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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910.
' ; I t i ' t - The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. -15Y- THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910. Tue.v to think that Mr. Buxton didn't set it after Judge Pell sacri ficed himself in his interest. AttilK today we will know kow the ticket will read. The State Demo cratic convention meets in Charlotte today. . - THfcStute convention today brings one conHolation.it will put an end to the claims of the Manning and Allen managers as to which candidate is ahead. Fahj.no to make a nomination after having taken 485 ballots, the Democratic Congressional conven tion for the Fifth district at Greens born adjourned to meet again on the 20th. Dkmochath-newspapers and writers bhould never say anything else about Republican office seekers. No party ever developed a hungrier crowd after office t han Is found in the ranks of the North Carolina Democracy this year. Tiif. Democrats of North Carolina seem to be engaged in the business of "discovering" men this year. Sever al have been named for high official position who were practically un known away from home, if they had ever "found themselves." Tiik second judicial convention at Weldon last week renominated Judge K. B. Peebles and Solicitor John II. Kerr of Warren county, to succeed themselves. Both these nominations were made by acclamation there twiner no ormosimr candidate to rt - 1 either. Form eh Congressman John W. Alwater of Chatham county, who represented this district in Congress one term, and who was succeeded by Mr. Pou, died suddenly in his field while at work on Monday of last week. He was an honest, good man and was about OS years of age. 0,000 feet up in the air is climbing some, and that is the second made by Walter Brookins, aviator, in the aeroplane contests at Atlantic City, N. J., Saturday. By this feat the dar- iug voung aviator won the .$5,000 prize offered by the Atlantic City Aero Club for altitude flight. He was in the air one hour, two min utes and .'15 15-100 seconds. Mu. Lane of Rockingham, who was nominated for judge in the Winston district, is vouched for as being all right. This will be assuring to those who perhaps never heard of the gentleman before, but some how we cannot help wishing they had nomi nnted .Judge l'ell altnougu lie was not a candidate, not wishing to get in the way of his friend J. C. Buxton. mkh. r.iia rlagg loung, superin tendent of the public schools of Chi cago, was elected president of the National Educational Association at its meetiugin Boston last week. Hon J. Y. Joyner, superintendent of edu cation for North Carolina, was the retiring president, and he was elected vice-president for this State. The meeting next year will be held in San Francisco. r . a II. W. Whedhek, of Titt, is nomi nated for judge in the Elizabeth City Newborn district, defeating Judge D L. AVard by a majority of ten votes in the convention held at Elizabetl City last week. Judge Ward was ap pointed by wov. Kitchin to fill out the unexpired term of Judere O. II (!uion, resigned. Judge Ward hel court here in May and made a very fine impression as he had elsewhere since he has been on the bench. The nomination of Mr. R. G. Alls brook for solicitor at Rocky Mount last Thursday, is gratifying to his friends. The result was anticipates and his only opponent, Mr. R. A. P ( ooley of Nash, did not allow his name to go before the convention 1 1 1 t . .Mr. .11surooK is quauned in every way for the position and will wel and successfully discharge the high and responsible duties of the office with credit to himself and satisfac tion to the State. The tine sarcasm contained in the following will be appreciated by peo ple who know how murderers escape justice in North Carolina. We copy from the Charlotte Observer: What a pity that Mr. Atkinson, now in Buncombe jail for shooting down his fourth man, did not first of all get caught stealing a chicken or committing some other such offense. In that event he would have been given his medicine long ago. But in asmuch as he merely murdered hu man beings the law did not seriouslv interfere. Uxdkk the law requiring all auto mobiles in the State to be licensed it is ascertained that 1,555 machines were licensed during the year ending June .10. Of the five dollars paid for each license, three dollars goes to work the roads of the county in which the. owner of the automobile lives. Vance is credited with 38 licenses during the year. The great est number issued was Mecklenburg, 174, Guilford coming next with 135, and Forsyth 105. In 21 counties no license was issued at all most of these being in the western or mountainous section aud the extreme coast or sandy country. We are sorry to see the announce ment that Mr. James A. KODinson, or 22 years editor and publisher of the Durham Sun, Is no longer with the paper. When the enlarged and improved Daily Sun was launched recently it was understood by his riends that Mr. Robinson would con tinue to be the editor, or at least con nected with the paper in an editorial capacity. But those who are familar with his writing were not long in de tecting that in this they were mis taken. At first it was stated that Mr. Robinson was directing matters n the circulation end of the paper and it was supposed be would be on deck In the editorial department in due time, but his name has not ap peared there nor has bis work. Now . A, 1-1. n 4- V r comes tne announcement mai uc has sold his stock in the paper that or so many years has been a part of himself. We had welcomed the new and enlarged Durham Daily Sun, the consummation of a long cherished dream of our friend, and the new turn surprises us greatly. We do not un derstand. The Boston Post in commenting on Gov. Kitcbin'a speech delivered before the National Educational As sociation, said this among other things: Governor Kitchin of North Caro lina delivered one of the best speeches which in the opinion of many or the Association, it had ever been their lot to hear. Governor Kitchin is a speak er of whom one can use the word orator. In a speech brimful 01 patriotism, of broad nationalism, 01 sectional fnrn-ptfnlnpHH nnd withal witty, he charmed his hearers and received round after round of applause for his sounding period. Hox. Claude Kitchin. member of Congress from the second district who was renominated without op position at Rocky Mount last week, will be next to the oldest member from a point of service, Hon. John II. Small, of the First district, being the oldest by one term, this being Mr. Kitchin's sixth and Mr. Small's seventh term. They both have made fine records in Concrress. and their constituents showed wisdom in mak ing no change in their Representa tives. In the case of Mr. Kitchin the convention did not adopt any plat form the declaration being made that this was not necessary as the nomi nee was a platform in himself. COUNSEL FROM A WISE SOURCE At the Democratic Congressional convention in Greensboro last week Hon. C. B. Watson "Cy" Watson, the old Democratic war-horse known and loved all over North Carolina was one of the speakers. He said some things that need to be pressed home "for the good of the party Among other things Mr. Vatson urged Democrats to quit citicisng Democratic officials. When one is doing right, praise him and shout for him, and if you can't praise him keep your mouth off of him, keep your pen off of him. Our newspapers are getting too loose. You don't hear the enemy criticising and abusing their office-holders. When they get together they fight like cats, but when one of their number erets in of fice they stand by him and uphold nis nands. yo man should imagine he has more sense in his little head than the conventions that put out candidates. It has come to the pass that nearly every community has a platform of its own. Democrats are only powerful when united. They must not be led astray by little side issues that come up in communities MODEL JURY CHARGE. In opening the term of Wake Su perior court Monday morning Judge Charles M. Cooke delivered possibly the shortest charge to the grand jury that is of record in North Caro lina. It was a model of its kind a regular warm weather "document" and was creditable alike to the head and heart of the good man who de- i: TC T 3 , t 1 meruu. 11 uuugei oote nad not just been renominated as his own success or on the bench lie might have been accused or "electioneering" by the brevity and sensibleness of such nde liverance when the thermometer was registering away up in the nineties Here it is: "Gentlemen of the jury: "Owing to the lateness of the train which prevented opening court earl ier, I will not make a regular chanre I want you to remember two things Ihe iaw is not a matter for your consideration, but it is for you to see wnetner tne law nas been violated and if it has you make a present ment. The other thiner is. trpnt 1 alike, white or black, high or low, for in nere an people are treated the same. Kemember these two things ana that is all. "Swear an officer." mage ninston is credited by the Raleigh Times with saying that iuc urp l Luitrjre ne nad ever heard. And we are not disputing it Mr. E. W. Pou, who has represent ed this district in Congress for ten years, was yesterday renominated for another term by acclamation. It is a fine compliment to Mr. Pous worth as a representative that he had no opposition. He is filling the place acceptably to his constituents as is shown by the unanimous way in which they stand by him. Mr Pou is alert, faithful, and able, and the district does well to keep him in Washington. Raleigh Times, 7th. A book on Rheumatism, by Dr. Shoop, of Jiacine, W is., tells some plain truths, and in a plain and practical way. Oet this booklet and free trial treatment of Dr.Sboop's Kheu matic Remedy for some disheartened feuffer r in your vicinity. Make a grateful and ap preciative friend of some one who is discour aged because of the failure of others to help him. Help me to make this test, and 1 11 cer tainly help your suffering friend. The Para gon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. The Sixth District Thomasville Charity and Children. Outside of Wake the warmest sec tion of the State, by all odds, in tha recent campaign was the Sixth dis trict. There are a great many Scotch men in that country and a mad Scotchman is as hard to handle as a tiger. Some ugly things were said, and some bad advertising was given that fine eection. The columns of he newspapers wereeoiled week after week by such words as traitor 'vote-buyer" and so on. The air was ull of brickbat and they were hurled at the heads of men who have stood with thiH fact during a trip Gf the pass well heretofore and who will stand two weekg tnrough the eastern sec well again as soon as the clouds clear tion We shoVLd m5x more-the peo away. What is the use of all this pie of the east should visit the moun- bllhngsgate anynow: ana especial- lv when it is poured out on members of the same political household? It never does anybody any good. It wins no votes. It only serves to strengthen the opposition. Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad, is a proverb our old riends in the sixth district would do well to Donder. We feel kindly to- ward them all. w e nave utterea or written no word on either side, but we have deeply deplored the bitter- npRs of the camrjaizn. and the scars fc has left that will be years in seat ing if they are ever healed at all. We know these nren, and we are sureiuej are ashamed of the course they pur sued. In no other district of the State has there been such bitter abuse as in the sixth district; and the ex- amnla thev have set (they must ex cuse us for saying) is unworthy of the names they bear. v enad nopea that that time was hastening when we would rise above the plane of per sonal vituperation, and appeal to reason and iuderment in the settle ment of our political differences; and we believe that on tne wnoie we are tending that way, but th9 campaign among the Scotchmen gave tne up ward movement a sad setback. Jeffries No "White Man. Richmond Virginian. Personally, the fact that James J Jeffries consented to enter the ring with Jack Arthur Johnson, negro, is in itself sufficient to cause us a cer tain satisfaction in the result. In the language of the street, he "got what was coming to him." For his "broken heart," his gorilla tears, and the near- emotions which may be supposed to constitute the disappointment of a thus we have not the most remote sympathy. Jeffries chose his bed, and his bed-fellow. He courted his fate. Anything that happened to him is de void of interest, so far as he is con cerned, to all decent men. There is, however, a pathetically serious side to this conceded orgy of so-called sport an aspect which has already closed the lives of nearly a score of negroes, and the wounding of hundreds of others. All over the country a simple-minded race is get ting into Its head a false pride, a foolish impression, a disastrous am bition. Because one bier negro has whipped one big white man in an am phitheatre, many small negroes will think themselves large, will think themselves wise, will take to them selves an enervating conceit. Exact ly because a white man was born with a brain small enough to misconceive the meaning of his birth, there is a real danger that many black men will misconceive the thing that they ought to minimize into being the thing that they ought to magnify. To see a child-like people who with in- nmte labor have been slowly benefit ing themselves through the years in whose case the hope is ever at the dawn and never at the sunrise, now thrown back upon tho darkness by such a savage incident as the Reno prize-fight is a disheartening spec tacle. If ever there was a time when the better element among the negroes stands in need of that intelligence to ward which they have been strug gling, ic is now. II ever there was the opportunity ior tnem to snow that the child is be ginning to be a man it is this moment. If ever the hour has struck when those among the negroes who nave absorbed sanity out of superfi cial learning need to exert it for the good of their race, it is striking twelve at present. - Social and Personal. Contributed. Misses Aileen and Mildred Ivewis were at Home on 'luesday evening at a lawn nar- ty given in honor of their house guests, Misses Buford and Annie Sims of Snar- tanburg, S. C, Helen Crewshaw of Louis burg, Susie Whitehead of Salisbury, uouusie Auams oi uastonia, and May Richardson of Greensboro. Rugs and chairs together with numer ous Japanese lanterns made the yard most attractive, and added much nlpaa. ur; for the many visiting girls to our city. enjoyable refreshments were served and the evening was one of much merriment. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Powell entertain ed at cards on Monday evening compli mentary to Miss Janie Harris' house party. .Misses lonipkms, Goldly and The many callers were received by Mayor and Mrs. Powell and the honorpd guests and presented with dainty score Lards were enjoyed until a late hour wnen aeiightlul refreshments were Rervpd and the time for leaving came all too soon. .Mayor and Mrs. Powell contributed greatly to the week s pleasure. Mrs. R. J. Corbitt entertained the Wed nesday Morning Bridge Club on Wednes day morning from ten until twelve. There were present three tables and the game proved an exiciting one. A most tempt ing Miittu course was served. Mr. and Mrs. George 13. Harris enter tained on Friday evening in honor of their daufchter. Miss .Tani Hnrria onA her houseparty composed of Misses Ruth lompkins of Edgefield, S. C, Margaret , "ranam, Agnes Wills of Brink- leyville. The home was beautifully decorated in imuueuuie naims and nit tinn-ar. the evening was most pleasantly spent a loige uumuer oi our young people. Mock Gallery" feature of entertainment the prue a book being won by Mr. F. E Schroder who presented if to one of the visiting ladies. Delicious ices and cakes were served. Mrs. J. C. Kittrell entertained the Bridge Club on Wednesday Covers were laid for twd morning. Enjoyable refreshments were served at the conclusion of a most interesting game of bridge. hen the stomach fails to perform ita junctions, the bowels become deranged, the liver and the kidneys congested causing nnm ous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Cham- L!fetomach and LiTer Tablets can be depended upon to do it. Eaey to take and moit effective. Sold by all dealer. - PEOPLE OUGHT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THEIR. STATE. Editor Cobb, of The Morganton News-Herald, was much impressed by what he saw of Eastern North Caro lina on his recent trip to Wilmington and Wrijjbtsville Beach to attend the Press Convention. He says: The people of eastern and wester n ach other arjd the re8ources of the other end of their State. In fact, with gome it Jg amoat two states. The taine and the hills and the vaney8 of Piedmont Carolina, and the people of the west should go down occasionally to see their brethren of the east and note their resources and wonderful development. We would enjoy the sea breezes and mingling with some of the finest people on earth and they would be pleased with our hills and mountains and find their same kind of people and be still prouder of their State. Our trip was a revelation in many respects and we are a better North Carolinian in consequence of a, visit to many new places, to us, in the east. The Hon. Charles Stewart Rolls, the famous English aviator, who won the honor of being the only man to make a round trip across the En glish channel from England to France, was killed Tuesday at the aviation meet at Bournemouth En gland, while flying in his Wright ma chine. The aeroplane turned a somer sault, crashed to the ground and crushed the aviator to death, directly opposite the grand stand. Rollshau ascended to a height of 125 or 150 feet when his machine went wrong. He tried to extricate himself but the drop was too swift. Mr. Rolls was a manufacturer of automobiles, re puted to be worth millions, and had given much attention to automobil- Ing, ballooning and aviation. Hon. C. B. Watson. Durham Sun. The reception accorded Hon. Cyrus B. Watson at the convention yester day was a rousing one. "Cy" Wat son, as he is universally known, is the most popular Democrat in the t nth district today. When he arose to second the nomination of Judge Jones, it was several minutes before he could make himself heard. The presentation of no candidate's name was greeted with more applause than was the appearance of this old Demo cratic war-horse on the floor of the convention. "Cy" Watson is dear to Democratic hearts and could have had the nomi nation the boys are fighting over for the asking. For Superior Court Clerk. To the Voters of Yance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Superior court of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic pri maries, and ask the support of my friends :n v.- ji wuicu wm ue umy appreciawu. HENRY PEKKY. For Register of Deeds. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Register (4 Deeds of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. My record is before you and upon that I re spectfully ask the support of my friends, pledging if elected to discharge the duties of said office in future with the same fidelity and satisfaction as in the paBt. K. V. ED W AltUS. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. Pledging my- sellto a faithful performance of the duties of said office if elected. I respectfully ask the support of my friends throughout the county. JOSEFH S. ROYSTEK. To the Voters of Vance County. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Vance County, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primaries, and ask the support of my friends in all parts of the county. 1 shall abide your decision and if nomi nated and elected I pledge my best ef forts to a faithful and business like ad ministration of the duties of said office. JOHN T. THOMAS. Napoleon's Grit was of theunconquerable, neveisav-die kind. the kind that you need most when you have a Daa coia, cougn or lung disease. Suppose troenee, cougn syrups, cod liver oil or doe tors have failed, don L lose heart or hope Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfac tion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble. It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers. It masters stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup, asthma, hay fever and whoop ing cougn ana is tne most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections. 50c. 11.00. Trial bottle free at Melville Dorsey's. The retirement of Congressman Thomas had been anticipated, but it is to oe regretted lust the same. He had attained a position of both trust and usefulness in Congress and was a factor lor good in Jsorth Carolina liut it will be that way ra this State as long as hunger for congressional jobs is unabated. Charlotte Chroni cle. A WOMAN'S BACK. The Aches and Pains Will Disappear if the Advice of This Henderson Citizen is Followed. A woman's back has many aches and pains. Most times 'tis the kidney's fault. Backache is really kidney ache: That's why Doan's Kidney Pills cure it. Many Henderson women know this. Read what one has to say about it. Mrs. Henry Polston, 132 Hamilton St Henderson, X C, says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and found them bo benefi cial that I do not hesitate to speak in their favor. Dull, naeiriner backaches and pains in my kidneys annoyed me for 1 A. 1 T . a long time ana i was also bothered by too freqnent passages of the kidney se cretions. I always felt tired and languid and had but little energy, finding my housework wasa burden. Reading about wan a journey trim, i procured a box at the Kerner-MacXair Co.'s DrueStore and I had only' used them a short timehefnrn the backache and kidney weakness were disposed of. I soon regained my strength and energy and I now feel better in every Read and advertise In Cold Leaf. And ILowesl Price Always; (GEO. A, ClOSE COulfl IPAIiW. We are Distillers and Make Our Own Whiskies. 1 gallon of Whiskey and 2 gallons of Whiskey and 3 gallons of Whiskey and 4 gallons of Whiskey and 4 1 -2 gals ofWhiskey and 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and 1-2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1.25 Send us Cashier's check, Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order for any of the above goods. Be sure to write your name, Experss Office and Post Office plainly, and then there will not bo any mistake. Any Whiskey you may order can be returned if not satisfac tory and we will return your money. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Hoise, Clarksville, Virginia. The People SLy If you wa,nt good article, go to His 'prices are right. You can get what you want. New goods received every week. Your money's worth every time. You are invited to come and see our pretty goods. SAMUJEIL WATnORTS, THE BIG DEPARTMENT STORE. A Ml line of Ladies' Tailor Made Coat Suits All prices. They fit and hang right. ll EVERYTHING IN Dependable And thatt of the est Quality PLEDGE R. W. Jones F. 0. B. Clarksville, Virginia. 1 gallon 2 gallons 3 gallons 4 gallons 1 gallon 4 1 gallon 8 4 qts of 1 jug, $1.65 jug. 3.30 jug, 5.00 jug, 6.60 jug, 7.50 jug. 1.10 ira WITH LDST OF ' Corn Whiskies. 100 proof. of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 years old Whiskey, 2.50 years old Whiskey, 3.00 0 years old Whiskev. 4.00 TIP II lUJlni CleaLri nrf r All Pattern xtZ BIG REDUctio -U.I. Millinery, Bargains i Ladies , Misses, anj Mats, Trimmed and Untrin, Exftminp convinced. Hrs. 0. 0, WhitJ Farm for Rent - I SHALL )X MiiX1V"y THPi-tn of AugUHt, 1!H(, ..iWfr . . Tl auction at the rourt h,,,,,, a: ;i ronnty, for the .veiir Inn a t "r " ' situatetl in Vnmv i-nnut . .. i.' "lr' ' ; of A.J.Harrm.Mrs. imK soiu and containing 17',i !t, T,.M' .' 1 K the lan.l bring known , ; '...!!."Vw whit" land. " i"! This is a pood tolnuv,, an, and tliOHe interested niv r..,,M,.Ml'.V,"r' this renting. This 12th July, I'.Un. iir.Miv it,.,., Notice of Administratis WT 1 VlVi: hit t i i i-i I'l, . . ... ior in uie es ii i' ,, t i , ; i i. censed, late of Vance Cm M't.V.thi, j. k iny an iersoi.s having ; i lanim .il;v,(, deceased to present them to im. ,1,' on or before the r.th .!.iv i,i .luiv'i,"' this notice will he jile.idl in ,:lr ;,j',J;' eoverv. All persons iin!..!.i,-,l : censeu win please ninke M t i i,.m,.n) .... :i-:oi:i;i: i; may, Administrator of Phil I'.i.un,- ,,.. Amrkv J. Hakuis. Ah,, ii v. Elon College iCo-Educationali Delightfully situated in i. ,!iur rumirnnsRcd ia llcalthfnli,. I'.l. .Huiirrii ill eoiimiiicm . Liirhts. Hat lis. SeHir.,,. v,i. advantages of of -i t y ih- ;m, tn,v ,,j advantages. .n iiie;ii instiim,,,,, i. ...i....4 ..r , III J, l,f ti ,uuiif; 111 I'll 7 1 111 tt witn twenty years ot sin ei.-fiil !,,.!, , hind it. A hiirh lrr.-nli' instil . graduates are admit . ,I to the gt-kuCt partmcnls ol all tin- great iumiT-iti.i out. examination. Maintains :iIk Sj:i Art. Elocution. l!iiNin..-. :ni lv Departments. Four i oihs.h l.-adin-r 1.1 grecs. Special Normal ('unrs.-N ,,r t,,j approved and endorsed liv State Supers dent Joyner. Terms moderate. Iimnf!!; to f 187. (' per session of ten imniili For catalogue or ot her iiif,irm;i!i ii Address EMMET L. MOFFITT, President or W. A HARPER, De.n. klon College, N.C. 1 Trinity Park School 5 A First-Class Preparatory School 4 (JertificateH of (innliiatinii Ai for Entrance to Leading Sunt Colleges. Facility if tell ollieel - and n a Campus of Seventy t i, hrarv containinir more t li ni . I. V, . - thousand hound vnhiino equipped gymnasium. Ilili dardsand modern im tlenl-, Btruction. Frem-nt I. ''tun prominent leet urers. Knf ccedingly moderate. Tv!v , of phenomenal siieee- For catalogue and other it,! address F. S. ALDR.IDGFI, Bursar, Durham, N. C Lasts Longer Thin Any Other Perfume The m-e-t er-iui-itf P" wiene e ,:i r j.r'idurfn. from the rs. font"" alcoli.,1. One .Irepiliff'. xl..r f a !i""-and b." and last-! f .r w.l- Kaeli Utile niaui.Ktf cd and j-.l.-t,. .1 mI"'' We csn', I eiweriif odnrs. (' i fume ij.ir Kerner-MacNair Prescription DruS'": Phone 1 : YYTTTYYYTTYYYTTTYTTTTJ Trinity College i Five Depart tueiit -w uate. Kneinwrii-' ,.!i-t'ia; .a a ami i 4 ., 4 fc. - T T ! I f..,.ilitN iion. j-iarge nun m equipped luborat. fc- ments of uciencc. niahed with be! DenneH rerv iu. . ;n a l "'V- ';.f. Km . Ail fit worthy Student-. ' Teacher, and StuJi. mvttigate the tup'"- rf ta... offered b,0,n,u Dif ment or tauc""" College. For catalogue an ! : '' : ' ' '' t L.FLOWF:FS.Sccre.r j Durham, J THE. NORTH CAROL1 College of Agricult and Mechanic Arts. The State's coll-Jjn in dustrial workers. ou- , uar culture, Horticulture, An" , rjr bandry and Dairjinjr: m - trical and Mechanical Ln, , in Cotton Milling anl Iff dustrial Chemistry: a tural teaching. . ;1t &l Entrance c-xanuimti county seat on thel-tu D. H.HILUPi West Ra!eib,