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The Asheboro Courier.
Aiheboro, N. 0., Oct. 6, 1905
Arrival and Departure of Train.
Train No. 141. arrive at 10:00 a.
Train No. 107, arrive at 3:10 p.m.
Train No, 143, arrive at V:.ii p. m.
Train No. 70. arrive at 8:25 a.m.
Train Nn. 1.10. arrives at 11:01
Train No. 42, arrive at 2:25 p.m.
No. 142, leaven at 4:40 a. m,
No. 130, leave at 1 1 :0ft a. m,
No. 144, leaves at 4:30 p.m.
leaven ai 10:lu
leave at 3:15
leaves at 3:30 p. in,
Local and Personal.
Eer. Sherrill went to Greensboro
Miss Laura Stimson spent Sundaj
Mr W C Hammond spent Sunday
I Mr T O MoAlis'er of Spray spent
Sunday In town.
1 Mr Cbas Boss returned from
Guilford College Monday.
i Mr J O Redding made a business
trip to. Tnomaiville Monday.
Mr E A Wiles, of Greensboro waa
I in town Monday.
Mr W D Stedman went to New
I York Tuesday o business.
Miss Nan Little, of Lit'le's Mills,
is visiting Miss May McAhster,
" McDowell Bros, unloaded a car
load of fine boreef and mules Mon
I Mrs W J Vage, of Eliae, was I
passenger on the north ixmnd train
t Mies Mjrtie Scarboro left Tues
day for a visit to her parents in
' Mrs Milton Cox, of Climax, visited
her son Mr Carl Cox in South Ashe'
bora last week.
I Mr Thos Worth spent Sunday
here and returned to Greensboro
J Several Asheboro people attended
I the protracted meeting at Flag
Miss Gladys Pace returned to her
home in Alamance County Tuesday
after a visit to relatives here.
The Asbury Sunday school had a
picnic in Asheboro lust Sutnrday
and seemed to enjoy it vpry much.
We are glad to see Mr Ohas
Laughlin on the streets again after
, a spell of typhoid fever.
Miss Cornie Candle who h;is been
i visiting Mr H D Caudle's family re
I turned to ltandleman Monday.
I Congresfnian Kitchen, of the
I Sixth District has the sympathy of
the entire State in the death of his
I little son.
IMr E G Morris purchased the lot
of Mr S Moflltt Monday adjoining
the vacant lot on which Mr T J
I Moflitt's bouse was burned.
I Mr B B FcrgusoH v. ill have his
I Millinery opening iu Itandlrniau
! October 11th and 12th. His advur
tisement appears in another column.
Miss Nettie Douk who has charge
of Mies Ballinger's millinery es
tablishment in fiandlenian spent
$ Sunday here.
I The Republican newspaper at
Greenboro about which we have
heaid to much lately makes its first
appearance next Sunday morning.
Mrs Ethel Diffee Tomlinson, at
tended the burial of her Grandfather
Mr A 11 Johnson at Salem Church
I Miss Mamie Cox, of Illinois, who
has been visiting her brother near
I Enterprise spent a day or so in
f Asheboro last week.
Mrs Dr Morrow grid children of
Burlington who bave been visiting
Mrs J M Candle, of New Salem,
returned to their borne last Satur
?day. Mr and Mrs Jason Annan, of
'Jackson Springs, Moore County,
were on the passenger train Tuesday
going to Salisbury. Mrs Auman
went to the hospital for treatment
L Among those who went to Greens
ro Tuesday to aee"The Clansman"
were Mr and Mrs Jas T Underwood,
Messrs Elijah Moffit, E G Morris,
E II Morris, II E Moffit t, and Hern
I Mr Jno T Moflitt has recently
purchased the lot next to his moth
er, Mrs M A Moffit, of Mr E A
Wiles. Mr Moffitt now owns two
djoining lots on Sunset Ave. and
rill build there soon.
I The marriage of Miss Lucile
Arm Held, of High Point, to Mr
i'rauk ArmoVld, of Monroe, on the
iiSthofCct was announced in last
week's papers. Hiss Armfield is a
cister of Mr W J Armfield, of Ashe
boro. I M.n J 8 Worth who dm been visit
ing relatives' bert left . Tneaday
morning for Greensboro where she
oes to viatl Mr A C MoAliHrr and
liom there she gees to Davit sou Col
lege to pat her children in school.
Mr E O House who bougnt Mr
V B Uichardson's home on South
Vyettevill street some time ago
ifl move here soon. Mr llusaey
a bonght a nice aew dray wagon
d willdo drayiog br.
Tbs Lexington Grocery Company
t Asheboro hut received another
r load of tobacco from R J Uev
!ds Tobacco Com pan. This car
mom of five cars pnrchaaed in one
I by this enterprisiiig wboluatle
iiocra lot tu vacie at uewafwa,
Capt. A E Burns is off duty on
account of sickness. I
Miss Eugenia Tysor Las been visit
mg frieads in (ireensuoro.
Mrs Robert Page was a passenger
on the train Tuesday afternoon,
Dr and Mis Hubbard, of Worth
ville, were here yesterday.
Mr S W Laughliu made a business
trip to ureensboro Wednesday.
Mr 0 K Fox went to Greensboro
Monday to attend Federal Court,
Mr Pearly Hayes of the L Rich
ardson Drug Co. sent Sunday here,
Messrs F Ingold and Will Pickard
were visitors in Asheboro Weducsduy,
Mr Sam Ilodjfiu of Greensboro
speut Tuesday night in town.
Dfiuuty sherriff McKensie of Troy
was nere yesterday.
Mr C V Bean, of Hieh Point,
spent a few days this week here.
Dr Ashwoith and little daughter
or nearnsville IN (J are visiting rela-
Mrs Lama Macon Ellington and
sister miss Matme Howard were in
town yesterday shopping.
Mr C H Spencer, of Hamlet, was
here yesterday on bis way to visit
nis parents near Aiecnamc.
Mr Walter Brewer, of McCall. S.
U., nas been spending sometime with
Mr and Mrs Liijan tiussell.
Mr Maxwell v lio has been with the
Courier for a few weeks left Monday
tor nign roint.
Mrs W C Hammond returned
Tuesday from a months visit to her
parents in Lumberton
Mies Annie Brower who has been
visiting her sister in Troy returned
to her home at Cedar Falls Tuesday.
Met sis J A Kauoy cf Star ami W
Baldwin of Troy were patecngers
on tne eleven o clock train Monday.
Capt. Rickman of Spvucer is run-
lug the local over the Southern from
Asheboro to High Point during Capt.
Mr O L Sapp is utlundiuj: Federal
Court in Greensloro this week. It
is a big court and lawyers from all
over tne btute are there.
The epi'Jcmic of fever at Central
alls has eouiewhat abated. There
were seven caees in one family, in
that of Mr John Allred.
John S Campbell whose deatth at
High Point, was in the litst'issue of
the courier, was lormerly engaged
iu merchandising at Steed.
Mr W B Yeargan who has been
in business in Tampa, Florida, has
recently bought out Mr Jasper An-
man s mercantile establishment.
Our old friend, Mr Simson C
Cranford, of New Hope Township,
as shaking hands with bis friends
Work has begun on the cement
sidewalk in front of McCary Redding
Hardware Co. extending by stores
on that side.
Several of our people attended the
Old Homestead Male Quartette in
ltandleman Tuesday night and say it
as very good.
Mr R R Ross recently showed us
some Baniples of granite brick. The
brick were made of sand under great
Mr and Mrs T J WiuBlow at
tended the funeral of Mrs Winslow's
randfather. Mr A H Johnson.
last Sunday at Salem Church.
Mrs Fuller, widow of the late H
Fuller, of Concord township, is
visiting her two sons C M Fuller and
Henry Fuller in Lnmberton, N C.
The Methodist Protestant church
being greatly imnroved bv a new
coat of paint, brick foundation aud
improvements on the inside.
Mr J E Candle has resigned as
carrier of Randleman rural delivery
route No 1 and his brother Mr A B
Caudle has been appointed in his
Mrs O W Rich is visiting her par
ents, Mr and Mrs W S Crowscu
bile ber husband is away at Elou
College where be has a contract for
making brick that will keep bim
away probably three weeks yet.
Mr und Mrs Wright and little
daugter of Statesville were driving
last week, when the, horse began
kicking, tnrned the buggy over and
threw occupants out. Mr Wright
was severely but not seriously hurt
W A Chisholm who tu licensed
to practice law by the supreme
court August 28th, was sorn in
before the Moore county bar, bept.
21st. Moore County News. Mr
Chisholm is son of T L
Chisholm, of Sanford.
Miss Sal lie Henley, of Asheboro,
had a narrow escape from being run
oyer by a train here yesterday.
While attempting to get over the
Main street crossing a train was
near npon ber before she saw it.
The train came np from an opposite
direction in which she was looking.
Greensboro Telegram of Sept. 29.
Make Your Grocer
Give You Guaranteed
Cream o! Tartar
i On Krplimln-r 30th 1905 Mr,
'Robeit Langlv and Miss Ollie Si lor.
both of Staley, N. C. T. P. Barker,
J. V. otliciuling.
Alum Baking Pow
ders interfere with
digestion and are un
healthy. Avoid the alum.
Mlta Balllnger't Millinery Opening.
Miss Ballinger will have her Fall
and Winter Millinery Opening on
aatniday uctober 7th. Sue cordial
ly invites all the ladies of Randolph
and neighboring counties to attend.
and assures them, that she can please
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of expressing
our thanks and appreciation to the
good people of Kamseur for their
aiuuness soown anu assistance ren
dered on tbe arrival and burial of
our mother, Mrs Cathariae Baldwin-
Mr and Mrs J P Baldwin.
Rainsenr, N C
Sept. 23rd 1909.
An y nmstlt-td?
Tutus wwa Uilantliar
ANYVef U rpmi Beat wasy tfcSM
InUcm Haartfcia f Um UYt4.
tilK I . s n
At the home of the bride near
Staley, N. C, Mr. Dougan Frazier
aud Misii Cora McMasters were
united in marriage Sunday, Oct. 1,
1905, at twelve O'clock, Kev. J. V.
Hackney officiating. Only a few of
the nearest relatives weie present at
this quiet, but beautiful wedding.
Alter tne ceremony a beutiful din
nei was served. The bride is i
an cuter of Mr Thomas McMaeter.
the groom, a son of Mr Jasper Fru
zier. This young couple carry with
them the hearty good wishes of a
host of admiring friends ns they
launch their bark upon life's sea.
Letter to Jesse Presnell,
Asheboro N C.
Dear Sir: You know what puiut is for,
bow il docs it how it fails, what paint iloes
it, and what paint ilonl. It'si vour bmiiness
to know; of course you know Devoe.
.There are aotue iletails, which, of course,
you can't bo expctetl to know. For instance
the next-bestpuints are only three'iiiiarter
a good. luat strange; very ntrange,
1 nere are n uozeu 01 uim perliups; you uou
know them so accurately as that; you don1
know them all by name. No matter, one i
enough; the only one you hare real occasion
to know is levoe.
Tlie queer ot it is that others leave tbe
whole business to us so. We make mint
good as we can; others make it us good aa
uiey nave to. tueer, hut we uou t complain.
F W Devoe A Co.
P S McCrory-Sedding Hclw Co sells our
The Southern Railway has chosen
Col. W B Rodman of Charlotte to
succeed the late Captain Charles
I'rice, as its general counsel in Worth
Mr A H Johnson died at tbe home
of his son, Mr J I Johnson in Con
cord township last Saturday. Mr
Johnson was bom on March 21st,
1817. lie married Miss Elizabeth
Kearns in and they lived to
gether 69 years. Mrs Johnson died
about six years ago. Mr Johnson
leaves five sons and one daughter.
Messrs T W Johnson, J II Johnson.
J I & C T Johnson twin brothers,
J W Johnson and Mrs L J Diffee,
of High Point all of whom were
present when the end came. Re
mains were interred at Salem
Church on Sunday. A large crowd
attended the burial service.
Mr Joseph Foster died on October
1st at his home of neuralgia of the
heart, about two miles from Ashe
boro. He was an old soldier having
served four years in the Civil War,
two first years on the confederate
side and two last years on the Union
side. He has drawn a pension for a
number of years. Mr Foster was
born and raised in Chatham county
and moved to bis home near Ashe
boro soon after the war. . He had
been a remarkably strong man never
having had a spell of sickness.
About a year ago be professed re
ligion and expressed himself as ready
to go to the Great Beyond. Deceas
ed war 78 years old and leaves a
wire and seven children.
laaattawa 0 J tha Cldstt Taws I U. t.
The High Point correspondent of
the Charlotte Observer sava: Verv
few people, perhaps, know that old
Jamestown, in this county, is one of
the oldest cities in tbe United states
lder than tbe city of Chicago,
yet only a village. Several years be
fore the war it was quite a little
town and then gave promise of a
much larger place. At that time a
large and flourishing school under
the control of the Methodist Protee
taut Church was maintained there.
Mr. Gray, father of Chief of Police
Gray, of this city, was largely inter
ested in the school, and lost con
siderable money when the buildings
were destroyed by fire. The old
Masonic lodge building now stand
ing is one of old landmarks of the
placd. The place was then known
as Jimtown, and to this day is call
ed "Old Jimtown."
WW Ret to rflar.
The unmarried editor of the Rich
mond News-Leader devoted a column
to discussing the Non-Oeculating
Society, organized by young ladies
in Nottoway county, Virginia.
Heavy fines are imposed if any mem
ber is kissed, but fines are paid glad
ly. Tbe official color of the society
is creamy pink, the flower touch-me-not,
and the motto: "Kiss not that
ye be not kissed." Tbe yell is;
"Key: uoorn: ah: bum .
Eureka! Boom! Ah! Kiss!
Kiss met Kiss me! Kiss me!"
Tbe club song is the following lit
tle verse set to tbe sweetest music: .
"There was a young lady from Siam,
Who said to her lover named Priam,
To kiss me, of course.
You'll have to nse force;
But the Lord knots you're stronger
NBRVOUS DYSPEPSIA CAN BE
CUBED IF ONE WILL TRY
THE RIGHT THING.
I was down with Nervous Dys
pepsia for eight years. When I was
taken I weighed 185 pounds, uud it
reduced me to 118. 1 could not
touch solid food. I believe if I had
had taken solid food it would have
killed me, and I had to live on
sweets and lightest kind of diet,
J bad severe nervous spells nearly
every day and would have doctors to
treat me, but they did net do me
one particle of good not even to
I was so weak that for three mouths
I was not able to walk across the
room. I bad rather die than to
suffer it over again, and I felt that
was in a worse condition than any
one who ever lived.
Mrs Joe Person and my wife per-
uaded me to use Mis Joe Person's
I bought a dozen bottles and it
was three mom ha before I felt any
lelief at all. Then I commenced to
improve right along.
1 took thirty-five bottles, and it
It has been two years since I was
cured, and I have never had a touch
of the trouble since, aud can eat
anything under the sun, and as
uiuchot it as 1 wast.
If any one will stick to Mrs Per
son's Remedy long enough to build
up the system, I know it will cure
the most aggravated case of dyspep
sia or nervousness that can i e found.
B. M. MEDD1N,
(J reed more, Granville, Couuty, N. C,
R. F. D., No. 1, Auguat 1, 1904.
To My Friends and
You are cordially invited to my
first showing of Fall and Winter
Oct. Hth and 12th.
I have tarried in the North to
get the best and latest styles in
Millinery and will be able to sell
you cheaper than ever. Don't
buy your fall hats until you see
I have rented the Winning
ham store formerly occupied by
Miss Russell for the benefit of
myWorthville customers. Will
fliTt turn afAPaa 4-Vito cAnaAm
Please give me a call. Yours I viouAexpt rie.
to please huutwt
B. B. FERGUSON,
Randleman. N C.
Notice InMrted under tKU head mt en
cent word each Insertion.
One 7 Hooiu Dwelling Uouao, with a good
well of wntr, hitin nntl otlirr buildings on
one m-re lot. front hit; South Fitvettcville aad
WaimiKiu Sts, within 150 yards of graded
JASl'EU ATM AN,
tf South Asheboro.
MAN WANTS lint little here below but
wants that litlir KOod und the rery bent place
iu this whole sri'tmn to iiet Boiuethinu good
anu cheap in
J. A I UA. ,
tf South Asheboro,
WAN l'KO-Bv Chleiiirn Manutacttirinir House,
perwm nt trtitwortliiin'w ami Mmicwlmt familiar
with torn) territory um tuwihtmit tu branch otlice,
rtalary $IN )miI weekly. FemiHiiciit position, Kt
mil, hum newt ehutmisncu. rrv-
not etittentinl to enumdiiir. Ad
Hmuchua, & Dearborn Street,
We have in a nice line of sroods
at Jarrett's old stand, near the !
old rock fence and still keep a i
general line ai uavis snop.
Come one and all and brinir ,
your trade. We will give you!
market prices and sell vou (roods !
at a reasonable price.
I HAVE ii ipxA two-liorso wagon I wou!
like tu excliHnxe for a onc-liore wagon,
E U Muiuu.
Pair Fine Horses For Sale.
l'ur suttt mi: lina extra heavy blood bay
borASx. tvurk anywhere, (luaranteeil to lie
fisul t'hisH. Axhelioru Holler Mills.
Ol' II l'(TT sin will not mu tin
son. I'ranklinsville 11 f 'if. Co.
VAXTKI: To hire Mmn one with a
1,1.. .,,.,1 IJI..,- i., , -.(hhuim
DftVis O. Cannv. feet of lumber at different locations in 'the
Apply tn Win C Hummer,
Atmelioro, N C.
B. P. S Paant!
Why buy a cheap paint and pay the same price! aa for
good paint when you can buy good paint at same price and
it will last longer and cover more surface than cheap paint?
If any one wishing to buy paint desires to know anything
further regarding our line of paints, please call to see as as
we have over one hundred houses in Asheboro painted with
the B. P. S. Paint and they speak for themselves.
We trust we may be able to furnish you whatever paint
you may want. Yours very truly,
McCrary-Redding Hardware Company.
Sophia.. N. C.
FOR SALE - Otis 1 horse wacnn. liaruesM
and on good horse. Apiily to
W. 11. WEIISTEIt,
Central Falls, N. C.
Farm For Sale,
WANTED: Lailv or gentleman of fa
education Ui travel for firm of ij.'iO.lHMj
eapitni. Nitlarv ftl.OZ- tier vear. imynlile
weeklv. Exienes advanced. Address Geo
O Clows, Asheboro. X C.
Itli acres, 1-3 in cultivation, the balance I
ell tiinlwrcd. One and one-half mi let
front Cen'ral Falls and four miles from ' "
heboro ou It. F. D. Will sellcheun. An- H
ply to Daniel Smith, ltandleman, It. F
llallinger'H street hats have arrived
p. liieiiiim.iuuiiiiuin.ui ii-mi!K "i'l"
ji ; later Cull to sec her over Morm-Scarlioro
Moflitt Cos store.
New Cotton Gin.
VANTEJ:- Two or threw mrn with wnall
portable turn mills to cut lnmler on contract
' A oou emmee fur riht men to make some
My cotton gi. is now readv for work. ' lno""-T-.,r' l1"" ,'ll,lrP", J U
only gin in this section. -I guarantee I cano"' We9t Knd' N C"
Ihe only gin in this sett ion, 1 imrnntce
MitiHfacMon. I will I my your cotton nt
htliet market price.
llniifi your cotton to my mill on Toleeat
c mile east of Xiiomi Cotton Mills.
A. N. Routh.
Randleman, R, F. L. No. 2.
Special Low Rales Via Southern Railway
Accouat tf Stale and Coanty Fairs.
t'oasrm en sty fair, Winston-Salem, X (',
Oct 3-Sth. Tickets on sale Oct 2nd, 3rd, 4th
and mormon trains of 5th with final limit
Uct VUi, Iroui all points witlim nulius ot
1UU miles ox Vt niHton-oaiem, incluiJina 1U1
eigh, on liasis of one first class fare plus 50
lor one admission into rairurounus. Mini
mum rate including admission 8 100)
cKSTKAL ( iBiil.lNj t'i, ureensiwro, I.,
Uct. 10-13th. Hound trip tickets will be
sold to Greensboro front all points within a
fare, plus fit) eonts for one admission into
Fair Urotratls (minimum rate invludinif ad
mission (100) Tickets on sale (Jet Dili,
10th. 11th, and l.th and lor moruinff trains
of 13th with linal limit Oct llith.
NlMITH CASIHJN STATE WMK, Ituleillll, N C,
Oct 10-21st. Tickets will be sold from all
points iu the State of North Carolina, includ
ing Norfolk, Hicbmond and Danville, Va, on
Wis of one lirst class fare plus 54) cents,
which includes one admission to Fair Grounds.
Minimum rate int'ludinff admission 100.
Tickets on sale Uct 1'ttli to 20th inclusive and
for trains arrivinu at Haleiuh before noon of
21st, with final limit Uct 23rd.
.MEL'M.KMIL KU r AIn, Charlotte, a r,
Oct 21th-27th. Tickets will he sold to Char
lotte, X C, and return from points within a
radius of 100 miles, including Uroenville and
Columbia, S C, on Imsis of one first class fare
plus 50 cents for oue admission into rair
I i rounds. Minimum rate including admission
100. Tickets on sale Oct 22rd to 27th in
elusive with final limit Oct 3oth.
For fnrther information call on any Agent
of Mmithera llnilway or write.
W H Tayloe, OPA 11 h Vernon, T P A.
v ashington, U l. lliariotte, n u.
Parks Cress Rssdt Htm.
.V good many people in this community
are having chills and fever.
The eiiuiuoxiol rain nas mica lo come so
fur. Ilain is very much needed.
Mr H I. Green of Coleridge township died
suddeutly on the 25th of September with
Heart trouble, ne ate a nearly urea nasi
went out and worked awhile and came in
and died before nine o'clock. He leaves a
wife and four children.
Mr I W i'arks' saw mill and gnat null was
burned on tbe 2Tith of Septeinlwr. The loss
was about $500 or more. No Insurance.
Tbe cotton (fin buildings nesi were saved and
air rarss wui soon is- uiumiuf osiun.
Mr F Teague of Moffit Is will lie a citiatn
of our community soon.
sir II i orajr ol oraysvuie nas oougm
tin C H Dorsett place and expects to put up
a big stock of goods there soon.
Tbe Supreme Court refuse motion
for new trial of Thomas W Dewey
tbe defaulting cashier of the mer
chants and Farmers Bank of New
bein. lie will have to serve hie
sentence of six years iu tbe State
Having qualtned as admlnMmMrof A H alien
deceased this l to notify all pprann to present
an and all claim tn tne urk'rwirost on or be
fore we ii oav m wpwmw i tw utn mhiw
wUl St pleaded l barei their recovery.
ol A U ALLIEN.'
EXici'Toa s NOT1CK.
sj.ivmff qaaliAed aa an eaeeutnr of tlsj last
will and tralaiaent o( M L rsisw deceased. All
nersMia having claims smUnst smkt esute, are
axitlnert to Sle tnent wtta tbe undersigned on or
bcUv the aljtth day at '! I COS, or this nutlet
will trt pleaded Iu Bar e their recovery.
U A Albrtfht, kaeeuur.
This Sept, MSA.
Having quattftsw aa Administrator on thcestate
of Alls-rt D Umnard, dennurd. beiun W I, Uam
tnsid tierk ol the wipsrtor omirt ol aadoll
,ml,. N C. this Is to autllr all nenaua halua
elalma aaalast said estate to tsussnt tliem to the
This anrietw will wrrrr rrk a fool undbned,dai7 Mnned. on " brtnre the 1st
. ... ""rrgw a liM , Nov, ,M. a, ua anstrv will u pleaded
OOlU IB norm Carolina. lor inenriS mtmtMumrmnrj, aaaau panons ewim
of this State will do. pay flnet for Z&ZXXILZT
doing that which .. not prohibited nktA4v tM,t'
by tbe law for aa Brancrof t said, '
th are tbe freeat of tb free and hands -W.n..l t a.ujw. k.i
brook no restraint."- News at Ot- immt & Mff Cn. U.imia uh UuulHia
mmrr Cast ssuuai.boiuiea frota Wa.
Has refitted and refurnished
and now has one of the nicest.
cleanest and best fitted shops in
the county. (Opposite Wood &
DR. W. P. REAVES
New McAdo Building.
Greensboro, N. C,
l'rurtirt' liniiteil to Iisi;iliw ami Sinpry
of tlit? V.yr. Kar, Now iiml Throul.
H.iuih I .ID to p. in.
At iligli Point Otlice over Ring's Druy
Storo, Slondav, WfdncKtlav and Kritlav.
Honrs 7::'i0to J 1 :.'! n in.
Guaranteed to give Entire
Satisfaction in every way.
Tliiu Mtove Iihh uvery niotleru improve
nient iiirhuling extent ion top Hltelf, h'hv
rtlielf, kicker, nickle towel rrn, nickel knolw,
ornu mental Iwhc. Kverj stove nicely poli-th-tuj.
If your niercfcant ttoeH not hcII tlit'HC
stove, write iih ami we fill quote npecially
low priced delivered nt vour railroad w tat ion.
Everv Btovo miarnnteed. Mamifui'turetl by
N. P. COX,
Asheboro, N. C
W. D. STEDMAN CO.
g. t. glasoook & sons, Heavy nd Fancy Groceries.
ureenBDoro, n. v.
Fur sale l.y lwis W indow l,lw Co., Depot St. West Side limlroad.
Awlielioro. X. C.
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'ld'g.
Armfield & Laughlin.
Real Estate Dealers.
we Can interest you in a
We have a full line of seasonable Hardware.
We have just received a complete line of Harness,
double and single, and will make you attractive prices
on any thing in that line.
uuns, Amumuon ana sporting uooas 01 au Kinas.
Barbour, Virginia and High
Lewis & Wlnslow Hardware Company.
DO YOU KNOW
that you can get at the
Peoples House Furnishing Company,
In High Point N C
The finest Inlaid Mahog&ny Blrd'a Eye Maple Furniture)
to he had any where tliis sule of llie large cities. I'HIS V CLOSE'l'd, nil tr !
Full Line of Haviland's China and Beautiful
Figure in Cut Class.
Oaly an lusir or twu ritle lo Hili Toint nail it will mv ton It'iifuhl Ui in
epeot tbe iinuicHsr array of guods in our 4 big atari. A ti tul order is a new
I'listoiiier; cieis? to see us.
People' House Furnishing Company,
High Point N. C.
I Take The Courier and Get the News.
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High Art Clothing!
We have just received 50 suits of Summer Clothing at
from $8.00 to $18.00 per Buit. Great values.
Nice line White and Fancy Vests, Straw Hats, ollars.
Ties, Furnishings, Etc., cheap.
The prettiest line of Low-quartered Tan Shoes ever
displayed in Asheboro. Be sure to see them.
Very truly yours,
WOOD & MOKING.
New Goods Arriving
On Every Train.
DONT MISS SEEING HEADQUARTERS.
We have purchased an immense amount of goods and
our stock is fast assuming the appearance of a full and
complete fall stock.
A few of our recent arrivals:
52 in. Cravanette for Coat Suits and Rain Coats $1.25
38 in Plaid Suitings for girls school dresses SOcts per
52 in. Broadcloth, all colors, $1.00 per yard.
New colored Plaids for waists, 25cts per yard.
New 27 in. Silk for Shirt Waist Suits, 75c. to $1.00 per
36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, guaranteed, $1.00 per yard.
New line Flannelettes for Kimonas and dressing
Sacques just the thing for these cold mornings.
We carry the celebrated John B.
Telephone No. 7.
Ayer's Pills. Ayer'a Pills.
Ayer's Pills. Keep saying
this over and over stain.
The best laxative.
Want ywir moustache or beard
a beautiful brown er rich black ? Use
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Dress and Waist Goods!
Let us tell you something. We are receiving a nice
line of Dress and Waist Goods for Summer, Fall and Win
ter wear. These goods were bought before the advance
in prices bought right and will sell them right. "
Boys' Suits, Men's Pants, Elkin Home
Shoes, all styles and prices. We carry a full line of No
tions. We have some odds and ends in Shoes will sell
cheap. Special bargains in different lines. Come in and
we will save you money on your purchases.
Ridge, Fox & Company.
Oapt. J.W. Fry, Pres. R. R. King, Vioe. Prea. j
E. Caldwell, Jr., Secy. f
The Greensboro Life Insurance !
Organized 1905. (Legal Reserve)
$100,000 Paid Capital. S25,G0O Surplus.
Writes all ordinary foi m of policy contracts. l ,
policy is registered and securvd by Tress. Dept of State,
i!"N Pw nt ana Asiiw)ro.
Taka to Substitute.
One Dollar Per Year in Advance.