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, XHLT-DAY, it, 1ZZ2
ALEXANDER C. MeALISTER pRQF. SAMUEL
FROCKS FOR PRACTICAL WEAR
- facto inddeaUl to the nines
'mix of th subject of this im
i tribute, ud the appropriate!
.hfc details, having -been a)-'
presented by other, it enrjr re.'
for thm nnstmt writer t arm. I
TIME OF THE DAY
Praises Highly Bear's
m somewhat more fully than Sure Remedy fCMgha, Cold a4
a yet to have been done, tone of i " Uwf Me Trte4 it aM
5 ram" mralitiet and traits of char-1 H Kb" A ;
r which made her an outstanding ( "
are n thia community, and won for Prof- Samuel T. J Pence, of the Jr.
- r the affection, admiration and es-,0- U. A. il., writes as follow:
- ho came within the broad John D. nvton. Vu,
ranre af her influence. This is amply, xZLJ.;
"ifJht.V"K 0mng.wt E,;i Last year 'my sistein-law recom-
THE AisITCI0'.0 COITRIEIL ASHKBORO. N. c
II ? TTJ', II - 1, i TT TN 1 I "TN
there; but the coor and the .nA wmW v,v.
there, also. And here, ..5 ,1 1 lm! : .
in troops the colored people ; .j "7
vita MBaa dcwm in wirrnw. fnr wall. ' ... .
j.-j m . v "r : VvV : IT- -1 penence is is one or the btt rem-
Zrm.- YTj -IT j r""?. edies made
1 y ex-
one of the btt
. i. ' i i
2 S LI chitis and weak lungs At the same
VJl-j ff .-tune it builds up the sysU-ra, gives
npathetic fnend. It was a ,y j u.,fli. ui K. j ' n--..-.
y , , uy jvuu vv virc u.ij. line
allUCCU, 1 - I.. ..
wuo scuiw irura ucifiniunir 10 ; , j.ju. n.
resolved itself into a picture of " " V"u '".t
,,, ., I, ; L.( j . tcacn mjiwi, aim i nave noi ieit oe-
. mrpassing beauty and tender- tr . t " ,. fnr voo T ..fc,K
ZTJI TSLlrJ" ten pounds more than Ih.ve
being knew her but sorrowed t, ,,
at ier death; and an odor of blessed- ' ,c,) JTi mrw
evieivaded . every thought when b "tNtt.
leeJe recalled her wonderful life. Bear's Emulsion strengthens that
; It ascy truly be said of Mrs. McAl- weak run down, nervous system. Im
istar that Bhe was a remarkable wo-1 proves the appetitite and builds up the
man. Her personality was marked by weak lunirs. Hundreds of DeoDle are
ef the traits that distinguished 'usine it and savin? it is the best thinir
kmoted father. The same force 'they ever tried, bold by leading drus-
aad f&ar dT intellect, the same sim-'gists.
gas, cawavering iaitn, tne same single
' if""! adherence to truth, the same
promising steauiastness oi
i . . ml
xoeae are rare cnaraciensucs. iney
! mqAj high spirit, strength, courage.
'Jto llcAlister had them all. Those
"THINGS I WISH I HAD
KNOWN BEFORE I WAS 21"
-d knew her best will affirm that
' she was never known to hide a con
t iottam, to abandon a principle or to
a. friend. She was a whole.
woman, always true to her col-
n.jLrzys opposed to wrong, alwavs
tte ade oi ngnt, always reaciy 10
a. helping hand, in this she
an. example to all, and an exam-
m the true femininity that
Some' time ago three leading, men j
spoKe at a men s meeting in Cleveland
on the subject: "Things I Wish I Had
Known Before I Was 21." G. Leonard
Fels, the first speaker, gave the re
ports sent . in by twenty-two men.
Here they are:
1. What I was going to do for a
living. What my life work would be.
2 That my health after 30 years
depneded to a large degree upon what
i pui into my stomach Del ore 1 was
these stronar and
In her home she was a aueenl 3. How to take care of money,
loyal wife and tenderest moth- 4. The commercial asset of being
hex church she was a polished neatly and sensibly dressed
She early learned to o. That a man's habits are mighty
serve the Master, and the hard to change after he is 21.
light of heavenly grace kindled in heri 6. That a harvest depends upon
. at a tender age, continued to tne seea sown; wneat produces wheat,
trSit ever-increasing radiance to thistles bring forth thistles; ragweeds
tfce csy God. called her home. Her
disposition presented qualities
i angularly noble and generous. SJie
m characteristically warm-hearted,
mSadiimaia. and courageous. A per-
aff more tenacious Dureose or
convictions it would be difficult for nothing.
gine. These, sanctified by hea
drace, rendered her
m ft""i i woman, nobly planned,
'Sawn, to counsel and command."
Of every relation she sustained in
He she performed x the duties consci
eatiaaaly and in the fear of God. She
hai, consuming passion for right
; eeewess and the salvation of souls.
2. She was ever attentive to the cry of
iJoffeong and distress, whether it
bam her own home community
spoil good pasture.?; nnd wild oats
"ft - mat Spanish mode -Are
flourishing in the sunshine oi"
fashion's approval we find them
exploited In unexpected places. These
picturesque stylesthe wide skirts,
dangling ornaments, shawl draperies,
brilliant embroideries, sasbes and
fringes one would not expect to flhd
In dresses for practical wear, but they
are reflected In work-a-day clothes for
fall as well as dressier things. They
are romantic touches, artfully handled
and they give a new flavor to prac
tical dresses for all-day wear, like
those which are pictured above.
A good an example as could be
selected of the Spanish influence a'
it appear In the practical dress for
fall, Is shown at the left of the two
pictured. This dress is of trieotfne
and has a full skirt tfhlrred into' a
8. That you can't iret something S. P8JB. !t the low waistline. The
uoaice is mm ana almost smoothly
9. That the world would cive me1 fitting, bavins a loner shoulder ltn
just about what I deserved I and bound, arm's eye. The nearly
round neck supports a fringe-trimmed
" ' '1
sown will surely bring all kinds of
mirery and unhappiness.
7. That things worth while require
time, patience and work.
10. That by the sweat of mv brow
wouia i earn my bread. collar .nH th .im.
11. That a thorough education-Hot 1 the lining, are also finished with
mJIi bnngs the best of every- matche8 the aresg ln c6llX: it 1 iet
SS fcXfmoS JLXSt- the .kH'eSendfr
some luxuries and nleasures f lif.l mroanQ w wae" ! hack, the last
row at-the bottom edge. A heavy silt
cord, tacked to place, provides the
girdle. Altogether this a very attract
ive dress, with its faint Spanish ac
cent accountable for Its novelty and
Another dree that will Interest
young wearer appear at the right
It Is a tailored model which refuse
to be entirely serious-minded d bor
rows a fringed sash and single em
broidery motif on the bodice . from
Spanish mode. It Is a little wayward
at the hem line, where it break into
points, calling particular attention to
the fact with three row of braid,
that looks like embroidery, and de
fines the point. The sleeve are el
bow length - and set-In, the sash of
crepe-satln with chenille fringe and
there Is a staid little tailored bow of
It, at the neck line, topping off a fin
ish In which satin-covered button
and narrow fold insist upon the' prac
tical .character of the irock. It can'
be made of any of the usual suiting.
getter folks to live and eaT'with, and
best of ail, the genuine satisfaction
fmxferfiietaat- pacta beyond, the .esaai Uhatoa -are eomebwiy wwtliy gf
t& RuUftfiS'. no popularity; .s-ie sprct at e -, ijcienee arKl t:.c r
Everything in this big store is on sale at the low
est prices that have prevailed in many years, the
. bargains offered here are remarkable.
All Ladies' Suits, Coats
and Dresses included
in this Sale
LADIES' COATS, 3.98
Ladies' and Misses' heavy velour coats, values up ; '
$15.00 COATS. $6.85 ,
Ladies' fine all wool coats; ome with fur collars
in greys, browns, taupe, etc. Values up to $15.00
$25.00 COATS, $15.00
Ladies' coats, all this season's best values, priced
v-IdlesaU Vobyo and serge "dresses, values' i
;, and, tho.e who were
"e iier :vr . strict.
IZ... 11 t
not Ciy i ,
mil si.-o c.
lA&y JiiMuait of aiaiinnrtrfi
I . I W4..1UUIW W t VI U l, , II IjH, ' V.V.J Willtg!
.ansoast in their desire to serve her
and gain her esteem.
Wexahall. miss this noble woman
14. The folly of not
15. That evervthine-
TV world needs such as she, now as 'wanted me to do was right
sever hetore.to point our young girls, 16- lhat "dad" wasn't an old foy
t to society, and to keep 'after all. If I had done as he wished
wight the old traditions of Christian jn to do, I would be much better off
' nd constancy of devotion, of j physically, mentally and morally.
, sattedy love and patience, and of 17. What it really means to feth-
"" z faith and Parity. We er and mother to raise their son. j
.1J'nt-IK' her ami profoundly sympa- 18. What hardships ''and disappoint-'
.-- wft tnose whose loss in her i8;ments would be entailed by neglect of i
Jtfeparhble. For herself, she needs no mv parents' wishes.
! ' I .19. The greatness of the opportu-1
Sm was near the sunset hour of the nity and joy of serving my fellowman. !
Messed Sabbath she loved so wpI! nii 20. That Gors relati
ammt tte natal day of the Master she w&s just as helpful and delightful as
MAam long trusted and followed with that of a good shepherd toward his
that her gqntle spirit sneeP ot of a father toward his son.
teflei away on the bosom of that 21 A faithful friend is a strong
Wttuta; river which flows with re-defense. He tbftt hath found a friend
suite sweep into the shoreless sea.,ath' found a treasure. A poor man
that she is gone she has!may be said td be rich in the midst of
not left behind her on this sin-burden-! nis poverty so long as h. eniovs th
cacnth a purer spirit or more hrn- interior sunshine of a devoted friend
t. C. WALKEB,
' If ku beennounced by the Inter
slata Cweme.rce Commission that
I'mmt will be m further operation of
t lie nOroad between fineh urst and
Carthage. Toe reason 'given was that
ilmzm mat no. public necessity for the
Tonuimaiion or tw line The last
rata ran between these points Jan-
22. Friendshio cheers liii a
bcam, charmslike a good story, in.
spires like a brave' leader,, binds like
a gclden, chain, guides like star. .
" AI1D PADIS-
v . J .;. v ! .
" VTUD the muery of racking pain.
ZUv bottle of Sloan' Lini
menf - hand) ' and apply when
i tvtx feel the acfce or pauu - V , v
i tinicUy eases the pain and send
" jif of warmth through the
- part . Sloan's LinimentJnetraui
-nMinf.. , --
i. K'lrainaand strains, stiS joints,
k and sore miinclcs. . v '
rty years pain' enemy. :; Ask
' !r. '
'rht93Sc, 70c, f 1.40.
mm mtmm tin,,. . n
Moses Mosler, the pioneer builder
of and president of the Mosler Safe
Company ' died euddetily in Grand
Lanyon. Ariz.,: last week while on Ms
way east after a pleacnre trio throjirh
the West.' Mr. Mosler was born in
Cincinnati tfryear ago: - ' -
PIE yiorent'paroJcysms of couching.
oon eased by Dr. 'King' Newt
Discovery, . Fifty year a standard 1,
i remedy for coldat' Children like it..'
No harmful drugs. All druggists, 60c, ';
t Tr - r
: ( 1 r. I
Made to SuitYom-Txste
W havt for fmui catered to th cigarett
smokinof Ataeriefc'-''.;'' . '
With tbk cKrWac, w created Om' Ekvea
"I iVriMe to Salt Voar-TMt'e." of th
WorW (hre grattot cigarette tobacco"
' ' JTWUUSaW Arena .
1-VBtClNIA, fbrMiktKU . ".
WY.torMeBowpe' ; 'v'.'
1 W aatMd thea Qa leveathc'adret oVoarL'
ioaie effio, W r Vooi of their tacoMi.
Have You TnedmT-S
a f f I I
Hqiv to Succeed '
In Ht Krf - ! full, (fc.rlh.il In nur n.w c.tlo, Hnlftl
Hid (im.riuiiiilrt hi t, i,u,m, ,Mi wr,j m,.(n , rln
tHkkii.-i, lni..i;raplii m. Hi,.i, wcTPtMrim km) bnnkors
lnr r.l,i.,p !,, n d,.,,,,,,,,! t tal(ff nlari,,, yr,j
.M1'UI t VT 111 HI AC: low Mill.,., t,i.- .,,,1 n,itr -
pii-; Hi. .run I) miitw I'T hltli-rriMlo teaman ,nr..i
any time; rM,.,. n ill ,.,..,, aur.,l. i.,ia blud onimi
also gHeB, vrita fr cauin now.
One lot of Ladies' Suits, values up to $18.50, aW;
; $25.00 Suits for
Ladies' Singer brothers' $50.00 Suits for
NORTH CAROLINA WOOL BLANKETS
READY If OR CQLD WEATHER
- : 11-4 Cotton Blankets ,
uuuu Xl-k ana J.Z-4 WOn K nnlrota in fn i T '