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There it a disease prevailing in'1M4
oemntry most dan unroasbecaoa at) deestp
A . MaareireMc
f"' J d aatks u rtwecl
f lMaf cUseaae. If
tntf remit, I ma-
HkidMy tivuMa is
C, ;eii.'ct Wood -win at
a . , aiituia, aing catarrh of
tb hlt4, or tha kidneys thsaneelvas
break dears ahd wait away cell by cell.
Bladder trouble alnoat always raaalt
froaa derangement c4 too kidneys IM
a curt is obtained quicksst by a proper
treatment a the kidaeys. If you arc fed
iag badlyiyoatan inake no xaistakc by
taking Lc Kilmer's 3 wain p-Root, the
great kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
It comcU iaabiiity to bold wrioa and
scaldinjr pain in passing it, and over
come that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get tip many time during; the
night. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of. Swamp-Root i aoon lealtaed.
It standa the. highest for St wonderful
cores of the most distressing case.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
old by all druggists in fifty-cent ana'
one-dollar site bottles. Yon may have a
sample bottle of this wonderful new dis
covery and a book that tell all about it,
both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. KiU
aver & ?o., Binghamton, N. Y. Wlrca
writing pnention reading this generou
offer io this pa pes. "Don't make aay
mistake.'tmt remember the nane, Swamp
Root, Df. Kilmer' Swamp-Root, and the
address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
Blacksmith and General
I manufacture Timber Whfelg,
repair Buggiea and Wagons, Shoe
Horsea and do a general repair bus
iness. Second hand buggies always
on hand at bargains.
When in Asheboro sec me. Shop
back of McDowell s livery stables.
A. M. PRESNELL.
H. J. Burns,
All work guaranteed as represent
ed or no charge. Friers reasonable;
workmanship the best.
Shop at old stand on Fayetteville
HUGH J. BURNS.
J. R. STEED,
Groceries and Fresh
AH kinds of fresh meats
kept constantly on hand.
L. M. FOX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Offers bli profession, serrlce to th
el ti sens olAiheboro and surroundlnf
cnxn unity. OfDceii At Rakidence
Jersey Male Calves at
a Great Bargain
with such breeding as Gold
en Lad first prize winner
over all Jerseys 1890; Gold
en Love first prize two year
old bull at Pan-American
lS0i; General Merrigold sire
of twenty-one heifers that
, sold at an average of - $144
eachj The breeding of these
is correct; prices richt for
Greer.-horo, K. C.
1 I . ,
hr a r r atVii
The KewVef Our jNeifiKboring
Dt J B Shamberger, of Star, was
in. town batuH.U iiuoruw us
tbatthers haa- betaauothar outbreak
of luiallpox iir tbv Candor section.
Xrgro baa. bad light attack but
is new vu ' . '
Miss Berta Harris was on the train
going south Saturday morning f roui
the Baptist University at Raleigh to
ber home at waderuie. ane naa
just completed course in music at
Mr Ruf us Vuncannon of near 1 roy
and Hiss Myrtle Sills, of (jueeu
took s romantic trip to South Car
olina one day list week and were
married in that mate.
Mr Clarendon Wade who hold
a railmad position at Darlington S C,
passed through town one day last
week, returning from a short visit to
relatives at Wadtville.
Mr Jacob Hall the miller at Hall's
mill near Star, died Monday morning
and was buried at Zoar church lue
day. Mr Hall had been sick about
two months, and his death was not
The Mt Oilead Hardware Comp
any began excavations last Monday,
at Mt Qilsad for the erection of a
large three story briok store on Main
street Mat north ottne store formerly
occupied by Mr h V Brra.
Jars Jean JKusa and children, of
Asheboro, are visiting her parents,
Mr and Mrs C C Wade.
Misses LetaSmitherman and Berta
Hurley-returned from school at
King's Business College at Raleigh
Mr T Lee Fesperman who bad the
misfortune to break his leg some
three weeks ago at his saw-mill
the western part of the county, was
able to come to Troy Wednesday.
A small boy about ten years old of
Mr Chas Stanback took few drops
of carbolic acid through mistake a
few days ago, and bad it not been
for the early administering of an
antidote, it would doubtless have
Mr Tom Stanack left lust Satur
dav for More head Citv where he iroes
before the State Medical Board to
get license in pharmacy.
Miss Ida Jarrell who is visiting at
the home of W J Baldwin, is im
proving after having been confined
to her room for several days.
Mr it V task has two bad cases
of typhoid fever in his family but we
are glad to say that the doctor thinks
trie worst is over.
Mr McCain from Randolph ia
moving into the Lassiter house near
& fll Uverton s store.
Mr W H Watkins Jr. of Greens
boro, was in town several days last
Mr Harris Howell, an industrious
young man of Troy, and Hiss Anna
Bailey, the accomplished daughter
of Mr Daniel .Bailey of Moore county,
were married on the 15th inst at the
home of Mrs Fry on factory row,
Esquire I E Saunders performed the
Quality vs. Qtusllty.
Hard muscles and strong body do
not depend on the quantity of food
you cat, but on its perfect digestion
and proper assimilation. When you
take Js.odoi Uyspepsia Cure your
system gets all the nourishment out
of all the food you eat. It digests
what you eat regardless of the con
dition of the stomach and conveys
the nutrient nroTterties to the blood
and tissues. J. his builds up and
strengthens the entire system, over-
conies and cures Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Belching, Sour Stomach, etc
Sold by Standard Drug Co, and
Asheboro Drug (Jo.
Upper tmfY Hspsaslnfs.
(Deferred from last week.)
Mr Leo Barker is in our vicinity putlins
up a new tetepnone una. tie says nut Asna
boro can hear us whispering when the double
line gets to working. Vt hope it in so.
Mrs J O Steed and children and alius Bert
Steed are at Jackson Springs this week.
Miss Minnie Stuart, of Star, visited friends
la atoeus last week.
Some of our boys attended an ice ci
supper in Why Not Saturday evening.
Miss IMlie Li emu terry, who has been in
High Point for a few months, came home
last week and is quite sick we are sorry to
Bilious Bill the sleepy head,
Dearly loved to lay a-bed:
Couldn't wake him if you shook him.
When bis slumbers overtook bim.
Suddenly he started waking.
Erty mora when day was breaking.
What's this magic rec romancer?
EARLY RISERS, that's theaBswer.
Hew W MkM Her.
Monday evening June the fifth Ethel
Dove with white wiura of faith and conse
cration, took bsr Bight to Heaven. Heaven
we say for w know autaing but Heave a
would admit sack a loving spirit aa her a.
She waa the beautiful ana much loved dauah
tar of Mr and Mi D Dova. af franklimvilia
She bad been indwposed lor aoaa tune and
it was any privUenw to visit bar many times
daring her ilhw, bat Barer did I Had bar
blue or despondent; never eran plaining but
always with sonsethiiia bright and pleasant
Ktsaj. Saeha faith as Iter's will shine
above affliction; no one knew her but to
love bar W aun t asa why Bad abi
take one we loved so much, only that he
lovea and nee la each as her to make Heaves
bncbtar. It inias hard- to a them un
nut oe aoetn au uion weu ana somatimo
wall aaderatand. The dear sisters and
brodnsrs have the vriuatthv of ana wba by
eaparisms know how to sympathise and
may they strive to meet dear Etbal who loved
theaa aan waa- a much aaneerned about
then. hUyGod Mod up tha broken hearts
of Ibe sear pares.
v . wtii niuus t ncEa
Tb tarra Tawt Peactrtiea.
DeWitt'i Witch Hasel Salve pene
trates tha pores of the skin, and by
its antiseptic, mblfooient and bead
ing uflnaoos it ssMues inflamma
tion and care uoiis, Boras, uuta,
Ecaema, Tetter, KiiicWons and all
skin dUaraae. A rpecifio for blind,
bledia,' ltcWcg and protruding
Piles. . The original and .geanlna
Witcb Basal fialrt is "Blade by K C
DeWitt 4 Co, sad sold by SUndsrd
Ir-i5 C'Vaiid Aihbar tvg Co.
THE NEW LIQUOR LAW.
There are many who do uot tin-
del stand the new law covering the
manufacture and sale of whiskey
the State law. This law in aub-1
stance' makes of every county cuil ,
police officer lu the State u revenue'
officer, aud requires biui to seize '
whisker, stills, make raids elc. !
For the benefit of those who do '
not know the law it is here uiven iu I
this issue of The Enterprise. Be-
fore the enaetment of this law dy
the last Legislature a persou could
cet whiskey for another and then
not know the other's name w lit u be
came into court on the charge of
selling. Now he is made an agent
of the party who handled the n hls
key, and if one person gets whiskey
tor auother it is upon bint to show
from what source he secured the
whiskey. Recently several cases of
this kiud hare come before towu
mayors of the towns iu the State und
from reports it seems that a great
many people dt uot understand the
In the first section is thu general
form that the Legislature do enact.
and change certain laws. Thu uew
law then reads.
Section 2. That any person or
persons who shall knowingly permit
or allow any distillery or their ap
paratus for the making or distilliHg
of spirituous liquors to be set for
operation, or to be operated on lauds
iu his possession or control in any
territory where the manufacture anil
sale of intoxicating liquors is pro
hibited by the state law shall guilty
of a misdemeanor and shall be pun
ishable in the discretion of the court.
Section 3. That it shall be tin1
duty of any officer mentioned iu this
act to search for and seize any dis
tillery or apparatus used for the
manufacture of spirituous liquors in
violation of any State law, aud to
deliver the said distillery or appara
tus to the proper authorities of the
United states government for con
fiscation. It shall also be the duty
of the said officers to destroy anv
material in use, or to be used, found
at any distillery for the manufacture
of intoxicating liquors contrary to
Section 4. That it shall be th
duty of any officer mentioned iu this
act to seize any spirituous liquors
found in the possession of any persou
not tax paid and stamped as required
by the United States government,
and to deliver the said liquors to the
United States government for con
Section 5. That it shall be the
duty of the sheriff and his deputies
and of any police officer, when in
formed of violation of this act, to
procure warrants and arrest the
offender, and to subpoena all persons
who may have information concern
ing the commission of the offense
charged against the party arrested.
Sections 7, 8, 9 and 10 of this act
tell of the!dutiesof the solicitor aud
other officers and of the fact that
the act shall be in force from and
after its ratification, which means
March 6, 1905.
Under this law police officers aud
sheriffs and their deputies have the
same jurisdiction as that accorded a
United States revenue officer.
U S soldiers who served iu Cuba
during the Snanish war know what
this disease is, aud that ordinary
remedies have little more effect than
so much water. Cuban diarrhira is
almost as severe and dangerous as a
mild attack of cholera. There is one
remedy, however, that can alwavs le
depended upon as will be seen by the
following certificate from Mrs Min
nie Jacobs of Houston, Texas: "I
hereby certify that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhira Remedy
cured my husband of a severe attack
of Cuban diarrhu-a, which he
brought home from Cuba. We had
several doctors but they did him no
good. One bottle of this leuiedy
cured him, as our neighbors will
testify. 1 thank uod for so valua
ble a medicine." For sale by Stand-
dard Drug Co, Asheboro Di ug Co,
Asheboro, and W A Lndtrwood,
Geo C Bass, a rural free delivery
mail carrier, was shot to death last
rnday morning between one and
two o clock about 7 miles from Dunn
while assisting the sheriff and his
deputies to capture William Henry
Smith an escaped convict.
A remarkable picture worth
can be obtained
For a Few Cents
'The Throe Most Beautiful
Rosea" By Paul do Long
pro. At the uraent solicitation of tha Woman's
Home Companion, Mr Psul do Longpre, who
is th greatest painter of flowers in the world,
oimsented to make a painting ot what lie con
sidered "Tha Three Most Beautiful Hosea,"
and the painting is without doubt one ot the
niaatarpieces of this great artist. This nug-
aihoent picture is reprouueeu in all its ongi -nal
arandeur on tha cover of the Woman's
Home Companion tor June. Although this
cover an aoenrate npradaouoa of a paint
ing worm aanareoa ol uo Liars, vet tua June
number, which haa this exquisite cover, may
be obtaiaed at any trst-class news stand or
diraet from tha publishers for th trival aunt
of only ten eenta.
Mr Paul da Laagpre is putty styled tha
"King of Flower Painters." He no only
paint rosea, oat every Bower tnat grows,
sod is la kighast authority on flowers. His
painting are found in tha moat select homes.
Soma aav sold for much aa seven thous
and Sva Iraadnd dollars ( 7,600.00).
Artist, art critics and oompstent judges
all agree that the covers of th Womaii'e
far exeat uwsa ol any
lias Woman's Boms Comoamoa is a nutoa-
ain which in beauty and excellence, ait.
stories, Uluatiationa sad fashiona, etc . ex
cess all other boss and family aasguinea.
Tb W sm sa s Home Ccaapaaioa Sa Bubliahad
byTbaGrawaU PnUisbtg Cesapany, New
York City, also Oiicaao, iil. ,' at One Dollar
a a, ad ia tha faeant mag viae ia aaar
1 'aiaa a sullied hur-rs, where it ia mad saca
aa4 every tsao by t. .em nulliaa psopia.
Mrs. J. H. Cole, of Randleman
who was visiting Mr Cole's parents
in Chapel U'li, stopped over here
Wednesday a few hours with her sis-
ter Miss Jessie Woollen on her return
home. Ed Millis. who has been
working in the Bauk of Thomasville
at Ihomusville for the past few
months, has accepted a positiou here
with the High I'oint Overall Com-
panv. Mr. ,1. s. hlder. son of Mr
W. N, Elder, at Fnirvit-w, arrived
Tueday niirlit from ls Anireleg, Cal,
where he has been for the past year.
High Point Ledger
Just What Everyone Should Do.
Mr J T Barber, of Irwinvillc, Uti,
always keeps u bottle of Ulittmhei
Iain's Colic, Cholera Hint Diurrhneu
Uomt'dy at hand ready fur instant
use. Attacks of colic, cholera nior
bus unit diitrihii'a cuitio on so bttil
tlcnlv that there is no time to limit
a doctor or go to the store for med
icine. Mr Barber savs: "I havt
tried Chamberlain's Colic, ''huleia
uml Diuri'lui'U Kenieuv which is one
of the best medicines 1 ever h;iw. 1
keep a bottle of ii in id room as 1
have hud several uitiirks of colic and
it bus proved to bo the bout medicine
I ever used." Sold by Stuudard
Drug Co, Asheboro Drug Co, Ash
boro, and W A Underwood, Kaiulle-
Extremely Low Rates.
Extremely low rates ale announced
via the Southern Hail way from
points on its iines tor the following
Athens, Ga. Summer School, June
27-July 28. 1905.
Monteagle, Tenu. .Monteugle Bible
Training School, July 3-Atig. 15,
Monteagle, 1 enn. Jloute.igle Miu
day School Institute, July 17-
Aug. 5, l'.tOo.
Monteagle, Teun. Wouiuu's Con
cress, Aug. 1-15; l'JOo.
Nashville, Tenu. I'eabody College,
Sumuiei Schools; Vanderbilt H;b-
lical Institute, June 14-Atig.
Oxford, Miss. Summer School,
University of Mississippi, June 14
Richmond, Va. Farmers' National
Concress. Sent. 12-22. 1905.
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Summer School
for Teachers, June lli-July 28,
Rates for the above occasions open
to the public.
Tickets will be sold to these txiiut
from all stations on the Southern
Detail information can be bad ui
on application to any Ticket Agent
of the Southern Railway, or Agents
of connecting hues, or by address
ing the undei signed:
R L Veuxo.v, J 11 Wool.. D 1 A,
T P A, Charlotte. Asheville,
S H Hakdwick. V II Taylue,
1'. T. M. II. T. A.
Washington, D. C.
Mlllt 1'UAItK SAI.K,
Pv virtue ul a iwrr ul kuIu cmituiiiitl in n
niurlKiiui- deul t'Xt ut.-d lo the uii'Iitmiiiu! ti
IiiIhi 11 HurKi-w aiul M S HurKL-Mn, Inn wilv, on
1-Uli Isna, wlm-ll iiiormiiKt-fli-ttl is iluly IV
i-t,Mi-,l in the KiniMcn, ulllic ol Kaixltlli Co. In
1 uill sell lur ca.li tu thi' liiKlic-l MiMer at
PHlilic iiuitt'tii ul tin1 i-ourt iiuum; uuor in amk
I. mi on Mi.mlay, July 1. 10 ul I oVki-k p I
lliv !llwini;li--4:riU-'l .in-i-l of limit ill Oil
uuiblu Kmii-lilp ami kn-.wii.u. the l Hurt.".,
lot und hnti!, on LilnTty ruul, ali'l Unmet! a
HeUHitiiini at a l"t imll In Itorlli i-ortn-r 11
aaw iinll Inl. ruiiunn; -.u iletinvb nortli, wet 'M
rol ami II llnkK tu u liluek nuk lit rlurg'-M,'
suiunen. line; tlieuee unrlli uIoiik Ntitl line
tiltv live n.lfUt Mone: tlicllee t-it6nMlii: tin
itoutli ; roilK to a Monti; ihent-e -tv.t M ut-g
3 rmU to u perMminon trve; thence south
thd beginning, eulilulului; riocrwi murv or lu
MM. C. HAMMKK,
This June W. I'.wj. MortaaKt.'
K VAI.I AHI.E IIMHKK,
nr,ler ot te-Ktlt unoiU-l hy the
Kuutlol)tll eoiilil).ou IhepcU-
By virtue ol an
tiou ol J M Hniwn aim others ugiuust l.yilu
ManesA and oUieni, I itliull mU ul hi1IIc- aiit-lloii
to the liiKheat hldiler, at the tout t iiouh; luir tu
Aithehnnj, N. C, tin h.itinluy. tlu MlKiuyolJuly,
I'JU'i. ul U o'elocS M.. Uie IoIIowiiik uuM-rilHMt
timet of tlinlitr lying aud liettig ill thu couutieN
01 Moon-anil Kamiolin, vis:
I'ruet No. 1. Kiiou u iu tile shot, truc-t,
Mmbeil iu the tivtltiotl ah trueu, No. a, a, ,, suiilt
li, anil containing -4UI acreii.
Tract No. il. Known un thr shunihiirger tract.
lying uml being iu Muorc uml Kamlolph eouutlea.
on Keody Crceli aud oontaiuliut sua acre more ur
lea. ami ner!ljei in the Ivtilloii a Tract No. S.
Tract No. i. Lying and being tu Uie ciaiuty of
kandolnh on Reedy Cn-ult, coutaluiug WO acres
and Known a uie ahdiii truet.
Thli In ttald to be tine original UKO timber. 11
i. well located aa to shipping poiut. All tliv tim
ber afurvaidiiueU3UTlng twelve lucliua ami more
one loot above Uie ground will be mild, aud the
purchaser is allowed by order of the court two
yeat Innu the confirmation ol xulil ale in which
u cut aud remove uid timber. The laud on
which the above timber la ntaudiug la not lo be
Terms of Hale, one-third cash, one-thlnu In afx
mnutlia and one-thinl In twelve mouths: pur-
approved aeeuruy lor
unpaid balance ol pureiuue money, auu iiesaiue
to bear lutcnM from dale of eouhrmatlou of auld
sale; title to lie reserved uunl the full payuieutol
the purehuse money.
Having qualined as eaecutnr of H. M. Cox,
doetassed. according lo law, this Is ki notify all
aredliors ol saiu entate tonie tneir claims w.tu
tile underslglietl, duly sworu tu on or before the
Win day ol Juue luot, or mis aouce win ne pieatien
bar Ol meir recovery, ah peranua owing aaiu
estate arc requested to make immediate paynieut.
June lotn, IW. a. w. hkown. Executor.
ot H.N. Cox. deceased.
Hv virtue nl an order of nle arauted by the
Superior Court of Handtdph county, lu a special
proeeodlng thereiu pending, Ada A Cox and hus.
band A C Cox aud Klble Miller airalnsl H H
Brooks and wile Annie anioaaaiid M Hn KK
(iuar., 1 shall sell at the court house di sw In Ashe
boro. N. C. at public auction o the highest ladder
on Halunlav the SXudday o July, llsja at 12 o'
clock in, the following real estate lu aaid county.
Uounoen as mnnwa;
1st tract. Adlulnini the lands of U T MoffU
and otheni. beglutiiiig at a sloue on the west side
of Uie Fayetteville road aud runs went 7 chains
and T& links u a atone, tneuce soutn a cnalns and
St links to a sweot gum on the north bank of
Richland creek, thence up the various course ol
said creek U 1-1 chains to a cedar, tlienee uorOi
IS chains and 15 links to a stone, theiura caat H
cnaliuanUTViiuas so a ptne. tneuce norm l
chain and 76 llnka Sa a suate. toeiitv east si
uhalus aud g llnka to a stone on the west side of
(lie aforesaid road, thence south the various
courses ol said road as chains and as links tu tne
beginning ooubMuing isu scras more ur less.
Snd trv. AdJ-nning tha lauds of (iaorgs
spsucer, aiama Ammotia sou otnars, negiuning
chalna In a Dina. thenee snutll IM decreet west It
cnalns ana as nnas i
A chains aud SO link
Jrd tract. Ad g lands of 4oihna Uoffitt sod T
Hoffltt. hesflonioa at a rasa oak and running east
oue uhalu la a atake, tlieuos north 4 cnalns ami
00 Unas hi a post oak, thence east one chain to a
stake, thence north t chaliM and tat 1-t Unas to a
slake, theuee vest S ehaiae to a stake 111 the
orurtnal Una. theoce south oa sntd line 7 chains 7
1-s unki fcalaa beginning, aniaisiiiliig oue aare
alack rum snd running north 8 chains and
links toaatsaa. tlteace east ( esadiss and as llnka
to a ssuoe, theaoe north 7 chains and an llnka ha
saase la Joshua MoSU's Una, theoca wast t
eaalna sad aa links to a stake, said Monti's aor-
aar. tbanoe souta la etisjos and S7 links so a
suae. atoOtrs aoroer. thence souatl as 14 daas.
east s chains atsd IS links to tha hag! rising, ouu-
amg re i-s scras awe ar ansi.
Trnas of aia casa. v. a,, ba rr.
By vlttuuof apowerof sale ooututjiioil lu the
lost will and testament of Mlenjah LaHHitcr.dec'd
I wilt sell at the home place of the said lilcajah
Lassiter at publio auction at 10 o'clock, a. m. ou
THURSDAY, Jl'LV Hoth, li,
to the highest bidder, for cash the following de
scrltied real entate to-wlti
Tnn-t No. I. citunUMtn the waters of Lane's
Crock adjoining the lands nl 1. w. Luther. K. V.
lutslter anil others. This Is Uie home plaee of
ihututid MU-ujiih Uuo.iUT and eontahia IMS uercs
luon; or less save anil exot'i ubout gr acres here
lolore villi by the tld lusutor sun is well and
i-onvenienrly lia-ated as to schools, cliitrclies aud
oilier eoiivehiences and is fairly well limbered
well walen-d and Is good farming Uml and has
gisHl building. sucliHv. dwelling, bam, oulhou.-es
aud g'snt well of water.
Tract No. a. Adjoining the lands ol a. T.
ltiigblin. ,1. W. Inu'hliii and nthur-co!ituliiiug
I will 1st given.
of .uie gniuU'd lo
rt of Kund
,l,.,r lu ..i, liro, N.
he folloivuiu n-til evtnu-. Ii-ll
ing the Inn. Is of w. I Hi, . Maieui Tlmter.
,o Tlnoer, MutlKIa t'.,l,l,le. Jmluc Kniii-.
ou Uouth und olliers, l,uu,ed u lollous.
mntilng at u white isik, Judge Kviius uli W.
iiikioun lonii-r. th..i. iil-.iiIv iiiiio, .iloni!
Judge Ki.ii.--- II ..- to Judge Kv.in-'
,1,1, If lu
I ulong M ilildu t'oblile's hue
h's i orner, thence alsmisoiithm
,,li,.i- Koiilh und i livro I
lloi.g M.iii-o. Thiiyi-i-. line lo V. I'. Win
-u-lillnue v. I'. Hill
i ins luib tinj of .iu
d an order of sale grunted by the
t ol Humlolphcouiity on the s-lilioii
, iidlur. ol lleo. W. Kleli, .leeeusvi
Phillip, et ul, I slnill sell ut the
!un lay of July i-.si. tne lolloaiu.
i Mil, I 'eouiily mi tnewuti is of 1'iin
iljiiiiiiu.' Iln lunils ot Anthony Hu h.
liiercm s ,i
llr.-,l In ,.
tnn-t. Keglliiung ti1
Anthon.t Ilii liS llui
ivhtte ouk or pine
nun east .' nsls
mi ;.1 nsls uia
ninek giiul. lilt
IVrlKlU's line, llit lu-c mi
nil a osls I., me begin.
Second ir.u-t. ih-giuniiig ou a t talk i-oriier
and t7 links to u In
thence west 17 chilli
-kory ut Abel t.ixs collier,
W links to n slime pile
the old line, theuee east on said line 17 chatusand
ttlirdsonacrcilitnl six months, the im-huj.er giv
ing tsnid and aiiproveil security thervtor.uuilllie
title reMTVcl till the further uolt-r of the court.
This I'.ith iluy of Juue IllUi. (I. K. Kit II.
Aduir. aud Coiur,
by buying Ihig
Ni '-ina! Sewing Machine Co.
Better Than Ever!
"THE STAR THAT
LEADS THEM ALL"
Ing Machine for Oic home:
iy wile, mother, daughter.
Either Lock or Chslll Stitch. Write
circulars aud prices.
Domestic Sewing Ma
Newark. N. J .
Fruit Paper Free I
,jSV . Keep von posted ou
tntt Horticulture, Crop
11r riy Condition., PHces ol
'itfil r v Zm. Fmit Prodncts In tie
Jg TjT dillerent Markets,
jft-" -i Diseases of Trees sn
TV,- JC risnts and Trentmen
of same. Itdcslswi'h
every phase of the
ij"lLijE"- fruit Industry from th,
fld to the msrkrtjn-
eladlag varirtirs. eqltlvaUoe, tntnspnnatios, and
tha Snal sals la tha Biarhst, aad slvsalosl tha la
rormsuoa lha erowsr acvas, wbrthse hs be aa
amatsur or profsslaaal, Frsasampla eepTefths
Frsa sample aepTe
ns ta anr ana arv
Iks KwtkMsl fralt graver, tUoseph. Mlaklasa
op value ro fruit orowers.
A Special Mafidne et The Courier One
Year lor $1 JO-
A new and attractive offer In- ut ia tlut of
The National Fruit Crower in comhination
with Tlie Courier the two one year for (1.50,
The KatiiHial Fruit Grower, which is publish
ed at St. Joaer Ii and Bentoa Harbor, Mich., is
a monthly devoted to the subject at fruit
growing which jt hawllee with great ability.
Tha various topics are discussed by special-
lata, and it is invaluable to every fruit
TOtl nay Eorwertl yonr raoney ror tuia ctam
biaatioa oiler to 'f ha Natianal Fmit Grower
or to wis paper.
HAVE YOU INDIGESTION.
Boyd's arbon Albumen Tb-
lajta rare Carbon of Albumen
positive car for indigestioa, dyspep
sia, constipation, beatlaohe or tour
itomacb from over eating or drink-
inir $50 if tbflj don't, 9a CTDM a
11 your arnggin auaea s nave uten
end direct to
70S Rand McNall BUgV
Will pay spot cusb f. o. b. your
All Kinds of Furs,
Green and Dry Hides,
Beeswax, Tallow, Eggs, .
WooKwatjlutl or uu-wushed) .
We uino curry u full line of Fruits '
uml Vegetables, Banana, Orunges, '
I.t'inoiiH, IVitiiuts, Etc., ut market
prices. Write for prii-cs. j
FORSYTH & WATKINS, !
112 Lewis St. GrciiKlxiro, N. C.
l !.IT IT-UM10 liK.iRD. j
A liullle of Kc-zine will be sent
frw 'ii every rentier of this mper j
who - sull'eriii; with nny kintl of(
skin iliseiife or eniptioim, uny forni
of l-'i-.:eiiiii, lilintl or Ulettling files,
Scrolnla, Itch, Tetter, Barbers Itch,
Ring worm, lioils, HI. Kid Poison,
Fever Sores nf any name or nal lire.
$50 reward will be aid for any
citric of Kezeina Unit is nn prompt-'
ly curetl witli Ke-zine. Ke-zinc w ill
heal any sore ur ruiv the worst skin
uml limkc it look like velvet. Here
tofore there has been no specific
discovered thai uonM tine i t. -ma
and kindred diseait. s until Ki-'iue
was discovered and tin iIk.,..-.. ,1s
are cured daily. Never mimi
wneLt you have trieci; ton;et
the failures made bv tilh.'i remedies
and send for FREE S AMPI.K !
of Ec-ziiic, which alwut." jjitee re
lief and a permanent cure l
Ec-zlne Skin Soap if tin' liesl.
ttnticrptic sohi) made. Ii will
cleanse anything will Uvstioy mi
crobes of ilaiidruff, falling bnir, sme
iieail, ham Is ana teet, piuiiiles und
blackheads on face and make the
skin smooth. The only antiseptic
shaving soap made, guaranteed to
cure germ tiiseases f50 if it Uou t.
25 cents a cake. Write today to
Boyd Chehical cohpany.
708 Rand-McNally Bldg., 1
The publisher of this paper knows .
the reliability of Ec-zme and of I
Boyd Chemical Co.
Rocky lVli;'.i!ii.. : Tor. Nuggets
A finaj I....! r.r Da. Pmpls.
Brtsp OsMcs - a..'. i Rsaarial Tlfr.
A specific forr.-n.'-f, ri.i. In ::re-tlon. Mrs
an.l Klilney Tronlils. i-,.iipt.. ICcpm. Impnrs
I'l'ssl, bad Breaili, lue:ilt Hnu.'ls, llnsvlai-he
n.l B-wka.-he. Ii'aR.ky Sl.'iin.nin Tea lu lab
1 -t form, Sft cents a box. ti.-nuine made bj
'i'lLLiarsa Dsuo Company. HaJison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Do not be di'lvcl hv thrwe tt bo ad
vertie JHO.OI) SewiiigMacliliio for
be boiiirht from us or anv of our
dualcra from $15.00 to 18.00.
wc MAKC A VaiCTY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed (b'tentilnen the Htrtmgth or
wettkniK8 of Ht'winu; Miu-liiiun. The
Double) l-'es'd eontliiiitil vt iih other
HiroiiK Nilnta nmk.-M t lie JVew Home
the bett tSewinu; Machine to buy.
w iiuunifiu'turt'Hiul irhtn bs-fort' urcbMtng
THE HEW hG SEWINS HA6HIRE CO.
js I'nl.'ii H.. N. v., Chicago, III., Allnnta, Ua, I
isk I-n.i-.Mo., lkill.is,Tx.,Kiia Francisco, CM J
W. W. JONES,
Asheboro. N. C.
raat, Trat. Mfr Rwaft Umm4 9pim,
You Need a Hat I
You Need It Now.
We hare tlicm in atvlee anil pricoa to suit
you. We are increasing our alnck each
week, hy no doing we fret tlie netrest and liewt
We also have an attractive line of Belt
Duckies and Dress Nets nnil many other
novelties. Conie to see nio.
Mrs. F T. lair.
aa i desire for work or pia. Make acinar
brain, brlakk area aial iwast braata.
MAKE LIFE WORTH WHILE
bv matfeany corroctln' liver, stomach and bowels. .
They lnduos iba jutloral sleep and anpsUla of yoaib.
by oleanelnc all disorder! from ths aj sSatu.
They cur Conttlpatloo, Indlflsitlon, Sllloutnm, Htsi
Ftr tela ty an DraigtoU I Oo and Sflo BOX
AOOEIT NO SUMTITUTia
Take The Courier and Get the News.
One Dollar Per Year in Advance.
AT FACTO R.Y PRICES
The "Lundstrom" Sectional Bookcase.
Pronounced the BEST br tliounamla of users. Iliglilr lini-lied in Sot.tn GuwrS UAt. '
Price per lioolt section, with aiaappearinu; non-bimlini gliisa doors, $1.75. without door
SI. 00. Tops and bases f 1.00 each. KtitT on Ai-i-kovai, Ireiijlit preiil direct (roan fac
tory. Send for Catalogue No. 9.
THE LUNDSTROM JttFQ. CO., Little Fall, . Y.
Manufacturers of Sectional Bookcases and Filing Cabinels.
Special Tuesday Sales
With each cash purchase of one dollar on Tues
day of each week, we give you a coupon for that amount
When you have gotten sixty (60) of these bring them to oui
store and we will give you
A Handsome Oak or Mahogany Rockers
These Rockers sell for 10.00 each to the trade. ' Call
and let us show you our full and complete line of House
furnishings. Very truly yours,
Peoples House Furnishing Company,
High Point, N. C.
LETTJS DO YOUR
! WORK GUARANTEED
To the Pacific Coast to California, Orefon, Wm Walton
rotmd-trip, long traruit ami return Ibttta, libenl atop-oref v
privileges. .... ' , 4 'I '
The rate is practicaDy on the basis of one fare for the round
trip. Of course, if you wish to visit both California and Oregon
or Washington, the cost is slightly more. . ,. , r (
These reducod rates are in effect on certain nates In months
of May t October, inclusive. Titer apply from all Eastern points -via
Chicago, St jovh or Memphis gateway. The Rock slatr4
System will take you up b ther Chicago or SkUwls,or at hmifit
of other Middle West point and carry you to the Coast ia throagh
Startd trd t Toiviat lejopcrs with unexcelled Dining Car eerrios.
The Kock Island also affords a chcaice af roatMi on the Scmuc", .
route you can top off ir Colo-do-ee Sak Lake Gty-p visit . .
Yellowstone National Park; on the "Southern " rente yon can go
via El Paso, iLi-u New Mexico, then "up coast" to San ftmmdim
and cn to Portland or Seattle if desired. ' ",
u thort, these PacifK Coast e)Xtti
chance to see our Wvit'.-m country in a compniivanaffe aaaanfr..
If you desire to go only as far as Colorado, tiere are excursion
rates in effect to thtt section and rehfrnV' aD Minnief long,
apeciaEy reduced June 30 to July August 12 aad 13,
and August 30 to September 4, Extension tripe to Ogdea) ,
or Salt Lake and return at low Qt k
From Stptembor 15 to
tourLt or McoisnUt'' tickets .w
the PaciTw Ncarthwest-about
jrlsjcoUsjIiMsasaats Man .a gtmkmV
eWla W ataH alaa, sa wa caus advisa aWiaaa srM rsa
W. W. BRADY,
"" DEALER IN
Call to see his prices. "
One mile north of Asheboro on
V PRICE& SATISFACTORY
October 31, IC5, on way
SI be on sale to CaLfotxk aad
half regular fare. ''J " '
TUtf atrd omj af juue. uae