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BUYING OLD FIDDLES.
Many Fin Instruments Hava Bean
Piektd Up CHeap.
Great numbers of fine r.,1 v!d!1:is and
Ttoloucellus that come Into the Llg!
class market of Loudon are procured
through the medium of uderUseiaents
Inserted In obscure wintry pniKirs
and especially those of ancient cathe
dral cities. ,
Of coui-so few of the fiddle thus ob
tained are veritable masterpieces, but
a jrrent many of them are Cue exam
ples of early UnglisU and foreign nia!;
ers. and they are often bought for ri
diculously biuull prices by a p'oup of
zpertu. who have brought the busi
ness to a lucrative system. Many u
trugg'iug family or lov.g descent. In
some out of the way tft of the coun
try, happens to see In the o::e county
newspaper of the week (hat good
prices are K'ven for old Gddies, and
tome long forgotten Instrument in a
lumber room or put away on a shelf
suddenly conies to mind.
Correspondence follows. The dealer
ends a deposit In order that some fid
dle spohen of may be sent to lilui and
xamineJ. and he usually replies that
the instrument neat Is dilapidated nu-J
but eo-so generally, but that be Is will
ing to give CO shiil'uK or C'J for It. In
a great many cases the offer is ac
cepted offhand, and in this way most
if the finest liddHfe extant of the sec
ond class come into the bauds of deal
ers. Only lately a eelio that came
from a Shropshire f.:r::i at the price
of 2 sold the same day to a west
end dealer for nearly 100.
One of the most shrewd and respect
ed of all these dealers was until a
year or two ag a humble member of
the orchestra of a London suburban
theater. lie began to advertise in re
mote papers to the greatest limits of
his scanty wages and Is now one of
the most extensive and prosperous
dealers lu the trade. Ixuilu Tit-Hits
A SILLY TRAGEDY.
The Duel Between Tom Porter and
Gir Henry Bellasis.
Sou:e of the royalists who were
lorced to endure the Kug'lsli conimon
Tve:Uth seemed to console themselves
for the dullness of life under a P;ir'.:a:
government by fighting as many duels
: they could compass, so t!i;:t ignoble
KuabbUv and foolish plots make ;
the history of their days.
Tom Porter was of a family which
had zealously served the king. I'nder
tbo new g jveruuient Ids occupation was
gone, and he descended to a triviality
of life wliii h finally Involved him in a
most pathetic event. This was a duel
wbiih he fought with bis friend. Sir
Henry Iellasis. and which, soys I'epys
in bis "Diary,' is worth rcnjcmucrius
for "the silliness of the quarrel, a
kind of emblem of the general com
plexion of the whole kingdom."
But, silly as the quarrel undoubtedly
was, it carried in it an elen.ent of heart
break. The two young men involved wore
iutimate friends and companions, but
one day. "beiug merry la company,"
Tom rorter said he should like to see
the man ia England who would dare
giro him a blow. With that Sir Henry
Bellasis struck him a box on the ear.
The Inevitable duel followed, wherein
each was woun led. Sir Henry proved
to be seriously hurt, se he called Tor
ter, kissed and bade him fly.
"Fit," said he. "Tom, thou hast hurt
me, but I will make shift to stand upon
my legs till thou mayest withdraw, for
I would not have thee troubled for
what thou bast done."
Torter profited by bis friend's gener
osity and escaped to France. Sir Henry
died a few days later, and Pepys con
cludes. "It is pretty to see bow the
world do talk of them as a couple of
fools that killed oue another out of
i Spying on Bargain Gifts.
The engaged girl was found study
ing life In an auction room,
"I don't expect to buy anything," she
Bald, "but I want to see if anybody I
know buys anything. A lot of auc
tioneers are advertising that they have
on hand brle-a-brae and pictures and
odds and ends of furniture suitable
for wedding presents. That set rae to
wondering if any of my friends would
try to avail themselves of these auc
tion room bargains when buying pres
ents for me. I saw two girls here this
afternoon who have been Invited to
my wedding. One bought some kind
of a brass bowl, another a vase. They
(ot the things dirt cheap. I fancy they
are for me. If they are well, Just
iralt till those girls get married!"
New York Press.
When to Take Off the Sinker.
For angling in quiet, deep running
water more sinkers should lie placed
on the leader to keep It down from the
surface, but if angling in a quirk
running brook or river for chub, dace
or brook trout the float and sinkers
should be removed and the bait al
lowed to run In front of the angler
wherever it wills on the surface by
the action of the current, which takes
It naturally just as nature does their
general food. Louis Rhead in Outing
A Long Tumble Needed.
"They say that wheu a man Is fall
ing from a height he thinks of all his
I don't believe it"
V ny notr
"Some men would have to fall out of
balloon to get 'em all in.-' Cleveland
One Sexton Do you have matins at
your church? The Other No, we hare
llcloto. FJarper'a Weekly.
The father's virtue la the cbOd'a
beet inheritance. Chinese Frorerb.
Scheming to I 're vent Republican
ADVISERS OF ROOSEVELT
ALARMED ABOUT WALL
Want to I'.uiptj the I'. !. Treasury tor
the llentlil ul !cculaturs-.laj lug
I'ulillcs With the Ji.Ticat.ur).
Special Correspondence, Washing
ion, 1). U. Au-ubI lditi. As jhii
nits and ouoiiicas are lue&tnc.diu
mixed up hi the patent tune more
thuu ever before, it behooves
tl.oughtu.l men to kt-cp their cco
iijifu aiiil watch the uouijle g.tnic u.
U la being piuut!. Willi Uuii
dliejt in u luiutoii ulid the btwk
market tuning, and inouey m-ii
lol' legitimate blldliictu puipioie
hard to ubluin, it uucs hot luptnv
any guessing to suy th.iC there is it
gicaicr tiiiaiicial tmublv uhcud.
The building bourn is quieting do.wi
and railroad iiiipruveuun t are be
iug curtailed. Mo iar these indi
cations are mostly couliued to the
cities and fairly yood tunes pivvitu
ru the country districts. The wise
man looks ahead and prepares for
.my emergency that may te foicvd
upon him and ai. nil i v-nu s.-.yr.
'.lit of ucbi and nova tiv-t i.uy t xcp
what lie ubsohUcly tie, ds.
1 lie cunicivnce a da m- tv.o ;u'
at Ovstci Day ef ij- l'u.-H..!..
wiili (Secretary Taltuhd uihn u.i
s, rs, was to consider w li.u i;..m.: in
djne to prevent the SV'a I Mm-t .!.
tui bauce from becoming eiuhiin
and spreading all over the c. iiu ;
The continuation of tt.e iu -; . -jo.
.ni i iK-cissary for LU- salk.ii;--
vl the l.t publican puny, it ji.i
jiiiiwd its ail Oil i.'Ollt!!;li il j
' Wiiicli K ariuganlly ibciaro
due 'o i:s taiill' a d Ii:u.n ;i,ii
L-icj Mc.ikcoui), tiiiiclie, wnii, u
p.ot..ily l-iii.g jolnicai
Ills iij'oiuii u. at it was auivii! i
the toaieieuce that if it ticj 'lne.
i!e eetiiy tliat iecietary Collcl'vi'ii
sii.uld throw ojieu tin.- dooia of'iie
L'uit.'d States Tnasury, and tvci)
free (iollar that the vaults contain
sliniild be jilacid al the service o!
Hie At iv lurk banks. Wlirtlm
'lie golu reserve o 15(V'0l,0iJ0 if
aUo to be ireiichcd nj on, in imc oi
tmanciul disaster, is not kuowu, but
cvervtbing locs uh the proj.-.i.
Ktpublicau Adniinistiation to '.i;l
its political ends, theie is no lv.ison
to believe it will fear to ovt ride an
ic: of Congress, if that is ail then
is bttwetn business and l oiiui!
A iJLEAM OF LIGHT IN TIIK XOKTII.
The discussion in the Dcinocratii-
papers cf the ineiits of those men
tioiHU for the lit in iuation i'or :n i'ni-
dtiit, is being niest y eriitiuid to
the tjiiestiun of availability. Then-
appeals to be a general tu-iing th.d
cue democratic pariy is lacn g .:
lisis, taul uueof Hie cadiiiir 1 ). !:-
crats of the country to ine a ;e
days ago, aud unless it can unite en
candidates and u docs i,ol unfor:u-
aately setui able to uuite ou Mr.
l.iyau, and on u pbtfoim that will
be satisfactory to all who believe in
Democratic priuciples, it will meet
,vith tnotlier defeat that would
postpone tariff reform und trn.-t
carbing ftr another term of years.
u is unfortunate that the iaction.ii
feeling iu the Deaiocratic pany
led to great disorganization in .-omt-of
the States that must be carried
to win, and it is much to l-e regrett
ed that euTV northern state tln
wa3 in the Democ ah'c (o'ua:nis
no a- controlled by the Kcpnblicaiis.
A gltuui of litht 1 .as u;iieared in
.vi.iinesota, Oregou aud Kuck Island,
Hbich akhough all strongly le
publican have now elec:ed iX-ui-cratic
Governors, but those state,
ereu if their electoral vote could U
tarried, are not f-nongh with the
solid South to control the eleoiora:
cjlleire. Democrats must look tu
s ane of the States like JS'ew Yoik,
cw Jersey and Indiana to wii.
and ueither these or others wi;i
Uss declared Democratic synip.v
'hit-scan becairied uab-ss trie cau
dniatt-s and platform re geiierIli
ncoepluble. It is not pleasant t
have to admit these faeff', hut it i
ihsolu.ely ntces-aiy for the i)i uio
'-r.iiic voters everywhere to knoi
the truth aud then liy and get to
Cues lilood Poison, Cancer, L'lccr.
f'czema, Carbuncle, lite, Medicine
If vim have oHt'iisive iiiirplnr eruptions,
ulcer on uny fiut i;f tlie Ixxly, avliint; bunenor
cut, iuuiiik iiiur, imiiiii Luu-M.", ewoiion
xl.'iniN fkiii itches unci burn.", mm liur orK"'"".
o.tn.ii. fi-ru tiiik Kin. Mmiii. km '"K iaifii
Ihi'ii jnu miller from kvIou IikmhI jkii?jii or l. p
I'KiuViiiKH of dcailly canci r. luku Boiitnin
Bioon iiiiiiii di H B.) It kills tlic ih.ikmi iu Uiu
bUod. thereby KlviiiK a lieuliliy tlil mijijI m
the ulPictf il purl?, heals every Kin; or uli'i r. vcn
di-aoly cancer, Mii all acjics aim iiuiim ami re.
duct'i nil hKclliiiCT. hotulili: Blood Balm cures
ail malignant blood tniublo. Mich ns bcik-irii,
M-ubi and scale. tiimnHiS runniuK rfi. ui-
Iiuik'I.k, Mcroiula, rheumatiMK. cuiuirh, etu. Km
l cnU!y ilviil for all o!a'iiale ciiites. 1m
,irovi tt:ertlKeftiHii,etreiiitluna weak kl.tui ,
In '.iKKlhtcom- dollar. To I -wve It cures, na.Hple
tl Ul.od bulm aunt free aud pienaul by wriUng
Hloil Bulm Co.. Atlanta, Oa. Ue;ril e trouble
taa free medical aoviee tm scaieo tetter.
Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage
able; to keep it from being
too rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that wiil feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
will remain where it belongs
on .he head, not on the comb!
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold tor over sixty years."
byJ.C AT" Co.. LowU, Iw,
Al iwiyfiftturtM of
UVI O CHE8BY PECTORAL.
How Thit Wonderful and Destructive
Air Fury Is Formed.
To get an idea of a cyclone's forma
tion imagine a larye circular jan or
tub wl.h (juhe a large hole in the
middle uf the bottom. With this hole
t!ui:...'d. till the ves4Cl with water,
t'leu t:-.:w out the plus aud watch.
Thi -re i.. t'.r. l a rush of water from
all dire: ii:is toward the hole and a
t".r'.:.eu: elVort to get through; then
I'.-.t water surface above lie-ins ti
:.: i;l, the particles gradually
thci:;.i .::,.i'!ii.l aud around and rush-In;-,
en':- l' : '..-r. toward the center.
t I:i.- i 1' 'ic i.; actually a hollo-.v space
t ;r:v..,:h siu' (eiiler. around whh-h all
the un I i tJ'e tub is whlrlins tiln-;.:-!i'y
, ihe ri.ii. but with inure and
!.:;. e vi -e:,t i.-i; i.li'.y toward the inid
il!.' x.-v'.i ii r : ':( downward i li'uu.h
tLe !:; i. if llv.t waler wern
ai" . 1 I vvatehhiij a liMle
cyi I ; --ii .. '1 i:;-. Ide down, I . r ihe
r.'..- !: !;. upward Instend of down-
i'iv; 'ii- of eyelomw during l! e
i.: ::.:.!:. v.-hca the land a:1-!
: ::.': v ii itsr and h-.itier
!!; loader days than nights,
of air. hot. light aud full of
vapor, i for a time held down by
denser ah' above it. Restless, expand
ing, tumultuous, it moves alout like a
beast at bay until a thinner place lu
1 10 air above is fouud; then up It mad
ly n:;"hes, and into the vacuum left be
hind the low evatniosphere hastens from
all directions, pushing and twisting
end pnr.rlnji upward until It has fallen
I.:!o a !Y.,';i!ar spinning around a com
The cyclone, once formed, rushes
nway from the tropics toward the pole
an 1 begins its career of destruction.
brr.isinjr. wrocklns nnJ rhikins the
lut-Uloss ships which happen to be In
Its path. Move r.nd uiot'c of the sur-
rott'.td'.tix at'iiosp'.iere Is drawn Into the
whirl r.titil the stor.n ofleu covers an
area nearly l.00 mi!es In diameter.
'ntttetitues It. l!i:v;s ih'clf rpati our At-
lantie coast an.l tears ftereelv through
fore.-.t!-. l'.elus and t itles. Th. n. agalu.
It Fweep:; away across the broad ocean
and dashes itEc'.f r.prjti the co.if.ts of
Hurope. Once iu nwhile It f: adroitly
nvohla the lani that we never know it
has pastel until t-hips cotae iu torn
Cud broken. St. Nicholas.
Liberty Normal College.
Liberty, N. C.
fllf'lhx i f li'i- ll .MOOb Mll-I aCCOlllo'Ktl
t -1 - -i K:. p m . ic I to-' t I mi a mliii-
niuiu Tin- mi's' pa n -i i'.j (mic i-i'ien o!
our t.tn..'i,ii llcilthful 'ot' 1 1 - --ia The best
p ti-ililt- i. i i-t-. ii. t 1 ii '. library. Ki'-ry
int'. tc:v.MH-K" o!T:Td the M 11,1c II! foi
!i v 1. I e ' i'ci ,'cii:i",i. Wxi term
p.-i.N . :','. !!'C7 Writ., fur ciitah.'jf
t o- 'V ijn-k. . 1 1 , PrpM. ui.
i.'l.v J l-'civK. A. M.. ec V Trf-R.
Ibiv.ji- r.c. iv,.. l;, nr.. mmm'Iv of blunt,
'mil., Ii. c;',l at bi'l'ilin pri.rs ',f you
i-.iii' i l.i, In, s cii'ii !mi;.s, j..iir..Hl.. or
editiT-. lime lie diflicsl (.-i-.'il,- nt the
! w.-i !.Lii. - ''lu'it new lut n ('ainer'a
I. .i I',.,:'. , ,i. . ,!.-. hiiiL. c
1'in- ' U ' r tl, n , ' ('IntthalU is
. .'. i, . I. if, i.f liticr if r,i'.
it'iiii. who ':n liurn mi liie tllhff
M1'"'1. l!", w f'erefjrc in
i s 'i-,p, i, ,.-
( I ! n '. 1,1 ,1 Jcnrl'V 1 a-'v-u out flt-,
lie 'mi- i'i. ii , -ti i-i p-tl.'itw I HVll It 'Oh
"111. .' ii ''',,11 mill .. i-. W,.. 1,!1V.. all
.in Ii i' til" rival, I'nr e.idl'i'r cr '.enrs, nil
lie !j V ' j!, - AKle'tKtro llri.ir t n.
No appetite, loss oi strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
(sneral debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to Indigestion.
Kodol relieves Indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natural juices of diges
tion as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known lonio
and reconstructive properties. Kodol (or
dyspepsia does nol only relieve Indigestion
aad dycpepcla, but this famous remedy
helps all stomsch troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball, of Ravsnnraod, W, Vs.. air:
I una troubled with sour stomach for twentr fear.
Kodol cured me and we are now uaing It fa milk
, Kodol Digests What You Eat.
Bottle only. Rellevea Indltettlon, sour stomach,
belchlnt of cas, etc
Prepared by K. O. DeWITT It OO., OHICAOOw
"O "p "T23)
(Trlekly Ask, roke
uin poemys; onsss or
TbyaiciaoaeiulOTseF. P. P. as a splen
did combination, aad prescribe it with I
great sarlefarttoe. for ibe euns of all I
forma and ataeaa of Primary. Secondary I
aad TBrtlary BjrphiUa, 8rphUltle Rbea-
saatlam, Borofolona Ulcers and Bona, I
aiandularSwalUnga, fthanmaHrim, Kid-1
Bey Conplslnta. old Chroalo Ulcara that I
hare reaia tad in treatmsTit.Oatrrh, Bkln I
Diseases. Xcsbbs. Chranle female I
Complaint. Hercnrial PoSaoa, TUer, I
Bcslilhwd, eta, ete.
P. P. P. is a powerful tools and an I
excel! ant appiUxer. pnllillng ap the!
system rapidly. If you are weak and I
feeble, and feet badly try P. P. P and
K IH1 IS (U rvfl
I'rrparrt a nting nirn and ; iiir n for t'ollrr, l!iilvcrMy mill
l.iltln. vN. Mli.,l,,t l.irxtl.tii, -immI ni..ri. I niinuinuiiy, ICiikI h . ol
lce, lillilr tixl Vorm.il ruurft. ISir,-l nil vuolintcs in MiikIk biiH Art.
1111 .Iim ufaiiir unit rarrlr,trril icnlim. Tiiuinvrry low. Writrfur
Klin rulr ral. anil allirr lufuriiiallea. Ailil.ctia
Vmlt terui oidin Hr(j. 3. Itcv. N. V. l.AisSITK It, Prl .1., riirmrr, X. r
p The Baptist University for Women,
wi lii'.''i irriui" . l.cu f,ir women. 'I'liity fo ir oiilc'-m ami le.u lii" n . Diplomas
p jr vii in u.c 1 . . i -iu-es anil I'liil.is.ipl v. inn! in Millie, Ait. I'xpn ion hiiiI
Y H':-ii,i-.. F.M-i'l-!' eiiiimiii Tui-i.'."cliii,r aiil illiisiialiiu liie i-ici i" h. lis
W. -I'll',': .ii 'lie liiMe. l-'ull 1 niini.K -i Iiim.1. in fliiirji! i f :i ci'in'lent iu-
;. iii,..,,,. ',(. ijU'lllllillir oil, llli.licil -'r ; C.i.'lil 1 i t t i : ' fr lll'aiilur
N ' .'' ''": ..' . : ve fur A il ...-e fi.', sl;.-n ,..r f.,r p-.lilifM-lio.il
.' n I. 1 , f innsie, iih teli ii i'i l.i'i-., m il "'u- i: -in.i-ion in piiiuo.
vioi... .'i. !,, oj.li Coniliiri of snt'l.nM lui'-el after !iy 1 -i.Iy liytiein, ii
l.i I- e 1 iv i .;. "M.-,i iimfroil Uii 't i. f ill i . il i i. 'i cViii li.ilinii. bc.it. t
t'4 ' ' ' '"-'. P.Miinii-ii in ami iil'iaiv I? It.) a mm; im U- cliib $,'(! to H
A f o tc-t-. vi ,n ..k-ih e.t I. I'.li'T. ii r c i':i! l;i " a: ! nil inro iiMlion il
i a.'..:i.' - R. T. l-'A'iT. rrcsUcnt. Uak'iJ. N. C. g
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proT-ositioti. in or near A iheboro.
we think we can please yen 83 to lot,
prices and terms. 0ft.ee in Bank 15'ldV.
Real FstaJe Deivlerr.
'"e ii!ro liamlle .1. 1. Nkhi'ii Wapoiii. .lolni'-ti'ii llai veslinp SliM'hillery,
MoiveM, Sii'ven, Km Mi'l Kopi!ie, ail I iifis of l'lufluure.
Lewis-Winrlow Hardware Company. 5
That is why "THE FARM MONEY MAKER" has thousands
of its subscribers in the South. That prosperous section is now
awake to it- enormous possibilities. Every farmer, fruit grower
or live stock man in the Great South should be a reader of
arm Money Maker.
Wb nro mntiniTa srwvJnl rtfTpr to farmers in tiip Snut.Vipm Rtntps.
Cut out this advertisement and send it to us w ith 25 cents (just one
half our regular price) and we will send you Farm Money Maker
lor one year, or man us &u cents
Do it today. Address
That we are agents for the GEI5ER PEERLESS
TRACTION ENGINE and SEPARATOR. Also A. B.
Ftuquhar line. If interested, call to see or write
SAW FRILLS, MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
Frrnn le fnmllent Farmera' Pray Mill to tlm Irpesl Made. From f 150 up. Com
pletp ciitlitH. Kverytliine lor the Saw Mill or woodnoikinp; plant, Sbingle and Lath
Mills, Com anil Keeil MiUa, Wood Saws. Saws, fSwiiprs, Wtio lrela, Saw Guidea, eltinp.
Pulleys, Shaftinii, llnngert, cotea, F-lc. T Guarantee to Pleaf you; Writ today. Be
Htireio Htate ful'y j'jxt what ia v-anted. F.tie Ecgines and oilers, all nizes aad atylea.
BliHg: and llaaidllua;
VOBHB AND STAGES OF
I yon will ngaia ileab and
Waste of energy and all dieeaaas raraUSajf
from overtaxing the system areennds;
Iradlea whose fystemaaipolsmedaBal
I whoee blood la in an Impure oondltioadia?
I to menstrual irregularities ar peouliarsf
I benefited by the wonderful tonlo sxaf
I blood eleansing properties of P. P.E,
Prickly Aan. Poke Root and Fotaasism
Sold by all Druggist.
F. V. LIPPMAN
Savannah. - Ca.
Are THE Best.
ana you win receive it ior 6 years.
FARM MONEY MAKER, Cincinnati, Ohio.
V. H. DeLoach. Norfolk. Va.
L. IY1. FOX, M. D.
Oflern bit. ;iro(ejouaJ aenriee to the
cltizenH oi AQebor Jand surrouudliix
nunuiuultv. OfDctK: At Hesideuoe'
Dr. J. V. HUNTER,
PHYSICIAN . AND . SURGEON
Office Ashoboro Drug Co.
Kueldence Cornei of Main aud Wortla
Aeheboro, N. O.
Dr. S. A. HENLLY,
Physician - and - Surgeon.
ASHEBORO , N C
Office over Spoon 4 lledding'a Btorei near
t-tanilunl Inig ('o.
DR. D. K. LOCKHART,
Asheboro, N. O.
ovek THii hank
hours 9"- ra Ut 1 P-m
I am now in my offlee prepared to paotioe
dciu'-try in ii vaiiouii lirai.i lnx.
Jewe er and
Asheboro. N. C.
W. R. NEALi
' Randleman, N. C.
CHAS. L. HOLTON,
ASHEBORO, - N. C.
I'n.eiii'O in botli Stale nml I ViIi ral rnurln
SX't-ii! ntif ;iiu,r ivei; ni rolliH'tiona an ! lli
sellleiiiiMt. of -cstutes. tli'.lii; jiU ijt
THAD. S. FEU.KEE,
Attorney At La.w
ASHEBORO - - - N. C.
All matters attended to with care
and promptness. Special atten
tion given to collections anJ the
settlement of estates.
This is the watchword of
Your watch needs repairing.
Your sewing machine runs hard.
Your clock can't be depended on.
These will be made as crood as
new if sent to me for repair.
I pay express or registered
mail charges one way.
Randolph Hdw. Store Bldg.,
uanaieman, in. U,
S Bryant, President J. B.Cole, Cashier
Btviik of Randleman,
Randleman, N. C.
On Time Deposits
Capital $12,000. Surplus, $5,000.
O K COX. PresideDt. W J Ail II FIELD, V-PiM
W J A KM FIELD, Jr.. Cashier.
Tho Bank of Randolph,
Capital and Surplus,
Total Assets, ever.
With ample ametn. experlenee anl pmteotloa
we wilieit tku bUHliiess of the bankiiin public and
fuelwilclriMtyliiKwe are prcjioml and wlllto;
to extei.d to our rcxUimeri every facility and ao
jomiiiiidctliiu nunu-Veut with safe banking.
Hngb Parka. 8r W J Armfleld.W P Wood, F H
MorrfB, C C MeAliKter, K M Anofleld, O R Cox,
W F Reddiufr, Heul Mnffltt, Thne J KeddkiR, A W
K I'aiwl. A M Kaukiu, TImm H Keddiug, In V