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$1.00 Per Tear.
ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY MARCH 5 I90J.
BRITTAIN & GREGSON
Asbeboro, - North Carolina,
Practice in ills conrtt of Randolph
and adjoining counties; in btnw
Mid Federal Court, rroinpi at'
tention to buimieM.pl all kinds,
a.O. Bman. j.A.Speace
HAMMER & 8PENCE,
Attorneys at Law,
. ' Aabebor", N. C.
North r Court Hook.)
Practice In 'l trie courts.
Attorney at - Law,
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Practice 'in all the courts.
Special attention given to settlemen
BrOvfiCR Nrab Court Hour
S. Iryaat, Prtikieat J. I. Colt, Cukicr
Bcuik of RandlemBLn.
R&ndiem&n N. C.
Capital paid in,
Protection to depositors,
Directors: S. 0. Newlin, A. N
Bulla, W. T. Bryant, C. L. Lindsey,
N. N, Newlin, J. H. Cole, S. Biyaut
H O Barker and W K. Uartocll.
Virginia's Leading Furniture
House begs to extend a .happy Now
Yeasts gwetiiig td our many friends
and patrons in North Carolina, and
to assure them that our stock of Fur
niture and kindred brunches will, in
the future as in the past, be
STRICTLY UP TO THE TIMES.
Sydnor tt Hundley
709-713 i. BROW ST.
r RICHMOND, VA.
Etst for tte " Sunnt Sooth,"
beeaoaa they are specially grown
and selected with a full knowledge
of the conditions and require
ments of the Booth. Twenty-fire
years eiperienc and practical
Sowing of all the different vege
Maa enables n to know the Terr
but, and to offer seeds that will
give pleasure, satisfaction and
profit to all who plant them.
Wood's Row Seed Book for 1903
(Mailed on req neat) la full of good
things, and fives the moat reliable
information about all seeds, both
for the Farm and Garden.
SffdrTrfflt Jtichrnoa4 Vt
woes? BOOK alH Mis all
ateat OrmM ui Ctanr Suit,
, . PrtaUa. ud alt
M UL ESI
For tjie.next week we will have on
band at biir stable a lot of horses
and mules that we will offer for sale
and trade. liave several nice mans
that would exchange for mules. See
our stock at our livery stables, near
tne ncpoc, wnea in.'Asiwuuru.
Doybfg -paily Trains
Carrytar PwUnwa Slecpeva. Caf Can
(a la carte) and Chair Can (seats free
Beetric ttftted Throughovt
' Krlafa, HeaFU aa Kama Cltj
AHB T .. MMTS'lN " i
Teat, Ottosmi tad ladlaa Tcrrttedct
Tv Wes Hi ftorttwest
Tim enur Ttntouon aurpMno caa m
MrrwaoN mm amwar and '
IteaertpttTa literature, Ucketa ar
aad an4 throara foaemtioaa maA
post appUcatloa to . . ' :
W. r.SHSKM, (raaa P. Baw
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W. T. SAUNDERS
A TRAGEDY AT MAXTON.
E. N. McLean Shoot W. J.Thomp
son, who is Accussed ol 111
Treating his Wife.
At Max ton on Full. 25th, N Mc
Lean shot and mortally wounded W
J Thompson. The particulars are
given by tho Maxtonj:orre8o!idont
of the Charlotte Observer and are as
The shooting occurred in the din
ing room of Mr Thompson's resi
dence. Thompson had been drink
ing slightly, and in her fear to be in
the house with him alone under the
circumstances, Mrs Thompson sent
for McLean, who is hci nephew.
McLean had his lodging apartments
in the house, but when he appeared
this evening as the protector of his
aunt, Mr Thompson resented his
presence, uud an altercation ensued
between the two men. Jlclxan re
mone tinted with Thompson in re
gard to his treatment of Mrs Thomp
son. Thompson filially drew his
fiistol and tired at him, the ball bare
v grazing his left side, passing
through the waistband of bis troiiS'
era and glaucmg off. McLean then,
returned the tire. lie emptied three
chambers of his revolver, a No 32
Ivor & Johnson, at close range. One
ball entered Thompson's body just
under the left nipple; another enter
ed exactly on the median line imme
diately below the sternum, and is
embedded in the flesh of his back;
yet another giozed the side of Thomp
sou, inflicting no injury. The phy
sicians have scarcely any hope thnt
l nomnson can recover, l uey tav it
is barely possible that he can live
through the night.
McLean surremleicd to a nineis
tral e and claims self-defense. He is
a son of Mr G F McLean, a lawyer
of this place, and his mother is post
master hcie. He is 21 years of ago
and unmarried, lie has been study
inc medicine, but poor health has in
teifeied with the completion of his
M r Thompson, the wounded man,
is about 37 yeais old. He has been
a commercial traveler for a Louis
ville house, but at present has no
fixed employment. He has no child
Greensboro Secures the Methodis
The Executive Committee appoint
ed by the last M P Conference, has
decided upon Uroonsboro as tbe lo
cation for tho proposed college for
voiiuir women and men.
The committee, now that the
question of location has been settled
will at once take steps to secure the
necessary amount to launch the en
terprise. It is said that the Confer-
ence will not undertake the mutter
unless at least $75,000 is on hand or
in sight, ns a basis for thc great un
dertaking. Prospects for securing
this are bright. Greensboro citizens
have pledged about $11,000 and will
give more. Theroinmittee probably
already has pledges and other assur
ances sullicient to make the total of
$50,000, leaving only $25,000 to
"The Cry of the Children."
Do you hear the children weeping
O my brother?
They arc weeping bitterly:
They are weeping in the playtime of
Iu the country of tho free.
They look op with their pale and
And their look is sad to see,
For the man's heavy aaguish draws
Down the cheeks of infaucy
"Your old earth," they say, "is very
"Our young feet," they say, "are
For "O," say the children, "we arc
And we cannot run or leap."
For all day the wheels are droning,
Their wind comes in onr faces,
Till our hearts burn, our heads, with
And the walls turn iu their places.
Tnrns the sky in the high window
blank ana reeling,
Turns the long light that drops
down tbe wall.
Turn the black flies that crawl along
All are turning, all tLe day and
we with all.
And all day the iron wheels are dron-
And sometimes we could prav
"O, ye wheels" (breaking out in mad
"Ston! Be silent for the day!"
At! Be silent! Let them hear each
otner bi earning
For a moment mouth to month;
I et them tonch each other's hands
in a fresh wreathing
Of their tender human vouth.
Let them feel that this cold nieUlic
Is not all the life God fashions or
Let them prove their living souls
agaiust tbe motion
, That they live in you or under
fnu, U wheels;
day tbe iron wheels go on
Grinding life down from its mark;
And the children's souls, which God
is calling sunward.
Spin on blindly in tbe dark.
Elisabeth Barrett Browning.
Piol ably your physician has told
yon that rheumatism is incurable.
Discoveries are being made iu medi
cine as wall as in other things. Bhen
macule ia a discovery It positively
enros rheumatism. At Drnggists.
SUITOK TAMPER WITH JU-!
Both Sent to Jail for 30 Days
Judge Peebles Severely Punishes
S R. Odom and E. S. Herring I U 15 Pitts shot and killed Eddy Fos
for Violating Legal Ethics. I "'' onu of his V"PUl "f"1 n,)out 18
Clinton Feb. 27. Iiulgo Peebles , Ttecently the teacher flogged one
who closed a two-weeks term of! of ,10 l)0V8 uml W0I1 the enmity of
Sampson court to-day. created u sen-' Ulc u,.ej pllllig who Hgrcea to re
lation in the lart hours of the term 1 6lat Hnv ful.llier chastisement from
by sentencing a smtoi and a jn.or to ; thc i,. Pitts hcllrd f tue
jail for 30 days. h. 11. Odom, n i par- aKroclnent an,l determined to quell
ty to a land suit, invited two of the t,is rebellious spirit. Being a phy.
jury trying his case to go home and ' ;l!allv weilk nmn hc took loa(lcd
spend the night with him. Herring ! ,,istof with im t,, Bchoo. and at the
went, but Mnttlns declined. I ho noon tweisi cnlu.,i . Fou.r iu to
jury orougnt. in a verdict contrary to
inc iiiouiniiuiiD ui inu juiii, "
promptly set it aside, dismissed the
jury, and sentenced Odom and Her
ring to iail for 30 days. Matthis
was fined $20.00 for conversing with
Odom pending the trial of the case.
An appeal was made to Judge Pee
bles to reduce the penalty of Herring
to a fine, but he positively refused to
John Holland, a young farmer
near Bessemer Citv, w as killed one
day last week. He was riding a mule
te a field when the mule became
frightened and ran away. In trying
to jump off thc mule Holland beeamu
entangled in the harness and was ! him world-wide reputation. After
dragged a distauce of about 150 wurds he moved to Connecticut and
yards and dashed against a tree. He a short time ago invented an improv-
died in a few nn nines.
I. Ii. Vnrner. Commissioner of Labor and Printing and Editor of the
SEVERAL MEN ARE KILLED.
Striking Miners Resist the Service
of Injunction Paper One
Hundred Officers and Two
Hundred and Fifty
Strikers Join Hands,
rred at '
A pitched battl
W ricrnts loin hoiks, in naieii;"
county Feb. 5th, between one bun-!
dred tinted bUtea deputy innwlml.,
Dei.uty Cunningham, of Charleston, I
an, Sheriff Cook, of Raleigh county ,
ttllU ZOU SirihlllS IIIHICIO ,1 ll 11 1 .
to permit Federal ollicers U) serve in-
junction papers. ,
The Ksse met th
moii, iirmeu ,
with MinchesUTS, who tkheu arrest
and service papers. I hey followed
and service papers,
defiance with hostilities, opening live
on the deputies at onco. 1 he de.u-
ties respouile.1 ami the Dal tie raged
furiously for several minutes. Ihree;'
alrilrinir minora worn killed, nix lllor-1
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tally ami three str.oiisly .7''''-
S-cinl Ofiicer Howard hmilh, of the
Cheeapeaae and Ohio ha.iroad, w
shot in the arm. A sinker shpped
un on him and tired. He then
cu ui. f . n.w
:ter the posse had repulsed the
is they followed up Him ad vim-
togeand secured the arrest ot a
number of miners who were hioiiShtj
to lieCKiev unuer suuni. ji bii-ii
car conveyed the wounded men to a
hospital. F.fty-nine men are under
nr.est at B.;kley under the guard of j
deputy marshu s. I
of injunctions and had burned ,
Negro Carves Companion
Two neeroes, Lewis Egeiton and'
Tora Twitty, liecuine involved iu a hlbitiou. Kutherfordtou Correspon
difficulty at Warreiitou last week deuce of Charlotte News.
and Egerton cut Twitty with an
axe, striking him just below the Our Attitude Toward The Vent
ribs on tho right side, inflicting a! xuelan Dispute.
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Bad blood has existed between the
negroes for quite a while. Egeiton
is in jail.
Conkey's Home Journal for March
contains, in addition to its usual
quota of interesting departments for
women, several special articles and
good short stories. Among the latter
is one by r.nen k liexioru. ".a re
lated Romance" is the title of a new
serial by Helen Clark Balmer. A
splendid article for women with ex
cellent illustrations Is on "Beautiful
Window Gardens," by Ethel M Col-
son. A charming two-step for the
' piano is by Frances UolierUon.
A PISTOL IN SCHOOL.
A South Carolina School TeacKer
j Shoots One of His Pupils.
At Itimnn, S. C, last week Prof
: ajnlini8tcr a whipping. Foster, as
I aijreed, rebelled, and Pitta Jrew bis
pistol, only to frighten tho boy, so
hc states. 1 lie boy struck the pistol
in an effort to take the rod from thc
teacher, when the pistol was dis
charged thc ball entering the stomach
and ranging downward, causii.g
death tbe following day.
Dr. K. J. Oatlin, the famous in
ventor of the Gatliu gun, died in
New York Inst weeK at the age of 83
years. Dr. Gatliu was a native of
Hertford county, North Carolina.
He went .North ns a young man and
i first lived in Indiana.
lie was l:v
inr there when the Untline eun trave
Mos Wonderful Freak of Nature
in World Dead.
News reaches here that George
Haudall, this county's wonderful
freak, is dead. Just when his death
occurred your correspondent has been
unable to learn. The boy was one
of the most wonderful freaks of
lmtllru 'n 'Ul' South or perhaps in
. , . .
hfil(Uof , k '
hm, , Kllenboro with his parents
from childhood. He was six vears
,(, wmm ,w and
,cnt jg toM he hed
; , . I ij 11
m or( ' jx int.hejj ; cllcumfer.
ence and weiL'hed tiftr pounds. His
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Ujf , j,.-, flve
i,' l, -, ,':,n ,,i
,t eftM m(t geen at time of
, j Jiwth t,)nt hjg M lmJ ,
tic,e in t)lut He VM al.
t , , ti. n,.
. . . , . ' ,
iiiir nut meat ana oreau anu occasion-
uMy drank a cup of coffee. While
,KlaJ heaUh a hi
llf(. witu tMe exception of one illness
t,lrje ag0, his parenU and
falnny phvsician did not believe that
he would live lonir. At times lie
wou)a hoU, ,)ig but mmt of
,. u f , , ,
, ,...,. his i1PH,i an heavv.
Tmj haJ a uir cllucatio',
.;1i: l;. .... ii.
He read ntws-
B the am,
f(mJ of them t,mu books
ucithet wtjt ' h- tm,
suid hc never had any desire to do
I ,d,.. ir. .i.. n
CMtch 'any eossip that w'aa afloat.
He was also very sensitive and re
fused on scverrl occasions to be
photographed. Several times his
theatrical men and offered a good
a big pric for him to be put on ex-
chant how thc natives wonld rezard
American protection. "We prefer to
be under the Holland flag," he ans
wered, "for the reason that Willem
stadt is practically a free port, and
there is little likelihood that our gov
ernment will ever become involved
iu war. We are greatly disturbed by
the probability that a German 1'iince
will succeed to the throne if Queen
Wilhelmina should' have no heir.
Except the few Germans here, 1
know of no one who desires Germany
as his soveieign State. Next to Hol
land, we want the Uuited State."
J. C. O'Langhlin, in World's Work.
A discredited Speaker makes an
WATTS' BILL NOW A LAW,
Country Distilleries and Saloons
Must Close Out Their Business.
The anti-liqnor bill known as thc
Watts bill passed tho Senate Tues
day night and is now tho law of the
State. The law will go into effect
Inly 1, 1903, and prohibits absolute
ly tbe manufactuie and talc of all
intoxicating liquors except brandy,
wine and cider outside of incorporat-
en towns and cities.
The law as to the manufacture of
brandy from fruit and grapes re
mains as it is now unchanged but
tbe sale of brandy is not allowed in
packages of less than five gallons.
The manufacture of wine is allowed
but the sale not allowed iu less than
one gallon packages and that not to
be drunk on the premises,
Tbe following is the full lext of
the bill as it passed except the last
sections, which provide for elections
in tho towns:
Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons firm or cor
poration to manufacture, sell or oth
erwise dispose ot for gain, any spirit
uous, vinous or malt liquors, or in
toxicating bitters within the State of
Aorlh Carolina, except m incorporat
ed cities and towns wherein the sale
and manufacture of liquor is not or
may not hereafter be prohibited or
regulated by special statue: 1'rovid-
cd, this act shall not be construed to
f oi bid the sale of such spirituous, vi
nous or malt liquors by druggists for
sickucsB upon the written prescrip
tion of; a legally qualified physician
having1 such sick person under his
charge: Provided further, that this
act shall not be construed as to ap
ply to wine and cider manufactured
from grapes, berries or fruit on the
the lands of the persons so manufac
turing, or purchased by the manu
facturer from the growers thereof:
Provided further, thnt this act shall
not be construed to apply to brandy
manufactured from fruit or eranes
and sold in original packages of not
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Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful
for any person, jiersons, firm or cor
poration to manufacture, sell or otli
erwise dispose of for gnin any spirit
uous, vinous or malt liquors, or in-
toxicatieg bitters, except as herein.
before provided, iu any incorporated
city or town, without first obtaining,
as provided by law, a license therefor
both from the board of commission
ers of the county in which Said town
or city is situated and from the boaid
of aldermen or city conncilmen or
he governing authorities, by what
ever name called, of said city or town,
Sec. 3. That any person violat
ing the provisions of this act with
reference to the sale, or disposition
for cam, of spirituous, vinous or
malt liquors or intoxicating bitter
shall be guilty of n misdemeanor,
ami upon conviction shall be impris
oucd not exceeding six mouths, or
fined not exceeding $200, or both, m
the discretion of the court.
Sec, 4. That any person violating
the provisions of this act, with refer
ence to tho manufacture of spiritu
ous, vinous or mult liquors, or intox
icating bitters, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and shall upon convic
tion be imprisoned not less than four
months nor more than two yeurs; and
upon a second conviction of a simi
lar offence the person shall be deem
ed guilty of a felony, and shall be
imprisoned not less thau one nor
more than three years, and lined not
less than one hundred dollars nor
more than one thousand dollars, or
both, at the discretion of the court.
Sec. 5. That any physician who
hall make any prescription, except
in case of sickness, for the purpose of
aiding or abetting any person or per
sons who are not bona fide under his
charge to purchase any intoxicating
liquors contrary to the provisions ot
this act. and any druggist who shall
duplicate the prescription of a physi
cian for intoxicating liquor? for any
person or persons not bona tide muler
his charge, without the written direc
tion of the physician who gave the
same, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor, and upon conviction shall
lie fined or imprisoned, or both, in
the discretion of the court, for each
and every offense; and all druggists
selling intoxicating liquors by pre
scription as aforesaid shall keep a
record thereof which shall bear tne
true dab of the sale and be subject
at all times to the inspection of the
solicitor of the district und to thc
mavor and police officers ot the city
or town in which said druggist's bus
iness is located (and all other per
sons); and any such druggist failing
to keep the aforesaid record, or re
fusing to permit examination oi sucn
record by the officers named and all
other persons shall bo guilty of a
misdemeanor, and lined or imprison
ed, or both, in the discretion of the
Sec. 6. It shall be unlawful for
any person to sell wine manufactur
ed from the fruit or grapes grown by
himself in (iiiHiit.it e less than one
gallon, and said wine shall not lie
drunk upon the premises where sola,
Any person violating, the provisions
of this section, either by selling in
Suantities less than one gallon or by
linking wine on tho premises where
sold, shall lie guilty of a misdemean
or, and punished at the discretion of
the court: Provided, that the pro
visions of this section shall not apply
to churches wishing to procure w ine
for communion services.
The last sections of the bill pro
vide for elections iu the towns upon
the petition of one-fourth of the reg
istered voters, upon the questions of
dispensary, distillery ana license,
The Roosevelt-Knox conception of
pnbheity for trusts is evidently some-,
thing strictly private aud confiden
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Happenings in This and Othei
States During the Past Week.
Cincinnati had a $1,500,000 fir
John F. Foust, superintendent of
the Inter-State Telephone Co's. x
change at Goldeboro, has skipped the
country. He was short in his accounts.
A shifting engine started a fire
among some bales of cotton at Peak,
S. C, last week which spread until
it destroyed $50,000 worth of prop
Joshua Moore sold to Geo. W.
Yandetbilt 9 acres of land adjoining
the Bilunore estate last week for
$2,600. The land is said to have
been worth about $75.00,
Sixty convicts am employed grad
mg Forsyth county roads. The
Union Bepublican cays the convicts
cost tho county $1 per day for al'
the time they are employed.
Mrs M C Graham, of Asheville,
has instituted suit against G W Yan
derbilt for $20,000 for the death of
her hnsband. Last October Graham
was crossing the French Broad river
in a boat which, it is claimed, was
defective, and Graham was drowned.
Vandcrbilt owned the ferry,
In Forsyth Superior Conrt last
week Sandy Stevenson was fonnd
guilty of murder in the second de
gree and sentenced to thirty years
in the penitentiary. Stevenson was
charged with being accessory to the
murder of John Miller, whose body
was louna in a wen near Winston
some time ago.
Henry Ferguson, a tenant ou the
farm of Baxter Ross in Sharon town
ship, Mecklenburg county, lost all
his belongings consisting of three
mu,fs' '. 20 corn
two. we0"8'. r?8l,0.r a mow?r "d
Is" "rm,ne "f
i one night last week.
piemen ts by fire
A 14-vear-old boy by the name of
florae fine, met with a horrible ac
cident at the High Point Bed Spring
factory one day last week. His arm
was canght in a shafting, breaking
aid mangling it to the shoulder. His
left leg was also broken. The boy,
who is not expected to live, is the
sole support of a widowed mother.
Burned to Death.
On last Friday the house occupied
by Kitt Ileaden. colored, on Hickory
Mountain, was burned down, and her
little boy, aged about 3 years, was
burned to death In the house. The
mother had gone off to do some
washing in the neighborhood and
had left the child in the care of its
sister, a girl about 11 years old, who,
sometime after she 'eft, fastened the
child up in the bruise and went
to a neighbor s. V. hen the fire was
discovered the house was about ready
to fall in. oiler City Mescneer.
There is no Death -
We have been ret '.tested to publish
the following beautiful lines written
years ago by Sir E. Bulwer Luton:
There is no death! The stars go down
To nse upon Borne fairer shore;
A ml bright iu Heaven's jeweled crown
1 hey shine forc-vcrmore.
There is no death; The dnst we tread
Shall change bc-urath the summer
The golden grain or mellow fruit,
Ui ruinbow-tiuteu flowers.
Tbe granite rocks disorganize
To feed the liung.y moss they hear;
The forest leaves dr.nk daily life
r rom out tho viewless air.
There is no death! The leaves may fall
And flowers r-ny fado and pass
They only waft through wintry hours
1 he coming of tu: May.
There is no death! An angel form
W alks o er the earth with silent
He bears our best loved things away,
And thou we ca.i them "dead.
He leaves our l.earis all dosolate.
He plucks our fairest, sweetest
Transplanted into bliss, tbey now
Adorn immor.nl bowers.
The bird-like voic.-, whose joyous
Made glad these scenes of sin and
Sings now un everlasting song
Amid thc tree ci life.
And when he loos a smile too bright,
Or heart too pure for taint and
He bears it to wcrll of light
lo dwell in ra.ajise,
Born nnto thai undying life
They leave us but to come again;
With joy we welcome them the same
Except iu tin ar. l pain.
And ever near us, hough unseen,
The dear immor al spirits tread;
For all the bofindl'as universe
Is life there If no dead.
Small Vegetable Garden.
No suburban tetident need feel de
barred from a gv.erous supply of
good things from the garden simply
because no half cr quarter acre patch
is available, say. Country Life
America. Whether it is an out of
the way corner that has to be tilled
with spade and hand-hoe alone, ar a
half-acre piece that can be plowed
with a team and cultivated with a
horse-hoe, satisfactory result are
possible if one gees at the matter ts
a proper spirit. Site and shape of
the garden spot what do they mat
ter) It I a question ot management
ana methods mora una of arc,
particular form. -
Reducing Our Stock!
We are reducing our stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Ect.
preparatory to moving into our new building the first of
the year and we are offering some
Real Bargains in all Shelf Hardware.
If in ed of anything in the Hardware line, we advise
you vo call and see us while this reduction sale is on.
Many articles are being disposed of at less than cost.
. ar. Fry, Prett. J. 8. Cox, Vice-Prent. W. E. Alien, See. A Trent.
The Greensboro Loan lit Trust Co.
Capitol Stock, $100,000.
"Take oirenf the Dimes and the Dollars will take care of themselves."
Start a savings account for yourself in your old age.
Start a savings account for your wife and each nl your children and eneenr
age them to save and add to it.
Four per cent, interest allowed on di-posits of $5.00 and npwirds In onr
Savings Department, provided they remain three full mooihs from tbe
first diy of any month succeeding tbe deposit.
Send tour deposit or write for full particulars to
Greensboro Loan & Trust Co.,
GREENSBORO, N. O.
Tbe company alo does a General Banking Business and aota as Beoaiv
r, Truttee, Guardian, Execntor ai d
i I'pposit Boxes In Sfel, e
We are offering to our friends!and customers 'some
values" in Dry Goods.'Shoes,
Dress Goods, &c.
We have a full and complete stock
of Dry Goods, Notions, Laces, Etc.,
which it will pay you to sxanune.
In addition to a general
handle the best brands of Ferterlizers and you will always
find it to your interest to see us.
Miller &. Wood.
Asheboro, July 30, 1902. Successor to.W. J. Hiller.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
wide; woiVt ravel nor
run down at the heel."
Our Suits audi Overcoats are of the
H VERY BEST H
and at Reasonable prices'
If it don't suit you to come and see us, send us your
order by mail, same shall have prompt attention, values
and prices guaranteed. We ship Suits and Overcoats on ap
proval to be returned to us when not satisfactory.
Chisholm, Stroud, Crawford & Rees,
300 South Elm St. Qreensbro, N. C.
' Umttm tm throm tyitmm ml
$15, $20 -2i"$30
Tho best Dlso F.lachlnm on thm Kfark&t "
Ettterimlnm Everybody Rrmrywhtwe
Uses Flat Indestrucllble Records
which cn be handled
without danger of
i . iiiafiTiKfJ
Ts GMKrOPffOfC mm COLUMBIA RCC0BDS i
the GS.4JO PfHZE at tfc PARS EXPC3TTHW ef I90O
Columbia Phoncrpli Co.,
NO t. Baftfnmfe Stmt. ELUTIV.3:XI
Administrator of Estatea.
and Burglar rrool vaults lor rent.
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
ORDERS TO US.
aid a yard
7-lsnfc Bccorda 80 ctmt mmtk 3 per doe.
rO-mch Rcarrfa SI ea $10 par (foe.