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The Asheboro Courier,
Asheboro, N. 0., July 37, 1905.
Arrival and Departure of
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Local and Personal.
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Mrs T T Fefrte is quite sick.
Mr Eli Yeargan, of Mechanic, was
to town Monday.
Miss Rosa Spencer ia at Jackson
Springs this week.
Mr J C Cox who baa been quite
lick is improving.
Post Muter Pickett, of Liberty,
was jn town Monday.
Mill Hattie Betta ii visiting her
brother Mr Kntns Betta.
Dr J B Bhainburger, of Star, wfcs
ia Asheboro Xnesday.
W J Adams, of Carthage is at
tending court tbn week.
Mr J Ed Cole, of Coleridge, has
been here this week.
Missel Lula and Bert Steed were
hem last week with relatives.
Messrs Ernest Leach and B Au'
man, of Star, were here Tuesday,
Born to Mr and Mrs T H Bedding
on July 20 1905, a beautiful baby
Capt A J Burns is improving
and expects to be out in week or
Mr Fletbher Cox, of Cedar Falls,
was here on buiiness the first of the
Miss Mary Rose, of Concord, is
visiting Miss Or May Cox at Arch-
Mrs Hannah Betts O'Brien and
children of Maxton, are here visiting
Mrs A R Shaw and little son are
spending tome time with Mrs David
Mr apd Mrs H LBrower and
daughter have returned from Lib
erty. Miai Maggie Moffitt, of Wilming
ton ia visiting her annt Mrs M A
Superior court is still in session,
and will continue so the remainder
of the week.
The street committee should cer
tainly look after the bad condition
of the streets.
Mri Robert Davis, of Elise, has
been visiting her sister Mrs Eli
Mrs John A Wright and daughter
Miss Ollie, of Lexington are visiting
relatives in town.
Miss Minnie Hall, of Elise, Moore
county, is spending some time here
Messrs 8 Bryant and S O Newlin,
of Raodleman, were in ton tho first
of the week.
Then will be Children's Day ex
ercise at New Union next Sunday,
beginning at 10:00.
Mr and Mrs J Btanback Lewis
have recently moved in their new
bom on Sunset avepue.
Mr Gay Fox has accepted a posi
tion in the cold drink department of
Messra Spoon & Redding.
Misses' Nellie and Mabel Spoon
went to Worthville to join a party
of little girls at Mr J M Wrenn'i.
W A Coffin, the laundry agent
request us to announce that after
this, laundry will be sent on Tuesday.
There were fourteen High Point
nil on the train Saturday going
ackson Spjingi to ipend Sunday.
Rev Mr Swain and daughter, Miss
Lynetto, went up to High Point last
Thursday returning home Tuesday.
Miss May MoAlister left last
Thursday for Spray where the goes
to visit her brother Mr James ilo-Alistor.
Mrs Worth and family and Mr
Mrs OO MoAliiter have retained
from two weeks trip to the sea
Messrs W P Wood, C 0 MoAlister,
T 0 Worth and Fletcher Cox of
Cedar Falls spent Sunday at Jackson
Mr Fletcher Barbae, who has
bought an interest in the High Point
Ledger fas on the passenger train
Thursday going to Jackson Springs.
Mrs Emmett Moffitt and sister,
Miaa Rhodes, leave to-day for
(Virginia. Mrs Moffitt will spend
soma tun there and will then ' go to
Elon College. '
The plaoe of the Friends Yearly
Meeting ha been changed from
! Hich Point to Guilford Colleire.
I The date of the meeting this year is
: August out. ,
I The Sunday School Oonventioa of
Richland circuit and Asheboro atsv
s lion, M P church, will bo held at
Charlotte, four miles west of Ashe
boro, August 5th, at 11 o'clock.
i Attention is called to the ad of
1 K O York 8tore Co, Central Falls.
Wheat in need of anything in their
una can on tbem. Tney can j a lull
r line of goods and are offering speoiul
f Dargauia lor toe next 90 (la vs.
i Lawvers attending court last week
i were Col Morehead, of. Gruetuborc,
j Messrs J K piair, UUH BatboMs
I J B YA.1 m9 Wm p im est c:t
t -! a r'", st tt BMCr,
, of Ei'er City, Lot W Humphrey, of
S Charlotte and Major H A . London,
i or J,Uboro,
Miss Bessie Ashworth, whose visit
to her old home in Cedar drove
township, was noted in last weeks
issue, returned to Kichmoiid, Vu.
Mr J C Davis home on Sunset
avenue is Bearing completion,
A correspondent writes us that
Ar'adge King living just across the
KandolDb line in Montcomerv
critically ill with typhoid fever.
Promrtt treatment of a, alichfc at
tack of Diarrhoea will often prevent
a serious sickness. The best known
Remedy in Dr tk th Arnold's Balsam
Your apothecary W A Underwood
warrants it to give satisfaction.
Mr M Hammond who has been
here foi the past fw months, sup
erintemling the erection of the new
dwelliiu' of his sun, Clerk Hammond
goes to High Point the first of next
week, where be will remain for some
Charles Hamlin, son of Mr and
Mrs W K Hamlin, of Central Fall
who had an operation performed
some time ago for apendicitis is
very much better. This in the
second son of Mr Hamlin to be so
afflicted within the past six months.
The health officer should be active
these days inspecting back lots and
alleys and see that they are put in
tnorougn sanitary condition. .Lime
or oopperaa water should be used
ireoiy in oraer mat we neaun record
ol the town may be kept up.
Mr J T Winalow has purchased
rroin Mr u a McUrary bis borne on
Fayetteville street. Mr McCrary
has purchased from 1'rof E h Mot-
fit his residence on Main street.
Both are handsome residences and
good round prices were paid for
Mr Hendrix Skeen who has been
clerk in the store of W J Miller,
on Main street, for some time hue
resigned and will go to Georgia next
week where he will encage in busi
ness. Mr John Bust, who has been
with Spoou St Reildinir. will take his
The next time you patronize a
soda fountain try Pepsi-Cola uuil,
uur wuru lor ii, you win do aenirni-
ed with its flavor and hunpy with tho
good feel in it it nroducea. It is fine.
Not injurious either. 6c at all soda
The Courier received a nlcasan
call this week from Mr H G Whita-
ker, of Pilot Mountain. Mr Whita-
ker has recently purchased a farm
on Deep River and will move bis
family to it in the near future and
expects to make Randolph his home.
Not a cent wanted, unless you are
cureu. ii you are sick and ailintr.
take Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
great blessing to the numnn famil v.
Makes you well keeps you well.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Asheboro
Mr Evans Bowden, of Randleman,
was in town for a short while last
Monday saying rood bye to his
friends. Mr Bowdon coca to New
York to enter school and expects to
make that plaoe his home in the
Mr A E Lewis, the mail carrier on
rural mail loute No 8 out of Liberty,
while attempting to cross Black
branch near the home of Mr G M
Amick, near Kimesville, was carried
ltb Iiis buggy two hundred yards
down the swollen stream before he
effected a landing. Mr Lewis lost
all his undelivered mail but recover
ed most of it later.
Mr Tysor Vuncanon while thresh
ing wheat last Monday, south of
Asheboro, was painfully but not
seriously hnrt by getting his fingers
gut in tne cnain gearing oi cue
machine. Mr Vuncanon came here
and Dr Moore dressed his injured
fingers and according to last reports
was getting along an right.
Yonr attention is called to the
advertisement of Vitae Ore in
another column. This is a standard
preparation, too well known to need
y commendation from us. Mr
D Mendenball, of Randleman. has
secured the general acencv for this
section and will supply your wants
without the trouble and delay of
sending to the home office.
Mr M L Davis has the contract
for erecting the large new brick
building which is to be erected be-
on d the southern railway station.
bis building is 03x3U feet and is
to cost $6,000. The first floor ii to
be need by the Lexington Grocery
company and the second floor is to
have a town hall 60x60 feet and
Miss Whitfield entertained tne
young ladies Book Club at the home
of her sister, Mrs W C Hammond.
on Academy street last Friday. The
roung lauies were studying the
Portland Fair and Miss Whitfield
gave a prize which was a beautiful
picture of oocajawea, the Indian girl
who piloted Captains Meriwether
Lewis and William Clark across the
luins and beyond the Rocky moun
tains to Oregon, to the young lady
who made the greatest number of
words from the word Exposition."
Miss Agues Monng was the success-
nil young lady. Delicious refresh
ments were served.
Not only poor men but men of
mean invest in building and loan
associations. . Asheboro s building
and loan association ha enabled
many citizen of Asheboro to own
their own houses, at practically the
coat of rent and in some instances
less than the cost of rent Let our
building and loan associations open
the books for a new series of stock
and make an active canvass for
H A Williams & Bro, who have
been threshing wheat in the. neigh
borhood of Central Falls had quite
serious runaway while operating
their machine at Mr Cicero Bean's,
at Central Falls, last Monday. One
f the mules hiUhed to the horse
power became frightened and at
tempted to tun when the whole lot
of hone and mule stampeded and
wrecked the whole outflt. Xb gin
was torn all to piece and the horse
power badly damaged. Fortunately
noon wai Killed, but Mr W u
Stevenson was hurt, how badly we
unable to learn. One of the- mules
was hurt but not seriously. The
Messra .Williams will buy new
machinery at oooe and expect to be
at work again In a day or two.
At the residence of Capt and Mrs
C C Martin, Biscoe, N. C, Thurs
day evening July 20th, Mr Albert
M Oglcsby and Miss Bert Vuucan
non. Rev W R Royal, of Troy, offi
ciating. We wish the happy couple
long and happy livqg.
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 Cut out
this advertisement and send, together with sc. stamp, to R. J.
Reynolds Tobacco Co.,Winaton-8alam, N.C.and they will mail free
a 5c sample of this tobacco. Writ your nam and address plainly.
Card ol Thanks.
Mr and Mrs W R Hamlin. f
Central Falls, desire to express thro'
The Courier their thanks and ap
preciation for the many kindnesses
3hown them during the recent ser
ious illness of their son.
Narking the Roads.
The people are getting very much
out of patience about the roads. It
is the duty of the magistrates to
meet the first Saturday in August
ana iook otter condition of the pub
lic roads and where the roads are
not in good condition and the over
seers have failed to work six full
days of ten hours, it is the duty of
eacn anu every one of tho magis
trates to swear out a warrant for the
overseers who have not so worked
A failure try the magistrate to look
after the roads and duties of the
overseers makes them liable to in
dictment for malfeasance in office.
A Farmer's Institute was hold
here last Friday. There were about
two hundred farmers present. A
umber of prominent speakers ad
dressed the body and considerable
interest was manifested and mach
District Cenfsrsnc at Ramssur.
The district conference of the
Greensboro district convened at
Ramseur on Thursday of last week
and continued for two days. RevDr
a is lurrentine, presiding elder,
presided during the sessions of the
conference. Rev J A Bowles of
Greensboro was made
with Rev G F Kiiby of High Point
as assistant. Out of the 110 mem
bers 76 were present on the opening
day. The reports showed the dis
trict to be in a splendid spiritual and
financial condition and during the
year a great many revivals have been
held and many accessions made to
e me memoersnip oi tne cnurcli rolls,
Good Contractor and Bolld.r. Delegates and alternates to the
xi. m ir., j . i I annual Western North Carolina
vuiuacuur, wuiuu uiei'lB at rrest
Market Street M E church, Greens'
has completed a handsome new cot
tage on Academy street for his son,
r W U Hammond, Clerk of the
Superior Court. The building is
handsome in design and elegant in
finish. The dwelling has six rooms
on first floor, two rooms in cellar
and two rooms in the attic. The
boro, November 8th next, were elect
ed as follows:
Delegates I F Craven of Ram
seur, WO Bradshaw, of High Point,
tr ii it luiHuiauij, oi iiciusviue, J A
Odell, of Greensboro.
dwelling is completed m the best of U ""XT J u rTT .
workmanship. VThe papering is as ?.'n8bo.ro. and frank Qor,ey of
Asheboro was selected as the meet
ing place for the conference next
summer. Other places inviting the
workmanship. The papering is as
ne as we ever saw. Mr Hammond
superintended the construction and
the papering as well. The con
veniences of the house are among
the principal features to be commended.
Mr Hammond will go to High
Point this week where be goes to
build a flue residence for Mr and
Mrs J W Ingram, of Wheatmore,
Mil Linbrry to Wsd.
A wedding which will be of in
terest ta a number of Salisburians is
the marriage of Miss Alice Lineberry,
Kandleman, M. (J., to Joseph L.
Snrger, of Atlanta, Ga, The mar
riage will take place at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Geo. Pool, at
415 Whittake street, Savanah, Ga,to-
morrow morning at 10 o clock.
Miss Lineberry is an unusually
pretty girl of the striking blonde
type and will be especially pretty in
a sown of white libertv satin and
carrying a bouquet of bride's rose.
Mrs fool will be matron of honor
and also be gowued in white silk
mull, lbr color scheme will be
green aud white.
Mr Burger is a prominent young
business man of Atlanta. Miss
Lineberry is well known here where
she has a number of friends. She
visited her sister Mrs. Pool a num
ber of times while the latter lived
here. The wedding will be simple
but pretty and only a few intimate
friends will be invited. Dr. U. U.
Chester, of the Wesley Monumental
church, will officiate. Tho young
couple will spend their honeymoon
Tybee Island Beach aud will be
a home after August 1st in Atlanta,
where Mr. Snrger has buines inter
ests. Salisbury Evening Poet.
Beautify yonr complexion with
little cost. If yon .wish smooth,
olenn, omw-lik complexion, rosy
uhJts, laughing eyes, take Hollia-
tera iiooky Uooataia Tea, greatest
eeauuner mown, oo cent. -Ashe
boro Drug Co.
There Is more Catarrh In this aeetlon ol the
remedies, and by ootl.tiuilly lailins to cure with
local treatment, rnmoimoed incurable.
wen eatarrh to be a cotutitutloual
therefore icoulraii miutltutimial
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cufe. niauufaoturad
conference were Trinity and Wash
ington Stree M E church of High
During the conference sermons
were preached by Rev Dr G F Kirby
of High Point, Rev DrG H Detwiler,
Rev P J Carraway, Rev Harold
Turner, of Greensboro, and Rev W
M Bagby, of High Point. Rev Ira
rwin of ureensboro, delivered an
address on the "Epworth League,"
Mr John A Young of Greensboro
spoke on "Missions," and Rev O H
Crowell of High Point, addressed
the conference on '-Home Depart
ment, Cradle Roll and liuraca.
The following resolutions were
passed by the conference which
We rejoice in the fact that the
state by statute law is coming to
the position of the church on the
great temperance question. We con
gratulate the Christian citizenship
of our commonwealth, and especially
mat section emoracea witnin the
bounds of the Greensboro District,
upon the wonderful success which
they have achieved in their efforts to
suppress the legalized liquor traffic.
we record our gcoteful apprecia
tion of those secular papers which
nave stood nobly by us in this fight.
and th vigilance of our public
officials iu their efforts to enforce
our prohibition laws. We pledge
them our sympathy and support in
luen coin nenua Die worn.
We urge all our people to use their
influence in securing men for official
positions who are in hearty sympathy
with our prohibition laws and lie.
lieve it possible to enforce the same.
We recommend that systematic
temperance iastrnction be given in
Lour Sunday schools and day schools,
ana that our preachers preach on the
subject a often as practicable.
U 11 Iieland, Chairman.
Ira Ebwin, Secretary.
Central Fall Hists.
(juit a storm cloud paaaed ovi-r Uus arc
tiun Inst Friday evening after aunUown. doing
consider hie damage; washing Uutd, breaking
(rait trees, blowinu down lars trees bmuden
ike damage to growing corn. Im of corn
was broken down and some washed up b)
0 roots, but no damage by tb haiL
The Hamilton boys had a partial reunion
last week, Uwtins until this week, at the
home of their father, i F Hamilton, who lives
near Central Falls. All xceot two mat and
had a very plea nam time. The old man can
boast of seven full grown, healthv bnva. all
doing well and filling important plarea in
cotton milling, the railroad, the navy and
one ra the mercantile Business. Thar will
all bs aMe to vote in the next election, if
nothing happsna to proven!.
no iipecw news in wis section. Wheal
At Biscoe, N C, Sunday morniug
July 23rd, the six months old
child of Mr and Mrs C S Wilson.
The remains were buried at Aber
deen Monday afternoou.
Near Pisgah July 22nd, 1905,
Miss Nettie Luck, of typhoid fever,
seed about 20 years, a daughter of
Mr and Mrs Luck,
Mrs f E Vickcry, widow of the
lute W B Vickery, of Providence
township, died at her home on la?t
Sunday at an advanced ag.
Robert Outland Brit tain, the little
one-year-old son of Mr and Mrs John
T Brittain died on the 15th. Robert
was a bright attractive baby and we
aeepiy sympatnize with the bereaved
parent and family.
Notices Inaartod undo tKh haael at a
osnt a warst oaoh Insatttaai.
We ofTer fnr the next thirty days some
special inducements in Buggies, Hurnetts, etc.
Mi C MARY - R KDI )1 NO HARDWARE CO.
ANY YOl'NC LADY who desires work in
her community with which to make some
money to help defray her expenses at College
uiuy inquire oi uus omce.
Bon or Back Pains, wellon Joints, Itching, Burning tkltl
CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B.B.B.
W MTROODON has full line of groceries
and will shortly add Dry goods and Notions
at his store, at the Glasgow place, 3 miles
south ol Uedar f alia.
WANTED! Six spinners. Six bag
Frsnklinville, N. C
era. Apply to the Kranklinville Mfg. Co,
One 4-room house on one half
acre lot, corner Smith and Hoover
streets, within 100 yards Ashe
boro Chair Factory, can be
bouzht at reasonable price by ap
plying to A. (J. McAlister, Real
state Agent, rear room over
ANY RELIABLE YOUNU MAN or ly
who wishes to make some money in Im
community to help in payment of board anil
tuition at ocnooi may inquire ut mis oiuce.
Corn in this section is lookina fine.
Miss Domett, of Eden, and Misb Mt-Kinnon,
of Wndeville, are visiting Misses Enuim and
Miss Hellen Newbold, of Concord, has lieen
elected assistant teacher of Farmer Institute
and M as Mclntvnt will failtn rlmr nf th
music nna an department.
Mr Frank Plummer visited at Mr and Mrs
J O K earns Sundav.
Several of our young people attended the
opening sermon of the protracted meeting at
Talior Sundav. The protracted meeting at
tins place beginB the first Sunday in August.
Mr Clov Johnson left Saturday for LiTiertv
where he will accint a noMitinh with liin
brother in a chair factory. Clny is a good
- anu we wmli aim much success.
Ir E A Steed and son who have been
liauluur fer E h Ijssitor in Moore county.
returned heme Friday.
Miss May Kennett, of Concord. Miss Dixie
Tjatuh, of Liicamu, nud Miss Inez Lowe, of
High Point, are visiting Miss Daisy Usliorne.
.ilr Jesse acarnoro, ol Mar, spent Sundav
The Ladies' Aid .Society of the M P church
rill give an ice cream supi-er on th hwn at
.Mr J I', n illismson s next nuturday night.
-Mrs mil lorn anu cluldren Have lieen
lending a few days with Mrs York's sister,
rs J L Wrenn.
A large crowd assembled at the river Sun-
luy afternoou to witness the hautism ef Mrs
Sallie Barker uud Miss Pearl Leonard. Rev
V H El lor, the paster, sminiatered the rile.
ne leurn that the families of Messrs Ihos
loyals and R M Holt will leave fur Lexing
ton this week.
One full-blooded Jersey milch cow. F
further particular call on Dku-iiina lliu..
Asheboro, N C.
Bartains ia Harnett, Vehicle!, Etc.
Having decided to make a change in our
business we will for the next 30 day offer
some exceptional bargains in secona sand
harness, buggies, hacks and surreys. Also
an extra nice lot of horses and mules for sale
One 7 Room Dwelling House, with a good
welt of water. Itarn end other buildings on
one acre lot, fronting South Fayetteville and
Wainman Sts, within 150 yards of graded
tf South Asheboro.
MAN WANTS but little here below but
wanta tliat little good and the very best place
in this whole section to get something good
and cueap is
J. AUMA.V S,
tf South Asheboro.
WANTED By Chfcaso Hsnufsuturins House.
Demon oi trunvnnruness sna sonewnai ismuiai
with local territory ss ssalatant In brausa office
Lmenf reoulred. Bnaltiaw establlahed. Pre.
vlnua eznttrienoe not essential to enssslnr. Ad
dress. Msiuujer Branches, US Dearborn street,
WE HAVETHE BEST drove spok wagon
made for farm and lumber hauliag in the J 1
Nissen patent drove spokes. No shoulders
ts crack and lion in the bubs: it costs a
much and no more than other wagons. Call
and see our wugoDS.
LEWIS A WINSLOW HOW. CO.
WANTED 23 or 30 teams to haul lumber
from the C A uncannon mill.
4t E. It. MORRIS.
Nwi Talc from Rssdltmtn Timet.
Miss Hattie Burgess left on the
noon train Saturday for Burlington di, i ij this
to nurse her sister Bertha, who nas;l0iJuvera.',J m "
On July 19, at the residence of J
A Wall, the officiatine Justice, So
phia, N C, Mr Marvin Dicks of R
K I) ISO l. Kanuleinau. and Miss
Dora Hill, daughter of our towns
man, J a. Mill, oi Naomi were unit
ed in wedlock. The couple left on
the noon train Wednesday, tne ZUtn,
foj their new home in Greensboro.
Mr J C Curry, owner of the Can-
da o-old mine and oronrietor of the
Jackson 8prings Hotel, came to town
last friday to eognge the Randleman
String Band to play at the Springs
for one Week. Unfortunately, tne
leader of the band, Mr A B Caudle,
was ill, and Mr Curry could not ac
complish his desire. He offered to
plank down all the cash they want
ed, but without theii leader the band
would not risk its reputation for
four times the cash. Mr Curry ar
ranged that when Mr Caudle recov
ers, he shall have the band at the
Springs for at least a week. He
had heard them recently, when they
played at the commencement at Star.
WHY IH'Y cheati Paint, when you can
Slag Paint, the hishest duality paint mi
We sell a gallon ef Stag Semi-Vast Paint fer
91.7.r. We sell a Ballon of Pure unseed
Oil for 60c. mix the two together and you
have two gallons of the best paint on earth for
?2.:i5 or 91.17 1-2 per gallon.
Card f Thank.
We desire to thank the kind peo
ple of Asheboro through the col-
mns of The Courier for their many
kindnesses during the sickness and
subsequent death of our little son
Mb and Mits Jko TBbittais.
THE BEST LINE of Buggies that has
market, bpecial prices
LEWIS A WINSLOW HDW. CO.
Mill Help Wanted
kind, including Picker tender. Crtl hftnUs,
Knoeder handA. ttialnners. Doftera. HDOoler. Ac.
Night hands will be required to work only fire
night per week and will be paid lor ill. Ffttnl-
or call in
Mi l No l worthTllle.
WORTH MANUFACTURIM, CO.
WorthTllle, N C.
July 10th 1005.
All haudd will be glren their choi
on aay, or nigni time, v nic mi
perwm at main omce,
or NORTH CAROLINA.
Head of the State's Educational
mt the IKCtainU ; alw KITtttfl aaa WttttiCT.
Lecture Htlla, LabertMrfe. Hetalfal m DUpta'
rln aaplr eeuipr. fw wccm(1 iMcaiai.
tmntr Teasraera. Nigh record Meet Ititt earste.
Library contains 43.000 volumes. New
water works, electric lights, central heat
iug system. New dormitories, gym
nasium. Y M C A building.
667 Students 66 Instructors
The Fall term begins Sept 11, 1905.
Francis P. Venable. President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
DR. F. A. HENLEY,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
In the best hotels.
kii the best dubs.
in the best families in
Si being urnd. We brine
it to you la soda water form,
anal it is ccrtarnfy a hipi,
satttfyinp drink of Peaches.
TAR. N. C.
N itrous Osi and Oxygeu for paiuless Kl
Irastions Offices First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
W. D. 8TEDMAN & CO.
Heavy nd F&tcy Groceries.
Depot Bt West Bide Railroad.
' II Par ts AsvsrtiM.
Onoe in awhile the newspaper
man conies across something like a i boast ol
iKiis.vcsijiuiu. xuc auujumeu
letter explains itself.
Randleman, N C, July 25 1905.
P1aa diafyrt.inii mv mA anil unil
me bill. 1 hare sold oat, and conld , BJl"g b bout or"' ikOK"'g h&
sell anotner one, ana now l know "it n having too much rain to uit, but
pars to advertise." j feel very stuck resigned to aoosra with
V err ITU ljr. . ujanisnsnaa.
i ' .f 'tionofOod. J. F. H.
R L IlesUm and wile i
Clsndla Uealoa to J G Miller e
of January rasa, which nurt kv dcrd 1. ronrlrd
I ol Keauter ol ueeo. w Kandol4i
too lis rave las, the onderalfned
nubile eurtlna to the htrhmt bidder
the eoort biiUNe door In ABtielMtn M C
oo 8atusaav the Stth day ol Auaust less, at U
o'clock bl the followln described real sstatet
A Umet of lan4 In Handolia count se M
North Carolina, la ashemm tssmaip.
t iMwianlna at s stone Moonl comer
on tlie Baluburr road, thence slcua ssU road
nearlr west H feet to s slooe comar of lot No 4At
theut'e on Una of lot Ho 4ft nearly nut J4 feet
o s stone Mhb Yews and Bills corner (haswe
eart on Vow. line 107 leet 10 Moatf Bnanl
eoraer; thence on Hrvhu't una aaarly north to
ths baftnolna eontoinlnc one hall i!tf) acre
nrc or lew. beuuj lot tin la plot Hoov ar
THE HOKtn CAROLINA
College of Agriculture
AND MECHANIC AITS
Offers practical industrial
education in Agriculture,
Chemistry, and the Textile
Art Tuition $30 a year.
Board $3 a month. 120
Wsat IWeig-h, N. O
Thm Is H,..Ti,. stove nomt nmmm
Ox befor. aadtfut effect of Botule tlaat saalUJj
KniaaMdUnutla, k M asfutw
Slmitr but teauln. , S M Msirir eaeliifsfta.
street S. he. ea IbeuattlQa. It lavlawMal dM
MaoS, MeJtl n aur. bsS richtn aeitnrnuj Om settee
olKa la the bkno, wUck sasw las tsfal liari I
at Rhetmian. '
' B. B. B. Ilabeis the tMata, sluliWea. M 0M
Beat back sod letas a Seefecl, leeile aae afus SU
Lsadlaa; SymptoBifSoeM aalaa. ilium at
hotuni miss a lad an the haa acMa ssek ea
itosMei Uedes, swelfca ym at swmieai anadeai at.
Seehy la atovta srasadu you here to an snaeaeaj
Meed Ihio or .klo atle; ifcla hches sad bums! aelftlsaj
pelaei bed breath; idatles, Imstogo. isvl. etc. Bounie
Blood Elba (B.B.B.) will enaov erery nyMa, dv
In quick relief t ion ths Km dote, sal a. . B. leodi a
rlch,Un-llne aood of were,, rich, aura stood ahea hi
the yeislysed aerree, boaes aad lohrts. irelof waiauh
sad matt hnt when K k) aeeded. sad la BUS w9
aMaf a perteot, lantaf can at IbiamillMs la sa
Week, laaeSv KldaT.-ejas at ate n nil
at tbeuaunaa Is Sue to lascavs alasm aad UaeSee.
1.1.1. aaeanheal weak Uteey. end bl.iMe,. dwusla)
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Maals muv SUlm (B.B.B.) :
i aaa t take. " Tkroa(gly
yrs. Casaasadl mt Tmrm B
dBiwe Pveaiaaisla. r rlee ail b lemra Mt
th. Tata m dlr.eted. If mm earej wheha
rtakt asaelUtv la akea, mmmj aafssHea.
aaasuyl Ssa Am hr wi4lBr iUaod Bklaa
C... AtlMBB, Ok. Ileerrlha saSr IresUf.
aad iMlel Bra aaadleelaJviea ba akik
rr caaa, alH'HM la afam kmtuts
High Art Clothing:!
We have just received 60 suits of Summer Ciothinir at
irom $8.W to $18.00 per suit, ureat values.
Nice line White and Fancv Vesta. Straw Hats, ollars.
' ITies. Furnishinsn. Etc.. cheaD.
1 he prettiest line of Low-quartered Tan Shoes ever
displayed in Asheboro. Be sure to see them.
Very truly yours,
WOOD & MORING.
Chase (Si Sanborn's
Coffees the Most
HERE ARE STATISTICS TO
In the January number of "What to Eat" there ia 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,
No. of Families
Miscellaneous brands (beinir made un of brands any
one of whick was not named morefthan 5 times) 160
Percentage of families prefering CHASER A 10
& SANBORN'S to all other brands. -fc-UliS
No. of Famil if
CHASE & SANBORN. 67
White House, 22
Miscellaneous brands (baing made up of brands any
one of which was not named more than 6 times) 34
Percentage of families prefering CHASE 2ft IM
& SANBORN'S to all other brands. OZk
Telephone No. 7.
Shoes - Shoes - Shoes!
i have iust received a large quantity of
Shoes in addition to oar large stock. We have
as large and as good a line as you can find in
town at prices as 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 fer trade,
Ridge, Fox & Co.
For the next 30 days we
will sella lot of
SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND
BOYS' OLOTEBTQ AND
to make room tor Fall Stock.
Dome and eee oar toek. Wv
have one bargriaa tor
C. O. YORK STORK &.
Central Ftfls, N. C
J. V. HUNTER, M. D,
Aaheboro, N. O.
Day calk soavered from Aaheboro Dng
KiaAt calls aasnrersd ran aa Central
HotLl ;K .
Uumi TSBJf OWS M-JH
J ym'j Oa baadrad towa bt a
f ' I riril prioM and oa eae? leeaas.
! Apply to J. T. BrffiMa, Asaa-
Tt AVg Jull Iim of brw tiffiaa
vrasw ft V "s are oSahof sps aial snip m
but tfcs vi ! - dsv.
1U iS A 1HSL0W HW. CO.