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Raleigh, North Carolina
A BANK’S FIRST DUTY
I* to ite depositors. Ths business of this
bank is conducted on this basis, which is, in
truth SECURITY AND CONSERVATISM.
Safety is considered befo.w profits.
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Laorinburg, N. C.
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The bill of Representative
allow on annual tom of tho
oorurt at Ashevtlla par loti tho
unanimously. Mr., Britt
will bo made a law aooa after It i
to tho Be—ts
Alvah Taylor has appelated pej
master at Sea Level in Carteret Col
ty vice Marvin A. Taylor, reaim
Rural delivery routes have bean
'nbllahed from Bear Creek, N. C.,!
Morrisville, B. C.
Judge R. B. Peebles, for year* oT
of the loading figures of the Superk
Court bench in North Carolina, dir
Wodnaeday in a hoepital in Norfoi
Va., where he had boon under taeJ
meat for eevernl weeks. The bot
wee taken to hia home in Jacked
Northampton county, for burial.
County Agent H. B. Maak plane j
taka a largo number of Catawba fa)
men to the State Teat. Farm la Id
dell County. July JU, when the conn
■geata tram all the counties in tlJF
western part of the State will rathe*)
It is expected that 600 farmavs «ril$
attend end it ia certain that a large'
delegation will go from this county.
The WUmington to Wedeebere to
Charlotte highway ia already neared
aad people are aew warming up te the
Pinehuret rout* from here by way of
Smith's ferry. There is already aa<
excellent road from Wades bore t
8ocnr of the fatmora In Stanlf
Coaaty have as much aa 100 acres ia
clover sod. Over 110,000 worth at
•lovar Med was aold by the farmers
at the county I set year and the yield
Is Increasing rapidly. There art
about tOO boys ia the 1910 Beys’ Cera
Club. Pig clubs are being (armed end
e large cumber of full-brad pigs era
being diatribe tad to ell parts at the
county. Farmer* are baying the full
bred Jersey*, Ilolataina and other
Professor Thomas Wilson Ling la, of
Davidson Collage, stepped over in
Washington an route te Cornell Uni
versity, where be will fill the Carnegie
choir on “Relation* Between North
and South American Countries” for
the a tanner course. Dr. Ungta is ss
authority on South A merles, haring
bred there several years, snd hsa
msde sn extensive study of trade con
dition* between that country sad
Glendon, Is Moore county, seam*
destined to attain s place of ccosid
erable prominence ia the commercial
worid. judging from U>*
an infant Industry, that of3n-|
lac tale or talcum. This valuable'
product it obtained hare in very large j
quantities and many tana of the white
powder are shipped out of than
month by month on the Norfolk-'
The term of Prof. Wallace Riddick
ae preaident of the A. and if. College
commences, (la takas over the nine*
of government of the institution as I
aucceaaor to Dr. D. H. H1U, whs ieJ
signed that ke might accept a com-j
mission as historian of North Ckre
lina'e port in the War Between the
®tntaa. Preaident Riddick was aaao* I
dated with Dr. Hill during the whole!
of the letter's term aa president and1
it is believed that his policies will not!
differ materially from thou by which
Dr. Hill has so successfully guided the1
affairs of the institution. I
Monroe reverted to the old form of ■
democratic government when the dti
**"* at the town etierabUd at the
court house and discussed street im
provement. It was like the old time
meetings that were held just prior
and a few peats after the Rerohsdan
arp War, when all ef the dtlseiu ted
■ voice in the proceedings. The Tues
day evening gathering was typical of
that dkp, aa many short talks wsse
mado bp local etUsoao. which will ga
far towards shaping tha course at tha
gr10 •tp**t **•
Brig. Qea. Laurence W. Young and
Col. i. T. Gardner, with detachments
frcm Company B. Raleigh, and Com
P~>y F. FrankUnt^n, North Carolina
National Guard, returned this after
noon from Scow Hill, Greene county,
where they went to escort Will Black,
1« years old, who was In a few abort
hoars dolp tried, convicted sad sent
•need to be electrocuted July 21 for
criminal aaaaalt on a sir-year-old
white child aoar Farm rills, lad March
They reported a quiet and unevaatfnl
The directors of the High Point,
Rend Ionian and Astetere Railroad
met in High Point ona dap last weak
and decided that after July 1, they
would operate the road independently.
For many years tte rend has basn op
the Southern, which own
controlling Interest in the branch. The
vice-president ef tte Southern, H. W.
Millar, of Atlanta, la president of dm
Asheboro rood, and R. H. Copeland,
gmmrnl manager of the Southern, la
gaternl manager ef tha Asheboro
rote. The beard ef directors la earn
poate af the following: S. Khrood
Oox, R. F. Dalton, /. W. Harris, F. M.
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p wp;uU- Morr“’w-p Wood
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* *nd D M. Balia, of R,n
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Sa i It'Upr“,l“CT OVwr
*• f werid la the amount af internal
I**' for tefcaeee The Aruiw
ovg? tht preceding year. end
^Wn 100 per ecnt la the
? D*put* Collector N.
Uet^Traaford reported that the colw.
**■ *F*JOT ***• “k** •* June were
tka-LMl.Mh.il. The total ~,i
»• Wr war* *U,700,M1 M Lost
** eolUetion. totalod *7,128.
afcing aa iacrooao far this
***• pr**din« year „f *4,.
»d lagitUthre primary far
nomination of one of
Waka County member* of the
“* *Jw« Bryant H. Pate
**ot ta M «f the U products,
with 288 for K. p. Johnson,
werar, declined to eat,, the
on the ground that he had al
nominated in the fine pri
primary waa by ardor of
Boaid of Elections, bat thorn
to bo hoard July
•••W** to restrain
of •lections from
*• PH»ary process.
Wtaly te be in the court*
with tho fight extending
*■ Carlton, one of
widely known aa a Con. 1
had boon In n!
>tr»ka of paralyala.
servfc* took fetace today,
by tho pastor of tho de
Chas. K. Raynal, of tho
•f this county, I
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TV doctors odd I bad cow*
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tad am to-day as well as aoy
Draught la a general, cathartic
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