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The Asheboro Courier.
Ahe or , N. C, Deo. 14, 1905,
Local and Personal.
f W.v Ki..l,
H Morris lias a ten pound bi
t bi nouee-
Tbe trustees are having the Holi
nes church painted.
' Mr IT B Slack returned from
New York Friday.
Mr b a'Painplin, of Thomasville,
spent Sundav here.
Mr M L Davis will goon complete
bM new bouse on richer Avenue.
Mis C O McAllister lnm returnc
from a visit to frieuds iu New York
Mr W L Curry, of Sninpter, S C,
was in Aflheboro Tuesday purchas'
ins; tan let.
There sre amouK thd children in
Asheboro -quite a number of emeu
Salisbury, was in
on legal business.
Miss TJlah Hayes who visited MisB
Louise mack lust week, hus return'
Little Eugene Morris who has
been quite ill with rotables is able to
be up "gain.
Rev Nixoo Rush aud wife of
Indianna preached in the Presby'
terian church Tuesday nignt.
Mr J 8 Lewis came home Mon
day from the South and will re
main bent several montns,
Wmslow purchased a dressed
beef weighing 606 pounds of Z S
Momtt Tuesday of tnis week.
Messrs R Cameron and P L
Childers, of Jones Mine, were in
Percy Mendenball, our clever
depot agent, is out again after an
illness of a week witn tonsilitis.
Mr Will Armstrong of Central
Falls, has a position until after
Christmas witb Morrn-ocarooio-
Brooks Parks of Union Township
accompanied by lit a A lien lev
went to Greensboro yesterday to see
Mr Frank Phillips hus moved in
to his new house on North Fayette
ville street recently purchased from
. Mr 0 A Pampliu, of Thomasville,
formerly agent of the Southern
Railway at this place, has been quite
ill, but is improving.
Mr .? B Vii'.naimn, i
was in town Siiturtl-iy.
Ex-shpriff K f! T.fwit.'i- v.ih in
town luct Sin in ilnv li'ti-.i ii , 'v.
Mr WO Stratford, of Ol mlmm,
was in Asheboro Sundiiy iiitc ulin;!
the funerul of his brother.
Mrs Cynthia Blair has rctiir"c"l tn
Asheboro from a three months' vWl
to Spencer tmd Ashcville.
Mrs John Pritnhett, of ltk'li
Point and Mis Charles Pritchett. of
Thomasville are vi?itiiiff tn and
Mr I M Luther, of Union town
ship, was in town vestenlav return
from ltiimsenr where lie sl'l Iiik
crop of cotton at 12 cents a pound.
Mr Frank Cameron, who wus cilli d
away from here last week, while
attending court, to tho brdsidi- of
bis sick son, reports that, he i! innch
, 1 ah in1
died at the
M - T V "I, ,
Mr E N Stout, who at one lime
lived here, has moved from f.exiii;
ton to Sanford where he hus accent
ed a position with the Cole Print, ii;j
Mrs Thud S Troy, of Atlanta,
who has been visiting Mrs 1) II Col-
left for Atlanta hint i ' i -1 1 1
Colllllllllleil In- Jll'H lOMlllS, wio
Mil tie Mrs I rov s guest lor a tune.
Mr C C Kaiidleinan, well known
n this county, has recently moved
from Clinton, SC, where he wan Siii.t
of a Cotton Mill, to Anderson, is (',
where he has accepted a similar
positiou with The Brogan Cotton
Dr S A Henley went down t'
Holly las'. Monday tn uttenil in
70th birthday anniversary ol Mrs
McDaniel, the widow Of (lie late A
H McDaniel aud mother of Mr
John McDaniel with whom lie
ives. Dr Henley guvs there wer
about 40 present and altogether tl.
gathering was a very pleasant ulTair
Mr 0 J Denny district mannce1'
for tbe dinger sowing Muchine Co'
eave the Courier a pleasant call the
other day aud informed us ho has
opened a branch oflici? here with
Mr W H Langston in charge. Mr
Denny is it Kandolpti man ns well
Mr Lungston and are both w ide
wake business men. They will no
doubt do a good business here
W I! .M
-: :i I . V "tr.ilford. '.uchsis' Special Rsporte.
I) Welwter Stratford, jed ! I have mailed blanks to public
home of j school teachers with the following
(Hi.-tuu..- o IV iirxweri-di
1'i.ve ou 'i eei'iilicate to teach
in Uni.doliih county?
Have you filed a written contract
with the f'o Snpt?
What in your monthly salary?
What is the total cost of fuel far
What, is the amount of other in
Total number of pupils enrolled
to dure (Deo 15th).
Males ; Females
Average daily attendance
If any teuchers have not reeeived
the blanks they will please make
out the report without waiting for
bliinkn, as indicated above and send
it to me promptly on tho 15th of
this month, as this information is
necessary in making application for
"State aid". Making this report
does not insure any district a four
months' school, hut it furnishes the
information necessary to get money
for Mint purpose.
i ma report will be expected on
the 15th, and teachers are urged to I
act promptly m making it. I
1 have mailed Worth Carolina Day j
prut;! limine to all the teachers.
1 he l;tw require!) eiichers to observe i
as a day ml apait for the;
i. ... . , ... v,j n nifhr Dee
Sih Mr M' tf..Hl bed been blind
fir tli.' ivii' year, but bad been in
ir..,l l.,.;illi mi to :i few hour prior
,, Ii.- 1 -i'b. m ii. i. he w-rt stricl.en
itlip Iv-fis. "isd"itli r.nme u
u ilistincl. sboe to his friends, who
h id i.o yet li Mi'ned of bis illness.
Th" fiipeiiil services were held
from the M K church. Rev N R
Uichiinlsiin ollieiiitinir, u d tho re
mains were interred in the Metho
dist, church cemetery on Sunday
Mr SMa'fui'il is survived by six
brothers Messrs W O, A S. Roliert.
V. W. Wiilcntl ami Henry Stratford,
-ol -iv children, Mis O S Donnel
Mis 1' A Men lenh-ill. Miss Minnie
Stratford mid Messrs J W, R L and
W Mi: lei, I! M llulla, 11 V
The following invitation has been
received by frieuds in Asheboro:
Mr and Mrs Joseph W Steel
announce the approaching niiirriue v-l''ir
Mr linlph Oil':;..-. :tl,i:m
TiipimIuv, lieeonilicr die twen!;.--.-.i.ili
nineteen hiimlrcil unit live'
nt their home
SteeiU, North Carolina.
Mr Charles Ross went to Lilling-
ton last Friday wheie he will have
ohanre of the Asheboro Lumber
Company's plant at that place.
Mr T H Redding has completed
bis new home on Fayettcville street.
The painters are putting on the
Mr Thaddeus Fence attended M
Randolph Superior court lust week
and was sworn in before J udgc Pee
bles as a practicing attorney.
Mr C M roi, who has been at
the University taking a course in
pharmacy was iu Asheboio yester
day visiting friends.
Rev Sam Jones, of Cartersvillc,
Ga., was on yesterday morning's
train going to Troy where be lectur
ed last niglit to the Trojans.
Mr F Redding, who has been
in Salisbury since obtaining bis
state license in pharmacy is at
home for few days.
Mr 8 R Styres and family who
left Asheboro eleven years ago
and went to Arkansas, have re
returned and located at Asheboro.
Major George Leach, of High
Point went down to West End on
his annual fox hunt yesterday, be
carried some fine specimens of fox
hounds with him. .
Dr Bonner an eye, nose and ear
specialist of Greensboro came down
to Asheboro Tuesday and drove
over to Cedar Falls to see Mr O R
Mr G H Frazier is completing
the concrete sidewalk in the block
occupied by MoCrary-Redding Hard
ware Co, W J Miller, Fox & Kearns
Ridge, Fox 4 Co and Dr Mooore's
Mr P A Mendenball, the South
ern's agent at Asheboro, has been
confined for more than week witb
tonsilitis. His condition is now
much improved and his speedy re
covery is ei pec tea. -
Little Miss Mary Hanner, of West
Virginia, is here to spend thu wiu
ter with her aunt, Mrs Allie H
Worth. She made a great many
friends hers last winter who are
glad to see her back again.
X Morris will open up a five, ten
and twenty-five cent stole on Depot
stmt miW in the spring, - or sooner
if be gets a manager for Morris
Livery stables. His advertisement is
in wis issue, iwi ii up.
Mr A R Hicks, who has been with
the McOrary.Redding Hdw Com
pany for several months moves this
week to tne ioia Mine near uanaor,
where be goes to take charge of a
bu-fe-rttail store in which a nnm-
ber ot Asheboro people arc interested.
Arthur Ross, D B McCrary and
Tom Redding bve bought out the
Company's store at the Iola Mine
in Montgomery oouoty and will
continue to ran same at the old
stand. Alton Hicks who has been
clerking for McCrarr-Redding Hdw
Co will be manager of the store for
Hol.'ister's Rocky Mountain Tta
simply liquid electricity. 1' jjocs
every part of your body, l.rmmiig
new blood, strength and new vigor
makes you well mid ke. iis von
ell. 35 cents. Asheboro Dru Co.
Mr J i Marsh, of Ili,'h Point, it
IBS Annie ( alter of Ke;ittn k
On November 2ilth 11)05, at tin
residence of Chas W Reddiii'', J I'
Miss Lnla (loins, of Trinity, X O, ti
rhomas Skeen, of Trinity, N C, 1! K
D, No 4.
lo .:!', I ! lieevis A O Sated, T
: n Amnio:. ,J I; Skeen.
n. 11 i l.t!s.-iter. A W
i!eli, 1 I) C.hriscn, Geo
..b-i.ih l-'raziei, B F
' i .-e, Manly V
vin.-v, A .1 Kii-h, II C
!!:.!, W B Scott,
, W A J .Mies, Monroe 1'
ov, I'h.i 1 1 H.ivne, .1 ( Birkhcid,
A M Fugleman, W M Parks, O J
Hei'iiv, W !! LuiLvton, J C Trotter,
ft L t'olt.ai e. Isaiah Rich, J M
Bt.-iwii. .1 Siniili, .las T Turnei',
John .1 i'urn.-i, J W Vestal. T F
Millikiiii, II f .Mollilt, Jacob Au-
maii, A I! MiHikah. Miss S 1
im, X Y Kearns, II C Cox,
i on Crauford. V I) Fox, Ibiiuc
H'lioii.-.M, Saimi'l luimpuHS, A l
Spo.n, M Henry, Mrs J M Cox,
T II l'"u I In-, D.ivid Nixon, E E
r.iH'k. Mal tha J.jlin.-oti, . I E Keurus,
V B l.a.-:sil-r.
t a Nev
FOR STOMACH, BOWKI.S, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
$1.00 per bottle, thre for $2.30. aix for $5.00.
Payne's Quick Relief Oil, 25 cents.
Pavne's riedlcal 5oap, 10c. All sold by
ASHEBORO DRUG 00.
W. A. UNDERWOOD, Randleman, N. O.
Ti e Ut'ics' Eazaar.
'i'he Bazaar nt the Arudeinv lust
Friday m'glil was a jiroiioiinced sue
'i In- ju lueijial a'tiactiins were the
f.:iic v work booth in which all kinds
of lam I Hurl; was for sale. The
Ladies' Home Journal Booth
decorated with special deoora-
tioiib .H'nt cut by the Curtis Publish-
CoiMpauy. Several subscriptions
were givcti tor this lnairazine anil
pictures were sold. The Jack Horn-
! lie was an attractive feature.
It va, tuviKtreil ill a wash tub.
iriu-li-s j roil i lovs to tin ware were
in l In- pic and for leu cents tine had
i i--.' :
study of Vorlh Carolina history.
J M WAY,
County Supt of Schools.
:.d was li.nl lief popil
n..llv tor the children.
i ami for live cents
v bis li;c!. Oysters,
'ilt'ee it 11 it camly were
uli.-l. Kpiscopul paooimge.
Utile Drops t Tar.
ple versus the Office
e fiiokcrs" are now
last desperate deal.
Ii- name opens rit- r week.
i'l;e1'i)itrlli ( lass Postmaster is
ilependaiit of graft and grafters.
Cstarrh Cannot be Cured
they cunii'.l Ti
I lhf.lliHiii'. i
aim.. mil .lix-.w . no l ii
tiik ti.ii-ruul it-m
it taken liitvriutllv. hi
hliuil mill mucins stn
Oua U not a ntiuok hkhIU-i
. Of III) lKt l.llV.U-lu
utid Is m n-ioilur iit
i nurlncin. I ho twri-ct dm
hiertHlientN In what imxluc
rtwultii In curiiiK Cutiirrh. i
K.I CHKNfY A CO. I r.
SiiM l.y HniK.'l-i. prlre i5c.
Tiiku Hill-. Kumlly 1'lllofor i
Henry Hammond, oue of the old-
eets citizens of the county, who liv
ed eight miles from Asheboro, o-.
the Troy road in Cedar Grove to.vn
slnp, died last Friday Deo (i, and
was buried at liopeweii meeting
house Saturday 7th. Mr Hammond
was aboat 70 years of age and dur
ing his lone life of strict integrity
bad made many trienus wlio win
regret very much lo hear of his
Mrs Karl Brooks, in High Point,
Dec 9tb, aged 26 years.
Mr John Bisher of Concord town
ship died suddenly lost Tuesday.
Julius Pirdue, a grandson of Mr
R Cameron and son of Alex l'enlue,
died in Tabernacle township on
Deo 9th 1905, aged 22 years. The
deceased was a bright young man
and died the death of a triumphant
Jonathan Parker, father of W II
Parker of Gray's X lloads died at
his borne on the moruirg ot tne
s no ton
a part of the spoils,
"his bait If of th
Bossism cannot be
nsscs are organized the
not. It is on aud hot.
iu one day.
WAS. M. STIEFF
of today is a surprise even to
those who know its well
earned reputation, This is
because we are producing an .
instrument which, in every
point of piano excellence,
surpasses even the best of
our former achievements.
We court investigation,
criticism and comparison
with any of the world's best
Write for booklet.
CHAS. M. STIEFF.
Manufacturer of the piano witri
the sweet tone
No 5 West Trade St., Charlotte.
C. H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
Factory, Baltimore, Md.
denial :d for decency and
Mil iiieiit of Itossis'il head-I'opiili-an
in our tanks be
!!:. let us be traitors,
diiuintsliri! and shriveled
remnant, ot the little sheet called
,e ('..in asian :'iid still m tiled from
.,' -ieii is Un king at the heel of
ai: I'm; !Ii-:ki.. Has your post-1,1.-1.
t li.t...i.-.S y.e.i a copy yet'. It.
i i" ''
r. elm. lb.
a new Ivare
Ilakola J iHi-liiellt Hi
I the proceeds divided
lie Season ui InJijrcsliori.
asoii ot itiiligestion is upon
us. Ki-di.i l!'..-iicp.-ia Cure for
iii:i'.'.--'io - Mi l .'v:pepsi:i wiil do
ev rvtl.iu . for I tie stomach that an
over-loai! .1 or o er worked stomach
can not oo for in . If. Kudo! Digests
what yi ;i gives th.- sloaiach a
list rclfves sou i toiiiatdt,. belch
in. Iie.-it-b'ti'ii. tiidigi'Siioii, etc.
Sold I v fSta- diin; Uiog Co, and J
T rn lerv.co.l, .-r'iebon. N C.
AN OLD ADAGE
A light purse U a heavy curse"
. Sickness makes a light purse.
, The. LIVER Is the seat ol nine
tenths ol all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
ad restore the actio of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Ch e tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
.T-.vo Niiw nii.:pes.
The convict force has just com
plt tnl the 1-1. bridge ever built ii
the county Ivvonil Caraway niouti
Him on Hi'' r. tei leading f rum th.
(.'oiinty Home. 'J lie using of u part
tt! least- of tn- convict force
uiiter o l.titbl l.iidms is, in our
oi.inioii. .-, -it,.-. ::, the proper direr
Ho ii bus wcjkeil well in coun-
!i, - -el;,-!,, if -:IH l-eell dell-;.
Give Your Stomach Rest.
Nothing will cure indigestion tha
doesn't digest the food, itself, and
give the stomach rest. You can't
expect that a weak stomach will re
gain its strength and get well when
it is compelled to do the full work
Miat a sound stomach should do.
You wouldn't expect a sick horse to
get well wben it is,compclleu to do
a full day's work every day of the
week, tvoilol Dyspepsia (Jure is a
perfect digc-stant and digests the
fooj regardless of the condition of
yojjr stomach. Relieves Indigestion,
Helcliintr, Sour Stomach, and all
stomach disorders. Sold by Stand
ard Drug Co and J T Underwood,
Asheboro N C.
Business Manager Wanted.
On account of my health I want to retire from the
management of the Morris Livery Stable and go into the
mercantile business where I will not be exposed to the
weather so much, and in order to do so want to sell half in
terest to some active man that is not afraid of work, who
can take full management of the stable and continue to run
it at our same old stand where we have been doing a suc
cessful business for five years. We have the most
Complete Livery Outfit In Randolph County
and this fact together with our close application to business,
and square dealings with our customers has caused us to
get the majority of the best trade of the town, therefore
we would prefer to retain half interest in the business but
retire from the management.
This is a grand opportunity for some one to get an in
terest in a good paying business, together with position as
manager of the same. Will sell on a credit of six months
with notes well secured, either personal or real estate se
curity. For further information apply to
E. G. MORRIS. Manager.
Morris Livery Stable,
Asheboro, N. C.
Wood (Si Moring s'8
" : - . - -
"We have just completed our line'of'Shoes and willlsliow the
besfand ftneaHine ever nhwn hv n.at tha very lowpsfprlceg.l Q
h!nh will BiirnlvVome before lone
O Jollnwincr makes:
A Hamilton Brown's American Gentleman,$3.50 to $5.00. Q
0 Lady, $3.00; one of the liest on 0
ft earth. Try a pair. Also full line other styles.
Queen Quality for ladies at $2.50, '3.00 and 3.50. Yon ?Z
. can't fail to be pleased with style and quality of this brand.
. Full line of flodnian Shoes. Every pair warranted 'to"'haye 3
O solid conn 'and soles. O
0 New" of King Bee Shoes in vie! and patent finish, $3.00 0
( to$4.ou. f un line KiKin nnoes, nuooers, etc., win oe snown. 0
Come at once and get well shod'f or'winter.p 0
O WOOD & MORING. O
rSPECIAL"SALE FOR TEN DAYS;
'COME BEFORE THE 10'per'cent ADVANCE
Our line.j'consists "ofthe
N. P. COX, Rich &, Moffitt,
Asheboro, N. C.
Has refitted and refurnished i
and now has one of the nicest,
cleanest and best fitted shops in
the county. (Opposite Wood &
Groceries. Notions. . .
. . .and Country Produc.
South Fayetteville Street
5000 Minks Wanted
by January lat.
Mink, small, No 1. $3,
Medium No 1, $3.50; Large,
No 1, $4- I don't sort ac
cording to color. Just so
they are No 1. Send small
lots by mail, large lots by
express. Watch this ad for
change of prices.
J D Payne, Burlington, N C.
Notices Inserted under IKIe Ke4 t em
oent word uth Ineertton.
Ad exceptional op
poriuaiiy m ot
to number of
ffetits to repirw?tit
ns In all jwru of iho
Fence whl h
rWrr COPVRIOHTS C
AnTniirn!'ii uWetrh and dwertpilon nay
fiiitcklr it- i - i'ii our oplnmn free whether an
tloiisiJiM. tt, .-iMfiit fill. HANDBOOK on PateuU
out friMt .'t RitoiirT for nccQrin patent.
i-nKMii" f -r..'ii tlirtmirh Munn st Co. recetee
tpfriat fioflff. wtiitoutchnrae, tnthe
A hniHomol lllnMmtwl wmUt. lrowt nr.
rtil.tloil t aiif m-tetition lournal. Term. 1.1
Jmr. I,.-. il... L SaMbjdlneweoealera.
M":; :o,3ib . New York
Ur.nc j .m, .s OS V St. WubMwlon, I). U.
ifeNo Limlt'l $C .
ethuation to travci fi
capital. Salary 11,07
payable w.wkly. F.xponses
AddrcM, tioorHe li I low
ltlemau of fair
ii of $250,000 '
Aslieboro, N C.
A Mliiatinu as miller in a l)urt and coro
mill. -0 years experience. Water power
preferred. Good reference. To find out
more nddre Drawer 72, W. Sanlord, N (.'.
,100,000 So 2 ap sawed shinglr for sale
at 1,50 per thousand. Apply to J C and
E Xewsom, Pinchurst, N C.
A Sii'e Lure Ut Cronr, ,
Wllfll Uflilill bIhihB SVI11iI0!1IS 'f
ciMi tlifii is no nine to experiment
with iit-w Hiiiri'.iie, no imiltpr hoiv
highly the n hv ho rwniiiin. ;n!ed.
! i i- in one juvpanition ilmt ran
1 ays be ilfpt'udoil nH)u. It bus
bei'ii in iwe for mnnv vtr and has
never Urn km l-f.iil, iz: Chain-
berlain's Ooiiirb K.t:-Mr M F
Coinpton of iMarket, '!Vus. suvs of
it, "1 have n-el ('tii'iiilKTliii's
Cough Ke i" l v. in M-vere isiM'i of
croup with i.t i hihlriMi. a:nl cm
truthfully my 'it alwt.yx citi-s pnmipr
relief." F r pale lv MhiuIihiI Ping
Co, A-hiW. I'ntg C, h ii tl W A
Underwood, l(unilkinn N O
Yon too wouM have to build
,nwr DalLS it jou wouia
;lr tlstun toresM.nsnd "in-
crouse your xwius per acre'1
by enrlchroir your sot: sr d t'eeclinr
your plants wuu lbt oiaiei-VLrkc
It hus betn tho trcmeritfits tuecess
of many luiners ail ovtr the houlb,
whosutrtvd nl wllb only s 1. w seres
andaonc-horneilow. Kow.ntt ru.lnv
these fortliiyors lor many years, these
farmers sro rich. Head 'hut they say In
ourslrusnac. ft jouretolerlorltor
send no. to f snips to 1-ny ccstof wri
plnir snd poetuiro n copy. Ue sure
ad ui for V lrglnia- srolins IsiUU
zera, aud aooopt do substltuto. ,
Virjlnla-Carollna Chemical Co.,
Itlc-hmoud. Va. Atlanta, Os.
Norl.ilk, Vs. Bsvannah, Os.
llurtsrn, N. C. Hontgomory. Ala.
hark-3ton, 8. C. Womphls. 'lenn.
Uoliimoro, Md. bhroveport. La.
Yields Per Acr
A two Morv 0 m,ni dwollinji lwuo with
I3S acres of land for n ut in two miles of
.1 T Itritiani. I
PA'.JTIKS liuving idle mouey sbould j
.;t. fnr IwitleL "A Mioniaii Inveslnient" i
protecleil liy jf700,0tl0, funds available when
needed. A.Wkw, J
Hnx 377, High 1'oinl. N C.
I will Bell al public Auciiull tit Aconite
X d on Thursday the 21-U day of. December
1905 a lot of nooda, wan s snil inenliamliso,
belonging to the linn of J A Spencer A Co.
All persona having claims against said firm
are notilicii to present them on or before
the shore dale. All (lemona owing said
firm will please make immediate payment.
This the 28lh day ot Nov. I'.Hiu. Male to
be opened at 10 o'clock.
' IIkniiv UtAN,
uri ner of J A Sie:icer ft Co.
Chickens, eggs and turkeys and
will pay the hifvst cash prices, j
Also for furs a'd h es. I
T U .tlcl'HKhtiOK.
Asheboro, N C ;
W. D. 8TEDMAN CO.
Heavy and Ncy Groceries
De Mil .St. Wiwl Side Railroad
F A MILLINERY.
We now have in stock an as
sortment of the
NEWEST AND MOST !
Will be glad to have all our
ti customers as well as new
ones call in. You will find that
it will be greatly to your interest
t buy your Millinery from us.
Mrs. E: T. Blah-.
oountrr arltcit(nf ardera for Iron
il chefttw than wood Mid will lutalifetl
profltalrleandpermanpat work. We haveinvitv
ining iiisucan not Mequaiea ma money ma
With our man r detail and low Dricea rou
replueoewry old wood fence In your city. Write
at once. No capital reqaired. Send jour app'i-
cuuun muu rcierenoe promptly.
THE STEWART IRON WORKS COMPANY,
'Dept. No. 1. Cincinnati. O., U.S. A. .
in search of money pro
d u c i n g commodities,
should stock their or
chards with our new
Prince R smark
ap p 1 e trees. Thrifty,
Btocky, of immense pro
duction and succeeding
in any soil. The finest
apple in the market to
day, receiving first prem- J
luuis csb nis itfcii d auu cx- s
positions where exhioit-
ed. rne apple tnat wul
make money for you, be
cause of its un-equalled
quality, superiority and
proved reliability. Five
acres of these trees will
net you more money
than 20 acres ot wheat
or potatoes. z
The)- Are gold llinmU agents Hi $2 T
esch. Ws can sell to you direct, cut- X
lin out the sgenu commission, we 4
paying tho freight on all orders for 1
100 trees and up as fnlloirs: 12 trees
at 98., 25 at IS.. SO at $25., 100 at
Uiri., MM at fWW., l,O0 at f37H., ;
VMO at $1000., 5,000 at 1.700, ,
rajh to arconiiany all orders. 3 '
jour old and 5 to 7 ft. high. 5o J
tr.' - should he set to t!ie acre.
W,. sro now booking for next '
i i! '!iiuient and as soon as this
enw.n's supply of graded stock is
sold .iv, ive cannot furniiib nnire mi '
til iy:ir. ;
This Is the Greatest Commer
cial of To Av
We warrant theiu and
will replace any tree that
Free of Charge.
Wo male an uuubual t.iectatty of
this new rarieiy, and extra care will
he given all Pi ince Uimitarrk Imvern.
tinier to-dav, liefnn- our Spring 'l!)06
grading is dVileted.
THE ft B. CHASE NURSERY
The Asheboro Depratment
The Stoee that Keeps Everything.
We beg to announce that pending the completion"of
our new brick block we have opened temporary quarters in
Old Jaspei Auman Stand
where we have the most complete line of
ever brought to the town of Asheboro. We can furnish
Santa Claus with any thing in his line from a tin whistle to
a complete outfit. Our line of Dolls, Tin Horns, Animals,
Toys of all kinds, fancy Glass ware tin ware and every
thing for the little folks. We have not forgotten the grown
folks either. We have any thing they may need or want
Our line of Sweet Meats and Confections is large and
there is something of all kinds and enough to go 'round.
Prompt service, polite attention, free delivery. Come
and see us.
The Asheboro Department
Store Companu, .
The Store that Keeps Everything.
Game Law Out Today. J
n : w
O Guns and ammunition will be in demand, and if
O you wish to keep up with the procession buy ot us. 9
O Our trade has been very heavy on this lor the O
( past few weeks and will continue so as long as our
Ofow prices last, '
rt GEORGE E NI3SEN WAGONS ara made better l
JJ and will last longer than ever. It will pay you to buy J
O one soon, as we are expecting an advance on them. 19
O rr (9
Q McCrary-Redding Htvrdwar c ompany. Q
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the .
proposition, in br near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office m Bank B'ld'g.
Real Estate Dealers.
wt It 111 1 r,;,i:Mtt-iPfl HiitNSiM- '"'Ml l -----
We will close out 100 pairs of Men's fine Shoes worth
from $240 to $4.00 per pair court week. Now k your time
to get a good pair of shoes cheap. We are receiving a targe
quantity of new shoes and must have room for them. '
We also Have other things that. we wul cell you bar
gains in. We will have a lot cf nice Christmas i.'oods..
Come and see us and be convinced. -
Ridge, Fox tt Oom
Ms Ann. II W.tb, j