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ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY APRIL 23, 1903.
BRITTAIN & GREGSON
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Asbeboro, - North Carolina,
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nnd adioinillir counties; ill SUlt
and Federal Courts. Prompt at
tention to business of all kinds,
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Attorneys - at - Law
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your work right" than any Laundry
in the State; and do it right, too.
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days and'rettirns Fridays.
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write or cull on Wilms L Freeman,
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A Song: of Hope.
Children of yesterday,
Iltirs of tomorrow,
What art you weaving?
Labor and sorrow!
Look to your loom again,
Faster and faster
Fly the great shuttles
Prepared by the Master.
Life's in the loom!
Hoom for it
Children of yesterday,
Heirs of tomorrow,
Lighten the labor
And sweeten the sorrow.
Now while the shuttles fly
Faster aw! faster,
Up and be at it
At work with the Master.
He stands at your loom
Hoom for Him
Children of yesterday,
Heirs of tomorrow,
Look at your fabric
Of labor and sorrow,
Seamy and dark
With despair and disaster.
Turn to it and lo,
The design of the Master!
The Lord's at the loom!
Room for Him
Marv A. Lalhburv. in St, Loiris
To Make Electric Cars.
A company for the manufacture
of electric curs has been organized
in High Point The Messrs Bnggs,
of Amesbury, Mass., as was announc
ed in last week's Courier, originated
the company. The company will
commence with a capital of $50,000
or $75,000. The Messrs. isnggs
have been making these cars for 12
years. This will be the only factory
of its kind south of Wilmington,
Delaware. 1 he style ot the lirm has
not been decided on as yet. Over
00 skilled mechanics will be eni-
loyed. Among the stockholders
are K. E. Briggs, E. R. Briggs, J.
jmwoou uox, A. tsnow, J. l:
Redding, J. J. Welch, W. P. Pickett,
F. E. Pickett, R. R. Raean, W. II.
liagau, W. B. Steele, Wescott Rober-
8on, i). A. Stanton, R. J. Fall and
Consolidate Public Schools.
The Texas papers are insisting up
on the Legislature of that state im
proving the public school system by
consolidxting the small schools; and
I lie bou thorn Education Board is
urging the same thing for all the
southern states as the only means of
educational salvation now practicable.
It is pointed nut that eighteen states
have adopted the plan already with
most satisfactory results, the pupils
on the outer edges of the district
eing brought to and from the school
in great covered vehicles in charge
of carefui drivers, a plun that in
ures both good attendance and
puuctualitv. Some of the advaata-
ges summed up are:
1. 1 he health of the children is
better, the childieu being less ex
posed in stormy weather and avcid-
og sitting in daaip clothing.
l. Attendance is Irani ou to iou
per cent greater, more tegular, and
of longer continuance.
3. J1 ewer teachers are required,
so better teachers may be secured
aud better salaries paid,
4. Pupils work in graded schools
and both teachers and pupils are
uuer sjsu-iirouu supervision.
6. Punils are in better schaol
houses, where there is better heating.
6. Better opportunity is afforded
for special work, such as music,
7. Cost in nearly all case is ro
8. School year isof ten much long-
9. Pupils are benefited by a
widened circle of acquaintances and
the culture resulting therefrom.
1U. I He whole community is
11. 1 ransportation makes possi
ble the distribution of mail through
out the whole township daily.
12. finally, the farm becomes,
as of old, the ideal place to bring up
children, enabling them to spend
their evenings and holiday time in
t ho country in contact with nature
and woik, instead of idly loafing
Commencement at Davidson.
Davidson College is peculiarly for
tunate in her list of speakers for the
approaching commencement, May
The baccalaureate sermon
preached on May 24 th by Rev John
i par hawk Jones, U I), of Philadel
phia, one of the most brilliant pn 1-
pit orators of the whole country. On
the evening of tho same day the an
nual sermon before the Y M C A is
delivered by ReT R F Campbell, D
D, of Asheville, N C.
On the evening of Monday, May
35th, the speakers before the literary
societies are Hon W F Stevenson,
Cheraw, S C, and A L Gaston, Esq.,
The commencement orator is Pros
Ira Remsen, of Johns Hopkins Uni
versity, who speaks at 11 a.m. Tues
day, May 26th. Dr Remsen is not
only a profound chemist and a great
administrator, but also famous a a
public speaker. He has made very
few public addresses in the South
and the friends of Davidson are to
be congratulated on this opportunity
of hearing him,
Wednesday, May 27th, is Com
mencement Day, the exercises con
sisting of orations by represenatives
of the Senior Class, the delivery of
diploma-, etc., etc
SAM JONES ON TIMELY
The question has been frequently
asked me of late, what about condi
tioner Are the Imanciai and com
mercial skies being overclouded
somewhat? Are conditions as favor
able as they were a year ago? Has
the era of prosperity reached its
crest? And questions of like charac
ter. I answer unhesitatingly, the
momentum of things has not checked
up an iota, so far as my eye can see.
So long as the demand for iron and
lumber is greater than the supply, so
long will the tide roll on. Iron is
heaviest; it sinks first, and then
lumber, and then all the manufactur
ed products of those great staples.
It is said that "the course of true
love nover runs smooth," and the
greater the momentum of a limited
tram the rougher she jolts when she
passes over a rough place in the
track. What means this mighty
trallio of the railroads? Car-building
has been going on for six years
as fust as hammer und saw aim
muscle could do the work, and yet
they say the reason they cannot move
the traffic is for lock of cars. The
milcaire of new lines of railroads will
aggregate greater this year than al
most any year in the country's his
tory. Short crops in the south has
caused a little friction in the move
ments of our machinery and yet there
are aiens of treat prosperity in every
southern state. If a man will stand
on the top of the Prudential and
Empire buildings in Atlanta and see
what Atlanta has done in the lust
six years and what she is doing now,
he will Do astoniBUeu to oenoiu it.
Atlanta has just shown to the world
how prosperous she is when her
capitalists and her brawny laboring
men ana ner wage-earners oi uu
classes bare just contributed a quar
ter 01 B milllUIl Ol UOI1UI9 IAJ LUC
Presbyterian university. Almost
every town in southern Georgia is
growing with marvelous rapidity.
Birmingham, next to- Atlanta, is
forging to the front and she will
soon have almost every trunk line of
the south running into that city.
The more a man travels, the more he
sees that tho wave of prosperity is al
most universal in the United States
Whatever flurry or cloud may be
seen in the financial horizon are but
the evaporations from that dirty old
pond called Wall street. They
gamble and gamble and the great
banks of JSew iork will furnish
money for them to gamble on, and
frequently when the real business
interests of the country needs some
money, the gamblers have exhausted
the banks, but I believe that Secre
tary Shaw will look to the real busi
ness interests of this country and
provide for emergencies iu spito of
shortness in the money market,
caused by the gamblers on Wall
street. We are on top awhile yet,
boys. It is too sooa to get scared.
If you run in your holes now you
will have to come out again; so stay
on deck awhile longer.
1 ho memories of tho law nights
citizens' meeting at the Grand opera
house linger with me yet. l reckon
there were some good old Presbyter
ians there last night that laughed
more und enjoyed that occasion more
than since tho war between the
states. It isn t often that a Presby
terian gets a chanco to laugh. He
doesn't make the chance or seek it.
but when it fulls to him he can laugh
like a big mouth Methodist. It will
take the dignilled Presbyteiiuus, who
were present that night a long time
to get back ull their dignity that was
smashed on that occasion. Really
the most practical difference between
the Methodists and the Presbyter
ians is in dignity and liberality. e
Methodists will whoop and shout
more than they will, but most of us
feel like when it is over we ought
not to be charged much additional
to pay in cosh. And it really seems
to me like a dignified, quiet fellow
ought to give more than tho fellow
that jumps up ami down ana snouts
around. Sum Jones in Atlanta
Swift's Maxims Fo Success,
Here are some of Gustuvus F
Swift's maxims, by following which
he believed any man could win
No man, however rich, has enough
money to watte in putting on style.
The rioher a man gets the more
careful he should be to keep his
The man that dosen't know to the
bottom isn't any kind of a business
Business, religion and pleasure of
the right kind should be the only
thine in life for any man.
A bin head and a big bank account
were never found together to the
credit of anyone, nod never will be.
No young man is rich enough to
smoke i!o cent cigars.
Every time a man loses his temper
he loses his head, and when he loses
his head he loses several chances.
Next to knowing our own business
it's a mighty good thing to know as
much about your neighbor's as
possible, especially if he's in the tame
The best a man ever did shouldn't
be his standard for the rest of his
The successful men of today
worked mighty hard for what they
have got; the men of to-morrow will
have to work harder to get it awav
You can never make a big success
working for anybody else.
Rheumatism is 'caused by an excess
of nric and lactic in the blood,
Rheumncidc, the great blood pnrilier.
laxative I mi cunw the disease
by driving the acids out of the blood.
Legislating: to Perpetuate Cor,
The Republican politicians of
Pennsylvania, r was told in vestei1
day's dispatches, are promoting a libel
law which is designed to silence the
newspapers of tho State. Philadel
phia is the most corrupt city in the
United Stales and Pennsylvania is
the most corrupt htato. ulhcia
thievery is open and shameless, bri
bcry is common und repeating and
uullot-box stuliing mark every dec
tion. The press of the State, cspec-
iully in Philadelphia, has sacrilied
tho malefactors, who now seek
muzzle it by a libel law so drastic
that it is hoped no Pennsylvania pa
per will dire to call its soul its own
The people of that State have be
come so accustomed to public cor
ruption that they take little note of
the measure of it, having either
grown indifferent to it or despaired
of curing the evil of which they cut
ter, lint it is u sad day for any
state when its libel laws become
terrible us to destroy independence of
the press, making it afraid to print
the truth about omciuls und utlairs,
Teaching Children to Obey.
One of the earliest lessons a chil
has to learn is obedience. When
once a child is taught to obey a
other good habits come comparative
ly easy, but it should also be taughl
to obey with the conscience, so that
the instinct of the obedience prevails
even when one's back is turned, that
is to suy the habit obedience must
not be acquired by fenr, or as an
irksome duty, but must gain its
strength from the child's sense of
honor and respect, ami bo encourag
ed us a source of pleasure and whole
some pride until it becomes a part of
A little incident from my own ex
perience will perhaps serve to make
this point clear. My own little girl,
1 believe, owes her lite to the instinct
of implicit aud prompt obedience.
We were gathering Mowers one day in
ono of the Swiss vullevs; sho was
some bix yards ahead of me when I
heard an ominous sound far above
us; a large boulder dislodged after
several days of heavy rain ivih bound
ing down the mountain side; the
child intent on her (lowers took no
heed but from where I stood I could
see its direction was toward the spot
where she was standing. I shouted
lo her "C'oiuu back dnvcth! Run."
Accustomed to implicit obedience
she immediately started off as fast as
her little legs would carry her, aud
before she had got to my side the
huge stone had pitched on the very
spot where she had been, and bound
ed across the narrow pathway into
the river below.
Whatever a child is told must be
reasonable. It must be allowed to
gain conlidence in the unerring judg
ment and above all in the seu.se of
justice of those whom it has to obey.
firmness must have the moral
backing of fairness and reason. The
parent, governess or nurse who in a
moment of irritation or thou -'lit less-
11089 tells a child to do this or not to
do that, whithout a good reason, is
very often unconsciously cultivating
a spirit of perverseiiess. Don't waste
your do's and dont's; like everything
else which becomes so common, they
also will lose their value. Having
once commanded or forbidden with
discretion see that you are obeyed.
McCall s Magazine.
Rules For Living Long.
Sir James Sawyer has been con
fiding the secret of longevity tc a
liiriiiingham audience. Like so man v
ny other secrets, consists iu "paying
attention to a number of small de
tails." Here is a schedule of them,
collected from the reports of Sir
James Sawyer's lecture:
1. Wght hours sleep.
2. Sleep on your right hide.
;). Keep your bed-room window
open all night.
4. Have a mat to" your bed-room
. Do not have vour bedstead
againnt the wall.
t. rso cold tub in the morning, but
a bath at the tempcrture of the body.
7. Jixerciso before breakfast.
8. Eat little meat, and see that it
is well cooked.
0. (for adults). Drink no milk.
10. Eat plenty of fat, to fi-ed the
cells w hich destroy disease germs.
1 1. Avoid-intoxicants, which de
stroy these cells.
IS. Daily exercise in the open air.
13. Allow no pet animals in your
living rooms. These are apt to car
ry about disease germs.
14. Lave in the country if you can.
15. Wateh the three- D's drink
ing water, damp, and drains.
1G. Have change of occupation.
17. Take frequent and short hol
idays. 18. Limit your ambition; and
19. Keep your t.'inper.
Keep all these commandments,
and Sir James Sawyer sees no reason
why you should not live to lie one
The Two Big; Problems.
Rev. Sam Jones says, "The Two
biggest problems to lie solved by tin
people of the United States, are the
race question and the whiskey prob
lem." He suvs further, "They re
mind me of what a fellow told me
about a cat he tried to kill. The
fellow said he killed that cat dead for
nino successive nights und every
morning that old cat met him as he
opened the door. On the tenth
mgni fie cut in ncau on, ami uic
first thing he saw the following
morning, was that said old cat silting
n the top step with his head iu his
mouth. Draw your own inferences.
THE REVENUE RING.
Mr. C. F. McKesson, of Morganton,
Has a Word to Say About the
Morganton, N. C. Ilarkina and
Duncan and the rest of the revenue
ring, iu litter disregard of the wishes
of the Republicans of the State, have
put Tom Rollins, a mere stripling,
with tho, egg shell hardly broken
from his no.se, in charge of the Re
publican party of the State. The
member of the coniinitce are simply
a lot, of ; cattle, w hom Senator or
Judge Prichard owns, as he docs his
Holstein' bull, and most, of them arc
indebted to him for their hog meat
Rollins would have never been
dreamed of if he had not been
Pritehard's son-in-law. There arc
two, iiiKLonly two, iu Burke who en
dorse hi.election, Mr. T. II. Hally-
burton and J). lirson, both rev
enue officers, and both of them with
out a single following in the county.
1 he program is lor llarkins and
Duncan to run the partv, for all men
Know mat, nonius is a auiniuv
Perhaps this is best, for llarkins
ami Duncan make a stron
team, and t h u t is the kind
I hat will be needed when Roosevelt is
lumped on the Noth Carolina Re
publican wagon. It, certainly can be
said of them that
"With packhorso constancy they
will Keep the road
And pull along their heavy load.'"
Would it not have been a wise
plan to have had no chairman at all
and to have put llarkins and Dun
can in charge of the party. The
I of a dual management would
have been novel and amusing.
Duncan could go to the hill coun
rv and inspire and unify by his
plend'd oratory, u tender recital of
lis political abnegation, coupled
with an endorsement from Tyre
llcnn as to his mortal character and
his general fitness for office. Tyre
light not like to undertake this, but
I am persuaded that it can bo had
under protest, llarkins, a great or
ganizer and vote-gel tor could go to the
swamps and sand-tiddlers of the cast,
ml oigani.e into a compact w hole
what, few revenue officers arc left
the di.-franchi.sed darkies. This
is a great scheme lor the rehubillila
tion of the party. ,
Vt here was Lusk, true and faith
ful, the brilliant Settle, the gifted
Mott, the astute Holton, the piaoti-
al Reynolds, the tactful liniberlake,
the Resoiircuful Robinson, and Cook
ami Linney others who for years
have upheld the principle of the par
Iv? Where are they? Ignored by a
cheap crowd of revenue partisans,
without breadlh ot vision or scope of
t, to make room foraduinmv,
in echo, a sch iol boy to lead a great
Perhaps il would be wise to put
l' revenue collectors in charge, for
loth own an organ.
II l.s true thai Puncaii s is in ash
but that don't disturb his heroic
ml, for anything he nas touched in
i political way is in slirdluhrdlu cx-
pt ai- salary, which he draws with:
regularity and precision woithv of
the highest commendation.
When this gang has its say 1 shall
be glad lo show them up.
C. F. McKKSSOX.
Wait A Minute.
I once bad a bov in in v printing
office who was both faithful and in
dustrious, vet 1 had to discharge
him. lie would not respond prompt
ly when culled. If he was i-tading
he waiteil tiil he had finished the
age. If he' w.us selling type he
waited until he had finished the line.
Iu my business in fact, in most
business when a boy is called he i
wanted instantly. A halt minute e
delay sonn times causes great incon
venience, not to mention theconstaut
annoyance of having to wait and per
haps to keep ull the office force wait
ing. Many a boy lias lost his
position, and perhaps his opportuni
ty in life, because he was slow to re
spond when called to his work. No
you know where it is that boys form
ibis habit of delav," At home. Do
you know what boy it is that gets
into it!' It is the Wait-a-miniitc"
boy that is, the Uy when told by
his fath r or mother to get some
wood, a pail of water, or to run nn
errand, always answers, "Wait-u-min-ute."
One of the imt-t desirable habits
any boy has is to respond instantly
when called to Lis work. It is a
habit, too, that can be cultivated
readily. Ifa ioy v.-ill make him
self do nt once whatever he is told to
do, by the time he is grown he will
have formed a habit that will make
him prompt and exact, and will add
greatly to the va! ue of his work.
S. S. Advocate.
Killed Almost Instantly.
Atlas Miller, u colored man, alwut
30 years old, while driving a team of
mules through a piece of woods at Mt.
Gilead, ran one i f the wagon wheels
against a tree, .brewing him off his
seat and hanging him by some part
of his clothing to the running part
of the wagon. Ti.t- mules became
frighteu-i am. ran, dragging the un
fortunate man some distance liefore
they could bo sUipped. Within a
horl lim after he was taken from
under the wagon he died. Troy Ex
aminer. Mr James Tate, of Biseoe, and
Miss Stella Baldwin, of Rockingham,
will be married in the Slethotlist
church iu Rockingham ou April
Pearls of Thought.
He that will not be counselled
connot be helped.
A good rule often falls under the
weight of its own exceptions. As
every thread of gold is valuable, so
is every minute of time.
Be grateful for your blessing, and
it will make your trials !look small.
From a false point of view even
truth itself will always seem false.
Uolu can buy nearly everything in
this world, except that which a man
wants most happiness.
To secure a contented spirit, meas
ure your desires by your fortunes,
and not your fortunes by your de-
We can offer up much in the large
but to make sacrifices in little things
is what we ure seldom equul to.
Is it because we expect too much
or because we don't get what we are
entitled to, that makes ns dissatishcdr
He that fancies himself very en
lightened, because he sees the
leliciencies of others, may be very
gnorant, because he has not studied
The only people who can really
iclps us when we are in great
trouble are those who have suffered
more than we are suffering, and
those who love ;is better than we do
Our love for oue another may be
strong and true in the sunny days,
but it never reaches its holiest and
fullest expression until pain has
touched our hearts and called out
the hidden treasures of affliction.
Tho people who talk about not
caring for worldly advantage, money,
mil social advancement, are in nine
cases out of ten those who really
want to get on just as much as their
neighbors, but they don't know how
to do it.
When faith leaves fear enters
Tho praying Christian is never
By the ladder of hope men climb
to higher things.
A written word may be erased, a
spoken word never.
weak fuilh is a poor lounuation
for a high hope.
The loudest pruvor usually reach
es the shortest distance.
A lot of people are so consci
entious that they never let their left
mud know that their right hand
loes not lung.
A smile in the home is worth two
it the office.
Some men become lost by under
taking a short cut duty.
No man s heart is big enough to
harbor both love and greed.
People who mind their own
business find it an ever increasing
When tencing evil out ot me noart
be careful not to fence the good iu.
Attacking error with a feather is
is unsatisfactory us eating bean soup
with a fork.
Quite a lot of people are only rude
when they think they ure blunt und
A widow's sear in the scales will
ontweight uny donation wiling from
the people's needs.
The world judges us by what we
accomplish; God judges us by what
we strive earnestly to do.
A whole lot of people love to sing
"Rock of ages cleft for me" if they
can enjoy a softly cushioned pew
while doing it.
If some men would put more
principle into politices they would
not talk so much about the small
interest they have in it.
Boom Your Town.
Every citizen should believe in the
town lie lives iu and if he docs not
think it a little better ib most re
spects than neighlioriiig towns then
he should move out. When away
from home do not neglect to give
those with whom you come in con
tact to understand that yon live in
a live town populated by enterprising,
go ahead, progressive people, and one
that is advancing instead of re
trograding. If you can truthfully speak iu
commendation of the ability of your
professional men, the square dealing
methoods of your merchants, the
superiority of your schools, etc., let
nothing prevent yon from exercising
that privilege. It will not be neces
sary to mention the drawbacks, if
there le any. Strangers seeking a
location are always greatly influenced
in favor of any place where the
citizens are enthusiastic in its praise.
Unless its inhabitants appreciate
the excellence and virtues of each
other and will collectively spread
abroad their faith in the prosperity
aud future greatness of their own
locality no city or towu can expect
to attain prominence over its rivals.
When rightly utilized, talk can be
made effective in many directions,
and this is one of them. Ex.
Said His Prayers first.
Dallas, Tex., April 15. W. O.
Phillips, a young farmer near Ar
lington, who killed bis wife April
Kith aud then fled ou horseback,
rode only a few miles to the horns, of
his father. There he knelt at the
gate, said a few words of prayer,
and theu committed suicide by
shooting himself through th
head. The motive for the mmder
D. I. Ewing of Sulphur Springs
had his smoke-house burned one
night last week,- It is supposed to
I e the work of an incendiary as the
door was found open when the fire
was discovered, which was about 1 o -clock
in the morning. Troy Examiner.
Mexican flustang Liniment ;''
don't stay on or near tho tmrfare, bnt poes in thmuph the mtucles saA '
lHisues to the boae and drives out aU sureuees sad imiatntnti
For a Lame Back,
or, in fact, all Lameness nnrl Sore.
ness of your body there is nothing
that will drive out the pain and inJ
flammation so quickly as
If you cannot reach the spot your
self get some one to assist you, for
it is essential that the liniment boi
rubbed in most thoroughly. j
Mexican flustang Liniment
cveieouies the ailments of horses and all domostio animals, fn Hftt
K Is a fiesh healer and paiu killer no matter who or what tha patient las
QOf Money Saved!
BY BVYING VOVR
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, GENTS
FURNISHINGS, FURNITURE, &C &0 of
WOOD & MORI X G.
Largest stock to select from and prices that are
sure to catch those seeking bargains.
We've Got Just Stacks of NEW GOODS
of every description and of the very latest styles,
and when you want a new dress, new hat, new
suit of clothes, a new pair of shoes, or anything
else that is up to date, why just go to see
Style Originators. WOOD & MORING.
WE ARE pleased to announce to our friends
and customers that have the latest and most
exquisite styles in white goods, lawns, dimities,
and dainty shades in dress goods fabrics are
now awaiting your inspection. Our large as
sortment will convince you that we are leaders
in dress goods.
Gents Departmen. t !
OUR CLOTHING counters are laden with
rare bargains, and we can fit you out epic and
span in a new suit, shoes, hat, etc. All the
styles in shirts, collars and neckties at prices
to command a purchase. Come to see us.
Come and See
Our new line of SPRING and SUMMER.GOODS now in.
A complete line in everything carried in a General Store.
All at Lowest Cash Prices
Old Dominion, Addison &2AUison's and Baugh & Son's Fer
tilizers at $1.25 to $1.05 per bag. Great bargains in
LADIE'S .AND MISSES SLIPPERS AND GEN
TLEMEN AND BOYS SUITS.
All Kinds Country Produce in Exchange for'Merchandiae
Nozomi Falls Store Co.
W. T. BUY ANT, Manager. KANDLEMAX, N.;0
D. M. OSBORNE & CO.
J5he Largest Independent
Harvesters and Binders
In the World.
.Miller & Wood.
RamMur, N. C.