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The Asheboro Couiier
IttCI&ONiS DOLLAR A KAK
Wirt. C. HAMMER, Editor.
Foot Ml fiSNcotiilucted these da)8
id a form of prize ligting and should
be suppi eased,. . . . ......
The Wiul-loo Meviiger In
talligeoi'fr'BlwnVg bright arftl uphbj
has enllirgt-U Utau eight yage pa)er.
The -expense of inti.ugii.g the
New York Life Iiimiiuiic" Gouipui.y
lut year exceeded by two million
dollars its investment income.
The Courier recently received a
a remaikable offer from a Ciiicin
niti liou. It was an offer to send
twelve quarts of whisky if we
would insert a certain amount of
alvertisiug ojtupying a certain
space. We figured to see just what
the space would amount in cash at
the lowest price we charge anybody.
The amount was $187.50 As this
paper does not no.v and never has
inserted a liieky ad at any price we
have had i.o further correspondence.
There is a spirit of brutality pre
vailing in many sections, many
might say through the country.
The sppreseiou of hazing at the
I mted States Naval Academv at
Annapolis did not stop all cruelty,
for it has developed that duels by
list-fighting have been countenance d
and tolerated by the faculty; and
recently a midship-man, Merri
wether was killed in a list right.
At one of the northern colleges a
student was tied to the railroad
tracks and afterwards killed by a
Senator Tillman is out in an inter
view iu which he favors regulation
of railroad rates by law giving the
power to the Inter-State commerce
Commission to fix rates when com
plaint is made, securing the right to
appeal to any district, circuit or
appellate cours, or ultimately to the
I'nited States Supreme court, if
inTessary, but he favors a provision
that the rate fixed by the Com mis-
hou shall go into effect during tiie
I riulency of the appeal. Senator
Tillman sats that the opponents of
tne measure. Among other things
Senator Tillman ants: "The wvs
i f the cuttlefish aie dark and inkv
Si are those of the railroad cuttle-
i-li. Whenever the former is pur
Mied it fin Is a black fluid to be
cloud the waters and enable it to i s
cape. Kailroud opposition to rate
ieyislatioii lias lieen elliplovmg cut
t Irtish luetics to escape legislation,
out this endeavor is, in mv opinion
a tain oue, bei iiiidtf I believe an ade
quate legitlmive P iiietly will be pro-
Hied as nire us fate.
I'ublicity will be the strongest
protection and guarantee against
mistakes liy the commission. I hi
linn-light will be (reused upon it
for some years to come, parliculaily
the gleut railroad luteiests. A
tne railroad interests have expert
counsel who w ill try to pick llawg in
the decisions of the commission, and
they will also enjoy the advantage of
certain ncwspai.ir mujua which ad
vocate their policies. The shipere
il , howevi r, have no access lo the
"In the face of these facts, any
wrong that may be done any railroad
tnrougli any chance defective lt'
cisiou will be speedily righted, whil
the wrongs now endured by shippers
have virtually no means of redress,
Senator Overman will shortly in
troduce a bill in Congress to provide
fur a commission of five members
who shall employ expert assistance
at a cost of, not more than $500,000
to investigate the market condi
tion throughout the world and make
such recommendations as will aid
and promote the export of American
manufactured products; to "consider
ways and means for the enlarging
of the export trade in cotton
products and other manufactures.'
It is not intended that the commis
siou shall go into the question of
high or low tariff as it is expected
to be strictly non-partisan. The
South exports seven million bales of
cotton every year which are man a
factored icto cotton goods in En rope
aud sent back mostly to South
American countries and one of the
objects of the commission will b to
enquire into why" we should not do
this onrielvee, instead of Europe.
The necessity for such a commis-
s;on is generally recognised and it
is hoped the congress will act favor
ably oo the bill.
ftfcoa ran Mays Paew.
For several weeks tha CnnrUr
been late a dav or two. ilmint
week dne to tne fact, that oar power
press is pro rn ana tne paper
tipMa rati nff nn a hanii
nave recently ooncpleted new
ynm room ioiao ion ana are now
installing a new prem, which when
in operatioa will ma off oar entire
edition In s few kotra. - ,
With the installation of our new
press within the next few days, wo
nope to ooBsplete amuigements with
one of the atatea best newspaper
men tor a position on the paper,
who will givotha paper th bttusH
nf his practical knowledge upecially
fa tba ine Jwnical aud bniasets
L ""at and in the depart-
The annual report of the Com
missioner of Internal Revenue for
the fiscal year ending Jnne 30
1905 shows that during the past
year there were only 724 saloons in
operation as against 1,185 for two
years ago when the Watts law weut
into effect Only 817 retail liquor
dealers license were issued, nearly
100 less thau the year before.
Forty rectifiers were doing business
in the State as against T ' now
The number of wholesale liquor
dealers has fallen from 52 to 39.
Up to two years ago North Carolina
stood first in the number ot grain
listilleries having 425 while it only
has f6 now. The fruit distilleries
numbe1- 326 as agaiast 442, two
years ago, and only 298 of them iu
operation. When the Watts law
went into effect the total number
f distilleries of all kinds in the
tate was 869 as compared with
392 at the present time. Counting
the fruit distilleries wc still have
the largest number of any state
though the output is much smaller
than some other states. In tobac
co manufacturing, North Carolina
also takes the lead. There are 3
cigar 4 cigarettes and 86 lo-
b.icc factories in the State using
3 million pounds of tobacco, 2 1-2
million pounds of sugar and 3 1-2
million pounds of licorice and turn
ing out 34 million pounds of smok
ing tobacco and about 34 million
pounds of chewing tobacco in ad-
lition to 61 million cigarettes and a
large number of cigars. The State
paid into the United States treasury,
11 told, the sum of $4,994,968.
It is rumored that Hon Cba.incey
M JJepew has resigned as United
States Senator from the state of New
There was a freight wreck on the
North Carolina Midland Railroad
near Mocksville Thursday. Nine
cars were turned over and eight
more derailed. No lives were lost.
A sheboro otters unexcelled opnni
tunities for manufactures and mrr
can t' lo pursuits. The excellent
school facilitcs, low tax rate, and
many superior advantages are and
will in the near future make the
town one or the mos. prosperous
towns in the state. A number of
dwelling houses are being erected in
A sheboro and iu a few months there
will be enough houses tosupplvthe
great demand for homes. Asheboro
r.as never grown so rapidly as with
in the past year. Tne school popn
lation shows an increase in the pop'
illation of 50 per cent in a year.
Toe Goad to List Long.
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Latter from Kansas.
Editor Courier: We are glad
to get the Courier once a week. It
is a welcome visitor in our Westvrn
home every Monday morning, de
livered hy Mr Cox a' native of Ran
dolph and a brothei of the late Cy
rus Cox, mail agent on the H P & A
Railroad, who is carrier on Eudora
route No 3.
As some of our friends write us
like they thought we lived a little
lust the outside of civilization, 1
will give yon an idea as to how the
people observe Thanksgiving here.
When its convenient the people
gather at their places of worship and
hold Thanksgiving services, but as
the mercury was within 10 degrees
of zero, we preferred spending the
uay wiiu a ueignoor. At 1 1 o clock
we were comfortably wrapped and
seated in our carriage drawn by two
opinu-u cansas sieeas, and in ten
minutes we were at the beautiful
home of our neighbor, John U Gar
rett, wno has a most excellent wife,
and three interesting children. In
a few minutes the guests began to
arrive. We were all welcomed in
the parlor, around the cheering fire,
where all joined in conversation,
mingled with the prattle and laugh-
ici vi uoi'i'j uiniureu.
About three o'clock in the after
nooa we were invited into the dining
room to partake of the many good
things spread before ns. Then the
remainder of the day was spent in
conversation, music and pailor
As the last rays of the sun were
sinking behind the western horizon
the merry party joined in a hymn of
Thanksgiving, accompanied h th.
sweet tones of the organ and as the
last tone died away on the stillness
or the evening we parted with our
friends and wended onr wav home.
Thnseloaed another hmg to be
rememoerta inaDigiving day.
Mrs. K. C. W aXBORN.
TIM auaoaa an pragraan w aioelr oa the
Baaux and drag store bnildiaar. Wo wuT
havo buk ana a drag Hon tbat m a emtit
lo oor utue texra.
Mr C B Caitie kaa juet noved into hie
ww m man eeaMng.
Mr J A okaraa eee. ami Ireaennr of
Liberty Caeir Co ia boilding a oioa resideaoe
io oaat Liberty.
Est Mr t nak wbe ko beea a aaieeioaarf io
Japan few osroral Toan kao beea aeoigned
o lao Liborty eirra.it. Mr frank io aa
aUo aiiaiaoar oad wo gin kiaa a bevvy
woiome. Ba vest to kia f rat oppoiataaoot
kaa Soadey a Mt Floaial dnrcfc a lew
aoiloo aorta ol Liberty,
Mr Fraak oaa kaa faaulr an boorttinx
witk MraJ BCaoaiaSeti
Mr W 0 HxMjok, of Otoaawboro Om "H
ifu" wa ia fcnra Monaar oight east eofcd
dw tiuartr Mmnalilo Co 0 aaeo Hdo of ksaa
Oo tM yoo a Ma B gtaiaoa kot, now knya. j
A MATTER CF HEALTH
HAS E0 SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
free from slum or phoe
ROYAL BAKING POWOCR CO., NIW YORK.
Dsep Rlvtr llama.
Mr Marion Osborne, a well known eitifn
near Coltranea mills, had stolen from his
place of ImHiiu'ss some valuable tool. We
ish nun success in ins courts to capture
llev V. illte Itevnolds preached an excel
lent sermen at 1'edar Njuare last Sunday.
Miss random Mnnet's, killed a Innrteen
ild pig weighing 43")lbs.
ot lllgn toml,
eil her pa
Mrs Irene ami Xlis" Kate Craven siient
last week in ISalislmrv, visiting at Capt
rthur t railer's.
A verv impressive Thaiikuffivinc service
nas held in the Chawl, on Thursday at
eleveu o clink, hv Hev a r ll.irpatt. A
ilection was taken, for the Orphans at
J A Cariienter of Hixcoe. spi'M
Thanksgiving with her sister, Sirs J
Mr llines, of Kaison, is visiting his daugh
ter Mrs l'upl 1'arkni. Mr llines will rob
ahlv speutl the winter here.
fir anil Mrs Peacock and children have
returned from Jackson Springs, where they
have lieen sjiending a mouth. Thry are go
ing to live in High Point and will lioard
at the "Elwood."
Hev .lames Wijsoti, wite and daughter
arrived on r relay, anil are now at Ii
the West llanilelph Parsonage.
Weweregl.nl to mh die genial face of
Mr Kilgai I'oppei
Mr k li fair v
.if Tliomasville, here,
cut lo Orcenslsiru on Sun
'Klk.i Memorial service. "
-r was a meiulier of that
Mr Thomas P.
horse a few days
hurt, thoiiuh now i
Little Mis, Klii
lege is visiting In
Mrs J K Harris,
Parks X Roads Items.
sowing wheat in tli
Several people. il
tending court this
Mrs M V I'r.s
lianville, Va. whor
the ImUiile of her
.died to attend
it;is uuile sick
other .'ire v
reek, is a
Mr ( leve Kllis of llnish (
ing his I'
oiher. Mr. Mm Kill.
Miss I 'ill
ing this m
th her friend Mi
u h to I,.
lir. Mr M V llr.
nnd faiuilv uhi
to move to llamseiir a
Sehool ut this plui-e is in a prosjiei
rendition. There is a hirge attenilance
and more student a rw expected alter X
1 think we have the right man in the right
phiee for a teiieher.
Mr I'el t'oivanl and wife are visiting rela
tives ill .Moore eouiity this week.
Miss Kmun Brown of Chatham euuty i
teaehing the pnlilie se'iioo) at Kiklee th;
year. and"Mr' Itnfus llurgess is u reuula
attendant, thougli he is not a sehont auhjeet.
Ittmt From Mt Olivet.
.1 K t'pton has returtird fiom
nt High I
nt. We learn that he
'il w ith the city that he
familv there in the
issn favorahly iiiipre
is going to move I
Little Floy, the infant of Mr and Mm Iten
Ileck. who lias lieen ill is eonvuleaciHg
are glad to note.
Mr and Mrs Will ileek spent a fen davs
iu ffigh Point lat Keek purchasing furni
tun? for their new home.
Mr Job Hayes is slowly recovering from
his recent illness.
We ore pained to note the illness of M
ljuincv Ashili and that his condition doe
not seem to improve. Mr Asbill has typhoid
lever, ins oioest aungnier who has all
lieen ill is improving.
Mr Nelson Huves will move his fumilv
hia wife's father's, Mr Mean's in the near
future. Mr Hayes is an excellent citizen a
goad neighbor and an enthusiastic worker
in tne cnurcn ami we regret very much to
loose hira from our midst.
Mr Eli I.each in one of the jurors for this
week and Mr 1. 1) Sugg for next.
Mr Daniel Ijarh an aged citizen of this
conmitinitv who bas lieen blind for several
mnnthe still continues active for a man of
hie years. Some two or three yeen ago all
hie hair and beard fell out and up until a
few montha ago he had not s hair on hia
head nor beard on his face, now he baa a
tine bead of hair, also of Iwurd. Mr Leach ia
eighty-seven years old and nightly respect
ed by ail who know hint.
West Ramtour Nowt.
The Columliia Mfg Co have juat built
them a large coal shed which will be a
great convenience to their business
Rer W C Frazier preached to a large
congregation at the Holiness church Hun
Meawrs D W Kivett andlLee Iteece are
attending a protracted meeting at Flint
Springs in the western psrt of the county.
The scarlet fever excitement which was
at fever beat last Sunday, on account of the
premises of Mr C A Blair being flagnd
and roped off by the town authoritieonaa
cooled off. It waa only a case of the measles
which one of the chrMren was expecting to
nave, ana uia nan. While riiiung at
Greensboro last week the doctors wen,
we understand, pronounced it scarlet fever,
bat allowed the child brought home.
That little hoy who invented ike nVaihle.
barrelled breach loading rabbit trap is oa-
uura to a
Mr David Allen, of Bockingham, naaaed
through towa Hnatlaroa kia way to Asheboro
Bogs an dying aero almost every day.
tost of them bloadiog to dmth.
Sheriff Brewer, who doa't like to cat wood
has boaght him a coal Mora. He wants to
exchange tat remnants ot wood tor asptttooa
as he baa no fire place to seat into.
Canon Alton reports killing a wild dock
oa the river has week Which he says woakl
kan weighed 15 pntfnda.
Long Shanks wante lo a now a, when you
out of neat and kon a iek not eetti
it is any an kana to bait it, than it is to
and nttonag hogs oa Ssnday.
that then will be
Breaching at tho Apoatulie Hoiiaeao ehamb
a fatnaew. Chistmas day at 11 o'eiook A. M
and at twoo'elook P M then ohO kaa nica
Then will aioe be
pre wiling at 7 o'clock.
Willow Brook News.
Mr Will Brown and fsrnilv have moved to
Willow Brook farm. Will ia full of energy
and a good citizen.
Uapt 2 Linebernr and son, W L, of
ilillbbro, visitod relatives at Willow BruoV
farm Sunday. The captain's genial face wa
wreathed in smiles as in the days of yore
when he courted the pretty girls and firs'
voted the democratic ticket.
Mr A W Vickorv and son, Joe, made a fly
ing trip to Willow Brook farm thanksgiving
lay on a hunting expedition.
Mr Jim Barker returned a few daye ago
from Manchester where he went to rev-1 i
the sweetest pleasure of his life a fox huie
Mr A IS Callicutt's sehool ia progressing
nicely and there will be a tree at the sehool
house Saturday evening before Christinas,
Miss Alice Presnell entered school st tl,;
place Monday morning.
Messrs Hiram anil Jonah Craves paid a
flying visit to Mr Russell Williams last Sun
dav. Mr Ernest Prcasnell visited Mr Jatixu
Mr John Kearns ami aister, Misa Cora
isiled the Mlssea (iatlin Satiinlnv vro
Mr C II Sheffield was the the mm.t f l
Zono King Sunday.
mere win tie another sale at .Mr Spntrer a
place Dec i'l.
Mr Henry Hammond does aol improve any
are sorry to suy.
Miss Vellie Viincanon visited the Mkse
Don't forget the Christmas tree at Mimn.
tain sehool house Dec S3, in the evening.
Newi from Coleridge.
The health of this section is verv .,,wl .1
e had a good rain Inst Saturday night
rhieh vtas ladly needed.
Wheat is looking well.
The Enternrise Cotton Mill is mm,;,,,, n
full lime, day und night.
Mr Thos Duvis lias resigned his position in
the Holler Mill at Kuternrise anil has move.)
to the Vestal farm.
Mr Alfred Bradv takes Mr Davi.' l,o i
Mr J M Caviness is exneetlnc to ...owe l
Kuternrise in the near future. We ueleom
Mr Cavinesa to oer town.
Mr Dick Stout, the blsi-ksiiiitli l., b,,,.
some doors to bis shop which lias added
greatly to the appearance of his place of
Mr D K Davis visited Mr W V Mrav la.t
Mr Claud Davis has neeeole,! n ,.il,,,n
with Mollill A- Son in the lumber business.
Mr A T Kesnnre snrained his nrl.i
baillv last week, but is improving some.
Mr Claud Davis and .Miss Etta Philip
rent to Siler City Tuesday on business.
There will lie a weiljina in V.ntamric
Christmas. Listen for the wedding bells!
Jlr 11 w Uanl has move.1 to a new bu d
ing on Sunset Ave.
We had a iosl rain Salunlsv nighl.
llev M I. Hurley will till hie regular ap
ointment at Shiloh next Sundav.
Shiloh ki 'i.siI i very full. Mr .1 .V Caule
the princiial is liked very nmeli by all.
Mr and -Mrs S T Mollilt visited Mr and
Mrs II P Motlitt last Sunday.
Mr 11 B Murray is building a uiee residence
near Mr S T Moll'm's.
Miss Knla llray visited her parents near
tin Hill . Saturday and Sunday.
Mr .1 M Caviness' sale will lie next Satur
day. He exjieets to move to Coleridge soon.
Miss Ida Albright lias returned home
afier sjietiding some time in High
Miss Alice Motlitt. of Iowa, ia visiting
relatives near her old home.
Mrs W S Craven visited her dangl.ters in
llreensluro last neck.
Miss Maey Cox has just returned home
from visiting l.er sister 111 Ashelioro.
Mr W A Craven has just completed a nii-e
N'veral of the men in our community will
attend Ashelioro court this week.
Mi-s Daisy MoHiti visited Miss Knla Bray
Christmas will soon Is' here and presents
will Iv the onlei ol the da v.
Itev C A Wisul, our new preacher at the
M E church for the ensuing year, preached
to an appreciative nu.liem-e Sunday night.
We am glad to have Mr n ood with ns another
Misses Hell, I'.iuiiv. and.losie West have
gone to tlreeiislsiro where they will make
their future home. Mr T A Slack moved
their property Tuesday by his lightni
Mr Thos Frazier of near Stalev has moved
his family to the residence recently vacated
by Mr Kt'i Hussey on Staly St.
Mrs Fannie Garrison, who has len spend
ing several months with Mr and Mrs A U
Burgesa. returned to her home in Kayette-
ville last r nday.
Mr lireen Phillips has moved his familt
from Cedar Falls to residence So 1 on Sta
Miss Lucie Elliott, who waa on the sick
list a few davs last week has recovered.
Dr Palmer, of Gulf, visited Mr and Mrs
If A Hussell Saturday night aud Sunday.
Mrs Harriet Moffitt and son, Will, visited
Thos Moffitt near High Point last week.
Misa lxmana Ellison made a business trip
to iireensiioro one usv last weex.
Mrs ( T l-eonard, of tireenslioro, visited
her mother in the city last week.
Some of our people are attending court at
Asheboro this week.
We are glad to see Mr A II Burse sa able
to lie in his shop again after an illnes of
Mr (I C Cox killed a fine wild turkey one
day last week.
Mrs Sarah Craven was called to the bed
side of her daughter Mra Iauto McPhtrson
Mr H A Russell went to Greensboro on
Monday 011 business.
Level Croat hams.
Mesars Tliaddeua Adams and Robert C
Clark made a business trip to Greens 00 ro
Mr and Mrs H M Dsniels went to Ran-
dlevnun last Saturdsv.
Wears having a good acbool at IMval
Cross this winter with Miss lira Henley ae
Mr John Adams, of Greensboro is visit
ing his father Mr W L Adams this week
Some of onr school children attended the
Singing st Old Lmon last rndsy.
Mr Talma ge Daniel viaited at the home
of Mr W L Adams Sunday.
Miaa Emma Job visited ia Gronsboro
Mr J M rarsone visited hie sister Mra H
M Daniel Sunday.
Mr Webster Hudson has completed hia
new Souse ana moved into it.
Messrs Thadden, Clarence and Thomas
Adsnu and Talnisge Daniel visited at Mr
Joe Ihcka' last Sunday aught.
Some of onr people are attending oourt
Mr B M Danude kao returned boms from
Lnmberton N C, where he has beea working
tor ioma time,
Then will be divine service at the home
of Mr Henry Anderson next Sunday.
Mr A W Gray went to Aahebore oa boti
noes last week.
Mr Percy Siler, of Providenco towaabip
Tisiiea ia too neignnornooa of walssre
Hill a few sundaya am.
Mr Talmage Daniel visited at Mr O W
Berry o this week.
Experienced travellers hava found
great benefit by taking with then
bottle of JUr Beta Arnold's Balsam.
It cures illness caused by impure
waiter ana taaaea coanges ot climata.
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If you are in need of a good suit or a nice
over-coat it will pay you to see our stock. We
have one of the largest and best lines in the
county, and will save you money. Come to see
us; we guarantee satisfaction.
Liberty Mercantile Company,
New Goods Arriving.
My new goods are coming in every week. I am buy
ing them to sell and not to look at. A few of my
prices will convince you:
60 in. Fabyan Repellent a warm thing for 45c. per
yd. 36 in. Covert Cloth will make a handsome suit
50 cts. per yd. All wool plaid waistings in up-tvnow
colors at 50 cts. per yd. Broadcloth worth $1.00 and
$1.25 per yard my price 80 cts and $1.00 per yard.
J am headquarters for pure food groceries. High
est prices paid for country produce.
B. A. Yeargin.
Successor to Jasper Aum&n.
1.000 Pair of $1.50
to be sold at $.50 per pair. We are giving these great bar
gains to introduce our new system of fitting glasses by mail.
We sell onlv one pair to a person at this special Drice. Write
to-day. We send free our simple method of testing your
eyes at home.
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them as it did me."
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vegetable herbs, which relieves female
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proper state of health. Try
It for your trouble.
Every druggist sells
it in 91.00 Dotues. Jr
Fanner and Stockman.
C CTnr.trMFN and HAK.T1UO.
Tnree niaom, mw an t -t
to '' "-"TVuVeZ
handle, tour Inches long-,
1.9 lined, German Silver
ing fancy, out tnoro-
1 rirt.ils. the peculiar
exi.emgr.pj ... ,
we are making. We are doing
fourth page of The Courier,
offered before by any news'
COURIER, Asheboro, N. C.
Liberty, N. C
Nickle Plated Spectacles
to improve, and now 1 feel
wish to recommend K to
tavefl m wtttws. We
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aveare. mm ri e" etH
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Itching. Scabby jSkin,
and pallia In bones,
back and joints,
Bkln, Blood feel a
Klalnga and Humps
on the Bkln, Mucua
Patchea In Month,
Bore Throat, 11 m-
pots, all run down.
show what Botanic Blood
bloos para ana ncs.
body, Hair or Sjrebrowt tailing out, taao
Bataila Bind Balm, fiuaraitetd
so ears tho worst and moat deep aeated
eaaea. Heals all cores, stops all aohea and
oalns, rednoea all swelllnaa. niakea blood
pure and rich, changing the body Into a
0M Rheasistlsn, Cstarrh, Ectasia, (crehili
stops Uawklnii sud Spltttnn, Iloblnnand
fwatoalnai ourua Khenmatlvnt. Catarrh;
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.
Guns, Ammxition and Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Barbour. Virginia and High
Lewis & Winslow Hardware Company.
Winter Wear for Men Women andj
Children. . j
Fine Shoes, Good Shoes, Long Wear Shoes, ifi
Fine Clothes, Good Clothes, Clothes that jk
wear well. Ai
Dress Goods of the Latest Styles.
Everythingfor everybody at
W. J. Miller's Store.
Rock Hill Buggies.
We were talking with a gentleman a few days ago who
had used a ROCK HILL BUGGY for the past twelve years.
and he states that if he were
he would buy a ROOK HILL,
more for his money than in any other make of buggy.
Can you not be convinced of tbii fact? Call to see us
and we think we can prove the above to you and sell you a
ROOK HILL BUGGY, If you are in need, made and guaran
teed by the Rock Hill Buggy
Life is -Worth the Living
if you fit up your house
from our complete stock of
House Furnishings. .
In our Hardware Department is found Stoves,
Rangen,aHeaters, Stove-Piping and Mats, Cooking
Utensils and all other necessary adjuncts.
In our two large Furniture Stores re shown
everything from an infant rocker to the missive
sideboard or suite otf-furniture.
In our fourth store or the China and Cut Glass
Department is found one of the most beautiful
and complete lines seen any where.
Aa art aqaare that plmar the eye
A suit ol furniture that ia a joy forerer,
Aa tip-to-date range that make cooking a pleasure.
'Phone or call we are at all times awaiting your
People's House Furnishing Company,
High Point, n. c.
5MaOaagai imCftT-C. a
Take The Courier
. One Dollar Per
Bona Pains, Swellings
hl sti Ronhs. flealea. Brnntlon. Watery
Uliitorn, by giving pure, health blood to
atleoied parts. !
rnint, take Blood rUl in ud tboytvlU tiii
appear before they Uovclop into Uanoftt.
notttnio Flood EMn cn. n. it.) is picas
nnt nud safe to take. Thoroughly leitd
for B0 yean. Compound ot Pum Botanic
Jncroulents. 8trenKthii3 WorU r.tonu
cha, cures Pytpopala. Xrloo par
lar(;o bottle. Take tM dlrered. If nnf
currd when riff lit quantity U taken,
money rfund'i, pnmitt unt Free by
writing lllOfKt IliilmCo,, Atli.nu.,(ia.
ecrlbe tout trouhla, n -id rreclnl tree medi
cal nrtvlre to voib yuil Cnft. IUm eeol u
going to buy a dozen buggies
believing that he would get
Co.. Rock Hill, S. O., for sale by
and Get the News.
Year in Advance.