North Carolina Newspapers

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THE MONROE JOURNAL
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G. it.
R. K.
ii!-.ASLfcY, (
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Pi lUSHESt.
Tl tSD.W August it, t.j.
On the RuaJ to tlx Chain Uang.
A It i r I u i,u Tlie Joli nal cop
irl a d;:"iiiii.iii 1,1 an aliped Mmil
ti lufatrU iu tlie optu oil llie Coat
txrUn-u ltljn atij Linvilie.
It timte a I'ii tmc.juf aliiir auJ
e resrj sjine tlW.t at lu llir
genuiuruess uf tlir jiii.lt-, ln.t it sr-tn.
to have Wrn twrnlly dcwnltJ.
That, tumrvrr, i i,.. tl.c ctij if ttie
niattrr. The ImI.I iiiountaiiirtMs an
no j Hying along t.marJs Die chaiu
gaiip, just n ini!.! I.ate t'eru rtprct
ed liu an utlicri Kit llic law lio IwJ
a lufkl uiic .--tioiilJ haj'i'ta lo come
along. The llit'eusro CurrrspouJ
rut ui The Nes ami Ul.serter -at
that the mil lit met it tale last Tur
dav. The riry i at Mien:
"Allli. utli a lu'l atvouut ut t.V
public t'riatnii ul this iiiouiiMiu a-,
luou Hit put'llhrj 111 the c auj
Olnrfrver two pt..s jt,u, 110 f n.nt '
ohatevei, II terms, was tin.le ly the
local auth .iitit-s to sti-rt-s it. The '
Drmocut ut last ttrrit .;iNil;eJ tllr
Nes ami OIm-i vt-r ai licit- m full, ami
i-rniril to thniK that tlie l uitt-J State I
revenue ittticrr mere ti:e .'lies at lault
till not in.iLmc auv arrest, ainaieutly
ublivioiis ul the Uct that iiujrr the
Yatt law, it !?caiiie tin- tiuty ot the
Slate am the county auttt. -lilies It.
entorce tlie !a. I ul .'ttmi.itely toi
the lilui.l tic.'-:, it seeiim i!..tt the pub
Iu an it as m i le i-t pi ,-r hi the
IkiIJiii,; ul W .italic,,! Supri; t ccsut h
NO l l:V.H IT UINUATE.
!
W IT MIMNU.
A Ilea lor the Cheerful Soul U ba
the tti'ltl, tlii..in ttth ilui.livn
ih
that situicr t-l hi
Shan . As soon a;
he in (iille,! :t the
. ipt ls c;n.l lv
I'lu.ro, Jiii!i;e
hi- tea lul Ik ciu
Urts iciati'J 1:1 the
. t i v l-e t: ;;. IU
luuiii! them to he 11.1t mly tine, hut
thai the names t the nu n 1 imrnii the
liei .-ie well k:i..wii.
He iimur lutely i--. it-1 a bench
wairant tor tlie ane-t , J .r t inmc am!
Miles Towil-eliil. I hire .lf';itv Stirf.
ills all. I a l'iiite.1 Statf S i!eMit y ma: -!l
all pro. ee.le,! to the j-Sai e .!t . 1 ibed.
i!i'o'i J a . j 1 1 . 1 ti-i 111 the lot in ,
pulli-J out a pint I... ttie ot h.jm.i an.!
then pioiii .ii J t.i pull the pu.pio tiii s.
" 1 he-e eie J-e Crump, ot Ca'.l
well, an. I Miles 1 , i ii-en.l, ul Shuli s
Mills. A i;ovel'lli.ent ll.t'li-e m the
luine .1! K .1 1- 1. 11, 1. ui u.i-la.lii j
to one ot t!:e oahs in si le tlie l.utiess.
Soon alte: die airr-t ! tin se men a!
tvitnl on u.lv vniinil 011 tin- hen. I
itml Miiit evtein.il tt 11 1- The
ImimIUt Imv es,il ithout tu
jury.
A liti'f U.iu-ht-r .' Mr. Main. 111 j . t
Tliivatl i ety M k. j
A suin-viul iiio-tii' :it Ml. '
1 it-iLstiit lUplist i liun li. eoii.liirti (I
! l.'i'V. I. A. Sniili r ami Krnot '
M. II.111 is. t-liwM-il tins lu.uuin. J
Tlll'tV 11 tfllilH'nilUV IlMJIH-i
.io;tlite. ut M. IMtMNUIil hlt
ihIik-mI.iv alii-t iUKiti. K I. tiixxl
ill;tit flivtnl ptllilellt, H.-lllJ
IN-tii'lSir viir pivMili tit an. I M. A.
tKU.riie Mi-ri'litrv. The tiiM meet
lll ul (lie h-.iile will U- the tl ll
ty ninth uf An-, nt tlinv .'i ( k.
The puliiic i tiixiteil tu attiml.
A proyr.iut ol even Im- ill lie ar
r.iiii,'.-d later. M. 1!.
' Material and an Intellectual
l'eat at aha.
! 1' ,r ,1... i s- ..I I 'I.- l..(Vi!
; V'aha. Ait;:. IT. IViilav ai
tin-'lay fur the ujn-tim exen iso
iil ain'llier a IiimiI year of the V a ;
h.i Institute. !
Nolue i.f tin- sjie.ikelis wloj i-n-i
i-pe tiii tu In- u i'!i us l iilnl ! ;i-t i
In iv but i- mere fuittiiiale 111 h.n ;
in; s,,nic isitinr ti n-inls to .,. tl,,
praktti ami tin it well.
Ke. Mi-Mstsi, 11,-inv liyi Htll lllol
t ai l Wulii-, tin- ho inn a Mm ui
aha ami the latter alsu ul the
luliuly ul t 111011, uuw liulli in the
lulliisliy uf the ),'usiel. i te pies
in ami iiteilaitieil the aiiiln iue
uith Bunts uf .sulHTiies. am) wis
e uriiutioeJ.
j M i K.ins, h. s ye ns
! nl.l, aS a society w.'in.in. i:l
mat 1 icJ 1. vans m tS'is. l.a-t
Wt.Itiis !.iy sht li'eJ su.t It Ji
vorce. allcnoiin; Jii;i.ktiit!iss .ui I
IV. in I at the Mint tin e
jnitiuliiij; thai tier tiu-o.ii 1 p.;.
$MH!f: tetit iT the !iru k iipn li
l th-.' C 'tiHativ il tth .h ho i;i
, m n.ij;tt The jt rl. M--!
lr. ins asierteJ, tel .!t.I t, l ,
I an.l, in aJ;t;.a, hc a.ske-l an 1 :'
j .!i-r ns; taiiiir l!aiis li in .Ls
j pi-S!l' it t a!i.il'e 1.1,1
M.TM.S auJ tlUr t ;tty whicli
! shi- Sal 1 .lis 1 k 1 .'Hi ,! t in t.
I Mrs. I vans a:tr... !c ! tu ', h at
tftitvi.i list M it.ii ,! ;t,. tu
teanistes's "tt ikv by .!l iv:t'C '
her husb.ml s tr iti"l r u.i "is.
wh.vh the ri'Kii.'.ir timer refused ! I
to lak- out cl the t'arns f.r fiat!
i f yioleits-e at the h .p.!" . i tiu-j
strikers. Mrs. Cv.nis n.i lj six-,
ir -.l tt ps, per, lit. i i ti tl:o se i. 1 1
l lus; triu'k. bitAciii iur l;i:s
bar.ili l.i:t;s the liiM
h. rs.s, i!ri iiiij ti iiV.-s.i ti.r lii;!'
( I- W,!s ,'f J.-l llt'o s 1 1 1 Is l IS, I 1,1, ( '
at ."1eafin lvrah:h.
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W 11; il.-, Ai:. I V
, ! "1 1 ,n I . ! liMi tm
lliani !i hint u t e
paslui lias Ih fit Assist,-,) b r!v .i.f;e
ii"t l.iitie.-l thi" pla.v ami r. J.
A.l.mi" ul hai !utte. Ir. Ail
it, is d .s Ui n ..ine ! the
ino.est pn a!m e have ever
lie. ml. .- h ii .l.es ln Miluevt"
eil ami haves m part umtis
eiivsetl. lie li..;.!s nil (he ,ive of
'"I in .n ii a 111.11 u. 1 ihat It s.-. m
ill.ll liulie e-Oi'tl 11 i.-. l him. Kolir
t 11 h.nt ..iie.ul v luiu, i ami -i
U.ips ..il,. is vv.il iuiiu. li.ipi.siu
as .xiii; i,i-i. ii , I ,h.i , J'.isiur
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Mi. 1'iiii si l"i.ioh ; Ion k ,. iiii. .
V. s .. an.l M,s,.
Aiile int.. I, u!
There isn't
A Dangerous Runaway. js'ept ith M15. I vans in ! n ir
' ''" ' 1 fj!y escateJ beim; struck by the
'" A'V- H.-MIKI bullet hreJ at the latt ,r Mi"- 1K, ... , . .
I ruv i.l, m-e is lavurin this "eeiiun e. 1.1 . .1 . .... .. 1 ' Keport Ivipg tirculatetl is a
ilh lieaulilul iiuen. ut rain ami .l ,1. . c l -MistaVe - Mvtemenls the' lives to he Happy
.., , ,. the shot. hreJ in quick suiccssum, . i, i vi
A. .. "." ' ' r: anJ a scream Irom Mrs. !" jns.ho: . .-r .nccimg
iui" niurinu- a irveii year i'lil
U.y of Mr. R I. t;,Klm .airn j exr,rd al or";c "h ,ut a "''
very near l.iii his life iu a ruua l1""" c)ute.l n.i
ay. Mr. tinHliaiii bait Mist piitj't'e iita.1 b.sfy ni l Si Kv.u:
I11 liursa" to the luitV ami put tii staujins; 111 the center ot the t 01
of hi" iiiall Ihivh III the luijry. be Hi retllaineJ a 111. 'incut is .1
liHusa lf "lepjuM Uu k t the liuii".-, S!)e!l t.juu.l, then has'iiv 1.:'..
. 1 1..... .1. . ..1.. 1 i I . .
.-...,,.,.,.. nimii iiieeuiitiivii cuimiii; as tie ueiit. Ill t:ie in
111 rare of th hoi".- The hu.-,- (usK1(1 ,hj, r!If ue l e KI: tU
lavauie 11 i-iiiemtt ami r.111 aerow
anything in the!
than a'
He
jw.-iM nvre Jit;rect'le
. inning pers,in.
Theaii.m.,1 ,e uhpM j( j, js hn,
1." 1 ". ' '"-i'l ' "'""e it it ii co!J. He whines
I lol.i. T he . .. ., .
ai mis. ue nines at everything
Whine, whine, whine.
: mi-'ii,; tiiu-e
, net- .Viuiiti.iy .
lhi" nun su
slililent" eliluiii
'' an- b... 11. 1.o,
!he plibiit- m i.o,
!iu ,tle si-.li .
i.iiu : 1 u 1,1
Ml. Uiu"!.o,
It is just a habit he has (alien
intj. There is nothing the mat
ter with hun. It is just a bad
habtt.
The whiner is generally an L'le
pstso'i 01 a lazy one. What he!
iiti, ! is to be set tu work. At
real h-rl work, mental or ph
ic.I Sjtne work that will
encase his wh.ile attention and he
wi.l mt have time to whine.
We know two women. One of
Until ami tin tn d.n'S her own housekeeping
!es!,itu ait .0 I t iki s c ire o( her things be-
ho etll.-i.il si li,,i s j
.1 t.'
the 11 il lit I h-i ut
I I", uf uhi. li
; "imh i.ts. hen
! open." ami llutM
enlr ai 1 ie the
e. .t if 'mi.
.i mi" uf t 'leir
ode
l
V'"itm- his 1 1 iv. mute.
I". .1. A. N liii.inis. ihtswisi-k.
hi ...
11 nun e an- uii n iieir
ie 11 li.at tin ie an- "everil eases nf
M l 111 tl,.- v lii.i-. aml euiiiiiiiinity
ut Hi. ie is n .. heie n..t h is there
11 hot .11 e.is. am! Ihat a." Hot
She is happy and tinging
a!! the day long. The keyboard
rl Iur life sounds no whining note.
It 's a pleasure to be with her. a
t." ' I. wholesome tonic to watch
her.
The other woman is so situated
th it she does not have In wotk
Nothing to do but to amuse her
scif. She has no est in life, no
interest in anything. She is
t'unch of seitisness and whines at
everything. Whining has become
.such a habit with her that her
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Our Bargains
Kuow No Bounds!
wlli il Si me 1 I Me ;
tit cut the h t-es tl 1
the nun w ith her ii
re-.'.'e I with ut l -e 11;
icsti-J.
ti,
- l! .
las!-
! ,T'
I f t'.rO
hv Communities Are staniuint.
'..It l.i, ti .1 h.'lo. Tile J lu.lv
i ll l.onu- "it k.
A im in t ,.f uiu .,. s ami
in ",,., ,, !,,, ,,, ,.,,;,.,. ,,,,)
e .ue I0.1i !i i.i-'if 1I1, in up nn. I
kji't e an- -I.nl t ,1 them ,i
I'a'l- Will U .1 i!u,iit p.niv
l.eie I Hill s.t, iy - IV . n l.y ,,- j
men 0.1,1 jiiiiiK Oit.nj tu the j
:.olo s h,, s,Kru to ,.,t, r
ui:u
11
ii
0111.
I .'
team enten ,i
LiviiKsl .1 a!
lite pi is n. 1 s
ami in it: II 1
1 ah w is paii
hi.'li was ,.
"tir." I. iv
lip. bet a villi a:
an. lie u ,1: oiei I .i.
oil Se.i ho,r. II
his vt a.-n a;, I 1 .111
llllll. I if ita- -ever,
an, I is ima ,11
tiial''
AuJ so u e si ! ite
Thomas Je;;. 1 .0:.
I..
.It li e
t 1 to
II.- il
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: ' ... I lil. pi o en
I -I .it the p
i.- Observer
II -pernhm,- s.
-.a h je.ir
1. .1 m.u m.!.
p'e I!
en. itatl
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e I .11 t
ite 11,1, .
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is i ! tl.e
.lesli.uo,
-11. S i.l-1
4 ae, .1:111
pupo-i
ei ate in
11 ut the !
pietty t-ll
i' iloi.'t linn. I
I liie Ii piur
elit-lte the
k!e il .wn to
' ni; tarn
The pi p.. -ill .(. t ,
ill b .mis ! ! I nll.ei :
in Meekln:1-:!!- vv.i. I.
last Tues.!ay. Mi.
that the etitinty is n
(o,ooo up in lis .
layiiic ah, u( t
wl.uii pj.e tie
euuutji am mi t
pl'iposltloll.
Wc t Xteii, lie
season to our 1
lor Mitms; out
Weihn s.htv Tl
Rai '011s in 1 1 - 1 . :p !
tloll t 1 ,lli ,1:.- tiilel les t
the I mil Has ,t; v,,!e I
sain:' tune a;;,l uitii the
It lo,,ks hhe tlie inn - ,1:1
ilranii down li t ie, ai..I u
trliini! ti e tt.iks !i . vote
out thai it llo-y uitee ,
la they 111 iy ,1- I ie
llllsiness in t -I I ,,- ,
paiuii .ii;.iiii. Mm I iiei
'I lie ii-ui... K -ei. 1 , ,.,, t,,-,.r
e'ls K I ami nuitilereJ
Mis. I'.eairi, near S'.ite-ville, an.l
tluew l,i-i lunly in a hi II, h is tiii-J ut
Statesville list week, couvieti-,1 in
short onler, williout appeal, am s-n-tented
tu he Inured within jo days.
Thin in a ri edit to tlie enmity of lie
dell.
The Seaboard Air l.inr has been the
subject f a bi rail r a 1 deal by
which it becoiiu-j a pait of the Koek
Island ami St, I.oun and S.m I ran
Cisco, The total mib-ac of these
thret systtnii will lie iyn), and tlie
system will operate from the 1'aiific
to the Atlantic. This is but one nf
the steps that ,ne leading to a final
consolidation of all the railroads of
the country, and need occasion no
surprise whatever.
How to Build I p the Country.
Pr i-t'- S..IHU..H ..f th.-1 ,,u. ii-y .f,.i.i,.m I
The country school i, single-!
handed, powerless to save our!
country boys and girls from;
making our country and city j
problem worst) and worse. We!
need industrial training more j
Kev. Henry Soke uf the South
t arulina euiil. ieiue. whom V.i
haw pruiiiliv elaitii" a" an adopted
I ""li. Ill til l! he M-ciiiei! one ol he
; fair ilnii-htet" as a life eoiup iiiiuii.
W is the Ullltol ut llie t!.,y. 111."
"pi-eell w.isa gem liuiu Mint i, i.
j Isll. Mis atnlieiiee w a." del e;hti il.
Then was i nt 1 ntlin-fil M is.st he.ii"
of I'lui t it. V. f., a giailuate of
the H.lptlsl remale I iiiveisily ul
li' ileioji. Mi"-1 hoars 1, a 'i:ulii
ate in el. lent ion and reiiilon-il to
u-eitatiotis. one. "In- siid, l'o tin-
"iing 1 ph- ami fur the hi!
iln-ii. All wen- pleased, ami the
n-eltel- iliipresseil lu-iself .is a I ,v
ul n-.l! ellltille am) one pluheiel.l
111 I In- nil uf eues.Miui. I'ml.
U alkei . w ho is .1! way oii the . del t. .
ami is 1 1 f is t 1 1 tu his thought and
I. lb.. is hn- iln-lie-l .ue! highest go.,,1
ul his euiiitiiiiiiily. ami espieiallv
ufW avh iw liistilule, seeiiieil the
" rv iee uf M i" t hears a,s tlie iii!h
le.iil.tr in the ahaw m-IiooI,
Ihiuiigh the - 1 1 1 1 itmiial luin-an -il
l lam, j li.llelgh. She eulm s Iu Us highly
t fast i nihiiseil us ,1 lady uf eiliital 1011
.111 the b-ml : ami 1 In Mi. 111 eli.n aelei .
w atler iihii nling mi atniMV
"piritiia!
as
In every c tiiniiinity wht
11 t st.,g inati, n and .1
is re t sit 111, thi tf ar
pi d'eleii s const ir.!.v
e.thi r 1 1. 'fis-i-
rec.li
".nil
a.:
r...
h,
1..
le the:
a hmi.ited -M.-ns in
ml i ho, l..ii,i!- .y them,
0111 -e, t.i m-11 111 at the
U-t ei le't 1 nvn unjer
1 u.i- s U 1-s.ie .
11 Hi. I.itto- s
le he - l.ill 'loin
' ! ail tl. .1 a. IS 111
1; "V ei 11 e 1 ho
; 1 1 1 a a ai!:i e, his
llhl the
so ...t iipK .I by t'apt. .Inn t,n.
ind li! tllov e hi-l at an e.u !
lap!, l.iilhn wi! 1, 11, lil on
ttnl vpe. Is Iu h i-,,. H
' il III. I",
I 'i t t y ho lias In-, ii
p.nl ..I tin- ...inin,i
'lint. I'l. I'eriy .1
ntiirin',1 I:. .me
' s .lee. Ollp t'i'e-1 by ls.
w ho i,; spei,, "uini-t :me
t" V Is
l:o al
1 1
me
ami'
fur Hn
man. a
iiiii'iieetiiai ami
feist uf good thing
spread fur llie m.ilei ial luaii. The
guild woini ii pun nleil a m li lep.isl
fur 1 hose present ami all eiioe, it
with s. 11 ial good cheer ami appie
t eiatniii. s, t losed nnnilier i-dut a
i li.uial day at U axhaw Insliiut,..
i All the leaelii.swi.-e prc-seiil uni
i-litet up. .11 Ih,. ilulies uf tl(. m-w
"ehool year w illi f.nlli tu men .mil
faith in 1 ;hI. and a high aim to
make the sehonl more piuspen.il"
ami ilesei v ing than ever. The
upeiiing' was Very e neoiiiaging.
Alitiut ll"i were present 011 the
lust ilay.
Shot Mis W ife s Mead Off
K.Ot-,1- . I'.v .'.4l!. I,, 1,,
ieort;e 11. Kvans, manager i f
the An ericin Transfer Company,
mitrdirtd hn wife, Mrs. LiMie
Maude 1 vans, at their home in
the southern portion of the city,
early to day Later he was found
dead in St. Mary's cemetery, two
nnies distant, having shot him
self. Mrs Kvans was attacked as
she lay asleep. According to a
servant gir!, the only witness lj
the tragedy, Kvans entered his
wife's apartment at about day
light and fired two shots at her.
Neitl er shot took effect and then
dragging Mrs. Kvans toward him I
by the hair, he deliberately placed
his revolver against the back of
her neck and fired. The shot
literally blew the woman's head
i ff. In the dim light the servant
was unable to recognize the mur
derer positively as Kvans, but
informed the police when the
alarm was given that she believed
she rec-giiie l the voice as his.
Kvans escaped and was found
o ily after several hour's search
than nnvthiniF ilcn v h.,u 1 Mrs- I-vans had feared that her
teach a variety of the ordinary I ';u:,ua"u was K0,nK to harm her.
industrial trades. Hut particu-i Se locked lhe d,JOr of her r0(,r"
larlywe should foster the hand ' ! hen she n ,irfd' b,a by slrange
arts and ends that nre peculi- f'!,aIl,y unfastene.l it during the
larly adapted for the practice in , .Km ,u on,e ,resn a,r-
an atmosphere of quiet, close to!l'-vans en,ercd 'he "se through
nature, and where there are vast ' 'he pan.1 near which
treasures of time running to waste s.uml)rclla M ,ounJ to-day.
from lack of employment. We1 ?nd aPPlrenly et directly to
ma woe 9 room.
Miss Hettie Hums
have list of more than thirty
arts, crafts and small industries
well adapted tocountry conditions
and which are already successful
in different places. We should
make a good deal of reading in
history, literature and the sciences
and the study of science directly
from nature. And so we shall
train up a capable and hope'ul
gei eration for the self-existence of
a normal country life; and those
we send to the city will have each
his or her cr.lt in hard, will have
ideals and some ability to do all
they dart dream of.
a neighbor,
We like best to call J
scorrs emulsion 5
a food because it stands so em
phatically for perfect nutrition.
nna yei in trie matter of restor- d
ing appetite, of giving new 1
strength to the tissues, especially i
to the nerves, its action is that f
ot a medicine. f
KTTTTa BOWNL -
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' at:, I w .met), tn'.iji I u ;- , P., t; ' , .
I.iv.ilnw. :
i I'Si llie,. lir;tet:ty ti, -n ti
in. an the i: n !;;i ti I ;lo:r 1 w;. p,.,
ii si i i ii'ii aiui p iii.i ii iiir.r III 1- I ie to.
it ,,,,, . mi -i ,ioi ue, i,ie n .ss i t.i i,. I.,-,- t; Hllllllll
si il, the I. tests, the muu-i.us. the. -K at Mi-, u. M. SamluiV
rivets an 1 even their i.n'i a,!- M. .imh is i-
and w.-n.!er why wtth the p .'" "" '-i''
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l iley l.nl t . real .-. 't;ut ;t tJri pC 1 "J
simply a ditt r. tu- btlw eu X. i 'A miumji XmiLtL
men and women who . . u, y tin fi
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lug ei lllsiun ,i V gtoli iViii
he given In I'linharn Ihimlv. O
I'nre ,-ipp!.- vim -g ir t r pi.-kitng
purposes ,,t -".iw s. i "-
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l-st-.its oil llullgh's ,-xt lls,, n, xt
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most casual remark is tinged w ith
a whine. She is miserable her
self and makes everybody else in
her presence miserable. She is
a weakling, a paras'tc. A drag,
a heavy weight on somebody all
the tune.
11 et the w hine out of your voice,
jt r it will stop the develypcment
, and growth of your body. It will
narrow and shrink your mind. It
will ill iv c away your friends. It
will make ou unpopular.
tjuit your winning. Urace up.
do to work. lie something. Kill
y uirpiaie in the universe. In
ste.id of whining around exciting
only pity ami contempt, face
about and make something of
yuistlf. K.;ach up to the stat
ure of a strong, ennobling man-
h o id, t,( the beauty and strength
I a supeib womanhood.
Inert' is ncthing the matter
wish you Just tjint your whin
mg and gn to work.
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I ind of Hitter light.
"'I wo phvsii i, ins h.ul a h.i
stubborn light with an iiKiins oh
my right lung' w i ites.1. -'. Iluhei1
ul liiil'oiit. I i.i. --.liiii gm,. I,,,. n,.
; l.veij li ny thought mv liuiu had
1 eume. As a last n-suit lu., i,,
King's New liiseuveiA ho- ,, '
j Mllnplloli. The lienelil leoeivt il
j was "Hiking ami I was mi my .-. :
I in a f,-w day s. Now I've i-min-he
teg', lined my health. " It e..n,Uii:s
all Cough". Colds ami Thioai ui '
l.tlllg'tlollliles. tin II, mi, -ed hv l--.ii-
lish iM ngCn. 'i u i- .-hic, ami lon.
Trial li ittle free.
(ic your nnlor for a first -class
(galvanized
aMnilBox.
L. H. THOMPSON,
General Insurance.
Fire, I. ite, Aeiident, lli-a.lh, l.i.i
Inhty and all i !a--,-s ot (.a.
sinani-e. (July I tie best mid
companies repn st-nied I i
ly solicit yum p..ti mage an I .mi ,n
tee prompt mi l elt:,ii-i,t servue (if
lice west of com thouse. I'h. me No, i
Horse
Health !
Iiavc two stylos, in one of which
vow can he suited.
rues arc reasonable. Call and exam
ine them.
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Wo are plunging ahead, captivating more and more peoplo
every week with our surprising bargains. It's your privilege
to choose frely from these values now. Botter ones couldn't
be. "as good" ones are hard to find if you do find as good,
they won't be as cheap as ours.
Silks and Dress Goods.
The mMt comprehensive, the must elabor
ate, by all odds the must worthy shouting
we hate ever made, and the price well,
you will hourpriwil, that's all.
Corded Taflctas. worth oSc, special at iK.
Wash Silk, worth 50c. special at AJlc.
Yard w idc Taffeta Silk, no better for $1.25,
special at Wc.
36 inch w Me Jap 5ilk at 50c a yard.
JM inch while .Slk at 75c a yard
Peau de Crepe Silk, in all shades, the latest
thing in Silks at Vc a yard.
The Celebrated IWthaldi Silk, yard wide,
special at SI.2S. This 5ilk is guaranteed in
every respect.
Wash Goods.
Another big lot of Mill Ends put on sale
today.
12k M K at 7 a y ard,
lite Lawn at 7c a yard- !
Good Calico at S cents a yard.
2tte Madras at lite. '
lull line of Whitedoods for dresses, aists,
etc., at prkes to suit all purges.
Miscellaneous.
75c 5treaclh Sea::i l'raers,SWt.ial at ,Sc.
$I.IW Shirt.s."5peci.i nt
Suspenders 5c up.
511 dtwen Swks, worth 2llc, the lot .-pecin!
at lite a pair.
Hte Sock at 5c a pair.
Specials to olfcr in Clothing. See it.
Shoes.
The brightest, the snappiest .Spring 5hoes
produced are here for your Selection.
Children's, miss-."' ad l.idicV tfrds.
Cat- Leather, hluchers, and Strap-
W'e Mil (.lueen Quality (Mnrds $2 50
SJ.INI; all the new .hntws: see them.
A Millinery Meant v Show.
A surprising exhibit of New 5ummcr Millinery. The Pnris Hat and our cm n matchless
creations. We are splendidly equipped to meet your millinery wants. S!m inr :l t.,,j!t.s
variety of choicest Netting at ju.it the price you want to pav. New Parasols, the latest nnd
prettiest for summer, just received and at prices that u ill interest vmr. Cmne to tuis store
for your want and you will find it.
BELK BROTH
Cheapest Store on Karth.
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Fur imttinc in prime condition
any horse or mule the hrst of all
remcilies is Ashrraft's Condition
Powders. These Powders are won
derfttlly ?fTMtive liecattse they ire
ate appetite, the digestion is made
perfect, worms uml parasites de
stroyed, and the system cleansed
of all gross humors. The iw.
ucrs fatten but never Moat.
Ashcraft s Condition Powders
are wrapped in doses. In fact, in
their preparation the same care is
used that a druggist would exor
cise in the filling of a physician's
prescription. High grade and real
merit is the first consideration.
Ashcraft s Powders consist nf
small doses, prepared from ii
purest and highly concentrated in
gredients, that have been fim,t
beneficial to horses and mules.
Ashcratt s Condition PowiWi
always high grade are not to be
Classed with the many bulky, gtmd-for-cverything
powders now on th
market.
Ask for Ashcraft's, the kind put
up in doses, and good for horses
and mules only.
JUrlti lHt m.) iinri. r ronaiikw fnw.
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Price 25c. package Sold b
English Drug Company
Thehjeath-Lee
Hardware Co.
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The Prescription
Department
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of our store keeps Zc with
advanced medical science.
No matter how unusual the
ingredients of a prescription
may be, wj will fill it
Properly.
We kei p the drugi for it
the BLST. FRESHEST,
and PITREST.
C.N. Simpson, Jr.
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Come in at once and find out
m five good reasons why your
m mother should use a . Buck's
Rang..
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To Cure a Cold in One Dav
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iixauve ororao quinine Tablets. ft j
SMBtatsmieMhHstUasMikt. This SlSOiatnTG. fr&r
Cures Crto
in Two Days,
on every
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trwx DOX. 25C
Lost Hair
" M)r hair time out b7 th hsnd
ful, snd Iht gray bsirs brssa to
trrcpin. I tritd Ayei's Hslr Vicor,
sad il stopped the bi r from com
ing out ami rtstortd tht color."
Mrs. M. O.Crav, No. Si.em, Mass.
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara
tion is Aycr's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use ii
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
lUllgCi, UliVlt biiu muic c
clossv. And vou feel so fi
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara-
lion. ii m tMUt,
If ymmr Awrim asfiswH rmppif ym,
awW mm eiutiw au4 til ttyr
jnm hoit), af w fctWrtitiM mi
f mt asww iihw ov. AMrtN,
J. C. A VU UX. LvvvU, Mam.
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i Littleton Female College f
I ne of the ost prosperous schools in the South, with a I
I high standard of scholarship, locakj at a my popular Sum-
I mer Resort, and with a large patronnge from five states, ex- I
1 eoJ'ng from New Jersey to Moritla-an Institution Ihat is
uuing a great worn.
We will take a limited numtitr of pupils, inoludirg 2
Board and Full Literary Tuition for J52.90
per term on conditions made known on nrnlicatinn in 1
t t sr. . . m
ivtv. j. in. khodes. A. M Tres.. Littleton, N C.
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Opium, Laudanum. Cocalno and p.n D.-un Habits
mi I..M.II. I J. L . r - j . .... ...
p.... ,.,, wiiuuii, pa.D or Errrnuon irnni pus'iif., k-avmg no craving
tor drn(s or other timuluts. Wo tutor the rervcii, and phirl a-teins to
taelr aalural condltloa beraiim removt tht cautc ol disease. A home renwd
prtporad by aa emioenl physician
r,HB.Uil5iNT!l CUB, PREE THIAU TREATMENT
COOBdeBtlnl correspondeiic), e-cwJly with pbv-iiciaix, suliiitct. Write today,
uannaiun inorapsuxio Mieuciation
lira susMwtjr, How York Qltf
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