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Mlit ld Roddirig TiUi Mn W
J Moore tba flrti f tko vk.
Dr 8 A Hanlaj tpnt leTtral da
tt Heohtaio lut weak hnatiof . '
Huiee Tret. Rnik and
Hill Tinted at Hlg a Point latt week
Thotewho kill akeaaaaU better
t careful or thay may fMia troabl.
HiiMt- Loaiae and NelfIaok, of
Baodlemaa, fiiited ia Aakeboro the
Quite a number of prominent eiti
zani of the oonaty attended com
anatioaeri meeuag Honda.
Mr aud Mrt J 0 Iarold aad aea
Olaad, apent a part of iaat week ia
Ureeaabore waiting relatifae.
Mr E 0 Poteet wai ia town Wad
neadayon hia waj to Galreetea,
Miasea Ella Hendricks- ada Edna
Hill after a week'a Tacatioa hare re
turned to Central Falli to reea
their school dutiee.
J W Oharoh aad family, af Area
dale, spent the holiday! with the
Haul oi their aaagater at Kottj
Mr O W Rich hae added another
. reom to hia naideaot ia 8onth
Aahaboro, dag a' well aad aaade
J F Birkhead attended a eonran
tion of the Holineei chnreh at Cia
ioatti last week retaraiag hoaae
8 F Lewdermilk, of Grant town
ship, killed two 14 months old pip
recently that weigned 3 lbs.
Mr Jason Carson Hill, of High
a uinif vim wt mm ami ml K aMSM, v )
Mr A F Sams, formerly of Car j,
nate cennty, bas ioeatea at 1 hoi
rille to parciiee law.
The ThomasTilie eerrespendent af
. the Dispatch tells of the death af
Calvin Taylor, colored, who was at
one time a county eommiasioaer in
Mr I M Dorsett, who has been uf
fering with pneumonia at his home.
at farmer, ia maen iraproTou.
A red rabbit is something aaasaal
bnt one was killed at Farmers by
Mr Kobt caller recently.
Mr J T Wood and family hare
been spending some time at Jeoksoa
Mr Hadley Spoon, a prominent
citisen of Arohdaie, tinted remtivee
in Asheboro and Grant township
daring the holidays.
Mr Allison Anman has moved to
Asheboro from Fayetterille aad oe-
onpies the dwelling he recently par
enaeed Irom Mr Uendncka.
Miss Daisv Oaborn. a teacher at
Lncima in Wilson comity, spent a.
part of last week visiting her parents
Mr J F Graves, who live, at Ran
dleman, bnt who has been operating
a saw mill for Mr Joe abbot near
Eagle Spring!, in Moore connty, for
six years nasretamed to Kaadlema.
Several aew dwellings hare recent
ly been erected at Farmers, where
mere is an excellent scneoi. new
dwelling! Bearing completion belong
to Messrs S V? Keens, J H Kearaa
and Marvin Kearns.
The Methodist congregation at
this place bas purchased tha Petty
property on 8aliebnry street for a
parsonage atd Rot Mr Sherrill and
family will more into tha honse ia a
Mr J A Spenoe attended the wed
ding of Mr B T Pool, of Troy, who
was married on December ISta to
Mil Bertha May Polliam at Leaa
barg. N. C. Mr Pool is oae of
Troy's moat promising lawyers.
Mr 0 M Nanoe, who has posi
tion with the Globs Fnrnitnre Co.,
of High Point, wsa in Asheboro last
week oo his retarn from a vieit to
Mr A P Naaoe an Caraway.
Dnnlap Bros' saw mill at Cansey,
in Columbia township, was destroy
ed by fire Tuesday night of this
week. The light was seen by Ashe
boro people. Cannot leara the par
ticulars at this writing.
Oar correspondents and friends
are requested to send ns names aad
addresses af every perssa who should
take the Conner. We want the
paper to go to every home in the
coni'ty and to as many homes ia
other counties as possible.
Mr W T Corwith, who has beea
engaged in the real aetata baeiaeee
in Asheboro for several years Will in
a few weeks more to Charlotte
where ha will engage in the real
estate bneineas with Mr Abbott a
well-known real estate man ia that
' Mrs. J H Dmnlap, of HalUsoa
died last week at fever. The re
mains were taken en a special train
on ttauday to the old family burial
ground in Randolph. Mrs. Dnnlap
waa an excellent woenoa and was
esteemed by all who knew her.
Carthage Blade. Mrs Do a lap was
buried at Sandy Pond near Goldstoa
Snbaoriptions paid. N F Hop
kias. 8 FLowdermilk, F T Cox,
8 M Wall, W A WaUon, J R Welch,
T H Brady, M 8 Brown, Eli Luck,
8 S Cox, T W Millikan, W 8 Staler,
B Allred, M T Brooks, W D MoT
fltt, O Q Brewer, J F Grave. J A
CaTeaeas, W K Ireed, W W Andrews,
T L KoeerM, C R Kearna, J S Macon,
J C 8keen, Prof D C Jehneeo, 8 K
Coble, D T MoCaia, Dr A Fuller, A
A Albright, G D Allred. W Crate,
PL Echols, A M Free, J F Lsvi
. John F Jones, H L Jaekaea A
Cfeaanefl, W. 0 Karri. ...
The hoard of education was
Mr Chas Ross left for Washington
mturtay. ; .
Mr B Frank Page, of Greensboro,
spent a part or tne Holidays hero.
The Book Clab meets with M
Ida Morris on Friday at 1:30 p. m.
Dr W T Herndon has beea spend
ing the helidara-with his family at
Mr John Bella, Wasblafteu. D C
was bare la t Friday to be present
at me aeie&retien or bis mother's
Mr Jeasa Searboro, ef Werthville,
was ia tewa last Thursday retara
iag from a visit to his grandparent
near Mt uneea.
Ifra H I. Innr mJ little, Ammmh.
tar, Annie, left far their heme ia At
Misssa Daisr aad Walter Paia. ef
Alamance ooaaty, are tiaitiag rela
Mr and Mrs 1 L Moffltt eaterUin
ed a few of the yoaag people i
honor ef Miss Rhodes. Mrs Moffltt'
sister, oa Thaeday Bight.
Alsoa Aumaa aad familr have
moved into the hoaae recently anr
eaaeea cx u u uenanoas on sunae
Mr aad Mrs Geo Barker, of Chase
City, Yaw visited last week at M
and Mn 0 H Rush's, ths pareato of
Mr Welter Garrett, of Hit h Poiat
naa beea viaitin at Ker w
Several of oar eitrseas went daw
to Raleigh Monday to be proses t at
tba opening of the Jegislatnre,
Mr aad Mrs Hal M Worth, of
Washington City, ae viaitmg at Mrs
A. n werth'a.
Mr Uriah Preaaell. of Ulah. who
had the misfortaae to cat hia lev
broken several weeks ago, was ahle
to eerae to towa the I rat of ths week
Mies Moselle Dioks, ef Read)
man, spent a few days with Mrs
Allie H Worth during the holidays.
Mr Lee, a carpenter from Rich
mond, Ta., has moved to Asheboro,
Miss Floreace Hendricks aad
biother, Fred, aad Miss Annie Blair
havs retimed to Guilford College.
Miss Clara 8peaoer, who is teach
ing music at Star, is at borne for
Mr and Mrs J K Wood, of Ral
eigh, were here for two days daring
the holiaavs visiting Col W F Wood
Messrs Duke Robins and Hal
Worth have retarned to the 8tate
CaivarsitT after spending tha halt
day vsoabea ia Aahshero.
Mies Edith Marine a teacher ia
the Btatesvills graded schools, is at
boms for the Christmas vacation.
Misses Agnes and Marion Moring
came home from the State Normal
for the Christmas holidays.
Mies Lizaie Sneneer. who has
position with the Southern Chair
Company at High Point, apent
mas at her Dome in Asbeboro.
Te Oar Reader.
Those who are in arrears for The
Conner will confer a favor en the
management by calling and settling
or inclosing check or money order.
To complete the improvements we
expect to make we earnestly reqnost
all to make, immediate payment.
Accident at Rmseur.
Last Mondav at the Colombia
Cotton Mill ia Ramseur Enoch Can
nady, aged 14 years, a son of Mrs.
Sallie Cannady, got his foot caught
a the elevator and was painfully
injured, though not aeriouslv. His
younger brother agad 11 years went
to te the mill to see bis brothel after
ths accident and while theie get hia
band caught m the machinery of a
loom mutitatiug it so that two titigera
bad to be amputated. The boys are
A esutifal tlsaia Weddiag.
At the home of the bride's father,
Mr W H Steele in Kamaeiir on Di-c
25th, 1904, at 11:30 o'clock a. m.,
Mr lift Cuctmau and Miss Addie
Mr Cnckman ia an excel leu t yon ng
man, who cauia to Kankieur seme
I he bride is oue el Uamiuur s
moat wo! thy daughters.
Messrs Walter rtureess and Pi U
Hoover, with Miaa Vietoiia McMath
and Mies Cox were waiters, bnt it it
whispered by knowing ones around
the corner, that ther have determin
ed not to wait long.
After the ceremony the company
was invited to the dining room wheie
everything nice and tempting were
bountifnlly served. I M U John-
ton, J P., officiated.
Mr C 8 Morris, now with the
Cone hxport Ccatmissiea Company
at Ureensboro, apent (Jsnstmaa witb
Miss Belle Rsvaolls a stadsat of
Ureensaoro female (Joilira. spent
Christmas ia Asaehere visiting her
ster, Mrs Allison Aamaa.
Mr Lsm Robbies, who has been
away from Asheboro, for some tea or
twelve years has retarned to Ashe
boro, moring here from Richmond,
Vo. He m a carpenter.
Prof V W Walker and Mrs Walk-
ar, of the Asheboro graded aoheol,
are visiting in Scotland Neck. Other
teaohers eat of town are Miss Annie
TomliaaoA ia High Poiat aad Miaa
Laara Bttmsoa ia Jtaaalomaa.
Mrs J t Bereaghs aad daughter,
iss Jessie, have about recovered
from severe colds which kept them
for several weeks. Mr corona he'
sob, Earl, is ia a bad way with rheu
matism, est is soase better.
Mr H L Jackson aad family visit-
friends aad relatives at Worth-
villa daring the holidays returning
to Elmore ia Scotland ooanty where
Mr Jaoksoa is snaeriateadent of the
Ida Cottoa Mills.
Mn Masaev Trogdoa living ia
Fraakliaville towaship, aged II
years, has a pair of scissors which
appear to bo hand made that be
longed to her great graadmotber.
The shears are probably 119 years
old. They ais ia not how.
The oietare of tha naealv little
follow Britt Millie Armfield adorns
one ooraer of a page ef the. Christ-
editlea or tne Char let te vo
ir. Master Britt is the three-
year-old sob af Mr and Mn W J
Armneld, Jr- of Ainebere, aad is
e,uite promising yoang man for his
Mr LB War visited his brother
Prof J M Way last week. Mr Way
Stenographer and book keeper for
r Pender, a promtaoat corpora
tion lawyer at Norfolk, Ta. Mr
Pender is a bob of the famous eon-
federate general of Terbore, !f. C.
Mm VI 41 U.:. - m',m
fatber'a plaoa oa Back Creek near
Aefcebora township line, raised on
a boat 95 aores last year 750 bushels
ox eon. Bono of the ears or corn
had nearly 1,509 trains of aara on
the oo a.
. Aa ear of tor raited an tha plan
tation of U 8 W Kivett last year
that weighed Iba. Than are ana
dredtofsan wdgsiag nearly that
maoh which war raieed aa the
plaeo. Oaa large ear waa dropped
ea Mn Kivetfs foot -raakhajj her
s; taraoga hat the1. ?
Roots sod Barks.
Those who are encased in nattier
ing roots aud barks used as drugs
For More Business.
The business of Asheboro during
the past year has crreutly increased,
will be glad to know that prices have ; The merchant have never before
recently jumped to almost double gold so nime goods as' during the
and in many instances three times i lust twelve montbs. Ashtiboro bnai-
the prices heretofore paid.
. After a two weeks' vsoation the
Asheboro graded school's spring term
will begin Monday, January 9th.
Let the watohword of evervone iu
Asheboro daring the cooiine voar bo
"unwara. ul the past be the past
and take fresh courage for the future.
Mr Thos Graves was in town re
cently aad in answer to the question
how game is in his Motion, he said
that be and Messrs Luoiem Marley,
Ba Marley and Will Marley killud
S7 rabbits in tree honrs on his land
one day laat week. Last year Mr
Graves and a party iu a patt of three
days killed 97 rabbit.
ness men have used more printer's
ink durin; the paat year than ever
nerore. J lie business men or Ashe
boro need further awakening and to
realize that it will pay them to do
more advertising thau at present.
The printer's ink used iW the local
paper is the best investment that can
be made In Seeking increased busi
The Courier will be furl'her iin
proved during the eoming year and
solicits the increased bneiness
both town and country.
The cnb'io debate at Libartr Nor
mal College on Wednesday night be
fore Christmas this year was the
most successful debate in the history
of ' the school. The subjeot was:
Resolved that Emigration is a Peril
Oar Uountry." The debaters
were, Mr W M Stafford, of Clover
Orchard, Alasnance oonoty, aud Mr
met Howsll, of Kaudleman, for
tie affirmative; and Mr C H Dixon,
Reidsville, and Mr J K Pritcbard,
Ashsboro, for the negative. The
judges, Messrs W ii Griffin, J f
f ickstt and A JS Lwis, who decided
unanimous!; far the negative. The
addresses of the you eg men were
well prepared and delivered in the
beat of style. Thi. is Mr Pritchard's
atcond contest and he has won in
Mr C C Royals and Miss Ella
Walksr in Tabernacle township Dec
45th, It 04, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr R L Walker, L C
Phillips, J P, officiatiag.
Mr Q C Kennedy and Miss Addie
Arnold in Tabernacle township Deo
Hoi, 1904, at the residence cf the
bride's father, Mr James Arnold, L
10 Phillips offloiatiag.
Killed fey Traia.
Jesse Densely aired .18 years was
Pound dead horribly wounded near
tne Asheboro railroad track near the
Tate Furniture Company in High
Point on Thursday nigbt .of last
week soon after the midnight trai
from Aberdeen patsseu.
It is supposed that he was Killed
by the train while beatiucr his' way
on the cow 'catcher. ' The deceased
was a son of Mr. B B Beasely of
Randleman. His brother Mi Chas
Beasely is secretary and treasure! of
the Kandleman. (Jreamery and is
Clerk of the town of Randfeinen and
holds a position iu the Bank of Ran
dloman. The body of the ' unfoitu
nate young man was brought dow
to Asbeboro. Satarday morning and
was taken out to Charlotte 11
church for burial.
Honor roll for Ashchore Graded
School for month ending Decembet
First Grade Lura Jones, Corteis
Norman, Carl Rodger), Joha Swain,
Carl Meed, Lela Aiken, siinun fox
Harvey Kodgers, Clinton Spooa,
'Second Grade Jessis Ward
George Kivett, Claud Burrow. Cath
erine Burns, Lucile Searboro, Wayne
Miner, rtoueit spencer, Uertruco
Aiken, Lenora Uroker, Mabel spoon
Ihird tirade Myrtie Kidse, Mil
died Birkhead, Lillie I'arriaji.
rourth Grade r aria Spoon. Al
fifth Grade Ida Coltrane, Lucile
Ru4h, Nancy Lambert, Clifford Cox.
sixth tirade Blanche 9poon, Iol
Seventh Grade RoScoe Miller.
Eighth Grade Marietta Betti.
Ninth Grade Auuie Moring.
1 1 a-
; Wed. ,
In Greensboro Dec Slst Mr J F
Birkhead, aged 83 years. Mr Birk
bead was the grandfather of Miss
Myi tie searboro of this place.
Mrs. Rath Parks, wife of jG W
Parks, died of dropsy in High PoiDt
Dec. 28th, and was buried near her
old home at Why Not. This is the
tilth dsatb occurring in this family
since the family moved to High
I'oint a few moutaa ago.
. a feu a
On last Tuesday msrninar at 10
'clock the marriage of Miss Maye
Wade to Mr Hugh L Boring was
solemnized at the M church in
Troy. The ohnroh was beautifully
and artistically decorated. Miss
Uora Wade, sister af the bride and
iss Alice Bruton gracefully acted
ushers for the occasion. Miss
Ina Smithermaa presided at the
orgaa ia her usaal way, and as the
clock struck ten, the appointed hoar,
she begaa Mendelsohn's wedding
march the groom with his brother,
Mr Jao Boring, entered from the
northeast enteranco while tbe bride
with her brother came from the
southeast enteranco meeting at tbe
tar where Rev W R Royal perform-
tbe ceremony in a most impressive
Miss Wade ia a charming ronn
woman, has all the qualities that go
make np a model wife. She is
tha fourth daughter of Judge O C
Wade, of Troy, wbo was elected a
member of tbe Doaee of Representa
tives from his eouutv in November.
Mr Borinc is a sacot-ssfui and pop-
J B '-mm " i dlUT nnnn
Tbe Uonner extends ooneratnla- -jmum. T.nmooii Wni ire. prto; ctun
Bona ana best wishes. tu.ii nn rmiir n:u lor conn ipttiou
Store Breakinj in Ashebsro.
As Mit Hale went from his home
to the Asheboro station bofore dav
on Wednesday morning of last week
he discovered Geo Tucker, ha
Leach and Dallas I'ntcbard, all of
Randleuan iu tho store of G O Hen
dricks & Co., striking matches and
looking at different articles of mer
chandise. Mr Ha'e got others and
went back bnt on approaching the
atore the boys had escaped aud were
beard running. As the train passed
the water tank two miles from town,
tne train crew were on the lookout
for tbe thieves. Again at Spero the
train waa stopped and Mr Hale iu
looking up on top of the cars to see
if they were there saw them behind
a wood pile not far from the rail
road track. Mr Hale and Mr Massy
and W A Underwood started te
catch them and ran them for some
distance to a fence when one of them
was caught. Capt Burns took
charge of him, while Mr Hale
and Mr Underwood kept in hot
pursuit of the other two aad
after running some half mile caught
one, after catching him tbe other
one Geo Tucker made bis eseapo and
has not yet been apprehended.
Leach and Pritchardare in jail com
mitted by jnstics of the peace J S
Loach bus done service on the
Rowan roads. He bas two st-vrru
wounds in his back made recently by
a knife as he alleges by a negro in
We sffVir Owe Hundred Dollars Rewird fnr ftnv
rwteof Caiarth that cauitot be cured by Hull i
r J. :HrTHY & Towao, u
Wft. the andnvlKiied. hare known V. J. Chener
for IS ream, and beliATe him prrlftcIlT honorable
to carry out i
tranactlons and financially ablv
WAi.niNO. KINN AN 4 MARVIN,
w noleeala l)nuiclu. Toledo, o.
HII' Catarrh Cura ia taken Internally, aclii
dlrrrtly npon the blood and inucumiurfareaof tl
tbx son or roroL
To Old People
If tho people of this town only knew
the good Vinol does old people, we could
not get enough to supply the demand.
With old age comes feebleness and losa of
power, laok of strength and vigor. To
prove our belief that Vinol is the great
est atrengthener, body builder, and in
vigorator for 'old folks, we say to all
try it, and if you are not satisfied we
will return your moneys
Asheboro Drug OomanT
At High Point Dec. Jlst, Mr Ray
mond Trsiniiei and Miss Belle
Mitchell, . .
Dr. B Marvin Cavint-ss, a graduate
of the University Medical School aad
one of the .most successful! young
practitioners of Wake county resid
ing at nBKeueiuwai marrieu in mi
Kaletgh uaptist Tabernacle church
to Miss Carrions Jones, a lovely and
charming : yonug woman. Dr.
Caviness is a native of this eonnty.
At the resideaee of O W Eindley
in Tabernaole township Thursday
evening, December 21th, Mr Charles
Dorsett, of Fullers, and Miss Jane
Miller, of Hoover Hill, J C Hoover,
J I' officiating.
At Greensboro Miss Rosa Tork
and Mr James W Lesley Deo. Stth.
At the residenoe of Mr W S Gat
lia in Cedar Qrove township Decem
ber Uth, Mr B L Presnell aad Miss
Londslla Graves, both ef Mitca leld,
N. C. W8 Gatlin, J P. oSciating.
Married at Trinity on Deo 24th,
Mr P K Framer and Mies Carrie
In Asheboro en Moadav. .Tannery
3nd, 1104, Mr. S L Binder, of High
Point, and Miss A C Craven, of
Empire, J S Ridge, J. P. officiating.
On the 1st. dav of Jan. 1905. at
the residenoe of X M C Johnson in
Ramseur in the presence of a com'
panv of friends, Mr. A L Caviaess
and Miss Ada Allred were anited
in marriags. The bride and greem
are both popular yoang people of
AN OLD ADAGE
'A light purse U a heavy curse"
Sickness mates a Kgiit purwt.
The LIVER Is the seat of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
Married While In Bed.
Mr Koese Blair, of Trov. who
came to nor Hospital Monday with
a pair of broken ribs as the result of
a mlway-autoinobiU collision oa
the Aberdeen A Asheboro Railway,
was married ia the hospital this
afternoon to Miss Ada Allen, of
iroy, Kev 1 u Jtlliagten, pastor of
me siouroe Methodist church, nm
dating, in the presence of a cou.id
arable number ef friends of tbe con
trading parties. Thsy were
have been married at Trov last nivht
ana taKe a trip to Cuba, but it wan
decided to have the marriage here,
and several friends came. The
groom presented the bride with
$10,000 home. It is expected he
can leave the hospital in a fortnight.
no was married while lying flat on
his back, being nnable te rise. His
wife is at -the Varboro He one and
will remain here until he recovers.
Raleigh Cor. Charlotte Observer.
Sesisl Evst at ArcMale.
Mr. sad Mrs. Herbert Freeman
nnite an cniovahle "Witah
Party" Saturday night Deo 31st,
1904. to the delight or tne young
people. In tbe early evening a num
ber of old time games wsre indulged
n which brought forth peels of
merriment. All too soon tne hour
12 arrived; three sain tea were given
and with sad hearts we bid farewell
to the eld year aad with joy greeted
the new. We were then invited
nto the dinning room where a
bountifal feast was spread consist
ing of sandwiehes, coffee, nuts, cakes
and fruits. It was good to be there.
Kvarv one present thoroughly enjoy
ed tbe occasion and feel very much
indebted to the host aad hostess.
May we all meet there again seou.
Those present were Misses Ora Cox,
Pearl Marsh, Lena Freeman, Mag
gie Cox, Hattio Tomliiisoa, Rntb
Freeman, Mabel freemen.
Messrs Carl Cox, Chas Idol,
Darid Petty, L C Aadrews, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Wilson, Mrs. J Arthur
Marsh, and Mr. aad Mrs. Herbert
Th. Board mat Monday and renniiiad iu
mien tw uaji, Manna vara allawct
McAliater, Worlk 4 Co.. m.lie. 5'J ..8
W L I'errv. feed.
O 0 lug-old, work an Nig,
B F Nawhy, lioardintr Citr.t Kennedy.
I J Kullnr, lamliar,
C ii Tjaor, Inmlier,
A (' Infold, lumbar etc.
II II Hrmnedy, aiipi,
W M Cheok, list anpt,
N C Craiiford, guard.
F M Wall, (roar.,
Jana rearca, rinN1.
B B Hill, iruarti.
D W Holder. driTfr.
H II Kaanody, conry prinanera ram
E 0 fork titers Co., mdaa,
F B Kranady, making olothaa.
J C Allrad. ainithiuj?.
J F Crnran, pair mulea,
AabcUro l.umlwr & Mfg Co., lbr.
W ; MiUer, mdx..
Aasolwro Holler Mills. mdr,
MeCntry Redding Ildw (.'o., mdaa.
W M Huron, lead. .
Islington Grocery Co., indar,
W A tricklaad, raprug Ijdg,
Standard Drue Ce., mdaa a a a.
J M bratrer, 2 dara deputy,
Rag. of Uewja, Ul aud 2nd capy
apodal ttcuojl taxaa to auditor .Ic,
T W Audr.wa, odicar grand jury.
Suudard Drug Ce., tudM Keg uuio,
The Courier, priuting Kag oSice,
The Courier, " o o oOiea.
A E Hall, janitor for court.
John Rich, janitor etc,
T J Fioab, oxprerta on tax beuka.
vtood A juonnx, indite.
S C Cranford, eourt crier,
U R Fox, aaw dual,
U It F.i. douuly.
J U Luther, deputy,
Wood & Mering, mdae,
it W l'arriali. t.rk.
A W Fuller. iud.
Jehu f J rrell, mdaa.
. L Robbiua, oora,
Haai Delk, pork.
r j ueu, .apt,
W F McCrary, mdi..
aUDowell Broa., conry jaront to
C. II I'hiUina.exiu KUa Briletluualiu.
J C IlMror. nam.,
ifat'rary-RtHirling Hdw Co. m.lae
T W Incram. reutHtrHr, '
B F Newbv. Iioardina iur.r.
W I, Lineljerrv. 1 dav Uiliff. .
J ft Marler. jailor lec,
M VS'ard, eonvy Jeha Ward Irtnatic
J M I.nther, convy John Hurley to
J R Marin;, covy Onnlovr Hindjlnrui
tic to MorizMiitoa.-
T W Miller, couvy priHonors from'
Liberty t. Anholwre,
Dr McKadyen, exm Funnie t'obl.
Thoe (Irarea, 1 tlay judge alar-.
V 1) lflin, name,
. C' nhaw, holding election aod mom -
nor canraen lioard,
Dr W J Mooro. anpt health.
W H Winningham ronry priti,nem t
A Preanall, aaaiat lanr.
W H f!dding. regiatrar.
, r, lloorer, c'ny Mia m unlet
luautic to Uorg:inton,
J M Way and II O .oanitcr were appoint
1 a cenuuiitM to nettle with tlia clerk and
Great Reduction Sale !
Couxtination and niles are twins.
Ther kill people iuch by inch, sap
life away ever? day. Hollister's
liocky Mountain Tea will positively
cure you. rno cure no pay. to
cents, Tea or Tablets. Asheboro
Jauuary t. -The holiday paeaed off very
lietlv here. Our paot)le rwoined eont.ntml
and happy... ... Among th. viaitora to town
liinuiz tne paal two weeae we nmicea uie im-
Invrinx: Mr and MraO U Tr.rdea and child
and Mr anil Mra r.raat lrogflon anil
I. of High I'oint; Mi .Nellie Mctiiel, Mr
id Mrs Herbert Curtie. Mr anil Mra A 1.
IfurujeM and children, Johnnie and Hurley
I r.ijilie uovrnen, or ureeiwooro; air ami
lev C'rareu. of FrauklinTiU.: Meaep
I. Biav and K.dilie t'vi. Mr and Mr Horner
and ohihl, fif Saufurrl; Mr Oacar York, of
hnnrrn City. Tnun Miaeea lry Itarna, of
Reil Sprinira, and F.tta Fonat, of Texxa: Mr
in Mra It lllett nn cniiu, ot oear
rw'; and ntheta we do ut now recall
The following marriage, ocenrred during the
lidaya: . Mna Kdna Col to Mr lien Marley.
Ita Addie Steele to Mr West Corkman aud
Mr Amlrrev Carenea and Miaa Ada Allridge
were marrieil by T M C Jnhneott on Irnat .Sun-
lay Mr Will Luuier and family apent
.me with relaUve in ureentlierr .vra
la) and eon, ef near kildee, tieited Mr ai d
Mn I K Craren laat wk The remains
of M.ixter Flelclier ljne, of lireenalxiro, were
brouiiht to Rameeur for interment. Hie
death ia peculiarly aad owing to the fact that
ae waa nia parenia oiuy m. iuw uram wn
M by the aoriilental diacharge of a pitol
hieh hrunclit on hkiaw. The licrr-nvcd
family have the heartf.lt aympathy of our en
lire coounuuity Miaa Weetheraliea and
Mr neathereliee. r Kaleign, yiaiteu tneir ma
ter, Mm J T Cobb, the peat week Hon
it Watkuia left Monday to.tteml Uw prea-
eut aeiwion of the legislature. He oe te re
present Rantiolpli and Montgmnerjr counties
in Uie Senate mni we fell confident that theee
cnuntie. will lie alily repreeented. Ilia .eat
i No. SS aim Maey t ipelnI. ol uie
Baptiat Female UniTeraitjr at Kalfigh, aient
lie heliilava at home ine Oiaew ami
ta Af the estate ot the late R V t' were
4d at auction laat Saturday, hnuging l,ki
dollars. -Mr J D Leonard purrnaeed lat
week the ennTenieat residence of Mr H M
York. Rev J L Pstton, c4 Elf iWlege,
filled hi polpit in die Crts.a ekturh Sn-
itf, pteschisg aW ttrmmn SMvrneg ml
J 1 05
At Wood & Moring's Big Department Stores.
For the Next Thirty Days
we will offer for sale our beautiful line of new Ladies'
Coats, Jackets, Gapes, Etc., at greatly reduced prices, i
These goods are not old or shop worn, but were purchased J
past fall and are good values and of the latest styles. 1
We keep nearly every thing kept in a first-class general '
store and our prices are reasonable. Give us a call. t
WOOD & MORING,
ASHEHOUO. . C.
County Home and that hia rela t
coutuv for hia keeping.
Ordered that s jMir of mules
jildy Swaitn for S300 and aaid
Jan t.- The health of thin community in
rery g.od at present. - -Mr Franklin An-
n, el Umllord t . otieire, spent tne nouunvn
th relativsa and frienda hare. Mr aud
Mrs M I. Fry. of High Point, int Chrixtinna
ti Uieir daughter, Mrs Thadeua Anmim
The Christuuu tree at l'ienih was en
jeyeii rery much by the little folks. Har
ris Auman died Dec 2fith of tTiJioiJ fnrer
and waa Imrried at Pleasant nHl the S7ih.
He leaTes wife and two children besidiie a
knat of relatives and friendv to mourn their
lose. - - Mim I.uciuib 1'arki "is risiting at
Sam Hsudeock's tliis week. -Mr Edgar
reanell, ef AhoUro, Tisiicd at S A Cox's
Card of Thanka.
I desire to thank the meinlierx ot ihe
kriatiau EndeaTor Society aud the iro.xl pvi
pie of Ahebero far Ik. nice contribution!
preeented me the tat week. I ant indeed
grateful to one and all
JOKR J II H KS.STKH.
WeddiBf Bella Ap.a.
A very beautiful home weddlns ess celehrsten
st Mr. a. U. Lowa'H on Vhrlilan-a day al two
'clock n. m. nineteen hundrvil snl lour. 1 lie
oantractlni parties belns Mls Mary Miu Lowe.
William Ottrmtr. fenu-
parlor waa beautifully dn-orHted with ercntrsemi
snd chryaiittieMum. Tim bndeworea haad
mmm gray null Only a few Miecial trieudu were
prassnt. Tha hrlde and smem n-reiTeil rahutlile
and useful prcnt. Ahont three ocloc2 the
found aJlkludii ol satablos calculated u tenist
.1 eatlKly tli atpHMi. iney win ioce in
Kh Point snd mar hsavons rlcbest hleMlngi
ttsad them. AOltiT.
ths scroiupllshcrt swtl Clinl
ian of Ulah P ilnt. Thecervn
MANURE FOR SAI.K t)R TRACK! -
Alsmt seventy-fire londa of it on bund and
will trade for w.igon. biggy, horxe or any-
hing we can nee. Mounts LivHtl tbi r..
HAY AND FOPPF.R WANTED!--Will
pay three dollars load for soma geod hay
ue itellar and a quarter n eunurcu ler
aume gixxl f,ldcr, bring some at once to
Monnia i.rtCTT .tabik.
WHY PAY MORE FOR
When you can buy them of us for almost
We can supply your wants and guarantee you satisfac
tion in any of the following lines: Furniture, Chairs, Side
Boards, Go-Carts, Pictures, Tables, Stoves, Ranges and Gen
eral House Fnrnishings.
Give us a trial.
PEOPLES HOUSE FURNISHINGXOMPANY.
High Point, N. C.
Morris-Scarborc-Moffitt Co 8
Wholesale and Retail
FOR CASH ONLY.
Beginning Saturday, Jany. 7th, and
Continuing Until Wednesday,
Feby. 1st, 1905.
With a view to making a change in our business
we are going to sell at Greatly Reduced Prices
anything from our entira stock of Dry Goods,
Notions, Millinery, Clothing, Ladies' Jackets and
Skirts, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Baby Carriages
and Go-carts, Chairs, Rockors, Bed-room Suits,
Mattresses, Dress-suit Cases, Trunks, Etc. In
fact this reduction will apply to anything in our
store except Groceries and the well-known Crossett
Shoes, prices on which cannot be changed.
Don't forget the time. Reduction sale positive
ly will not last longer shan February 1, 1905.
florris-Scarboro-tVIoffitt Co H
Wholesale and Retail p$
We desire to return thanks to
each and every one who has
given us a portion of their pa
tronage during the past year and
wish you many happy returns
during tbe new year.
It is our aim and desire to
serve you better during 1905
than ever before and we ask
your hearty co-operation.
Wish each and every one of
you a Happy New Year,
McCrary-Redding Hdw. Co.
MnHco is hrrrbr (rlran tlist appll.'allr.n will I
wade a the si Nvwral aimiiMtoi N.rtnr"ar-
litia ! clisuae Mia cnancr ol uie sowu "i nan
Tl. necsrntwr is, ims.
WAtrrBDgTAVKH I par fnr a lliuiwrt timr
1 1 -4 uoh fljs per 100 . jo
1 1 -a inch bofKhsads par 100 J JJJ
I hsmls "
1 outaves 14 l-
IniatctlDll dais avary fatrurdaf.
WANTED! Good one horse srajron and
Ha ffor. will trsds a horse for em or bath anil
giim ran trsHs you will b plaasad with.
MKll( Utbt driaXX.
AshshorB, . r.
Chicago (SL Eastern Illinois R. R.
Double Daily Trains
St, Louis and Chicago!
From ISalle Street Station, Chicago,
From Union Station, St. Louis,
950 a m 9:10 p m
9:30 a m-9:46 p m
Morning or evening rouuectiou at both l-nuiai with lines diveriiig.
E(nipnient entirely new and modern throughout.
A DOUBI.E -TSArl SAILWAT.
Enuippesl with practical and apin-ored aafely sipUaneee.