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TQB WEEKLY -JOURNAL
Puhliahed la Two Sactooaa, svery TW
Bare, W. U.;
CHARLES L. STEVENS
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Entered at the Postofflce,New Bent
m. CL a lecond-ciaat matter.
Settle Oae, Taetdsr. Jely M. 102
GREENSBORO FULFILLED ITS
The holding of the Democratic State
ConTentlon at Qreentboro this week
marked a new epoch Id the convention
line in this State.
In presenting Itsclalma forthecon
ventlon.'and securing the convention
upon inch repreaentatlom, the people of
Greensboro placed before themielves a
moat difficult taak.
Now that the conrentlon hat been
held, It can be aeen whether Greenaboro
Hred op to ha representation!, and car
ried ont Ite part ot the promiaes given
to thoae who should attend.
Theperhapi fifteen hundred and more
viaitori which visited Greenaboro dur
ing the convention dayi, gave evidence
that thoae who came believed that they
could be given the attention promised.
That all visitor were well treated, waa
hown by the absence of complaints.
In convention hall accommodations
the Grand Opera House afforded the
room, while every kind of mechanical
and human device for air, light and
physical comforts were given thoae lar
It was a great gathering of representa
tive citizens from every part of North
Carolina, in a city full of energy, pro
gress and enlightenment, yet one which
has not failed to learn and practice that
most graceful accomplishment of enter
taining, hospitably, comfortably and
Without personal restraint, all those who
may come within Its borders.
As in its business affairs and enter
prises, so in its convention, Greensboro
has made good what it promised.
. The convention ha not been merely a
gathering of citizens to nominate men
for political offices, It has been also a
gathering of men who have noted with
State pride the growth of Greensboro,
and been rejoiced In its splendid suc
cesses In material, educational and so
It hat been mote than political gain
to have visited Greensboro, It has been
to learn and actually see what local ef
fort can do In accomplishing great local
development. It has been an object les
son of vast profit to North Carolinians
throughout the State.
A SATISFIED DEMOCRACY.
No finer representation of North Car
olina citizenship could hava .been as
sembled, than that which met In Demo
cratic convention at Greensboro, July
v lth.;r ari " .; v' ' '7.
It Was not only a splendid gathering
of men from every profession and Grade,
bat It was one which seemed perfectly
satisfied with what Its party had accom
plished, ia the fulfillment of Kr political
pledge. . 1
And more than this ; was to be noted
the fact that It felt able to handle fu
ture problems, and bad no fear of what
' these problems might ta. f f
The Democracy of North Carolina hat
had much to contend vrftS h iUtttue,
yet It la on record that when true to Its
principles, It hat not failed to be given
power, and placed In control of the
Bute's latere!. -,. 1 ,:';,"
It may ba this prevalent thought irtth
the North Carolina Democracy, that it la
.eapeble to conduct affairs , of Bute,
' which give It the feeling of Inward
Satisfaction tad strength, which makes
it fearless in ha political battlea. .;i 4
There waa this note of a triumphant
Democracy I to be seen and felt In he
ureensDoro uonvonuoa. ; j; j '
It may be that lit inward satisfaction
was too great, that the outward danger
waa too greatly minimized, and. that
there is danger lurking, where none ap-
But if there ia a secret danger, If De
mocracy's political power In this State
Is threatened, the danger comes from
wiiLU Ute party. V ' " i;;il.'
1 e 1 it is not tie danger of Inability
decided, for the beat latereeU of the peo
ple, of which the Democracy hat to be
It only la the neglect of ha pledges
aad pro tabes, that danger can cosee,
No party can be falthleaa to what It
hat promised the people aad be kept la
power. It may feat Impregnable, but It
eaaaot stand anient trae to what It has
pledged ttself. "
Dasaocratle promisee stand on record,
are kaown to all citizens In North Caro
lina, and with their fulfillment rests ta
koaes of a eoatlaued Democracy tn
power to carry along every interest of a
ARB THE OLD CROWDED,
Qalte oftealn the public prats are
aeea articles, which tell of joangmea
whose ability have advanced them into
high positions of trust and reeponslbUI-
ty, which have been held by men muck
Ider in years.
It la this advancement of what are
called young mea, Into positions sup
posed to be only attainable by men past
middle age, which so often causes re
ports that old mea are being crowded
out of active business life by men com
It cannot be held or maintained by
facta, that the man of middle or past
middle age, It leu sure of his position as
a worker in the present day, than he
hat beea In past timet.
The question at what age It a man
young or old It debatable one, for there
are men who are old, to far being able
to attain better things, at twenty five
years, while there are others at fifty who
are capable of mental and physical
Being crowded out of the world's
workthop, is not to much a matter of
age, at it Is the lack of personal equip-
ment, mental, physical and moral. '
This being true, how necessary Is the
work of beginning right, and at an early
age, the building up of the Individual,
ao that life's battle can be successfully
waged, so that middle age shall find no
barrier to the individual growth In
character, of mental development, nor
shall the physical be found lacking to
austaln Its needed work for mind, soul
On every side can be teen splendid
types of manhood sua womanhood, who
may be old. as days, months and years
are counted, but who never show In
themselves the sign of vigor abated, of
mind weakened, but whose souls look
forth Into the world with eyes undlmmed
and character at strong for battle, at
though jutt beginning the conflict of
It It not that old men or old women
are crowded out by the young, but that
they have failed within themselves, be
cause of some lack of preparation, which
should have been made In the early days,
and because of this lack they must give
way before those who have fitted them
selves to hold positions of trust and re
Women and Jewels.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man that Is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that great
est of all jewels, health, Is often ruined
In the strenuous efforts to make or save
the money to purchase them. If a wo
man will risk her health to get a coveted
gem, then let her fortify herself against
the Insiduons consequences of coughs,
colds and bronchial affections by the
regular use of Dr. Boschee's German
8yrup. It wDl promptly arrest con
sumption In its early stages and heal the
affected lungs and bronchial tubes and
drive the dread disease from the system.
It It not a care-all, bat It it a certain
can for coughs, coldt and all bronchial
troubles. Ton can get thli reliable reme
dy at F S Duffy's. 1 vv.wr.
" Get Green's Special Almanac.
Oar Debt t Oar Mm.-..
Ian Maclaren In The Christum T.n
deavor World paid the following Ix im
tirul tribute mothers:
"The person to whom you owe Dior?
than you can ever pay r even Imagine
la your mother She endured more for
yea, nerved yon more patiently, loved
you more fondly, thought of yon more
travety than any other person you
have knows on earth or will ever know
ate your wife or your husband, if in
deed they can always be excepted. If
your mother be spared to you, then are
yoa bound to make her a first charge
ayOtnf life, as yoa desire a peaceful
conscience and aa yoa shall answer be
fore the Judgment teat of God. She
mast be encompassed with every ob
servance of comfort and honor and
fentleneaa and love, with sacrifices
also. If ao be ft will please her, of
tartet and occupation! and time and
even friendship, and after you have
done all that yon can think of and any
one can euggest you will still remain
bopelesa bankrupt for the love wber
jHrlth ahe loved you." :
, - ". mammm :':!' -: '( .'
-'It'" Pclsc-.2j the System. 4 t
- It it through the bowelt that the body
It cleansed of Imparities. Constipation
keeps these poisons In the system, cant
ing headache, dulneai and melancholia
at first, then unsightly eruptions aad
finally serious tllnett Unless a remedy Is
applied. DeWitt'i Little Early Risers
prevent this trouble by stimulating the
liver and promote easy,' healthy action
of tie bowels. These little pills do not
act viol T'.'y but by strengthening the
bow! euiiMa them to perform their
aVfo.lt. ITevor gripe or distress. F.
1 i i 1
Duests chat yea eat
Thlt preparation con Ulna aJQ tf the
digestanU and digests all kinda of
rood, it gives instant reuer ana never
falls to cure. It allows yoa to eat all
the food yoa want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take It, By ita ute many
inousaDaa or oyspepuca cave Deen
cured after everything else failed. It
prevent rormauoaergaaoai trio atom
ach. rellevtnff all dlstms after eatlns.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
It caa't he!a
but da you cootj
rrtttriAai7 atu uawirt a oo.. Oak-art
Ttw L bouHt ODttalaa t Umaa Um ita. aU
r a. DUFFY CO
Raw Bark la Ta.
It Is not a, new fact, but yet a re
markable one, that If a fruit tree-apple,
pear or cherry be Stripped en
tirely of Ita bark in the aeeond week In
Jane a new surface of bark Will Imme
diately take the place of the older one.
It la believed that the chief growth of
deddnoua trees In our part of the
world takes place at mldsumaoer.
The Best rrcscrtpUaa for Malaria.
ChOlB aad rarer hi a kottit ot Gaova't
Tastblbss Cxnx Tasfic. ; It Is simply
Iron aad quinine in a tasteleat form. No
cure no pay. Price 80c. !
The French are noted for their deli-
cato and deltcleua drinks. The advan
tage of such a one that ta nonalcoholic
Is apparent to every one. A favorite
Parisian recipe calls for five pounds of
raisins, five pounds of dried apples and
five gallons of water. Pot all together
in a small cask or large- earthen jar
and let ft stand uncovered for three
days, stirring occasionally from the
bottom. At the end of that time bottle
with half a teaspoooful of sugar nnd s
stick of cinnamon in each bottle. Cork
tightly and store ta a eool place. The
fruits having fermented, the drink will
keen for a considerable length of time
and is really delicious when served ice
cold. It is claimed that over 50,000,000
gallons of this punch were drank in
France in a single year.
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered a long time from
distressing paint and general ill health
due primarily to indigestion," says L. W
Spalding, Verona, Mo, "Two years ago
I got her to try Kodol. She grew better
at once and now, at the age of seventy
tlx, eata anything the wants, remarking
that ahe fears no bad effects as the bat
her bottle of Kodol handy." Don't watie
time doctoring symptoms. Go after the
cause. If your stomach Is sound your
health will be good. Kodol rests the
stomach and strengthens the body by
digesting your food. It Is nature's own
tontc. t . d. Duffy.
Fowls are supposed to have been flrsj
domesticated in China 1400 B. O.
In the JaDanese emDles there is a
large drum need In worship. It Is call
ed the kagora talko. It gives a tone
much like a gong and is used In de
A Good Coach Medicine.
It speaks well for ; Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists ate It In
their own families in preference to any
other. "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for the past five yean with com
plate satisfaction to myself and custom
ers," ssys Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten, N. Y. "I have always used it In
my own family for both ordinary cough
and coldt tnd for the cough following
la grippe, and find It very efficacious."
For tale by F. 8. Duffy A Co.
v Splaalaat aa Beat.
One of Lord Kelvin's favorite experi
ments while teaching natural philoso
phy at the University of Glasgow was
to spin an egg which was suspended
In the air. If the egg were bard boiled,
It would spin a long time; otherwise,
owing to the friction between its con
tents and the shell, its motion would
soon cense. Lord Kelvin inferred from
this that the interior of the earth can
not be a fluid, or the globe's rate of ro
tation would bave been checked long
ago. Once the students substituted
raw eggs for the hard boiled ones pro
vided for the experiment Not one
would spin properly, but Lord Kelvin
waa not to be fooled, "None of them
boiled," was his only comment
Saves ft Woman's Life.
To have given up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois Crsgg, of Dorches
ter, Mas. For years she had endured
untold misery from a severe lung trou
ble and obstinate cough, "Often,"; the
writes, "I could scarcely breathe and
sometimes could not speak. All doctors
and remedies failed till I used Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
waa completely cured.1 Sufferers from
Cough. Jolds, Throat and Lang Trou
ble need this grand remedy, lor it never
disappoint. Cure Is guaranteed by C D
Bradham. Price SOo and $1.00. Trial
I I . . r .
- Rat Var sat.
There's no use in trying to make me
believe that Francis Bacon wss a very
smart man," said Senator Sorghunu 1
"Have yoa read any of bia worksr
"No. but bis biography shows that
when there wss a little financial deal
On hand be wssnt clever 'enough to
keep from getting caught" Washing
We have noticed that the man who
begins a fight with a velvet hand Is
soon using a club. Atchison Globe.
A -Spralnei AiLIj Quickly Cored,
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," tayt Geo, .. Cary
editor of the Guide, Washington, Ta.
"After using teveral well recommended
medicines without success, I tried Cham
berlain's F!a Ealm, and am pleased to
tay that relief came at soon as I began
Its use ana a complete cure sw.in fol
; ' . . . '
Considerable Sickness at the Sol
Bear af Agrlcaltare U Settles.
. . The City ef Raleigh Farm a
Sacceta, Gala la Hallway ,
"'v lllaare. ealk af ,
- : J. ft. Scarlett."
Raxxiaa, July 18. J. 8. Scarlett ef
Durham, died la the Soldiers' Home
here this morning. Bis age was 81 aad
death was due to paralysis. He was for
many yean a policeman at Durham.
Twenty ot the Inmates of the home are
sick; all having ailments due to old
Repablicans here smile at the rumor
that their party will nominate Seaator
Prltchard for Chief Justice,
Col. Thomas S. Kenaa hat gone to
Richmond to attend a meeting ot the
executive committee ot the Confederate
"Battle Abbey," of which he it a mem
The Board of agriculture It la sotaloa.
Today the Bute Chemist Ktlgore made a
report, largely on the toll teat farms, of
which there are two; la Bobeeoa aad
Edgeoombe counties. Hssaya they are
very success a 1. It Is the desire to have
later oa, one such farm la each of the
Congressional districts. - '
8tats Superintendent J. Y. Joyner h
aot convalescing aa rapklly at expected.
It may be sometime before he Is able to
return to his office.
Ei-8tata Chairman, James H. Poa
tsys regarding the Democratic State
Convention at Greeatboro, that It was
the best since 1890 and that he Is more
hopeful of the party's future than at any
Ume since that year. He tayt he tbiakt
the party It "oat of the woods and all
The corporation comu)lssion callt for
a statement by the banks np to the close
of business Jaly 16.
Thlt city now ownt a 200 acre farm.
The latter it a financial success. Grata
for feed of the city's hortet and males Is
the chief crop. An ample supply is
Chairman McNeill ot the corporation
tayt thlt year's report of new railway
mileage la North Carolina will show a
substantial gala over last year's record
in that respect.
The Pride at ProfeIoa.
Rnldlera. remarks the Kansas City
Journal, are the only ones who really
have pride In their profession, ' wnen
a soldier dies, he is hauled to bis grave
on the trucks of an old cannon, and
his memory would be disgraced if any
other vehicle were used. But think
what a howl would go up against the
family if a dead farmer should DO
hauled to his grave on the trucks of a
Don't Fail to Try This
Whenever sn honest trial Is given to
Electric Bitters for sny trouble it Is rec
ommended for a permanent cure will
surely be effected. It never falls to tone
the stomach, regulate the kidneys and
bowels, stimulate the liver, invigorate
the nerves snd purify the blood. It's a
wonderful tonic for run-down systems.
Electric Bitters positively cares Kidney
and Liver Troubles, 8tomach Disorders,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, and expels Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by 0. D. Brad-
ham.. Only 50 cents. t,
Soma Kaalleal Pacta.
A knot Is C.O.81) feet long. The dis
tance from New York to Liverpool Is
8,004 nnutlcnl miles by the northern
track and 3,139 by the southern track.
The former course is taken by vessels
bound for New York, the latter by ves
sels bound for Liverpool From Liver
pool to New York the distances are
respectively 3,030 and 3,109 miles. .
In estimating records the points tak
en on either side are Sandy Hook and
Daunt's rock, Queenstown harbor. The
first light sighted on the British coast
is the Bull, Cow and Calf, Ireland, and
on the American eoaat either Nantuck
et or Fire island. --i"
Need More Help, a ;
Often the over-taxed organs of diges
tion cry out (or help by Dyspepsia's
paint, , Nausea, , Dizziness, Headaches,
llvei complaints, bowel disorders. Such
troubles call for prompt use of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are gentle,
thorough and guaranteed to cure, 25c at
0. D. Bradham's drag store. ' '
- MatHas li Staiat. P i
Thn iahniirrlv looklns man .with the
hlr M-Mtlnaaitfl hnd been invited to ad
ureSS lue BUnuilJ rcuuui auu i ma.-
lng a few remarks concerning ine les-
' "I see the word 'line occurs here, he
said. "Will some one give me a defini
tion of 'liner - ; . .
Nobody answered. ' ,
it I. voir pnsv" her nroceeded en
couraglngly, "though you may find le a
little perplexing to convey me luea in
atmnla tm-ma Trv aealn. Well, the
ordinary signification of the word Is
longitudinal extension, out nere 11 oe
notes a predetermined boundary. 1 am
aure, my young friends, you can re
member thnt"-Cbicago Tribune, , '
- -; i w
, Saved From an Awful Fate,?
"Everybody aaldJI had consumption,'
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Chambers
burg, Pa. "I wss so low after six months
of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever
and Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used It, and was com1
pletely c ured." For desperate Tbnu
and Lung Diseases it ia the safest cure
in the world.and I infallible for C'our' r
Colds and EroncW&l Affections. (la.
anteed botlks fc and J1.C0. TrU bcl
t'.os free at C. D. Trh'-U- a's. ' . "
Wher Lid It Go? .
Special to JouraaL S v. j
JUisjqb, Jaly 18,-Itla aali thai line
reserve faad of the lata North Carolina
Base Ball League la' ta ba dlvUed among
Raleigh, Nsw Bern aad Greeatbora
claba. - - - - - .
. It will hardly exesed 1B0, or about
30 to tack club.
' To Inspect A, It JL C. Koad.
Bpeaial te JoaraaL , . - ,.,,. (
- RaUrasj, Jsry 1S-B. W. Ballard and
&aBeckwttb.ottha fltate Board of
lateraal - Imp retreat eats, leave here to
morrow , to take a trip of InepeeUoa
over the AUaaUe aad North Carolina
ADVISING AN ARTIST ' ,
two tacsrMttasi "That Waa
' CuMkat ay Vaata an,
Undo "lias Eastman' and fcfs wife
took summer boarders.' One year they
bad a aoraber of artists, who were at
tracted by the picturesque loneliness
of the Eastman farm, and Undo Bliss
ever hesitated to ssy afterward that
artists were "beyond him."
"They make no trouble about .their
eating," 'be aia to a Mend when at
last the boarder had take their way
to (rash field, "Ton couldn't eaJl 'em
prompt but thea) the never tnioded
whether things were hot or esot Leas
ware they never found any fault
"But they've got curious notlona aad
mighty little faculty and common
sense. One of 'em waa to tFork on a
sunset piece all the time he waa here.
I went out one evening and asked him
how be waa getting on, and ba say:
" 'Oh, Uncle Silas, the Ught change
so fast and the effect ia so bard to get
and there' a only one night more, .
"He waa a nice little fellow, and 1
felt sorry for him, so I says: 'Well, why
In tunket havent the rest of em took
hold with ye and helped ye out? There's
room enough on that canvas for aft
four ot ye to be working together I 1
bet ye never thought of asking 'em,
now did yef I says.
"And do ye believe trie, I'm aa aure aa
Pm standing here in taf overshoes
from the blank look that spread over
his face that the Idea had never come
into his poor, foolish bead till I put It
They've got their place, artists have,
but there' d ought to be a gardeen !
pointed over every one of 'em that I
ever saw I Yes, slrl" Youth's Com
panion. Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the
First National Bank of Wlnterset, Iowa
In a recent letter gives some experience
a carpenter In his employ, that will be
of value to other mechanics. He ssys:
"I hsd a carpenter working for me who
was obliged to stop work for several
days on account of being troubled with
dta.'rhoea. ' I mentioned to him that 1
had been similarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy had cared me. He bought
a bottle of It from the druggist here sod
Informed me that " one dote cared him,
tad Is again at hit work." For tale by
F. S. Duffy & Co.
" DM Hot Baa It Before. t "
Miss Bnstslde--Th8t Is a lovely gown,
but haven't I seen It beforet '
Miss Westslde-Noi I think not 1
have only worn It at a very few smart
affaire this season. .-Town and Country-.
,,r - -
a r Acts Immediately. ;
' Colds ate sometimes more troublesome
In summer than In winter, It's so ! hard
to keep from adding to them while cool
lng off after exercise. One Minute Cough
Care cares at once. Absolutely 1 safe.
Acts Immediately. Bare cure for coughs
colds, croup: throat and long troubles.
FS Duffy. 1 . .
, WUUaaa" Blaek'e Jake. ,"
On one occasion when William Black,
the novelist, and his wire" were to sup
with Mary Anderson in her room at
the Lyceunr h got access beforehand
to' the supper - room, famous as ; the
meeting ptaeoo-'Of the old Beefsteak
club, and pasted over the labels of the
champagne bottles a .paper bearing In
large- letters .the one word-, ''Poison I"
It happened on this occasion that un
known to Black, Mary Anderson was
entertaining a" number of guests with
whom she was but slightly acquainted,
So that the Joke turned out to be some
what embarrassing. , It must have giv
en the strangers, who knew Black pnly
by repute, something ot a shock to dis
cover how very boyish ha war under
his cold outward demeanor, , , , ( i
. -Vacation Days. rJ i
.. . iTacation time It here and the children
are fairly . Hying out of doors. There
could be no healthier place for them.
Ton nee&oalyujo guard agalntt tht ao
cldenta incidental to moat, open air
tportt. No remedy eqnalt DeWltfi
Witch. Hazel Salve for quickly atopplng
pain or removing danger of terlout con
sequences. For cuts, scaldi and woaada
"I used DeWltft Witch Hazel Salve for
tores, cuts and bruises," ssyt L. B. John
ton, Swift, Tex. ' "It It the best remedy
on the market," Bure care for piles snd
skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits.
F.B.Dufry ' - 4 ,
', vt. ' . .1 na . 1 1 ;J; I '
a Oswald's JTokea. '
When, a play written by a ma who
had roused Oswald's anger by reading
a newspaper at a wedding of one of bis
friends wss produced, he prevented Its
success by inducing 250 ot his friends
to sttend it carrying great books. These
young men,1 who occupied prominent
seats, read their books while tbe per
formance waa going on, and whenever
there waa .any applause each one of
them, aa if moved by clockwork, turned
over a leaf. Tbe rustling of tbe leaves
and the spectacle of the men absorbed
tn reading made the performance a
complete failure,. . , : i
Ct" t X P. S.T ..Zj ?: C &;v.g store
Su J t l a free tun., ot vi.-n.Uorlaln'
snq wver iu:erj. iney are an
t ( '"sio.
"it' e 1.
I VfrJtLraiulof lCeakaa) MasUag Uaw
IT t v. J S..LLI UI ln-at toio a Uwa aaif full ol wataraad
witkUut,ar,:ruutUato.tM at will quickly cars a Bore Taroat.
- A'x. -. . -1 1,1. . i
1 tfTv tk
t - '.
fact always freeb.
For. Cuts, flashes
need only to apply :
j a few times anc( tho Soreness and inflammation will. a
fA , . i be conqnered and the woundod fleeb. healed.
of eolt cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the
wound as you would a poultice.- ;. -. : ;-
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j- .-, IVttr AN tit Ufl Konp, Boaly Lega, Bumblafoot or. other
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TITE JTOIITII CAIIOMNA
State Normal and'
Industrial v .
E ':cAgriculturti.knd f
. Vf A combination ot theory and practice, ot book atudy and manual work in 1
F Engineering, Agriculture, ChemUtry, Electricity, nechank Arts
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K Spscial Courses (8 mbs.). I Tuition and
E80 teachers, 860 students, new building
t a uie a.. & m. college." -
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" English, Clastieal, Scientific and Cr mmerclal for boys snd
yonng men, teventy-ooe Hoarding I'upilt from seventeen
Counties and two Stales the past year. - A M ilitsry Hchool
t that is mot a machine: where kpfscibov ikbtiau op mimbbks
9- preparation foi College or For, Lilu, Athletics encouraged.
.. ibarges reasonable Term begins fept 3rd, . ,
f- V. ; Write tor Illustrated catalogue, , ,
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Uedlcine, - , r
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1 On hundred aad eight scholarships.
Free tnttton to teachersand to ministers'
sona-s Loanrfor the needy,' ; ' '
T S63 ' StuSeiCs.m 54 Instructors, '
New Dormitories, Water' Works, Cen-
tral Heating System. !
" Fall term begins September ",190?.
Address, " ' " " ."'
F.J. TENABLE, President, "
CnAPXt Bill, N. O.
' "OF PHARI.MCY
KISB ISSTRUCTOES. ;
Well Equipped Laboratories, . j
Pall term begins'September Sth
1902. ' - ' ; " ' '
Address, , ,. .' V(
,F. 15. VESAELE,Pmtn;;
' r-' - Chapel Ki'.l, N.-Q.
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In your memory:-
and all Open Sores, 700
aad S1.00 a bottle.
810 North Front Street
" The place to buy jour Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICES. Ii
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
Marble. " Lettering and Mnish the
Best ' Send for latest designs. All
-Branch yard, Goldsboro, N. C.
Session opens September 18th. Expenses $100 to $140;
for non-residents of the Seate $180. Faculty of PA members
Practice and Observation School connected with the College.
Correspondence invited from those desiring competent teach
ers and stenographers. To secure board in the dormitories all
iree tuition applications should be made before July 16th.
' -' For catalogue and other Information address
' PRESIDENT CHARLES D. flclVER,
; , . ,' GREENSBORO, N. C.
EDUCA TION :
l onrses (4 years). Short Courses ( i vear),
roonu $10 a term: board $8 a month. 3
tor 600. Write tor booklet "A Dsy
. . rrcsident GEO. T. winston: Raitiirb. N. r:
t:r v w
A four years Prenaratorv Course. eivinc full and tboroueh
.,,, , J. E. DEBNAM. 8apt
Offers 125 graduate ' and undergradu
ate courses of study New library fa
cilities, .laboratory; equipments snd
gymnasium. ' Number ot . students
. . , 1 , n . 1. - M
aouoiea in o yean. . aro uuuuu ui.
scholarships awarded annually. Loans
made to worthy students. , Expenses
very model ate, . . t , ,
For catalogue address, ' , ..
,.;;,., f I. W, NEWSOM, - .
. , . ! Registrar. .
Attorney nt Law,
74.8o. Front St , Opp. Hotel Chattawka,
' " NEW BERN, N. O. '
Circuit, Craven, Jones, Onslow,Cart
eret, l'aiulico, Greene, Lenoir, ;audj the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
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