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The Asheboro Gouiier
PRICE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Wm. C. HAMMER. Editor.
Th election of Mr D A Touip
kini m Director in. the KquitaMe
Lift Aasurauce Society ii compli
ment to mo t worthy gentleman.
Nwi come by way of Toxsway
that tke lawyer! from the East who
recently attended the State Bar As
sociation, eaid the rumor that ex
GoTerner Aycock woold be a candi
date againet Senator Simmons was a
The longest siege of hot weather
we hare eier known, and one pecul
iarity ef this bet weather is that
net only more rain has fallen tkuu
nsual but after the thunder storms
the heat does not abate. People are
going to the mountains and to the
sea hat it is hot every where.
For those who earn small salaries
the best thing for them is in Test
Bent in a bnilding and loan asso
ciation. The great majority of peo
ple hare limited means. This class
by small weekly or monthly pay
ment can in a few years own their
own homes. Asheboro has a build
ing and loan association and we
ahonld hare a second scries issued
this snmmer. We would be glad to
see the bnilding and loan associa
tion officials interest themselves) iu
getting up a new series of stock.
Tke State penitentiary has been
managed exceedingly well for the
past two or three years. Last week
the last bale of the 1904 crop of cot'
ton was sold.
The net earnings, for last year are
more than $130,000. This is a good
showing. The State is making
money farming with convicts. Some
conatiea are paying the expenses of
their county homes by farming,
The county home in Guilford last
year more than made expenses and
furnished the convict force with
nearly fire hundred bushels of corn,
after nsing all that was necessary at
the county home. There are other
counties, besides Guilford where the
county homes are practically self
The county home tract in Han
dolph has good farming land on :
and while it might not be made self
sustaining yet it could be utilized to
cut down the expenses of the home
considerably if the commissioners
wonld undertake it.
The'Uouner would be glad to
have the teachers and those interest
ed in education write brief articles
on educational matters of interest to
the public. We would also be glad
to have brief communication!) from
our readers on the subject of "Good
So far as we know all of our eo-
ple are in favor of better schools,
and the rapid strides made in public
education but some of tbem are not
favorable to better roads. There are
number of districts in the couuty
which have voted a special tax fer
better Jpnblic schools but there is
some opposite 3 to better roads.
It is true that much of the oppo,
sition to better roads comes from
those who pay little or no taxes.
The editor of the Courier dues not
believe ia the present system of
working the roads in the county it
is better than no work and is of con
siderable benefit for awhile but it is
only temporary. We are tirnily con
vinced that every effort should be
made to have permaneiit roads at
the earliest possible day built from
an issue of bonds large enough to
be of value in having the principal
roads of the county macadamized,
To accomplish this the Courier will
in the future, nse its best efforts.
Ws would be glad to have articles
bearing on the subject of public
education and better roads butt the
article must be brief in order to in
are publication. Long article are
read by but few people.
' Eloa College is one of the best of
tM younger college ia tee couth
era States. It has steadilv grown
ia aaefalaest sad Donnlaritr with
the public The number of pupils
ha increased each year for a num
ber of years. The cellegs ha been
fortunate within the past few years
ia securing a large endowment and
si starving yoang men and women
am get aid from the loan f and of
Put L Moffitt who is sa honor
grodaatt ef Trinity toller and a
post gradaat af tfarora Uaiveruty
was recently elected president ef the
tattitatiea, Mr M cffiU taarht a
sweeaafaily ia the colleg two or
Urea years after completing his
eeane at HarranL He enters apoa
lie tlatiat as presideat of the aplkge
wi'.h rmry a?idfieo sad assnranae
of kfiUieat saoceat. Amxu
with Hr MclStt is a osrps af moat
tvpaWe awfessor ana iaetraetars.
HT PAT 1 M ! 75 hr Una) Oi
V M as mlf wort to K. liat's what yo as
! ywa e, uqmii rains.
li. It, A i.oLOW HDW. CO.
. NEWS ITEMS.
Many Items that Are Sure to
The annual Masonic picnic will
be held at Albemarle on August 8th.
The President has called Coucrees
to convene in special session Nov
Considerable damage was done to
crops, trees and fences in the viciuity
of Greensboro aud Thomasville on
Saturday afternoon of last week.
Yellow fever has broke out in
New Orleans. It came there from
Panama. There is much excitement
in the cities of the Gulf States.
Mr R D Douglass, has been elect
ed editor of the Industrial News, a
republican paper in Greensboro, the
first issue of which will be in Sep
tember. Policeman Rogers charged with
shooting John Docket y in Raleigh
ii secret assault with intent te kill
has been admitted to bail under
bond of $5,000.
Daniel S Lamont died suddenly
in New York state on Monday of
this week. He was private secretary
to Mr Cleveland during nis first
term. During Mr Cleveland's last
term he was Secretary of Wai.
Mrs M D Stout, of this city, is
visiting relatives at Cedar Falls.
Dr J B Reitzel returned Wednesday
night from Buffalo, where he attend
ed a meeting of the Select Knights.
Mis Reitzel stopped over at Alt
Vernon Springs for a few weeks.
-The infant child of Mr and Mrs
ChasT Hendricks died Thursday
morning at the residence of its par
ents on North Main Strest. 0 A
Pamnlin. of Thomasville. was here
Sunday shaking hands with bis
many friends. High Point Ledger.
The Star Chair Stock Ccnipany at
star was burned at midmgbt i lies'
day night of this week. Loss about
seven thousand dollars partially
covered by insurance. Cause of tire
unknown. U Aumau was principal
Fer Crssnsbero Ftmsls College
T?pr W M f'iiri Swrpturv mid
T t n 1
College, announces that work will
begin on the college soou.
He hones to raise $10,000 with 1
t,;b nnnmlofu lb. mllm, A "
i .: (t.fi.l. I
"'""J ",c "b' V . ? ' 7. !
room the COSt Of Whicn IS $,'JO. oome;.,..,!....,-,! MissColile is the voung lady
Randolph county men are COntribllt- I
ing. Below we print a list of those
Mr John A Youn
N C. His daughter will occupy the '
rmm this full
Mr N D Sullivan. WalkertowD, N .
C. lie expects his jraUddatlghUTSl.!,,:',. aml I MilW (inlener. The
to Occupy the room for several years
Mr B B Adams, Four Oaks, N C. ;
This room will be in memory of his ;
father and mother, Mr and Mrs
William Gaston Adam8. i
Di J W Long, Greensboro, N C.
Dr Long wishes his room to be a
memorial of bis daughter, Mary
rinp. who died in Richninnd. some
years ago. Another daughter will
J . ,, . . .
.uici lubbvurgi, vuia iaiiaiiui.ain.w ;
to take the full four years course,
Mr 0 R Cox, Cedar Falls, N C. .he Mloed so much of moraings that Alvii
This room will be a memorial of hi;"w"' !T " ,s'h' '' .
grandchild, Lucy Josephine Cox.
Mr w 11 natkins, Kamseur, M.
Mr Watkms completes the room in
ntemorv of bis datichter. rletall",' J" k" ""
W M Curtis, Greensboro, C (
This will be in memory of his wife, i
V..f W;l,f .... um. f i
b. nllr ' '
A Tribute ef Lave and fUspeet.
, , . ,
Whereas, It has pleased our
Heavenly fatner 10 remove from OUT
midst Mrs W A Bunob. one of our :
most loyal members, aud we The j
Ladies Aid and Missionary Society ;
nflluM Pohnroh bn in b,,,,,l,lu i
...I in u;. ;ii ... ir- A a Mr Hrower's old home anil his many friends
submission to His will, as He doeth an) Ull to w.e ,,;, slrH ,. M m,loi,
all things well, ! teacher in times of old and she also has a
Resolved 1st, That The Ladies' j hust of well wishers and we all would lie so
Aid aud Missionary Society of the ' R1"'1 ey would come laick here and make
MP church of Asheboro, has kt:'u;7 aB(Iahwof
one of its most constant and devout j ,.ilji(M drt irn visiting her sister, Mrs J R
memoers. Dne proved laitMUl to
(be lust, and lni ti lur nliirmn !
2nd That in her death her !
husbaad has lost a good and true
wife, her little ones a fond and de
voted mother and Asheboro a good
3rd. To the grief stricken family
we tender our heartfelt sympathy
aid trust that each member will
continue to walk by faith, so that
when they shake off this earthly
coil they, too, can arise in the like
ness of our Lord and Master.
4th. That a copy of these resolu
tions be spread upon the minutes of
The Ladies' Aid and Missionary
Society, a copy sent to the bereaved
family one to The Missionary Re
cord, one to Our Church Record,
KandOlph Bulletin, Asheboro Conner
and The Burlington News.
Mis J T Uxdebwood,
Miss Ella Hehdrickb,
Mrh W E 8wAijr,
Where are yon sick? Headache,
fonl tongneio appetite, lack energy,
Eiin in your stomach, constipation?
ollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep yon well,
35 cent. Asheboro Drug Co.
the Mtw mm sxssay
West Runttar Ham.
Oue of the delegates who attended the M
E conference end made hie home at a flood
Udie'e house ciune very near deeping until
day after to-morrow. Ilia hostess hud to
cull iu a ueighlur to wake him up, just be
fore dinner, for hie hrenkfnat.
Mr Muck .Martin who has (wen confined
to his room, sick of a fever, is convalescing.
Mr Ed I'ravou has moved into tlu Tom
Scott residence, in West Haniseur, and will
open a boarding house.
licv aim airs n i rrazier mh a
Holiuoas preacher stopping with them, lie
is a tine young man and weighs 1 pounds.
The in'irk at Meadow Spring, just inside
the corporate limits, in West Raniseur, has
hei ome tu In ouite a Donular resort for the
young people, of Sunday evenings.
AJlsses ifsio i raven aim auuiiii wcuh,
ho have lxvn visitiiiR their parents, near
rieasaut Kidgi', returned Sunday evening.
Engineer Hluir. of the Southern Hallway,
is a visitor nt iho home of his aged mother,
ra C'vutliiu Itluir, Wednesday evening.
Mr Allia Hunter, of .loueslnro, is visiting
his grandfather, Mr A I' I'lnllips.
Franklin. Ills Items.
ltev John Jordon. of Star, commenced
a protracted meeting at the Baptist church
Sumlav. Mr Jordon is an excellent preacher
and much good to the community is expected.
Some ot our iroule nttenuea courtat Asue-
boro last week.
ilev S It Turreutine T K, of the liroenlioro
district was in the city a few hours Monday.
Mr C 11 Julien and I. r renins attended
Quarterly conference of the M E church nt
Kainseur Saturday uigut.
The ice cream suiuieririveri at the academy
Saturday night hy the Ladies Aiil Society
was well attended and a nice sum was real
ized. The sociely wishes to express their
thanks to the couiinuuity for their patronage
and will endeavor to give something still
nicer next time.
Mr Dick hlhson has moved Iroru the
Ellison residence on Depot St to the Russell
bouse on Dam iiollow
Mr Albert Tinnelt. who recently resided
his position in the card room of Franklinville
iltg l.o, anil mauo an esinnueu trip wri uu
visited several cities in search of a pleasauter
place has returned and has accepted a position
ia the weave room of the same roniuny.
Mr W It Webster, of Central Falls, was in
The largest crop of wheat that has lioen
reported up to this time is Mr 11 W Jordon's
200 bushels. Mr Jordou is one of air lsl
A severe wind and rain storm passed over
this section Friday evening and did con
siderable damage to crops, titular and some
Mr D S I'ultartsoii. "f Rockingham. Iia
acceptrd the iiMtisn of carder ami spinner
for the Randolph Mfg Co smwdin. Messrs
J I. l.utlier ami W I) Maner.
yuite a niuulier of iniproieiiieiitshave Wen
made nil the aeademv Iniildiiur during vaca-
ii.ui for t ic comfort and convenience of
students and we now hnvo one of the Isv
equipped school buildings in the county.
Miss Carrie Freeman has gone to Ml Olii
where she will spend a few necks with Mi;
Misses Ada Ellison and Dora West ai
visitina friends ill HlL'll 1'oiut tins week.
Mr Wyati. of llrccnslwro, spent Friday
night with .Mr II
So mm h miini; and coming that it is hard
to tell vou all. Mr and Mrs A S I'ickett
Mism-sVora Miller and Cin-y Coble, came
home fnun Moore's Springs last Saturtlay,
who moed on the farm, some four miles east
of hew. lasi springand the out-door 1
ing after a line M lien and cluck.
and the out-door life look
,;, Jj ,
ks and she hx
to make a numls'r
Prof aii-l Mis June Ilomadav have some
young lady. Miss llnrdener, was the first tail;
to get to tlio big reck that was near Nei
Sa'set hwt faU on the Southern when
"'"' re taking place iu a,
urouniid l.ils'rtv that you don't know one da;
whent or who you will l. the next. House
' M l'v"-v ,,'w.h"""' .,'."'"',
;,.,f,. im ,.,,;,. wi,h i,ig wliistle and is
nu a fellow hy the name of Ah-ia X
aid oiu-e several vears ago when cattle all
"" ' '"ff ' iMk "k"" a"
to oet in alicrtv at one time. Alvis proferr
r) aL'.iin-t Matthew Staley s llllle
hlnck m. well, he was not ci.ictlv an ox, but
many wnisiies you jusi cn i ,
so ui.mv fmit m-c inn
go out from hci
l Smilh uml thr
and moat of thr
Inn Herla-rt. So I will
f Hob and Jack. Bob arrived
fr his companion a large grey honnd, named
Jefferson l"ais. and his noted dog was given
to him In Hr Collins, of I Villi, la. Jeffer-
"" 'I'"'" a notil dog. They say he is the
highest jumping dog in the world. Jxm liar
lieeu nrai tic im: him a little since he got home
He showed him the moon and toW Jefferson
to get thai man mid he did his best nnd when
he Tame down he had a piece of coat tail in
his mouth ami Mnitn says tneaogwasaintie
m ,r'JI11 w'" lr'P or ue "ouM k"ve "'
1 Mrs II I. Bmwer and little dagh
,eri m, Annie, are all here on a visit n
their mother, sisters and brothers. Tltis i
Snutli, Imt is mling part nt her time with
little Nathan Kime. her brother. He only
all, ,,ing ready for the Connly Sunday
School Convention which meets here on Aug,
.'trd and 4th. Not tliat alone is makina them
dies up. Miss Eillie Hurley is going to be
here and Uiat calls lor Sunday clotbea.
lack Smith ia one of oar Mayor I,
Smith's sons and no better or clever set of
vounu men ever lived in eld Randolph than
the six Smith boy. We 'all like tbem so
much, but Jack took a big notion a week or
so age to see what liuie mere is in tais woria
nf our and he nronoeed to HO to LaverDOOl.
England, and got as far as Greensboro. After
thinking over da) distance across the big
creek lie said if his folks wonld let him
lisve flour brand three times A da and allow
him to wear his white vest all the time lie
would atav and all these thing have been
added. Mis Lillian Cais, who is one of
Libert Normal Collect students, left Greens
boro on July 13th and sailed from New York
on tlie 15th for the same port that Jack
wanted to go to. We don't blame him for
I she is a lovely young lady.
I Bob Causey, the eld "War Hose" from
l.evel Cross, waa here last Haturdav Bight.
He came to take Mrs Causey home who had
been here two weeka visiting her sister, Mrs
H C Causey, and her brother, Mr A A
league, lira Causey ha swora eternal
vengeance against riding on the railroads.
She eaya it ia loo dangerous. Not Ions ago
ab wanted to are ber son, Capt Bod Henry,
and sue told the old aoldier, Boh, to hitch p
the horse to the buggy and take her to Ham
let so he did and mad the trip without a
wreck on tua train.
We are sorry to acta that Misa Fannie
Caxnawon, who had to be brought home from
Greener last week on a cot with fever, ia
Special Rates le He Sia, Art. via
The Sesboard aanowswe rate ol one imt
eJasa fsre nhia t 00 iresa all
North Carolina to Hoi rlrmaa, Ark., famta
Bpriaas. Ark. and rJdur4o Bprnac, Ha
Tiukew will be sold tret aad ssard Taeeday'a
m Jury, Aogust ana rjepsnsbsr, asm imul
eixtf days from data ol sals, bat not le ex
tend beyong Uctouer aiet.
Far information apphr 10 your
Agent or address,
C H OATHS,
Y t A, iUlstgh, M C.
Ceel Serine, tteM.
Threshing wheat ia the order of the day, in
this neighborhood, with light crops.
Misses Kl.ie and Bessie Hayes, of Bear
i reek, are visiting relatives in tneooaununity.
Mr A B Walker and daughter, Mia Mar
garet, Sient last Sunday at Mr Davis Mc-
Iteinol s, near new fsalem.
1 uesday, August 1st, has been set apart
tor cicuiiiug up uiu caurcu gruunus umi
cemetery ut this place. We hope all will
come, that can, and assist iu this much need
Cedar Falls Items.
ssrs W I Hall and W A Bain will give
an loo cream supper at Air li 11 Bum s llie
I'Odi ef July. The Franklinville string hand
will furnish the music.
Messrs W I' Hall. W A Bain. Do. Cox. u
B aud Monroe Allred iellt Saturday night nt
Mr 1, L U'onard, of Worthvillo, viient Suti-
da in town.
Mr II E Allred spent last week in Greens
Messrs M C Lackev and M B Ibll have
gone to Greeusuom wtiere tney nave accepteu
Holly Springs Itsmt.
Wheal threshing is all the go in Uii s sec
Mr II G Williams uho has been quite sicl
of fever is slowlv improving.
Mrs K W llrowii is visiting relatives am
friends in .Moore and Ilichmond counties.
Mrs W It Brown who haa been aick is mi
proving uml we hoe to see her out soon.
.Mr aurt .urs inomns ninsnaw wao iiavi
on visiting iu Indiana for the t two
lontlis will not return till luU.
Some of the fanners of this section attend
I the Fanner's Institute at Ashelnro last
Back Creek Ntwt.
The big ruin last Fridav night did much
lanuige. - - Mrs Pavid McCain is wry ill at
this writing. Misses l.ula Andrews and
Nell Clark, of Sawyersvillo, visited Misses
Mattie and Maila Bulla oue ihiv last week.
Messrs Colvin McCain and AkIi Bulla
attended the Children 'a day ut Fbenettr last
Sundae. Mr II F Bulla'has returnee home
ft-om His-h l',il. Miss Mattic Built sixnt
hist wck with friends .ind rt.latr-es nt
Edir.ir. There Will liea circuit cooTentiou
held at Charlotte on Saturday ts-foro Ijo lirst
Sunday in next month.- .(i Elias Hihbiiis
is talking of moving to G recnsWro iu the
near future, - 1 he Snuilay m-IiooI at lia s
tirove is prngressing tinelv.
Why Not Ittmt.
Bardl lull a whest crop "as raisrd, iu
t ils section, this vear.
Miss Sorepla Craven, of Trov, Inu lieiui
visiting her sister Mrs T W ljiwreucc.
Mrs 1! Spencer and daughter, Mi
Annie, of Elon College, visited here last
Mrs J A King is visiting her daughter,
Mrs Vuncaiion, ut Star.
Children's Ihiv will Is- the olli Sundav hi
Jnlv. ut ID o'clnrk.
Miss Pearl Spencer is spending soneiiine
with her brother in I'aviUson county.
Mrs Annie I.ee Beck is spending sonennie
with her sister. Mrs J A Aumau.
Mr N V Slack went to High Point hutur
Whits House llsmt.
The wheat thnishers are iu the neighlsir
hood this w eek. Wheat is better thaa ex
llie lieopie in tins vicimiv were very sorry
to learn ol the death ef Miss aeuic Luck,
risuah. who passed away July U.ud.
Mr Uoliert lwalleu and sister, Miss Liz
zie, sis'iit last Snturdsynight with theircoiisia
Miss Belle Luck.
Mr Welter Yiinrannnn ia s)iendiii a
davs with his father, Mr Tvson Vuncanui
Miss Willie Allred, who has been siiemliug
some ttmc with her sister. Mrs c 1 Luck,
nnied to Ashcltoro Monday.
tin last Monday evetiimr win e lieiomc
thresh wheat Mr Tvson unrannon caught
his hand in the inachinery and he waa injured
Mr and Mrs A II Smith spent Sunday at It
Mr. I V Cranford alio has heen on the sick
list for some time is much improved.
Mr Joe Mrllowell, of Asheboro, spent Sat
unlay night at C T lau-k's.
Mr Holrrt llenley, ol Monigisiiery county
visiting at L T Braiison'e.
Quite nunilier of our people are exiect-
ing to attend the protracted meeUngat I nion
the first Sundav in August.
Miss Sallie Branson is visiting her siter,
Mrs I'resnell, iu Ashelioro.
Rlltf't Store Items.
The heidih of this community is ven-gots!
FarnnTs iu this section are about tlircugli
work on their crops and corn looka prottii
Nmie of our people attended court at Adie
lioni last week.
Mrs Fannie Johnson, who has been 'i k
the paat week is improving.
.Mr Alex rresnel, ol Bain, who baa Hen
I in te sick (or some time, does ma improve,
we regret te say.
Misa Enie Cm, of High I'oint, is visiting
her sister. Mrs 11 1 Sheets.
Mr Walter Burrow, of Asheboro, visited
his sister, Mr I M Allred, Saturday anil Sun
Misa Betlie Allred whonowlivesattireeus
horo, is visiting st her old home but will re
turn tu fireenslsiro iu a few days.
The whistle of the threshing machine is
heard in our land, n heat crops wiU svengi
Ilev 1'uniel Surratt preached at Chanel
Hill last Sunday. Rev Led belter the regular
pastor beinu called away.
Mrs 1. 1) jtham haa returned from llicl
I'oint where she has been visiting ber son. 11
Tlie township 3. 8. convention will be held
at New Hope the 5th Sunday in July.
We are always glad to get The Courie
aud wish it much success.
The ice cream supper given by the Baraca
class Saturday night was a success and en
joyed by all.
There will be an ice cream (upper and
lawn party given by Mr J u V renn on lues
day niizht of this week in honor of Missel
Alma and Eunice Wrenn, Mary and Lena
lork, and Nellie and name npoon.
lira Erne York, af High I'oint, ia visiting
Mrs 1 L Wrenn at this place.
Master Wslter llanuuer and bia little
friend, Kdmuud tStewart, of Lynchburg, spent
Mr A C Winslow is at home from Lynch
i M IlarroU, of High Point, was in town
one day last week.
Mr J M Ncarboro nude a business trip to
Greensboro Momiay ol tnia week.
Mr A U Myrlck attended the sub-district
conference si me at r canrcn, wnwa con
vened st High Point last week.
Mr Frank Preost with hi little brothei
Alvet, made a business trip to Greensboro
Mr Ernest Vnacaaoa, of High Point, ia
spemltriff that week at the BottM of her father.
Mr W K HarrelL
Thee A Boyak and family leave her
innreaa oi una wees, aor tsmngnn, wnere
the win make stsnr tntar none.
(eft hen bast Thnradar lor Lexmgtoe, waer
thar expect In ssake their hoaoe.
K T Uroo aad hi dnuAter, Mia Uajda.
left here east batnnlaf tor HUer Ciay. Una
uork, ganfsrd and Jsuisben where ihey will
viart emue ana menea.
J A Withers epss Hsssjraas, night asslaas-
dtv at fen Mala, 8 C.
Groos ia at hosae from Mt (liked
Jean M Scarhoro, el Star, aneot Katarday
it ana suoasy in town.
Com. oi near Raresear, riaited at vke
home of MBOoiy laatswek. . .
goasa six er eight will frora her to the
Coanty & & Ooerseotiosj which a to a held
at Liberty August trd aad 4th.
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The Genuine Theo. Noel
Mother Nature's Creext Pavnacea for the Ills of
and the Ideal Pain Killer, Germ Destroyer,
Disease Banisher, Blood Vitalizer,
- Health and Strength Restorer.
I want every sick man and women to know what
Vitae Ore is? and what it will do.
First: It is a Natural Remedy taken from the
earth and prepared under the supervision of the most
Second: It is a sure remedy for all kidney and
liver troubles and that tired feeling one experiences
when these organs are out of repair The finest tonic
for Indigestion or Heartburn in the world. It will
cure chronic cases. It is sold on it's "MERITS." No
free samples are furnished as it needs but to be tried
to gain friends to advertise it.
I have the general agency for this great Remedy,
so send your orders to me and save the twelve days it
takes to come from Chicago. Send money order or
registered letter. The price is $1.00 for full 30 days
treatment Strictly guaranteed.
L H Mendenhall, Gen'l Agt,
Randleman, N. C.
Mr Caudle has tried it. See what he says:
Mr. Mrmlcuhilll, ARt
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RAILROAD, "The Scenic Line of the World."
Very low rates will be made to Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo account of The Eagles Meeting in Den
ver, August 4th to 9th; also to the Northwest on account
LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION AT PORTLAND.
Those attending the Denver Conventions who are un
able to make the far Western trip should by all means ar
range to take the trip to Salt Lake City, as this journey is
one of unsurpassed pleasure and takes you through the
most noted point of interest, such as Colorado Springs,
The Royal Gerge, Canyon of the Grand River, Glenwood
Springs, Marshall Pass, Black Canyon of the Gunnison,
etc. Another noted trip is the tour "Around the Circle" of
1,000 miles at one fare for the round trip which comprises
more noted scenery than any other similar trip in the
These trips are made more enjoyable than ever by rea
son of the new open-top observation cars operated on day
light trains during the Summer Season through the Royal
Gorge and Canyon of the Grand River.
Very liberal limits and stop over privileges will be
granted on all tickets. Write for free booklet and particu
Tars. S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A.
Thorough college course leading Jo M. A., A. II., Ph. B. and lit. B. degree.
Strong and experienced Faculty with highest university training. Good Library,
Heading llooin, laboratories, Literary Soaieties. Kxcellent Music, Art, aud Busi
ness I lejMtrtinents.
Beautiful and healthful location, 17 miles east of Greensboro, on Southern I). It.
Best moral and religious iiitluences. No hu.ing. New students met try recep
tion committees from young peoples' Christian organization connected with the
Good equipment. Another large new Dormitory, with modern conveniences to
be built this year to meet requirement of growing patronage. Kxpease unusual
ly moderate. ' r'nr catalog or further information, address
EMMETT L. MOFFITT, M A, President,
Elon College, N. C
State Normal and
Three CiHintM leadiuu to (leffrws.
FVultf nunitiem 50. itoanl, laundry, tnilioii,
year, for free-tuition MtudenU. $125. For
annual sewioo becirls ISentemlirr 21. 1105.
tuition application.- hIiouIO be u uui before
siring competent teacher ami Htenographera. for catalog and other infonnauati, aaureaa
0HAALES D. McIVER, President,
Greensboro, N. O.
Baptist University for Women.
Ii). Ionia giveu in the Arte, Science and Philoabnhjr; in Muaic in Art and
in Kxpresf ion. Courses of $tnd similar to I hose in boy collases. Recita
tion riotls, one ituur each. Kacnltv of aix nien and tvrentj-foiir wpinen,
Schoul uf Bible tuuclil lijr full graduate of Wake Forest and Newton Theo
logical &iuinarv. Thorough Husiuess Course. Kxrellent equipment fur teacn
hir Chemistry, "biology, and Physics. School of llusir, wita a ! acuity of two
men and six wnen, and unsurpassed in the Bouth. The comfort of student
looked after by a lady principal, lady physician, two matrona and nurse.
Beard, literary tuition. Heat, Ugh!, lialha. Fees for Physician, Kurae and
Library, $1(13 per session; in the Club from tSs to (5U less. No discount
to any; everyliotly pay exactly the same rates. Beliered to he the cheapest
school of its grade in the South.
For further information address
President R. T. Vann,
The design of this school Is to Us fount asan and roans;
vnetber In business, udusirtal or a nwilessssnal pur. .11.
Ws asake Hatbessatlcs, gogUa. tstlu. nvsk-keclnf and
t ean tor th dervbianent of d
I be outslned trass as doilars
Mm nu sites lor arurh Itas. Roodals will be ain enanarly. MsdaJs swardad as erwr sa
aartMnt. npeelal walnlna bar ttsse wisblnf to laseai. Heat Isfltt ansa T, MR,
for ftsrther lutorasatkas, andwai
D. WL WCATHCffLY. Prlrvoipsl,
FrfnbrTvli:, N. C.
t BCcBTInU PfeWI tr nCl BUCK ? UM
Randleman, N. C, June R, 1W.
" and find It the most wonderful Mood
Well - eauioueil Train iniz Sc hool for Teacbort.
and for una oi text bookn, etc., $1170
irareaidenU of the State. $VJ0. Fourteenth
To urcune board in the dormitoriea. all free
July Id. CorrettpondetKe invited from uioae de
Raleigh, N C.
evttea lor tbslr U work.
I Hnste s saselaH. and da an
nnnk - aUr. amallr snd anulall,.
mar aw. f isinc ssen ean Stat mom and anard
Act directly on the liver.
They cure coattipstioa,
billousar. t, tick-hetdKhe.
So!4 for mytr. i.f-
if ew.esei.ws a I. sans sswasvs.a,a.
We are in the market for you trade and are offering
Hardware at prices that will get it. We have a full line
of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Builder's Hardware, Stoves,
Ranges and Hollow Ware. We keep all kinds of tools for
the Farmer, Carpenter and everybody else.
Barbour Buggies, Nissen Wag
ons, Champion Reapers,
Mowers and Raites
We keep Window and Door Screens, Kitchen Hard
ware, Cutlery, Agate Ware, Rubber and Leather Beltings,
Steam Fittings, Packing, Wrenches and about everything
We can make you money if you will trade with us.
Lewis & Winslow Hard
Asheboro, N. C.
New Styles in.,..
Just received a car load of BIOKFORD & HUFF
MAN GRAIN DRILLS. Hardly a turner from Ran
dolph county but knows the merits of this drill. It la
fl the only positive forod feed drill made.
Kememoer also tnat we aeu genuine QEO. e. Nia
SEN wagons. They will last longer than any wagon
made. If you have not one and need one, ask yor
neighbor about it.
McCrary-Reddlng Hardware Company.
Capital Stock $30,000.00
RALE IQ rl, N. C.
Pullen Building. J
Individual Instruction. We slsn leach Bniik-soeplne;. shorthand, Penmanship, by mail. Bead for
Bane mud rates. Vi rile lode lor nir Oalaksrue. Otters aad Huh KnitoiseMearta, Taajr as fcve.
Addreaa. KINr.-a BVUlirBSS COLLEGE.
.Utah. N. CmCSiiMi .
We Sell the Earth !
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'kTg.
Armfield & Laighlii.
Real Eattvte DeeJers.
In buying a BUOOY 70a must consider four things:
Durability, Finish, Styfe and Price.
The EOCS IULL - buggies ai. tanioos unongstail
clautsee, IiTerymn eepeci&Uy,
beat pciaU and Tarnishes obtainable, and enj.ioy none but
skilled painters, thus Insuring
The style of their buggy
sign: the price is within the
pracUoe economy buy BOOS
difference in price a great big
Spring & Summer
The latest styles and patterns can al-
rr ways be seen at my place. I am show-
ing a pretty line of suits at $10, $12, and
r$15. It will pay yeu to look my line
over before purchasing.
- Aim a hir aunptmsnt nf UiTC rTT
. LARS. TIES and SHOES.
. "KEITH K0NQU0R" Shoes for men
are the best to be had. See them.
W. J. MILLER.
( CHARLOTTE, N. C
I Piedmont Itu. Bid.
for durability. They use the
the beat flnl&a,
Is ef the latest aud best de
reach ef all; and thoee who
HILL buggies; as for the little
difference is quality is assured