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TRI2UTY HIGH SCHOOL.
Per Fifty Year or More a Factor la
Training tbe Mia of Oar
It wm the privilege of your cor
respondent to be present st the
picnic and. educational rally at Old
Trinity last week. Thete was a
very good ciowd present, and all
enjoyed the day at this historic old
institution, which is taking on new
life, and showing every evidence of
greater usefulness than has
attended it in the past Tbe dinner
given to the large ciowd was all
that could be asked for. The speech
cf Dr. B. F. Dixon was simply
characteristic of this gifted son of
the mountains when at his best.
And this is saying a great deal, for
all who have ever heard him, know
that he always interests, entertains,
and benefits his hearers.
To one who can be at Trinity
and walk over the campus, beneath
the shades of the mighty oaks and
throngn its hullc, rooms, and chap
els, made sacred by the lives and
works of tbe great men who have
labored and laid down thtir lives
upon her altar in the past, and
others who have gone out from
there to be leaders of men in all
that is great and good, without
feeling that for tifty years or more
Trinity has been one of the greatest
and most conservative institutions
for the building up of North Caro
lir.a. Neither can we look at the
future ant1 associate with tho.-e in
whose ham's is placed its destiny
for the next ye.ir, without ruil
iziug that it is again on the h'gh
road of acbieviiKiit and j-uece.
Every thing about the Col leg.? has
undergone a thorough ivpiiiiiff.
All the roans of the college build
ing and dormitory have b'ii re
painted and present a neat and
inviting appearance. He v. 15. F.
Hargit', Head Matter, hus left
nothing undone that would add to
the pleasure or benetit'if those ho
Beek education at that place. It is
now conceded by all that the trustees
have secured the right nun for
Head Master and have given hi ji as
assistants one of the best faculties
that could be secured. Each man
and woman being especially ijuali
fiied for their respective branches
of work. No better place can be
found any where for parents wish
ing to give their boys and girls an
education. Tne citizens of the
town are a kind and hospitable
people who are acting in harmony
with tbe management of the school
in their efforts to advance the use
fulness and efficiency of the institu
tion. The people of Randolph connty
have always felt a jnst and com
mendable pride for Old Trinity and
for its founder, who was one of the
greatest of men, coming from ob
scurity through untold disadvan
tages, working his way up till his
name and fame became household
words in every home of Randolph
countv. And now, as they are re
covering from the shock of the
removal of the College, they are
again rallying around the place
with a detei ruination to build in
the hearts of this and succeeding
venerations those principles of
christian education set' in motion
there more than half a century ago,
Culling from Moore Coanty,
Tbe Carthage Blade.
The boiler at the saw mill of
N. R. Lewis, at Glendon, exploded
Thursday morning. Although he
and six or seven men were in the
mill, some of them in six feet of
the boiler, none of them were hurt.
In tbe explosion, which was caused
by allowing the water to get too
low, the boiler was carried sevoral
feet from the mill,
Mr. John Martin Leach, Snpt
of the Van Liudley fruit farm near
Southern rines, bad a dream a few
nights ago that the house was oa
fire and in his sleep jumped out of
a second storV window. No limbs
J. W. Fagan, of Aberdeeu, who
has been critically ill for several
days is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Freeman, of
High Point, celebrated the twenty
fifth anniversary f their marriage
last Thursday evening. A host of
friends gathered to extend best
wishes and a handsome array of
presents attested the esteem in which
they are beld.
Care Blood Poison, Cancer, C leers.
Ecaeaaa, Carbanclea, Etc., Medicine
if ma have offensive nimrjlex or emotions.
Bice re on any part of the forty, aching bones or
joint, (ailing hair, mucous patches, swollen
glands, skin itche and burnt, sore lip or puma,
eating, festering aorta, baip, gnawing pains,
then you sutler from serious blood poison or the
beginning of deadly cancer. Take Botanic
Blood Balm (B B B.) It kills the poison In the
blood, thereby giving a healthy blood Mipply to
the afflicted part. Deals every sore or ulcer, even
deadly cancer, stops all aches and pains and re
duces all swellings. Botanic Blood Balsa euros
all malignant blood troubles, such aa ecsema.
scabs and acales pimple, running sorts car
buncles, scrofula, imeumatism, catarrh, etc. Es
pecially advised lor all nttinate caves. Im
proves thedigesttmi, strengthen weak kidneys,
brngglsta, one dollar. To prave It cure, sa.nple
Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble
and free medical advlca sent In sealed letter.
To Decrease Freight Rates
Over The Public Roads
Of Randolph County.
l-:Xt'F.XWIVI2 K ATI-; UVr.K I VIMINIOVKD ( IIIM'UY liO.ll.
Franklin tile (ilcaninj
Pjt f! A. W.viii tilU.1 Ira
pointmenuat the M. E. church J
At tbe morning service the doors of
church were opened and several n?w
aiembers were added, and at mut t be
preached one of bis best sermons to a 1
arge and appreciative congrega ion. '
Mr. J. W. Craven, uf High Point, i
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Iyonnrd. of i
Greensboro spent Sttn rd-.y n i p h t a n d
Sunday with Mrs. J. W. ( ravfii.
Quite a large crowd attended th"
lawn party given bv the bud at Mis
Emma Philips baturdav rnah.
The Ramsenr baud furbished thf
A , ,
music ana every oue prteicat eemct i
Mr. B F. Craven hrta in9t tsim !
tIj . d:j., l.
truck farm near the northern limit
of the city.
Several of our young r-o;ie .it
tended tbe biiptisine in Bruh Cre-K
near Gray s Cha el Sunday.
Miss Isa Fenirt-s who ha 1 e-r.
attendine Kings Rusinnfis (.'ol-fir- at
Raleigh for some tine r".uiucd
Mr. H.A. Easeell, of Gulf. pnt I
one night in the c.ty hat wk. ;
who are always flad to set him
Mrs. Wincie 1'arks, b-r .Unshtsr !
and grandson. Mrs Fannie Ct.x und j
Master Kanv olph. have inst n-ttirnwl i
relatives at farU' X Uoh-I and ..tn-r !
places in Randolph and huthatn
counties. Mrs. l'arks ha bvn
in bad health 12 mouths aud thi
is the firit trip she has been ahie t
make. All her friends are glad u
see her improving.
Mr. Cbas. We'ch and family art
visiting relatives in town.
Mr. J. M. Allred went to St.
hospital at Greensboro for treatment
Misses Minnie and Florence TipiH t -'- MofSttaie bniMms the bndge at
spent laot week at. High IV.int viei:.j Kli,H,v- 1 nv" 'he pillar oi.
ing relatives aud friei.di. w-t "f ,be DMy
The Sunday Schwl at I be M. FJ,omP;"u', u "1 MOt lak' ,ben'
church is steadily growing in num- ,,tt" l,u,!l1 thc 0Ue a tMs
ber and interest and a uict; um wau j' " " .
raised Sunday to pnrchaw a lot -.f j Mrs. Alfrei Mai.e3.s hits been right
interesting books to be added totbel6
library. Mr. 0. C. Rufsell w-u n" Hye his lieeu on the sick
elected librarian. 1,8t bot ia improving low.
Several of our people attended tbe t'," v- h - Si,er w8 1n W 00,0
protracted meeting at Pleanut ull""Ty ' "aMirday m tbe interest
Cross Sondav. of his behotd at f. Olivet.
Mrs. R. L. Elkins virited her p,ir- . Several from th.a oeighborbood
ents at ABheboro lant week. ' " attending the Pinging at
Mr. and Mrs. . II. Philips f T""'-
Carbouton, spent Sri ndav and Mod- ' " " -
day with Mr. and Mrs. Jamed Mar. j " ,M' :-. )
tindale. j - Vr, Mack'E!?m and children
Misses Fannie Kinney and Mary visit, d Mrs. Stridor last Sunday.
Bell Burrow spent tntrl of last ek Mia Mmine M'Land en'rtainid
with Rev Manley llannneratCH eki,'a nntiib' r of yo'irg people at her
who ha been qni'c il1 fur some tiine. Kon- Sa arday i.iuht. All repoit a
Thfre wi quite an infereatiur l.ij? tim".
meeting of the luihiei ii StHr at llnks M r W. f VPHskill, who ba
Lodwe Saturday uiiriit Thie- t'hp 'i"n Y i'.l' fever for Some time, i"
UT uiitU ibe ti si PJaMirdsty niini tin.VMt-g.
t-Lin ii" i ii .im,ai isjl- i ii i hi ii i in l is . i i j.n hx,.i n m um.-.n in-
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of Economy la Macadamized
; in each month and every oe shouuJ ;
j attend that
The rji1i" Aid Sucietv will yivf j
';tt,t.T n th" fme ."r VJ
; Ml,nr tu.day in l.t A
the l?t'). Ip ori'Hlll tfll'l O'her ?-
f r"phirent' will le scrvwl nrnt 'f 'u
want o le in iht nrest cnieitjiMi
UlH'it i'.f tb fen'oil C')li) and bri i(
til von- fieti(i wirh yu.
Mr. K. A. Hoiith ii tnf owner d
t tin fiKr of nxfii dl('!l he hoieSjyp
-o ram nnrl have r"HUy lor ta'Ui swr-1
vice iu rue tfar future. i
M:s Adi TtMiiiilt-fi, f G t-unrHin,
i vinnr e Mi, u)f inline oi i r. ju . t.
. M"'.v !lill,:,rd . 8PHlt fT
'lb' 'u-i 'tk il!l MleSfd raniile
slid L;Z7,ie Mcl'i .ah'., uf riei4Si.t j
II. I'. Ilsrreil -i'-n t lust Sji d ;
in Ted r 1-71 t..
M i .lit -tn i u.r.s wren, of '
.eiar falls SO I .NHIk' an I MaIm-I
Spoon, of Asritb'rof are visiti 'f at ,
the buttle of Mr. aud Mr?. J. L '
y'r, jjB I
0 M"- B. Ilainmer aud little soa !
Mr i1. S. B. Hammer aud little sob
)S ., " I c !
,"f- u gate tie
a . . j w t T nr.. a'.-
l "V k P 7
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. r8 " OI DlKO
"'n Jfiauvw own '.
i ni- u.i.oua huh rmiaiuea neiuai ' ,
,i , . , .u AsuenoBo Drnxs Co.
urnii inet ing Mmnlity uight at the ..
niri:ir..f I.r. anl Mrs" Hubbard. I HAVE jat rr, iv J iwo or three- ban
M i. ( .r...nr- Strrd and little Poul j -I.ieh h-ive ben edd-d to
hi. l - l . .., OBrOircnlMtinclj' r. W alnO hive a
-iiii . . no nave teen striousty in
Me.uilw and '.VhiKioping cngh are
aa'rig iu tlti j-luc4.
teerx V id Pi Gariner jnd W.
Mia Eddi McNairy died Monday
morning ul tbe home of Mr. C. A,
Boreii, at Terra Cotta, ' Typhoid
fever, with complications, was the
0 use -of death. Miss McNairy was
about sixteu yerB of agf. Th
fuueial t.k place yesterday at Old
Center church, near hillside, after
services conducted bv Revs. J. A.
Bowles and A. G. rfirkman.
Valuable farm Hold.
Mr. J. Henry Gilmer has sold hit
farm .f 270 acres at Mill Point to
Mr. I). M. (ir.econ for a considera
tion of $4.)00. Mr. GreesoL has in
turn sola his home place t Messrs.
Paul and Krxnk Shuw, while his
wife has sold her interest in what is
know n as the Peter Clapp land to
! her brother, Mr. John S. Clapp.
The tineii8 rie made Monday of
'. M. Lilt or hnrh dnvpnt.'iwl th following
! It; i.1 in Randolph iiiuntT, tonit: A tract of 40
r f i. n- I .n t in ( tflar irov Towtj
Mrmth.' water f Trivlots Creek. adjotnln
t'i? hii'dsoi wiM n.lv. Nicy LcwaTlcn, J. K.
Lr -il.-n hi-.r , K. K. I.uthcr tuiit other: Be
e iii'l' i t a t.Tec.rni-r E. K. Luther's line and
ruii'ihiif -..nth iHcn ii i to Hilles" line, thence
...' . .i... t . Xnuey l.ewalleii lint nud
t -n e N'urth it; chiin ma stump, thence west
i nc iii'i' ...t r whi.-h without objection
f.., till" h 'i .tin-- itoin this ilnte he will
a-' for a wa-r.i"- " 'vvey to the county sur.
!' roRir(iHs. Kntry Taker.
For Pale. Nive five-room cottage
in West .Athtonio on the Fisher
proprr'v. Wul!s pipered, g od well,
nut h'.Mi trf. nr.il ii. a good commu
nis. ' 'tin a rn lively new. A hand-t.ei.U-n
pro(ierty. lot 100
fr.xn hv 220 f-"t deep. Preparing
ro nic a-v i- rnton for selling.
Arplv tfJ.L. I'avis, Asbeboro
U E Fine male hor.
Weigh 20 poo'if's. A good Stock.
Will Mel! at b "i-Hin.
Kf. W. E. Swaut
Asheboro, N. C.
F" S-.le O: f large work mule,
Z orn In
fonl, one second
n Fnrmer's Favorite
i '"nrawuy barrow.
.Tobn T. Brittain.
- - - : ."r, ; 7r,
Jla;vri,vT;r n '8-w 8,,prly o,bUnk
H- Ms. 4rmnl. or
Ie.!per-,we Lcve ihe liidWt prade at the
lowst fi"-. "iplit new Wof Cartw'a
"" A v'1p,,,nTn T)rtift Co.
0,r , ;h of jeyelrv i8 Roin mt ft.
X ir'r,V w.'K
kiad of f ilTiv ire for wivldine preeenti. all
i the beat arrstles A vt...Kom DniR Co.
" i' Hard Ba. r.im-a nd Omce.1-
i""11"1 fT ,tTi,,r money and jewels.
i-;r r-r Jam .town trip
i)nilwr' f pooH nov ' IospII at half price)
Com- aud buy before ihov ar pioked Over.
A8UE00BO Dbcq Co.
EDI50J Phon "-HnK Diac Talking WaJ
oninws, i no. n-oorTW. urapanpbone Aeodlaa
A riuhi p s-l t"f F, 'im n records Some
thing r. uit ,1 ,i .-t-
Ardcboro Drco Co.
1l !- o, probably on Dept
rThn-ch tr ft-. OoH Orosa and Chain.
mwmh A -a & o " rti bsck. EewarJ to
6 d r if: returned to th.B office.
Central I alls Notea.
M'. .7. h. V n. Rtong, of Salisbury,
is d np 1 1 ik in town.
Mi. Johu.Hulin is preparing to
move it- 'r-top.
Work is fsfing done on the park.
it wii.i r. rune t.i'ne for Central.
Two of Mr. M. F. Loflin'i ehil-
dren are sick with fever.
Mr. R L Jrret.'s little son hivs
sv'- qif'. n "rectitors on the estat of
miiaTevi f-snw, cnvuwi, before W. C. Htm-
Dionn, t r oi i:i Hupertor oourt of Randolph
County, oil rrw I'arlnr rlntms asralnst aald
estatw are noun "i mi preent them to tha under-
i. iulv vp-ifit. I. .-.ii or before the dav of
rl '. no.ior will be pleaded in bar
of their reiv.
Sf'Hf incut i
ThM7t l tuy o: Jj1,107.
O. F. GATLIN.
Wm. C. HAMMER.
ale of tbe Randleaiaa Chair Prop
erty. The undersigned will receive sealed
proyosals for the entire real and per-
sonal property of the Randleman
Chair Company, bankrupt (not in
cluding book accounts and manufac
tured products, wkich the trustee
will collect and sell privately) at his
office in Randleman, North Carolina,
up to 12 o clock noon Tuesday,
August 20, 1907, at which hour and
place the said sealed proposals will
The value of said property as ap
praised by appraisers appointed by
the referee-, can be 6eeu by applying
w tne trustee at nis office in Kandle-
Proposals will be received if pur
chasers so prefer for supplies, stock
in process of manufacture, unman,
ufactured stock, machinery, real
estate seperately or as a whole, or
Proposals of less than 75 per cent.
of appraisers' value will have to be
approved by the court.
W. 1. SUMNER,
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Br Virtue of an order of snle cmnlni In tlin
anpfrtor Court of Ran Jolph county on the te.
ti lion of .lohnT. Itrittain aguiiuit W. P. Stltn.
i snnii sen at the court IJouite aoor. In Aslie
bro, itt It o'elock M. ou the mhriav of
AuRiist, Hrr, the following Real Kstfttc to'-wlt:
A tnua of laud iu Asholioro township, in suid
couut.r. ailjoinini? Uie huids of David tinither-
"(iii , lhomas lHiTUtMiu, the lunibt of H. ).
Fisher unil others, Containinn Sit acres more
or loss. T llis lilllce is on til.- t;ulmrn. H.ji.l
un i known us tho Don miUi place.
This Sliday of July, UKJ7-
THAI) S, Fcrror,
15v rirtue of nn onlor of khIb ,rrani..l 1.
the Superior Court of numlulph cotuitv on
the notitioii of Eliinli AlnlViit .i.lmi,,;tV.t.
of Sitllie J. Blair decrast'd, ajjaiiist Wru. J.
uiair etui, l Khitll soil at the Lourtlioufe
door in Ashelwro. X. C. t 1: o'l-lm-lr l
the 7th doy of fept , 1J07, die following
iw.i rN.w, w-wii: a iruci ot land in
Trinitv townliiiv in tafiiil (viini..
the lands of V. G. Urokaw and othern,
Iwunded br follows: Beginning at a hickory
eu R. E. Blair'a line, thenre norlh 14 cIih.
to a ttone. thiica vmi ! I." u
stone at the laiie, thence south 11 1-2 dejrs.
west ens. ana uuna to a stone in It. h.
Blair'a line, thence east 4 chs. and 12 Iks.
on taid lino to a stnnA thanxa smith 4 l.v
chains to a stone, thence south 45 degs.
east a cimos to a white oak near the
road, thence south 3 chs. and 00 Iks. to the
beginning, oontaiuiug 25 acres more or ! ss.
TEKUb: Ona-third cash the remaining
twa-thirda cn a credit of six months, the
purchaser giving bond and approved securi
ty therefor, and the title reserved till the
further order of the court.
This uth day of Aug. 1907.
ELIJAH M0FFITT, Comr.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
RAMSEUR, NORTH CAROLINA.
NAOMI FALLS STORE
Will begin at 9 o'clock, on Thursday,
jfj August 15th, a Sale to close out
$ a $25,000 stock of goods.
JJ This stock consists of Dry Goods, Notions,
v uiotning, bnoes, Hats, Caps, btoves, Hardware, Furni-
:g iure, unina, i in ware ana
we can noi in inis aavenisement give you an
idea of the BARGAINS to be had Sin this, THE
GREATEST CUT SALE EVER HELD IN NORTH
Manv orrirlAC unl 1 cm o Uu c f" rc-r Dnice
Come early and share in these bargains.
jg This sale will continue until stock is exhausted.
g Naomi Falls Store
BI-8ALE oF TIMBER.
j vi.-wcv.m uvv v. re-awe maae dv th
Superior Court of Randolph County. In a awcis.!
ETr.n"H a'"? JST.k.."."" i?"uia
and Btadman' Russell, I hall aeU at the Count
House in Aseeboro. N, C, at public auction. OS
September. luo7, atl.o clock m.. all aie mer?
......,uu U1H .UI uivasure inches or
Bore in diameter at tha stump, one foot from
aud persimmon, snd mH dog'wood, hlciorv
nun a and mmlmm.. .11 -I. . '
chsutable will be sold at the lime and place
above mentioned, said Umber being upon the
following described lands In the County of Ran
dolph near Ulah. N. C. adjoining the lands of
. ... avuin nuu mum suia oounaea as fol
SrS Tl,.! Br'ulllnK at a pine, Marmaduhs
Williams' line, thenoe west Si chains to a lake
thenoe south as chains to a hickory, thence
west 8 chains and 6 links to a post oak. thenc
south to Virgil Preanell line, thence west on
said line 80 chains to a stone, tbenee north IT 18
chains to a stake, thenoe to M. R. Moffltfs line,
thence the same course 49 poles to another stake!
M;f.,loflltt'8llnenenoetna same course on
said line 1-2 chains to a black oak, thence east
S7 chains and 8 links la a stake, thenoe north
4 m chains to a hickory, Dawson Lewailen'a
corner, thence east 1 chains to a hickory, the
dividing line, thtiuce south 8 chains and Iks
to a stake, thence east 17 chains and links to
take, William's line, thence south to the be
ginning containing IM acrea more or less.
The purchaser to have two years from date of
conrtrniatioii in which to cut and remove said
timber. ELIJAH MOFFITr.
lerms ef sale. Cash. Commissioners.
This the 6th day of Aug., 1907.
By virtue of an order of sale granted by she
Superior Court o( Randolph county ou the peti
tion of M. A. Kiudley aiptinst Matilda Cppple et
al, I shall sell nt the Court Houe door at Ashe
boro. W. O, at lit o'clock II. on the :M day of
September KMT, the following real estate, towlt
A tract of land in Tabernacle township, in said
county, beginning at a stone at or near theoritri
"H'i."0.,0! ".. Ooi'Plei thenoe east IS chains
and 71 links to a dogwood, thence south t ohs.
and S Iks. to an ash, thence east 2 chains and
85 links to a stone, thence south S chains aud S8
links to a stone in the Smith line, thence wes
16 chains and 96 links to a pine knot and stoa
planted, thence north 8 chains to the begin
ning. Containing li acres more or less.
ftid Tract; BoKinuing at a stone iu the mid
dle of Uwhnrrie and running n nth 81 degrees
era- 9 chaii s ai;d 75 links to a black oak, theuce
north 4 t h l is and Vj links to a dogwood in
oriKinal line, thence east on said line 17 chains
ami 25 links to a stone, thence north 4 chains
line no iinks to a white oak, thence east IS chs
and 00 links to a stone, former! v a black oak
thence south 30 chains to a hickory, thenoe west
7 chains and jr. links to a pnj stum., tlienoa
south (.chauistou swt onk. ii. ence west G chs
ami SO links to a stake in tin middle of the
rivrr; theiiceup the varlousconnesnf said creek
hi jhc beginning, containing ion acies more or
sl Tract: Beginning nt n domvood in E. E.
Copplc's line, thence south i! chains and IW links
to au asho, thence east 2 chains mill 2.". links to a
stone, thence nertli i chains ami 02 links to a
stake and stone heap, theuce west 2chaiiia and
2S link, to the Winning.
TKKMS: One-third c.h. the remaiiiliiR two
tliinls on a creillt of six months, the purchaser
Kiviiig hond and appnuvd sin-uritp therefor,
and the title reserved till the further order of
, '.A. SPtXCE. Comr.
Tills Si day of August iU07.
Kmw Wmnble hits this dav eriter,"', t ic follow
In; laud ill Randolph county lowi.i A tract of
25 aeri'S more or less of laud K:'tidlemaii
towu'iii, on the waters of Deep River, adjoin
ing t:ie lands of John Fields. Auni.- SUiut, Bud
Roblnns and others, for which without obieo
tion filed within Thirty dav from this date, he
will ask for a warrant of survey to the Count
Surveyor of Randolph Countv. This July .
Ili7. J. F,B(iKOV(;KS.
FRASKLIICVI1XH HIGH SCIIOOI..
Male and Female.
Opcae Aanust 19, 19J?. Offers splendid
advasitasjM. Special ssarw for ttwehera
We wat jr.osig nsea siad ynBR ladle
who are wllllnsj ta work. W do' Use
rest. D. M. WB1THEBUSI, Prtn.
aHi? ti? si? in a? a? iiHigiKci.
Company. w- IS?- f