine, and love
mad- the song; and the cold November day.
;i a bright ami sunny as the merry rip
pli'iL' laugiiter thai conies hack from the
ga;-s ci lii:i v suni.v childhood.
"A I NT ANNIE "
New Market Tcwnship News.
Inly 4tli was celebrated in this sectiin by
picnicking, lishing ami limiting.
Mi-s Alice J'ugn, i f High i'oii.t, visit.-d
relatives iu this coiomunty recently.
Little Miss tieraldiie Snyder who has
Iven ipiite ill is convalescing.
Mrs s. G. Coltraue Las hem sj-ending
some time with lier da ughter, Mrs. If. L.
ilur township Snniiay sc hool eODveution
will lie held a: i 'id l aion the 4th Sunday in
this month .
The young people il :he neighborhood will
give a public entertainment at- the home of
Mr. ami Mrs. B. L. Sny,ler on next Saturday
evening, duly L'Oth from ti to J" p. m. Ice
cream. Umoiiade and c nfectionarieH wii! be
on Side, at a very low price, ami a good time
THE KNOWLEDGE THAT COUNTS
It's the lessons W e I,earii in r.veryduy
Hard Work thatMuUc I Successful.
Mr It. J. Tteynolds, f'residen and Foun
der of the largest manufacturing plant Ea.-t
of the Mississippi, lielong- t that class of
men w hose success ill 1. fe lifts l-een due to
tin ir own energy and industry, though the
circumstances of Mr. Ileynold's boyhood af
i.irded him a soi.nd ' bassis upon which to
build. He was endowed by nature with
health and s-reng'.h. full of energy and um
' 'lions, while vet a tender age, to lead in
lia'evr he undertook. His lather, a large
phint-r and inamifa-'tiirer in J'atrick County,
Virginia, made his yearly contracts with his
..i, ,i.-i . hi th-condition that they kept up
with young ''Dick."
Ei , ..- a hoy, Mr. Ilnynolds was never
ru.iiei -: unless in some way employed. lb
founc ; I- .isure in tasks thai others ioiiuil t
tedu, - oi luird-'msome
Mr iviu,lds, while in his teeus, phi,
e-lii f ', ruled, manufactured and we-
i.-, v. r .epiirtiiient if 'he manufacture
Ii ; -i i - o esslully held ll.c position of in
; . ' a factory. In the year 1875, ha. 1
i t" man a hoy, he was manufacturing :
iiaeco under the name ol 11. J. Reynolds
Co., in a very small facory at Winston, N
The methods and prr -esses of manufactur
ing tobacco in those days wete very crude.
Ot'ier men were cont-nt. with the machinery,
processes and methods in use. Mr. lieynohls
and the men associated with him, worked out
by experiment, the reasons for the prevailing
methods, and by the help of the skilled men
in charge of the various departmnnls of the
manufacturing plant, they invented, perfect
ed and adopted improved machinery and pro
cesses, until today the flat plug tobacco in
dustry lias been completely revolutionized,
and the U. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company is
known ns the largest, best equipped and
cleanest flat plug tobacco manufacturing
plant, in the world. J hey now also own, for
which a patent has boen applied, the great
disc very of a process for the manufacture
of their new brand REFINED granulated
smukinir tobacco. It was discovered by emi
nent scientists and their experts on tobacco.
After many years of study and experiment
they found out how to produce the most, de-
hghtlul and harmless totacco for pipe and
' I'uln-al Juofce in Iowa H ho .i t-s Mate
Laws a Chance.
Pes Moines, la., July 1 Jmlt
1 Mcl'herstin' of the Federal i-otirr,
j today tleu ied the application of two
i stock Holders of the wh tlentral and
the Minneapolis and St. Loins fur
j an order restraining the directors of
the roads from putting into effect
the t o cent passenger ra'e enacted
I by the Iowa Legislature.
I The judge based his action upon
I the ground that uo injury to the
I roads was shown, that the complaint
that the new rate would cut down
I dividends was not proven, that in
creased passenger travel might in
crea-e receipts, and that nochaige cf
bad f.i th is made againBC the three
Senator Overman's Standing at Home.
Vi:- t, a Ii't IT, '-1 'i'ii :i ? taper gives
i iil-ib'ilv to t lie idle In Ik that Sel,
atoi Ovennai.' it. to be seriously op-pos-evl
:u h:s home county, as the
Lexington North State does this
week.-!! -iocs tt d-cetitiy tio i, it is
time t" miv thar whether he does or
-Iocs i ii' t.ave opposition S.cna'or
Ovri;i--.L; v : 1 i itccive the et.thusias
tic endorsement of the D ni.i,-r;.cy
of Kowaii couuty. He c -intn i-i is
the ooiitidcnce and effecti t: of the
peojde among whom he l-ns itu
h s life because be Dt-rits i t i-, u:id
they will not hesitate to rim: clear
for him if a test of their l'- ait is
We risk nothing in thtse aser
tious and volunteer them only be
cause it has lieen intimati-l that
5ia'or Ovvrman's hold upon his
; own people was weakening. He is
today in Kowan as over ill North
I Caioiina more iuviuciijly in: r-. tie lied
j in the conl'donce of his constituents
that: ever hefore.
iul T.'icn They Kissed.
"My face is my fortune, si:1," said
I the prettv summer girl.
I "And mine is, too, "said th- haud
I some i-ntiinier man. 'Let us jmt
1 our fortunes together."
It Tastes .1 ust the Same.
"You say you were in the saloon
at the time of the assault referred to
in the complaint:" asked the law
"1 was, 8;r."
"Did you take cogizancc of the
barkeeper at the time?"
"I don't know w hat he called it,
but J took what the rest did."
June Liji ineott's.
Miss DeEtte Meague, of tlreenshoro, is
in w visiting Mrs, Alice Smith.
A lot of work on the Liberty Normal Col
lege is now under way. A niimlier of new
dormitory rooms are to be built and the col
lege buildings are to be built and the college
building- are to be painted.
The outlook for the coming year of the
Liberty Normal College is flattering indeed
Mo.e applications have been made ior cata
logues, boarding places, rooms, etc. than
ever before. The total enrollment for last
year was 210. The faculty are expec ing
the enrollment to reach the 'MM mark this
year. The new catalogues are well gotten
up Parents who are interested in Bending
their children to school and prospective stu
dents sliovld send for one.
Rev. JMV Frank, of the faculty uddrcs-eil
the citizens of our sistei town, .lolian, on
the suhjt-ct of Local Taxation on .luly 4th.
Mr. A M. Fugleman has bought the prop
erty lieloiigicg to Mrs Lucy W illiams. He
will move to his i.ew home in North Liberty
Mr. mid Mrs Oscar Williams will leave
Lilierty for Kansas in a few d..ys. They ex
jiect to make ttiat State their future home.
On June ltith, 1907, the Death Angel visit
ed the home of Mr. J. F. Hitter and took
from him his loving wile, i Beulah Mav)
daughter of Mr Taylor Stout, she left her
home ' -' "i t roer a happy young bride.
Oh' :, m -.- .1 shall miss hoi prayers and
lovir - f ouee and joy
Wt .' , -.- -oe hud to go when (iod
called In i io live with him and the un
grls, and i ere there is pi-iu e and love for-eve-
.: ,i - - -i - vi-tii-r up, vet is sweet to
- ...., .,,!',. j), the anus of Jesus.
i i s v. ic i- I ti-heil forever.
., . ' o I'.i-i il. ill. vi ii are, inine. hut we
i v..,, i,u,e dav, : here the an
.. - I inc '-bee ill 'heir arum
i - . v ! , In.ve th sympathy of all.
l!l!( l iplions I'aiil.
M. B. Ciiii.l'.-rd. J. W. Luther, E. B.
Swaiiii II. V Swaini, T. A. Hale, Jacob
Foust, Levi Foster, J. I'. Fraxier, H. 1'
(lardner, L'aiisoiu JolinVui, l'enn Ridge, E.
I . Tucker, L. C. Parrish, It T. Hearne.
Noali Ilearne, W. L. Nance, Mrs. Staunton
King. A. II. Julian, C. K. Pitts, 11 H Lam
lietb, W. I!. Craven T. 15, Tysor, Lee A.
Craufoni, Mattie L. Brown, U. L. Ingold, 1
A. Ma-ley, J. S. Cox.
The Supervisors of Public Roada for
Columbia Township will meet at Itumaeur
at !l o'clock A. M , Saturday, August 3d,
Overseers will do well to put the full tiui'
required by law upon their roads, especially
if their roads arc not iu good condition. Be
sure that jiart of your hands are, not bebii d
in time. Another overseer will not want to
settle your unfinished business.
Y. M. C. Johnson, Chm.
July 15, 1907.
KK-sALK OK LANK
; Fy vinue n u rieerei- ot sale ini1e t.v the si,.
s nor c curt ot Kiuidolpl, Counlv. n, u special
i-nicvedini: therein iemlin-. entitled K. H.
! Wricht aitaiii-tc. o. Iiij-old. ,1. c. IniroM nnd
0- li.-i-s. 1 -hall sell at the Couri Hou-e tn Ashe
; l-oro. N. ( ..at publie auction to the highest Iti-t-I
iler on Monday, the apth dav of .Tulv. VMS. nt IS
; o'clock M ., the lollow iiiK ileseritii d' tract of laml.
i lyinc and 1-eiiiK in the Couiitv of Riiiu1ol.l,. in
! 'Irani ton nshir. X. ('., adjoining the lands of
Kiley WriKht. the liiipn-t- lands, the Baldwin
, hiuiis nnd others, and Imundtil us follows, viz
. K-Kiniiina ut a slone. Kiley Wri-rht s and Pur-
j-ree corner and runs west 14 nsls to a stone.
Wriitht's corner Iu Dawson Craven s line, tli-m-e
j south with Craven s line chuiiis to a black
! oak bush. I. Craven corner. contiiiuiiiK fouth
i on Hurrow-s liwe Id i.-.huinii and So links to a sUike
j in I'. Craven' line, thence eut h cliains and T5
links toa stake. Cox's line, thenee north at eh.
1- nd 10 links to a mist nak, continuing north in
j all -11 olmiiis nun 10 links to a persimmon, thence
: (M Id chains U a stake in the edne of the Knmk-
iii, v, ne man. tne, ice north ulimg said oiiil 10
chains to a post oak, liupree's corner in the
Baldwin line, thenee west M chain- on Imputes
line to a stone, Hupree's corner, ihe ln-Eiiinuig
containiiiK an ucres more or less I ess a tract of
about W acres sold to C. ). Iiutold. for description
of which see Book llii pafre Hsl. Terms ot sale 1.8
i-nsli. l-s in 11 months, 1-8 in months.
This th day of June. ldOT.
I. A. "I'tNCK. eoinmi-wone'.
KK-SA1.K OK LANI-.
I'y vlit.u-of an erder of re s ,le irranted bv the
Superior Court f Haml.ili-h eountv on the peti
tion of Julian Harner ami Worth Uarner iiml
others, minors l.y their nuarrii.ins. Kinerv li.
Lassiter. l' I'.nte I -h, II sell nt the court
I lioue door in A-le urn. X. c. at li o'clock M. i7,
i Monday the Mud . y of .tulv HK7. the follnwinL
I real eMail- viz: l.incaud iK-int! in Coi.ci nl
tow nsliip, iu sai l enmity and on the bank ot
I fwluirrie river- t a red oak on a shoal, thence
j neit.-i M lieitree easts lmlestun eoniinoii black
! oak. near an -'id road tluouuh the held, tlii-nc.
I :Mi ' curi-es in. nh Jii H.jes to a black oak. e-i
m-r. then-'i-e ,-t .v.-deirri'cs north PI nc- in n
: white oak thence eu-1 -.'4 decree-, nnitl- si-
poU- tu Noah Kush s line, thenee west . de
i ur-'i-s. "nor, I, on said line sn pules to a re. 1..
.nunc:, thence smith to . Veal, Hush's coin,
o i l:. 4 ih.I.-s. ihenee we-t on -aid Hus'i'- lim
it" me t'Kiiarrie river, then.- d..wn said ri. r
Ik-j.ii. iiiii4, coniiii'.i-
-is nth-, deferred p.tvin, nt tn h- inti r. -'
fr.ne. I'mte Title n -rve.i until .iiu,eci ,C ,'
of -.l.i-1 i.rch.ee ntoiie.'-. the purcha-er t., !-u.
:t.e nptinii to pav il ea-l, and lake di-.-.l.
" '.is 'une a-.-, tuiir.
Mon ::..-ad u-:il sa,.... Vt-ninev-.
I . ' '.As-I'l I- It. -nll!illi-!ni.T.
LAND S Al -.
I'y viii -i-i'l an nrdirof -al.- itnnitcl i,v the
suH-!i-' ' oi.ri -.1 b inilolpl-c.-iinn on tlie i-.-i i
t'tniof M. A. K.n-IUv in.-.. -.-! M.'t:i,.a i , p; '
et al. 1 -11 , ': s. !i ill tie eel. it ll..i-e tin. I II,
Asht-iK,:... N.c. at l-.'o el.'Ck M m, i' e l.'.ili ihiv
of July :!-"T tl.ed -"'owini- I.. al l.-iaic tcwii'
A tr.i ' . i .and in TiiImmiu. .,- l..u ,i-n:.. in i
coin,:;.- and I... i, n.le.l a- f.ilintt-. It. irit a:
asioi.e i.t i.i ne.ir the or cititil : n. nt p. p. c.-.
pte, t':-l.- e K :-'. i -.in-and ;i link- in a .li.u
ivonc : : ii, s a ci'inn-ami ii.1 i:nu-tn ,.:i a-u.
t.iier: ! a elmins a.i.l a.". Hi,;.- ton.- 'l,el,e.-
s. .1 . !,;,:-.- n',,1 -'Is links to a -tune m, i.,e S"..th
hue. II. -i .-e W. i:,cl..iin- am! Mi- ouks to a pine
knot n-ni -tci.e t'liiuled. tli.-n.-e . t- chains tn
the bi-uiuuinL' out liirni: I a :e-r-s ninn - nr 1-
and iraet: K-ni nni.); al a-'nne in tin- mi-l..le
of l' .vli, one ali. I runtiiut: N M ui:r-es K !,
chain-a".' T" hnlis to a hiaek ,,ak, thence N. 1
chains and IT-imks tn i, . Im-mhI iu nri-innl
line, tiience K. on -aid line i: cli,.in- iiim! -,."i link
to a stone, thence X 14 eha i,- and fi link- tn a
w iii'.i-oak. ti'i-uee 1-:. IS eiciins am! lie buks to
a stii-ie ininici I v a hi u-k oak. tiience S. '-Hi chain
to a hickory, thciice W. . 'IT chains and 1.1 link
to a pii e stump, thence ti -hieus tna i-o-t nuk.
tlien-c il ehai ii- and ."O link- in a -take In the
inid.lie nf the ii-r. tin-lice up the various
eour-e-nl -aid ere k to the l--niiii,iii(.- coniaiu
iiur UK! acres more or less.
Ml I lr ,, t. U,.i.i,,,ii,,i. ,.t n .In,-,.,.! V c
Corple'-liln. tllei.e-S ad.ailis and li-.' IlliK- to
an u-lic. thenee K a chains and afi link- to a
I -tone, thence X. a chains and t'.a link- to a -take
and -tci.e heap, thence V. a chains an.' -.."i links
to the he(:iuuiii(: eontainiu -a acre nion- or
Te-n.s- In -.e-third .-a-h. tin- reinainini; two-thirds
on a - le.'it of six mouths, the pur-ha-cr s-'ivinj;
l-oinl ami improve I security therefor, and tin
title re-ei veil till the furl her order ol tlie court.
Till- :.' dav of .lone V.4I7.
I. A. .-PKM'K rnminis!oiier.
Ni'TH K. TIMIIKK f AMi,
p" v. ::;ie el a decree of re -ale made by the
Super. or t ourt of Kandolph County, in a s'K-eial
proceci'.ii i; tliereiu h ndiuii, ei 'titlcd Camilla
Kussellaud s l'. kiisseil anainst l.e-ter flu-sell
and Steduiai, Hu-si-ll. 1 shall II al the Court
Hi.u-i in Al!i-l.ro N . ('.. at public miction, to
the hit ht bidder, on Saturday, the anth d.iv of
July. 1!'(T. at ia Vclock li,.. ail the iii-rchan-able
tiiufK-r that v. ill nie-a-iire nine in-he-i nr ninri'
in diuiiieier at the stump, nne lot from tne
linii.nil. except the dogwood, hi.kniy. in. pie
and K-r-iuiiiion, mid all douiMHl. 'hickory
ina 'e au-l ; i r-iniinoi, of all sizes that is m V
eiiautalile w-11 U- nld ,.t. the time and plaet
atio-. c iiiei.ti..iii'.l. said tiniliet Ik inn ti.ou tie
loll'-winir d'scr-ln-d hind- in the county nf
Haii'loiph near I'lah. N. (' adj nliiiiu fie In nil-of
M l; Mi'tti-t a-ul oth."s and luiundi d u.- follow
vi.: Il- giiimiiir at a pine. .Maiii-.aduke Wiliain -line
-.hen-e west al eliam- In a slake; thence
soul -. ;-a chain- to a hickory, thenee w.-st H
cna n- lino a' links to a imst link, thence sou'h
to V r.T 1 :e-ii- :'s line, tfieiiee ue-teii -aid but
luc inn-tea st. ne. tl-enei- north 17 1.;! eliain
toa -take, tin lie-10 M. K. Moftilt - line, thence
the -nine cour-e4!i pole-to another stake. M. K
Mottit-'- line, t.henee the Mime course on said
line -a 1-a chain- to a bl.ick oak, ti-enee easl a?
chaii's mill 8 links to u stuke. Ihenee north 4 1-2
chain-ton hickory, lmwsoii Lewullen's eorner.
'nei '-ecn-t ir t-hmiis to a hickory, the divid-inL-
iiiu- thenee south 8 chains and aj links to
as-iiie. t'leiii-c e it 17 chauis and -ii links ton
tul- Williams' line, thence guithto the begin
nim . cnii'iiiiiiui; 18.r acres more or less.
T i-iirehiiser tn have 18 months inmi dale of
con-nil linn in wl-ich to cut and remove said
timl.tr Kl 1.1 A U MUt-KlTT.
Teiin-o s i", Cu-h. Con-.misKioner.
lol -j. T. Hri'lien
W I', stun.
"i--l "-'li t-l- ' (-
a- ub-ve. i Ihh'U
-r Cniirt of Kand.ili.l.i
it in II, i
( o. nlv ti. .i-ll a cer'iio ..ire-l . f land -iiuaie.1
iu -l-.-i .rn T -w- -.loo. I! in.i.-li.i, c.iintv. Vnrth
Cm -lii a, kiiovui as Ihe ln.u Stiih place, lor p.ii
titimi Ihe -aid dt-reii '.! wi' 'iit'le t 'ike ii.tie-
tlll.t I , j. n-iui-t'd o. -.Wr In-fore Ihe Clerk of
Super i 'i i - - let nf -ii -.1 I 't nut v on nr iH-f. re the
a-.llli dny nf Julv l!K7 . at hi- ml-c- iu the Court
Hi ll-e in A-heloro. North Ciifil'tiil. "' d -ii-iht
or dein'-r. to the complaint iu suid net i n. or
tin- i liiint-IV .lill apply to the Court f.u the iclief
1 de-ire to thank the i iti-ens i f Asheboro
for tn. il patronage since 1 opened my shop
In r- and assure tliem that all work sei t me
in bi.ici.-niiilii, g nnd horse slim inc. ii 1h
-a.-'uMv h.-U-d af er
ItlCV. II. II A VII, Aslielll.ro. . t .
is your best friend or your worst
enemy. Active it's your friend.
iTorpid it's your enemy, and its
army is Constipation, Biliousness,
Sicfi Headache, etc.
AND TONIO f
make active, strong and healthy!
livers, preventing and relieving
Complete Treatment 23c,
Four Departments: Collegiate,
Graduate, Engineering: & Law.
Large library facilities. Well
equipped laboratories in a'l depart
ments of science. Gymnasium fur
nished with best apparatus. Ex
penses very moderate. Aid for
Young men wishing to study
law should investigate the su
perior advantages offered by
the Department of Law in
For catalogue and further infor
D. W. NEWSOM, Registrar.
Durham, North Carolina.
Trinity Park School
A Kir-t ( 'la-s I 'ret -ara ton- School,
ferlilictes el l.i raduation Accepted
for entia-ce to leadinc Southern
lie s t Equipped Preparatory
Schftots in the South. Facul
ty af Ten Officers and Teach
ers. Canpus of 75 Acres.
V. lime-' '.'
siuln. li .J
.Veil:.,.'- : '
.'i.i; .".II Thousand
l'.' c j-' il livnina-ila.d-
Treqi.Kt lectures by Printli
ne i t Ltcturers il.penses
Sccu i ar.- f.vher:ttsenal
ot ',.',.' c-e ,, ,d i.;.,- ,IU.
. A. XORTif. Headmaster.
Dur:.i:m. .V. ('.
t n -,. p... ! that it en
at" j.i.i! -nine of th
li -I. i.: le-liu i d prices
i 1 tii-ves and iancy
4-et.-:8 u very ill-sir-'.
Kea .ty corsets, all
I more complete line
l-.bl.-s i - te .!
We i,.,, haven
eellut- al il
able 1,-t nt t !'
can be -uitml.
of the i iic.ii.I-.
MRS. E. T. EL AIR,
Asbelc.'c. N. C.
Any Young Man
Or woman, nr Husband r Father, earn
ing a fair -alarv i on bee. nne a (.'bib niein
lier and seeure"oi.r NEW SI 'A I.K $1(10
l.l'I'I'KN A I'.ATI-.s I'lANti at Club
price to nieinu-rs id 'JX', i n very easy
term- of pi-viiiet-t a little at a time
LI HDKN .V UATESCI.ru PIANOS
cost club memliers $ L'h7. ins'ead of -f -100
which is th" regular jirii-e. jnsl a little
more than ordinary Ji."0 and $75
p'anos. in live or ten u-ars tiny coat
iiiu-'h less -because t.hev are still good.
They are built .,, last A LIFETIME, and
are guaianti i d to d" so.
Yon can 'my o'lier ).ii.ii"s ai or aboe t
JiMT. but yo i d n'l pet l.iiiiilen ,V Uates
TON E, l.ud.lni .V Uates ACTION, Lnd
;len A- Hat.- LiS'llN't; i.rAl.lTY, I.ud
den A Uates 11 pu-aticn. and iu all, l.ud
den iV Uates saii-lac'ion. Our 1 udden
.V Uate I'iauo t lull n; ci.-iiiection with
our inexpensive Mail Order department
Mavt-8 vo.i lienrly $1". worth investiga
ting - 1-ides, we do not collect balance
due on piano iu cane of ileal li of parent
joining -we give you a receipt in full
you keen the piano in the home. For
puitiriilnrs stud for lux-Met No. 2 Do
Ludden & bates 5. M- H.
Saw Kill Machinery
LIDDELL CO., Charlotte, N. C.
Cotton Gin Machinery
Engines and Boilers
Shops BacK of Above
For Good Sound
WE WILL PAY
LOADED ON THE CARS;
PER CORD jFOR MAPLE,
4 ft. long-, 7 inches and up
$10.00 per Cord.
H. B. WOR.TH, Treas.
Greensboro, N. C.
Head of the State's Educational
COI.I.KiiK, (ll:.i'. ! I'.. MKDIOINK,
EX;iXi:i;i;iN-(;, I.,V, I'llAKMAOY.'
I.il.raiy i-onlnins J.",M K) v, li.mes New wa
ter works, el,-, -trie lio,t.. i .,,) hP,jll(,
system. New doruiit. ries p-niiiaHium.
1- -Vi- C, A. Imi-u;, K lil.rarv.
'1'lie l-'all term ln-jiH
Sept. II, Hill,;. AddriHs
FRANCIS P. V EN ABLE,
CHAI'El. HILL, OKTII CAKOldNA.
If you are a business man or oeeHpying n
subordinate position, a lalriii; man or hiwliand
or father, who must furnish younj home nnd
family with ti ).i!ino, the frorosUioij rItou bo
low all, .rils you the oMiortunity to save money
anil liny Kreater value than any other jiiano
imunsition ever lias or ever will. NO llOMK
SHiiILD BK WITHull a 1 1 AND music give
more real l'lvasiire than aoytliini; else in the
world that money will huy, anil unr "t-lubofli'r"
saves youeiioiiKh in the imrehase of an iuMru-ini-nt
1 1 e iii ate your family iu music, but yon
must ai t uickly. -oulv one huiirml in tb clulxJ
JOIN THK fl.l'H in ease ot iteath your hoim
arehanrteita RECK I FT IN FULL FOR ANY
AMOUNT YOU MAY OWE US. It a lair prop,
osttion mul a sufeinianl to keep the piano in the
home. TO CLUB MKMBERa FOR THE
NEW SCALE tWO LUHDEN & BATBU-stool
and scarf free. Pityall cash or $10 e-ash and t
per month with interest. Mention thin paper in
writing for full iiartieulars. Ilo it Uxlay. The
best muscians iu the South recommend Hum
Ludden & Bates S. H. H
I introduced this famous
breed to my patrons.
Sold J. L. Guyer, Wall
burg, Davidson County, N.
C, one and when dressed
it weighed 927 pounds net.
Will fatten at any age.
I also htve very fine Po
land China. Near 100 pigs
on hand to select from.
JOHN A. YOUNG,
Greensboro, N. C.
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