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Tho Asheboro Courior.
Local and Personal.
Mr Henry Yow, of St-agrove, was
Mr and Mrs J C Davis lire visiting
in Trimly township.
Mr and Mrs W J TVague have re
turned from Florida.
Quite a number of carpoijtnrs from
elsewhere art- at work here.
Mrs O G llubbdid and cliililroi.
of .llivii!i', spent W.-ilhii-i "
night in Asbi-boio il!i Mis 1 1 11 1
bord's mother, Mrs -
Mr C L 15tuy who has bt en living
at Sanford for several ywirs, him
moved his family to the old Win
Bray homestead, near Umpire post
office. Mr C L Hay worth who tnivell d
iu South Carolina and (ieoi"ia lib!
year for the Asheboro Whwlburrow
Co., is book keeping for Morrls-Scarboro-Mollilt
Mr and Mrs Cic:ro )ais me .. , . 'f'" "" BM
visiting in Trinitv township. u " ""gna,... cenua r,
. ' hits uecept.-.l a position with the
Miss Ethel Nidge spent Sunday Ashoboru Home Building & Mate
rial (Jo., as uook keeper.
Mr. S M Careness is building a
resilience and also a stole ho"se on
Salisbury street i.ear Asheboro Rol
ler Mill, lie will movu here from
Uandleman in a few days.
All persons who write for the
Courier should not forget to send
their names. We cannot in the fu
ture publish any item of news or
other matter unless accompanied by
the real name of thu writer.
Mr. Z F Rush Sr., who 1ms been
visiting his daughter Mrs. 1'ropst f
Ala. returned to Asheboro lust week.
Mr. Hush has been suffering from
grippe, but is improving.
Mrs. lledwine, wife of W 1' lied
wine whose death was published iu
the last issue of the Courier, was
married twice, a!v: she is survived by
two children of her In. it husband,
V B Varborough and B Yarboroui;h
both of Lexuigsei).
Aslieboro's excellent graded school
is bringing more, people! here than
anything else. All parents ihm
days want their children educated
at tho best sohcol. At Asheluuo
every child can get a good PtliK.-uii.m
at public expense.
Miss Myrtie Scarboro was c-ulltil
to Greensboro Tuesday on account 1 1
the death of her uncle Mr. W .)
liKk'e who is a brother of nur towns
man Mr. J S Hideo, who also went
over for the funeral. Mr. Ridge was
it son of the late iluo W liidgc of
here with Mrs J T Undorvyood
Mr William Graves, of Richland
township, was iu town Tuesday.
Mr. G Morris is building
house for rent on Salisbury street,
The Book Club meets with Mis
M S Robins on Friday, at 3:30 p m
Mrs C C McAlister has returned
from a visit to her sister in Norfolk
Mr Aumttu left Tuesday for Rich
mond Ya. to get bis full line of shoes.
Miss Fleta King, of Why Not,
spent last Sunday with Miss Jessie
Capt A Burus is back on the
road again after bis accident of
few days ago.
Mrs N W Walker went to Con
cord Tuesday to spend a few days
witu a tnend.
Mr. G TS Hurley, formerly ot
Asheboro was married in Atlanta
Mr S F Lowdermilk has sold his
house and lot on South Main St to
Mr J C Nance,
Sauford is to hold an election to
to issue bonds for a new Graded
See special bargains in advertising
col u m or A r Vox, an enterprising
merchant at Cedar Falls.
Mr Charles Ross, private secretary
to Congressman llobt N l'age, has
returned from Washington.
Mr Chan Yun'cannon and daught'M
ami Miss Nettie 1'iichard, of lli''
l'oint were here Tuesday.
Mr R Presnell has sold his house
and lot near Prof Way's to Mr J H
Humble of ft rant township.
Two of the nicest cottages in to.vn
aic those of Mr. J T Wood and Mr.
J W Hiilley on Sunset Avenue.
Misses Ktta. An man and Lena
King are spending a few days with
their (ousin, Miss Jessie Boroughs.
T G Coble, a well known Julian
merchant, is quite ill, suffering with
a complication of deseases following
See change of ad of Peoples lloust
Furnishing Co. When, in High
Point call and see them. It is a re
Asheboro is going forward with
leaps and bou"ds, never before has
there been such rapid progiess in
"btiilding.iii the towu.
Two families whowauted to move
to Asheboro lust week could rot do
so because no houses to live in could
We call attention to the new ads
in this issue. There are quite, a
number of them and it will pay you
to look them up.
Mr J 1) Simpson is greatly im
proving his dwelling ith a new coat
of paint and Mr C L Hay worth is
also improving his honjjL
There are buildings jgoiug up iu
almost every part of tjpe towu and
every ma a who can uity will woik
can find work every day.
Mrs A Candle was called to
Salisbury last Saturday to attend thu
bedside of ber father, Mr. J 11 llai t
tnan, who died, Tuesday night.
For want -of space we arc com
pelled to omit several items of iu
terest this week. We regret this,
veiy much, bat it can't be helped.
. The idlers would do well to read
the new vagrant law.' There is dan
ger of tome people getting on the
chain gang if the . courts do their
Mr Marline Coble, son of- Vf M
Coble, of Randleman. has left school
to take position in the Delgado
Mills at Wilmington, N. C Ran
Tho little child of Mr. and Mrs
Braxton Wagoner, who was so badly
burned by falling in an open tire last
week, died from the effects of the
Real estate agents are of much
value to a town. Armfield and
Langhlin, real estate agents, are do
ing much in aiding in tho building
up of Asheboro.
- Miss Esther F An man who has
been visiting bur parents Mraud Mis
A Auman on Sunset Avenue return
ed to Fayftteville Tuesday to finish
a bushest course.
The good vagrant law enacted by
the legislature is worth a doen
emigration bureaus. Idleness i the
reason we are short of work hands,
Enforce the new vagrant law and we
will get on well
There are many people moving to
Asheboro now ami more coming.
. They'like onr town. They can get
' work and good wages too. They can
get a good school.
The western part of Asheboro is
building np faster than any other
part of town. The land is level and
water is plentiful. The Messrs
Cranford & Ross will offer seveuteen
nice lots at auction, in that section,
March 21st at 1 p in.
WHITE SATIM FW. Brrt on earth
JV eal by W. D. STROMAS A CO, -
IValeri in in Mromic.
The man who Insures his life Is
wise for his family.
The man who Insures his health
Is wise both for his family and
You may insure health by guard
ing it. It Is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fests itself in Innumerable ways ' "'
And save your health.
New Rural Libraries.
The recent Leislatuie has enact
ed the Rural Library law, and under
its pro is'oua six new Rural Librar
ies can be hail ill every county, the
Slate giving $10.00, the county $'0.
00, ami the people of the community
10.000. i here 13 alr-o a pro l-lo:i
in he new law fur six supplemental y
libraries, costing .l,"i tiO. It is to lie
hoped that all these lil.ruries willjie
taken iu Randolph as soon as possi
ble. Seventieth Birthday.
Mrs Jiinies A I Htnshaw, of Prov
idence township celebrat- il her sev
entieth liirlh-iluv on March 10th.
There were present, children anil
gnuid-cliiiilivu, 31. Ail participa
ted in mi ccel!e,-it dinner pivp.ired
by hi r unit children. Ylw children
and crainl-ehihlivi:, net present,
were six in number. All prisent;
eiijoye.l the dinner and being logelh
er. Mnv thev all meet ngain.
Tin Lite Mr Harm.
Mr 0 (i Harris v, 1 o died at the)
'i.iiue of hid ihinhler, Mrs Jieken-'
.; ri.-.,,.il. Garden in Guilford j
'oiielv lnt wcU, wis 5!) years old!
mi hi-1. I 'ivciiihel, and s Tved thro'
:ne wur with valor and with honor.
Mr CI iy :'.;(! of this county
nniirkd one of his daughter. He
It is two nth r man led daughters, 'IV
one of them uirried a MrGrnv. anil Mi"
the other one Mr Dickens, lie has
an 1,'pinm i led daughter and one son,
Mr ilitr.M l;a 1 been tick in Ral
eigh. ! "t had apparently recovered
I). lore lce ii'; for his home, lie
i lu hl ii ,...-:j i iiiti in the legisla
ture as a iat nn-r.
He is.a I,. !.!:.- .f Mr V O liar-
ris of '1 riuHv toi..-hip, this county
l;i. all account of his death in tin
last issue of the ('mirier, we inad
verteiitlv said he died at Guilford
Ili:,l,i:AItTF.I',S for 11,01
i im!. Krnei II. l-oj-nctt ,V Co'i.
iK II. . I. llemV, IVkl mul
W. I). STI'.UM N A C).
Mi: n w
-much. ii.- win
el.ille llilill. be
.1 V.V(lne,,v ,,f e.
i lew prices iu this iine. m urn hiil
- im. .M.cii.iiv-i(i;iinixii now. en.
The Piesbyterians of Ashehoio
e purchased from Mr. .1 I' Hor
gl'S tile old perl .illioe building on
main street and also the cornel soaih
of the post olliee tract. A parsonage
will be er. cied uml Kev. C W liohe-
son, the pustoi- of Asluboro l'u-ihy-teriun
chiii'i'h 'i ill move i-it )il when
r. A S JvMi-.i-, a son of Mr. Ii ui
som Ltii iH. of I'liion tow nship, lei t
last, we k for Advance, Indiana,
where lie has a posiliou during the
summer and fall. Mr. Lucas has
been keeping books for the Home
lu 1 1 1 in 2 ami .Material Company, of
sheboro. Mr. Luas is an exce'l.mt
In another column in this i-siie
will be found a large advertisement
f the well known hardware firm of
llollady-Pool Hardware Com
pany. Ibis linn is one ot the
urgest in this section of the slate.
currying ut all tunes in stock a lull
line of hardware, buggies, and farm
Mr U. R. Fox has purchased the
undertaking and furniture business
of Mr. K. B. Keearns. The building
near Mr. Kearns' dwelling will be
moved to and added lo the Keiirns
Furniture Store next door to Ridge,
Fox & Co's stoic and a full line ot
furniture mid colli tin will be kept
constantly on hand.
Correspondents should remember
that communications should reach
us Tuesday morning if possible. We
cannot guarantee to insert uHVthing
w hich readies us as line us vtcuncs-
day morning. Lust week we receiv
ed on Wednesday morning a number
of communications, enough to fill
several columns; of course we could
not publish them. We regret it.
Ex-Sheriff Lussiter will move with
in the next few weeks from his faini
in Coucord township near Farmer 'o
(ireensboio, where he has purchased
i home and a numiier or town lets
near tne State formal College.
Sheriff Lussiter is operating two saw
mills in Moore county where he has
large timber interests. Air. I.acsitcr
finds it more convenient to live in
Oreensb to wheie he can look after
his lumber interests bettei. We
hope he will decide, to return to
iCanuolpli at an early date tor tue
county has notji better citizen than
Letter to J. E- Walker,
Asheboro, N. C.
Dear Sir: A great many people
will see your house in the course of
the next ten years. We want it to
show what Devoe lead-and .inc will
do. We should like you to paint it,
and then not paint it again for ten
years unless it needs repainting.
We u like eucli a sample as that
in every town in the country with
a notice about it in the local paper:
Mr. Walker's house was painted
ten years ago with Devoe lead-and-zinc,
and has never been repainted.
The color is not so bright as it was;
but the paint is as perfect a coat as
ever, to keep out water."
A good Iead-and-ou job is expect
ed to last three years', it is a good
oue that lasts three years; it gener
ally does not Devoe lead-and zinc
lasts twice as long, ii nor.:
"If von have any fault to hnd
with this paint, either now in put
ting it on, or hereafter in the wear,
tell your dealer about it- -
"We authorize hiln to do what is
right at our expense."
i ours truly
F W Devoe '& Co.
P. S. MoOrary-Rcdding lldw. Co.
sells oar paint.
Westward the star of Empire
takes its war. the Messrs Cran
ford & Ross nave seventeen nice, well
located, lots in the weetern part of
town wnicn tney win sell at auction
March 21st at 1 p m.
For ino itli eiiilin-,' Maruh-3rd, I'.ki.t.
First ;io!e-!.M-v Caudle, Carl
Sp.ion, i i.i i
Sevei.I.i ! I r.
ill Cow Wade
I K i vi tt.
I I h. ill Urn.;
1 will bl
ami places lo e
(irav's X Ifo.nl
;llllh, foreiiooi;. I
Mechanic, Thursday, March :itith, '
l-'arniir, l-'iidav, March .'tlt, fore-
Allen Nance's cftole, Kridiiv, i
March 31st, afternoon. I
l b use meet me promptly and i..y
vonr tax anil oblige. i
T.J. Finch. !
This Maich ?th, lixM.
Samples Mailed Free.
A Triil liux of Dr. Bluster's Catarrh Cure
Will Sent Frsc to Any Suf-'.-rcr
To deiiionstrate tile merits of hi
remedy, l'r. lilosser oll'eis to mail,
free of charge, to imv one suffering
lroni catarrh. Asthma, or Deafness
a trial p.ickagc of this valuable ne !
If the trial box does not contiiice
you i.. lis dilative properties, von
will have been lo no expense; if i
beneliis yon, yi i will gladly order :
moiitii's'tr. afiaeiit, ni .f I.Oli.
It is a li tiinlcss, pleasant, vegeta
hie eoiiip, iuihI, which is smoked in i
pipe. The Warm llleilic.-e, smoke
lieing inhaled, l-eac': -s directly (!n
niiicous nieinliranes lining the h -,id
Imse, t lnoai mid lungs, healing the
ulccriited purls, ilTveling a ratiieul
ami permanent cure.
If vou wish lo trv the remedy and
get. fnl! particulars, testimonial;, etc
write to Dr. 1'lossei- Co., Walton Si
Concerning; the Pcnn Mutual Convertible
Concord, X. C, June IS.
R. i. nancy, (ier.er.il Agent.
Deue Sir:- I have Ibis day bought
I'loni S. S. I'ritleiiden, Special Agent
ot the Ii, u Mutual Life, .'i,0. Hi of
iiisui-.iii'.v on my life. 1 nu, i-:in.i.
Illg iil.-lllanee !,: i. lile a llllllllur of
o;iieioli! in,e eoinpai'ies. 'I iii3 ir
1 be large.-! poiiey am t-.il lying,
and its fe.1 lines tnv a: I r..-live ton:,-.
1 l.t-.irl i : v rc,iiiini' iii. I he Penu to
' j any one eoii-niering inn r.ince. 'I heir
; . guarantee coinracis written in the
I policies leeolnlllel.ii I hein-vh , to
' I ail. Yoiii s I nr -. .
;i J. W. Can Nov.
;j 1 WO V LA i;S L V I KC.
' ! (Ulitv of Ciimoli .li'g. (.'.
! (...ncoitl, N. C .May Mi'. Iflis.
i I!. 11. Raney, (ie.ierni Agent.
De ir Sir. Your notice of pivni-
! iinii due received, anil, lo my stir
I prise, a cash dividend for 1M)T o.
iOt.T'J, and lor l.-lis of I'tJri; total
1 j jliKMU, deducted from the pivmiuui
' of if'iJSS.v,") 1 Intd exp-.-cted to ptiv iu
i lull. I have policies iu live other
1,1,,r-,,1:,.v' Mi,lvh!t.l-.l line companies, :md my insur-
iince in your estimalile company
co.-is me less than any I now- hold.
1 enclose cluck for balance due on
premium, and when again in the
market for iniiraiiee 1 shall let you
hear from me.
X. II. St. vi k. Local Agent,
Asliebi.ro, N. C.
Tax N ili.e.
:it the l illowing tiln
The (!r. i nsboro Telegram s.ivs
that Dr. U A Lash ivimuIv leturii-
d from W.ilnut One and hiings
the infui iii.ili m t itit veins of coal
have been struck near thai place.
How (o go lo Caliinrnia.
Travel via the Chicago, I'li'on
Paeilio ii North-Western Line. Two
fast through trains per tin v. The
Overland Limited, electric lighted,
less than three das en loiite. The
California Express through service
to ban r ruitcisco, l.m Angeles and
I'oiUaiul. The Uest of everything.
Full particulars on iipplieatoiti to
W H Kniskun, P. T. M., C. & X.
W. liy , (.'hicago.
Mrs llussev, wif" of Win Ilussev,
died ut her home near I' lab on Mch
Card of Thanks.
Vi e derire to cvprc-s onr thanks
to our friends and neighbors for tin
runny kindle, s. cs ex'emii d lo us din
ing tho recent illuiss of onr little
Mil. ami Mi;.-;. W. II. Hamlin.
Ceriral Falls, Maich lo. 10()t.
' -it Mr.
far n...ir. Mill
I. I'ri. e. righi.
'IT. I 'MAN A TU.,
i: i;y i;i:'Him: iiuw. rn
Si M K
At Central Falls, Joseph Under
wood of paralysis, aged 4" or 50, on
Mch 12th, 1905. The ileceasetl had
been in poor health for several
months. He leaves a wife and
Rud'ni Johnson died, March loih,
o( congestion 'if the lungs. He was
the father of Mess F. B and I! C
Johnson, of of Mart a, X C. mid
was oue of Randolph s best citizens.
Mrs. Sullio Glasgow, wife of Mr.
Peter (Jli'S'tow, died on March 12th,
1905 aged 73 years and about one
mouth, at her heme four miles east
of Asheboro. Tne burial was ut
Mt. Tabor Motility. The deceased i tmi1 '"
was a daughter of the lute Reuben !
Hendricks. Mrs. Glusgow was first' i,iv
man ietl to Isaac Trogdon who died i Ah. l.
either in the civil war or ut the "salt J I
works." 1 ''
Mel It.UtV liKIUiiS'ti 1 1 1 v n
tine I. live Iioniav .Lie!.
A lv In i: M .-iler line
. "l i it v,u,i ii H. -t-. i.i nie.n mat-liiae
..... n n- iv i V --r.i l. r- in A-I.e!,
I ue-,lay i,r We.lai-.l iy ,. o.-M w. el,.
I IN -. SHI. I II , ai I,..,.! of Hi: llarn--tin-.t
we are i,IFeriii..tt inliu-eil j.riei-s t'alt
,i w us 1-f,,re lliel me all frel-.e.
MifitAHV-lir.l'lUMi 1 : 1 t.l.
lllill'll , MIV,
l oi: SA I - Two f.
, .-i-OS IS ID Llid I "..
W M (' II.UIMKI!.
.-.l.-lH.r... X. C.
,'. II. WAKKITKI.H, i,r rh.-oluiie.
ii AliMu.ro at tin- I'enlral li.ilel e:i
i- A mil l.'llh let- thei.uin-e el nvui
:s of F.ye, Ii..!-. Xon. ,m.l Threat
Real Estate For
miln il lolllle--. SI ll.le-. 11.,,'ksniltll i.liop.
i ri 1 1 I four Hen ul muil hi the lutirs..u.
ml!: l-aVCtevltk- !. km'I l.'ivliHrrle nn.l.
, mlxlHS.,11 S-iulli Faveturvillc Kttvet be-
i' Whin iimiH-rly mal John M llottM. hiiiI
iliiiii'iihioiLs mi Cox xtrti't tulloinlHiz
lot ruiinluK 'rom
Jnul.li K,. ,1,11, ,..
Kii i-ttt-villcntrect to Cox Htrci-t H ill bo hold
Tlin-o li,t 1UOX-&IJ It. ut tliu ivuuiitt wild of Sua-
1 -4 iii-re lot with S room clivultlng. utaljle mill
ori-luii'fl S4 mile liurtli of court house.
one-hulf ueri' lot on Sull.-lmry struct went Hud
mljoliiliii,' I)(.iiik,..v Atunuii, frontliiK ruilnnel.
Six nc ri'i. leljolulni: lmi,lof Kll Hit iiimr. Jnliiw
I'n e all. I nthen. klluini un the Lindaiiy Mi lmwell
I'laiv. (ioml syrinx nli'l luK lioue under repulr
i illl. Aipy to
oiiil story, ri-uroilltm
,-oiniiiriUiiliii term i
A I ll.ll'k lliill.li. .;, w
v of next i
ii,; imiehimi y....I
see Hie Tll-.!av
k in AsliL-liem. '
1 1. v. sMMii;.
K t AIIIIV ill Ueek full line of Ii P ?
ii, 1 iivoe'H jiure v.iiit. Itefore raiii!iii;
t us lieure tviih you.
Met'it.Rv-iti;iiiiist.i now. f".
Mel'H.MtV-ltKHIilN'ii II.l;l'WAI!i; Ct
iller- -ome illitittiinl luirgain in tvagen
.ii:ev linrm-ss, also in all kinils ef tea
;.i.ls. Coll to nv U-.
I Wll.l. I
iivlnesiby ef ,,
nh a I: ii- lot i
Asla-lmlo Tues.lav ami
r.1 V.ailv I'eael,
es uill i
('.. Ii. I'. I. No. s.
Farm and Mitu For Sale.
A line fain
.al.inee nt In
.. w. n. si.
l jvonrl ;
Stock and Poultry Farm,
0. U. Hinshaw, Prop.,
k.uite No. I, Climax, N. C.
sieHle -o,l, llrewn lhorn ami Harreil
I'lyiiioutli lioek Chickens.
rfyiJCiw ' "erkuliire I'ijjx
i3fei)Sfes5aL rru'-" r''fi,,t'r"1 Ki"-'k-
i.vJ-iily1 I'oiir lii-st Pi-'iiiituus
&i4ftgiSS una -WiMtali-4 o u
a-.xiii8- H.at l',.irnl (.urn.
lin.i fair, n!-o two lirsn, " h-coiuI and thr.-e
lliir.l piviiiiiuiis. . ii C'l.i.-k-i.s. Ifi f.jr
I .III). Write for pi-ires on pujs and poultry.
a morn?-5carboro-mOtti co
Wholesale and Retail
W. D. SPOON,
HEAVY AND FANCY GRO
CER1ES, FLOUR, FEED,
Kept on Hand all the Time.
for all purchases in Asheboro
"arm For Sale I
Two I, ;
.Ire I .
I well walereri'
aVv I'el.l, with
li-eliii.e. p 'I well of water and o
l;i. I-'.'i- fn :l,er iiirorinalio,i ai'lv In
l'. (I. 1-UAZIKI!. Slain", X. I '.
Ti.i- l-'eliy. -I. 1 HO."..
Good Second Hand Buggies.
lii, h the.
IV. I H,e..iv C.
-eeou.l liau.l l.ur;
iw,. M-a'i-s ,l.
T l.l'.ACll A SOX,
uiji r,.iiii, x. i
Star Bottling Works.
.1 1! I Mil.' A.M.
star. X. C.
Farm for Rent.
i V, illiau.
.i,l. .,... to
. ft... l
i plai-n near l.ii.
r ami lireenslu
ivuship is f,.r i.
,,l st.vk. Willi
All the I.-U-..I ..,
,nee. X,.iie l.ul
..lie I., the sale of
l el.v. I Illl an.l 1
Ii I- r X... 1 Cliniax
al pr. ,vriy
;ew Offerings of Town
I live t,,
ami w. .1 -I..-.I. I e paiule.l
ivell iK.ver failing .'l.'i feel .ler.
from (, p. iroui.. hili.
in ,,teultivatiti wiih x
i oi'iii-ino;. si-upieriion via.
ii .ix.l on sj.lo. U si,aMe
v si inn of tie p.ireluisn m
ui lite liahim-e Im-uil; e
I fl'llil live-
.ii.l 1 ii
i.l I., -i
of l-'i'sher Av.-liil
illlvanls of ,l. p
of the il-l lo! I,
nh M- ..I i'ai-h
. tlie 1,1,
.1 to III.
IS I'lli; H.ttlllMi.-l-i
ejihreo.l B.ilT t irpitifitnim u
,. These hints are larue, !-.
,l,.r. - I'.i.uiN- J Sirrn,
As delicious as a Fresh Orange
Supersedes old-fashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsion -
Guaranteed to contain all the medicinal elements, a.-tunlly taken
from penuino f rch cuds livois, with organio Iron and other
boily-liiiil.liiiS lii:;i-c:iiiitn, but no oil or p-c.w, ninkinR the
greatest trenf'tli and flesh crcntor known t mcdiciiio. For
old people, puny children, weak, pale women, nurnlng
mothers, chronic cold, hacking coughs, throat and lung
troubles, Incipient consumption nolltln(C equals ViooL
Tr7 i U J-uu don't UU It W9 Witt rvtuni morMlj.
Asheboro Drua: CoTnanv
lta.ns.MU-. X. C. o
f Salishun-, will I.- iu II
sial We.l.i.-.!av of ut
lie .liffen-nl kiniU mi- j;
wity tnaehilies at a l-.tr- .
1 e I well. Half ea-h, luh.nee ,-an i.-.l hy
il-line :,, .,,:m Associalioll.
Apply to A C M, All-Tliii,
llearolliei over Bank.
HORSES AND MULES.
I have just received at my stubles
on Depot Htrcct a line lot ot horses
mid ninlt-8 lor tsitie and c-xelinnge.
sure to see mv atock liefore pur
chasing. I!. K. Knss.
Ours are Always Reliable
Write far lllmtmol CtI.K. Il l HrM
Att.l.-I'A l.Altl.Y TIIITKKH
CABIlAcr.. a sure hea.ler. Sed I'V.
u isu-kajp. .'I for -.V , ouin-p .".V.
KAHI.IXA IiiMAIO MTU. pio
ilurea det.p tu-ailel totnaliM-s iu elus
tcrs 15 to H to a hunch, v.-rv i.rolilie:
larkajn- 1') -. -1 It S-i m.v :i'.e.
FAXCV SKI.KtT M til ST A
i;attu'.sxakk watei: Mi-.i.tix.
Th n..i - ifeei shapi ami most ,1.
liriotb. calin uieUiii iu eultiva' ion;
nil pseelleut shipier; paekap. Itle.;
otmee l.'ic.; I--I H. $l.'2t khi pni.l.
e. .'ottoi. SmnI, improved
Held or t Mp eoi
Wlvet B ans, (V,w
l-'onige Crop Seed, 1
Writp for onr pi ii
nerd to plant.
Alexander Seed Co..
Dealer in Watches, Clocks and
All work guaranteed.
Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
and Notions 1
Fresh, Clean and New Goods,
Call and see me and be
convinced. Store next door
to the postollice.
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables,
Pioduce, Etc., Etc.
All kiuJi of Country Produce
llDII-'lll illlll solil.
X' COLD DRINKS, ns
Cull to see nie next door to Hiuu'
Tonsoi ial Artist,
Depot Street, Asheboro, N. C.
J. R. STEED,
Groceries and Fresh
All kinds of fresh meats
kept constantly on hand.
Hy virtue of an rtli,r of a grautc-sl iy
t)i.-Siijt. ru r Cimit nf Uitmlolph county in h
-fvi.tl iiH-cvtliiig tiieriMU wniling. ciitiUod
A T Ward uml otliHix vti i ititliin Vilkntni)
;iml lmsliiiml utl utht t. I will r-11 to thf
Itilirvt hitiiler ut pul-lic a'Mtinn nt the Court
Hu'iht diior in AshplHim, X. '., uti Siitunlav,
April liMi:., ftt Jl' oUk M., the follow
ing ilt'MTilril IuikIh, lyin nml mng in
Lilrtv town Mil n, liandnlpli rouutv. Adjoin
inff the landM uf Fmiiris Jones ami .Un-rt
iiil '.miuHletlas folhiWH, viz:
Btyinniiiff nt a ptwt ok u Aaron JimMi'
liin', nmniiitf tlu-iu'e wit tm lino L'li ch
'iO Iknto a falloti (Hint o;ik. tfaenco smith .Vi
tlru pii-t 1 1 vht to t-4t oak, thomf
fotiih It vhn nil (.'ox'i line to n pout oak
Plump, thfno Bnuth ." padt 25 chn TH)
ink- to a fallen white oak, thence nouth
Ii- to nsh mi tho nurtlt liunk of iSandy
t 'rrk. i!ionc north east Ct ch np the
t;ii ii'M- cour-tw t.f the rreik to n le'h.
tiii-i.iT "outii cle I'.'t link t a pilo of
tono, uu'iH'0 1'iisvt 1 c' to a ninck wnhiut
Hiumii, ttiem-e fmth 1 1 chn ."rtt liukt tc m
-ink-, th-n-e 'rtHt 'M ch '0 link- to a pilef
Mtoiie, (hri.f tierth 4 it en-l l- rhf M lk
to a -tour, lhcn' wvnt - rh i'7 MnV to a
Mark fiimi. thence iu rU 5 dp eait IS oht I"
n ponliir-tump, them-e iinith -t'l dipt i-nst 4
cIik 2 iinkN to nn old fallen poplar
Ijttnk uf the rrivk, thence olv-.nl north
vnrioim cuur-i of th creek .12 elm
t- n black gum stump, I bene went 7 chn V
link to a take in the meadow, thence noi-th
1 vi to a Htuiif, them-e weat (t chn 00 link to
a white oak, thence north 10 cha 00 link to
tho beginning, except about 23 arrex hereto
fore deepi from naid land ij Kit Ward to
0 I' Ward, k-aving lt'il aereb more or le in
tit- tract herein teerihi.
The almve land han recently Iweu nun-eyed
. v found to coa tain Z-Z acrea more or let.
Term- of -ale, ca(b.
th up tin
New Goods !
New Dress Goods,
I New Clothing, Etc,
0: Our new spring and summer (foods are
Q' being received daily are ready for your inspec-
M tion. We have a beautiful line of China-Silks,
tej Taffeta-Silks, Melrose, Albatros, Nunsveilings,
H Cotton Voils, Linens, Percales, Lawns, Etc., to
j which we invite the especial attention of the
jig ladies of Asheboro and surrounding country.
P Our new line of Clothings, Hats and Gents
Ii Furnishings is large and of the latest and most
m up-to-date styles. Be sure to see our goods
P before purchasing elsewhere.
H Every department of our large store has
S been supplied with a nice fresh supply of new
H goods, which we will take pleasure in showing
P you. Mail orders given prompt attention.
jpj Call a-nd See Our StockTIt's a Beauty.
q -- .
Ci Wholesale and Retail
When the March winds dry up the mud you will need
our Oliver Plow, Superior or Farmers Friend Corn Planter, a
Disc Harrow, Cultivators, Fertilizers, &c. We carry every
thing in the line and will sell cheap. Call to see us.
' Very truly yours, . .
McCrary-Redding Hdw. Co.
Men's and Boys Pants!
For the next JO days I will dispose of at Greatly Reduced
Prices a large lot of men's and bovs' pants. Come and let
us show you these bargains.
1 he nicest line ol shoes ever showed at this place, and
full line of ladies' spring and summer dress goods, also stock
of general merchandise; all kinds of country produce bought
and sold. Give me a call. Very truly.
A. F. COX.
This March 15th, I90v Cedar Falls, N. C.
rt s ?! 53." :s Is1 n J
sip mi I OH
Wood (EL Moriig,
Early Spring- Opening!
We have now a beautiful line of early spring goods to
show you, consisting of woollen goods, silks and many other
things which to behold will be admired.
Prices that Tell.
.1 rwl, :'i(r
V.iil., Cnprts, Nmn-
ini-li liliick TolTpta Silk 91M, worth $1.25.
'j; inch New ShndcB Silk 1 .00, worth IM.
J7 inch t'hina (Silk, colorn l.ln.k, while, navy lihio an
i; in.-h Mlr.Mc, all wool, Ti'ic. ,
Ami i.innv olherH, ronsiitinfi of ti.hnir, Allulroah.
vwliiift. frtlloii VoiU, Etc.
:ui im h Wl.it,. I.ii.oii,. 20 oikI 'Sic.; inrh lui I.i
.Hi inch Itrown Liiwua, 2.V.; 27 inch llrown Uncus, 20c.
A full lino of Shirt Waist C.ou.1,., l.t, 20. 85, 35 nnd SOo.
l-icm. on.l Kcl(jinpi, very i-lionp. , -.. ..a..
Kelt Matlroc, ?Ji 50, 10.00 an.l $12 50; fotubination. ?2.2j to 3.0O,
Iron 1W, $.1 "5 to 12.50; fijirinp. to Hi any liod of boil.
M;illinir from 20c. up.
AVOOD & MORING.
DO YOU WANT A
DRESS OR WAIST?
Or Any Other Article for Spring Wear.
We are receiving onr spring good. Fancy Lawnt, White aJ Colortd
Waiat and DreM Gotxl; Special price on India Lian. 'Ladie Fancy
Collars, Table Lhmn, Percales, Colored Lawiu, TJhildren'i Clothing,
Children' White aod Tau Iloae, men and boy't BhirU, ladies', miM' and
child's Slippers; in fact moat auy thing yon want at the very best j.ricr.i,
Come and see before baying; we can please yon . , .L ,
Yours truly, , ,
ftlDCC. FOX 4 COMPANY.