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The Asheboro Courier.
Asheboro, N. C, June 8, 1905.
Arrival of Trains.
Train No. HI, arrives at KMX) a. in
Train No. 107, arrives at .1:10 p. in.
iram rto, 1M, arrives At y:.iO p. m,
Train No. 70. arrive at 8:23 a.
Train No. 130, arrives at 11:01 a. in
Train No. 42, arrives nt 2:25 p.
Local and Personal.
Dr Hub bard, of Worthville, wits
in town Tuesday.
The little child of Dr W J .Moore
is critically ill.
Mr W S Skren is bnck from a
business trip South.
Mr W C Hammond spent Satur
day in High Point.
Miss Essie Ross is spending some
time at Jackson Springs.
Ex-Sheriff Cox. of Cedar . Falls,
apent Monday in town.
Dr J D Bulla, of Maud, is in the
city ou professional business.
Call to see our stock of stationery
before deciding on what you want.
Mr W J Artnfield, Jr., made a
business trip to High Point Satur
day. t The doctors report quite a lot of
sickness among the children rf the
Mrs Strickland, nee Miss Chrissie
Miller; is visiting her parents at this
Hon T J Rddine, of Carrawav.
attended Commissioners court last
Miss Edith Monug and Miss
Myrtie Scarboro are visiting in
Misses Etta and Aunie Blair have
returned from Guilford college
Mrs Bert Fields and children were
on the Passenger train Saturday
going to High Point.
Mr C B Russell, of the Asheboro
Lumber Company, spent a few days
in Troy, last week.
' Sulon Steaduan, who has been in
school at Trinity Park, Durham re
turned home Tuesday.
If you want a 50 or 75 cent knife
free, write The Courier and you will
learn how to get it.
Mr J C VanEvery, of the Snow
Lumber Company High Point was
in town last Tuesday.
Proceedings Board County Com
missioners are crowded out this week.
Will appear next issue.
Siler City Cornet Band furnished
tnusic far the closing exercises at
Star Academy last week.
Editor and Mrs W C Hammer are
attending the National Association
of Editors at Guthrie, Ok.
Messrs Hiram Freeman and Wood
ruff Farlow, of Ether, were on our
Streets the first of the week.
Mr W J Miller is having ex
tensive repairs made on his residence
on North Fsyetteville street.
Mr W A Underwood spent a part
of last week in Kandleman looking
afier his drug store in that town.
The saw mill of Mr S W Kivett
near town on the Franklinville road,
is turning out some nice lumber.
Mrs Mollie Horuey, of High
Point, spent Saturday and Sunday
in Ashebero returning home Monday.
Messrs J T Wood and J H Hart
ley spent Sunday in Asheboro with
their families, returning to the road
Mr L D Birkhead, who has been
spending some time in Asheboro
with his paren:s, returned to states
There were not many in attend
ance upon commissioners court Mon
day owing to the busy season with
DrDeLacy Foust and Mr Tom
Smith, of Liberty, were in town and
gave The Conner a pleasant ca'l last
Work is being rapidly pushed ou
the elegant new residence of Mr
Thomas Redding, on North Fayette
Mesdames W A Underweod, and
J O Redding and Mr P H Morris
attended commencement at Mt
Uilead, last week.
Mrs Geo W Berry and children
went np to High Point Friday morn
ing to visit Iriendi, returning Mon
Mr W P Johnson, who has a posi
tion with the Southern Railway at
uiueneia, w. vs., is visiting rela
tives in the county.
Rev W E ttwaio, went to Graham
last week to perform the marriage
ceremony of Mr IS Patterson and
Miss JJestie bcotten.
Mr T M Crowson, of Level Plains,
and Mr M F Snyder, of Randolph,
were welcome visitors at this office
on Saturday of last week.
Mr and Mrs Eocene Ashcraft.
who have been tisitiug in the county
lor several uays, returned to their
borne at Monroe Monday.
Mias Clara Spencer, who has been
teaching music in Star Academy the
past session, has retained home to
the delight oi her many fi tends.
Dr J O Walker, of Coneord, was
in town the first of the week, being
called heus to attend the child of D
B MoGrary, JSsq, which is critically
Capt A E Burns has the plans
and specifications for bis pew resi
dence on Salisbury street and will
begin work in the near future.
Several of our citizens are having
their dwellings repainted. Among
the number are Messrs O R Fox, J
S Ridge, Jesse Presnell and Col Mc-
We are requested to announce that
the sacrament of the Lord's supper
will be administered at the Presby
terian church next Sunday aioininp
at 11 o'clock,
S E 'league, Cashier of fliu Cap
ital City Bank of Apalacbiuola, Fla,
is spending his vacation with his
parents Mr and Mrs VV J Teugiif, tm
The handsome new Presbyterian
manse and Mr W C Hammond's
handsome new resilience are nearing
completion and will be ready for oc'
oupancy in a few days.
New Market Township Sunday
school Convention will be held at
Marlboro J tine 1 7. Au interesting
program has been arranged and a
good attendance ie desired.
If you want a good watch that is
guaranteed for 12 months and will
run as well as any watch fiom 3 too
fears, write The Courier for particu
ars how to get it free.
The first void? man to get up a
club and get a premium watch is
master Urvil Lamb, son ot The
Courier's good friend and clever
gentleman Mr J J Lamb, of Kandleman.
Col William Cooper, who purchas
ed the Winn property seme time ago
will, at once, begin the erection of
au elegant residence on that part of
the place fronting on W&inuiaa Ave
W C Hammond, Jr, the live
months old sou of Clerk of the
Superior Court W C Hammond, was
presented with a handsome silver
cup by the class of 1901, at Guilford
College commencement last week.
Job work is our specialty we do
the best work at the lowest prices.
Have you seen our stock of station
ery? We have a large stock from
hicn to select. Uall to see us or
stnd in your orders.
The Courier le-irus, with pleasure,
that a gentleman living near town
ill shortly put a milk wagon ou
our streets. This will fill a loug
felt want and will be quite a
convenience to the people of the
Mr Tom Harris has moved his
family to Liberty where he bad ac
cepted a position an manager of the
Liberty Chair btock Company. We
regret verv much to have Mr Harris
and his good lady leave as they arc J
Mrs B F Page, who has been
ending some time iu Asheboro
siting relatives, returned to Greens
boro Friday. She was accompanied
home by her sister, Miss Bessie Cof
fin, who will spend some time in
O J Cox, Esq. baa begun the erec
tion of an elegant residence, hich
he expects to oocnpy himself, at the
corner or, Salisbury and Church
We regret, very much, that want
f apaos compels ns to leave out
several news item and to cut others
down. We hope to have more space
Miss Olive Glass, of Ilandlemuu,
u veiling fricuil- and relatives here.
Mr- ' Kb iv inn i little daughter
of Aiimlf, N I', arc visiting at Ii t
aunts Mrs N T Ilinsbaw.
Mr V K Sic. I, of !I indlc'iimn. is
spending a few titty in town vicilinjr
his daughter Mrs N T llinshaw.
'ilr 11 K Bcaman and two swim, of
Greene county, are visiting ltev W
E Swain on South Fuyetteville St.
The Randolph Medical Society
will iiM-i't at the Court House, in
Ashelioni June 13lli at 10:30 O'clock
a in. Interesting papers will be reid
and discussed, lively iiliybiciau in
the county is invited to he pienent,
Capt C F Siler principal of Star
Academy was in town lust I ticstlav.
The Captain gave us several items
of news for publication which want
of space compels us to leave out this
wtek but they will appear m our
next, lhe captain continues to
Frte Lilt Dltcontlnued on Telaphonet
The Asheboro Telephone Company
nas made one rule tor all which
went into effect June 1st. All out
ofjtown messages, no matter by whom
sent, must be paid for at the regular
rates fixed by the company. This
rule applies to stockholders, all
officials of the company and every'
Prof. Hsrrii Elected.
Prof John Harris, an expuiienced
and well equipped teacliT from
JMiiuneth Uity, ft C, has teen elected
principal of the liaiidlenian Graded
Schools. Mr Harris is a graduate
of the State University and has
several years successful experience as
iriiicipal ot graded schools. The
Kandleman school is to be congratu
lated on securing the service of so
exceiieui. a punctual. i ne lew
assistants in the school have not yet;
Deith ol Mn. John Been.
We reuret to announce the death
f Mrs John Bean, which occurred at
her hjine near Cugle's Mills last Fri
day morning, May !!i!th. Mrs lican
who had reached the advanced age
of 70 years, had txen sick only one
eck wxeti the end came. She leaves
husband 80 years old, and 10
hildren, besides a host of friends
and relatives who mourn her death.
Mrs Bean was formerly a MUs Saun
ders the oldest sister of our ex
sheriff and townsman I K Saunders.
Edmund P Robinson, son ot Rev
Mr Robinson, the Presbyterian min
ister, came iu last Monday from
Davidson college where he "has been
iu school for some time.- Mr Robiu-
son will spend his vacation here with
Tbere was a wreck on the loop at
Kandleman one day last week caused
by a boy placing a spike on the rail.
The engine was derailed and the
engineer, who jumped from his
engine, was painfully, though not
Mr C S Vestal, who has been
book-keeper for the Lexington Gro
cery Co, branch, at this place has
resigncu anu returned ut ma iiuute at
r...T. xt. v u v....i f
IJCAIUgWU. illl U 1UUUW, V
Lexington, has been appointed to
the vacancy and has assumed the
duties of the position.
One subscriber at High Point who
had neglected making remittance
ntil he owed three dollars sends in
bis subscription and writes nice
letter about his long delay, and tells
now much he thinks of lhe
Conrier, until the editor feels that
his steps are not always in dark and
Rev Mr Robinson, the Presby
terian minister, will preach the
memorial sermon for the Knights of
Pythias, at the Presbyterian church
next Sunday evening at v o clock,
All Knights are requested to assemble
at their Castle Hall at 7:30 and
march to the church in a body,
The public is cordially invited.
The Charlotte Observer of the 5th
says that Mrs 0 C Muore, of Char
lotte, has purchased tne noe poultry
farm of Mr C C Randlemaa. at
Kamseiir and will move it to Char
lotte. Mr Randleman has spent
much time in building up a lot of
handsome prize-winning ttarred
Plymouth Rocks and his chickens
rank witn any in tne lana.
There are some papers you can't
afford to take and there are some vou
can't afford not to take, the
Conrier ia one yoa can't afford not
to take. May and Jnne are said to
be dull months for the subscription
department of newspapers, but never
baa The Courier bad so many new
subscribers as daring the last few
weeks. They are coming in every
day by mail, afoot, on horseback and
every other way.
The News and Observer of the
4th has this to say of our tow us
man, Mr E L Alorhtt, who was laat
week elected president of hlon Vol
leee: "President Moffitt is a gradu
ate of the University of North Caro
lina, was for a time editor of the
Christian Sun, stnd was later pro
fessor in Elon. He is successful
man of affairs, a student, a splendid
teacher, a man of tact and sound
judgment, and a man whose energy
is unbounded. He will sueceed in
his high position and under his
leadership hlon College will con
tinue its useful career, every year
witnessing increase in tne number of
the students and higher scholar
Notice to Tochers.
There will be no Teachers' Insti
tute held in this county this veal',
and for that leason every teacher
should make a special effort to attend
the meeting of the State Teachers'
Association at Greensboro June 13-
Af this meeting you will come
in contact with teachers from every
section of North Carolina. You will
have the opportunity of hearing the
ablest speakers in the State, and
many from other states. I he cost
of the trip will be small, and no
teacher can afford to miss it. A
in to the Teachers' Assembly is
worth a term in school, especially to
the teacher who has never attended.
am expecting to meet most of our
teachers there, aud will be much dis
appointed if they fail to go.
J as. M. WAY,
Co. Supt. of Schools.
Opening May 25th 1905.
The hotel at Jackson Springs wil
bo op 'lied to guests on the 25th day
of May 1905. The company desires
It is his kind of voung men that to i'""k the public for its liberal
make the life of such town its : patronage in the past, and guarantees
Albemarle. Hut Salisbury hates to ' to theut the same good service and
lose him nil the same. Salisbury attention accorded them in the past.
Sim, June and. further assured that there is no
other place in ftortb Carolina where
Pacific Coast Excursions. See the Most ,, , . , . ', i ,.,
For Your Money. vj8it to tne lvning ,vilters of Jack-
llni:k Island service to California son Springs now under the nianage-
uml Pacific Northwest this summer, mcnt of the experienced and efficient
permits you to do tins. Low round liold Irvm, latent Motel uinllord.
trip rate to Los Angelesj Sim Kiwi
Prol Moffitt Elected President.
Prof E L Moffitt, of Asheboro,
as elected president of Elon Col
lege by the board of trustees last
week, to succeed Dr W W Staley
hose duties as pastor of the lead
ing church in Suffurk, Va, will not
permit him to give the work the
time he wished.
Prof MofUtt was formerly a pro
fessor in the institution and ufter-
ards editor of the Christiau Sun.
He is a graduate of Trinity College
and afterwards took a two years'
eourse in Harvard College. He is a
man of fine ability, and receutly
has been engaged in manufacturing
business, being secretary aud treas
urer of the Asheboro Wood & Iron
Company. Ho will move to Elon
and devote his entire time to the
ilon (Jollege has an endowment or
fifty thousand dollars and is one of
the leading colleges ot tne state.
Mr Rindleman to Leeve Remseur.
In a private note enclosing a one
dollai bill for a years subscription to
The Conner, Air U J Kandleman,
who has been superintendent of the
Columbia Manufacturing Co's plant
at Ramseur for the past year, says
that he has tendered bis resignation
and accepted the superintendency of
the Lyda Cotton Mills at (Jhnton
C. at a handsome salary, i he
Lvda is a mill of 20,000 spindles
and 450 looms and makes a high
erade of goods. Mr Kandleman will
move cis family to uunton tnis
Mr Randleman was for many
years superintendent of the Kan
dieman mills ana is one ot tne Dost
cotton mill superintendents in this
part of the country. I no position
at Clinton came tu Mr Itandleinan
unsought and is quite a compliment
While the Columbia Mfg. Co.
hated to give him up and his many
friends in tne county regret to see
him leave, yet all wish for him
much success in his new home.
Mr IF Craven has been elected
to succeed Mr Randleman as super
intendent of the Kameeur. mill.
Fads Are Stubborn Tirnias
Uniform exoellent quality for over a quarter of a
century has steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE,
The leader of all package coffees.
is now used in millions of homes. Such
popular success speaks for itself. It if) a
positive proof that LION COFFEE has the
Confidence of the people.
- The uniform quality of LION
COFFEE survives all opposition.
LION COFFEE keep Ha aid irleada aad
makes new oaca cvry 4ay.
LION COFFEE has even more
than ita StrenQtb, Flavor and Qual
ity to commend It. On arrival from
the plantatlon,lt Is carefully roast
ed at oar factories and securely
packed In 1 lb. sealed packages,
and not opened aaaln until needed
for use In the home. This precludes
the possibility ol adulteration or contact with germs, dirt,
dust. Insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity ol
LION COFFEE is thereiore guaranteed to the consumer.
Bold only in 1 lb, packages. Llon.head on every package.
Save these JUon-linds for valuable premiums,
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. Fox to Leive SalUbury. Deafness Csnnot Be Cured
Mr Ltldolph G Fo.V, who has heell : ! Incul npiillnilfaiii. ii Ihcy rimir.it m
with (ktriiclison & Cook as lhar-! wiiy'?-u?Xllin
lluinitt llnu r.irrn,..! I,!j nnaitinri iiiwl llolull It'lmiHo. Dentinal In CIIUKPif by
... 1 . . J l . . vz lliiiiii'd rMiirtltlon of th! imtuouM llnliiu .if tin1
Will L'O into business lor himself Kutiulilmi Tul. When lliis IiiIh- l Inllamwl
l.w will !..., Sl,h..-U l,iit
June 20. lie has purchased the tim, hi-urini win iw
business of tho C G Mauney Com- TShVi bViti?intaVi
puny, Albemarle, and becomes tele
proprietor of taut enterprise. His
successor has not been chosen for
the vacancy created by his resignation
Mr Fox is too splendid a citizen to
give up without a regret, lie is pop
ular balisbury over, knows and likes
this people and his friends are count
WY will irlvp One Himiln
nstiiif IK'nfia-sn (fiuiNfil bv
mt l.'clmil Ity Hall'.H Cutiirl
in-ulari. Inf. KJdIKNKY
ilil by UrtimtluK 7r
Take Hull's Kiimlly I'llls Tin
cisco or Portland on special dates in
Slay, June, July, Atii'iist, Septem
ber and October. Liberal arrange
ments for stop-over amoug the moun
tains of Colorado and in California
side Inns to the Yellowstone,
Voseinite, etc. Write for Colorado
and California books and Hook
Island folder. John Sebastian,
Passenger TniHio Manager, Hock
Island System, Chicago.
Notices Inserted under this head at one
cent a word each Insertion.
(in to SiMuii ,V lli'ililiuK r..r vmir giiK-eik-s.
Hv vlrtni. nf n imwurnf Hulu contained in
tortRHKi'duud executed to tiie uudernlifiieO. by
mn Ifttti ihh:l wliitih ninrtuiu.'f timid ie duly re.
uunlt il In tin' KuKlslurs ollliu ol Kiunloliili Co. Iu
txKik Ho. lmtfe 6.
i miction ut the i-onrt tiouw aoor in Amie
in .Mui.luy, July .1, two ut 1 o'clock m
limvinK iltn':nlxil imrci'l of laud in Col
i uiwimhin mid known na the W 1 Burciwn
d lioiwe, on Lllii'riy ruud, aud bouuul an
black oak In Murgetw'M and
: north along nam .line loo)
lilty live rod timtauo: thence eiiHt&rods; thence
Miutli & rodH tu a stone; thence cut ft) dega
&! rods to a tienilmnum tree; thence eouth to
ui lieulnninir, cuulaililiiK & acre more or lvtui.
VM. C. HAMMKR,
This lime 1st, lWi. Mortgugec.
Bargains in Harness, Vehicles, Etc.
Having ili'i i.l.'il l.ilnah
I1MI1CSH wouill fnrllll'
iltir rxriMilioilnl liaruai
;ir,,f..-. Ui-.-s. U ami
n oxlr.i tiii i- li.t nf horsi's and mules for si
M. UnuKM. Bros.
'!0 Tiays oil
Six I tag we
rillo illg. t
KOI! SAI.K -Tluve.tei
' three i mIvim. Apply to V
.lii-Wo, X. C.
tIoss Trad ion Ei
M.lTi.UiV TiKI'lUM! 11DW. CO.
Mr. Brokaw'iSuit Ended.
The suit of MrslKathryn l'ol lion's 1
suit against Mr Xf (i Hrokaw was'
brought to close m INew lork last i
wi-ek bv a coninroniiise. Mr Hrokuw's
friends claim he paid $10,001). while j l ra"Ui"
Mrs roll ion s irienus say the sum j
paid was $1)0,000. lhe suit was
brought for lf5O,000 for breach of
promise. 1 here was also another
suit for $250,000 for libel based on ! " xv , (,n hi (
statements alleged to have been niade ; i i,r, ,i r, alo 1
by Mr lirokuw to newspapers. Call
The love letters airs l'ollion pro-!
duced in court were 234 in number, i
The authenticity of the letters upon ! vorxi; lames wanted ntmice t,.
ft llich the Sllit is largely based, is w in M'tvinu room, liooil wnui'sand Uiaiil
denied by hrokuw's counsel. j heap. Apply in IlinUu Overall Company.
That the case has attracted un- :,n'' -x
usual atteution was apparent frouil ' ," .
the appearance of the court room at i One 4-room house on one half
the owning session of the rial, acre ot, corner Srmth and Hoover
ISotaseatwas vacant and anions f"1'-1";,,'".""""" ..-..w
the spectators were many obviously Doro cnair racwry, can ue
not accustomed to court room scenes. bought at reasonable price by ap-
W Gould Brokaw is a well known I P'J'i'ig w a. y. ivicAiibtcr, eeo
club man and sportsman, a son ofjgsiaie Agem, rear room over
William brokaw, who owns the : -n'"-.
acht Columbia. He has an estate: w,s i kh-hi- cin.
at Great Neck, Long Island. Ue l,l",J!JlJJn,".,l1)
was married some vears ago to ; suinry is imui
Coi alie Coudert, nicco" of the late i .'"iVrK
.'i-uli.iii fliiiilnr lint she ilivorned ' lni. Munimci
him and has since ''emarned. , .
Mr W Uoold Urokaw also owns an : , vT.:M i.aiiies ANb GENTLEMEN
estate known as Fatrview Park in ; ,,. .i a,iiiniiifi icrritories to miri-scut
Ualldolph Co fourteen miles from anil mlwrtiw tlio Wholesale and Edueit-
Asheboro in the Southern part ot "mi1 . '"'I''"1"!' ' 1 "'""'"''""""'
Trinity township ou which lie spends ' , !',L'..,iv..,ti V'i, xhimlav i.,-
some $15,000 or more yearly. Mrs :..l,:vk,linvl from headquarters, lion and
l'ollion Visited ilr rtrokaw S estate 1 fmnilu il ivlieu tiicei.aiy. I'osniou perm;
Mtimifai luring Unue,
lint siiiiiewliill ralilllirir
slant lii bniiirll ullii-e.
I. Bui-liics cniblilicd. I'n--it
esik'iiliiil to etn.'iu;uiK. Ad
luehea, 3 UoarlKiiu tittivt,
in Randolph some 18 months ago.
Ailtlii1!, lllew llrollie
If vou want blanks von can al
ways get them at The Courier otlice.
Riley Store Items.
The fanners of llii community
Mist ox, ol llic;li i oiiii.visiu
Mm B V ShivN the t vn-k.
The little son of Mr mid Mrt K E Nauru i
quite ill at this writing
James Kcarus, who lias Ihvu nuito ill lor
sumo lime ia iniprovhift we are glml to my.
Our people are exolinft liopiup for a
rail road throngtt tm:
M.ireheud, Ky., May Sill, lllOo.
Tin- management of the Aslieliro t'opimt
Minium Co., has lieeli changeil aud M. W,
Tarrish, ul Aslielmro, is in charge of same.
This oompany will not lie liable for any in
ilfU'dluess ineiirreil unless liy onler of said M.
W. 1'anisli. All dolus will lie paid soon and
We thank tlic
ii iiiily for their kiii'liie. and lenirm y in
ili-alinu; with wir couqiany, anil we lioie ti
make these works a credil tn ynurtow u in lilt
near future. Yours trulv,
ASHEIUHtl) COl'I'Ell MINIMI CO.
S. M. liradlev, I'rosidetlt
The Cbildrta's Favorite.
For Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, etc, One Minute Cough
Cure is the children's favorite. This
is because it contains no opiate, is
perfectly harmless, tastes good and
cures. Sold by Standard Drug Co,
and Asheboro Drug Co.
Several boys are Retting up clubs
under our premium watch proposition.
IN COLD STORAGE
Tor Late Plaiitinif.
Planted in June and July, these
yield large crops of fine potatoes
read; for digging just before cold
Mi),., nniM on. carrvinz
through the winter in flrst-cUss
condition for either home use or
market By our methods of carry-in-
th Ijita Seed Potatoes in
cold storage, we are enabled to
nnnlv them nnsnrouted and in
flrst-cuuis, sound condition, nt
hlpnient onUl ynnare read? Pi""';
aathe potatoes commenoe to Jprout vjt
mon after being taken out or ooM Bor
age, frleea quoted oo reqnert.
u.'- .M hMitfltiiftan for Cow Pea.
ate ". MlltM SW, Shwna,
.to. Beauonatole Prloa-llnl telau
about Sewla for SwDnner planum,
mailed on raquMi.
T.W.Wood aSons, Seodssm
Tlu- reglrilmtioti Imoks for the Itonii
tlio lonn of AshftHn will ?hmh?ii tti
H mwin8ittunlaysfi the law lirvi
ttftcrnuous fnnn h limit fmir U) six mV
Ih fiMiinl at the livi
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
pi.HinH nit nr.m- ill K M Andn-ws, J
lUmtw, (.im'itslhint N S imI ul nitn
), A NO SALE.
By virtut-(f mi orde r of mile nmtUri by the
tiuiTii V VVliihhiw uKitliiHl Allen J Wilihlow,
I HilU.lrH.-ll Ut
N. IJ HI WO
ItMKt, tlie loMnWitiK rtul etule, u
of hind iu TulieiniM le umicliip, )u
uoJoliiliiK tne Hinds i
'Ihuyor, i:kvru I 'hay
Window Mil reus
r, MutiMu Cuttble, JuiRe
and othurx, iKtuudud mm
i-KlniiiiKut ii white oak, Juti Kvana ami
V I' Wiulow'h ciriier, theiicu ueurly uortli sUuhk
.futile KvitnV- line to Judue Kvaiio corner In
Mt.Hl.ti. lUilthli-'R Hue to UtUfUi
houtli'tscuniri ; tliuiiee iilnmt hotitliwent uIoiik
the linen uM.ii-iim litiuth mul Cltero Thayer U,
asioiu' Cii-eht 'IIhimt' comer, Uience ulxiut
wiutlieatuluiig MurV u Thuyei'H line M W r
WinsIow'H cuiner; tht-iuu nortliutuit along n
r Wiiihluw'n line tu the betfluiiiiiK uuntuluiutf
ut rt'K in. irr orltM.
'ieiuiM cufh, uuti t)i
Thin ltith day of May 105.
Hiivin" .urn lilicl us utlininlstmtor of the ehUte
of.Ueo W. fiich, tleteiuc(L beiore WC Hammond
tj. h. u. thih iti u iiottly nil ipvirMiiw iwviuk eiai
itKiilliHt wild eMule u 1'
ined on or lu fure the lHKluyof June, llMt,
itlce will lie i-leutled
Ihm- oi their tv
due uud owiiiK wild eNtate
hereby unfilled to maku luuiediate imymeiit.
hi8 May Lh,lM5.
O.K. K1CU, Adinr.
Having quulilled iu cxeeitr of Alfred Kivett,
deeeaned, ueeordhih to law, this (k to uotUy all
vtxtlitoreol fmid iwtuUi Uillle their claim- with
the uiiderKiuued, duly awnru to on or Innre the
liith day of May 11W0 or this notiee will be pleaded
in Iwro! their recovery. All iximnui owing uid
vsune urc requestetl tomnke iiutnt'dlate jmymeut.
May 10th, ll"..,). J. u. uu,f, nxwutor.
Ure Hill.N. C.
Huvlug .juiiliHcil us executor to the liut will
id ttUiuieiit ofJClkaiialLlLowdermilk deeooaed,
hMftim v - Huiniiiiiiid. clerk Huuerior Court, of
KUlldoipIl county enw m lououiy an pennmit nav
iutr eluiuiN avail in t mild etuU to ireiteiit them U
thlH uotiiv will be pleaded Iu bar of their
y. Ail iterwns uue aua owing utia esuiie
Having i tm lit k-d e
ailuilnlstrator of the estate
f W. H. Wall. deieaMMl, before W. C. Hammond,
lerk ol the hii nvnor Court, ol Kannoiin county.
this lh to notify ult jersjii8 having claimnogaiuit
aiil dceciued to presetit thuiu to the undersigned
before tne loth uay oi May iwo or uiw
will las tilcudtMl in bar of their rectv
All jt'rwms ilue and owing said enUite are hereby
ThiMay lUtli, lwuv. Heth W. Uughlln,
AdiufuUtrutorof W. U, Wall.
KK.SAI.K OV VALl'ABLK TIMBKR.
Hj virtue of an order of re-sale granted by the
tperior court of Kaudolph eouuty, on Hie fetl
nn of .1 M Kniwn una others AKalnst Lyda
Mnm? uud others, I ehuit nell at public auction
hiKhetd bidder, ut the court house door in
Ashebctn), N. on .siturduy, the Hthduy of July.
at i'i o'clock i., the loiiowtug aewribea
f tinilHT lyiug and IkjIiik in the couutlen
s (he Shiunhunrer tract.
UK aud Ih'Iiik in Moore mid Ruudolph uountiea,
Heedy Creuk uud contuiuiiiK 3iB acreH more or
-. uud descrilKd tu the ieiitioii uh Tract No. 3.
raot No. i. Lyiuu uud beiiiK lu the oimnty of
Kiiiidolpu ou Kcedy creek:, containing
m the Asbill truef.
t Iuh In sun I to be fine original plue timU-r. II
cll locaU-d un to shipping iMiint. All tnettm-
llniL'iLMirinir twelve Inches
ie itt almvf the unmnd will tie mid, and the
LirehiiKer w allowed by order of the court two
jarn fnuu the con (trunnion of said sale in which
i cut uud mnove mi id timlxr. 'lhe laud ou
htch the abuvc timU-r is standing In uot to be
i-rms ol sale, 7int-tmra enn.onp-tnirt. in six
litis and oue-thiid in twelve mouth; pur-
hascr to give bond with uppmvett m-curity for
mid lalance ol puicmue money, anu tnesumc
t'tir interest troin date of coutirmution of said
title to U rcHervetl until the full payment of
the pure litis! money.
Notice of Bond Election for the Purpose
of Building a Graded School Build
in; in the Town of Asheboro,
By virtue of the power and authority vested in
ic Board of CoiuuibioiierH of the town of Arthe
m. N. C. by all Act of the Ueaerul Axnembly
of North Caniliua, at its ruino iu IfoS entitled
Au Act to Build a isrudcd sctioni uuiittr.ig tn tne
rowu of Aidieimro, tlie saiu commiMiioncrM nave
trdoruri tin election to be held ou the )th day of
June, KHS, at the Court House iu Atthebom, N.
tne name oeiug me umiiu i-uiiiuk piuce, mini
rise to sunet, lor the purimnc of aacvitainlug
will of the voters in regard to issuing bondb
i sum not exceeding ten thousands dollnrB, to
id aud furnish a graded school building In
town of Ashebom.
rticles l, a, 0 and (4 of said Act are as follows:
That all the territory lying wlthiu the cor.
ponite linnu nf the town of AHheboro an the
i. That the Board of (fraded School Truste4w,
rvtuaiUT provided for, ahalt be and are Kerely
ihorizcd and emioweied to Iwue boiidn of
ul graded whool diatriet to au amount not ex
ediun fiH.tMWof such deuom l nation and of such
niortiou a said board ot trunteen may deem
not' excw"huir ix pr cent per aruum,
intereot couponM uttavhed, puyat.le hall-
Vcurly at itueh time and place an may be deemed
to tm of such forJi and tenor and transferable tn
i ll wnv, aud tne principal tncreoi payaDie or
tecmahle at such time or time, not exceeding
euty years from the date thereat, and at aucii
u-v or place, as said bounl f trtinteoa may de.
termine: pntvtded that tne auid boanl of trus-
d in such ainmiut or amounts, an may tie re
ntvil to inet-t the cxienditiir hereiiwlter pro
Uil for in (tectum three of thin act.
i. That for the iHirpoftcof proriding for pay-L-nt
tit saiil bouds and tutemd thereou and of
ikdrayinx tne exin-nsea of tae laiblic trnwled
schoftls pwvuted n
thiH act, the hoaJd of
of the twu of Aahelmro tmall
it at the time ol levyiiiK the
put uixes.wuiiiaenctUK with the lineal year be
muniiiK the Ibt day of June, iWh, levy ami lay
tMrtti ii ur Uix on ail muimoiui ana aumecui oi
utxatton withiu the Mia its oi nam gntuea scnool
ntcii sutu noam oi coiumitisiouers
tercufter be autlioriied to levy and
any irtirpoe HhatMiever: aalu par
lay taxes f
thuu one dollar and twenty
re eel it on each taxable poll.
8 That the provision of noetloni two and six
this ai4 Mliall be fuihmttted to a vote of the
miiiuni vnurs of Mitd town of Asheboro. at an
election to le held at the timeoi the next regular
tunt in their dueretioti deem it wise and
proper to defer and put ort mid electkm to a day
lvf months after tne ratinVattnn of thin act.
That thirty days notice ol naid election, mi-
miliK af'y " pnn.uiHmii oi rwmiw two
.t six f this act or a KynonstH of Uia same.
shall lie published in some newspaper published
this day eu
h the follouiitK
tiiK the holding
1 in all other re-
i election shall tie held and con-
torthe nrovbiioiiH of the law Bovern-
of nunicuml elecUoiin of raid
1'hotie inuuihed voters animvinc the in-
n of Umiut i divided for iu wcinm twtt, and the
vy ant oollcctkm of the irticiilar taxea pro-i.i.-i
i.,r hi Mi-tinti six of this act. shall dennctt
ttrtllot ciMiUuniiiK the written of printed words
J. A. Cole.
t Co., and others, for
whiwh without otijct tiou tilel within thirty days
fmm thladaU', he will ak for a warrant of stir-
the ommty surveyor ol KaiilHjiii county.
May IHh, liny. J. P. BORol tiHS,
TLe Courier hojes to hear from
more boya who want" to get up clubs
Experienced travellers have found
great benefit by taking with tbem
a bottle of Dr eth Arnold's Balsam.
neuron illness caused by impure
water and sudden changes of climate,
Wairaated by fcitandtrtl Drug Co,
itnis ' Altai nt Ret
majoilty of the qua lined toU
If Yea Continually K'hawk and Spit end Thera it a Csssfsstt
Dripping Frtnt the Nest Info tha Throat, If Yon Usva
Foul, Sickening Breath, That Is Catarrh.
CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. 0. D.
mnt fnmb)ran, aad B.B.B. rich.
la your brath fontt It yvnt to! e hmkyt
Io you aneezA m irraatilealT lo ron hara fre
quent paint lu tha forliiAdf Do you hT
palm serosa tha yei? Are yoa lottnf jour
teote of emelir Xs ther m dropping la the
throat? Are yon lofllna; your MnaaoftaateT
Are you gradual ly k' 1 1 n 3 dealt Io you hear
uuazliii aoundaf V you hnTt rlnttng la t lie
tomaehr i there a rnuataat bad tail a in
the moulht Do you hnrn m haeklnK eoucttf
Do you couch mt ntihtf Io yoa take cold
nillyf If 'O, yoa haro eatnrrh.
Catarrh l not only dantferou tn tlila wny,
but Itfauk'-n tileeratlona. death and dfeay of
bonat,lofiof tblnktoRknd reaaonlnp; powor,
kills ambl'lon and eueruy, often cauiei loat
of aptMtl', indlReitton, dyitppt, raw
throat and rwhH to nenaral dcblllt.ldlooy
and Insanity. It neetta ftttaatloa at one.
Cure it by taklns Botanle Blood Balm
(B.B.B ). It ia ft quick, radteal, permanent
cur beeanna It lid tha ayatem of the polton
rrm that oiuh atrrh. Blood Balm
B.B.B). purina the blood, See away with
every tyiuptotn.f iTUgalrength to thantlr
DaralTced narref. attMOt uamiirana
bonri and Jotnti, airing wmoUb and
tranf th luat whr It li noailaii, and In (hit
way making a per fact, Mlt MM !
eotarrh la all Ita forma.
DEAFNECt , -
If Tan art fradnall? f rowing 4af oraraal'
roalrdaafor burd of haarlDa, trjr Botaat
liloud BalmB. B. B ). Il( fonha mt daaf
naia or partial daafnata art amtd cm
tarrh, and In curing aMarrli ay Jl. B. BW
ilimiiamta of meo aal voata tATt aa4
frrf14rnfl.. Hlrf;tnaBa Wak Siaaaaeha
enrw lrftppala Frlc ! r lww
tla. Takaaadlractod. It mmtmmi w
rlgkt antltr la tokaa, mmT vfadd.
Saaapla St fm br writing blawd Maa
C.. Atlaata, Ga. DiHribi yawr-traaMa,
aad aaartal fraa aaadlaal Mvla k I ait
jaar aaaa, aUa fast la laakad lftlar.
High Art Clothing!
We have just received 50 suits of Summer CinthW nf.
from $8.00 to $18.00 per suit. Great values.
Nice line White and Fancv Vests. Straw Hats, ollora
Ties. Furnishinsrs. Etc.. cheat).
The prettiest line of Low-quartered Tan Shoes ever
displayed in Asheooro. ce sure to see them.
Very truly yours,
WOOD & MORING.
Chase (Si Sanborn's
Coffees the Most
HERE ARE STATISTICS TO
In the January number of "What to Eat" there is a
very interesting article on "Successful Food Advertising"
by Mr Thomas Balmer, advertising manager of The Delin
eator. We quote a portion of the article as follows:
CHASE & SANBORN,
Miscellaneous brands (being made up of brands any
one of which was not named morefthan 5 times) 160
v'o. of Families
Percentage of families prefering CHASER i 160
& SANBORN'S to all other brands. & JT
CHASE & SANBORN.
No. ot rami! id)
Miscellaneous brands (being made up of brands any
one of which was not named more than 5 times) - '34
& SANBORN'S to all other brands,
Percentage of families prefering- CHASE "2 fi 100 Pr
Morris-Scarboro-Moff itt Co
Telephone No. 7. Free Delivery.
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'g.
Real EstaVte DeaJers.
of grant. he In the
ti iitMini or pmuieu ncjtnoi
thorny t trte
niiniKsionerK o( said town to levy
tieulnr taxew, thoo tutm bnam of tnwtcca and
natil iwaia oi oomm iwinnrrs unau nte kik ii
authority. Butt! a majority of nuch quaiifWd
vowm shall vote 'Attain Better tV'hooln," then
Aid board ol mist- ani aaitl board of oora-miw'tom-n
shall ik have audi authority: rro
vitled that tht rotttiUof mich election, duly m
ceru.ine4 In aoeoniance wth the law. ah all he
enmUft among th ubllc reoonla of the tow a
of Asheborot and after thirty day fma the
Amtni uich enrollment nit'li reeont ahall not be
oiien to attack hut ahall lie deemed oancluaive
n? th tnith of the fart there u ret'lted
KetiiHtratfafi book to In opened Hay $H, IMA
and to he kept open auoording to law, aud a new
Fy tirdef of the board ot oommiiwionorn ol the
Shoes - Shoes - Shoes!
We have iuat received a large quantity of
Shoes in addition to our large stock. We hay$ . '
as large and as good a line as you can find jit,,
town at prices as low as the lowest. ; -
Also we have a lot of Shoes and Slippers sr - y
ricd over from last season that we will selhat fM
?:reaUy reduced pricea. Examine our stock t-ej- g
or buying. Yoors for trade, $
Ride, Pox A Co, AshcboroR C
i MM tMMWrm