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THE WAR PATH"
An Interesting Feature Of
The Jamestown Exposition.
Nothing so pleast'S the public at
exposiiijus as the collection f new,
strange and interesting featuies
which iit Chicago ami Huffalo was
called the midway, at St. Louis the
pike, at Portland trail, auJ at tlie
Jamestovn exposition is known as
the "warpath." .
One of the most ex pens ve amuse
ment t-uterprises on the warpath is
the reproduction of the famous bat
tle between the Hirst ironclads, the
Merrimack and Monitor. The
building housing this attraction and
the scene painting required an
expenditure cf $150,0W. Large
ships, leal guns and real men are
used in the production, aud it is real
istic to the fiuest detail, even to the
rolling of the waves and the sound
of the splashing upon the shore.
The electrical effects producing light
ning, 6iiniise and sunset, are said to
be the finest ever perfected. Partic
ipants in this famous engagement
and other eye witnesses declare this
to be true "and realistic representa
tion of the battle.
There are two other reproductions
of battles of importance in the his
tory of the civil war, Gettysburg and
Manassas. Hoth of these produc
tions are housed in fine bu.ldiugs, and
they represent the very best work of
The scene painter. The realism of
the panoramic reproductions of these
battles is added to by a plastic fore
ground built up to meet the majestic
painting in such a way as to be puz
zlitg, and to cause the obser ver to
really imagine himself a looker-on at
these bloody struggles.
Colonel Ferari's wild ar:d trained
animal show otiers to the lover of
this sort of amusement absolute sat isfaction.
There is a large arena
where men and women take their
lives in their hands, walk into a steel
cage and mingle with the blue bloods
of the animal kingdom, giants of
the forest, tigers, lions, leopards,
jaguars, wolves arid bears, arid cause
them to go through various maneoii
vrts for the delectation of the audien
ce. The most remarkable exhibition
here shown of tiuitied wild animals
performing is that of a company of
seals and sea lions, animals generally
supposed to be of alow order of in
telligence, but which here prove
themselves on a par with any of those
animale long considered the most in
teligent. Exposition visiters agree
that in every respect, Colonel Ferari's
troupe is without a rival among ex
hibitions of its kind. LaBelle JSeli
ca'e Lous, for instance, seem endowed
with almost human preemption and
Mille llelene's leopards are scarcely
less remarkable in their work. Prin
cess Pauline, the animal iueeu, too,
bends these habitants of the jungle
to her veriest wish . Captain Goldie's
mixed group lu feats astonishing and
amusing, attract much attention.
Captain Kuneo's hybrids vie for a
first place in favor and Capt. Dick
Bass, with Ids performing bear, "Jo
sephine' keeps interest ou the qui
vive every minute. Add to these the
deg and monkey circus, a show
-which eclipses the best that has gone
One ot the most instructive and
novel concessions on the warpath is
he baby incubator. This practical
ly recent invention means more to
the scientific and medical world than
any discovery of the present century,
and one should not fail to see the
machines containing their tiny speci
mens of humanity, which have been
(placed there to be nursed into strong
In "Old Jamestown" may be seen
a replica of the old church tower,
and other landmarks of the first En
glish settlement in this country,
"vithout traveline fortv miles np the
James river. Through the streets of
this novel village waiK men ana
women representing the first settlers,
and Indians walk and talk and trade
withtbem jutt.as they did three hun
dred years ago. An excellent idea has
been carried out here in having tht
t.r::- di (vndants cf that tribe of In
ula:. min which Join' Smith and
his followers had to deal, the Paum
unkiee, herein this reproduction of
the old settement.
These Indians twenty in number, al
so enact a drama which they them
selves have written from the story
handed down to them of the incident
of John Smith's rescue by Pocahon
tas, and an Indian maid, a defendant
of Powhatan, the father of the orig
inal Pocahontas, whose name is
iPocahontas, enacts the part of that
coble younj: Indian.
Uell's Gate is without doubt the
most exciting of all amusement de
vices. It takes one at first by easy
gliding boat and then gradually in
creases to a rush and a whirl through
dark tunnels and mysterious caverns
where huge reptiles "crawl about and
spout forth flame, and where his Sa
tanic majesty, and his imps disport.
Hale's Tours of the World give an
opportunity to visit far distant coun
tries and return within an hour, and
a dime will pay all traveling expenses.
The ears very much nst inble those
' of any other railroad, and there arv
: the sounds of bells and whistles t
add additional touch of realism.
The Congress of Nations, or the
j Beauty Show, contains represe .tative
voting women from the several civil
ized countries. In tact an effort was
made to secure the most beautiful
specimens of young womanhood to be
found in Anrercia and the European
The famous painting, The Shadow
of the Cross, which has puzzled and
mvstilied, not only the world at large,
but the artistic world, for a number
of years, is on exhibition on the war
path. It is apainting which has 'he
irrost peculiar effect upon him who
looks upon it, and stamps upon the
mind an impression, which remains
The EMuimaux Village contains u
number of these strange little men
and women from the frozen arctic,
and their daily lives are pictured
faithfully, the building itself rep
resents iceburgs and nroun tains
of suow, with here and there the
snow houses of the inhabitants
Princess Trixie, the horse with ;
human brain, crossed the ocean fro'ii
the Palace Theatr e, London, to amuse
the visitors at the Jamestown Expo
sition. This beautiful pure white
Arabian mare does everything but
speak and this she dots by signs, al
most as intelligently as any dumb
human. She knows the alphabet, is
an excellent mathematician and can
distinguish the various colors as well
as any wornan.who frequents the bar
The Phillippi 0 Hi se vat ion.
where one hundred and forty-one lit
tle brown men and women from their
far awav isUnd home live and labor
just as they do there is always inter
esting. Represented here are both
the crvilrzed and uncivilized trities.
including a nobleman, Prince San
Sal una. the ruler over the province
of Chattabato Valley and its loU.UOU
inhabitants. An exnibit hall is
maintained where the various ngn
cultural products and articles of in
dustry are shown. Their weaving and
b ad work is being done daily by the
women skilled in these lines, and the
scantily clothed uncivilized tribes
amuse themselves by beating the to.n
tonis from morning until night.
Paul Keveie, the Revolutionary he
ro, makes his famous midnight ride
every hour in the day This is not
simply a panoramic production, but
real rrren aird real horses are used,
and a splendid idea may be had of
this ride of such far-reachmg impor
tance. "Pharaoh's Daughter" is an illu
sion show which perplexes its thou
sands. Beautiful scenery beautiful
young women are used in this pro
duction founded upon Sacred Histt r j
and the show is of such a character
as to please the most discriminating
The Strets of Seville and La Gida
Theatre are typical of the Spanish
countries. In the theatre beautiful
Spanish dancing girls, brought from
the Royal Opera House of Spain, go
through those bewilderingly graceful
movements so peculiar to their race.
Genuine Spanish bull fights and cock
fights are also a part of the program.
Colonial Virginia offers an oppor
tunity to gain a true idea of the life
of the Old Dominion of long ago.
The marriage of Pocahontas and
John Rolfe and the first ball at the
capital are among the historical in
The Florida ostrich farm has been
moved for the time being from Jaok
sonville to the exposition, and daily
on the warpath may be witnessed
both harness and riding races be
tween these giant birds.
Aside from these attractions, there
is another like number of show3. all
well worth the time required to see
Kli-e Kllleil Timber.
(iovernrnerU tests of lirt-killed
titii'iiT have demoiiatrnted the fact
that ti.is wood is guod anil eljijuhl be
considered as thoroughly seasoned
timber, as far as its use is concerned.
Fire-killed timber cheeks badly when
left standing for any length of time,
and tuis is an obstacle in the way of
itsjuse for some purposes. Timber
which has beeu kiiled by fire should
be generally used within one year af
ter it has heen killed, but satisfac
tory railroad ties have been madf
from timber killed fifty years before.
Dyspepsia ami C-t-nei-al l-liilil.
ure curiM l,y R H. V.. Lipiwiuirslirvut.Kvim.tly,
tlicsiijMTiorof ull MirMipurilla..
P.P. P. in the gn-utest tonie for the stomiuh
that was ever known. Iniiiccstion, Bml Im-ums
and Biliousness give way rapidly to the ivtr
ful tonic ami blood demising properties ol P. P.
A prominent Railroad Superintemlent living
at Savannah, (in., (in which city he was burn),
says he feels better than he ever did, anil he hail
the wornt case of dyspepsia on record. He had
no appetite, and the little he ate disagreed with
him, causing him to vomit often, he had pains
in the head, breast and stomach, but after using
three bottles of P. P. P.. he felt like a new man.
He savs that he feels he could live forever if be
could always get P. P. P.
His name will be given on application to us.
Sold by Asheoore Drug Co.
! Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used t !v e.HiM.tere 1 th it mile
urinarv and bi.ulder trcuiiie- were to be
t:..tv 1 l i '.in: kidneys,
.S, b; t r.i'H- modern
r-eu-:iee proves tint
r.,Mi-;y a!! diseases
haw their beyinniiii;
i:i the disorder ot
these most iniuortatit
The kidneys fi'le
and imrifv iheblomi
that is their work,
hen our kidneys are weak
. von can understand how
ur eiitue bn,e is aiTeef-d and
' how everv organ seem.-, lo tail to uo lis
If vo;t are sick or " feel badly." begin
: taking the great kidney remedy. Dr.
j Kilmer's Swamp-Root, i.eeause as soon
as voitr kiduevs are we" 'they wilt help
I all the other organs to health. A trial
will eonvinee anyone.
If you are siek you can make no mis
take' be first doctoring your kidneys.
, The mild and the extraordinary effect of
; Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, the great
kidnev remede, is soon realized. It
1 stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases, and is sol i
i on its merits by all
i druggists in lifty-eeiit
I and one-dollar si -,e
i bottles. You may
i have a sample bottle
by mail Iree, aiso a pamphict telling you
I how to find out if you have kidney or
! bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer tV Lo., Bing
hamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y.. on every bottle.
Voii-Ii i ialilc and Irrisrahie Land, j
Nun iirigaMe lands havt shown a!
wonderful productiveness in winter j
ivhtat and for the grazing of stock.!
rht irrigable landi are devoted to
ill kinds of crops, am when deired
tie sold with non - irrigable lands,!
o as to afford an ideal farm, com-;
bining both arable and dry grazing:
land'. I'lie non-irrigable lands are)
sold at from twelve to tit te n dollars!
one-iiarter cash, ami the balance;
payable in live equal installments.
The irrigable land.'' carry with
them a water ri.ht, an annual rental
of tit ty cente an acr to provide for:
in iuutirxj ami nr-iintainin the ca-
mils. The purchaser has a direct
"tie and guarantee of writer for his
i ruatioii every uar :n advance.
The iriiga'de lau 1 .f tli (.'ana i
dian (.'o!o!i:z itioir and Irrigation
Company has a fixed value, and the j
cost to the owners of the laud is'
similar to that incurred by a'house-!
holder when he connects with the
waUr mains of the city; for the land-'
holder merely runs out h;s conduit'
to the main canal and procures the
water without further trouble.
In the ears to come this country
will become one of the most popu
lous sections of Canada, where
thrifty, diversified farming, dairying
and stock-raising can be carried on.
The question of buying land iu
the irrigated district is so emphati
ctlly a good business proposition
that one cannot even glance at the
literature whicn is published with
out, bein j convinced that the Cana
dian Pacific Irrigation and Coloni
zation Company have a most com
prehensive knowledge of just how
to settle the country permaniently.
The reports of Dr. Mead, former
ly of the DepartMent of Agriculttue
in Washington, 1). C, are decidedly
interesting. It is cheering to the
farmers to know that the soil is just
right, the supply of water ample,
and the rights of the company se
cure; for upon these rights rests the
water title of the owners of the
Second only to the interest in
their own irrigation project is the
interest felt by the people of Calgary
in the Panama Canal, which they
regard as the eventual outlet for
the immense wheat crop of Alberta,
Liverpool bound. .
The Canadian Pacific entered
into the irrigation undertaking pri
marily to create permanent traffic.
With an annual revenue already
approximating $2,000,000 at Cal
gary, it can be realized that an ad
ditional 3,000.000 acres of land un
der cultivation would furnish an
immense increase in traffic of all
kinds. It has, therefore, never been
the intention of the road to make
any profit on the actual irrigation
but rather to make the canal profit
able by the enhanced value of the
land which they own. Joe Mitchell
Chappie in the National Magazine
In Warm Weather
Vinol is as delicious as a fresh
orange, and as soothing as can le
to the weak, irritable stomach. It
coaxes back lust appetite, improves
digestion and creates strength
throughout the whole system. We
strongly recommend Vinol to all
who are weak and run-down from
any cause, particularly to delicate
women and children, old people
and for those who have pulmonary
toubi;s. Money back if you try
Vinol and are not satisfied.
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tinct School of the Bible Full hiiMness school, in charje o! a competent in
struemr. Art school, including oil. applied design and china paintirg Regular
Normal C'onrsp, elective for A. B. degree Special short c,urt for public school
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violin and pipe organ t'onifort of stinh nts looked alter by lady physician,
nurse laily principal nuil matron Hoard, furnished room, literary tuition, heat,
fees for physician, nurse, gymnasium nnil library q 1 94 a yea; in the club .?"0 i
5 less. NVxt session opens Sept 4, !)07. For catalogue anil all infoi niation
Address R. T. VANN. President. Raleigh, N. C.
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
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we think we can please you as to lot,
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Splendid locution. HeaMi resort. Hot water heat Klet-trie lights and
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2l'! h Annual Session will liegiu on Sept. IHth, l'J07. For catalogue, address
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Capital Stock $30,000
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Symptoms. Sour stomach,
nasty taste in mouth, sick
headache, sallow complex
ion, the world your enemy.
CauSC. Constipation, inact
ive liver, ovenlow of bile
into the system.
Relief. Treatmmt for two
nights before retiring with
ANO TONIC PELLETS
One a night, don't worry, sleep
well and Nature'll do the rest.
Entire Treatment 23 Ctu
T. I, SSITK R. Prln.. Farmer, Si. C
f CHARLOTTE, N. C
1 Piedmont. Ins. Bid.
Are THE Best.
L. M. FOX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
otter, his professional service to the
citizens of Asliehorojand surrouiullug
eoneiuiiiitv. Offlces: At Pestilence-
Dr. J. V. HUNTER,
PHYSICIAN - AND - SURGEON
OffJce-Aslielx.ro Prog Co.
Residence -Come, of Main nud Worth
Asheboro, N. C.
Dr. S. A. HEJS'LLY,
Physician - and - Surgeon,
ASHEBORO . N C
Office over Spoon A Rcdiling's store nm r
Standard Ding Co.
DR. D. K. LOCKHART,
Asheboro, N. C.
ovkr thk'bank Hon p: S
Jewe er and
Asheboro. N. C.
Randleman, N. C.
CHAS. L. HOLTON.
ASHEBORO, . N. C.
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Srin! Kttention Kiveu to (.llection.s and th
I at-Mi.-mt-ui 01 esiaies. Ultice; .North
THAD. S. FEUREE,
Attorney At Law
ASHEBORO - - - N. C.
All matters attended to with care
j and promptness. Special atten
tion erven tn rnllfrHnna on4 -U
j settlement of estates.
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Your watch needs repairing,
Your sewing machine runs hard,
Your clock can't be depended on.
These will be made as good as
new if sent to me for repair.
I pay express or registered
mail charges one way.
Randolph Hdw. Store Bldg.,
Randleman, N. O.
S Bryant, President J. I.Cole, Cashier
Ba.nk of R.andlen8Ln.
Randleman, N. C.
On Time Deposits
Capital $ ( 2.000. Surplus, $5,000.
0 R COX, President. W J AKMFlKLiX V-Prea
W J ARMFIELD, Jr.. Cashier.
The Bank of Randolph,
-A-slie'bor, T. C.
Capital and Surplus,
Total Assets, ever
With ample aets, experience and protection
we Bolicit the business of the bunltinir public and
feel safe in saying we are prepared and wUllu
to extend to our customer), every facility a ad ao
joramodatiou consistent with safe banking.
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Morns, C C McAlister, E M Arrafteld, O R Oo.
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K Cupel, A M Rankin, Thoa H Redding. Dr F I
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