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. .-.KvK- who reads the news-
un U nr to kuow of the wonderful
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h Kilmer's Swatnp
I Root, the great kid
laey, liver and blad-
M It lathe great med-
real trinmph of the
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
Madder specialist, and U wonderiuny
SeeifttlWxmptly curing lame back,
TrSTtSt Jurrh of the Cudder and
BriKkt Disease, which is the worst
Wended for everything but f yon have
SSeTllver or bUdder troublelt will be
fowdfaat the remedy yon need. It has
been tested In to many ways, in nosmta'
wot k ead in private practice, and has
pVovVdSomicci-ful In every case that a
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wUchall nder.of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have PI
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell-
Me. When writing mention reading this
m.. i thin turner and send your
ft Co., Binghamton,
N. Y. The regular
citoMi anil one-
old by all good druggists. Don t make
an mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y on
Blacksmith and General
I manufacture Timber Wheels,
repair Buggies and Wagous, Shoe
Honea and do a eeneral repair bus-
ineM. Second hand buggies always
on hand at bargains.
When in Asheboro gee me. Shop
back of McDowell's livery stables.
A. M. TRKSNELL.
H. J. Burns
I happened to think a few days ago that 1
liaduot aiokeu to The Coariir, (to use a
nautical phrase) for some tune, ust aiuce lam
winter posnibly; atul now,
"AH Uic trees on all I lie lulls open tlwir
thousand leaven." 1 know I am a crude anil
curelean writer. 1 luck those classic, sympa
thies which unable many ot my iU)rs oi tne
pea tu give such elognni cxpressMon te their
Uioufihis. 1 nay this by nay ol iiilirt- for
writ ms. tunning that a lame excuse is letter
"They vo got a bran now organ ne
Agin uiy voice and vote,
For it was never my ilesire
To praise the Unl by note."
While reudinii lliotw old vena-a some nine
ago I fell into u traiu uf thought which led
me quite a aisiance in.ui iu ihuh mu.
In the liret plui-e 1 fell to arguing the ad
visabilitv of using iho organ in our diurclies.
and by organ I do not mean the grand pipe
organ, wrnan is souieiuui's jwn ui uvi't's
and withont which the service would lie al
mot a failure; but 1 have reference te these
little sipiouty affairs which 1 think some call
harmonicas; uud wlncli amount to jusl unipij
source of contention in the ilmn-ii alumni-
dav school; for strange to say ulioiit every
mlier woman ill this world wauls to perioral
upon the church orgaH, in other wonts wants
to D6 organisi.
tih! what visions of glury encncle annum
this one word organist. 1 never was able i.
understand the great honor which soetn ti
overwhelm her who calls hersell organist.
But it takes so little to make some '..n
happy; and when a lady is rendered sublime
hamiv "V twine ternieu organisi; nun .i..v-
a uiwn these little siineakv instniiucnts
(which in the majority of cases are mere in
struments of tortue to tired nerves) let her
I have seen the presiding genius in tne
unpretentious country church' whirl the stool,
nHiii.i the himn book: and hike her seat with
all the empressment with which Alexander
rodo in front of his vast armies liefore he got
to weeping"! I have pondered this matter care
fullv; and I believe of oil the lionois which
have ever been conferred upon woman this
one of being organist stand out alone. In
itself, ns tne one great ining aunvr .m
which makes the heart of woman glad. None
of the crosses of honor, not even the ic lonan
could have given any thing like the .inlouut
of pleasure t the square inch.
A laity can piay in uer wnui a. muu ...
ninif over her very sweetest variations; and
even warble the popular love ditties of the
ay, she can it she has oeen lui.roiignij
.!.. il.a ui.,,..-. rtivid in the elorinlls strains
of Soart, Meudelseokii, t hopin uud other
great masters, until her soul is tilled with the
burden ot neaiitlliu memuy; imu iicr ining t
wratit ill awe and admiration, but what is ill
this compared to playing on that little l"iir
.viavit ..roan in c ntlcU. wuicll 111 some cases
sounds little better than a g"od .lisp'scl
Krench harp, lint I snpmse there must
iet line ex n iratmu or raiuer exuiiing
ising no More a crowd of iplo and taking
die stool of honor. It makes her feel 1
n.s us if she were the musical dina.
this universe. I think this is the effect, and
itisso iim.vcitt: and neither adds nor delrai t
from anv one m the world; and when
at hist found, the sh
.oinc great ones idea
iliug up, circhii;
rs of the aclvd
imtrainen congregiii ion use
that little female f..rin at tin
...lr ,,f .ill eves. I he bassm.l
the treble quivers and treml.les, the M'daI
ha.-k even- now and thei
l,,.l. ,.r snuie old woman.
But Ortonville is brought out. we catch tin-
old time melody at last and ivilli .me lie
eft. rl throw our voice and catch at the i
U-iiiff plave.1 uiMjn the organ. Sometime'
are fortunate, sometimes not. hut thn.ugh all
this latching and turning loose ani.'i
congregation, the organist is sublimely
fcrent or unconscious, and keeps th
tenor of her way. knowing that -he
envied of .ill observers, the 'piacii w
croivued and si'eptered and when tin
songs with which our seriiif oj-mis h.i
duly rendered, and while pr-ache r am
gregation ai-e in a transiut .f bls-i
The Boyt Who Work.
Do you feel, voune follow, thitt
you have a harel time? Youi hours
are loner. Your task is hard and the
wages rather small. 1 he contents ot
your weekly pay euveiope will scarce
ly carry you over t lie wee K. Nime
tlmes von miiht wear pulrheJ tiotis-
ers m a frayed coat. Your employer
expects a great ileal mote from you.
Other fellows dress well "ml always
have money. Tlicy have coildliim
fa. hers or mothers, while you tiil
six- tlays a week to make a living.
Never niiiid, youg man. You are
way ahead ut the boy who lias every
luxury at home. You are getting ex
perience that he must got somehow
later on. lit'cittise sooner or later, he
must light the reul battle of life for
himself. Andyott have the advantage.
While life has been made easy for
hiui, he lacks the dtili and discipline
which every life soldier must go
through. You are preparing your
self. He may go in without prepara
tion and fall.
Work is a great blessing. You can
not see it now, but ouie day you
will say that you were fortunate in
your boyhood, because you were
compelled to work. Because you can
not get power to do things save 'jy
doing them. Look over the successful
men von know. Ciet their history.
Nearly every otic was compelled to
work in boyhood. They toughened
their muscles by hard work and
sharpened their wits by looking out
Work makes men. Luck usually
fails. Pluck nearly always wins. To
succeed in anything one must over
come obstacles. Force and fiber are
built up by hardships. Often they
are helps. ion will understand
this better in twenty vears. Wean
time permit one who has lived that
twenty years, or more, to advise yon
Hang onto your job until you are
sure ot a better one. liependabb
bovs tiro in demand. Aud no boy
can be depended on who does uot
tt n is li the task he sets bis hand to do
However disagreeable vour work
,lo it thoroughly. Doit better than
the average boy will do it. In that
way you will come to be known as a
dependable boy. And nuud you tins
.Men everywhere are looking tor ca
pable, honest, gritty, dependable boys
I lie sooner you let people Kaow
that you are that kind of a boy, the
sooner vou will got a better job.
And do'nt be in a hurry to give
up the work you already have. He
sure something better m ottered.
Wait awhile. Do your work well.
Promotion will come. And rlo not
envy the boy who has an easy time.
l on would much better pity him.
He has a good time now, but some
day he must "make good". With
his llabby muscles and his easy habits
and his many wauts lie stands a far
poorer chance than you. Kemeoiber
above all. ; on tig fellow, you are
making a man of voursclf. I'alatktt
A Smooth Article.
When you lind it necessary to use
buhe use Dewitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. It is i lie purest, and best for
Soies, Burns, Boils, Eczema, Blind,
Bleeding, Itching or FrotruUmg
.hs. liet the. geunlne DeiVitti
Witeh Hazel Salve. Sold by 8tmid-
d Drug Ob, Asbeboro Drug Co.
All work guaranteed as represent
ed or no charge. Prices reasonable;
workmanship the best.
Shop at old stand on Fayetteville
HUGH J. BURNS.
J. R. STEED,
Groceries and Fresh
All kinds of fresh meats
kept constantly on hand.
equal while the seini.
strange, it is ne of llie seven
world", that music i ,.f the line
flown from tune iiimicni. 'rial, s
danced uon the sea shore, .11
birds sang togclhor In hauuonv
-vf Kden; ihal this divine gilt ,!
abusi'd and managed in such a i
a continual source ol strife in th.
y that it
FOR S.M.K ll
MOKRlS-Sl'ABBOlto-Mor-'KI IT M.
SSHH"K'. N .
Rv vlrtuu of a mnr of sale eoutaine.1 lu the
Isat will aud testament of Mleajah La-lter.dec'ri
1 will sell at the. home place ol Ihe sal.t Mleajah
Laastter at tuuUo auction at 10 o'elock.a. in. on
THURSDAY, Jt'LY auth, 100ft,
to the hlshest bidder, for cash the following .In
scribed real estate to-witt
Trmet No. 1. c tiutteull tne wst -rs ut Lime s
Crei-k .!).. nilin the lau.la of J. W. Luther. K. V.
.1 ejlisu about Sa M-
sold l.v ihe said lestator aim Is i
conveniently located as to schools, church.
other uiuvi'iiiciicc and Is fairlv well ti
well watcrvl and Is good funutug Iniid and bui
good tHiildiiiRs, such as dwelling, barn, outhouses
and good veil of water.
Tract No. '.' Adjoining the lan.ll ol S. T.
Lanulilhi.,1, W. lAtiHlil u and othem cuntiiiiilug
I will be lilt
Will pay spot cash f. o. b. your
All Kinds of Furs,
Green and Dry Hides,
Beeswax, Tallow, Eggs,
WooKwashcd or un-wahcd)
We also carry a full line of Fiiuls
anil Vegetables, Banttnaii, Orange,
Lemoiid, Peiuiuls, Ktc, at ni.irki'i
prices. Write for pi ii;es.
FORSYTH flt WATKINS,
112 1'w is St. Oreensliiirn, N. ('.
inter of -ii Ic
the ft.Ho.ilni; rial e-lat..
1 Ito.nli ..II. I "III.-
Yl.ltll.ll! C.l.l.lc. .Indue H.v
beullilillix at 11
I Judge Klaus' ll .e to Judge Kiuns'
Maid. la l ..l.l.li'-- line. Illum e .11. .1.1
al.ioi: M. Oil. la t'.il. l.le's line t. . her ii.ru
limit! along M.itlldn t'otitiN 's line I
koutli's loru.'l, uiciit-e otKiiil S..UIIIH
You Need a Hat!V. W. BRADY,
You Need it Now. dealer in
1 -oil Groceries ond
Call to see his prices.
O.te mile north oiTAsheboro on
have thcin in styles and pi'.
W'e an incrlaillg our
ek, In ho ilniiin we net iho llev..
i Inive an alllnilii
led Dress N Is a
t .nut ll'sl
novel! tes t nine to see me.
Mrs. F T. Blair.
Fruit Paper Free !
i rrotlucts In the
different Murk eta,
Fntlt Trtlde M .ttw.
liiM'fw of Tire
of some. It di: with
--&AJ$i field to the mnrket.ln
clndlsa TSrtMlM. colUltos, ttsaipoittltoa. and
Ihe Soil sals la tU aa l''l'U
f.nmnlion il l erowpr nf.l, wtiptlifr ht be n
smswnrorrrofrnlensl. Freessnude roej -of the
bnt Hsnteiilioml psrer sabllsM. fully '"""'
ted. Ml.i.Mf mid lntmtlnf to tnj oiii) loelnl
itti. btisli or Tint, enn r eriinsl by sddnwOif
ThsNstlsnsI Fruit fJiowsf. St.lossh, auchljss
of sale gnuiti-.l by the
N . C . lit 1-Jn'uli.
knot In Alithonv Ki
ton vine..r l.liiclt i
lulie knot, thence l
YVrlglitV Hue. tlii-lii
IIIIIK eotltlillil. g le ;
Wiiere it ha Iwomc a Imne of conteii
and creating factions in the church. Id s
man preside. They make lietter orgai
any way and while they are just as once
in their wav, it is not uver l.hiviug organ:
love to hear a good organ when it is plaved
by skillful lingers, in fa.-t it is a necessity,
tiie singing reouire jusl this instrument to
bring out the depth uud volume of sonj; and 1
think the grand swell of the organ when
touched by the hand t.f a master, as th notes
soar aloft 'and break at last overcharged with
their own intensitv :md then gather force
again, .ulse aud ijuiver and nimble at
last like a tired child soils and uiuaus
hear the music bi
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars
The average lnau does not save to
cNcioit ten per cent of his earnings.
He must spend nine dollars in living
expensed for every dollar saved.
That being the case lie cannot be too
careful about unnecessary expenses.
Very often a few cents properly in
vested, like buying seeds for his
garden, will save several dollars out
lay later on. It is the same in buy
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoea Remedy. It cosU
but a lew cents, autl a bottle of it in
the house often saves a doctor's bill
of several dollars. For sale by Stand
ard Drug Co Asheboro Drug Co
Asliebom, V A Lnderwood Kaudle-mau.
Extremely Low Rates.
Extremely low rates are announced
via tne ooumeru nuiiwuy
point oil its lines for the following
Athens, da. Summer school, Jun
liT-July 28, 1905.
Monteagle, Tenn. Monteagle I.iMc
Training School, July 3-Aug. 15.
Monteagle, Tenn. Monteagle fun
day School Institute, July 17
Aiig. 5, i:il)5.
Monteagle, Tenn. Woman's Con
gress. Aug. 1-15; 1!05.
Nifhville, Tenn. I'eabotly College,
Suniinei Schools; Vandcrliilt H.b
lical Institute, June 14-Aug. U,
Oxford, Miss. Slimmer School,
I'niversitvof Mississijipi, .nine 14
July 2(1, int)5.
Richmond, V a. Farmers National
Congress, Sept. 12-22, lUUo.
Tuscaloosa. Ala. Summer Scluxil
for Teachers, June lb-July 2o,
Rates fur the above occasions open
to the public.
Tickets will be solil.to lliese piuiiis
from all stations on the .Southern
Detail information can be liail uii
on application Ut any Ticket Agent
of the Southern Railway, or Agents
of connecting lines, or by adilress-
R L Veiinon, J II Wooi. 1 l' A,
I' 1 A, Charlotte. Aslieville.
S II llARUWIt K, H TAVI.OK,
I'. T. M. u. r. a.
Washington, D. C.
JT chains n
old line, llu
i-loii said line 17
the Is-miuiliiic c.intnuitiiK i
slei p and
nor care not, for tiie rierfonnei
song is heard and our spirits w
aud we hear the "Choir Iniisib
"And the anthems of prais
I iiceasingly roll
And the smile of the lird
Is the feast of the soul.
L. M. FOX, M- D.
ASHEBORO, N C.
ODers Bis professional serrlcc to the
cittsena oqAibeboro and surroundlnf
eosaanmltr. Offices: At Residence-
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
1901; General Merrigold aire
of twenty-one heifers that
old at an average of $144
each. The breeding of these
is correct; prices right for
JOHN A. V0UNG,
Greenhoro, N. C.
v. II. C. MORRIS, .
v v Jeweler,
Watch. Jewelry, SpecU-
T-frrfS K7 epecialty. Work
Cvuantmd. .-, ,
All The Money in California
is not from its gold fields. Fortunes
are made from the wheat fields and
the fruit farms. Why not investi
gate the chances there? Through
train service Chicago to California,
via Chicago, Milwaukee & St l'aul
Railway, Lmon Pacific and Southern
Pacifin Line. Kate for double berth,
$7 Chicago to Han Francisco, Los
Aneeles, oanta liar bar a or Sacramen
to. Tourist folder, with complete
information, sent free on request
F A Miller, General Passenger
Agent, Chicago, or W S Howell. 381
is road way, ISew xork.
Claud Bernard, the traducer of
innocent virtue, the despoiler of
home, has tint inaee between him-
aelf and a bullet, while Dockary no
better except tbat he n younger lies
welterine in hit lecherous blood
called to account by an irate father,
driven to desperation aud madness
by the act of a man who cnea out
when caught up with, "I was uot
the tint" While the you oe women.
almost children m years, acted nn
wisely to say the least, yet wn woum
believe a word by either Bentaid -t
Dookery with reference to the virtue
CUM Net Expected to Ur froa One
Has te AMtaer, bat Cares' ky
ChMBfccrlaia's Colic, CHers aa
Roth, the little daughter of N
Dewey, of AenewvUle, Va, was
serionsly ill of cholera infantum last
summer. "We cave her np and diu
not expect her to lire from one hoar
to another, be say: I happened
to think ot Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy sr4
trot a bottle of it from the stois.. In
tire hours I saw a change for the
better. We fceta 'mer
before she had taken the half of one
small bottle she was well." " This
remedy it for sals by Standard Draff
Co Aibebffire Dnz Co, AsheboroL
Buy It Now.
Now is the time to liny Chaiiilier
n's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is certain to be needed
sooner or later aud wheu that time
couies you will need it it badly you
win need it muck Iv. linv it now.
It tnnv save life. K nrftaV liv Stand
ard Drug Co Asheboro Drug Co
Aslieuoro, n A Luderwood Uaudle-mail.
Buiinsss and Slsady Habits.
The Chicago and Alton liail read
in its recent rules for employes has
forbidden its men to visit race tracks,
dance halls or any resort where liquor
is sold or gambling permitted. Uood
service, it holds depends upon steady
habits, and both help insure public
r)y way of example, ofbcials have
quit carrying intoxicating liquors on
their private cars or entering saloons
along the line of the road. Such
consistency is bound to command re
spect among employes, if not neces
The company makes no pretense
of carrying on a moral crusade. It
hopes to live up to business princi
ples which depend upon the compe
tency and reliability ot its men
"All the things which are prohib
ited," says General Passenger Agent
Charlton, "either tend or nngt tend
permanently or temporarily to im
pair a man's mental and physical
When Unipernce and good habits
are made part of a man s earning ca
pacity he will often cultivate them
even if the loftier plesj of morality
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. r utori-Mii.l.miiitiniig iwr
1 . an Iron Uia conflmation ol nttld Mile tu wliu-h
hli h llicaUovetlinlivrlaiiUliiiiiiK l inn to Ur
Ti rm ol sale, on -tlnr.1 inii, niiL-thlr.'. In nil
.....ilu, .! tlilnl In IWL'lvt! tlKiuUis: Plir-
cllawr to gi loud witn approvca aucuniy nn
R-ar lutont trom .late ot conlinnatlon ol mild
sale; nil.' to lie rmervt! until tiie lull uayuuniol
tiie pun-luuie inouey.
nils Jiiue a, iwi.
The Sewing Miu-liine fur the hnnii
in in. iim-iI l.v wile, mothi-r. ilauuliti'
Kith, r ln-lt or I'hnin stlteli.
- i-in-iilsni and prlueK.
Domestic Sewing Ma
Newark, N. J.
ROLLER BEAR I NO.
KXKCCTOR8 NUT HE.
Havhui auallrtcd u exwuUir of II. N. Cox.
dauMir, Mccurvliiig to law, this u to notify .vll
sremtnni i saio esww k me wva .-iauui
Wth day of Juiiv ItfUborthUnolicewtll U pli-wied
to tmr of their leuivi-ry. All pymiui owing uua
Sntate air miumtvu himmtu immwnnie jmyiacuk.
June l0U.,.Wtt. is. w. bki. a,wuur.
of Ii. N. Cux, dewMuwa.
v virtu- f am order of rp-salf KrnitU'I ty Ihe
mirior Court ot Randnlph county, hi tMtai
Wnd AC tux kimI Kllfic ifillcr awairtat H H
Bmakii aud win- Annie BmokB and H N Hnn
Oilr I "hall nvll at Uiecourtliouiiudiioriii Anlie-
bora, N. tJ. M pMtncucvKnim(uoniBiiw mnnt-r
miurtmy tne mm aj oi juij, iwo n o -
1st tract. AtlioiiiliiK the laiidH of ft T Moffftt
and other. bnKiniitnf at m none on the wtt Ride
of th Kayettcvllle mad and nins wet 7 chaiiM
and 76 links to a atone, thcucewMithrtchaliuand
eiinlnttoa nwvet gum on tiie north tnk of
Richland creek, thenuv up the various courm- of
aUd t ret k !H 1- chaiun to a cedar, thence uorth
W chains and links to a Htone, thence (nt B
etuUuxarHt 78 linkH to a pine, them-e mmh l
chain and 7" Itnka to a tom, thence eat ti
ehavioH and fl Mnkn to a "tone on the west aide of
the afore! d mad, Uientv south the varlow
oouraeH of amid mad W chalna and SSlinlu to tne
bextu-ilnft contain iuf 100 mt'.nm more or vm.
nd tract, Adjoiniuir the lands of George
Spencer, Martin Amnions and othem, bftrlnutnjr
at a Make in a aurlnc kfavnln Ainmona' luie, run
niiif north chain to a pile of tttoue. formerly
a pine, Ueorfre riaenceri uorner, thence west t
chslut aad m links to a pine, thenne aoutn It
chain to t pine, thenoe aouth IB ivcn&t wunt V
chaJna and n llnka to a pine stump, thence ea
45 cbsi ns and 60 tin ti ts the beginning, oontain
Ing NS acrea more or lew.
frtl tract. Ad'tf Ifeada of inatana Moffltt and T
MolflM, beginnlni: at a puatoak sod ruuniug east
one ofe tin ts a stake, thenot awrth 4 chains and
M Uialu to s post oak, Umnws saat one chain to a
taiw. thence north I ehslns and m I links to
, uienoe wh s sbsuis so naxe in to
Ofttfnal Una. Uienes south on said line 7 chains 7
1-i links to th t beninaian. emit sin I ng out sons
Fourth tract Adjoining ths shove htssl
trw t, ihua Moffttt and others, besrianlng st a
bls-g gum and running north A ohsitH and 41
llaJn to a stake, Ussrs aass 4 chsiaw and do liakw
ts s stone, theoos north 7 chains and at links tra
strsne la Joshua Mndltt's luia, thencs wss
CMifts and s unxs to s stsxs, ssud Momttt
oss, tnenee srsaah u otasios and s7 Itnha to
sens, MoAU-s ooraer, thenot south gg U 4sn
aast 0 chai tin and lg Hnks to thg Iwgllinlng, goa
tsiiaf 10 J -8 ti res mois or less. v
itinns ot ssnssm.' u s. BArr,
TbJa Bird 4f af iana. m.
pil the BEST by tlioiisi
e per Imok aecltnn, with diroppeurnift
00 . Tom ami axa ? l.UU each.
it. Highly lini-heil in Sni.m Uuldf.n Oak.
Iiiinlini! (ilu'iis ilmn, $1.75. without W
Sent ns Aitiiih ti , fii'iulit iirejinid ilim-t from fuc-
S-nd for t'nlAli.gne Jo, 0.
THE LUNDSTR0MMF0. CO., Little Fill., N- V.
Manufacturcra ot Sectional liunkraaca anil Filing raliinels.
A liu.y .
Prtiiifa Otldta I! . ..i
ei-irle f..rt ...
n.lnev Tr.mli - i . ol
i. ln. Hieatii. M i. .1-1.
Im-kai'tiii. It's U kj
tiiiptl V por.
!n !i ; .1-1 Ion, f.Ws
i, Ktvrnvi, Impur
iiii.ain Tea in lab'
ine mads by j
iriTau Dmm Company, Madison, Wis.
ill DEN HUGGCT3 FOR SALLOW PEOPLJ
Special Tuesday Sales
With each cash purchase of one dollar on Tu:s
1 dav of each week, we Rive you a coupon for that amount
When you have gotten sixty (60) of these bring them to oui
store and we will j;ive you
SEWING MACHINE A
Dnnotl drwIvHliy tln"o wlio ml
vri limi n f0.lKJ fM-M lni; Mnrliiiio fl ir
t-0.(Kl. Tliutklml iifaiiiiu-liiiiooaii
Lie Linit'lit from tiNorntiv nfmir
dwili'M fnniiifl5.no to fis.00.
WC MAKE VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The l'Yi'il iIi-tiTinlmn tin Htrongth r
wi'itkiii'ss of HowinK Miirhlncn. Tim
Ioublo Fp(1 rmiiliiiiiil with iillu-r
Htn.iin )iiiit iiinktK the ,ew Home
tliu Uxt bvwtng Slni-lilne to buy.
WfflB forCIRCULARS STssS&S
wc ittunutavturuund rlacs bttfuifpJri'Urtslng
THfT NEW HOME SEWlNfi MACHINE CO.
JS Union Sq, N. V t'bliiuio. III., Atlanta, Ua,
St. J-oul-.M.)., l)Hllaii,Ti'x.,Hna K ranolaoo, Ual
'OR BALI T
W. W. JONES,
Asheboro, N. C
Mandsnmo Oak or Mahogany Rocker.
These Rockers sell for 10.00 each to the trade. Call
and let us show vou our full and complete line of House
furnishinjfs. ' W-rv truly yours,
Peoples House Furnishing Company,
High Point, N.'C.
LET US DO YOUR
WORK GUARANTEED h; PRICES SATISFAOTORT
by buying thii
high grade tew
MitiOTl Sewing Machine Co.
OP VALUE TO FRUIT GROWERS.
A Special Maf nine ana The Courier One
Year for $1.50.
A new ami attractive oflVr liy tin is that pf
Tho NiitioinJ Fruit Grower in comliinalion
itli Tin- Courier the two one year fur $ I ..TO.
The NalHinal Kniit Oiowr. which i mliliKh-
edat St. .loaopli and Bond .a IlHr.r, Mi.-h., in
a ttoiilkly tlovotrd to tlio milijmt ui fruit
growing wiuuu i. ibhiuw "n" '"v
The Tariooa topi are diacnaaed I it apocial-
iata, and it ta inralualile V1 every fruit
You mav furwanl votir money for tlitai
bination offer to The National Vniil Ci rower
or to tkia paper.
HAVE YOU INDIOESnON.
Rovd'a arbon Albumen Tab
let Pure Ciirbon of Albumen a
DoaitiTe enra for inaiiraBtioii, ayipep-
sis, constipatiou, hetnlnche or sour
stomach from over eating or drink
ing; $50 if they don't. 29 centa a
If jour dniggut dosen'i have them
end direct to
708 Rand McNalljr Cldf..
Opportunities in California
The trade in the Orient is opening up.
Our exports to Japan and China multiplied
during the last year.
There will soon be a tremendous increase in
the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far
Big opportunities for the man who lives there.
Why not look the field over?
Only $62.50, Chicago to San Francisco or Los
Angeles and return, May 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
29, 30, 31, June i.August 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
and 14, 1905. Tickets good for return for 90 days.
Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour- .
ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Santa Barbara, and many other points
in California, only. $7. Through train service. from
Union Passenger Station, Chicago, via the
Chicago. Milwaukee & St; Paul,
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Lino
This is the route of The Overland Limited, leaving Union
Passenger Station, Chicago, 6.o p. m., and The California
Express at jo. 25 p. tn. The California Express carries tourist
sleeping cars to California every day. Both trains carry
through standard sleepers.
Caaaplat bfonaatioa taut free
on receipt ot coupos with blaok
W. 6. HOWELL,
Oaal Eut.ni Af cat, jl roadw.r,
MBW VORK CITY,
P. A. MILLER,
Oaaaaal r ,
. , 1 . CHICaOO,
I. ii.".nian, N. Q.
J W A v o uer food Kandjemau. S r