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The Asheboro Con ier
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Wm. C. HAMMER, Editor.
Senator TilJinin isf having tin
fight of his life in support f the
South Carolina n 'jK'iisoi-. T!i.
preachers, prolulntioninM, w hit-key
men and blind tigers are all against
him. The Senator's friends s'.rr
braking on bun to win.
Gov. Glenn states that huobserud
iu uia tctcni luur ui me iew Eng
land States that prohibitory luws
are not a failure, but a success. He
states that in a city in Maine ami
ether cities visited, young- men are
growing to mauhood in dry towns
without forming the hubit of drink
ing. Mr G F Cochran of Hickory N. C.
has accepted a position with the Lex
ington Dispatch wheie hu well do
news work and wrt special indus
trial articles for that paper. M r Coch
ran is author of the "Dooley" letters
recntly published in the News and
Obarver and is a young man pos
easing fine newspaper tuleut.
Asheboro should have another fac
tory, and should have it at once, it
means money to those who have lum
ber to sell and it means employment
lor good men in the town. The Ash
boro.ElecCo. will undertake to fur
nish power for any number of facto
ries that may be established. Millions
of feot of lumber are shipped from
Asheboro every year.
Ose saw mill man in this comity
manufactured and sold two million
feetcf lnmber last year, and nearly
all of it was shipped from the coun
ty. The low price of land, cheap f u
low house rent and many other ad
vantages favor towns in tins section
as manufacturing centers.
Governor Glenn recently made an
address before the meeting of ihv
Woman g Christian Temperance
Lnion at the Presbyterian Church
at Raleigh and declared for prohi
bitioa, straight ont, and say a he
wants the people of the State to vote
on prohibition. The Governor savs
he will actually support prohibition
and if requested will stump the
Hon. H. I?. Varner, editor of the
Davidsn Dispatch and State Labot
Commissioner, has recently returned
from San Francisco, where he attend
ed the annual convention of commis
sioners of labor statistics. Mr. Var
ner as first vice president f the as
sociation acted as president during
its sessions in the absence of the
president, Hon. Carroll I). Wright.
Randleman chair factory with
Messrs Ferd Ingold and John I!.
Ferree as managers is starting off
well, lhey are making a high grade
of chairs, as good a quality and as
fine a chair as is made in the State.
With the good timber we have in
this section it is well to make it in
to a better grade of goods, and later
work the inferior grade of timber
into cheaper goods.
A reliable and trustworthy person
informed as last week that the reduc
tion in expense of conducting the
Enternal Hevinne Department in the
western district of Noith Carolina
since the indictment of Revenue
officers for extortion iu office will
more than pay all the ei peaces of
tbs Government in its effort to
ferret ont the crookedness.
We are glad to note that Mr R F
Beasley editor of the Monroe Jour
nal has declined the editorship of
Verginia Pilot of Norrfolk, it is said
that the editorship has been offered
to If r J C Cordell. We sincerely hope
both of these gentlemen will remain
in the newspaper business in this
Every now and then we sec notices
showing clearly that our bome mer
chants sell goods cheaper than they
art told in towns outside of county.
Recently a lady showed us
ampls of goods which the bad re-
oared from a large firm in another
county in the state. Withont letting
4lia liAma fnrfcnl IrnAV tk9 it mh
"ftrted oat to ascertain the price of
Si foods ia Asheboro, the first store
iht blared sh found the same goods
pricd one dollar per yard, the mer
chant living in -another town had
4 noted her the price, am dollar and
half per yard. Oar people should
do their shopping at homo, hone
tMrcuAots eaa tell yon goods cheap
r thai the Ttar oity toerohanta,
IV !) krrU that Dr Seth Ar-
;;!Js tlain is the beat known
F w'T f'-'r all Bowel Complaints,
A 1 by fc..uJrd Drug Co.
Be Sure to Use
Cream ot Tartar
Food made with alum
baking powder carries alum
to the stomach unchanged.
Scientists have positively
demonstrated this and that
such food is partly indi
gestible and unhealthful.
High Point is to get an up-to-date
The lndustial News says that Dr.
J K Stockard, who has been station
ed at T'ort Ri'verie, Hull, Massnchn
tisetts, is at home for two weeks with
1! Williams was convicted of man
slaughter in Davie county last week
fr killing Louis Laird, Jautiarv
HMh last, and sentenced to Randolph
roads for three years. The defend
ant appealed. Both were dtimk at
time of Killing.
One of the most remarkable chat
ters issued iu some time by the see
Man of suite was that today to the
Healing Springs Company, of Thom
asville. The authorized capital is
$50,01 m but the amount subscribed
is only iW. The fee for the issu
ance of th charter was vS. The
me rporators are C K Finch, M L
Jones and T ,1 Finch. Raleigh cor.
Messrs J B Vuncannon and F W
Vuiu'.inon, of West End, were in
Curthnsre Monday aud stated they
expect to put up planing mills at
Nest hiul. r.x-Mieritt r. C Lassi
ter, who now resides at Greensboro,
but operates a lumber business near
Carl'onton, was in Carthage 1 hurs-
dav. He thinks Greensboro is to be
a second Atlauta. Carthage blade.
The Eagle Burned.
(I:: Tuesday Night of this week
the Kairle Furniture r'aetoivat High
Point as liuriied. Loss 'i5,00O,
covered by insurance. The origin
of the lire was in a dry kiln.
The lo-s -o to the plant includes
machinery room, engine room, dry
kiln, a large amount of lumber and
oi her property, and a conservative
e-tiiuate place- it at jfW.OOO. with
The tinihiiiir room with a large
part of manufactured product, to-
geilicr wit u t lie ottiee, wa saved.
The .-ample room was badly dam
aged by tire and water.
The company is capitalized at
Ouo, and Mr J H Millis.of thiajilace,
is the largest stockholder.
The olliccrs are: K A Snow, pres
ident: F M I'ii kett, vice-president,
aud Charles Ra-'an, secretary and
Revival services began Sunday at
St Pauls" M E church. Rev vV M
Hagby, of High Point, is assisting
the p:i.-tor. Rev K P Green. Mr
Baifbv is an earnest worker and he
hopes to revive the spirit of piety in
our community. At the Haptist
church l!ev W H Filer has just
closed a series of meetings which
lasted a period of marly a week.
RcvhaN are also in progress this
week at the Christian church and
and Mt Lebanon M P church.
The annex which is being added
to the south side of the Central Ho
tel is quite an improvement. The
addition consists of live or six rooms.
Mr 15 H Ferguson will have his
millinery opening Oct. 11th and
12th. Mr Ferguson returned last
week from Philadelphia where he
purchased a full line of the latest
styles in fall and winter millinery.
Mrs John R Ferree aud Miss Mary
Ferree peiit Monday in High Point.
Mr and Mrs W A Underwood
visited relatives in Asheboro Sun
Mr Sebert, of Lexington, was in
town for several days last week
looking over the grounds for light
ing our town by electricity.
Unite a number of our citizens
are attending the Greensboro fair
Mrs Harris and Mrs Underwood
attended Miss Ballinger's millinery
opening at Asheboro Saturday.
Mr t A Wiles, of Greensboro,
was hre Fndav on business.
Mrs Cobb, of the graded, school
faculty, visited friends in Asheboro
Mr J II Cole nade a business trip
to Greensboro ihursday.
A JodkioM faKjttlry.
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade says be has of
ten hoard druggist inquire of cus
tomers who asked for a coogn medi
cine, whether it was wanted for a
child or an adult, and if for a child
they almost invariably reccommend
ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
The reason for this is that they
know there is no danger from it,
and that it always cares. There is
not the least danger in (riytDcr it.
and for -onghs, colds and croup it
is DBimrpassed. f or sale by blandaru
Urn g Co., xsbeboro a V and Ashe
boro Drug Co., Asheboro, N "0 and
W A Underwood, Kandlemaa N C.
It makes mo differeooe bow Umg
yon have bera eick, if fos are troahld
with indigestion, constipation, hrer
and kidney tronblea, HoUister's
lUtc.ij iiouuunn left will make you
well, 3t oeot. Afheboro luCo,
GUILFORD CO NEWS.
YcsUrday Lum St-tl.-y, of Julian,
was convicted of illicit distilling,
lie will be sentenced to-dav. Prof.
W. W. lavidson, of Gibsonville,
left Monday for Shelby, where lie
will have charge of the public
schools the ccni'iig ye:o Ernest
Causey, of High Point, who ;n re
cently i 1 e a s e d f r o m the
couniy to.ivitt force because of
ill health is iu jail again, this time
for stealing a jug of wiskey from a
man who hail come hero to intend
Federal court. The Dixie '-'hair
Company, of Trinity, will establish
a branch nt Jiili.in which will turn
out, chair stock in the rough.
Mr. W. 11. Ragan, of High Point,
principal owner and manager ut' the
company, says one or two additional
branches will be established in the
near future. Mr. K T. iSliule1, of
the Muir's chapel neighborhood,
died suddenly last Sunday morning,
lie ate his breakfast as usual uinl
died at o'clock. The funeral took
dace Monday afternoon at MuirV
chapel. Mr." Shuler was over three
score aud ten. Ho was a Confedei
ato veteran, an honest, upright citi
zen and a good neighbor. For
many years he was a familiar figure
in the Green boro Federal court,
where he served as an oiVicer.
The residence of Mr. I 1. Ayde
lette, eleven miles northea-t of the
city, was entered by burglars last
Sunday while the family were at
church. The house was ransacked
from top to bottom. Sixty-live dol
lais in cash, two pairs of shoes and
several small articles were taken.
Mr. 1. C. Aldridge, of Ilit'll Point,
was here Monday and purchased a
nice vacant let on Ashebmo Si, near
the end of the car line. He says
the High Point people are investing
freely in 'suburban" property ol
late," aud as he considers the Gate
City a little more promising than
Mechanicsville, lie put his money
here Mr. J. T. Priidon. who live?
on West Gaston street, had a buggy
demolished and a horse injured by
the collapse of a small biidge on the
Guilford College road Saturday
evening as he was returning from
his farm, the old McAdoo place,
west of town. The condition of the
small bridges along this road has
caused numerous complaints of late
and they should be attended to by
the proper authoritiis before they
furnish a basis for a h.-avy dam-ige
suit. Mr. John Prudshaw has goiu1
to Staunton, Va., 'o enter the milita
ry academy at that place. lr. J. T.
Kieves has" traded his residence ami
store property on Asheboro street to
Mr. S. S. Krown for the old Joslina
Lindley nursery place of 11. "i acres
west of town, lie will continue to
live on Asheboro street, however.
To Manufacture Organs.
High Point continue- to build
factories. The laloH i-nterpi ise of
that enterprising town is an organ
factory. The capital stock is in be
tweniv-live thousind doll .ti.
Good Roailt the Topic.
Mr.Chas. Ross, of Asheboro, was
here Saturday. He tells the Fntci
prise that the all absorbing ijiics
tion in Randolph now is "good
roads." Randolph is one of the
richest counties in the state and the
only draw back it has now are her
bad roads. Kuterptise.
Gamblers With the Show.
The Lotiisburg Times says there
were several "skin" games going on
in the side shows which exhibited
in Lotiisburg seine ten days ago in
connection with the an Amour
Show, and that the people got
"skunt." The officers of Louirhur
like many other officers nhetii
show is around, were not informed
as to the games.
We publish this item of news to
say that under the law the peoi
who play these games are enuallv
guilty with those who engineer the
Secretary T K Btuncr, of the
State 3oard of Agriculture, is urging
the fruit growers of this state 10
grow autumn fruits, sine the east
ern part of the state has made such
successful and remunerative forward
strides in the growing of early fruit
berries peaches ami grapes, in
conversation with secretary Uniner
yesterday he said: "The upper
I'eiilmont country with tew excep
tions seem to have allowed its oppor
tunities to lag. The late peach
crop is as important anil as remun
erative as the early peach crop, For
instance lust now in this city Octo
ber peaches are offered at tiftv and
sixty cents a gallon basket, $4.00 to
$4.60 a bnshel, and the demand can
not be supplied. These beautiful
oeaches are grown near Lynchburg
ia Virginia, iu nurm vuronna ine
counties of Stokes, Forsyth, Surry,
xadkin, V lines, Iredell, Alexander,
Catawba, Caldwell, Burke, McDow
ell. Henderson. Polk, Rutherford,
Cleveland. Lincoln and Gaston are
all admirably suited to the produc
tion of September and October
peaches of the hightfst type. These
late peaches are ased not only for
the table, but for canning, perserv
ing and pickling, and there is a
great demand tot them. This re
gion is also the home of the Mag
num Bon nm apple, Buckingham
and other excellent autumn fruits,
to say nothing of grapes. Every
fanner in that regioa should put
oat four or five acres in peaches
which will be sure to bring him
good money. It is an opportunity
which should not be missed, and
soch varieties of peaches) as the Fi
ber ta, stonewall Jacksoo, Ubiuese
Cling, Eatons Gold, and the San
son's October and ether good varie-
bp should be set for this purpose.
.news ana voserver.
The News ft Observer left oat
Randolph and the bill seotion of
Dan d ton which are as well adapted
rt any t-wtion bamed.
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Mi J K I'nrU in n r.
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trvr mill i . !. .1: rv rnnntv.
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:uv viiti!u Mi-5 il roving
M--r Il.!r.li nn.l lMim-i niil
lii'.ii m. iiw M.il-ry n: ihc C I ' Y;r.
UVv C A W H ii enniliirtinii i i ie- of
mcctinc in ' M E elmreli thi wcok.
A iH .i.mfnl l,..t,ir Mo.Min .""i' s .kii7,-J
at ili r.-i l.-n.- ..f Mr nn.l Mr Harris Mnr
Ipv en tin- ovoiiinn of tl:n 4ih inl, hIh-h- Mr
S'l.nnnn A Cnvr:. of linrnaliom nr.. I Mi.k
A. 1.i M nlev wr nile.l iu U holy lies of
w.'ilkrk. I!i' I' A Wood jfrrnnniiin ihi- rrr
iMiiom . The uMiii.ilaniH wrre Mr .1 1 l.:mi
U ri .iu.l Mi,h P 1 hVrree.MrVminivbnli-v
.iii.l Mi- N.iii;.i Krrnw awl Mr.Klni r.,rks
..,,.1 Mi-s Miiiuk. l h. mas. May lli. n lov
I-I I Ii-.l i,...liierau -col ilrcmn
. i'tfmtiuf Ik.i
re all llio p. In
I'orii -ll.le1 itl;;H
Mr ami Mm M I. I iv, of .Uheboro, aiien.l
r. c-rn shnHinp at ir Tha-M-MW Nuinan'i
la-t fin'lm- niclil.
Mr nn.l .ii-fiaMklin Auiiaa uiv ImIi iu
Mis Ora Vtim-aniMn lia I lli inisforlnno
lo rut her foot lat wrok.
Mr W .1 l.llin vi-iinl n.u Ij.-jiirr Sim
.l.iv .in. Vl.n lav.
Mr Ai gn laeh. of Star. viilp. Mr 1
A I 'ox la-i
F'T all KinJs of Pili-s.
To draw the liie out of a burn,
li. at a cut without leaving a scar, or
to cuie liuiis, soiw, letter, eczema
all sk;n and Seaip diseases, use
DcWitts Witch Hazel Salve. A
spccilie for blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding pile . Stops the
piin instantly and cures permanent-,
ty. Get the genuine. Sold by
Siand.ud Drug Co., J T Underwood
Frank insville Items.
Mr. .1. K. l'i,-ii I...- nuno ; fai.iilv
f,..m il..- rn.r i.-i.len.-e ol H. It.
Hr.-u-l...:.. AviitiP- l.i liie It.n .. ioi.Ioh,-,-M.i.ley
Mr. an-1 Mi- I I . I 'euiiss-juMit .iiurriai
ni;i! a-..l Sun lav villi their Aunt. Mrs. Mar'v
iv iat Sun. lav
i.-li.-.l two very
r. .I..hn ll.
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.v m..rni..c if
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vnl In- .niiilv fivin
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W. Allied l.a
r l in for l i.
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r.-lleo.l ..m i !.l
11 h w wevks
-l.-k lint ll.i-
of Tmv, ha- Ikvh
on. I- iu i lir cirv for h
S. n. ,.f ihe n-..-m!i-. t U.nU IU atieral
...I .-, v.i- m,:-.l.g of Mari-aa l.oo, at
ll.iiii.-i-.ir. Sauir.iay mr.ht.
The fourth .iiartr-rly c-inf. rfnoe of Ihr
M. K. I'imr.-h han U.-n ehat.-.-l from Iri.l.iy
liii:lit. a wh sl .lt-1 in T v:i ;mt i.Upt to
M -it: lay i.iht. Kvory 1 vly ia invn ,1
Mr. l f. Uass"ll an.l Mi- I'aiini llnio
spent Similar it!i .Mi. ml .Vrs. Tom York
on Saa.lv fro. k.
I'l-of. 1. M UVathorlya m-WI will ii(-
a play m-x: -a: nnlay n irlit at the AoaUeniy
niiiiitl V.uloy Kami. This will be vrry
i:iti.ii-:ii n:;. in-tniotive plar is suro to
pVa- ail. b-.rrv lilv is inn'Al.
TSi l iai.kliii-viil,. nnl l!.,a.lolph cottcn
m,li s!o.v Vo,lr.i-lay for tho fare ai
inT.lr.' r.. -evoral of th 0vrntivi.--jvilt
thf .lav at I . rof.riilhiro.
T a- I ranklii.-Mllo k.-IiooI ion- n.l Rata
Si ur Iti; . .0 oil l.als at I'au'.-rtir Sntur-l..y
ever.ii- al.'l h- nnal til Kranl ai'viUr !.!
won: tho soor- i-inu !' I" H
Mi--l'allf vVritfht. Urn Cx :..! I, a
A. Klli-rii loft f-r CrivnsKiro'i'iicilay nl,r
thpy will -ia.l -.:n time With Irirails to
r-. J. A. MrKhnon an J VT. II. Tip
vo ojcno.l a meat markot on It. it.
-ar t: po-l ellit-e. I'lioire lf, freli
li-h .iD-l ruosi ail kin.U of frosh meata can 1
prooiirt'd nn-1 tlipue rlever BntUmfn trill lie
plt'no. to wnit on re any lima.
Mr. S. M. Duie. of High Toinf, i in lown
IF WE C0I10 ONLY KN0J1
Stomach Trouble and Nervomncs Cared.
I-our years ago -ny general health
gave way. 1 was affected with a
distressing stomach trouble, and
could not touch solid food of any
kind. For one year I would vomit
everything 1 would swallow, even
down to medicine and water. My
stomach would not retain a thing
No one can know what 1 suffered
from weakness, dizziness shortness
of breath and nervousness. I often
felt like it wonld be so much better
if could I die and get out of my Buf
feting. Off and on I was under doc
tors' featment for three years, and
I can only say that doctors medi
cine did me no good. Then some
goad fate put one of Mrs Person's
pamphlets in my nanas, and 1 read
where so many had been cured that
were as bad off as I was. I rot uie
a bottle of the Kerned y. aud from
the very first dose I took I knew I
had struck the right thing. It was
the first medicine 1 ever took that
the first done me good. For the
tint time in a long time, I was not
nanseatcd after taking it. I conun
aid i'-, and continued to improve
until l took thirteen bottles, and it
made a perfect enre of me. It has
been a year since I wm cared, and I
know I am well. I recommend it
to everyone who baa stomach trou
ble, and to all who have r ben ma-
tism, 'as it enred my brother of
rheumatism. He tried to get me to
take it long beforo I did, but I
thought, became it will Cure rheu
matism was no reason it would care
stomach trouble. I bad no faith if1
anything; ft was as a last resort I
tried it. ilow much suffering It
would have saved tne bad I tried it
this years before!
Kswtoo, N.Clvov. 11. IOCS'
If You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There Is a Constant
Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have
Foul, Sickening Breath, That Is Catarrh.
CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.
I 111 tl;-l fowl;
cll la lh- ri
J OU lonln'X
I'attirrh lit n..( onld,
lij In liil-m-r-.',
kll'J t::;i' Ition
of appetl'e, Imllii
loeemrnl ilel lllty.i'lloev
lure it I.-
(B.n ii v,
Hntn-iie lllooil Unlm
.ih utteutlon ro on-o
During the Autumn and Winter months when aud'den
changes take place in the weather, and the constitution ia
exposed to chilling blasts which force their way through
the pores freezing the blood, Nasal Catarrh is a disease of
frequent occurrence, often presenting the most distressing
features. Payne's New Discovery cures this ailment in
its most advanced stages.
months nso I
m ami tivt'iit' -
PAYNE'S New Discovery, $1.00 & bottle, throe, S2 50.
PAYNE'S Quick Relief. 25ct3. a bottle. PAYNE'S
Medicated 5onp, 10 cla
Where uvjuio no -('t-i ial njielil, ne will aeml the lno.li. iiie, i'lliii!ea prepaiJ, on
reotfiul of prioi.
THE QUAKER HERR CO., CINCINNATI, 0.
5oicl by Asheboro Drug Co.,
V. A. Underwood, Randleman.
Ramseur Store Co.,
The Store that Sells More Goods
Than Any Other in the County.
Our Mes.-rs. Watkins and Carter have recently returned
from the Northern Markets where they purchased the
largi st, best selected stock we have ever carried. Our
I 'all and Winter display of both foreign and domestic fab-
rics are "Strictly in style" and at popular prices.
.Japanese Taffetas and Peau de Soie Silks 36 inches wide
at "idots to $1.23 per yard. Prunellas, Henriettas, Covert
Cloths -rain proof, Broad Cloth all colors, Serges, Alba
tross, Mohair, Venetians, Voiles, Etc.
LADIES' JACKETS AND RAIN COATS
We have the largest line of Indies' Jackets and Rain
Coats, all lengths, we have ever carried $3.50 to $15.00.
They are beauties. Call and see them.
Our Millinery Department is in charge of Miss Ora May
Cox, an accomplished young lady and an up-to-date Milli
ner from High Point-, who will take pleasure in showing
- you the latest styles in Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Hats.
We carry a large line of men's and boys' Clothing, Un
derwear, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Collars and Ties.. We sell
We can sell you the best suit of clothes you ever bought
for the price. Suits for $5.00 to f 18.00 very latest styles.
for men. exclusively because of their excellent style, easy
fitting and superior wearing qualities, 3.50 and $4.00.
Autograph, Southern Girl and Southland Belle Shoes for
the ladies are the best to be had for the price, $2 50, $2.00
and $1.50. "V I
Young men if you want to be in style get a louble-b roast
ed Black Suit and Woniaawalk Shoes and then watch the
ladies smile, etc - -
Yon will be politely waited upon by H. B. Carter, Chas.
B. Smith, Jas. I. Lambert, Walter F. Smith, Vaughn C.
Marley, Cecil E. Macon, A. H. Foster, Misses Pearle Fer
ree ana Ora May Cox and in stress of business W. H.
Watkins and 1. F. Craven. We intend that our customers
shall fare as well as anybody's customers.
rm;cng mpmhrnno, unci H.B.B, aendaarloh,
tir.Kllnr lloolot warm. rich, pureblooddlraot
totho mrnlytiHl uorvv, iituoua membrane
aivinff warmth and
it lliuordod, and in this
.Ina a iieifoc:, lasting cure ui
cnturrh ia ail 1(9 form.
Una firs rr..loally;rrowln(tdaaforarenl
r.-aiv ro :f or haiU of a. arlnc, try Hotanta
illnoillwlmiD.il. B ). Mont forma ot deaf
no: ii .r . -in lul iloalnena aro onued by cn
tarr'.i. r. I In rurltm catarrh by B. B. B.
ilioe i:( men and women hava bad
tlo i.-.-.--rrTooTMplet. ly r.-arort J.
liotnni ' l-.lood Ii.ilm(ll.ll.li.)lii pleaaant
nml mtc t t take. Thomirhly elert for
:!0 ven. toii"oei.l at Vnre Ilotmilo In-
I i-reri'n. Hn-iiclh. in yt rail Moinarha,
rurca o:ia. l'lce-FM per larm, oor-
tl. Tn': ,n rtlteeted. If not enreit when
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a IT ftrltlua- blood Oalm
a, menrT rernnded.
l.'.-o1hr roar troauie,
mritiuHl advlee to Bull
l.u tent In eralt-d letter.
ami tlivieml Ivl.ilily lo the comliiinn
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'Si - ven p inn. Is have Ix'en n.l.loil in tnv
1!. V. TAVI.nlt, llirknry, N. C '
we Can interest you in a
We have a full line of seasonable Hardware.
I Wo have just roceived a complete line of Harness,
double and single, and will make you attractive prices
on any thing iu that line.
I Guns, Amunition and Sporting Goods of all kinds.
I Barbour, Virginia and High
I mule S. Vf r n ln. .. la
L'ovms vu T-iii3i"w naruware wunifjmir. - g
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Winter Wear fur Men Women and ;
Fine Shoes, Good Shoos, Long Wear Shoe. -
a me uiotnes, u-ooa uiotnes, uiotnes that .
Dress Goods of the Latest Styles.
Everything for every body at
W. J. Miller's Store.
Rock Hill Buggies are a little higher in price but are bet
ter. You can get your money's worth in a ROOK HILL when
sometimes'you cannot get your money's worth in some other
THE hOOK HILL BUGGY COMPANY is situated near
by, therefore, patronize Southern enterprises.
We have a fine lot of them on hand and will bo glad for
you to call to see us.
McCrQa.ry Redding Ha.rdwa.re
Horses and Mules.
McDowell Brothers. Asheboro. N. 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,
nriMi and tfrmn. Ofnce in Bank B'ld'ff. ' -
Real Catsvte- Detxlera.
t Life is Worth the Living
if you fit up your house v
from our complete stook 6f -. .
House Furnishings, j
In our Hardware Department is found Stores, 4.
Raages"Heatrs, Stove-Piping and Mats, Cooking I
Utensils and all other necessary adjuncts-. v
. In our two large Furniture Stores are- shown 3
everything from an Uifact rock.er to the massive '
'sideboard or suite of furniture. - a
In our fourth store or
Department is found
and complete lines sees
Aa ar) aqnir ikat plfaaw lh ty
A aoil ol luirolare that i a jay ftwarar, I
, Aa ai-M-dt twaga that nlna cooiinj a pW
'Phone or call we are at all times awaiting your
command. ' . ' ii
People's House Furnishing Company, J
... ' V!'h Point, N. C. .
McDowell Bros have at their
Stables the best Oar of
Hapcac in I M iliac
IIUIOVJ UIIU IflUiVO
ever brought to Asheboro at
The mules are all extra good
size and good ages.
The horses are all good equali
ty and fine drivers.
Before buying see
the China and vw vwass
(we of the most beautiful