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WITH A BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
paper is in re to know of the wonderful
a. euro nwifl vj ar.
Ill Kilmer' teamp-
i It is the great med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century :
IdiscoTcred af teryeara
of acientific research
bv Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful, in promptly curing lame back,
trie acid, catarrh, of the bladder, and
Bright' Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
woik; and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who bava
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
find out if vouhavekidneyor bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
address to Dr. K'lmer
& o-, Binghamton,
N. "Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one
rlnllar size bottles are
sold bv all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on
i .THE CAROLINA
Guaranteed to give Entire
Satisfaction in every way.
This Htovi) luu evi'i-v Modern improvr
ment im-lmluiii ciieminn tup hh.'lf. sidi
shi-lf, kii kcr, iiiokle towel mil, nickel ktiolia,
oriumeutl hvrry move nicely polish
cd. If your merchant' dues nut sell them
stoves, write us anil we will ijimte. j-pviallt
low prices delivered von r railruail station
Lvery stove iiaranteeil. Manufactured liv
G. T. GLASCOCK & SONS,
Greensboro, N. C.
1-'t side bv Lewis , Winsloiv flilu- Co
AshelK.ro, '. C.
:':y Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Bust MoJioioa for Bui; People.
F.-lnp Golden Health and Rratstd Visor.
'eeitlc for Constipation. Inillfrmtlon. I.Its
i.tney TronMes. I'inipl-'-t. I-V.-oms, Impure
I. Ha l Hrealh. Kltnrcir-li Mo v.-u. Heailachf
'Weknehs. It's Itocky Mintnin Tea In tab-'..r-ii.
s." cent it b... i. -inline mada by
i NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
A. M. PRESNELL,
Blacksmith and General
I manufacture Timber Wheels,
repair Buggies and Wagons, Shoe
Horses and do a general repair btts-inea-s.
Second hand buggies always
on hund at bargains.
When in Asheboro see nie. Shop
buck of McDowell's livery stables.
A. M. rUKSNELL.
Quicker and better
ami will run longer without loosening than is
possible when set the old war.
U ill giw juat the desired amount of dish
lothewrwel. No gneea work about it. N
burnt or charred felloe surfaces to was
way and loosen the tire
We tet Them Cold.
No "team sad water soaked felloe surfaces
to shrink away and loosen the tire, no burnt
punt to nolnoe. We do not OVER DISH
or UNDER DISH.
., We guaranty work and refund jour money
if rot aatiaiaokory. Come and see the n.
hiHS m operation.
: HUGH J. BUBNS,
Fruit Paper Frea I
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THE DRINK HABIT.
Joe Reece Describes the Won
derful Effect of Prohibition
in the State Generally and
The Old Nkk. Williams Company
is in a bad way, even with an appeal
and a new trial granted. Cder the
Wat is law it must go out of bust
ness on January 1st. Of ronrse the
plant could be moved to some point
io Virginia or elsewhere, b'Jrt if the
judgment given in1 "the reiietal
Court stands there will belittle to
move. The nav of lawyers and wit'
oca fees for the Old Nick side will
also 1 considerable, while the cost
of appeal, brief, etc, will make,-a
snug little gum, Surely law cants
come hgh, especially one or tnig
It looks I'ke the days of whiskey
making in North Carolina me end
ed. The blockader can of course
lo business, but it is risky. Pub
lic sentiment is not what it used to
be and there are few localities where
it is safe to try it. Years ago there
was a feeling that ones personal
liberty was being interferred with
by the government and instead of
reporting a blockader those living
near did all they rould to shield
him. Those who were opposed to
not only the making of liiiuor, but
of violating the law, were afraid t
sav anything. In this day it is
different; publio sentiment has
changed and by degrees the traffic
is growing smaller. The business
world has had much to do with this.
For a long time the railway com
panies of the country have said that
no man could work for them and
make a practice of drinking, no
matter if he was one of the nev
get-drunk kind. Every large cor
poration has adopted practically
the same plan; the danger of alco
holic stimulants as a beverage has
been taught in the schools, publfc
and private, and the rising genera
tion bits been taught to shun liquor,
And thus year by year the drink
tmlt has been growing smaller.
't may not be generally known,
but in 18U5 on to 1H,G when the
population of Greensboro was less
chan 2,U0U, there were thirteen sa
loons in the place nnd they thrived.
With a population ten times
great there wore only twelve when
they were closed last January. It
was a subject of remark that for
the size of the city and the number
or saloons, we had a most sober lot
of people. Public opinion hud
much to do with this. If as manv
people drank liiiuor a year ago as
di I in the seventies, the town would
not have held the drunks. The
evidence is conclusive on this point.
1 tacts cannot be disputed,
What is better, there bids fair to be
n loss drinking in the future.
tleai thinkiu', decisive action
vim and vigor of bodv and mind, th
nurklcof life, conies to all who use
Ilolhater s Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents Tea or Tablets. Asheboro
The latest sensation here was the
attempt last night by Mr and Mrs
.Miirion Cobb s big ot liernard dog.
Sampson, to commit suicide, and bis
sad death this mormng. Sampson
whs a great favorite mound the
Benbow Hotel. Intelligent, hand
some, friendly and kind to all, he
hud all mentis am! no enemies.
Die regret at his death is universal.
List night be laid down oa the
street car track. Seeiug the huge
obstruction, the conductor slowed
up and sounded his alarm, but to
no purpose, as the object refused to
move lne car was stopped, and
discovering it to be Sampson, he
was bodily lifted from the track,
and he slowly walked away.
1 Ater another car bad the same
experience with him. His master
being notified of his actions sent and
hud the dog placed in a comfortable
room, where be seemed restless and
discontented all night. This morning
Mr Cobb gave him a small dose of
whiskey, and in ten minutes Sattin-
son had given up the ghoet. '
three weeks ago the uuilrord
Benbow steward, Mr Henry Cobb,
to whom Saapson was peculiarly
devoted, left Greensboro and the dog
has been inconsolable ever since,
finding rest only to-day. Greens
boro Cor News and Observer.
Ths Vain tl Quail to LaaS Owasra.
The Department of Agriculture
has issued an interesting bulletin on
the quails of the United States that
tends to correct some popular errors
regarding "bob white," and is
strong plea for his preservation as
an ally ot tbe farmer.
A thorough study of the bird has
been made by tbe department with
out finding; any evidence that it is
harmful to crops. It does not trouble
and eats weed seeds and bugs miun
oai to crops. It prefers weed and
don not eat wheat and corn if it
can get sumach, ragweed and bay
A clow calculation was made bv
the department of the number of
bob whites in Virginia and North
Carolina, the total approximating
324,820. it is stated that from s long
series of experiments that the craw
of lac bird Hold about one naif an
oonoe, of which fully ftODer cent it
weed seed. At this rate, irom Sep
tember 1st to April 30th in Virgin
ia sad North Carolina sJom the
birds eat 8,341 tons of weed seeds.
Ths department urges) all land
owner: to realise the valoa of tbe
quail. It ssys that witk proper
MuageMot some farms of 600 to
1,000 acres wouid ywld more rev
enue xrom bm w bites tban from
poultry. It ta estimated that be-
taren SOO.000 and 400,000 norts-
mea go eat rota the citiea tmh fall
to boat the bob whitauuid thin, of
course, tr-gs a nf -mwa, Mt
of wbioh gat to tbe farmer.
Nortb O-oHo it Ve favorite resort
of a --ii vuusj fef the sportsmen.
W 'srtrt "penal t
Now to Plant a Tree.
1. Many persons plant a tree as
they would a post. The novice in
planting must consider that a tree
is a living, nicely organized produc
tion, as certainly effected by good
treatment as au animal. Many au
orchard of trees rudely thrust into
the ground, struggles half a dozen
years against the adverse condition
before it recovers.
2. In planting au orchard, let the
ground be made mellow by repeated
plowing. For a tree of moderate
size, the hole should be dug three
feet in diameter and twelve to twenty
inches deep. 1 urn over the soil sev
eral times. In every instance the
hole must be large enough to admit
all the roots easily without bending.
and the roots should go in the hole
us they grew in the nursery. They
should all be straight and not cramp
ed in masses. Shorten- aud pare
smoothly with a knife any bruised or
broken roots. Uold the tree up
right while another perron, nutkiig
the soil tine gradually distributes it
among the root. Shuke the tree
gently while the tilling is goiug on.
Hie main secret lies m caretully
filliug the mold, so that every root,
and even the smallest ii lire, may meet
the soil; and to secure this, let the
operator, with his hand spread out
the small roots and till in the earth
uicelv every one Nine tenths of the
deaths by transplanting arise from
the hollows left among the roots of
the trees bv a rapid and careless
mode of shoveling the earth among
3. When the hole is two thirds
full pour a pail or two of water.
This will settle the soil and till up
vacancies that remain. Wait until
the water has sunk away and then
till up the hole, pressing the earth
moderately around the tree with
the foot. The moist earth, being
coveicd bv the loose surface soil,
will retaiu its humidity for a long
time. Indeed, we rarely ever find
it necessary to water again after
planting in this way, aud a little
muck or litter placed around the
tree upon the newly moved soil will
reuder it oiiite unnecessary. Fre
quently surface watering is Lightly
injurious, as it causes the top of
the soil to bake so hard us to pre
vent the access of light and air.
both of which, in a certain degree,
are absolutely necessary.
4. Pbint same depth that the
tree grew in nursery.
5. If vour soil is positively bad
remove it from the hole and substi
tute a cart load or two of good gar
den mould or similar rich soil and
manure. Po not forget that plant
must have food.
Do not plant in soils that stay
et during a large portion of the
year, trees will not grow in sous
under-la.'il with pipe clay. J an
Livdi.ey in Progressive Farmer.
Mixico Learning from tht United Stilti.
Tbe studv of English is compul
sory in the Mexican public schools,
Every year Mxico sends to the
tutted states a nmuber of scnool
teachers to study American peda
gogic methods. A great mauy
Mexican children are being educated
in the schools and colleges of this
couutry, where formerly tliey were
sent to Europe. The number of
Mexican visitots to tbe lulled
States aud the number of American
visitors to Mexico is increasing every
year. It is said that i ucatecaus
know Aew lork better than Ihecity
of Mexico, and that west const Mexi
cans are more at home in San Fran
cisco than in their own capital city.
I bus, each vear the American way
of living is taking a deeper bold on
the Mexican people.
1 he vice-president of Mexico and
announced successor of President
Diaz is very much Americanized in
his ideas. In fact, he might easily be
mistaken for a plain, shrewd Ameri
can business man for his appearance,
manner, and methods. He has always
been exceedingly friendly toward
Ameiicans. As governor of the
state of Sonora, he en sou raged them
to invest in enterprises in bis stale
and to settle therein. lie spared no
effart in seeing that their lives,
property, and civil rights were pro
tected. He is well informed about
the United States, and is a student
of English. He has three daught
ers in school at San . Francisco, nnd
is educating all of his children in
I he United States. From "The
Americanization of Mexico," by
Edwaid M Conley, in the American
Monthly Iteview of Reviews for
The dry goods store of Mrs L
r ink. at ftuliabury, was practically
destroyed by fire last Wednesday,
causing a loss of $13,000 to the stock
of goods uml about 4.000 to
the building. There was $8,000 in
surance on the stock of goods.
The Southern Railway is progress
ing rapidly with the work of doable
tracking. Grading between Pomona
and High 1 oint has just been finish
ed and bids am advertised for s part
of the High Point Linwood link,
a part of which contract has already
been let. This work when completed
will relieve the freight congestion
which has been very great on the
Danville division which extends
from Monroe, Va, to Spencer, N C.
The seventy-fifth Baptist State
(Convention -was in session at Kaleiga
last week. Xoe convention was
largely attended and the showing
male by the different reports very
gratifying.' Corresponding Secreta
ry Linngston Johnson in bis report
Said that where the convention mot
in Raleigh in 1844 there were fifty
one delegate, twenty-three chnrches
and $1,323 raised for missions. To
day there are 600 delegates, 1,16
churches with 184.333 members and
$94,095 raised for State, Uoose and
Foreign ' Miswioas. Jr or ta- first
time' in ten years, The State Mission
Board "begins the Mew Year' with
out a ceut of debt." Mocrt Mosey
was raited for-1 ft different works of
of the ehweh which are prospering
and grew in as never' before. W S
Jintem. of fcalejgh, was lfct4 presi-
di-aL- ' . - -" . :
Grip Qakkly knocked Oat.
, ''Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather- both my wife and
myself contracted severe colds which
speedily developed into the worst
kind of lagrippe with all its misera
ble symptoms, says Mr J S Egleston
of Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees
and joints aching, muscles sore, head
stopped up, eyes and nose rutning,
With alternate spells of chills and
fever.- We began using Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy, aidintr the 'same
with a dose of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets, and by its
liberal use soon completely, knocked
gut the gripp." These Tablets pro
mote a healthy action of the bowls,
liver and kidneys which is always
beneficial when the system is con
gested by a-old or attack of the grip.
For side" by Standard Drug Co, Ash
boro Drug Co and W A Underwood,
Itandlemau N C
The road overseers should imme
diately put the roads in good condi
tion before the hard winter begins.
Rates via Seaboard account of Christ
The SEABOAKI) bsgs to announce that
during die Christmas Holiday they will par
ticipate iu the wile of tickets fit reduced rates
under the following rules and regulationa.
FOR THE rUBLIC.
Hate of one and one-third first class tares,
plus twenty-live (25) cents, (minimum rate
tifty (.50) centH) to all poiota cast of the
Mississippi and .South of the Ohio and .rot0
niuc Kivers, including Washington, 1 0 aud
to St Louis, Mo and intermediate points on
the Frisco System, Louisville and Nashville
It ft Illinois Central It It, Mobile and Ohio
It It and the Southern Kailnav.
Ihites of sale: Ieceinber 2Sr, MtIi,25th.
:S0t!i and 31st 1905 and Januurr 1st, l'J0C,
Final Limit: Continuous passage in each
direction huul limit January 4th, I'.nm.
FUlt STC DENTS AND TEACHERS,
For teachers and students of schools aud
collects, same rales will apply as sli
alwve, to points in the territory of tl.e South
eastern raasengcr Association, ou presenta
tion ami surrender of certificates signed by
the cMiiienntcmtent, 1 'ruin pal or 1'resiucnt
of the School or College.
For teachers and students rate of one fare
anil one-third for the rouud trip will also aiv
ply to jninta in ihe territory of the Southwest
ern Excursion Bureau and Western l'asseoger
Association i e.all pointsin I exas, Arkansas,
Indiuii Territory, Iklahoma Territory, Kan
sas and t -oloratlo, east of anu including len
ver. Col and Cheyenne, Wvo up to Chicago,
I'eoria aud St 1 jmis, .Mo, and to all points in
the territory of Ihe Central t'assenger Associ
ation, i e. all points North of the Ohio and
lVtoimic Rivers la-tween a line drawn from
St i .onis to Chicago on the West, and from
Hulhilo through Salamanca, N 1 I'lttsliurg,
I'a Wheeling and l'arkersburg, W Va on the
Eust.) RATES TO THESE POINTS WILL
NOT AIT1.Y TO TEACHERS OR STU-
HF.XTSOF PIIEl'ARATORY, I'l'HI.IC OR
lilt; I SCHOOLS.
Pates of sale: liccemlier l'lh to 2ltb
Filial Limit: Continuous nassago in
each direction final limit January 8th, ItKKI,
I 11 liAt 1 1, i r A.
Raleigh, N C.
Do not be deoolverl bv those who ad
vertise a $60.00 tawing Machine for
120.00. This kind of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from $15.00 to (18.00.
Wf MARC A VB It TV
THE HEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determine the strpusrth or
weakness of rawing Machines. The
Double Feed combine)! with other
strong uoinu makes the cr Heme
me Dent ocwing jtiaciiiue to buy.
WO manufacture aud prices before purchasing
THE HEW BORE SEWIKE liSHIHE CO.
S Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 111, Atlanta, Oa,
HI. Ioul,Ma., Dallas,Tez.,8an Kraneloo,CM
roa alc v
W C Hammond C 8 C of Randolph Couuty, N C
tills ta to notifr all pemnna havliis claim
affalrut aald estate to present ihm to the under-
J 1. Lull
Clnrk of (he 8ti wrtor )ourt ot Randolph countv.
Ail peraona navina ciaima aaaiosi aaia aw
T notlned to present tliora to the undenlaiisd.
iluty verified, on or before the oth day of Decem
ber IMS or IhU notice will be pleaded In bar of
their recovery and all persons owl us aaM estate
are hereby uotihed lomake Immediate settlement.
Having qualified ai admin intra tor u the eatsw
of T J Wreun. deceawd. before W C Hammond,
Clerk of the Hupcrior Court of Randolph county.
All perwma having claim, aiolnst said estate are
her ltoa, or thli uotice will be pleaded In bar of
This Uth day of Nsrwmbar ISSi
iSn'dolS'Siilat,''' tk.Surlor Court.
L X amlth, widow of J B Smith, dee'd.
ORDKl OF rUBMCATION.
o nusmv i bo aie 10 uic vbsob of me iiera cl
th Sopertor Court of Randolph county, that
Oolnaious galtfe, TIMen fttnith Kmnte Smith,
Anna nlth; IMla Sails ana tary Valla, deleav
sajasi m taa aners entttieai spectat procttdto.
s( tbe Ooart that
meet ot dower ta laufl. iTltia la tnis connty, la
whtok laid aefeadiwla have an Interna as Win
at mw of i B Hmita. deceased, who died la said
Oooaty tn the month of September m,
l H Unrefoiia ardetwl. Utat anclee ti atiU
acnoa an pnmsnea oooa a tst sir soar week
hi toe Asneboio courier, a e"Mm subtlaned
ht RaednJiM eounty. sreti nr farth she titla of
wmncAiim.tMsurBomaf thsaaaae, sad reqofe-
"m Mia weifiiavna K appear as me tim-Rt
of ttm Merk of Ut Superior Court ear Randolpk
emii.ty on iaaaary 6h lags, and answer sr de
mar to Mm newuoa of ths ptontia; as Mas ml Mi
- W C HJtVKOrm.
Clerk Sgperlor Own Ssndqfrisi Omavty,
IMs Horeaatiet SMiiSis,
ntrlnc naf'fint aa aSiiilirlil.iilin m
tatefltJona Crsea lleuml, Meed W f!
Hmrnt. Ctot of Ue tiperiac C mrl n( Raa
("Xtntr. ,iHto BMlfj all Mnewa kar.
ins: eHga scan ths mil enuiie e preaefrt
ben a or twh.re U SS l-v of 2Mvhef. lu,a
or tits. toTUoe will h piean ta bar of maorerT
ferwat'ti sad &,.. a f
Oxydonor builds up the stysk'm b
oxygen through the prvu 01 thv k' i
Id i the entire syntem and nmk tu
Oxygen la Life's Noes( y
well fflM with t, mn live- tn I .
nxrdonor will benefltor chukp 'Ii.
Kheumvtln, Sciatic NnuruU
DyHpereila. all nervouii Dluwn b
male Complaint, etc.
Dr. U. BancheACo.,
80 many of our family have been -irk
Thrwe on whom I usivl the, Oxydim r i
having but one Ozydon tr. Tue to q
Khali always regret the use of roeditin- I
1 have found irreat benefit from thi 11
caw of Kheumatihin which torn never r ' r:
In our family. Kerectfully,
Cut! or aend for our brnik
261 F.fth 4 '
H the InvenU;
1,000 Pair of $1.50 NiJde Plated Spectacles
to be sold at $.50 per pair. V.: tie giving these great bar
gains to introduce our new svstem of fitting glasses by mail.
We sell only one pair to a per on at this special price. vVrite
to-day. We send free our simple method of testing your
eyes at home.
THE RAPPORT OPTICAL CO., Durham, N. C.
Clubbing Offer too
SEVEN PAPERS ONE YEAR.
All for $1.50 in Advance. I
SEVEN PAPERS ONE YEAR.
The Courier, regular price - - $1.00
Southern Agriculturist - - .50
Southern Fruit Grower - - .50
Southe'rn Fancier (Poultry) - .50
The Central West .... .50
National Fruit Grower - - - .50
Home Magazine - - - - 1.00
Our nrice for the seven
I Five Papers all for
The Courier, The Central West,
The Home Magazine, The Woman's Magazine,
The National Fruit Grower
These two propositions are the best offers ever marlt
by a North Carolina paper or by any other newspaper for ( 1
the money. ;
Nothing like it was ever offered before and we give
fair notice of the privilege of withdrawing this remarkable i ?
offer at any time, as we only have a limited number of sub- ?
scriptions to these large and popular journals and maga- i i
The reason that we give notice that we will withdraw ! ;:
the proposition without notice is because we only have a :
limited number of subscriptions of several of these maga- ?
zmes at our atsposai at the prices named.
Remember, by Paying Only 50 Cents
to our regular subscription price, paying a
year in advance, you get the seven papers
each a whole year or pay up all back dues and
one dollar for a full year in advance and
you may have the benefit of the second
Address or call on
w -14 pac.'-s t
216 varintk'S el' Fruit,
ing of each:'! hr.lf-tone
Send SOrts. tor L-jok (pujt-paiJ)
book bv vail within GO days and
Rebate Ticket with $12 order for
payment on your order and yuu kkep ti:k book fr-e. WE PAY THE FREIGHT.
J Afrac,! weekly and want more home and trarjling salesmen. OtTtlT
raj VOoIl not. Surk Bro's, lOltsaMI, ., stlastk.lsws, fiydtrvHIr, Art.
Capital Stock $30,000
RALEIGH, N. C
TBE8B SCHOOLS OtVR the world' best In
College tn North Carolina. Poalttous guaranteed,
inoir lauai iDicrweiion. we ainn team r)ooiseeping, Hnoruiantl, Penmaiualp, bf mall. Head
for Home study rales. Write tndar fur our Catalogue. rffera and HUcft KndoneraSBta. They are
tree. Address, KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. -
To have happy home you must have children, as
they are great happy-home-makers. If a weak woman, you
can be made strong enough to bear healthy children, with
little pain or discomfort to yourself, by taking
A Building Tonic For Women.
It will case away all your pain, reduce Inflammation,
cure kiucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovarian trouble,
disordered menses, backache, headache etc, and make
childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
At , every drug store in i.co bottles.
'WRITE liS A LETTER
Pn asMe at! shaMfty sn4 write sa
r wires "it iiaaarf, atrtcteM eonS-
reoa, a- as ail rear avnmoms
sd trmsa, Wewtlt send free ajtviea
fa p.ta, Matted esTetope), bi.w (
ispMteal.' Address: Lariica' Sd'iwwy
X 1 ' :.-TN,.,ai at4waas U.
I CS. sa lass.
t ul means. It 0 Ues the abw-rbtion of
n lunar, thua itrenutheu-
n limit but when the blood ta
l of health.
!iy if-t-tt e itt any n-d onuble Mage.
.itirrh. Hay Ktver, liidifrethm,
, Liver mid Kiduey disease, Fe-
. m in
i C.i. N. C. April Uth, 19U6.
bnrtly needed another Oxydonor.
1 -r n i l to resort to medical aid
tiieli.-nf one 01 onr haute. I
iiiutl tifver be forced to call another
MK8, J. W. OILLPM.
'ill p inn of the world. M
'-h vtihiHhle inform- 9
v i r.i Ciiy.
Good to Last Long.
is onlv $1.G0. or we will nonr! ft
One Year for $1:
COURIER, Asheboro, N. C,
x 1 J iiicho.4; il paces sbowiim in natural colors
with concise description and season of ripen
views of Nurseries. Orchards. Packinc Houses. etc.
and Rebate Ticket permitting! return of
v.o rofur.-l ."iV. Or. mail us with Is 1 Tear,
nuraon - ativi !; ui'.d we will credit 11.00 In part
f CHARLOTTE, N. C
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modern Biuiuel Education. Oldest Bualnraa
hacked by written contract. No vacatttai.
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Plant Winchester Trees
33 years of fair dealing have built our Nurci-iYs from a
few acres to a MAMMOTH plant of over 700 acres. We
can successfully accept and fill orders from 100 to 100,000
or more trees. Our mode ef packing: insures you to get
our trees in fine condition. Our specialties are
Apple Peach Pear Cherry
Budded and Grafted Pecan Trees,
We have thousands of pleased customers. Write ;for'!
SOUTHERN NURSEPY CO ,
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SPECIAL CHRiSTMAS OFFER. !
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PAY FOR IT AFTER JANUARY Ul.
A dozen of the fiimoui
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231 N. Howard SL, Baltimore, Maryland
bths deslr for work or piny. ri'ItoaflMi1
brum, bright eyes und fw..-. i ;:-t;n(u
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by cleansing all disorders from t !icysteiu.
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Three T'mes the
Value of Any Other-
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The only Sewing Machine
that does not fail in any
Rotary Motion and Ball
Bearings make it the light
est running machine in the
Agents wanted in un
Send for circulars and
WHEELER & WILSON MfG (4).
For sale by McCrary-Redding
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Tennessee Wholesale Nurseries.
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No agents traveled, but sell direct to planters
at wholesale prices. Absolutely free from dis
ease and true to name. Write for catalogue and
prices before placing your order elsewhere. We
guarantee our stock to be true to name. Largest
Peach Nursery in the World. Address
Oapt. J, W. Fry, Pres. R. R. Kingt Vice. Pres.
E. Caldwell, Jr., Secy. -
- - Organized 1905. (Legal Reserve)
CiOO.COO raid Capital . $25,000 Surplus.
Writes all ordinary forma of ! contracts. Each
plicy ia registered and secured by Treas. Di'pt cf State.
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