PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN.
$1.00 Per Tear.
ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19' 190 J.
Mrs. Fred Unra.th,
President Country lnl), Rcsilon
Harbor, MK U.
"After my flnt baby on born I did not
teem to regain my strength although the
doctor gave me a tonic whiih he consid
ered very MJperior, but Instead c getting
better I grew weaker every day. My hus
band Insisted that I take Wine of tardus
for week and sec whit It would do for
me. I did take the medicine and was very
grateful to find my strength and health
slowly returning. In two weeks I was out
of bed and In a month I was able to take
up my usual duties. I am very tnthusl.
astlc In its praise."
Wine of Cardui reinforccfi the organs
of generation for the ordeal of preg
nancy and childbirth. It prevent mis
carriage. No woman who takes Wine
of Cardui need fear the coming of her
child. If Mrs. Unrath had taken
Wine of Cardui before lur baby came
she would not have been weakened a
she was. Her rapid recovery fthould
commend this great remedy to every
expectant mother. Wine of Cardui
regulates the menstrual flow.
BRITTAIN & GREGSON,
Asheboro, - North Carolina.
Practice in ths courts of Kimdolph
and adjoining counties; in Stiite
mill Federal Cuttrtd. Prompt ttt
tciition to business of nil kinds.
HAMMER & SPENCE,
Attorneys - at - Lav,
Aaboboro, N. C
North of Court Hourp.)
Practice in a 1 the courts.
Attorney - at - Law,
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Practice in all 'lie courts.
Special attention given to scltU-uit'
e-Ot't'icp. NkmiC'oliit HorsK
Three Times the
Value of Any
Orte-Third Easier. " v
v One-Third Faster.
Agents wanted in all unoccupied
Wheeler & Wilson Mafg. Co.,
For mile by MOFFITT & CO
Aalieboio, N. V.
5. Brvant. President J. U. Cole. Cashier
Ba.nk of R.andlem.n
Uandleman N. C.
Protection to depositors,
-S. U. Ncwlin, A. N.
Bulla, V. T. Bryant, C L. Limlsey,
N. N. Newlin, J" H. t'ole, S. Biyant
H O tarki rimd V K iluHseii.
Bast for tha " Sunny South,"
because the;- ere) specially (rrown
nd selects 1 vulhafuil knowledge
of the conditions and require
menta of the Kouih. Tweniy-tive
years) experience and practical
growing or all the ditferent veeo
tablcs enablea na to know thevery
beat, and to olftr f-.-eds that will
give pleasure, sittisfuctio and
profit to ail who pif-nt them.
Wood's Hew Saed Book for 1903
(Mailed on request) is full of good
things, and gives t tie moat reliable
Information about all seeds, both
for the r arm and Uarden,
T.W.WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, Kiimoad, Vu
g StKD BOOS aim
tut QraM and Clavu S
SJm Potato. ao4 aii
Writ tor fid Bool and pries el any
Our Raleigh Letter.
Special Cor. The Courier,
Naleigh, N. C, Febriiury 16. The
question of child labor legislation is
practically settled and the "compro
mise bill" will probably become a
law this week. Tlve mill owners
changed their tactics at the second
hearing before the committee, and,
instead of "lighting unyltml all legis
lation on the subject," they agreed
to recede from that position and to
assist the committee m framing a
"just and satisfactory" law.
As soon as they manifested tins
spirit, and got down oft their "high
horse," the committee gladly joined
hands with them (for there is no de
sire on the part of any of them to
cripple or injure the cotton manu
facturing industry in any way) and
a mild compromise measure is the
If passed by both branches of th
General Assembly i.s recommended
bv the majority ot the commute
which is probable, the law will not
go into etleet till January I, l'Jvi.
The bill simply provides that chil
dren of cilh-r sex under twelv
years of nge shall not be employed in
any nuuiul'in-LuriiiLr establishment at
any time, and no exception is mad
1 bat not exceeding sixty-six (fib)
hours shall constitute a weeks work
for all and no operative will . be ill
lowed to work longer, except in re
pairing b-cak-dow lis engineers, lire-
men, macliiiii-ts, section or yard men,
watchmen, superintendents and ollice
men, excepted. J hat a statement in
writing gi ing age of children em
ployed shall be furnished employer
by parents or guardians, and if false-
r stated a penalty not exceeding
100 is provided. That is all.
Nothing said about employment of
children of twelve years and up at
night, and no word aiientcompiilfory
xliieatlon. the absence ol these
features makes the bill unsatisfac
tory to many, and an effort to amend
it will be made in open session ol
House and Senate.
he law ratified bv the Ninth
Carolina Legislature last week eliini-
tes children under t-n this war,
thosi miller eleven next year mid
those under twelve after January 1,
Already the cotton manufacturers
called" upon to oppose another
proposed law attecting tneir industry.
Senatoi (lilliani of Kdgeeouibe has
introduced a bill to extend the "fellow-servants"
law (now applicable to
ra.lroad employees only, ill this
State) to cotton mill operatives
making the owners of mills liable in
lamagis, through suit in. court, for
injuries Received ny operatives
through the incompetency or in-li
ne oi tellow-emplovees in nulls.
1'he li'iuor ipiestiou is having its
innings now. 1 lie debate hegan in
the House hi -t l udav, and the lirst
was held Friday night
for a continuation of the debate
he Watts bill being under consider-,
lion with a favorable report. The
eiiate committee on the same day j
reported I lie l.omion Dill lavoraoiy,
Iter amending it in several respects,
but so as to materially attect Its text
r interfere with its chief aim and
pc ration, fine of these amendments
provides that parties applying nr u-
sell liquor shall secure the
iiauies ot one-third ( i-J) oi me re-
'islcrcd voters to their petitions, in
tend of a majority Another amend
ment cuts down the population of
towns in w hich liquor may be manu
factured from l,(i()f to Sim), and in
towns where it shall not be sold at
from 500 to 300. Another
amendment makes the law effective
July 1, 1003.
I lie revenue lull Having ueen re
ported by the joints committee on
h malice, the legislating win litis
week begin to tackle that biennial
puzzle. Hut there will be nothing
like as big a light over it us mere
was two years ago. Among me
hansres already agreed to in commit
tee are those reducing license feo of
druggists selling liquor on prescrip
tion from $50 to $25; that requiring
retail liquor dealers to pay a Mate
tax of $150 every six months, and
those selling in live gallons or more.
M0 each six months; dealers in
malt linnora exolnoirolv, tf"Os thui.
levying a graduated tax of $35 to
;iiu on wnisny uimiiiciich, nan inai
requiring dispensaries to pay a
privilege tax of two (2) per cent, on
It is likely that the proposition U
issue aomciuinir hkc a iiuis. iiuuiuu
dollars worth of new State bonds will
l'o throiisli bv sheer neecssity.
are in a tinancial hole, certainly, and
a bond issue seems to bo the only
available means ot extricating our
selves. And, then we are not bad
ly in debt on account of outstanding
bonds, and our credit is very good in
Wall street in proof of that titer.
The bill establishing two terms of
the Federal District Court tit Wilkes-
boro has passed both branees of Con
irresa and is now a law.
Congressman " joo" C'annoii,"fath
er" of the House and to-be ecaker
of the next Congress, has been invit
ed to visit the scenes of his birth and
earlv boyhood days.iu Guilford couie
ty in Octolicr, on the occasion of the
reunion of native non-resident JSorth
Carolinians at Greensboro in Octo
ber, and he will probably attend
"Uncle Joe" Cannon has represented
an Illinois district in Congress for
almost a generation.
It looks like we are to have anoth
or "Code Commission" and it ii
The. board of Aldermen, of Raleigh
has adopted resolutions asking the
Legislature to extend the corpoiate
limits of tins city, and a eomiinuei
competed of five aldeinien, inclu
inir Tour corresDondent. has been up-
pointed to engineer me application
through the fieneral Assembly. We
will add several thousand to Ihecity'i
population thereby. The corporate
limits of llulcigli have not been
changed since lK5(i not a foot of
territory added to the city limits in
47 years: And tins, too, wluli
thousands are living in some of the
iinest and best dwellings just outside
the boundary doing business in
ltaleigh, receiving nearly all tin
city s advantages of water, lights.
etc., but not paying a cent of city
The Senate on Saturday passed a
bill to abolish the special committee
to examine the public institutions ot
the Mate, created by the last fieneral
Assembly, and it will probably pass
the House also tins week.
The bill designed to induce a bet
ter attendance of children in the
public echools (substitute bill of
committee) will come tip in the Sen
ate W ednesdav of tins week as a
The investigation of charges of
cruelty to penitentiary convicts, now
in progress, stems to support the
charges in some respects, especially
on the match to Marion by the inhu
manity and abuse by guards. The
report will be made this week.
Fire in Wilmington, N.C
The fire which bloke out in one of
the linest business blocks in Wil
mington at 2:30 o'clock on the morn
of Feb. 1 1 th, destroyed one of
tile huest business blocks in Wil
mington. It originated in the base
ment of A. D. Brown's dress goods
store, the insurance being about
A. 1). Brow n's loss is total. His
stock was valued at between $30,000
and .Jo.ODO. He carried about S2V
000 insurance. 1 he building, own
l by .it is. l-.lizalietli oilers, was
valued at .lii,000. Insurance, $5,'
000. Damage about S8.000.
A. David, clothier, next door:
aniage by smoke and water about
I.ihio; covered by insurance.
Consolidated Kail ways, Ughts and
rower Company; loss by water $ 1,000;
Hugh, Mcltae "& Co., hunkers, in the
Me line building, next door; slight
lamage by smoke.
The Mcllae building, occupied by
Loiisoiuiatcd Kailwnvs, laghw and
er Company and Hugh Mcliae
& Co.; damage by smoke and water
The lire department left the burn
d building al S o'clock a. m.
The Second $100,000.
State Superin:eiident of Public
struction J. V. Jovner has sent
tut the following letter to county
"Dear Sirs: I am instructed by
the State Board of Education to no
tify you that the second hundred
thousand dollars appropriated for a
months school term under chap
ter 543, Laws of 11101, is neither m
land or m sight and that it is nu
mssible to tell whether it will be
vailable at all. It is hoped and be
ieved that the Legislature will make
oine provision for securing this mon
y. Vou may rest assured that 1
hall do all in my power to get it for
our schools as soon as possible.
Miould the entire one hundred
thousand dollars, however, be availa-
le later, the aggregate amount of
the applications for uid this year is
so largely in excess of this sum that
probably not more than two-thirds
of the amounts requested in these ap
plications could be paid.
" 1 he applications troni some coun
ties are so much out of proportion to
those from other counties whose
claims to aid seem equally nurritorious
that, even if the entire second hun
dred thousand dollars should be in
hand later, the State Board of Edu
cation w ill be compelled to exercise
ts authority and reduce the amounts
that seem excessive and apportion
the fund among the counties entitled
to mil with due regard to justice and
equity and the rights of all."
A Mental Anguish Verdict in Guil
T. A. lluufar some time aL'osued
the Western Union T elegrapu e.
rmny in Onilford Superior Court for
damages for failure to deliver a tele-
rant addressed to him trout lireens-
boro to Kinstoii, announcing the
death of a relative. At a former
trial he recovered judgment for $450.
The company appealed and the
supremo court ordered a new trial
Last week the case was tried in the
superior court and the jury returned
a verdict for 150 together with the
expenses of SI 8.50 incurred by the
plaintiff, and costs.
Trusts Deny Opportunity,
Hon. W. W. Kitchin in Congress.
It intimidates the energetic; it
shuts the doors of opportunity to the
young man. In mv district twenty
years ago new tobacco factories were
ptarted; no men now dare to begin
manufacturing tobacco. Had the
tobacco trust been in contiol thirty
years ago as it is now, probably we
"wmil,! nut know the names of the
great tobacco magnates of Ioday.
Had the Standard Oil Company ex
isted forty years ago, probably we
would not know the name of liocke
feller. The great trust magnate laid
the foundations of theii fortunes
under fair competition, than organ
ized trusts and deny opportunities to
all who have no special pull with
If you have ratnrrh, rheumatism,
kidney trouble, or any disease caused
bv impurities in the blood, take
Klieuimu-ide. This wonderful renr
edy destioys the root of the diseaso.
Put My Little Shoes Away.
Mother dear, co-'c bathe my forehead;
For I'm growing very weak;
Mother, let one drop of water
Fall upon my burning check,
Tell my loving little schoolmates
That I nevermore will play,
Give them u'l my toys, but mother
l'ut my little shoes away.
Santa Clans, he gave them to me
With a lot of other things;
And I think he brought an angel,
With a pair of golden wings,
Mother, I will be an angel
By erhaps, another day;
So you will then dearest mother
rut my little shoes away.
Soon the baby will be larger,
Then they'll lit his little feet;
And he'll look so nice and cunning
When ho walks upon the street.
Now I'm getting tired mother,
Soon I'll say to all good-day,
Please remember what I toll you,
l'ut my little shoes away.
I am going to leave you mother,
So remember what I say;
Oh, do it, please, dear mother,
rut my little shoes away.
Letter from Mr- Lucas Calling; At
tention to Defects in School Law.
It is a constitutional right the
people have to make known to the
legislature their needs and wishes,
by petition, or otherwise, through
their Keprcsentatives, whoarc Iplodg-
cd to serve them faithfully. All
who are interested in better laws,
better government and the general
prosperity of their country should
obser?e this time honored custom.
Two special laws should be en
acted at this session of the Legisla-
tuieand the constitution amended
so that each race may be made de
pendent upon its own resources tor
educational purposes. Wo are in
sore need of a tree school law and a
dog law. Something similar to those
of Indiana would suit our condi
tion. There every owner of a dog is
taxed one dollar and the tax increas
ed one dollar in arithmetical pro
gression from one up. All sheep
destroyed by dogs are paid for out of
the dog fund. Their free school
system is an exemplary ouo, based
on kuowledgo operated by intelli
gence, one that tho rural people ap
preciate and esteem, a pride to the
State and honoring to the cause.
Their law provides for only one
supervisor for each township which
are as great in wealth and popula
tion as some of our counties, lie is
lee ted by the voters of his township
and styled tho Township Trustee.
Ho has exclusive control of the
schools of his township. A bond is
requited of him for faithful dis
charge of duty for which he is rea
sonably compensated. Here in the
thinly settled townships ill North
Carolina we have a remarkable sys
tem one that has been changed from
bad tj worse every two yearsjfor thirty
years. The last change is so novel
in its application that the system
can now be expanded or contracted
to include all who want to serve us
schojl officers. From three to twenty
of tho illbred illiterate and near
sighted ones are usually appointed
to conduct ihe schools of each town
ship who do business in a sloven
slipshod and rundown manner, re
sulting in poor schools, poor teachers,
poor attendance, bad government, a
discontented and indisposed peopl".
such is some of the lamentable re
sults which are evidences of a work
leranged and languishing system.
Such a policy is dishonoring and
hampering the cause. It rellccts no
honor or credit on the State, but it
shows that the subordinate power of
the State has been indulging in tad
faith. There has lieen for a quarler
of a century a statute making it the
duty of the State Superintendent ot
t'lulic Instructions to correspond
with leading educators in other stales
and to investigate the system of
pun I ic scnooi8 estauiisneu in oiuer
States and as far as practicable ren
der the results ot educational efforts
and experiences available for the in
formation and aid of the legislature
and St to Board of Education.
Why hits these special injunctions
been snwa i. , onr states
men. Thcro is wanting a lack oi
fidelity and stability on their part.
Unless some reforming along- tlu se
lines is done there will be trouble in
tho camp. This contaminated bys
tem is fast losing friends. It is con
demned by two thirds of tho people.
The powers that be are much wor
ried with such procedure., it some
legislative measures of conciliatM.u
is not effected it will be but a ques
tion of time when the supremo pow
er of the State will enter its sofcu.n
protest. Were out Rcprescntat.iv.ji
and State officials as ready and will
ing to formulate a simple substantial
and effective school system as they
are to devise schemes and plans to
perpetuate themselves in office we
would have long since nan scnooi
system surpassed by no Shite in tids
Mr. Gregory After Safe-Crackers.
Mr. II. T. Gregory, post ofllee in
spector from Washington, was here
I'bnrs.lnv and Friday looking niler
the sunoosed crooks who are held in
jail here awaiting trial. Mr. Gregory
eels sure that these are tne men .in
ohlied the nost ofllee at Grpers. S.
' and the bank at Mocksville. He
had Mr. Hale to go down to the ; J
y take a picture ot the sate cracKtia,
hn ,l,h,ir ..v,.rrthmff in
their power to keep from being f.1.0
tnirruohed. Mr. (IreuorT la tha da
ted ive who caught Newly, thi Cn!n
'fraiider, who is serving wm Ttn
the penitentiary. Monroe jour
The Old North State.
Troy is talking graded school
Lexington is to have au ice facto'
Rockingham county will vote a
large bond issue tor good roads.
John Froth, of North Carolina,
shot and killed two men in iV . V a.
Feb. 11th over a woman.
John Arrington, of Beaufort, met
with death in a railroad wreck in
W. Va. last week.
The North Corolina Millets As
sociation with about 100 members
met in Salisbury yesterday in annual
The small pox situation in Salis
bury is not now viewed with alarm
as w the case ten days ago. There
are about 40 still in the pest home
At Kinston last week, Walter
Houston, alias Hunter, colored, was
shot and killed while resisting arrest
Senator-elect Lee S. Overman has
appointed Mr. Fred L. Carr, repre
sentative from Gieen county in the
Legislature, Ins private secretary.
Mi. W. .1. Brent and Mr. C.
Nash are operating Abbott's Creek
Gold & Copper Mine in Silver Hill
township, Haviitson county.
C. C. Dave, of Ccntreville, wus
found daul near the railroad track
H miles from Winston Feb. 13th
Dave was intoxicated and whili
walking along the railroad track was
strnck by a passing train.
Montgomeiy is to have a new $20,
000 court hocse. Fifteen year 4 per
cent, bonds arc to be issued to build
it, A bill authorizing their issue has
been passed in the Legislature.
Tho Examiner says that theie is
talk of another cotton mill at lroy
and that soveral persons have offered
to take stock. There arc now two
large cotton mills atTioy.
Dr E Rose Dorsett, of Salisbury,
has recovered his ancient and valua
ble violin for w hich lie would not
have taken $1000. It was stolen
with other articles from his residence
The freight steamer, Chits. M.
Whitloek, owned and operated by
Capt. Klli.s Sherman, of Wilmington,
foundered and sunk 4 miles above
Point Caswell on Black River one
day I:st week. She was loaded with
shingles and rosin, most of which
The dyj house, boiler room, drug
room and yarn room of the Altama
haw Cotton Mills, owned by Banks
Holt. Iowrence Holt and others and
situated near Burlington, were de
stroyed by lire Feb. 11th. The loss
is fullv covered bv insurance. Cause
of the tire is unknown.
At Forsvthe Superior court lust
week .1 ml ire Shnw continued the as
sault case of N. Glenn Williams and
District Attorney Ho! ton. on the
(rronnds that he had discussed the
ctse with parties connected with it,
thi.iking e would not hold sau.
K W Smith succeeds postmaster
Mullen, of Charlotte, N. C. J F
Newell, a Charlotte lawyer was a
candidate for the position, but he
lacked local support. It is charged
tleil he has been using his influence
for a momentary consideration with
the administration in behalf of
others in aiding thsiu to get posi
The matter of feed is of
tremendous importance to the
farmer. Wrong feeding is
loss. Right feeding is profit.
The up-to-date farmer knows
,,.Vn (aA U! .- - o
the most milk, his pigs ,tc get
the most pork, his hens to
get the most eggs. Science.
But how about the children?
Are they fed according to
science, a bone food if bones
arc soft and undeveloped, a
flesh and muscle food if they
are thin and weak and a blood
food if there is anemia ?
Scott's Emulsion is a mixed
food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it
makes flesh, blood and muscle,
the Lime and Soda make bone
and brain. It is the standard
scientific food (or delicate
SM for frttt
SU mm ant IMS atslwa as
tk taw al a btal fa
yif ii al mf Wtt al
Child Labor Bill
The bill as finally agreed iqwiii
and consented to by the cotton mills
is ns follows:
The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact:
Section 1. That no child under
twelve years of age shall be employ
ed in any factory or manufacturing
establishment in the State.
Sec. 2. That not exceeding ffty
si.v. hours shall constitute a week's
work in all factories and manufactur
ing establishments of this State, and
no person shall be required or allow
ed to work in such factories r estab
lishment for a longer period than
sixty-six hours in ohe week, provided
that the section shall not apply to
engineers, firemen, machinist, super
intendents, overseers, section or yard
hands, office men, watchmen, or per
sons engaged in repairing break
Sec. 3. Any person or persons
standing sa local parent, in hiring
their children shall furnish to the
employer a statement in writing of
the age ot such children. Any such
parent or ierson acting as parent
who shall misstate the age of such
child or children shall lie guilty of a
misdemeanor. Any mill owner, or
nierator, or tierson employing lulior
for any manufacturing establishment
who shall knowingly violate any sec
tion of this act shall he guilty of a
misdemeanor and iiihiii conviction
shall I lined not exceeding $100.
if. 5. Tins act shall he in force
and effect after January 1st, 1!I04.
ilns bill is a roUii.roiiiise measure
and provides foe no chi'dreii under
age of twelve year to w.nk in mills.
Wrote Will on Her Back.'
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 9. Mrs.
IIenry(i. Davis, whodi.il from ex
citement yesterday in Shades Creek,
near Hessemer, wro' !u r will on the
back of hei daughter, M rs. Dismtikes
shortly before she expired, and the
win will be admitted to probate in
due season, as her grandson and
laughter, Mrs. Ilismukca, were wit
nesses to the instrument.
With her grandson and daughter
Mrs. Davis was iittcmpthij: to cross
Shades Creek in a one-horse wagon, j
1 lie stream was high and the horse
was drowned. The lemaiuderof the
party drifted down stream on the
bile in ttin precarious position
Mrs. Davis wrote her will on the
back of her daughter and then died
from excitement attending the ad
venture. The remainder of the
party were finally rescued.
Work vs. Wit.
New Salem, N. C, Jan. 25, '03.
We must work with hands, means,
souls or minds. There is no word
in the Knglish language that has a
greater meaning, for everything on
earth or in heaven that is good we
must obtain by striving lor or work.
There was nothing made without
work, for God in the beginning cre
ated the heavens and the earth by
six day's work. Work and beautify:
and how great is the change ni six
thousand years!' Kingdom after
kingdom has arisen and fallen, still
beheld the inhabited globe and the
great cites of the whoTd universe and
the vast nu,d beautiful tields of grow-
ng gram, and the great vessels upon
the bosom of the mighty deep, and
the moving trains on earth, and the
humming machinery in its various
uses fur man, and the wonderful and
beautiful sceneries of art, all product
ed by work. Then work is prolita
ble and honourable, i.ven tho Sa
viour worked with his hands the
ciii'ifiitr should be. proud of his
calling above all others? for it was
the chosen trade of otir Lord atl Sa
viour, it snows mat mere is no
room on earth or irJieavenfor idlers,
for idle hands and feet stand on the
devil's ground and the idle brain is
Ins school room. 1 he Scriptures say
that he who won't work shall not
at, but I think that must have a
spiritual meaning for very often
those who work least have the most
or get the largest wages in this world
and the poor man who toils from
lawn until dark irets the smallest
waves and no thanks, vet he builds
up and supiKirts the world. But
;L:-; ' work with all of
its glory will sooii pass away, uia
there is a kork and life that is more
noble and grand, and of more impor
tance to man; tha work t.f hue, and
the laborer leech, i full pay for his
woik though w- gomiii' nee at the
the eleventh In. nr. This is Ihe
Lord's win-yard ami we must do till
ur work while here; yes, work while
t is called today for the nignt Com
eth when no man can workthe
hi of death. Oh. how tad to all;
for then there is no tlo'eaor knowl
edge in the grave. Tin n let us woik
out onr soul salvation with fear and
trembling before God and work for
.Jesus with all our mind, sou is snu
sttvntrth: let all the amratioiii and
li-aire of out heart amend to Him
nraver to help ni and give Ilia
Holy spirit to liL'ht and guide us on
the way. Oh, how pleasant is the
work of love. It pays in the world
to come, It pays the poor man; try it
fur on have no notie or peace nerc.
ork f'r Jeans and look up, there
is a brighter day coming, the more
you do and want to do; it will not
wtury you as uo tne imn w una
world without pay, bnt pays vou for
ever and san-a you eternally from
tha aoirowi and trials of earth. How
gracious and im'rrif ill of God to let
itch hrinM aa we approach Him!
Hut mt mav f w work and nave
faith in Jesus our Bavior, and we
may livr foravef in that iwert haven
r pfc-rtiw ru
J. N. Cai'iili.
A stood rule often fullv under the
lit of It own lorpUons.
FOR xi''ib tw, nic.. . !,:,.. i
run nftnncoo mtmt ta Jlwt whl(, ,,, HblWi
M ema, and m wU Im aakulahsd to m how qulcklr It lioaJaaur
It's this way:
You can burn yourself with Fire, with
Powder, etc, or you can scald yourself
with Steam or Hot Water, but there is
only one proper way to cure a burn or
scald and that i&byjjising
( It give Immediate relief. Get a pieco of toft old '
j linen cloth, saturate it with thlg liniment and bind
loosely upon the wound. Yon can havo no adequate ,
Idea wat an excellent remedy thiaiafor a burn until
jon have tried it, ... '
AFfsWI TIP If Ta ba a blrfl aUlVHrf wtOi'IUnp or aor
rUHI. IITa otbar poultry dtaaua an Datku Maatau
Uolmaat. It ss called a itajiiuju) racoedy bj puulu? txvaoara.
. v. Fry, Prett.
J. 8. Cox, Viet
The Greensboro Loan & Trust Co.
Capitol 8tock, $100,000.
"Take cireof the Dimes and the Dollars will take oare of themselves."
start a livings account for yonraelf in your old age.
Start a favinga account (or yonr wife and each ol your children and anoonr
age tham to save and add to it.
Four per cent, iuteraat allowed on drpotita of $5.00 and opwardi In onr
S..vinira Department, provided they temain three full montht from the
Brat dy of an month auoceeding the depoait.
iena i our aep.iMi or write Inr lull pariiaalarl to
Greensboro Loan & Trust Co.,
GREENSBORO, N. 0.
The company alio dori a General Bankins Buainoaa and nut. Swal,
er. Trustee, Guardian, Executor and
Safe Drpoait Boxes In Sard,
We are offerinff to our friendtfand customers fsome "sweat
values" in Dry Goods, Shoes,
Dress Goods, &c.
We have a full and complete tick
of Dry Uooda, Notions, Lares, Etc.,
which it will pay you to examine.
In addition to a treneral
handle the best brands of Ferterlizers and you will always
find it to your interest to see us.
Miller & Wood.
Asheboro, July 30, 1902. Successors toW. J. niller.
We lead others follow
visit to our store will convince
We have the most beautiful
line of Ladies' Furnishings ever
displayed in Asheboro. Fine
dress Silks, Lawns, Percales, ic
Also Trimmed Hats, Shoes, Etc.
In fact almost anything vou can
think of. Prices reasonable, too.
VVC &13U tiavv a lalcv jtuvh
pets, Rugs, Groceries, &c. Give us a call.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
n. ,l. f lri,in full
Sien's suits $1.15 to $14.00; Youths
to 4.75; Men'! all wool $1.00 suits at $10.
OVERCOATS. Handsome line at sacrifice prices: $12.60 Melton
Overcoat for $10; $6.50 kind at $5; $7.50 kind at $0.50; Youths' Over
coat reduced from $1 to $3.25.
SHOES $1.25 to $3.50. We keep Hamilton-Brown shoe the best.
UNDEBWEAR. Full suit Derby Bibbed, 60c.; Flwllned $1.00;
Wright's Health Underwear $2.00.
Fried, Star Brand, Boysters High Grade Acid, 4 and 5 per
cent. Potash Fertilisers. Any of abova brands exchanjrd for wheat or
corn. A fnll line of Hardware stoves, heaters, tools, implements, in.
Ncxomi Falls Storo Co.
W. TBBYAK, Manager.
W. E. Allen, See, & Trrar.
Admlniatrator of Estate
e and Burglar Proof Vaults for rent.
Clothing, &c. ;
Shoes, Pants, &c.
We have on hand a full line of
shoes for men, women and children.
Also a nice line of men's pants.
line of merchandise we also
in both quality and price.
you of this fact.
We are acknowledged leaden
tst this line, and our new, sprint;
and slimmer stock well sustains
our reputation. Everything iu
this line is new, nobby and up-to-date,
and you will make no
mistake in seeing onr stock.
Wood & Moring.
ORDERS TO US.
o.wl iwunnWs anil mi rifrlit nrlwa
suits $3.5 to $9; Hmall Boys' suits 65o