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The Asheboro Courier.
Asheboro, N. C, Jium 29, 1905.
Arrlvil and Departure of Trains.
Tfaill No. I ll, turivtK al I ;K a. m.
Train No. 107, arrives at .1:1(1 p. in.
Traill Nd. 11.1, arrive nt !t:3!i . in.
Train No. W, .arrives ut H:2T n. in.
Train No. 1.10, arrives at,,. I l:W a. in.
Train No. 42, arrival nt ', - 2:u p. hi.
No. 143, laavcmit 4:11) a. m.
No. 130, hurra at 1 1 :).' u. m.
No. 144, leaves ut. 4:.'i0p. in.
No. 71, leaves ut 10:1.. n. m.
No. J 07, leave, al ,1:l,ri p. iu.
No. 41, leaves Bt ;l:.li in. I
Local and Personal.
Mr W L Kivett ailttlrtini-s seed
potatoes in this iisu?. -
tot J 0 Arnold, of Worllivil
WN8 a visitor hero Moiiduy.
Mr Henry JSmilh, of Millbuio, I
F I), wan iu town Monday.
Vt Anbury, of Asbury, vviu
visitor in tocu Just Wednesday.
John JMcCaia und family, ut M
vnrw", ib visiting rvliitives
a""; ju Asheboro U'l vicinity
Mist Grace Wood, daughter of M
and Mrs J T Wood, went over to
Jackson Hill lust week to visit ri-la
Miss Edith Muring went down I
Jackson Springs SiiturUuy to spend
it few days.
Prof and Mrs It B Strickland ur
spending the suiimier ut Mr J (
Mr Ctaas Spp stopped over for it
day last week on Lis return to
Greensboro froni Jackson Spring,
We surrender our editorial space
this week, to news matter which is
ioi more interest to th general pub-
Mr Thad 8 Ferree, has returned
to Wake forest to complete Ins law
eourae. He will Iy fur license
Mr A A Lowdermilk, of Hiijh
Point, who has been visiting friends
at bis old home near Dewey, was m
town last Saturday.
Mr K K Rosa, who was oon fined
to his room with illness several days
last week, is mucu unproved mm
new able to bo out.
MrT L Cbishnliu, formerly of
.'llamsoui, bnt now of Sanford stopped
over iu Asheboro Saturday for a
Masters Walter Hammer and Ed
ward Stewart, of Lynchburg, Va,
are visiting Rev W C Hammer, in
Mr Cleveland Skecn, of Davidson
county, spent Sunday with his
brothers Messrs W S Skeen and
Mr C F Swicegood. of Wooilbaf,
Rowan coanty, was iu Asheboro last
Thursday. Mr Swicegood is only 5
feet 2 inches tall and weighs 345
Mrs L L Richardson and sister
Miss Eva Asbnry, of Asbury, came
up Wednesday aud will spend a few
days visiting the family of Register
Asheboro people spent the
"Fourth" at home, while others
went to Itundleumn, and a few of
the young people picnicked at
Mrs W B Yarborough and children
visited Mrs Yarborough's father,
Sam'l Arnold, near Farmer, in
Randolph county, Saturday und
Sunday. Lexington North State.
Prof J F Hamilton, of Central
Falls, Randolph county, is in the
city to-day. Prof Hamilton taught
school at Spring Hill several years
ago. Laurinburg Exchange
Mrs Corrinna K earn 8 Parsons
passed through Asheboro Saturday
returning to her home in Richmond
oooaty from a visit to her father and
mother Mr and Mrs A 11 Kearna at
Messrs Jesse Coltrsne, R L Colt
rane and J R Coltraue and others,
of New Market township, were in
town Monday. They are interested
in a bridge at Coltrane's mill on
Deep river. They are in ewaest
they say and need the bridge aud
hope to" get it
R F Coble, formerly of Handle
man, but later superintendent . of
cotton mills at Concord and Salis
bury, is desperately ill at his home
in Salisbury. His recovery is not
expected. Mr Coble was recently
added to the police foroe of Salis
bury. Messrs J M Luther, D S Davis,
W.H Winingham, S EjCoblc, H H
Kenaedy, J N CJoltrane, Ii L Colt
raue, B L White, Mont Lewis, W M
Miller. B L Vickerv, T W Ingram,
8 O Crsnford, M B Cranford, N M
Lowe 3 E Albright. U McMaslers,
M L Winingbam, W A Wood, Y M
C Johnson, .K C Rainier, J M Walker,
O P Barker, J C Lowdermilk, M r
Burgess, Herbert Burgess were
among those who were iu town
Caaxty tw4 4 ESscaUt.
Among other important matters
the county board of education re
elected Pro! J M Way county super
intendent of public instruction at
their meeting Monday. Mr Way has
been : most faithful and efficient' in
his Office. . -Hs has accomplished
macs' good work, and there was no
pposiliou to bis re election.
Bsaitrtrfy your complexion with
little .cost. If you wish a smooth,
eVrmr, resua)lik -complexion, rosy
cheeks, laughing evM, taks Hollis-
tar'a Rocky Mountain Tea, greatest
beaiBr - w CPU. Asne-
boro Drug Co,
At. Curt huge, N V, Minn Suiuh
Uowuril Jlnsc, Unii,;titer of Mr II
Mu, tu Mr Wulti-r Way, Kcv I
Jei'einiiili Littler, of near K
mills, ii'i'i! ii 1 Miti I. Ml
fun nil dead in his In d
morning. Mr 'Miller was iiev
married and for I lie pact ."JO yecr
sua lived alone. When found
bad been dead l lino or four dav
or longer. Though etwittrie. he w
a good man attending to his on
alfairs and doii" no nun wi-onr;.
Grant Township S. S. Convention
i I liel.l al K! Kiiriiiux -.. i.l Smith
The I alt Has Never Vet It --n T..LI Myrt
X, Ili'Lle di le
Tim Olijivl ,if lie- S S Cnser Cns.
e l.ilile Hoy's Prayer - Mina Hint.
nun- 1'r.iss M I. Paoli.
'I'lii! .M.sleH'Inirch M.ur l-'IW
'- in Heaven - II.-I tlm A Nmitli.
Hi Why .Sl,.il,l tin- Spirit of M.iilnl I
Proud - Mattie Piif-Ii.
M't ION'S CIlAl'KI..
t'liei Ileal. While llarvci.1. Horn Mel'hers.
The Money for Minimis IIIiuh-Iic Kinney
anliiitftn What we Have -Mamie Kilim
hilly Souls - Slullic Kinney
Itnaerre'1 PoivorsoluinlaytJcUiwl - II P O
Seltlinir ilin (Juoslion- j,eohi A KiiiL'.
Iw Single Head "f Wlient l-'rimla hin.
I.n Muster V I' Hammond.
I'Ih- 1'i-iiiiK.m Vallev Mrvtis PreMiell.
hara.-ier W D Allen.
'resell! Chrisl I .ula I'ule.
lie, Sun- vonrSiua Will himlvou Out K!
Ilemeii- Klla b.wdermilk.
Farmers' Institute lor Randolph.
A Fanueis' Institute will be held
n the court house at Asheboro Fri
l.iv, Julv 21. I'JOo.
The object of a Fanners' Institute
to bring together the farmers Jn
tier that thev may discuss the sub
jivls rotating to their business, such
is the liest methods of using fertiu
rs on various crops, tlie prepara
tion and cultivation ot the soil,
stuek-ruising a n d stock-feeding,
diseases of stock, grniu aud truss
growing, trucking, iniprovenient of
worn soils, value of cotton seed aud
cotton-seed meal, etc.
in addition to local sneukers. H II
Hume, Slate Horticulturist; G A
Roberts, Assistant State Veterina-
:tn; J S JelTrev. I'oiiltrvnian, KC
Kxiieriiiicnt Station; and C M Con-
, Direutur of raruiers Institutes
Florida, will lie present and dis-
tisii iiit'stions ot interest.
An interesting program has been
All faniiers aud those mterested
furni'iig are in v i U-U aud urged to
come aud ask tjuestions und join in
Morning session will open ut 10
lock sharp, and afternoon session
The following is a list of jurors
for the first and second week of the
Iv term Superior Court begiiuiing
ly irth, 1C05:
Trinity township J It l'aye, D
C Cos, J M Floyd, J A l'earce and
New Market SO Coltraue.
Hrowtr .1 A Hayes.
Cedar Grove .( T Walker, L N
liUBOti, W F Cooper.
t'oncurd T W Harris, E A Steed
1 W V Wood.
Libert vJ 1) Wright, E A
Thomas, 11 C Aldridge and G R
Asheboro Millis Brown and J M
Coleridge II V Gardner and J S
ltandleniau E N Brown, W T
Wrenn, J L Fields and B II Lassiter.
Richland H JI Yow and J B
raVernacle W G Cashul t and J
New Hope K II Lollin and B H
Columbia J L Branson aud U M
I'rovitlence J W Pugh.
Grunt 0 P Brown and I'C Ulas-
Columbia township It S Will
iam 9, David Mitchell awl S S Pick
ett. New Market R E Coltraue.
Back Creek J L Beckerdite,
Providence Lorouzo Chamuess
1 John Wheeler.
Grant A E Williams and. D C
Lnion J M Vuncanon.
Trinity W M Parker.
Cedar Grove Felix Walker.
Franalinville W V, Jones and
'. Grove J T Powers.
Kichl.md Wm Lucas.
Kandleuian M C Williamson and
THE BANK OF LIBERTY
LIHKRTY, N. C.
lowoT iHUlnoatUay 1BU1. im.
All other Btonlu. ttnn.U and Morb.-n KoodO
Bttnkltif Hmi Parnlturp and rixlurv 15 oo
Hue inim Haiiku and Bunkers 11.340
cah luuu - twee
1. 000 00
Silvrrrotiu iueludins all minor coin
Capital Stuck paid In . i.0 no
Suri.lm lun-1 OU0 0U
Uualvided proflla, lacurrentciiensea
DeixxlUsubjci'l loeheek ftlrvr
Caaulan (,'bccki ouUandlu( stwsi
Stafa' of North C. Onanty ot Kannoliib, m ,
. 1 F PU-kott Ttoe.pncl.luiit
l. F. PKTtrrr, vsw rre.
A. J. PATTKRftOM,
A. J. MAMUBUaif
A. I. L.BWU.
mihKHhetl and iwnm to bafora mc, that aUi
day at June, IIWS.
W. . ORllflN,
Cases Calendared lor Trill it July Term
Randolph Superior Court.
II I Calendar of civil caxes for trial
July term. 1005, of Randolph Su
perior Court, Hon. R. II. 1'ielili-s,
WKUNK8DAY, .ll'I.V 19'1'H.
No! 18 LuraE Lo vdermilk va Walu r
" 1! Mrs Nancy Hicks vs Randle-
niuu Mfg. Co.
" 10 J Mrs Nancy Dicks vs Ran
dleiimu Mfg. Co. Pt al. j
" 20 C M McDowell vs Union
Furniture Co. I
" '1 J M (aviness, ndinr. vs J E.
Cole et al. j
THUKMIA V, JULY 20TII.
No. ii Lura E Lowdermilk vs Walter
brown. " 1
23 Uiaa A Sternherger vs Morris-Scarboro-Molritt
'24 II M Allied et al vs II I)
Smith et al.
30 T S Sprinkle vs Bank of Li
erty et al.
33 llai.dolpli Cruimery vs W S
Liiirberry et al.
31 Jnuies Scot ton vs Delphina
3.i Dora L Hedrick vs Wm R
KHIDAV, JULY 21MT.
No. 40 Ether Lumber Co. vs R 1!
" 44 James Suvder vs Moll
' 45 II 11 Elder vs Ryder-Crame
46 Edward Toiulinson, wlmr. v
' 47 Alfred King et al vs Mahaley
' 53 Mercantile Nat. Bank vg J C
SATI RDAY, .H1.Y 22nd.
. 54 Mary A Ferree vs S (ii New
55 B L Cavinoss, agt vs II Q
MONDAY, Jl'LY 24TH.
No. 50 Mary Feiree vs S O New lin.
57 F lugold vs 8 G Newlin.
58 Mary Ingold, minor vs S G
5!) John Ferree vs S G Newlin.
fiO People's Nat. Bank vs J M
TUKSDA Y,".IL'LY 25TH.
No. 26 I A Auman vs D. & C. R. R.
27 F V Lucus vs 1). & C. R. R.
28 G C Boling vs I). & C. R. R
30 S L A n man vs D. & C. It. R,
37 M M Lucas vs D. & C. R. R,
38 Jcthro Auman, minor vg D. &
V. It. It. Co.
WEDNESDAY, .IL'l.Y 26TH.
o. 32 W C Hammer et al vs A. &
A. H. R. Co.
Witnesses and parties need not at
tend before the dav for which their
costs are calendared for trial, as wit
nesses will not be allowed to prove
before that day. Motions before the
ltfo can tie Heard at any time.
This July 1st, 1!)05.
Three flood and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons whv
mothers prefer One Minute Cough
Lure: hirst. It is absolutely harmless
Second, It tastes good children love
it; 1 lurd.lt cures Coughs, Croup aud
Whooping Cough when other reme
dies fail. Sold by Standard Drug
Co, Asbeboto Drug Co,
tin June i!u. HUB. the dentil niurel vudted Uie
home of Mr iin.1 Mm John King anil tank their
llul daughter. Matile. a briaiii. .wi-et ohllil.
aireii auiui two
irive the little el
the lorl taketh
she was tKi sweet anil famrond tn live hi thfx
wnrhl ot trouhlc, ami He carried her home, lor
He iieetkil one more little unael hi heaven, ulie
more tar near Uie great w hite tbmne. Tho
lamilv fiuvc the heartfelt svmnalliv ot all their
iieiKhliorii anil iriondii and Hie mmlortiiuj
knowlilKe thut tlieir Iom U her eternal gain.
May weal) mcetim tliat brlKht, ek-riial nhore
w here artitiK will lie no inon.-.
sbu w on teii'lerly. lovingly, laid to rent 111 lae
ei-nieteri at New Horn, where ho will Meenllll
the aiiKeU oonicaii'l hear her away t the Eternal
Kinuia Coble-Anbury n bum iH-biher IS
nil illeil at Anbury N C June IH IWW aged AO
yearn a inoiiins auu s tiayn. Hue woi Happily
uiunie.1 to Ut Kraneta E Abury April SI IS67.
To thin union wan given 0 children t ol whom
hail urvecdoil Uie mother to the better land while
the remaining wven with the hualand and
lather, rami veto mourn thrlrhas. sinter Anbury
wan ennverteil In early ehihlhimd, under tlie
niiiiititryof unele t'hurlie PhiUiim, and united
wiUi tlie M K ehtin-h araith. III which fthe livod
a eoiinlnbHl raeinlicr until her death. Hbe wa a
ilevoied wife, a InvluK mother, a faithful friend
und an ciirneM i hrlntiHii. Tlie nrrongent emphanhi
may be given all thin Wgi. anlangtiage but lalutly
exnrexen 1i,t true worth. Her funeral wan o
luniy the largent ever liehl at A.lMiry ehureti,
and the greul enmnany of inouruern, by tlieir
.reeiieeniiil eviileut grief, only tcntlltcd an lo the
way ohe wan aireelaled by Ihiwe wh , knew her
beat. Hern w an a well regulated christian home,
and the weary "Itinerant" alwara found a
welcome there while Uie adipture lenaonn tincd.
und the prayen oflereil at tlieir family altar.
neeme.1 to be her delight. The writer of thin
nkelch wan often in their home during her lant
illneni, anil even when thevlnlu w en- nhortoiKu,
r scemil happli
10 refer hi the lesson uned by
the I'realilliig Kliler or ulor, ami the pravem
nni rea after aevrre tone. While It wa-erl t
to liilKel alotiK in her last Uliliftn, yet nne wan
always cneorf ur aiel even when It was evident
that alia wan apimiachiitt: the eml. she tieKfnsI
her loved ones In not wei-p for her anMirina them
Uial nhe would Iw at rent. Just liefore her de
parture she called Uieui all ubnut her laslnide and
addresaiiia them one by one, eavc them her
parthitc hlenainit. Hhe waa flnaliy heard to nay
"slory f lory' and soon left tu for her home In
heaven. Wo are all benehled by Mich a life and
feel ntreitk'tbeuetl by nueh a triumphant deauV
I'n the norniwina husband and children we ren
dcr our sincere sympathy lu this their hour of
erlcf and nnuntly pray that the dod of rll fraec
may uisteln theai, and we fee) sure he will.
The Immediate faintly are all In the eaurch,
and If faithful to the end. there will be a haapy
ruliuton ill the home of the blen, where aieknean
and sorrow can never cuma, and a here partlnK
la lot known.
Bob Hargrave trad Bob Cecil
were arrested by Sheriff Dorset t and
Chief Ileitman on Monday for
vagrancy and for handling whiskey.
Cecil gave bond for his appearance
at the trial to be bad today. Har
grave, when arrested, was on a wa
gon owned by Henry Charles. Tbe
wagon contained 8 empty kegs.
Mayor Moyer sent Hargrave to jail
for 60 davs because be could not pay
$32.50. Lexington North State,
Not a cent wanted, unlets yon are
onrarl If won are airk and ailinff '
Cnrea. II JOU are 1C BOH
take lloll later 's liocky Mountain Tea.
. . , . ,i iw.J
A great blessing to tbe faatnan fafflilr.
Makes yon well keeps yon well,
as oenta. Tea or Tablets. Asheboro
the genuine Sun Cured Tobacco flavor by
the taste and aroma of
and have made it the largest seller by
refusing imitations advertised as sun cured
Learn the Genuine Sun Cured Flavor cm eat
this advertUament and tend, together with sc. stamp, to R. J.
Raynolda Tobacco Co.,Winaton-8alem, N.C., and they win mail fr
a sc tample of this tobacco. Write your namt and addrcaa plainly.
little n'fn'nliinir alionorloat niirht Ii
tnakinfi im feel lietter hint mnrniiiLr.
1'rof Mclnlyre aienl Mniidiiy in Anheboro
ftlr alio .Mrn I (' t'tinifiiril hih-ii! Snnilay
in uie iuiiiiiv ni ,ur ami .tira a l liiLmuii
Tlieir linle child is iiiiprovini aluivlv.
Mr Cliaa I 'ronton! from Mixire county iB
l'ieiiiiK a iew iitivti witn inn lather and
noilier, Mr ami Mrs A A ('rnnfonl.
Minn lieiwie .Kiliiimm who lias lieell visiting
elativea in (In'enslinro liua returned to her
Misses llertha and KUa llorsett from Eden
lietit Saltirtlay und Sunday with their cousin
lias Emma Domett, und attended the Sun.
day school cclehralioii hero.
lr Turrsntiue, our presidinij rider, came
n and irave us a sermon on Christian
Education, .Silmliiv. The house was crowded
to lta utmost and tits speaker held the audi-
once spell-bound. Those who foiled to come
missed a treat in not honriuir this man of (lot!
plain hia mihjoct Ho won many friends
Mr II V 1'inehe
id daughter, Mi
Onndii, ure sick a
ineil to Hole.
Mr Pearl (.'tune re.ii
MisNes IllaiK lie X
i by and I 'a
i ft Mm M
head, of AHliehurn
U0 YOU Want Strength?
If von want to increase vour
. , , . , ,
m.reiigi.n you must, auu 10 aim ntw
take from the physical. In other
words, the foodthat vou eat must be
digested, assimilated and appropriat
ed by the nerves, blood and tissues
before being expelled from the in
testines. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds
to the physical. It gives strength
to and builds up strength in the
uman system. It is pleasant to the
taste and palatable, and the onlv
combination of digestuuts-that will
lgest th food and enable the syst m
to ai.propriatoall of its healthT and
Strengtn-glVing tpiallties. bold by
Standard Drug Co, Asheboio Druir
SMsion Board County Commlwlonert July 3rd
Fuller mdsc ;IC 7.1
F .larroll A Co nulse 5 10
V J I lelk steward 3 inns SO 00
Sam lleviuev trad ete 3 07
(' Shaw aiuithing 1 00
11 ixene.lv IMiol 40 00
t: Cinnford Asst. Supt 20 00
wall guard lo 00
C t 'avoncss guanl IS 00
C Shaw guard 12 00
It Smith guard
I. E llaovcr driver
'urtis lidw. Co. mdae
H l.iudley corn
t' Cos feed ,
ary-ltedding lldiv. I'u. mdse..
I.iliertv Mercantile t'o mdae
J Miller mdse 84 4i
V llolinanA Co mdse 16 6:
1 Uiushaw peas 6 7.
Edwnrda A Bronghton binding tax
l!H.'i 8 01
.Iho Itieh cleaning V 11 71
:aiiny l'ugli 1 iiayuailill ov election
I'.HM I ot
II Ifcdding lumber public mail 4 V!
o off j
"." 00 i
in no '
2ll 50 ,
M VYav 2 days settling with Shff...
H VYefcli lumber fsiblic niud
M 1 oiianl Itat taker IWfo
M Bulla Supt health Mav mid .Inne.
Thos I. Ituasell list inter I'.HIfi
D M W'ealherlv list laker ItKlo
It Curtis list laker I '."
21 00 I
TIioh L llusaell ex W li Kourns,
I I IM1
., . -.!
W M Utnianl making reltirua as list
C II Lucas lint taker I'.Mto
W (' lowdermilk liniiln-r for bridge..
E It U'ach list taker IIKIf......
Wall A Sumner lumber for bri Iges...
J .M Luther services conveying .Mm
Hurley to jail
T I Kox Med. service Small iox
B II Lassiler 1 day menilicr Peilnioli
Hoard and mileagi?
Y il V Johuaon aanie
W C Hammond same
W P Wood same
SM J-ewis lint taker l'.M)5
N M liwo same
J T Umherl name
J H ilcOhiw lunilsT for hridg
U I. White list taker
L A Finch lint taker
J J Welch bmilier for bridge
Ceo K Bulla list taker
Reg of Denis making liat for jury box
recording CS C report, expreaa etc.
J H Marley Jailor fur June
W t. llanunonu Matiur.ery for C a U
olli.-e 4 SO
J R Itcrldiug 1 day holding election
Nov l!4 I 00
Reg IWi iaa ortlers 12 III
Tito usual allowance were uude for out
aidc ;Miiper, metnlieni of tbe Uianl etc.
There fa more Catarrh In thin eeetlnn nf tbe
eoentry than all other dllwjaaes put watelher. aad
until tna lant law yean waa euppnaeil to be in.
ourubaa. For a areat many yean dnrtora pro-
reawHlldt, and by ooustatiily Kill
lux to cure wltt
local treatment, pmnouneed H Incurable,
I treat inert t. Hall'i
Wat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, aaaaulactured
by r i owner a Co.. Toledo, Ohio, u tr only
enMSMtaUonal (aire en the maiket. It la taken
u acia diirc iy oo uieiwnod and nuc, aurfaon
of tbe ayateai. They ofrnr one buurirad dollara
kw any ria. It fail! to cur. tm tor etroul
PRICE 1 CENT
Now Bells for 1 Cent, and can
be had of every dealer,
agent or newsboy at
All Subscribers iu
District of Columbia, Virginia,
JNortli anil South Carolina,
And Throughout the United States
Can (let IiikSi'N by Mail At
1 Cent A Copy.
THE SUN AT ONE CENT
Is The Cheapest High-Class
Paper In United States.
I ll E S U N ' S special correapnndonta
S,n.MI""". !Me lJn"?' r:tt.,08'.r ?
r.urois", v lima, nount .iricu, tue i nuippiiira.
' p,,rf0 t,,..,, t',,lu aI in every other part of
the world, make it the greatest newspaper
tnai can im printed.
lta Washington, und New York bureaus
are nmoii"; uio best in the United State, and
give 1 lie Sun a reader the earliest tnfonna'
tion iiKm all important events in the legisla
tive ana hnnm-ial ceutera ot tlie country.
THE FARMER'S PAPER.
THE SI'X'S mnrkct reports and commercial
column urp rmnplete and relinh, and ptit
me mrnit'r, uie nien iiatH nmt the broker
I. "nil will, the inaiki'U of Iialiiniorf, N
folk, Charleston, Nw York, ('hiraira, l'liila-
which the reader geta for one cent.
THE WOMAN'S PAPER.
THE Sl'M is the liest type of a newKpairr,
morally anil inlellrctuallV In addition to
tln neB of the day, it publishes the liest
fruluras that can lie presenteil, such as fash
ion articloa, and niiHccllaneoua writings from
men anil women, of note ami prominence. II
is an educator of the liighest character, con-
siaaily Hiiiinilatiiig to noble ideala in indivi
dual and national life.
THE SUN' is published on Sunday as well
art every other tiny ot the week.
By mail the Daily Sun, $3 a
year; including the Sunday
Bun, $4. The Sunday Sun
alone, $1 a year.
A. S. ABELL COMPANY
Publishers and Proprietors,
TOWN OF ASHEBORO.
t'luimn audited and allowed by the Board of
Ton n llotnltitssiournt of the town of Anhehom, N.
I '., iimiiiiciiciiii: May 1st, IHM, and ending May
fir W J M.mre. services In small pox
W J TeaKUc. rot-lulier liuance committee
t: A Pamidliii. same
A J Womlcll. holding election
J W Jolly, rexlmrar
J R Morris, ImldltiK election,
T J llisiver. nerviiiR an countable M
J H K.-II., woik on pump,.
W A Collin. haulliiK
K Miiflilt.sen-lcenas mayor
W' P Wood, tn-aaarer cemetery fuud.....
H Ill'audle. maklna .nit exhibit.
f ' I'ranford w1 nlrert haiiila,
J M Belt, isl street liand
I'ho Oiurler, Hib exhibit
v J Amittcld, pd ntreet hauda
OK rix. service as police
1 1 1"' Courier. iwIiiIIiir onlinanora etc.. . .
iJS Betb., ll ntnvt hiimln etc
, h II Caudle, services clerk
Hen Mclatwi II, nervlies un walchma
Juo Hammer, same
The Courier. intlm -
J M Hettn, nl ntreet hands
W H Kodaers. seivlees as indlcv,
K MofliU. hlaklnxout tax llntt
H M Bobllis. i.nihloiial services
li.iuk .if Knndolph, nl mrevt hamla
Hunk of Kiui.lolhp, mime ..-
Hank of Kaieloljili, same
K o'k of Kaudolph, name
Hank of lUlldolpll. same
tlnl!adr-l'il 11.1m . Co.. bsds etc
i J M belts, sharts'liililt tinds.
! ''""" atlllliiaGi., lunilsT,
; w ; Hammer. Sr., surveyluK
IK ihi (i K fox. services, an ilec
1 0 imi Anhetioro Woud & Inni Co.. lumber, ..
. , i J HI BetW. street work
IS INI I' A Paaipllu. U leaniii
J M Sett", po ntnet haniln.
hhulie IUKUllu,lMUbt-raud huldlUKeloc'n,
i K Kox. aervlcen an niilce etc,
A-dicboni Kleclni (.i .l.ylit-
Anliclnni RlecUle tv., lighta,
ina'au Kteel, hauling
kufun BetlM. serviiws a. fsdtce
K B Kesma, burial elpellnea Kmtllnt roti,
I M Beta, pd (tract haniU,
W H M.srtnf , p.1 ntreet hands,
WHITS OKAJIKD HCHOOl.
Ulna Laura Xuou, teacher......... .
M ins si ynt Hcartmra. teaidler.
Mum laila meed, lew'ber
Mrs M W Walker, wacner.
rrol H W Walker supettnteaoeas,
MkM Annie Tomlinsmi. teacher,
Mua Claudia Otaln. teacher,
Nathaa Burrow, isjttlnc upsbrreaeto,....
Hollady-rw Mdw. Oo, bioiw etc, .
o K fox, wood,
OU UrudrK-an, chain,
0 O Henorlcka. kvbnr of W Cbaaabem,....
HoM ranley, paliilliia
John W iidfy. carpenter work
1 t Allre.1. naklnx Seaks etc
Loula Bulla, putting up Wack bdaeae, ...
Aabebsm Courier, printing..., ,
S A Brown, oartM)ler work ,
A C McAUater.wuud,
Anh.-b.mi Luaibir A Mff. Co., monKlnaw.
Anliebara WusSa lnai Co., banok ban,..
J S Kree. wond,
Won! 4 Muring, BMlse,
McCrary tlasadiui Mdw. Co., naaka atn,..
Prof N W Walker, superinteadem.
Cain Carr, acavenger s iw f
AUaa Baldwin, aeavenger, 4 IIM
Kelly Hogan, janluw, Mm
Total for white nchoh l.ni IU
J A McKae. nupcrinteiiilenl K 75
Llule tiritluh. leaiber IM . I
.uhl eoW. tuielM I . -. .
Wood St Morlug, milae,
Anheboin lai..mr .1: Mlg. t'n., Ililnln'l. ..
A C MrAlinlci. wnud
K Homtl. mnnl
llollad-Hnil li'lw. to., un
Allan aulilwiu, .-ea linger....
Total fia uihired .vhmiln,.
W J Tcague town trcimurer
ending M.iv int. mii.
Frsm W 1 Annftel.l,
Pi-aUnl; inn. I.
W J Miller, mi
H I) Caudle, m
Kroiu w J Armlleld
riom W II Sjnnui ta
Klolll K l.odrrilllll
Kroii. H li Cauillc li
Tidal reccl.ts,. ..
Pd sundry ordem...
I, H p Caudle, clerk to the boanl of
nioucrn for the town Anhelnim. N. C .1
eeitlfv the foreuoini! to be u triieexhll.it of the
nsx'ilKs and illntiurnt-inelitn ol the lail.lie luntb,of
i fnitn May Int. 1UM,
I May Int. I'.m.V
ThU June Slh, IKI6.
11.1) UAt'liLb. Clerk.
ilidtnir. enlltle.1 Andv lsirnt
ora Hruy deceased, aKailint
stMs-l of lilll.l in Oihhn-
ciHiiit--, North t
s-hich the naid flora Hrav died nl.-.
onbuuliiBaliout tea acren. aim Is-lna fully
ieserilH-d by the title deeds, by
i. llicli nl.e held
Thin .Inne 7th. IIWA.
Nottooo Inaortod under this Koad at on
oortt a word each Insertion.
Uo to Sixmn A ldKlding for your go
They deliver in town.
Birfiins la Hsrsess, Vehicles, Etc.
Hnving drcitled to make a change in ri
ninoxs r will for the next 30 tlaya oiler
some exceptional bargaina in second band
harnesa. btiLUtiea, liacka and aurrcys. Also
an extra nice lot of horses and mules for
WANTED! Six apinnera. Six liog weav-
ra. Apply to the rranklinville Sllg. ti.,
ranklinvillr, N. V
One 4-room house on one half
acre lot, corner Smith and Hoover
streets, within 100 yards Ashe
boro Chair Factory, can be
boutrht at reasonable price by ap
plying to A. C. McAfister, Real
state Agent, rear room ova r
Oupii fat-etl Ooltl wntch. Kluin work-.. II
It S on Irark. Lilxral nwanl for return
Plaiting mill plant and maeli
near Trov, Si. I'., on tnc A .v a ny. .i
two shinilr mill oiilhts (villi 25 II P engi
and boilers. Two saw mill oiillils. For
further infuniialiou cull on or address
IIEDDINII I.I MKKK t'o.
Per Joseph A liedding Scov. A 'I'rcas ,
fi-20-4t. Milllsiro, S I'.
Seed Irish Potatoes for July
and August Planting.
This is tlie lime to plant potatoes for prolit,
making large yields of I lie very- Is'st scil for
next spring's planting and also for winter
Itiig do not In.tber tins crop a-. I lals.r
greatly lessened. We olfer first-envoi sis'il of
the lies! varieties eswially prepared for thin
crop nt reasonable prices.
. i.. Mvr.i t .
t High Point, X. ('., II. F. I). No. 2.
Lots For Sale.
For the benefit nf homo seeker.-. 1 have de
cided to sell aonie lots on my pro?rty situ
ated one mile north of AnlieUiro on the Ituu
dlonian road. Will sell four lots containing
Iwitt 3 acres each or will sell all four lots in
one tract. Two-thirds of Una land is well
timliered and in well located for building lota.
or jsiniculars applv to . W. IlltADl .
Tins June 12, can. I '!
"arm for Sale.
I oiler my Innn for sale which is l.ieutod
d quarter miles soii.-n west oi n onn
It cnnbiina 1H0 ncroa, T.'i o.n for
Ideation. Ilrniaiiider woodland. Iiood
dwelling house, tenement, Isirn ntitl out
building. Well and spring, t'ome and
the place lor yourself. L J Miijiti
liandleman, N ('.
6-14 4 t.
One 7 rtoom Dwellinc House, wiili a gixsl
wall of wabT, Iwm and other IniUinga on
one acre lot. tronting aouin rayewviiio mm
aininan St, withiu ISO jnnla of graded
JASPLIl Al JIA.N,
MAN WANTS lait linle Into Mow Inn
wants that little gissl and die very Iwst jilw
whole section to get Mtanctliing gisl
and cheap is
J. JI1UJ .1,
I have a Ira) of fine fall poialoc for scefl
hieh I will aril cheap. Hiry are very pro
active, ure eaily keiit and arc geiicrnlly
more profitable than tl.e curly crop. Will
deliver them at Asheboro.
A M HlHKfU.
Kemps Mills, N V.
with Inr-sl terrttiM-v aa aesintant 111 brain b ..fllce
Salary l" paid weekly. Permanent position. No
investment rvquiiro. aw-iipe wuw.ra. 1 c
wW. nnnrieniv not esacntlnl to CIIKBidllK. Ad.
lis,. Maaaujer Branches, aa Dearborn street.
(K) TO Hugh i Burn and get your Buggy
Tire re-act in thirty minutes.
Eight or tea good tuniliea ol cotton mill
Weama make 1 1 .25 to 1 1 .75 per day
Siannera " 75 to I AO "
Hpooksra " 1.00 to 1.20 "
Unftera " 40 to 00 "
Speeder and alt.bher 1.0ft to 1 SO "
lira wing in naooa l is to i.m
Twister in handa 1.60 to 1.7S "
Will fonuaa tramriorUUoa to mpoaatraw
familte. C. fj. KANUI.fc.MAN,
rVpt Idia notion Mills,
Olintoo, 8. a
Bone or Baok Pains, 8wollen Joints, Itching, Burning tkln
CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B.B.B. i
is ' -.L P""Tti above McturM renretent
I" Ok tMforaDd alter effect of Botnnlc Blood Bnlrafa.B.B.)
Ii- On a meet severe case of Bhciimitlim. n u no fancy
,,. alaarebut a fenulae cane. It Uilmplr woaduful the
eoea a B. B. has oa KbciaaaUca. It lavuroratea the
- II Mood, maklDt It pun and rich, aad dratroriDf Om active
1 1 1 soisoB la the blood, which cauaea Um awful srmfitoua
;u af aiwsnnilliiB.
I 'Jr. a. B. B. lunbeta tbe Joint, ffmebtens out the
:unau a panati, mtiag gnu aru aU
We have just received 50 suits of Summer Clothing at
from $8.00 to $18.00 per suit. Great values.
Nice line White and Fancy Vests, Straw Hats, ollars.
Ties, Furnishings, Etc., cheap.
The prettiest line of Low-quartered Tan Shoes ever
displayed in Asheboro. Be sure to see them.
Very truly yours,
WOOD & MORING.
Chase . Sanborn's T
Coffees the Most
HERE ARE STATISTICS TO
In the January number of "What to Eat" thoro 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, 78
White House, 25
Dutch, ' 24
Miscellaneous brands (being made up of brands any
one of which was not named morejthan 5 times) 1(f)
Total number, 374
Percentage of families prefering CHASEO A 160 per
& SANBORN'S to all other brands, VU (87 cent.
CHASE & SANBORN. i7
White House, 22
Miscellaneous brands (being made up of brands any
one of which was not named more than 5 times) 34
Total number, 169
Percentage of families prefering CHASE "5 f 100 per
& SAN HORN'S to all other
Telephone No. 7. Free Delivery.
i& JUafu Hair Renewed
I Makes the hair grow long and heavy, and keeps It soft and "lossy.1!
I Stops falling hair and cures dandruff. And It always restore 1
I color to gray hair. Sold f.ir fifty yrars. "ah's.r!.'.'Tg.C:;;1.,"'" !
I Shoes - Shoes - Shoes!
have iust received a larre quantity of
Shoes in addition to our large stock. We have
as large and as good a line as you can find in
town at prices aa low as the lowest.
Also we have a lot of Shoes and Slippers car
ried over from last season that we will sell at -
greatly reduced prices. Examine our stock be
for buying. Yours for trade,
Ridge, Fox & Co,
Take .The Courier
One Dollar Per
-eadlnf; 8jrmptom-Boa pains, idatlea o
ihooUnx ela DP aad down tba let; achtas back of
bouldei blades, swollen Jolata ot twollea Dnwdeal dtf
flcultr la moYlna around ao yoo have to M oratchest
blood this or ikln pale; ski Itches and buna; ablftlna
psloi; bad breath; sclaUca, lumbago, gout, etc Boub!3 n
Blood Bala (B.B.B.) will remove every rrmptom, flv
ln quick relief from Ihe tint dose, and B. B, B. tande a
rich, Uojllni flood of wans, rich, pure blood direct to '
tbe paralysed Derret, bones and Jolaut, rlvlof warmib
ad tuenatb hut where it at Deeded, and to lb ll way '
ouklng a perfect, luting ear of Bheumatlim hi all
weak. Inactive Kldaeya One of tbe cauaea
of Kbeumautm la due to laacdr kldaeya aad bladder.
B. B. B. uteaitheaa weak kidneys and bladder, draining
off all diseased matter aad aU uric add, ao tba una
obwi freely and saturilty.
Botanlo Blood Balm (B.B.B. I fa nleaaant -
and ealo to take. Thoroughly teated for
30 yra. Gompoaed of Pure ltotanlo In
groaients. Htrengtnena Weak Htomaehs,
eurea Dyapopata. Prico al per large boa
tie. Take oa directed. If not. eured when
right quantity la taken, money refunded.
Sample Sent Free by writing Blood Balna
Co.. Atlanta, On. lieaorlbo your troulile
and apaclal free medical advica to auiS
yoor , ala aout la ld lotMr.-
Asheboro, N. C.
and Get the News.
Year in Advance.