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The Asheboro Cornier
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Wm. C. HAMMER, Editor.
An order has been made by the
Department of Agriculture includ
ing from North (Carolina uiarkeU a
grade of out feed stuff shipped into
the Stab) by J D Mayo Co, of
HON. M. S. ROBINS
Mr Crawford D Bennett, one of
the State's brightest young attorneys,
has been retained by the government
to assist in the prosecution in the
Federal court of the celebrated case
against N Olenn Williams.
Some of the State papers have
fallen Ut the error that the Yatts
law requires Sheriffs to seize block
ade stills. Such is not the case. 1 1
is a special act of the last legislature
requiring this, extracts from which
we publish this week. The laws
hare not yet been published and the
judges bo far as we know have not
oalled attention to these important
matters in their charges to the grand
jury. The laws of 1906 will proba
bly be published within the next few
weeks, after which time we hope for
better things from our sheriffs.
Time and time a train has The
Courier advocated a town lniprve
ment Association for Asheboro and
other towns in this sectiou. These
town improvement associations iu
this and other states ha e done much
U "beautify" and improve towns.
Shade trees arc planted, land for
parks secured and laid out, owners
induced to plant flowers and shrubs
etc in yards and lawns. These
sociations are frequently composed
exclusively of ladies, who devote
much time to visiting the owners of
property destribntinc seeds "ami
plants and furnishing plans and
ideas of the best method of improvements.
A few newspapers that want to
blow off about semething and want
to find fault with democratic ollirials
hare complained that the Whites,
convicted of murdur m the second
degree, were permitted to go
Raleigh by Sheriff Julian iu advance
or the Sheriff. It is true that the
Whites went to Kaleigh a day or two
before Sheriff Julian of Row an
ceived his order to take the Whites
who were out under a $-.!5,0("J bond
each. On receiving the order for
their committment be found they
were not at their home iu Conrord
bnt had gone on to Raleigh a day or
two before. The Sheriff found them
in Raleigh, at the pen i ternary, when
he arrived. Howconld Sheriff Julian
prevent the Whites from going where
they pleased to go until he had
proper process to take them to the
You have no doubt heard the story
of the discussion in which some con
tended that the greatest invention
was the sewing machine, while others
contended one thing and another was
superior to the sewing machine, and
Btill another contended that the tele
phone was far superior to any other
modem iuventiou. Still another
contended with much confidence
that the greatest invention in any
and all the ages was the alphabet,
After all of which some one arose
and spoke as follows: The alphabet
was made, for God made it. And so
it is we some times think that let
ters and learning are the gifts of
God. For the chief end and out of
education, if you please, is to teach
children the use of letters and to
read good literature.
Help your system ever the strain
of bard day's work by drinking
Pepsi-Cola. It is healthful and de
licious. It makes work easier and
nerves steady. 5cat all soda foun
When Mr 8 Wittkowsky was
merchant in this city ho made a not
able snoots. When asked how he did
it he answers, "Printers ink" Now
that he is retired he takes up the
building and loan associations to im
prove their situation for general good
and without nav. lie is brincinir the
advantages of the local associations
to be well known and he is making
the earmarks of the cheating institu
tions so plain all may avoid them
xi e aoing a service tor we w
and making a success of the build
ins; and loan movement. When asked
how 1m doe it, he again answers,
The moral of it all is that those
who would raooeed should know that
printers' ink is essential. Charlotte
u on spins
A Strong Man Gone Promi
nent Lawyer and Good Citi
zen. Marmaduke Swaini Kobinsdied at
his home iu Asheboro at 8:30 Tues
day morning Juue 27. 1905.
Mr Robins has been ill for a Ions
time, suffering with raucer. He
was 78 years of age, and has been
actively engaged in public affairs
the greater part of his life, having
served his country and State iu im
portant positions of trust and honor
on many occasions, both from elec
tion and appointment.
All tho members of tiie immediate
family were present at the time of
his death, his second son, Sydney,
having come in from flarvard Mon
Mr Jtobins was born August .11,
1827. In his early manhood he at
tended the common schools and
afterwards taught school, graduat
ing from the University with hili
honors in the class A ISjii. In
185(J, the year of his irraduati -n he
obtained his law license, having read
law under Judge Huttle at the I m
versity law school. After gradua
tion and until the war he taught
school most of the time at Washing
ton, N. C, at Middlcton Aeadeiny.
near iranklinville, ami at N-ience
Hill near tho Uwhairie river. Dur-
the war for a time he was
mate secretary to Governor Ytinee.
mmediately after the wai he secur
ed a large and lucrative practice.
tncti tie returned until ms last ui
ness. lie was several times elected
as a member of the (ieneral Assem
bly. He served as follows in the
general assembly: House lsiii,
Senate 1 Still, Senate 18T, House
1SS3, Senate 1SS3. During a part
of the session of lSii-J Mr Robins
was Speaker of the House. 11
never bad noliticul ambiumi, but iu
friends pushed his claims more than
once and lie came within a vote o
two of beiu' nominated for eonre.-s
and at another time for judge.
He formed a partnership with Hi
late S S Jackson which lasted until
the death of Mr Jackson June 5.
He lived through the days of re
construction and canu't-liagism, and
was merciless in his exposure of
wrong and excoriation of the had
men who at times held I lie reins of
.Never did lie mince matters, mil
was plain, outspoken and fearless.
He had no love tor the oitnern
men who came here after the war to
take charge, and but little eonti-
lence or respect for those who ad
ministered the affairs of government
and conducted and piesided over the
Mr Robins married Miss Annie
Moling, a most estimable lady, July
J 1th, I.7S. Of this union there
were three sons, the oldest, Henry M
Robins, who graduated with high
honors at the State L'niversity a few
years ago, is a law partner ot lus
father; the next son, Sydney, after
graduating ut the Slate" l'niversity.
is taking a special course at Harvard
Lniversity. lie came home trom
Harvard about 12 hours before his
father's death. The youngest son,
mimed after his father, is a student
in the University, where he will
graduate next year. All are bright
boys, and their advancement in their
studies as well as their good habits
and blameless lives, have been a
matter of pride and great consola
tion to their father in his old age
Mr Robins was the soul of honor,
x Lvntlenian of the highest character
and integrity, an able, leaned pains
taking lawyer, whose practice was
not only large and lucrative in this
immediate section but until his
health failed him had a large prac
tice especially in the counties of
Montgomery, Moore ami Mauley,
where for 3D years he attended the
courts as regularly as he did the
courts of his own county. He was
a member of the board of county
school examiners for years after the
war, and afterwards a member ot
the county board of education. At
one time during the war and near
its close he was the editor ot the
Dailv Conservative, published in
Raleigh. He was the tirst editor of
The Courier then called The Regu
lator founded January 1st, 1870.
Mr Robins was a man of strong
personality and individuality iu
character. He lived through trou
blous times. All through the carpet
bag and reconstruction days he was
the central figure in public life in
this sectiou of the State. He was a
man of strong and honest sincere
convictions, with strong likes and
dislikes, loyal and true to his friends.
He stood np for what be believed to
be right at all times and denounced
dishonesty and corruption in office
or elsewhere at all times, tot t
quarter of a century he made politi
cal speeches in this and adjoining
counties in the interest of what he
conceived to be for the political
party whose success he considered
would be the greatest advantage to
The funeral was at the M E
church South yesterday morning at
11 o'clock. The funeral services
were conducted by Rev W L Sher-
rill pastor assisted by Rev U W
Robinson and Dr F II Wood. Ap
propriate remarks were made by all
these and also by Mr B G Worth of
Wilmington. A large concourse of
people assembled at the funeral to
be present at the last sad rites,
Evangelist Little In a Row with Rowel!. 1 fUnusur Item.
The Little-Rowell controversy.- .Mi" Sallie Thomas lefl Monday to visit
l, l, .:i,iIm, il,ia , Iwr isU"r, Mrs Jno Stout, in Columbia, S C.
which has been agitating t is cm ; MisH , ;u.v ,arri of Femao Cow
munity more or less for the ailir .'ull.t',., j Spjig 8n,e time with
three or four months, has at lust, relatives iu tmvn.
come to II head and will doubtless soon i Mrs lr C S Tate un.l i-hil.livu urn visiting
be ready to run. H would be useless,
luiivra iii Clurklun, N C.
if not altogether lmpossih.e, for this, rPst llm ulllMiinK ,, i!;1)tist chaum
paper to give anything like an out- .laikm Spring,
line of this controversy from its ill-! Mrs Bridges from near Stale)- is
eei.tion whenever that was, until ! 'Ita'llm'V&n,. who s
now. If an attempt were made to ,u.laKl,,i the m.lli.u-iy d.-iiai tinout
print all that has been said and done Kunu-eur Store l'o tlio'iuiat year, iei.ii
and said to have been said and tloiii lr home in tli-censboro last week.
n connection, therewith, ,t would , k .., Sinnliv '.
probably ieUire a vouum- aiiiiosi as l( ,vilh his 1areuls.
large as" the bibles tlise two reverend Jli3 T A llotliit mi.l i-liilUiwn ut I
.vntleiiien sometimes Carry about nil- week with relative in l.iliort.v
der their arms. It would be useless
Miss ll.iltic- l'muMI. ot Uludon
for the reaionithat the great majority ;.!. n,,,lr,i i , i..,, Tlim,i'..'
of this paper's renders already know j jr . ,iw is displaying some
more about the whole affair fiom HiNos in Ids store.
start to linish than any newspaper , Mr and Mm it II Carter were tl.
could possibly tell them. It would ' llu, irB, ,,,oat new Irish potato.
be impossible tor the simple reason; c,oiis are tonkins well.
th.it. mi man could ever L'et it all Miss,-s Annie ami l-'.tliel Thorn:
together. As to the merits or de
merits of either side of the contro
versy itself this paper lias nothing to
ly at this time,
list Sunday morning Rev J W
Little tilled his legular monthly ap
pointment at Waxhaw Haptist
church. It seems to have been gen-
rallv understood for some time pre
vious that tho "Gatling gnu preach
er,-' as he frequently styles himself. Sunday at the .i 1'.
would be loaded to the muzzle. And performed then various p.n
iii this the large congregation pre- ileeied mm h .-i-Hit um th,
sent was not iu the least disappointed. ,1V a , imii,.lh,,' .,
After the regular sermon lie took r,.;,li?e.l t..r s s -.uk.
occassion to pay his respects to Rev I
J Y Kowell, the other party ot the -n.,.,.1,, , tr , ,,i uoii..u f,-r a ur.i.lo.l
controversy, in no uncertain terms , 9t.M, ,,.. t.ttr,,i i,v an ovenvin-lmim.' ma
and putting him about as low down, i jonty, only P.i vou-s u-mg
it would seem, in the scale ot gentle
manly qualities and uttaiiimeuts
eonlmed to their bedt last
( umeh improved.
i The Courier i-outinues to'impio
each issue and w.iuld like In si
".hI tanner in l.'.mdolph a uleril.
Miss IVarl lj-,.uar.l. of WorUiul.i
last u.-.-k with relatives here.
l.'ai 'iris alxays progressive.
reeent t-li-oliou t.a loe.il ta to est.
graded scho.,1 the ..te was 7.1 f..
ae.onst. Tins is a slop thai w 11 d,
and lastiui; l-o.h! l.u the future of lie
eil and n
re highly ei
a neat sin
We had a fine rain Friday last notwith
standing we were right in the nudst ot wheat
tlireshiug, for which we are profoundly thank-:
fid. ' j I'ay ealls
Mi-s F.arnest Core Imn gono to Piedmont O-nipany.
Springs for a time. NiKt ea
Wo lire happy to loarn that Prof .1 W ll v. l
lleni-v was eli-otod headmaster of Triiiitv
lli-jh SoIuk.I for nuoflier term
Mrs J K Kerhy, .,f High Point, is a
with her utottierat presvul.
Miss Mary Allrsou was inani.-d a;
parsonage here, to .Mr John l.Yddiek I
J. V. HUNTER. M. P.,
ABhebovo, N. C.
fiu.i AMl.el-.ro Unig
oil ii-oin the Central
Mr Ned IV
CuiM Vaur O n House-
r,. UkO fMiudred t.wwi
VJ. D. STEDMAN & CO.
West Ramseur llem.
I! A Smith and Mas-.-r I!,
eeii lisiling her p:iivnts i
Heavy and Fancy Groceries.
repot St. Wt Side Riiilnmd.
. i-at tish, two turtles
l lish trap which ttpiHid ttie
; i iHumds.
Messr..l l; I hill
I.I.I 1 J,,
this makes die fourth
roiiulv to note loe.il lav lor
s,-,. Iho graded s,-h..l
a ve.il. hut th.- t..n has I
iu'-li s, h,., under the ui.oi.i
T CI.!., assist,-,! Iu- .- :
loa.l.ers. Tli.-re w.f l
twenty-live pupils enroll.- I
I iu the
luriiiliiro fai t, i
with a full h.re,
a iradf -'f liirui'uiv
the most fasli, lions.
The liroom faetorj
i it i
faetoiv is 1 1 1 i I v
i-ed ni.',. loii.-,-v.
a preacher or rigliieousness migni
desire to put another. l!ev Mr
Kowell was present and heard il all.
Rev Mr Little had a special appoint
ment at King Street Raptist cinirch
Sunday evening, at w hich time and v
plane "he repeated with increased!
emphasis if possible what he bad M
said at Waxhaw liaptist church in , ,
the mm uing. Some of his statements i,
and strictures on the Rev Mr!"
Rowell's character and worthiness
were severe m the extreme and were
uot couched in properly guarded ,!.. ,de
language, to say the least of it. So tl
Rev Mr Rowell went to Monroe early 1'
Monday morning and instituted a ,'
damage suit against Rev Mr Little ,
for defamation of character, retain- w
in it the well known and aide law linn
of Redwinc Stack as his attorneys, u.nkln-. isriinuii.g on I
The case has already been docketed, -f the 1 ing -!npi-
This is indeed a most unfortunate 'ui.l.-rst..,l thants .,i,lei-
affair from the beginning tinforttt- "
nate for the persons involved, for
the community itself, but more es
pecially for the loptil churches that
are bound to suiter as a consequence.
Much has already been done and
said that will be bard to forget. ;,M. r. latu.-
Among those who arc taking an act- -a t roes ..f ih.
ivo interest iii tho matter iatuf tbev d.nuhio
are many) strife and hard fcelinj are
almost runiiiug riot. Families are
divided and life-long friends are at h
open variance among themselves.
And the end is not yet. The events (
of last Sunday served only to deepen ,
and intensify the strife and hard m..iuhs held so
foidinir. Anil if llio mutter .ws nn iir.ai he,l an ex
to court for tlioiotigh sifting, as in
.1 W Kin
After so i
:,de, s. tl.i
m and th.
nt ot Mr .1
- to ..I!
111.) inauai;. r
ir -no-.-", f I
,.n- was ,.U,
i with the Alls-i
Mills, u. .-le
I lll.H-SS ..I t
lill.ll b is. Wid,
..f . K
.in- thev I.
. ..I A.hel
... the last
..f l-'arti.er who Iu
II. K I i
l,se,l I..,- a few weeks, V
i, is improving in health.
-.it..r in charge of fwh.in
special IkmicIii of Charlie K
n I'oiitinc.l to his r.s.ll-. I
ices at his resi lellee and
Ih'lll si-nuoll laJ Sunday
Ch.uh-s is a g.)"d neighlsir and a ihrisiiai
i., I l. ,- it... j,,,.-,,l,,-,,f .1,, uhol,
all probability it wil!, there is no :,,um,,m'i,v iu his s,,re atlli.-tion's.
"llessinir W bat the outcome will be. I'rof Melntvre is at Kinner working iu tin
i ll, ,,... nil.,,,, ll... ,i;si,.t,.,..ol..,l int. rest of his m-lio.il. We do liol know that
ha. soiecl.sl in. assistants ns vol i.iu no
will U d,-ue iu aiuplt- timi
that Miss I... tie. Ills si.te
will take char
FC3 TCI.r.3 UYER.
A SartM MKw.HI th WtW
BrMsia. Cttv4HM Rhe-
- Iknr a w man rw
(-' - - .- - - - Hi"n ! ittll
Ll - r:t-i.j . .t t iS fnvb
J T Minggi, of Henderson, while
hoboing on Southern freight at Uary,
A V, was ran oyer and Killed.
Zeb V Saunders, editor of the
Stanly Gazette, a Republican news
paper is critically in, usving recently
snrcreu a severe stroke or paralysis.
When are Ton sick? Headache,
foultongne, no appetite, lack energy,
pain in your stomach, constipation?
Holiidter'i EocItt Mountain Tea
-i 11 make you well and ieep yon
well. 33 cents. Asheboro Drag Co.
part of the community, which is by
no means inconsiderable, is laughing
in its sleeves and "having more fun ,,f the
than the law allow.." Waxhaw Miss I'ui
The Rev J W Little is the preach
er who recently held "big meetings"
,it Ihimuiip in thw r-miiitv mill Shir Ashel. .rn t,, Kinuer.
:.. Ull .lulv tile 1st Ml II .VII. HI IUX Will sell
... ...u...b..,.,v. j sx.......
; ll, a .,..rt
, to sveurr1 tin
1 js.iter who has Iwn'
rv i-ti.mtv returned homo
elfort will Ik
n-s are threshii
Mr T U Sn-ueer ina.li:
igll T'liut Saturdav.
Mr llud I.yudon who has Wn
reenslsiro for some time .pent a
it li his family lir.l ot the week.
Messrs K Dund .1 M tail.-w ha
osiliolis with the Southern It U
I Ids pr..:rty at ndilie
i removing Ui Aslielioro.
w , .f ..or fanners have threshed ih.
and the turnout is very niisatisf.ict. i
. to'pialityanil.piaumy. 1 hegi-.w mg
eei-n is unpromising, The fruit crop i.
failure, l.laekU'rries and luirklel-rries are
failure, tliubbalid (lattisarc failures; lira
failed I" W hung anil t-i.utis failed to g"t I
1IHIJMI0. ltnwan llmlgi'ru and .1 1" son
are failures, thev failed to inKiielice Wake
c'ountv jurnr and not be caught at the high
handed .eheine to overthrow justice,
not want to to' jiessitilistie, hat (tint i .
ol failures. .Mark the prediction.
ats on the j.
..I Siphia ball leaius , I
ouiids of the latter and the
.".1 to llliu taiorof S.phia.
Patttrton't Grove Ittm.
A of our fanners have liegull laung let
el I l.iiitl, w ho has lleeil
The corn en.p look.
Mr W M l.'icliardsou. of lliuh foiot, visit.
' his father Mr .lohli filch unison Saturday anil
Sunday returning Monday. Mr (i 1 K
is preparing to purchase a largo fall slo.
o, ,.. It also looks aa if he wax going
liiieally huWher business bv tho display of fresh
ats at bia Btore r nday. Miaaea
ill ia improving
Mr and Mrs Cecil, of High I'oint. vi-iled liumm- and lamina York, of KraukliiiMll
the latter, brother. Mr Kenueilv, Juno I". visittsj Jliaa Ilora Kenruaon Sunday. Mr 1
Miss Ida Nixon is visiting n-latives in i (j Coble is supplying hi tablewith nieefresli
i ir-.-nsiirn una ween. ! turtles w hich lu-c jlcl.es in His traps.- .Mess;
Mr l'.rnest Ihinn and Mi Vina Allred ; M y Itichanlson and II 11 Wright lefl f.
spent Sunday with friends nt Climai. . ,gh point Monday.- Tliomaa linitheni of this
Miss Titin Jones is sjieniting a few weeks j section have removed their Cedar l.ilsiuesn
attirecnslx.ro. near Cellar Falls.- Tliere will be a lawn
Miss Vadie Uackett is on the sick list. , jWrty t Mr James Kirkmau's nelt Satiinlay
jir n u uniw-ers nouseon mo aen laimi) nmlit. r.veryhody invitea. Jlr i lnsma.
farm" is near conn Jet ion. .;,,e business trio t,.SilerCitv last Fridi
Tliere was a game of lull played mi tha r f II Coble came very near seriouslv
(irays Chapel grounds June Ktli between injuring bis brother Henry while hauling in
i.inouerry aeconu nine aim wrny. uajjoi. wleat
tne score reauitea u u. ij in iavor w i.ine
berry. iir and Mrs (leorge Hackett were the
guest of Joseph Hackett last week.
at by sticking a piteh fork fn his fool,
day laat week. Mr and Mra K C Kivctt,
ui Liberty visited relativea in tliis aection
Saturday and Sunday. Mr Chaa Coble lias
gone, to Staley to haul bloflks. Mr Vunran-
non was in this section last week aitliciting
subscriptions for (he Kandolph Itullettm,
Mr W K Richardson, of High Poiut, apent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and
Mra Monroe Craven and one of our young
ladies ia still amiling.
Several of our people atteuiled preaching
at Pleasant Cross Sunday.
Messrs Hugh l'arks, Jr. and C. C, Itusw-ll
spent Sunday with relatives anil friends near
Parks' X Roads.
Tlie Hundav .School Convention which will I .l
lie lield at tins place next Sumlay July Kntl Several diatinguisbed peoi.le inlorealol
promises to be one of the best in the history j tl,e wori the association u doing, viailed its
of the association. I'reaideat C 11 Julian tor ! sessions.
Kranklinville township has recently visited . jiss Fannie K S Heck, presiib-nt of the
all the schools and renrta them in good con- Women's flub in Raleigh; Miss Allele
datum and a large delegation Irom sacli Marie SJiaw, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Ir W W
acnool ia ei pec tea.
Mr and Mra Jesse Jonea, of laherty.
June 2;i. -Tlie Women's Assoeiitiun for
tlie HettanoL-nt of l'ul.lin Si-liool Houses bold
its tbiril annual seasion in tinsinslmrodnring
Uie teachers assemtily.
More than half die enmities in ilia Slate
reported local associations.
A Urge numlwr of diegates u ere iroseul
eacb ot wn-an had an em-ouragmg res
Saturday eight and Sunday in town with
Mr C H Teague ami family, of Cameron,
are vwiUnir in town Uua week.
Mr W V Mauer maiie s business trip u
ureensboro one day last west.
Several from Cedar Falls and Ramssur at
tended tiie inataJuttinn of th onWrs of
Hanks Uslge at the Academy Saturday uigbt,
Mr J M Whitehead, of Kairixeur, waa tlx in
stalling olk-er and I'rof I) M Weatherly de
livsred an address which was highly appra-
ciatd by all. After the installation th Ma
soos all repaired to tba Masonic Hall where
an in cream aappsr bad bnaa preps red by
Messrs W B Oox and S L Walok, which waa
ntnved bv everr one.
Mr C tiaadler and Miaa Lora EUisoa, r.
of our ponnlar young psopla wars anited is
tlie holy boada at natrimony Stinday. We
muti fa them a lona and haoov hfo. ;
Stetson, state aupt of Maine, and IVan Jamea
Hoaaell, of Columbia L'niversity, roads en
The reelection of hut year's officers gives
assurance that another vigorous campaign
Will be waged next year.
Mrs W ft HoUowell, of Uoldslwro, ia prasi
dent and Mra F- E Mofbtt, of Raleigh, vice
II the w,-.l,--
,s!i to pu,vl,a-e fresh g
west pi ices.
Mi Claude liu.i.i.1. ..r A.
. uncle. Mi- C A Hlair. a
Miss Delia Kahlwiii. !,.
lativus at l- latikli.-sville,
'.-oiuuiniist bv her lu-oth.
ami Mrs 1'iliker Itahllviu.
has Is en vising
and lainilv. !'.-
-.1 -I M Wi
d bv the
THf NORTH CAROLINA
College of Agriculture
AND MECHANIC ARTS
(JlVcrs practical industrial
education in Arricultiire,
Knuii.t'i'i iiiA'. Id i: t r i a 1
Chemist i , and the Textile
Ail. Tuition S:W a year.
lloard $S a m-..;Uv..' 120
PRES. WI-N JT'ON.
West Rtilnivn, N. C
We are in the market for you trade and ore offering
Hardware at prices that will g-et it. . We have a full line
of Eugenes, Wagons, Harness, Builder's Hardware, Stoves,
Ranges and Hollow Ware. We keep all kind3 of tools for
the Farmer, Carpenter and everybody else.
Barbour Buggies, Nissen Wag
ons, Champion Reapers,
Mowers and - ReJtes
We hoep Window and Door Screens, Kitchen Hard
ware, Cutif ry, Agate Ware, Rubber and Leather Beltings,
Steam Fittings, Pat-king, Wrenches and about everything
We can make you money if you will trade with us.
Lewis & Winslow Hard
. .'. -. Ar.hcboro. N. C.
farm- in Wo.-t l.'.u .
Il.i.tisin-at the t'hri, ; .1 .- .. ss 1
churches Nt o,lav in .li.lv. ,
Messrs I U';,Uins. " T..,.. , .
Sto;k diiJ Poultry hum.
O. U. Hinshaw, Prop., i
ki.uU- No. I, Cllmsi.N. C
s.iii-;.- I '..nil. Hi--,
Ivuioutll li.K-k t'lu
Our Southern Farntar can save
tlliier billa atid Ihcic.i tlielr rsvom.-.
MILLIONS Ci- COLLARS,
l.y sowiiiT Crimaoit (.lover nt tho
litHt wor.int; v( tluir Corn and
(.'ottoi' i--nM- It is ,!u' ,K'st t,mc
to s..w nnd you a:-.enii vxtraprep
anitiiin of" thp land. Ihnimnn
Clover liulrp.-.l tt-t rich in liumu-i
orvn' tai.'.eion' irnnd putt? it in
i-xci-detit i-.iii.rui..n for tho crops
which follow it. It nlfO iimkii
A fine winter cgvtr crop,
An eiceilnnl grazing crop,
A good earl; for'gs crn,i,
A splendid tcil-imprcting crop.
TIowhI imdir fully in t'no spring,
it im-reiist's the yiidd of corn, to
tuiivo, coltnn or othur crops which
follow it, to a wonderful extent.
Our nles of rrtmson Clover sod are
laraesc oaaivr u
I'it.e lieilvsliiin Pijs,
f..in n-tfis...B-l st-.-k. ,
- lourliist I'lVU.illlUS
and Suris'jistahes u n
' llojisut fei.tral fain- -.
lirsts, a sec.n.l nod three
ll ChickeNs. I.", i.s, for;
prices on .isand padlry. ,
1 In the l'iilto.1 sisln.
.1 elreiilsrs RlvlnR
lufiiriuallon about this valuable crop.
Wood s DosorlptUa Fall Cstalolua,
Issiii-.l In Auuu-t, tells about sit Farm
suit Garden Sssds for Fall Plant
Ins. Mallei true on request.
9 per. cent.
9 per. cent.
Desirable Property for Sa e.
Would You Call 9 Per Cent,
Clear of Insurance and all
Taxes a Good Investment?
I have three houses, lately built, with 10, 12 and
7 rooms, located in a desirable part of Asheboro,
150 yards from Sunset Ave., and within five min
utes walk ef the post oltiee or any of the factories.
They are all under rental to good and prompt
paying tenants, and several new residences are un
der way in the immediate neighborhood.
Land is rapidly growing in value in this part of
the town and good judges say prices are liable to
double within a year.
If anybody has money lying idle or drawing six
per cent on a mortgage, you paying the taxes,
come to me and I will sell you a safe investment
showing 9 per cent clear after insurance and all
taxes are paid.
J. D. Simpson.
Baptist University for Women.
iluiiiiii it-n in Uih Art, S it'iicct ;tinl I'liiluKOjiliy; ia Music in Art am!
in I-Aprewtiou. t'nunM's nf Study HHiiilnr In llin-r in ntyn voiW-n. lavitu
tioii jterintls, one hour riu li, l-'ju nlfv of six uvn iiikI Uvoiily-iniir wonnm.
Schoil (if iiihle taught ly n full l'imAu;i c of Wukr Forest ami Niuvtim Thoo
logiml Seminnn. Thorough Hunii t'tw i 'ihii-ho. Kxccllrnt fiuijmeiit frt.arh
nig Chemistry, Jiolo-, and J'liyif. N-hool f MiiMif, with a Faculty oi two
men and his wouifii, ami in.MiraHHi-f in (he South Tim comfort of HtmjentH
looked uftor hy a lady u Itn ijnil, lady i!iysirinn, two ma trom and a nure.
Hoiird, l.itt'nirv tuiti.m, lttat, l.iliU, ll.iilm, Yw for Physician, Nurtte and
I.ihrarv, llt'l pr moicmi; in thn Club Irom f 10 to 3? I"i Iohh. Ko dioujit
l any; everybody jmy- ctaiilv tin whii- rUi's. Iksliovrd to le tho chinn't
m-IiooI of itu Kruifo iu lite, South.
For furlfttT itifouuntinn atldrt'H.-
President R. T. Vann, - - - Raleigh, N C.
Everything is quiet in and around Battalias'.
C B Kearaa does mi aaem to improra.
Brother Fiocfaar had an apmintmani lhara on
Sunday, ISth. He preaohpil an exorHmt
aermua to a mrTgood oonffrsrahou. Jsins
Kams has had Trpbaid ferar bat (lad to
ay ha ia oat and atirring around -8anunia
Cranio rd ia real aick with fer. The Horn
bay baa ball team rmssrd hast with Denton
team. A aeon stood 10 to H 1 an of
Btmbay. . .
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CCLD MOULDED CYLINDER
sa Boars far aa tytaw af CaMar Taftlaf UttMat
rm ayus, farta, IN
Cyltodcr OrabKopfconea from M to $IM
bawd far Maat Cat ell em l
coLtnsu pnosoccAPn company,
Spring tS Simmer
The latest styles and patterns can al
ways be seen at my place. I am show
ing a pretty line of suits at $10, $12, and
$15. It will pay you to look my line
over before purchasing.
Also a big assortment of HATS, COL
,'LARS. TIES and SHOES.
"KEITH KONQUOR" Shoes for men
are the best to be had. See them.
W. J. MILLER.
Threshers, Traction En
: gines! :
How about that Thresher and Traction
EnKine you are expecting to buy? We are
sales agents for the Peerless Geiser and can
Seve You Money
and give you the best machine in the market.
Don't be too late as the season will soon be
on. Thanking you for past favors,
We are yours truly,
McCrary-Rjedding Hardware Company.
Ceiial Stock $30,000.00
RALEIUH. N. C.
f CHARLOTTE, N. C.
I Piedmont In. Bid.
lllKXKS'Htll.lVK thi- worl.lS. l.ut III Inmloru Business Muoatlon. OMest Bulni!ss
n.lliw In North I'an.lii.s. I'..il.... sosraut.-.-.l. Iwkixl by a wrllU'u contrast. No vnoslkm.
lu.livl.luiil liilnnlou. WtalmMh-hboiis-ki-pplliK'. Shiirthanit. Fenmnuahlp, liy mail. (Mod lor
Homo Sui.ly raws. Write ult lur luu-Csisl.siiw. oiloin auil Uigli KiKloiMuaeukL T bay an ma. ,
A.l.lms KINf.'S ulUSINESS COLLEGE,
B iUlsl. M Cs
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
projxwition, in or near Asheboro.
we think we can please you as to -lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'g.
Armfield (EL Laighlin.
" Real Estate Dealers,
The Original Rock
Here's the old . original Rock Hill
Buggy. Can you find one to beat it?
If not' can't we selLvou one. Please
figure with us when you are in neejd.
McCroa-ry Redding Hrdwro