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Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when It was almple Indiges
tion. It la a scientific (act that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to, but are the direct result of Indi
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
whloh fails of perfect dlcestlon farm.m. .a
swailsths stomach, puffing It up against the
heart. This Interferes with tho action of
mo nean, ana in the course of tlms that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
r.D-Kl''; Njrjdi. O , ?: I had stomach
"f1 ' a bad ttata u I had heart trouble
w,i5.L1, '.ft Kodo1 Drpepl Cure tor about four
month and It cured me,
KotJol Digatts What You Eat
and relieves the stomach of all nerve us
strain and tho heart of all pressure.
Bottleaofllr. 11.00 S!i holdtna H timet thetrtal
Bite, which eella (or 60e,
Pnputi bf I. a DeWlTT 00., OHIOAQO.
. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanao
did 200 vcar Calcndur.
Standard Drue Oomn
... Aaherwiro tlmg flrvrripany.
Dr. S. A. HENLEY,
Physician - and - Surgoon,
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Office over Spoon & Redding') store near
ctandard Utug Lo.
DR. D. K. LOOKHART,
Asheboro, N. O.
dentistry In its various bmuchts.
, L. M. FOX, til. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
i 09m tUi profcetlonol aorrtce to the
: axnatiattr. Oces: At Itaddenoe'
J. V. HUNTER, M. D.,
. Asheboro, N. O.
Day calls tnswered from either DniR
Night calls from rcwide&co in front of
Bunk Fox'a mideneo.
DR. F. A. HENLEY,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Nitrous Oxi and Oxygen for painless Ex
traetiona Offices First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
A C McALISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
ance. The boot companies represented. Office
over tho Bunk of ltundolph.
S Bryant. President J. 1. Cote, Cashier
Bak.uk of Randleme.n.
Randleman, M. C
aphii $12,000. Stirpiuj, $2,000.
Accounts received mi Jkvomb'e
terms. Interest paid on saving de
. Directors: W K Ilartwll, A N
Bulla, 8 O NewJiu, W T Bryant, Q
L Lindsay, N N Newlin, S Bryant,
H O Barker ana J a. wne.
O COX. Prwldeut. W J ARarriKLD. V-Prea
W I ARMF1KUJ, Jr Caaiiter.
mi. Ti.l. f tjj1V regard in which woman was held,
BaHA 01 JJ anaOIpfl.U.rd punish ay lapse from this one
.Bb.c'bor. XT. O.
Capital and Surplus,
Total Assets, over
With ample assets, cxnerljn and protection.
,i lltlt the buslnrn ol tlie baaklnx poblle and
feel nle in naylnn wo are iimiiared anil willing
W f RiWUii?, HeiiJ MiillHt, Tim. J Keditllut, A W
f rapel. A M Knnkln, Ttwa H Kwtillng. 1 I E
Asbury.C J Oox.
My Work Pleases!
When you wish an easy shave "
Am Rood aa barber jrsre, , .
Justesll on ni at nrjl aalooa,
At morannn, or noon,N '- " . .
Iiit and dra the ltairwitl grace, ,;- V! '
, ' To autf U contour ol dw face. . , .,
My room ia neat and towel, clean,
ftrior Karp 1 raaon korm; i v " -And
ewrytbing 1 tliink yon'llnd, :
To imit tha fw and pteftaeUiommd,
knd all any art and skill enn do,
if you just call I'll do for you.
K ait door to PoalofBor. '
Asheboro Hotel .
' Main Street
(Near Court Bouse.) "
Tborougbly nmorated anil ' IcefiitatJwil.
Tabla amppUed ailU lLa best du ajiaraet
frrda. v lUtot IlcaaoiwtUa. ' . .
Tlie Man Who Always Trloj.
Knrnosl JCual Lynn in "Shixvhh Misjo
Whatever ynur nmhitiiju, Jjd,
However liifdi tlio iirio,
lis mamrry in iv yet Ui lia.l
Hy him "who 'afiruvH tries.
Does Forttmo - with a roirnl vipir,
Foretoken fnir eiiipi-im-?
The ilreinnier's f.-im-y amy piii'suo,
T!ioj)lml.ler wins v li i iiies.
Would yti uftiiin to ienrniMjr'H lore,
And Ito psteoineil wine?
By patient lulior l'iowh tho Htoro
I Y patii'nt lIr grow
' 0( """ w,, ul,v'ys
If fnney atroiy tlie flowers of hopo.
in nenniy noatn your eye),
The aunmtit of her siiininu; li.po
: 1'cniaitiM for him who hies.
Though Truili o.H'ar in homely gray.
Her riuincel ne'er ilespie;
She will be elod in light, one day,
To lipuor bitu who trie.!
.Master of human det,linio8 am I!
Fame, lovo and fortuno oo my footatcps wait .
C'ities and fields 1 walk; 1 penetrate
Hovel and mart and palaeo- soon or lato
I knock unliiili-n once at every pate.
If sleeping, wako - if feinting, rise before
I turn awav. It is hour of fate,
and they who follow ine renbh every Htnlo
llortals desire, and e.inraer ever foo
Save death; but thrae whodoulit and hesitate,
Coiideroiied to failure, -nury and woe,
Seek me in vain, and uselessly implore:
I answer not .nil return no more!
J J. Ingulls,
An American Girl.
Of all the chu ruling thing there are
To make this world a bl ight 0110
1 chooso and know I amut far
Fiom picking out the right one
A girl of seventeen or so,
American completely. ,
A figure trim from head to too,
t) oiv ned tastefully and neatly.
h esptrrnt einoi etnoi sbnliu
Ixik her in the eyes-what wells of truth.
Of sympathy and kindness!
But not, too long enraptured youth
I .est loolinK bring love's llindlless.
An angel. Yes, and any o: e.
Who knows u.ild i-. not copier
Can see that she is full o'fini,
I'rovided it is iu-..H'r.
I must confess, if Fullior Time
Would only lei uie May so,
I'd slop at tiienty-one, imi.1 I'm
Not half a-frrnjned to say so.
1 envy much tho lueky iiinu
The joy of his beginning.
To lovo Ibis fair Aun rienn
His wiuii ;.; and his i-iniiig.
Oh, who can loo his faith in tliis
C-til' lies! lieioved tuilioo'
line is our hop.-; we eann.Tl miss
Applause and approhatiiat."
One dare not .piile dispiragc one's
Own country until others
Can show such prize for their sons,
And such prosinvtive moMiorv
--l'elix ( armen in lafe.
Cold Mine Sold.
Ex-Sheriff. W D Clark, of Mont
gomery county lias Bold his gold
uiiue on an adjoining tract of land
to the f anions lola JUiue near can
dor. The sale was made to the
Whitney Bed action Company and
the price paid was f 15,000.
The S'eed Farm Sold.
The farm of the Into B F Steed
three miles from town was sold at
auction Siitunliiy. Mr It K Col-
traine, of Coltraine s Wills, was tlie
purchase There ure 120 acri-s
and the price paid was $2,013.00
High roint Jiiiterprise..
Judge Justice to the Grand lury.
Judge Justice in his charge to the
Graud Jury in Wake county last
- "Selling liquor contrary to the
law is the meaDcst tiling m me
world," said the iudce. "The man
who sells it expects so much of the
man who buys, lie expects him to
swear to a lie, and often that is
what's done. If not, the seller feels
a erudee agaiust the fellow who did
not protect him. Where you bav
a lawful method of selling liquor,
those ensrazed in it ought to be re
quired to lire ty the provision of
lue iaw ana seep wuuin its uiuna'
On the subject of the Jaw against
slander, of a virtsons woman. Judge
Justice said that the object of this
law was not to guard the virtue of
our omen, for tuat needed
LTnardiue by the law, but was in
tended rather to empnasize tne nign
of tne essentials oi goou cuizensnip.
Of coarse the law could not pretend
to tell a woman how she must act.
That was for her own. choice entirc-
y- .. .. .. .. ,
"Ordinarily men but. , continued
the jndge. while on this subject,
"tuat af y man, woo wouiu souee mo
who would abuse th J confidence of a
woman ought to go to the penitentia
ry anyhow, whether what he aays
is true or not.. And the dog that
weald da that sort of thing would be
the Tery fellow to tell it."
' Juige Justice then proceeded lo
eive terrible description of a coun
try neighborhood in which there is
u LToe-abop. , Lie told how, after a
while, tbe weaK cnurcu memrjers
would commence to ride by that way.
then they would begin to stop and
take a Urink, and foully they would
grow to be regular habitues of the
nkce. Then tb bUobk ' church
members wouiu begin to go int
wrar,too, and at last we cnurco
tuemben would be afraid to go
back to church, for fear sor.ebody
hu mn them at the grog-shop.
v For ! Xiao's cf Him.
TtiMraw the fire ilk of a burn,
heal a cut without loafing a tear, or
i . t,ii. . .,.
UI vure I'Vlin, wcfetr-i, erve ..
11 .klB and .caln dtsacs. nse
liw;tf. Witch HuhI K1v. A
and protruding' pile . btopa ther kii loiar.ss nenu
I pain instantly and cm ea pcrmaneut-"p augi 1 bl ind at
ily. Get the genuine. . Sold by gromi.u and bis ti
SWadai i Drua Co, J T Underwood. S"in w
nd protruding'pite. Vtopa thC ki. uddress front speci11y or-
OUR RALEIGH LETTER.
Trial of Hospital Attendants
against Dispensary. Presi-
! dent Roosevelt's Coming.
I liulei-rh, X. C, Oct. 2.
Although the foiirutteailnnts con
nected with the Central Ilospitar
for the Insane at Uulcijjh wne ar
raigned in the Stijn.riiir Court tln-l
liitter jiarl of la.se week, after a
ake county grand jury had relum
ed a true bill for murder, their case
has been postponed till the January
term of court.
Governor Aycock, counsel for
the prisoners, in asking for the post
ponement of the trial, emphasized
tho fact that his clients are chtrged
with a crime which has tmturull-v
excited the indignation and inflamed
ttm passion ot the general public,
:V ...i . "'.'I'.'U.lr v,.i.,r ,!,nl,,H
11 lliifc lllll'usaiuiu in nccuiv.... 'Jt-'i'J
this time that would not be more or
lees prejudiced against the defend
ants. That therefore the trial
hull Id wait, in the inter-st of jus
tice, till the excitement cooled down
mid jury could be secured that
would bring in a verdict strictly in
iccord with the evidence produced
hefoie them in court, and not a ver
dict bused to sonic extent on rumor
of the streets and accentuated by
anger and prejudice.
The solicitor has announced tliut
the men will not be tried on the
clmrifi' of mut Jer in the first degree.
but lor matisluughtir or murder in
the second degree, lie was proba
bly inlHienceit iu tuning this position
by the apparent fact that it would
lie impossible to p.uve the "intent"
in this case that tin defendants in
tended lo kill the patient Null
hor they probably did not intend li.
carry their rough us.icre of him tha" '
far, ami were wtdlv ecaivd winn lie
lied. Hut if it is sliuw n m court
that die nnm's death was due to the
inhuman trnt'iiunt they are sui.l
to have visileil in on him it is likely
to go hard with them, not withstand
the approval ol t no diagnosis ol
tun asylum superintendent (that
nth was due lo heart dilatation
Htid overexertion) by the board of
directors, who however refused to
exonorate the asylum attendants or
to make any statement or ri-eoaientl-1
ttion of nny character whatever con
biuce (Jovernor Uleiin relumed i
from New England, a few days ago,
ho has read the report of the direc
tors and has authorized the state
ment that after '.he defendants have
had a fair trial in court every effort
shall be made by further inquiry to
brinz to liL'ht all the facts that
should be made public concerning
this unfortunate and distressing al
fair and any similar iustanceif such
has occurred there under the pres
ent management of tho hospital.
The bitter tijrht over the liquor
mi'Stion here between the dispensa
ry supporters and the advocates of
h return to the open sal"on system,
under hijih license, has got into tne
courts and it is to be hoped that it
will be finally disposed of soon.
Under the terms of the Watts law,
the opponents of the dispensary
(which supplauted saloons here two
years ago) presented a petition to
the board of alderman, signed by
more than onc-thir4 of the "regis
tered" voters, calling for another
election on the question. But the
board had persistently refused to
call the electiou, giving as tho rea
son that many of the signers have
not paid their poll tax yet for this
year and therefore cannot vo'e un
der the terms of the new charter of
Last Friday the case was taken
before Judee' Justice and he grant
ed a writ of mandamus against the
aldermen requiring them to order
the election, as they nave no natlion-
ty to pass upon the competency of
registered voters betore triey otter to
ote; that the word "registered
used in the Wat's law does not neces
sarily meau "qiililied" voter for
the next electioit. Lawyers say mat
Judge Justice is right mid that the
Sunreme Court, to which tlie aider
men have appealed, will sustain him.
So there will probably be another
election held Bonietime between now
and the first of January.
Hut this does not necessarily mean
that the ooeii saloon system, under
a high license of $l.i!00 year for
tho municipal tax alone, win ue
adopted. On the coutrary it is
more probable that the dispensary
will be continued, lint its exist
ence, if Drolonced, will be due large'
ly to a different class of voters frm
those who adopted it two years ago
The prohibitionists are now large
ly against the dispensary, since they
see it is rnu as a revenue ruUing
much in and djes not dimmish
drunkeaness. lint the city . admin
istration is for the dispensary aow
because the big protils have enabled
it to reduce taxes somewhat. For
the same reason some tax payers Hre
now supporting it. I he temperance
people will largely remain away
from the polls.
It is only two weeks now tin rair
Week when the greatest crowd that
ever assembled in Raleigh oa any
ore sion is expected to show up here
Wednesday and Thursday, Chit. 18
andll. . . .
President Roosevelt's train n
scheduled to arrive here from Rich
mond shortly after midnight wed
! uesdov nit: hL Of course ha will
, .... . ., , .-i
not be visible. t the pub c until
nine or ten o clock 1 hnrsday.
i A tiuiit noon Thisrs lay he will deliT-
rruin mill l,:ive
west, at cither one or
PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN.
ASHEBORO, N. C,
two o'clock. One o'clock was the
time Hist tct, but tho committee
which will wait on the President
this week will try to have the time
extended f) two o'clock.
-0, an wno come expecting to see
the Chief Magistrate of the Nation
?hotild make their arrangements to
arrive in Hakigh either W'eduesday
night r before or certainly by noon
iniii-suiiy. as most, ot tlie special
trains arc scheduled to arrive here
lift wein tin ;ii,d eleven o'clock there
nil! be ample time for those coming
ou Tiiese trams lo both fee the Presi
dent and hear his address nt the
A splendid new grand stand has
just been erected at the fair trrounds
and many other improvements for
tne accommodation of the public
have been provided. The free at
tractions that is, those which are
paid for by the Fair authorities and
tne performances given free to all
Ki!tJ"(hT.crntvi'is .juUL.U j,ii
The Midway nill be much hetfer
this vcar also, it is stated.
The Republican newspaper to be
issued at ( i reensboro, and about
whL-h we have heard a great deal
lately, will make its initial appear
ance next Styiday morning. Mr.
Howard Banks declined to accept
the position of managing editor and
a Philadelphia man, Sir. A. L.
Parkhurst was elected to that posi
tion ai d Mr. T. IJ. Eldiidge, for
merly of the Morning Post of Ra
leigh, was chosen news editor at the
last meeting of the directors, held
lust Satin day. With the exception
of Mr. Eldridge and the editor-in-chief,
Mr. U. 1). Douglas, the entire
stuff seems to be made up of outsid
ers from other states and from
Wellington. The city editor is a
West Virginian, the business man
lier is a Pennsvlvatiiaii, tlie nnuiag-
;C editor is originally from Wash
iiitn:i rtml more lately connected
with it Philadelphia paper, while the
foivniin and superintendent of tlie
inechiinical depa: t:iient coiiks also
tmni the city ot Yt ushmgtou.
As to the politics of these gentle
men, that is a matter entirely seem-
iry lo their ability and evperienee
i newspaper men. In the large
cities it is nothiiiL' unusual lor
Demociats to be professionally em
ployed on Republican newspapers,
even as editorial writers at fines,
and vice versa. Their personal
political views have just about as
much relation to their professional
work as has the politics of a lawyer
employed by a cliant of the opposite
political fin Hi.
Tho twciitv-third annual conven
tion of the North Carolina Womeu's
Clnistian Temperance union is in
session here this week.
The Trinity College law school,
which is acquiring such an enviable
reputation under the deanship of
Pror. Mordecai, formerly of llaleigh,
will organize its moot court this
week. Trinity's Senior Class has
elected the following olllcers for the
scholastic year: W. II. bmith presi
dent, Hot Taylor vice-president,
Miss Nan Goodwin secretary, I). 1).
Phillips treasurer. Mr. R. A. Law,
an A. M. gr idiiate of Trinity who
has been elected ossistaut protessor
in English at Harvard University,
stopped over at his alma mater on
his way .North to assume the duties
of the responsible and honorable po
sition to which he has been chosen.
He ia only one of a largo number of
trinity graduates that arc annually
being called to Gil high positions in
the educational and other fields of
the world's activity and they al
ways measure up to standard ot ex
cellence demanded at such institu
The trial of pohcemar; Isaac W
Rogers for the shooting (and almost
fatal woundiiigV of deputy U. S.
marshal John Dockery some three
months no may not come on tnis
week. The grand jury found a true
bill iiL'ainit Rosers, as asked Icr by
the prosecution, for "secret assault,
last Saturday, but no day uas been
set for the trial and it may go over
to the January term.
Tne civil, semi-criminal, suit
against Claude M. Bernard brought
by tbe father of the llowell gin
whom ho is charged with seducing
and debauching will be tried at the
October term of the civil court
What is claimed to be a practical
cMton picker will b on exhibition
at the State Fair, and it will be
nrurttinallT demonstrated on the
grounds. Tho inv cntor is an Alu
bami mtn nimel Col. Jerome lliil
LLEW.X A m.
For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Alwavs keep a bottle of It In
the house. We have been
saying this for 60 years, and
so have the doctors.
1 hr nS A' T-hrrr? rwwi m T"r
f,.HT t..r m inn It U llif I
tu th w.,irf, i knew. fwr.u fir
Mlta- B.oO0. WalUiMD. IM.
rHURSDAY, OCT. J905.'
ISS-PJif , 'f? J1!?11
to Boom Republicanism. Our
Condemns the Inwardness of
the Investigations and Under
takes in a Way to Defend
McCall and Others Whom
We Think are Stealing Our
special t'orreswiicloiiueof the Conner.
Washington. D. C. Oct. nd 1Wi.-i
The investigation of the big life
insurance companies just now seems
to have backed everything else off
the boards, us an interest maker into
public events. It seems to be the
consensus of opinion here among the
leaders of the Democratic uartv wlin
hare visitecUhe capital in the recent
They say that Chairman iiiigt'3 bi
the New York legislative investiga
ting committee is making a grand
tutid play to the gallery and that
is doing it for his own behoof
and iu the endeavor to muke politi
cal capital out of it for himself und
tor the Republican party. He wants
to have his party pose as the great
savior of the people and that he is
the P'-onhet. bo tar he has brought
out nothing to the detriment of the
companies relating to the misuse of
money entrusted to their caro by
the people who have bought life in
surance policies. He has shown
simply that the companies have in
vested the funds in their hands in
tho interest of the policy holders, as
any other banking institution would
live done. When a nan deposits
money in a hank he does not expect
the officers in the bank to allow it
to lie idle in the safe or vaults of
the bank. J lie olhcers invest it I)
make money out of it for tin mselvys
'and the stock holders. In the same
iy the oflicers of the insurance
companies -have invested the money
the people to make money lor
policy holders instead of them-
lves. There is no sane mail w hu
believes that a single one of the big
life companies of New York is in-
Ivent. (Ju the contrary, if everv
one of them should quit business to-
lay and never sell another policy,
they could pay dollar for dollar
every outstanding policy. The ab
solute integrity of such men as
McCall, .Morton and Perkins is be
yond cavil, and to hold them up as
marks lor the little pin headed Ite
publican politicians of New York is
listing to the sober and sensible
people who know and realize the
ue inwardness ef this so-called in
I'he truth of this investigation
i much deeper than, anything
that appears on the surface and is
absorbing interest lo the people
the entire country. Aside from
o fact, as above stated, that little
r. 11 tight- wants to make capital
out of it for himself and the liepub-
an party of New iork which is
t ton to the core, the great undur-
ing of the whole thing is to boom
iiisevolt s idea of federal control
of life insurance companies. He
ndy has been the moving factor
in I he tlaht for Federal control of
railroads. If he gets federal
uitrol of all the big corporations
in the country, then State rights
mean liothiim in this country, and
may as well have socialism at
once and be dope with it.
The people should not be fooled
th the bluff and bluster of the lit-
political committe that is trying
smirch men whose names have
ien for years the synonym of tinun-
ci.tl intelligence and integrity. The
insurance companies it is believed
In re. will prove a clean bill of liuan-
i ll health, but the game is to start
the boom for federal control and
Teddy may get his followers to in
troduce eucn uni into tne coiiiiujj
Congress. This is a Uepnblicau
scheme from start to finish.
The men at the head cf the game
do not believe there is anything the
matter with the insurance compan
ies, but it suits their purpose to ex
ploit them in order to further their
1 um reliably mforaied that the
visit of the Taft party to tho Philip
pines surely will result in legislation
at tho next session of Congress
which will remove all duties from
Phillippine products coming into
the United States. In view of this
fact the sugar beet raiser Bhould be'
nia ut once to secure long term con
tracts with tbe refinery betore plant
ing the next crop, a otherwise, the
Suj'ar trust will use tuis tanlt re-
dnjtionasan argument to deprive
the planter of a reasonnble price lor
his pi oil net, and have him absolute
ly at its mercy. A little judicious
cooperation amongst the beet jf row
ers will uciilt in saving lliem tuou
sands of t' oil us, and secure then) a
fair share of the prophets mad
their product.aomething which they
have net ever hitherto seemed.
C11AS. A. KiWAI!DS
Hifh Point Sept. 30.- Mr
El wood Cox, chairman of the boaid
of trustees of Guilford College le-
tnrned to-day from the North, where
he secured the $45,000 for the Kn
dowment fund for Guilford College
making the necessary amount to se
cure Andrew uamegies sire ot
likeamonnt and the $25,000 from
Mr Pearson, of Chicago.
This makes $115,000 in r-ish that
said colkjre has received which, ad
ded to the present endowment of
$00,000, givese Guilford College an
endowment of f 176,000.
' "y "ems that Are Sure to
Carthage is to have water works
J P Clark died recently nt fiikr
City iigxd TO years.
Miss Nina Wrenn, a daughter of
Mr C K Wrenu, of Siler Citv died
Sept. 27 after a brief illness of t-
phoid fever. "
The Dispatch says that Lexing-1
ton has 838 white children of school '
ago. Ami that, there is room in tile :
giaded school building lo acconimo- I
date only 450.
Forty thousand dollars addition.., 1 i
for ai.loimll. c,.,e.,r i,..i. '
ter works and electric lights in Lex-
incrtoi) were voted h,l. week, the
The Indiana law preventing tne
sale of cigarettes has reduced smok-
from o() to "i" per cent. The
practice of smoking by boys has
been virtually rooted out.
Mr .1 f! Wtnsimi u-hn ii riliel-atimr 1
a 8.iw unit shingle mill in the Littl
r!r ,.,.ti,in. Pviienta in lint, nil il :
telephone line from his store to the ;
mills ,n.,l PvtPiid it. to Pinelinrst '
Ex-Oovernor Aycock has been re-
tained as ccntneii for the defend-
ent lieveaue ollicers recently indict
ed in the Federal Court at Greens
boro. Other council are Judge By
n urn und Judge Adams. ,. 1
Hev J B Craven, of Salisbury, '
preached an able sermon in Central j
church Sunday night. Mr and Mrs
Craven, who have been visiting the '
hitters moth -r. Mrs 1) A Covington,
returned home yesterday. Monroe '
The burning of the sto'e house of
Mrs H C Pepper at Trinity last week
was cttUH'd by alighted lamp falling
into u keg of puwdwr. Mr Killaiice
who c-jiidiictril a geneial mercantile
store in the building came near be
ing injured severely by the explosion.
The small stock of goods owned by
Mr liallaiif v- was entirely consumed.
New Fire a i-i life Insurance! Companies.
The Car "linn Life Insurance Com
pany will be -organized within the
next few days with its principal I
oflice at High Point with :i capital '
stock of J 100,0110 all paid in. There
will also lie organized at the saun
time the Fire Insurance Company of ,
North Carolina with a capital stock ' M;r(U;o, the re. Is i;
of $100,000 fully )iaid up. Mr l-i 1 pipe-- .;-l:i.i'il and tin
M ArmlielJ, of High Point is the I a total of fi'M.i'-n
prime mover in these two enterprises
and will have the management of
the business of these two companies.
Among the stockholders in these
two companies ore u number of
Randolph business men. There are
also a n timber of stockholders from
No Yellow Fever In Raneoli'li.
A trained unite from Creci.sbeiro.
who came to Central Falls last week
to take charge of several cases of
tvohoid fever, il was repoi ted wrote
to Gieensl.jro that it was an epidem
ic of yellow fever instead of typhoid
fever. It "'as also reported that
Harris Chandler's death which oc-
curied ten days ago at the Winning-
ham place near Asheboro w,-.s
cansed by yellow fever instead of
typhoid fever. It. was also reported
that Dauiel Allied living near Ashe- j
boro has yellow fever. There are siv. j
cases of fever in the family of Mr.
John Allied at Central Falls and -
I ..,,. Mm Conner, in-t !
across the street from Mr Allreds.
Some of these cases have not yd de-
eloped into the typhoid stage...
Miss Click, a trained nurse tiom
shuro has been in charge cf
these cases for some ten days. Mi-s
Cheek states positively that she has
never written a letter to anyone tutu
there was yellow fever in this coun
ty. This "whole sectin is something
liJeea thousand feet above sea level.
Too hiirh for yellow fever. ellow
fever is impossible in an altitude us
high as handolph Co.
One diswwe of thinness in
children i.-i nci ofr.lii ; in tnltilts,
coiisiiin;tii)ii. l'-olh 'ive poor
Mood; both need move int.
I'liesa diwiscs thrive on lonn
ikss. Fat 1.-4 lhe best lncnnn of
iiremiuiiiiir tlifin; coil livuiMiil
r.inkoo tlie liest nini neaiiiiitsi
f it and
' i llic ensiest and most effective
mi of cod liver oil. Ilerc'H n
' i turn I order of thing Hint
e'laws why Scott's Lmulsion ii
f so much value in oil enscs o!
- : ofuhv and consumption. Men
i t, more weight, rnoie nourish
a nt, Hint's why.
St-nd for fire Mtnph.
cCOTI & BOWNE, Chcmk' ,
09 41Prl SHeet, Ne w York
tOckaaSfI.00 M u n ASSruulda
ws cf ObT Neighboring
i' r i wiiniuw in ti
''': ' '( .Mr. Zeli V.
V !;tdie ocftipkil
lie of I he I.;ie.j Wiici
romp u; I in- r
the iH'ini and
awa '.' :iei hy the i
i-ie SillV a
pen the uiii-
man s hum imiliii'"
The mail, h
'f ;h? y..;iiig I;
lile ! 1 1 in:: t-. j uf
i. the mn-e-jfj
lie luoiii had
awake: . il. In; :
good his i'cap,
Two i uiiawa
II. il. ,.:,,
I 'ois were itiTt.st'-il
heie by the pi
ice last Thursday
jail in accordance
contained in a tele-
l and placed in
Sriiin from .Mi
i. I . l .,:..--. v. of
(ireen.sbiiro, father of the 1 .. , -,
Causey came l.e.:nt.;.n" f-,
and carried tl:- children a-'i i! !l
Monday of hi: t v.cel; linenm ...
crates of homing ptg-.o.is i.-.
to the lh iiin.nl lloimi.g Clnl
Iiallimoie. Mr. Lnpp has h
from the clnli rain the pii
lleW fl'olll I.cMn i: toll to Laii
0 hours and 1 minutes, niak
avel'elfe Ol J, Pel varus il lllllitlle.
While engaged in building a hog
Pen at his home near the graded
school Fiiday afternoon. Mr. J. W.
Lanr.ing, an employee of the Dixie
furniture factory, had the misfor
tune to lose an eyu. lie was driving
a nail when the hammer glanced
and the nail Hew iu his face hitting
him in tlie eye, complcUh destroy
ing his sight.
Postmaster Walser has been imti-
Ikd thai the poslotlice thpaitment
has recindetl a former oider that
mail matter adUre;.-' d t i a box by
iitimhi r nlene would I,- :eiitrod".
The I'cparlmeiil imw ai that all
mail matter must contain liu name
uf the paity fur which mail .'s in
tended, tcg'Ua-r .'. iih th - number
of urn! route en which .-aid pas;y
'i'he Finch 1 t -- ;,:e ern-ling a
telephone line fiom their home I no
ini!e eat of town t-J Lexington.
They will piubal'ly haii 1 othei
linrs in tie 1'i.ia.iy a .- i trtV formed
u cijinpaiiy. known a.-: the Piedmont
Telephone Company, which as ih
forpiirntid hv thcecn tare of Slate
lat week. The a ti t hd'had caoilal
is 1(111,11(1(1 ,:,,il M,.-Mji. J no. i.
Fin'ch, V.;l.,r (.. 1 im-hr.i.d P. D.
i are the n,c,,i , orator.-.
e town i tiinmis.-iouers hu t week
d au order wilh a W.v York
a ol In
, two Lose
els. four phi
id two C'!l-
zx.i.:, .-j:!':. no
;i case of lire
s are to be
; nn-nt is al'iointely n.
ton ot priq e'"
DeiiGi'ncei! Ly V u
Yatd iman h is
ftiii;.-:. a 1
' K r to tile Memphis d!
! aide Life A-nratii e Si
( to pay a premium d;
j In his lelier the cvi r:
I 1 liall not. pay this
I lather think 1 .-dial! p.
e Ml. l-.i.tllt-
on :; policy
:ni, I. tit
to forfeit ill
do not care P
to the ga'.etv
to infect tic';
The policy it
have but b.:
that ciuwil v
Itiita'de in Ni
f - 1
. e: v Soul hern ni
(.imiing th-..-e moils'
i ::.-t s t ha! f.i't-. ni
;V the niiiiioiis drau
--.::i :i. 1 liev are Usili
:;.ii!ey we contribute
eg the clutches wh
they , '!! -ami
a K-. eibiis an party
.ituinin:; I In ir c.-tnmei .
uf the Last, which
; the la'.vl- cla.-ie-S.-f th
Kr. Wood f-ors Viih T. T. Hay.
.lolin K. Wood, s n of W. P.
Wood, of Asheboro, who has for
sotiH' time held a ri spon-iblc posi
tion :is on,, i f thechi'-f l'ook-keepe-l.-iMth
tlv I iti". 'i s Nat o: ill I'l.inl--, -!
Kale.igh. h:.J res! -n.d that po.-itii'li
Savs the Neivs iin-.l (Ibservcr, to ac
cept a position wit it T. T. Hay
lire., gc te.ia! i-;e and life iiisurance
agents at Kuleiuh.
' Mr. Wood wet.! lo l-hdeigh tntiu
rcetd Mr Irwin T. .hue s, who r-sign-!.cl
his position w th the Citietis
. National l'-an'h. to t.cpcpt the posi
i iiuw which Mr. Weed ni'! occupy
! in the future. Mr. Jones and Mr.
i Wood wile ntott intimate iWcnds
4 have been hi. Ked upon in Ka-
; leigh as two of tho most promising
; vounjr men m u
and social life In many respect
they were greatly alike und thvir
nanus have iic.ii I v always been as
soctialcd tegeth. i u Raleigh.
Mr. .limes had tu acute adact of
appendicitis ee I id weeks ago and
complicatio.is w hit h tet in baflh. d
all inci'iesl and enrgical skill. His
ib-alli was deplored by IhcinsiMuls it.
llie isia'e capital, but by none more
i bun Mr. Wood, who now sr coeds
his friend in tlie uiuungvmeiit cf n
most important brunch of the luti
ness of T. T. Hay & Bro. High
Girls if yon want red lips, langh
ing eyes, sweet r( nth snd good looks
use llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tbe createst bcautilier known. 35
cents. Tea or . Tabletf. Asheboro
J me COURIER
t Advertising Column
p Bring Results.
$1.00 Per Year,
I "wii a
Jersey Male Calves at
a Great Bargain
with such breedine a3 Gold
en Lad first prize winner
over all Jerseys 1890; Gold
en Love lirst prize two year
old bull at Fan-American
1181; General Merrigold sire
of twenty-one heifers that
sold at an average of ?144
each. I he breeding of these
is correct; prices right for
JOHN A. vOUNG,
Greernboro, N. C.
v v Jeweler,
Watches, Jewelry. Specta
cles, Impairing my specialty. Work
Randleman, N. C.
I Better Than Ever!
"THE STAR THAT
t LEADS THEM ALL"
-tulip for tlip linine;
Domestic Sewing Ma
Newark. N. J.
W. D. Spoon's
is the place to buy your
teavy and Fancy
Candies, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
ALSO LP-TO DATE MEAT
Phone 53 Asheboro, N. Ce.
Havinfr bought out the
grocery business of Jos.
Norman 1 have moved
to the building formerly
occupied by Morris &
NEXT DOOR TO HOLLADY
POOL HARDWARE CO.
on Depot street, where I
will be glad to see all my
old customers and new
W. VV. JONES.
Send any Photo with 25 cents
and get 28 perfect Photos made
from it, your photo returned un
harmed. 6 Photo Burtons 23cte.
Your money refunded if not sat"
is-fied. I'otraits in all grades.
16x20 Crayon, $1.50, Pastel or
water-Color, only $2.00. Best
Cabinet Photos $2. to $3. a dosen.
W. R. NEAL, Photographer,
Randleman, N. C.
f. L. Norman
fcr fair Bargains and fair
Groceries and Notions,
Jnne-s' old Staud, Depot Strfel,
Coming in and we are Teadr ito
fit you up In the '
Watch next week for tnnoun-'s-ment
of our opening.
Mrs. E T. Il?At.
I t:.' S-wing Miii
lii 1..MW.I l.v ewfu
l-.llhi-r I...i-c ur
for lirc-iiliii- mill .ri
8. . NEWiy, Pro,.