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THE PROGRESS FARMER
M 1886 High Point Classical " Institute i : 7.. i .. if fSEPlEMBER 8 BM WES JUST AHEAD SMITH & BROWN, ' -:o: ' 5; A SCHOOL OF HIGH? GRADE FORSBOTH iSEXES: -:ot- WINSTON, N -CARRY THE LA RGEST STOCK - Sell at Bottom Prices and Appreciate your Trade. l-ly. SFm Sogers We have recently doubled the capacity of our Store Koom by making an open" ing into the adjoining Store. This arrangement makes our- Store 49x90 feet, and with Basements and Warehouse gives us every facility for displaying and handling our Large Stock. We have the BEST ARRANGED HARDWARE STORE in this section and can now wait upon our Customers with greater ease and dis patch'. Our Stock shall be kept up to our full capacity, and we will maintain our repu tion for keeping 1 IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. We beg to call attention to the following leading Divisions or Departments o our business : HARDWARE. Here will be found everything for the BUILDER AND MECHANIC, both in Tools and Material, and a varied Assortment for everybody. s STOVES. In this Department we have met with great success : in 1885 our sales reaching in the aggregate NEARLY FOUR CAR LOADS. The House Keeper looking for a Stove unexcelled in Baking qualities, and to be "a joy forever," will find here the thing sought for, and a LARCiEK LINE Uf STOVES than any house displays in Winston. FARMING TOOLS In one or two weeks we shall offer for BOTTOM PHICES 75 Clipper Plows, 100 Farmers' Friend Plows, 125 Single and Double Stock Plows, also 30,000 Black Steel Plows, (our own Shapes.) Of Handled and Eyed Hoes we will have from 100 to 150 Dozen, of best quality. Also full lines of Spades, Shovels, Forks, Mattocks, Scythes, Straw Cutters, Corn Shellers, Reapers, Mowers and Threshers. HARNESS. We have engaged the services of an experienced Harness Maker, and will man ufacture everything in that line. Will carry a full stock of Saddles, Wagon and Buggy Harness, Leather, Trimmings, Buckles, Bits, Hames. &c, &c. PAINTS, OILS, &C We carry Lewis' White Lead, Lucas' Ready Mixed Paints, Best Grade of Colors, Linseed Oils, &c. : FIVE COURSES OF STUDY. Teach ers' ... and Commercial Courses , are specialties. Tuition $L50 to $4.00 per month. Music $3.00. Board in private families $8.00 to $10.00 : in clubs, $4.00 to $6.00. Next session begins August 23, 1886, For Catalogues, Circulars or Monitors, address S. H. THOMPSON, : Principal, High Point, N. C. 23 3m. m ale 'Forest v College. w -:o:- WITH A FACULTY OF NINE Professors, with an Invested En dowment of $100,000 with large and convenient Buildings, with a central and healthful5 Location, with a Library, of 8,000 volumes, with Appliances for teach ing the sciences, with a well equipped Gymnasium, with two Literary Societies of great efficacy, with a system of Discip line which allows perfect liberty but no license invites the patronage of the young men of North Carolina. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 1st; SPRING TERM, JAN. 15th. expenses: Tuition per Term of five months,....$30 00 Incidental Fee, 3 00 Library Fee, 2 00 Room '(unfurnished) for eioli occu pant, per Term, 3 00 For special information, or catalogues, address Rev. C. E. TAYLOR, 23 till sept. 1. Wake Forest, N. C. "And the undersigned intends to do all in his power to hasten it and keep it,, He is now 3 and opening the, largest and best selected stock of 21' hll Imll them low as the lowest. Indeed HE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. - , .it- And he is determined xq supi.y"iC uliluu Wlth BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES, In the Grocery Department will be found Molasses, Sugars, Coffees, Lard, Cheese Syrups, Fish and a full line of Fancy Groceries, ; .... Drv Goods full line; Hats, Boots, Shoes, Wood and Willow-ware, GlasS.Warp Drugs, Spices",' &c.," &c. Call for what you want and you shall have it, e Agent for the celebrated ( ... WHEAT FERTILIZERS: Pacific Guano and Dissolved Hone Phosphate. These Fertilizers have given universal satisfaction and are sold cheap. All kinds of Country Produce bought at best market prices. He appreciates most highly the substantial patronage which he has received and hopes to merit a full share of it in the future by close attention to business and to the interest of his customers. . ' - ' His stock will be kept full with constant supplies ot fresh, new goods. Polite attention, fair dealing and short profits, is his motto. Don't fail to give him a call. 31-ly. ED, Main Street, Winston, N. C. SERGEANT MANUFACTURING CO., Greensboro, N. O. MANUFACTTTOKBS 07 FARRAR TURBINE WATER WHEEL COOK AND HEATING STOVES, Saw Mills, Cane Mills, Horse Powers, Plows, Straw Cutters, Andirons, . t And Castings of -Every Description. Send Tor Price-List. ! STOP RAISING TOBACCO! AND BUY THE- k mi ill 30:6m. MACHINERY. : ' ' . - , i i This Department is under the management of Mr. JNO. I. NISSEN. We are prepared to give favorable terms and prices on every kind of Machinery, Mill Supplies, Wrought Pipe, Belting, Oils, &c. - We have recently put up in Farmington, Davie County, a 50 Horse Boiler and 35 Horse Engine and other Machinery", makine one of the largest 4 and finest Planing and Saw Mills in this ; vicinity. .Flans and estimates given at any time. Write for Prices and Circulars before buying. Best of references given as regards the efficiency of our Machinery. BROWN, ROGERS & CO, WINSTON, N. C. In the United States from R.iR. CRAWFORD. AGAR LOAD OF McSHERKY Drills and a few Meadow Kin? Mowing Machines to dispose of at once on THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, OR CASH, TO SUITOUK CUSTOMERS. W. m Ja;sTi, tm.m Ufll i u ( i . i ' ; JRemember ; also that bbr line of. ftENTCR AT; TT A w a t?t?V ; A',Vi " including TOBACCO FLUES. , . j r . ' ' ; - -I ' ' ' ' - ' : ' TJ 1 " - i I : . - - -i- - " ! ' : . : 1 . I T" T 1 Nr . OlTE-fiLie -post TO YOU. IMPORT A NT H Z, O a. THE .. . M , - x. B (I F. T .A.X 1 T IE3L j i V-. fir J ;H O. O L, 3re OK USE D IN' NO RTH CAROLINA jSjvt', gooic to rr w$i'jvr, of ajsty jlijtd, win &e sent jostrjaid. to any address on receipt of the i-r-i'm!!:' ' ' ' s :ku- PUBLISHERS' ; CRICEliiSS the dead ! ; .'v 1 i 1 'it ; DEIMB I &. CO., RALEIGH; :vJii: ..! vt v. - . l:tf. AND, CALL ON . ' ' ' U ii' m I ! ; i , . : ; , ; 1 ' .; fit 'I'M HiiO'f ' W. DURHAM, E0R :...- y- MQNTIMRMT9 j' ANn 1:1 1 vi ks 1 1 ) x At H?1 iHWteedna.lMces Made, to Suit the Hard Times. ' t . I. 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