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vas. Rtron.e. Tan ami Patent Leather.
There is but one Saratog-i one
place only which ju'esei.ts such v. -ried
attractions. Tin meilicinal wa
ters, the beautiful t'ees anil walks,
the fine hotels, the incoming and
outgoing title of travil, a never
failicg source of aiiiuseiiRnt, the
delightfi:! morning and evening con
certs on hotel verandas, ami above
all, when oue has jewels and elegant
gown?t Saraosa is the field for dis
play. Hotel and hoarding-h nise pi
azzas looK like llower beds in full
blooa, go great is the variety of this
season's eolor, at the tame time
modified tiy the still existing "lad''
'OH Till K.YKM Mi'KNlNii HOl'to:
Persons of correct and re I hied
taste, usually dress plainly at. break
fast time, although later in the tiny,
they may astonish onlookers by their
elegatat toilettes. Linen tailored
"waists make quite a showing, and
. eeme have a decidedly military air,
with straps across the front finished
by pearl buttons, a tuck and narrow
.bretelle crossing the shoulders.
White Marie Antoinette waists,
"white figured percale and cross
barred batiste waists are all fash
ionable with the never-to-be dis
placed black skirt. Lingerie hats,
which by-the way have taken on a
more elaborate air than at the begin
ning of the season, are worn with
any morning dres3 and stitched linen
with a large white pompon, is also
ratronized, but seekers after novel
ties sport the Panama hat, trimmed
by a simple, fringed scarf.
The striped canvas shoe with a
bow on the instep, although one of
;row11 it' Morality anil Iteccm-y.
In Charlotte on the fourth :j,50u
Dotton mill operatives, from six dif.
ferent mills, gathered together and
held holiday. Their employers
jingled freely with them and aided
;.n the E:::cess of the occasion, thus
ihowing good feeling between work
; 'nan and employer. In all that host
;jiays the News, there was not a
I drunk, rota light, no profanity: but
i 'jood conduct, good fecl.ng, decency
md ordtr. homebody sent a 50
1 gallon barrel of beer to the picnic
' grounds and the driver was told be
sore he unloaded it to carry it back
A-hcre it ..., no from, (.'onirast this.
n a dry town, with some of the dis
. lusting scenes on the same day in
i yet towns. David.-. m Dispatch.
: S A bunch of men wore diseu-sing
mrders and the like, and the ques
. ion of Gaddy's w hereabouts came
; Ip. Gaddy killed J-'ii banks about'
year ago in the railroad camp
: i?ar town. Immediately after the
. ifime people swarmed over the sec
on round about and hunted for
i Se murderer. .During the above
ientioned conversation, one man
oW up and declared that Gaddy
I'lB dead that hf wa9 caught and
died on that Sunday when he shot
'ubanks. The men who hunted
ir him were mad enough to have
tiled him if they had caught bim,
it whether they did or not is a
stion. This assertion that he
-taught and shot is the first we
; , '5 heard. It may be 60. David
last season's favorites, reappears foi
morning and tan or white canvas
were never more popular. Mack
patent leather is best adapted for
afternoon or evening, and either the
sandal slipper or the tie is equally
stylish, l'ronze footwear is "just
the thing" with any toilette, except
one for a ball or some other ceremo
nious occasion, upon which satin
slippers with hand embroidery and
a Khinie-stone buckle or chiffon
rosette are indispensable. White,
washable calf skin combined with
tan, in high shoes for outing, have
been adopted by the fashionable
class, and are even more readilv
cleaned than canvas. The "diamond
tip" stamps a shoe as belonging ex
clusively to this season.
A FT K I! NOON" IHlF.S.-K-.
Many faulard silks are seen on
verandas, in C'ongiess Park or the
lllilin SU'tetS. some made in itimiier
'styles, others in the skirt and small
; blouse, Lingerie dresses in princess
.style, are sonunvrous and varied
I that to describe them would be an
endless task. Princess dresses in
blue, pink or white silk, trimmed
with lace, and worn by the reallv
young, are among the "sweetest and
j prettiest costumes seen here. Nets
I also are very charming, some trinim
ed by puffs of colored satin on skirt,
waist, aim sieeves, and others are em
broidered in colors with contrasting
colored silk beneath.
I.AHl.E SAILOK H A To
are in great tavor here, both for
morning or afternoon, with large
bows of nbbon or hemmed taffeta
silk at the front. A peculiar hat
has immense bows of white Brussels
net, the edges finished by straw
braid, and at the centre of the bon
is a cluster of small flowers.
Pictures iit'Alainam e Hattle ;i-iiinis,
i Dr. W. A. Coble, of this city, is
the owner of the laud on which the
famous battle of Alamance was
I fought. May Hi, ITU. This was
undoubtedly the lirst battle of the
Kevolut on, and consequently' the
real c:adle of American liberty and
independence. Appreciating" this
fact, Dr. Coble, who besides being a
patriot is also a learned historian,
has had two large and handsome
pictures made, one showing the
. monument erected thereto the pat
riots who fell in the battle. The
other picture ii a good reproduction
of the ceiebratid painting by J.
Steeple Davis, that shows much of
tin- battlefield a a setting to the
death of an emmissaiy of the King
by the hands of the rebels.
Dr. Coble is. arranging to have
these pictures in the libraries of tin
leading Colleges of the State, ill the
. public library fn Greensboro and at
- the Guilford Jlattle Ground Mu
seum. Copies will also be placed in
1 the State's Historical exhibit at the
Jamestown K x j losi t ion . G ree n s boro
People who travel the highways
in Randolph and Davidson counties
are wondering ho much longer the
good people of those counties will
put up with the bad roads. These
counties are usually progressive on
other lines. Even just ten years be
hind the times on the matter of
good roads and it is against them.
high Point Enterprise.
iDO YOU GET UP
WITH A I,AME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes Ynu Miserable.
Almost everybodv vl. reads Hie news
mpers is sure to know t the wonderful
i Kilmer s fwamp
II Root, the -jreat kid
l nev, fixer and bla 1-
- iler feme. v.
f I! U the '.rre it med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century ;
discovered after years
of scientific research
bv Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidnev and
bladder specialist, ami is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame hack,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
I'riht's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found' just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, ami lias
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement lias been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findout if vou have kidney or bladder trou
ble. When wi itiiiii mention reading this
generous offer in this paper andsend your
address to Dr. Kilmer
S: Co., r.inf-lianiton,
N. V. The regular
fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles are Home of Swamp-Root,
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, P.inghaiiiUin, N. Y., ou
Courtesy to Clerks.
If customers would only stop to
appreciate the trying couditioiis
If'aich surround the average sales
people there would be more court
If the dissatisfied customer would,
just for a moment, fancy herself in
the saleswoni ill's place, not ouly
trying to be selfsuppoitiug but
also perhaps shouldering the burden
of caring for others besides. The
average woman makes little prepar
ation when she starts out o:i a shop
ping t mr. She has a vague idea
of what she wants, br.t she nearly
always depends entirely upon tin
clerk to know her tas e aud ideas.
If customers would only think
out at home what they want, how
m uh they can pay for it aad where
they would perh ips be likely to e
cure what they wish.
It takes so much time to show
goods when a customer has not a def
inite idea as to price, quality and
amount of material needed. The
customer should inform heiself as
to the different prices of the d lifer
ent qualities of the same materia!.
It is the bet plan always to give
a del kau idea what the material
is needed for and how much oue
cares to pay for it.
Women shopping are so deeply
interested in their shopping expe
dition that often they forget to give
any consideration to the girl behind
Ketailcr go t Kaads.
The "retailing" crowd have had
scared looks on their faces all dur
ing court this week. Judge Justice
is a foe to the small groceiy keeper
and the blind-tiger fellows who
want to make money through this
illegitimate form of traffic. His
common sense was shown yesterdav
wnen one tellow was couvicted aud
thought he could escape with pay
ment of a fine. lie offered to natii
tine of $500 to be released, but the
Judge told him to give his money
to his wife and chil reu and sen
tenced him to six mouths on the
county roads at hard labor. We are
tola that one or two fellows who
"smelled a mouse ' have made it con
venient not to be in all this week.
(Jive the fellows a few mouths on
the roads and it will soon out a
stop to the business. Statilty En
On the lirst of this month a pas
senger coach was put on the Dur
ham and South Carolina railroad,
which runs from Durham to lion-
sal, a station on the Sea'-oard Air
lane 'J: miles south of lialeigh.
Kver since the completion "of this
railroad, two years ago. or.lv freight !
trams had been rim on it. A ca-!
boose was attached to each freight
train, in which persons living along I
the road weie allowed to ride with'-i
out any charge. This i? the only ,
railroad we ever heard of. on which '
only freight trains were run and no
passenger was charged anything foi ,
riding on it. This passenger coach,
attached to a freight train, makes?
connection at Bonsai with No. :'S j
on the Seaboard, and leaves lionsal on j
the ui rival there of "No. 3s. i
Having ipialilied as Executor on ihe es
tate of Josiali Luther, deceased, before V.
C. Hammond, Clerk of the Superior Court
of Randolph county; all persons having
claims against said estate are notilied to
present them to the undersigned, duly veri
fied, on or before the 5th day of July I 'JOS,
or this notice will be pleaded iu bar of
their recovery; and all persons owing said
estate will come forward and make imme
diate settlement. ,
This 1 day of July 1907.
J. W. Luther,
Executor of Josiah Luther.
j FOR THE AILING 3 ABE.
li. II. . l-'isher Kcrommenil Smer-
i Mrs Henderson A Fisher, of
franklin township, sends the Post
a receipt of a sovereign reuudy for
aihnir babies. She save:
i te one-third of a pint of fresh
i milk, :i tabl.spomfuls of sweet
I cream, one t iblesp ionful of sugir,
J oue tablespootiful of lime water, two
j thirds of a pint of boiling water,
This quantity will be enough foi
! the baby a dav, but you will h ive
i to make it again for it at night. l't
I sure to keep the milk cool, and be
j fore giving it to the biby Wuiut it a
I little. It the babv s bwels get
j loose use less cream in the milk
! Salisbury Post.
Creates strength for aged, weak,
run-down and debilitated persons
and strengthens weak lungs.
Vlnol is a Cod Liver preparation
true that's why it is valuable
but it contains no oil and Is
delicious in warm weather.
STANDARD DRUG COMPANY.
The local telephone company at
Fayetteville has been granted an
amendment of its franchise by the
Board of Aldeiman nd will spend
$30,0n0 in improvements. The
board also granted tne company au
thority to charge a higher rate for
Do y ' i really enjoy what yon e.C' lW-4
your I 1 I 'a-te gmi'f IK yen fei-l liuiigry
and w.im mere? Or do you li.ive a lie.i vv.
dull I : in.; iiber meals, sour sioimiii-Ii,
beleliiiu on the stumm-li, bad breath,
indite--. and dyHpepsia? II you s!;..i:l,l
lake il be e Kodol lifter each inei'il. Kedol
will no: !, ini.l strengthen your digestive
iryiin- .:. i bullish the natural digestive
iuiees ! u-v our stiiinaeh. It will make von
el. i- .mII make your food do y u u.,',o,.
Turn y m iood into md, rich blood. Kodol
lii-ests it you eat Sold l.y Standard
I h ug ( ami Ashehoro lmu t'o.'
The aiiuuiil meeting of the diree
ton i f the Orphanage at Thomas
v'lle u-as held at that place last
wee'. The report of the buperin
teiuiciit showed the institution to
be 1:1 a good condition and doing a
great work. The orphanage sup
ported 328 children during the year.
"i hat a .Man ut 1,1 Ought tu kmv.
Sylv.ems Stall. D. I).. Vir I'ublishinn Co., Phil-
u.iilphiu. s!X" p. rict! 1 Hi).
It 1 i been aptly sni'1 that a man at fortj live is
either a fool or a pln Mrinn. In the curlier looks
oi this elf anil Sex Series, the author, Sylvanus
ta'.l, L. D., ha soiuiht to save vouiik Uvs,
youiu men mid youni; IiusIhuuIs from mistakes
In. ii uan only ls uvoi,k.l I intelligence. Kew
ini-ii know th..t irreal physical chiiiiKos await
them at middle life. I'rehaps It may be truth
uillv -aid that men of forty-live areas ignorant
of the nature of the oliain?e through which they
'l ire passing as boys at the period udolesceue
In tin- book, Dr. Stall, in that honest, frank
and fearless, but pure itml matchless wuy which
'listim;uishes.the earlier looks of th series, sets,
lorth the character of the changes which occur
in tin- physical life of loth nieil and women.
Hie author milks- out a clear cau ; appreiso
layman of what all itUclligelit physiclau uilmils
prepares Us readers to solves the mysteries of
those changes and by Inteligemv to escape Ihe
sa l consequence of luiionince. To many men
the Kui'lance of this hook will be u timely bene
John Moore, a bad negro shot
another negro named Carr and two
negro women named Fisher, Tuesday
evening of last week, on the farm of
Mr. Furr, near the Iredell-Rowan
Hue. It is thought one of the wo
men will die, the others beiug only
slightly wounded. Moore has not
Nearly all old-fashioned Cough ."syrup
ire constipating, especially those that
en. 1. 1. n opiates. They don't net just right.
ije.ly's Laxative Cough Syrupeontaiii no
opiate..' It drives the cold out of the system
!y '-ii'iv moving the bowel. Contain
l!-..e i:i I Tar and tastes nearly as g -od as
uu;.- -yrup. Children like" it. .Mid by
-' i: i iid" Ilrug Co. and Asheboro I'nig (',,.
I'.'.ick Duke, who is to marry Mrs.
Iiiiiian. the Atlanta .'iciely woma:i,
has bo;:i;ht the cor"i-r of Wh !ir.
and ."dh Avenue, New York City,!
f'T : present tor tiie bride, lie i
. i . ..ii: l 1.. 1
pain one million m. iiunuie.i ii,.ni-.
iti.ti ''.!l:ii's for the ground alone.
A ri .iiisiug. clean, cooling, soothing,
l.ealii.,' l,Mi;ehol I remedy i lleWitt's far
l.o:ied Witch llacl Sabe. Kr burns,
( uis. scratches, bruises, inecl bites, and
sure leet it is une'iiah-d. (iood for Tile.
JJeivare of imitation. (let 1'eWiit's, !i
1st! e be,!. Sold by Standard Ihug Co. atl.l
Asheb Hi) I Mug Co.
The Proximity ba&e ball team de
feated Thotna8ville on the latter's
grounds, last week by a score of 5 to
2 in a hotly contested gam.
Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,
painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed
tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,
scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.
Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness,
cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc.
If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain
sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES
"I WROTE YOU
for udvke. anj by following It and
takinoCirJui. my Female Troubles
were turej. " Mrs. R. S. Wallace,
Lavaca, Ala. Jl
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