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GR?FES, from their most health
ful properties, give ROYAL its
active and principal ingredient
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It u economy to i\ e Royal Baking Powder.
It saves labor, health on ' y.
Where the best fcod is requr . no other
taking powder or leavening ageni take the
place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder,
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1 GENERAL ASSEMBLY NOTES.
\ bid ha.--. bOOU in 111nl<(? i tl Ii) Air
Irby lo Authorize the county board 01
commissioners' of Lau reu? county ?kn
iustte coupon bonds of said county not
exceeding fifty thousand dollars, I'm
the purpose ni replacing bridges de
stroyed by (loods ot MOS.
\ bill to remit certain luxes to the
Reedy Uiver Power Co. has been In
troduced by Senator Wharlon.
Senator Wharton lias trained a bill
to rotund to 10. U. Aycock eertaain
over paiti taxes.
Representative Sullivan lias se
cured the passage of the bill author
izing the county to pay si en rent tor
the ball used by the Traynhnni
Guards.
August Kohn bas the following In
reference to one of the Lnureus deb
gntiou, as follows:
"Mr. J, 1?. Sullivan, of l.aureiis. sah!
he had never spoken before such ;
gathering before. lie said lie win
familiar with the needs and condi
tions of the people. Mr. Sullivan
said he had heard much of the same
old straw threshed out. lie review
ed farm conditions in nutc-bellum
days and compared theni with posl
bellum conditions on the farm. II?
said the Boil law was not oporative
in iin- up country long after ii wa
in vogue in the low country. In lib
county there are many small farmer*
and diversified fanning is growing,
ho said.
Mr. Sullivan is a great believer in
the plant industry and argued that it
is now Working wonders. Mr. Sulli
van is a lino type of the old school
and made a most interesting talk oil
farm conditions.
" l'ho I iikuou Ii Tony IM'/'
Thal was a very rouuirknblo de
velopment in Iii?1 ?-liool affairs <>i
l.lttlr l.s COllllly. Waat lull i Im Vi?
boon ili mingi >i emotlona of tie |i0'?;
l'ilo when i'icy discovered tlml their
children tvcro helng trained, nol In
orthodox "reading, 'writiiug and
'rlthmoHo," Inn In Iho mysteries ol
(?in? "Unknown Tongue?*' Ii is easy
n tin.ic iand Iii)? iliat Indignation
should .'list' ami lit,.' thai suiiilimi'y
it-linn should he taken.
! Jiibl whal ilds "Unknown Tongue"
is no one seems able lo siaie, Per
uips thai Is boe.anse it unknown.
Kot, ii was known well oi ugh by tho
teach er lo try lo Inculcate it Into the
minds >>i iho scholars. Tills phase U
interesting as well as remarkable.
Las) year the disciples of the "Un
known ^'ongue" held a meeting in
Qreenvllle, over ligaiusl tho cily
stockade, Tin re ;? leni was erected,
ami daily (locked Ihlthor many tu
it tit ihe it-, i of learning. As far as
nanny went, wo are told, there was
nothing it< vvarrain eh her criticism or
,i>'gument. The . iateiueiits of tin
ipeakoiv rein ined iiuehallcugod. N'ol
one arose t<> dispute. Kverything they
said was accepted. This may have
boon din in in-' fuel that onl> those
,vho had boon Initialed were able lo
unterstand Iho language. The
'Tongue" certainly possesses (ho nov
iliy of having hitherto boon un
known in them ports, and Is s'ill so.
However, some of those days, ii
will doubtless be trauslat'd and then
,vo will be able to understand. Tho
icoplo of Lauren: county p< rhnps
uiderstand new or they are, at least,
.veil enough up on tho miner to
f. |i ii away from their children.
I i which they iii'e exactly right
ml shou'd bo upheld tlreenvlllc
I'ledinonl.
Hope for the Sum 11 Farmer.
Everywhere the South is already
cntehhiH ii 10 with tin now and radi
cal Idea thai ihe sun II farmer may
really mako money. In Virginia, far
I mors oil laud valued nl $1 nn ncro,
have suddenly taken to growing crops
'valued, at $ioo an acre. Young men
nro hegluuing tu stay In the country
; in on'.er to make money. Even tho
young men in city ; went shops ami
I factories have caught the glad tidings
Iand are hurrying hack to the soil to
'i.. their lue!., ami draw a good deep
I hivnth, and nro Inking some ol the
city's savoir vivro with them in the
i country.
And if the South, why not toe
north? Why not new England?
A^a Judd was told the other day
thai with the new government me.
! lands, he might clear a prolil of at
least $1,000 next year. lie merely
mlled his great, whole souled smile,
scratched his head a little, and went
jon doggedly doing the work of two
I men and one horse in the snmo old,
futile, Arcadian way.
Hut 1 have high hopes of him and
of Lahan. One of these days the de
?paitnnni of agriculture will establish
a demonstration farm in the Whitn
Mountains?a lurm only halt as largo
j as lindgor'a,' yei one thai will grow
I two tons of hay to Asa .ludd's one.
and live bUShclS Of potatoes his tWO.
and plenty of grain ititq the bargain.
And presently he will no* ice two
?tem. Wood's Sitfds
r'or The
Ute
Thirty ycai fJ 'n business, with
a steadily increasing trade every
year?until we have to-day one
of tho largest businesses in seeds
in this country?is tho best oi
ovidoncc us to
rihe Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters fcr
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, So\u Bean3 and
&11 Farm Seeds.
Wood's De?ciiptive Cntaio
tho most useful and valuable ol
Garden and Farm seed Catalogs
mailed Tree on request.
T. W. WOUD & sons,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Vn.
loams in tho old I er farm, and
two young hired n n( the dining
int?'.'', am! Uli I s!. i-.'i will a iuatly
ill ? ;-ia! : ? o will tliiit graphophonc
un?] ".'la ' t: ) r will lose her anx
ious look find hogtn id feel i ? (hough
her head wor< "wuth" inoro than the
longest doctor' hill ever made mo.
And Unit dollar will cease rotating on
its axle and will bo !: Id to real In the
bsuk to save wear ami loar. Uobici
Haven Sehaiillter, tu SucCi *s Ungit
ktetiKtiti I'nthrom ?!.
Because meal - a re so in tlj 11
are consumed in great o::e ?:. ?'
leads to stomach (roubles, bllioush
and constipation. Itcvise you;- diet,
!??: reason and not a pampered appe
tite control, Iben iahe a few doses
of Chamberlnln's tdoiiiitch and IH i
tablets and ybu Will soon be well
again. Km- sale by I.aureus Drug
Co. Sam pit s i n t>.
nur MM? ii i ?irx^r' vka:?-taw,?.? ??
?Simeons
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i{ All $1.00 Dress Goo Is
:| All $1.00 Silks 89c
\ All 50c Dress Goods 39c
!| AllSOcSilks 39c
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i All $1.00 Broad Cloths
^ Our sale i< in full
I blast. See us while
I those bargains last.
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gallons <>i palnl al a cost Onl) I
After 33 years of oxperlon v. mill
of users of L. M. Paints t in
Plrat, it wears Id to 15 yuan ?'
ond, ft only ?v i $ I sjO a i< illo
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RALE/QH. /VORTH CAROL/N
Insurance in Force.
Gain in insurance (i058Policies)
Gain i .? Premium Income
Gain En Total Income. .
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS AND TRUE SUCCESS CAN OX LA' HE MEASURED BY STRENGTH,
SOUTHS STRONGEST LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY IS SHOW N IN I'IGURES?UEPRl\AEN'
PACTS -THE MOST ELOQJJENT TETIMONY OP THE SECURITY TO TH
STATliVU^XT
Of Condition December 31st, 1908
ASSETS
State and Government Bonds.
Loans, l*'iist Mortgage and Collateral
Real Estate.
C.isVrin Hank and Office.
Policy Loans.
Premium Notes.
Agents' Balances.
Interest and Rents Accrued.
Net Premiums in course <?. collection (Reserve
charged ns liability).
Puruiturc and fixtures (2*3 cost).
Total Assets .$537'0^9,03
1.i68.(j
362,005. |5 : Reserve ?>n < )ut~> amiin?; Insurant
88.500.00 Extra Reserves.
2,323.61 All other Liabilities ....
49,018.84
802.63
h357-'>7
8,86*75
' 17*93
11 7> Surplus to Policy Holders, $403,403 03
L955?97
Total Liabilities .
#527,029.03
Conservative in management, every dollar of its capital and surplus paid in cash, its assets well invested, The
PERSON offers the best in Life Insurance i<> those wh > desire t?> advance the upbuilding of the South an I at
time get as safe protection as tiny company in the world can give?#15.71 ASSETS !?'< >R EVERY Si LIABILITY,
60,3 S'cj
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Carolina, l.nun us, s. t'.
OFFICERS :
.JOS 0 BROWN, President ; CHAS. .1. PARKKR, Treasurer: P. l?. 0OLI),
lr.. V. P. & Gen. Mgr.: ALHKltT A NM) 10 It SON, M l> . I xllcal IMreeiar; C.NV. MsLES * 1 181 KS M
IOLI) Scc'y and Supt. Agencies; T. If. WOMACK, ( nertil Lottnsol; ( . \\.
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