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Greensboro. N C.
, Dr. S. A. HENLEY.
Physician - and - Surgeon.
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Office orer Spoon 4 Redding', a tore near
standard Drug Lo.
DR. D. K. LOOKHART,
Asheboro, N. -O.
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djeatlstrj In lie l
L. M. FOX, M. D.
(Mara his prolesalcual aenrioa to the ,
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Asheboro, N. a
Da; ealla answer! from either Drug
Nioht calls from residence in front of
Bonk Fox's residence.
DR. F. A. HENLEY.
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traction, Offices First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
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Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
ance. beat oompanies represented. Offices
orer the Bank of Randolph.
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Dsvnk of RandlemoLn.
:' Randleman, N. C
Capital $12,000. Surplus, $2,000.
AocoanU received n favorable
tertni. Interest paid on saving de
posit. Directors: W K Hartsell, A N
Bulla, 8 G Newlio, W T Bryant, C
L Lindsay, N N Newlin, S Bryant,
H 0 Barker and J H Cole.
OBeoX.Pnllent. w J ARMFIELP, V-Pree
W i ABM riKLD. Jr., Cashier.
The Bank of Randolph,
JkJilxofeoxo, 2T. O.
- Capital and Surplus,
i Total Assets, over
-VIA tmnU watts, axnertanm fl
Wt (eMail um baatnwot lb. banking public and
tw aafs In aariuc w. are prepared a4 wllllnc
sox4sn4toonrciiloBiensrwy farllltf en4ao
conaiMSU, wita mn bmiihu.
Parka, Sr.. W J Armneld.W P Wood, T M
C OMcAlWer. B M Annfleld, O B Cos.
w Beading , Bent Moffitt, Thoa J Reading, 4 W
Cpl. A i fuuiVlD, Too, H Reddlug. IX
My Work Pleases!
Wkea jam wish sa eeayeVer)
As atxd as barber ever gave,
Just call oa me at mj saloon,
At laorsina-, ere or noon, X
I cat and dress the kair with ssoW
To suit the contour a Ike face.
kty rooaa is neat sad towel, oleaa, N,
Hoissora sharp and raaora keen, N.
and ererjlkiaji I think you'll Sod,
To eait th. DM. and l(ea the mind.
And all my art and skill can do,
11 joa jo call 1 11 do for you.
Vest door to Pcstoiooe,
(Near Court House. )
Thoroughly rtxmtJ and lUfarnubsd'
TeMe npplied with the best tke nwket
aids, Bates ReaaonabM,
U.". NEWSY, Prop.
A FEW STRAIGHT SHOTS.
"Mike" Is Studying the Waiters
at Federal Pit Counters-
Eyes of Outside World are
on Randolph's Court House.
Greensburrow, N C,
December, 13, 1905.
Dear Pat: We've got another bi
sensashun on hand here now. The
The drummer boy who lives over in
the "Ate," am here tco, and Rollings,
the man who-bosses the republican
party in this Stait, is a having much
sorrow an trials an tribulashuns as
to which one of 'em is goin to be
bead waiter at the f ederal pie coun
ter in this Stait, where tbete s nolh
in to do in the republican party rx
cept handin' out the p e. Since the
niggers has been disfranchized, and
the licker business in the country
bas been killed out by the Watts
law, the republicans cant do aov
things but take caie of the pie an
long as there s a republican presi
Blackbern, the drummer boy,
wants a wagoner appointed; an
Rollings, the Stait Boss, wants BIG
BOSS JEEMES re-appointed. The
mai soars ship is is a mity bin peace
of pie, and they both think that the
one that gits to hand it over the pie
counter win be bead waiter after
wards. The one that Bets to hand
over this big peace will have every
little republican pie-nun term North
uariiny a trottin at at his heels a
cryin for pie. Sich a proseshia
bamt been since Fario s armv got
drownded in the sea.
A "PRINT SHOP SCBAP."
Yon no they've srot two papers
here in Greensburrow the Indus
trial Nues, an the Weakly Tar Heel.
One of 'em is run bv the INS. an
the other'n by the OUTS. The way
they slash at each other is terrible.
If a feller dident no thev wouldent
tre ne'd be expectin' another Uettis-
kerg, or a waterlew, or a Yorktouu.
or a cat Ute, or sumthm , for its aw
ful tbe way they yap at each other.
But its been given out from "Higher
Up" that these appointments will
ant be made till after the biff term
of Federal court. I don't no why,
unless they want to see who'll es
cape the district aUrney's vigilance,
or the Federal grand jury, or sura
min', lott know its bard to and
good timber in the republican party
in this Stait timber for good
offisers an if they indite many
revenuers they wont hare enough
left to Oil tbe revenue offlses. Sum
of em think the bosses "Higher Up"
is a wattin tor tbe f ederal come to
git over, an see who escapes, but I
think they're a waiten for Mary Ann
to O K one of the candidates before
appoint in a new marshal, for when
she places her 0 K mark on a candi
date be gits a seat at the pie counter
in tnis stait.
1 wish suuibody could Bit Marv
Ann to tell, through her paper, the
Industrie! Nues, how she stands on
railroad rate legislashuu an repu
diated bonds an i.igger an pie. If
Mary Ann would speak out sooner
tbe little fellers who have to do
what she says would shut their
months and git quiet, and stop their
ppm at each other. Hut then the
eakly Tar Heel an the Industrial
Noes has got to have sumlhin to
till np their editorial colums with.
DEMOCRATIC BBOORDS VALUABLE.
Say, Pat, what are the republicans
a doin in Randolph? AH tbe orders
for Randolph republicans is sent out
from tbe BIG BOSS, who lives here
Greensburrow. Tbe orders bas
been sent out fiom here for the Ran
dolph republicans to be gittin after
the democrats about buildin vaults
in the court house, an they've been
a yappin about it already. While
the republicans, or confusioniets,
were in power they wouldent talk
about it, but now they'll jap about
it to try to git tbe democrats into
it, an then thev'll take the other
side. Most the people dont want
vaults in the court house. They
say if vaults are to be built, build
tnem in new couit house. Its aw
ful bow axoious republicans git to be
about the records in the otlises when
the democrats are in power, especial
ly after they did nothing for the
several years' they had the otfisea
dunn tbe days of confusion. Bnt
they oouldentpay the niggers around
tbe court bouse, and let every doubt-
voter be returned on the insolvent
list to git him to vote for his taxes,
an have money enough to build
vaults. They tbink because
the democrats dont do these things
that they've got money for anything
that they yap about.
A HABIT THK CURE.
Bnt back to our own sensashuo
bete in Greensburrow. I no why
sum of em dont want the old offlsers
re-appointed. They've been in so
long that they think the offisea be
long to em, and they've got moss
six inohes long on their backs now.
Its awful hard to break feller from
eatin good, rich pie when he's been
at it to long that he dont think
there's anything else to eat. But I
thick that tbe same old crowd has
got tb.e bosses on their side, and if
that's So, they'll go .in. The people
of Pennsylvany an Ohio had to vote
the democrat ticket to git the bosses
an grafters out of their way, an the
people of flortfe Uotliny Has been a
doin that way for a long time, an
ik..U . L ...It
At a meeting of the truatees of
Guilford College it was announoed
that the endowment fond has reach'
Stock Law Funds Is TarrKorlss Whir all
Dsbto Hav Basa Paid.
where all debts have been paid and
u h.l.niA in nn hand
County Treasurer, W J Miller
gives ns the following statement of
amounts due various stock law a is-
fru.ta aiViifh mn fur its tiA nnnlft ...
certain have paid all outstanding;
OOMguuoriB. nr oiuirr rcquesia
that any one who has a claim
against any of these territories, pre -
sent the same without delay for
Ceti tnil Falls,
If any one has a stock law order
against any one of the foregoing
districts not exceeding the amounts
given can get the money therefore
if presented to Mr Miller promptly
will be paid
There is an act of tbe legislature
in acts of 1901, chapters 570 au
thorizing and emoowerinir the coun
ty commissioners of Randolph when
petitioned by a majority of tbe
qualified voters in any stock law
territory in Randolph county, to
whose oredlt there has accrued by
the special taxes levied an amount
ef money over and above that which
was necessary to accomplish the
purpose for which it was limited
to order tbe treasurer of the county
to nav out such monev to whatever
purpose said petitioners may demand.
Provided that nstice of such peti
tion shall have been posted in four
(4) publio places at least thirty days
prior to tbe pr sentation of suoh
petition to the commissioners un
der this act tbe foregoing stock law
funds may be used for the extention
of schools, to repair school houses.
to improve the public roads or for
any other lawful purpose.
How ts Bs Passlar,
In either accepting or bestowing
an attention, manage aWays to make
tbe "party of tbe second part feel
that yonr act is a peauliar tribute to
Don't remark to the woman yon
are calling upon that you've been on
the war path all afternoon, and that
hers is the fifteenth call yon have
When a service has been rendered
vou don't gushingly exclaim to the
individual, "Oh, thank you; every
body has been so kind! I had no
idea before that I bad so many loyal
In answering letters, avoid men
tioning the weary magnitude of your
epistolary arrears. Itisn.t pleasant
for your correspondent, even oy im
plication to be included among bug
bears. Ho woman is llattered by the en
thusiastic annoancetnent 6f a man
that he "would do anything for the
Indies," says an Exchange. Every
thing for the "lady" would be more
to bei taste.
Don't acknowledge the acknowl
edgement of a favor with the com
mon place generality: "It is my great
est pleasure to serve my friends."
Kind something personal to say.
Receive a compliment, however
trite, to yourself or those of your
family as though tbe thing extoll
ed was a very gracious and neigh
Have your verbs of social n t -r-
course at least as far as tbe spirit
of them goes in the second persou
mstead of the third. There is a
good deal of huniau nature inmost
people, and nothing is more sooth
ing to even the wisest of ns than
to be considere l individually. Ex
MR MILLIKAN REBELLIOUS.
Informs Boss that He Desires
to Retire at Once Unless Re
appointed. The Washington correspondent of
the News and Observer, iii speaking
of the tight over the matshalship in
the' Western district says:
Mr Millikan tnld the Atiorney
General that be did not cat e to con
tinue as marshal unless given an
appointment for another Wrm. Mr
Bioouy iook me position uiai mas
much as he had drawn a salary from
the Eoverument for a term of eight
years, he owed it to the department
to continue in orace nntu nis succes
sor is named.
While his term expires Saturday,
it is probable that bis reappoint
ment will be announoed in a few
davs with the understanding that be
is to continue in office only until the
expiration of the special term of
of court which convenes in Greens
boro in January. There was a story
fan th effect that Millikan is tvaued
over his turn-down and will decline
to serve for two more months.
The Telegram says "meantime Mr
Butler is saying nothing. Will the
final outcome show bim to bare
Wa bnsv sawinff woodf and "the
visit of the Blackburn republicans
to the White Honse will probablv
have one result, if no other, and that
will be the convincing of the presi
dent that Mr Marion Better doesn't
carry North Carolina around in bis
. i as, n 1
NOTES AK9 COKKENTS.
By the E-itor. Original Say
iflQS Us Otherwise.
Bad roads are an extravagance
and contribute to the isolation of
Muddy roads are enemies to the
genu wuer ui ueiiin inc m im ui
1 . '-
This is day of fast mail service.
ASHEB(tffifrC: THURSDAY, DEC. 21, l90SFv
j Good roads facilitate tbe ever in
$121.97 creasing rural delivery.
12.08 Good roads not only add wealtk,
. but improve the social and inW
leotnai condition of the people.
One of the elements of waste it
bad roads is the wear and tear of
the horses, wagons and harness,
Where there are permanent good
roads there are better schools and
they are more generally attended.
The waste of time in hauling
through mud i often overlooked
when considering tbe value of good
It is a short-sighted and erroneous
policy to refuse to spend money for
permanent improvement of public
Isolation is said to be one of the
chief cbjections to farm life. This
can be greatly relieved by improve
ment of roads.
Dirt and shiftlessness has a ten
dency to get together. Take' the
farmer whose wagon is covered with
clay, he does not feel the pride in
keeping np his place that p
would if hii vehicles came in from
trips in better shape.
There is no reason why a farmer's
faasily should suffer solitary con
finement for several weeks of the
year, i be remedy is in tne isrmer s
own hands. By united action on
their part they could enlist help
that would bring widespread relief
within a few years.
Where there is permanant good
roads the people in town visit the
oountry of tener and the people in
tbe country go to town and mingle
with each other more. In (s,Qoanty
where there are good roads the peo
ple are in better condition every
way. They become better informed
on current events and take more in
terest in each other and give more
attention to the education of their
own and their neighbors childrso.
When President Roosevelt cane
South a gang of thieves and pick
pockets followed him" to almost
every place, because they knew there
would be large crowds. Sometimes
these oily fingered "gentry" were
caught and permitted to cough Hp
and give a cash bond for appearance
at trul. And herein is the mistake
made by our officials. A long term
in tbe penitentiary is mild enough
treatment for the disease of finger
ing other people's pockets.
The publio schools are open in
almost every district and the chil
dren have an opportunity to attend
school. It might be well to remind
them ef the importance of learning
few things well, a few books
thoroughly understood, s few arts
or one art thoroughly mastered, are,
rule, wotth more than
all the wisdom of all the ages and
philosophers crowded Into one brain.
In France, Germany, ' England
and many other countries of Europe
the roads are kept so that the
products of farms and gardens can
be easily and profitably marketed
any day in the year. North Carol.
na is now engaged in an effort to
get the better class of immigrants
from European countries. It may
be that these immigrants we are now
endeawrjoff to get into the rale
will go to those conn trie, when.
there are the best roods. This ll
reason sufficient to put our people
to work to improve the roads.
A few years ago the three gold
brick men who came to North Caro
lina to have easy work with
our unsophisticated citisenship
came to grief in their effort to tell
bogus gold bricks in exchange for
good current coin of the realnV
These men were on vie ted and sen-,
fenced to long terms in the peniten
tiary. 8inoe then the gold brick
swindlers have gives North Caro
lina a wide berth. If the gamblers
and thieves who visit the stale an
nually at the various fairs and who
are with practically nearly every
circus that visits the state were
oaught and punished in one instance
as were the gold . brick swindlers
there would he an end to the shame-'!
less condition of affairs which H
vaiU at so many places every fall.
A little activity en the part of pub
lie officials whose duty it is to look
after such matters would be keelth-
jfnl for public morals.
The rural daily mail route from
Asheboro to- Hill's Store and from
Asheboro to Brown, on last Saturday
did not make the trip. BichUiti
Creek was too high to cross- on the
rout to Brown's and Taylor's dieek
was passed fording on the route td
Ililla Store. This failure of the
snail to go on these two routes o
cars often In the winter and spring
months, and sometimes for several
days the mail cannot go. Bridges
should be built across these streams.
The ford in Richland Creek is
near the head of Humble's tnil
pond and is a deep ford at low water
it is s very narrow lord, nowever
and s bridge with proper abutment
can be built for near $100. A
bridge with proper abutments
across Taylor's creek just below the
lord would cost probably $3UU, not
more than that if built open.' The
county has no money to build cover
ed bridges across small streams, and.
it is doubtful whether covered
bridges should be built across any
stream. More bridges and cheaper
bridges is what is necessary now.
In a few years the county will be
better able to build better bridges.
Let ns have no rr-orc so called iron
bridges, they cost too much. A part
of the convicts can be more profit
ably used in building bridges in
winter, tbau in making roads.
Would it not be well to use all tbe
conuct in winter in building
Real Estate Transfer,.
Since our last issue The A'.uilk'ld
Laughliu Realty Company ' bas sold
the following lots on the Iloover
One business lot on north side
of Depot street, 20x100 ft., to W D
Spoon and C T Laughlin $600.00.
Business lot 20x100 ft, to J B
Ward on north side of Depot street
Business lot, on north side of
Depot street 24x100 f t to W F and
J H McDowell, $720.00.
Lot on Favettoville street 100x140
ft, $3,000.00, to W J Armfleld.
Lot ou Market street 45100 ft
to W F and J H McDowell, $450.00.
Lot, corner North and Market
streets, 20x80 ft, to Pugh and
100x260 ft to A Ross $750,00
Another lot to Arthur Ross, ad
joining Thomas Redding, considera
A new street opened by tbe Arm-
fleld-Laughlm Realty Company from
Depot street to Salisbury street.
through the Hoover property bas
been named North street, and tbe
street from Fayetteville to North
street laid out aoross the same
property has been named Market
IThe purchase of a piess, a folder
and a mailer are among the things
which have become necessary in or
der to get tbe Courier out on time
and so that the paper may be en
larged, In order that our subscribers
may always know just how we stand
we are going to install along wun
our new news paperpress, a nrsi
class mailing machine and tbe date
of expiration of each subscription
will be printed on tne paper rignr
after the subscribers name each
week. This will be a great con
veuence to the subscriber and will
serve as a receipt' for money paid
en the paper.
These will be pnt in by the first
of the year or soon after.
A E Poston, D W Bulla, TL
ChWholm, O C Brewer, J K Morris,
M E Hammer. Addie fctone Ui amp-
ton, J W Black. H M Robins. Wm
A Cross. Rev T S Ellington, T w
Lawrence, Samuel 5poou, W H
Glasgow. Oscar Henley, Mrs J B
Allred, M a lirown.
Harriman, Railway Magnate
Before the Committee.
Mr Harriman, the New Yoik
Railway Magnate, in his testimony
before the insurance committee said
he offered to take half the stock if
sltistied of ihe purity of Mr Ryan's
in tives. That Mr Rvau failed to
do this and he notified hint that he
would use his influence agint him.
It will be remembered that Mr Ryan
testified last week that Mr Itntri-
man, iu a very trenttons interview.
insisted that he have a part of the
Hyde stock, winch carried control
of the EquitaMe As urai.es Society,
and virtually made threats or wn t
he would do when refused.
Iced ts Prevent FrMilas,.
Aoooiding to a bulletin recently
itsaed by the Weather Bureau, tbe
same means are used in winter to
keep perishable goods from freexing
that are need in summer to keep
them from spoiling by heat. Ice
and salt will keep the car coo in
summer and in winter it keeps the
i-oar about 32 degrees at which lem
rture the average goods will not
materially damaged. Another
method is to sptay water over lbs
ear fcnd let it f reete, making the car
air-tight which stops radiation, mak
ing it o mparstively immune from
Mr David Thomas of Tabernacle
township was in Asheboro v
Many Items that Are Sure te
The Secretary of State says that
697 corporations were chartered is
tbe State last ear.
- Luther B Bynum, a Chatham
county merchant, died suddenly in
tbe Federal court room at Raleigh
' Large quantities of of mistletoe,
holly and other evergreens are being
snipped xrom tnis state to tne norm
Last Thursday night four convicts
escaped from the Moore county
stockade located about four miles
north of Carthage.
' The Lexington Mercantile Com
pany's store was burned t Lexing
ton last rndsy entailing a loss of
about $7,000 with $4,000 insurance.
Guilford county's new work house
is about complete except the beat-
ine. It is expected that prisoners
from this term of court will be sent
The Siler City Grit has sus
pended only temporarily owing to
tne illness or the editor, Mr K H
Vestal, fublication will be re
, A Kansas City grand jury has re
turned tourteen bills of indict
ment BgainBt railway officials, ship
pers and imgut agents cbarging
the giving of rebates.
According to State Superintend
entJoyner's figuies, the number of
illiterates in North Carolina has
been reduced from 166 per thousand
in ivuu to so per thousand.
Fire broke out under the picker
room or tne raicassett uotton Mill,
at Albemarle, last Friday where
mere was about uu bales of cotton
doing about $10,000 damage.
Mrs Mary C Lassiter, who lived
near ivernersvillc died Inst Suuday,
Deo 10. Mrs Lassiter was the
mother of Re' W C Lassiter, pastor
oj.mc ai r cnurcnat Liberty last
Hugh McDonald, sn Englishman,
who had a claim against the United
Stages government for $2,600,000
for cotton confiscated during the
war committed suicide in Statesville
'. Geo Hasty, ' proprietor of the
Piedmont Inn at Oafnev. S C. nhnt.
alia killed Milan llennctt, an actor,
iu dangerously wounded Abbott
avidson, also a member of the
Same company of actors.
.0 T Bowmonil, who looks so much
like Tom I.ihsoii ilut he is frequent
ly taken for him, aud who has made
and lost several fortunes following
tne au vice ot Mic Irenzied uiiuucc1,
has again lot a very large amount'
by speculation and has Income a
i'Mr Tillman sneakiuirin the senate
the other duv of President KooHevelt
said "when he sets his heart on any
thing he is absolutely blind to the
law tnd so determined to have his
owu way that he ruthlessly trampl's
under feet tbe constitution of the
Mr Hariiman in bis testimony
before tbe insurance committee last
ThuiiHluy declared the Gov Odell
got hid political influence through
his relations with nun. When he
explained certain things between
himself, Gov Higgins and Speaker
Nixonhe asked "the pess ti spare
them and not bring their mimes into
1'he Bui nine Hn-'iei e. ot' ;iii:!i
Point, were tried in Grceueboio
Superior Court hist week for main
taining a uuisMiice in keeping up so
mucn noise during their services
that-working people for half a mile
around could not sleep of nights
.rter part of tr.e testimony was in,
Solicitor Brooks consented to a nol
pros and the caie was dismissed.
It is a fine showing this state has
made educationally. During tne
past year 440 new school houses
bare been erected. For whites 386;
negroes 51; Croatan Indians 3.
The amount paid out for new school
limits was $1 70,097. Cleveland led
all the counties very far, bavins-
bnili -JH new school bouses for white
r.icv t'id one for uegro race, An
son and 'tie or two other coui.ties
each I oilt 13.
Ur Uharles Uee Mnith, who was
inaugurated as president of Mercer
University, Georgia, a few days ago
is a native of Durham, N C. He
graduated at W"ke Forest College,
North Carolina's stiptrior Baptist
College, and subsequently took bis
degree at Johns llopk'n , l.i"imnrr.
Dr Smith married a daughter of
lr W O Jones, of High Point
Ninth Carolina seems to be tbe
mother of president for big cdu
Last Friday a fast freight struck
Mrs 8usan Cavincss, a deaf mute, at
Jamestown and nearly killed he".
She was thrown twenty feet into a
ditch landing at tbe feet of Wjlltntn
H Tanderbilt and Clarrnre Mackay,
the New fork millionaires, who
were standing near their private car
which they nse as headquarters
while banting in the neighborhood.
These gentlemen went to her assist
ance sod had phys:oiau8 saimuooed
St once. Later they sent her to tbe
hospital at Hich Point with orders
that everything possible be done for
aer ana mey wonia pay toe diiis.
8 Wood (BL
Big Shoe Sale.
' '-j"We have'jtist completed
SPECUlfSALE FOR TEN DAYS.
'GOME BEFORE THE I Olpcr cent ADVANCE
which will surely'come before
Hamilton Brown's America? 7entleman,'$3.50 to$8.00. .
' " " " Lady, $3.00; one of the best on
earth. Try a pair. Also full line other styles.
Queen Quality for ladies at $2.50, 3.00 and 3.50. You
can't . fail to be pleased with style and quality of this brand.
Full liim nf Hodman Shoes. Every rmir warranted to huvn
( oi;,i .,., e,i
0 New of King Bee Shoes in vici and patent finish, $3.00 0
0 to $4.00. full line filkin shoes, Rubbers, etc., will bo shown.
a- Come at once and get well shod for winter.
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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 win make you attractive prioes
e on any tning in mat line.
I Guns, Amuuition and Sporting Goods of all kinds.
j Barbour, Virginia and High
I Point Bnggies.
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ilf you are in need of a good suit or a nice i
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 Com
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'g.
Armfield & Laughlin.
Real Estsita Dealers.
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GoLme Law Out Today.
O Guns and ammunition
0 you wish to keep up with the procession buy ot us. fcV
0 Our trade has been very heavy on this ior the 0
Q past few weeks and will continue so as long as our 0
iu w priveo iHt,
0 and will last longer in tn ever. It will pay you to buy
0 one soon, as we are expecting an advance on them.
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lie win tiuae uut xuu iwua men a line oiiuea wuiui
from $2.60 to $4.00 per pair court week. Now is your time
to get a good pair of shoes cheap. We are receiving a large
quantity of new shoes and must have room for them.
We also have other things that we will sell you bar
gains in. We will have a lot of nice Christmas goods.
Come and see us and be convinced.
Winter Wear for
Fine Shoes, Good Shoes, Lon? Wear Shoes,
Fine Clothes, Good Clothes, Clothes that
Dress Goods of the Latest Styles.
EmSrythlng for ry body at
W. J. Milter's Stora
TiflSiWT,i e Wf laii'i-1.
(1.00 Per Tear,
Moring s o
our line Jo f Shoes'and willshow tne 0
Our line! cousists of the
naiunaiD w-wn ifjai I j.
will be in demand, and it
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