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ASHEBORO. N. C, THURSDAY, ' JANUARY 4, 1906.
Lea is In Beth
The Great blessing to
Saves life often and is the
Doctor ever at hand,
Prevents ant KelicveH lli.-se Midilen and
dangerous Disowns like iniigii'. ion can
have vnur ntonpv lock if not Irue. Also
curee sore tlirodi, rlnwl mid bead oW".
burns and milling., ami n a I'omfort to
Conatimtimt fciilTeroin. 25 cm nt PruR
Stores and Dealers or sent hy mail for 30 ctn
GreensEoro. N C.
Dr. S. A. HENLLY,
Physician - and - Surgeon,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Office over Spoon
Standard Drug Co.
A tlt'dilinc'H ittore
DR. D. K. LOCKHART,
Asheboro, N. 0.
offlces hiiiihh. JSamtol
OVIB THK BANK. Hill KH. 4pmioj
L. M. FOX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Offer his prnfewionnl aervfee to the
cittseua oCAnheboro'und Rurrouudlus
oommunity. Offices At Residence
J. V. HUNTER, M. D.,
Asheboro, N. O.
Day calls answered from either Drug
Night cbIIb from residence in front of
Bunk Fox's residence.
DR. F. A. HENLEY,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Nitrous Oxt ond Oxy
for paiiil em Ex-
Offices First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
A C MCALISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
ance. The. best companies repres
over the Bank of Ilnndolph.
S Bryant, President J. H. Cole, Cashier
Dank of R.andlema.n,
Randleman, N. C
Capital $12,000. Surplus, $2,000.
Accounts received on favorable
terms. Interest puid on savings de
posits. Directors: W K Hurtsell, A N
Bulla, S 0 Newlin, W T Bryant, C
L Lindsay, N N Newlin, S Bryant,
H 0 Barker and J II Cole.
O K OOX, President. W J ARMFlKI.li, V-Pre.
W J ARMF1KLD, Jr., Cashier.
The Bank of Randolph,
tVlxa"bX", iT. C.
Capital aud Surplus,
Total Assets, over
Wltta ample smew, eiperlrnce and protection,
we solicit the tuinn nt the bankiim public and
feel sale In iyiii e are prepared and willing
as extend to our cumomen.
nan Park., Sr., W 1 ArmflpM.W p wood, P B
BlaiTM. C C McAlixter. K M Armnuld. O K Cox,
w v y
FOR STATE FORESTER.
Divide State Between Randolph
and Chatham $5,C00,CC0
Annually is Available in
Mr Alfred Gaskill of llie Fores
try Division of the United States
Department of Agriculture made an
address before the Kttleigh Chauiher
of Commerce on Tuesday night of
lust week. He urged the iinporlai j
of a State Forester, i
As an iilustratiou of the value of
the wood lots of the .State, Mr Oas
kill srid that dividing4he State with
a line running between Chatham
und Randulph. there were over seven- i
teen unlfioii acres t forests, mill
that this area could tie nide to pm
duce aniiiiallv wo liiiU'HYil fee'.
board measure to the aeie, mid this
sold at $2 50 per one thousand,
would gtve an amitial and peinihii
eut income to l he fnrnioi of that
section ot over j,000.000, Thii
could be done with the creation of
the office of Slate Forester, who
would make it his btisn-.ess to cilu-
cate the farmers how to preserve und
utilize lo the best ndvnntUL'C this
great wealth which is uow going to
waste, llesaiutnat tne iaiionti
Forestry Association was teady to
eiveeverv aid to this woik.
$1,700,000 Exclusive of Special Leviej ipent !
In Stale During Part Year. j
North fiaroliim last vear, applied!
to its common svsteni, exclusive of !
special levies of taxes and districts, !
a million and a half dollars, besides
the $200,000 which it appropriates
directly from the treusury to the
needy public schools. 1 be appro
priation to the University this year
was $70,000; that for the JNoiuial
and Industrial College at Greens
boro for women, SlOO.sny, of which
$80,000 was to replace the burnt
building; and $54,000 was given to
thp Agricultural and Mechanical
College at Raleigh, and $19,5000 to
that for the colored race at Greens
boro, Iu the case of these two
colleges the appropriations of the
Uuited States is included, this be
ing $17,500 to the white college
and $7,500 to the colored one.
The total amount of the appro
priation this Tear by the Slate for
the care of the insane is $375,035, 1
to the blind school at Kaleigh and
that for the deaf-mutes at Morgan
ton, both of which institutions are
for white, and to the deaf-mute and
blind institution for negroes at Ka
leigh the appropriation is $115,000.
The school for deaf-mutes and
blind are up to date in this respect
they accommodate all who apply
for admission, and are really built
for some Years ahead.
MACHINE TO SHINE SHOES -
Winston-Salem Man Hat Invented A Ma
china to Shins Shoes Automatically.
Eleven years ugo E F Liueback.
practical machinist, a resident of
Winston-Salem, conceived the idea
of polishing shoes by electricity.
hor these years air Liifback has
been slowly developing his ideas by
constant experiment. There are
three fundamental motions in the
The machine is operated auto
matically hy dropping a nickel in
the slot which turns iu the electric
current and sets in motion the six
teen brushes of the machine, which
cleans and polishes the shoes in
about 58 seconds. 1 he machine
stops automatically when the shoes
The brushes used in polishing
the shoes make 2.500 revolutions a
minute, and thus gives a better
friction and polish than any hand
SHOT COLORED BOY.
Glann Burge'l. Formerly of Liberty. Claimed
He Fired Rifle at t Bird.
Glenn Buigess, sou of W D Bur
gess, of High Point, shot and proba
bly fatally wounded Will White, col
ored boy, while in a woods in the
northwestern part of that own Tues
day of last week.
The boy was shot with a 22 cali
bre rifle and the ball entered near
the heart. The Burgess boy claims
it was accidental; that he shot at a
bird aud did not see the negro.
Mr Burgess formerly lived at Lib
erty. Many Birds, Faw Walnut.
Libeity, Randolph county, has
been shipping so many botes of wal
nnt kernels thW"6easoa, Go-Var-den
Weatlierlv ha smelt
rat. Upon intestigation disoor
eretrfrTiit id an express box oi avirj
walnuts, there are packed a very
oreat manv uartridires. i nese were
being snippea out oi mo
nir.r, tn the came law. There
suit has been the conflscatiou of
many exprVs packages, and the
.ti7d conviction of four
protweuw u n,,.- I
smppe auu uu
Denied hy Mr McPhertoi.
Capt McPherson, of Franklinville
requesUthat The Courier publish
that no distillery has been operated
in, bis honse. The Courier d m so
with pleasure. The facto al ot find,
ine the apparatus, keg. jug, etc
. l-' ' u . UnPhamnrt. werei
ained from Deputy Sheriff J MJ
wer. The duwuierr wi n.
nd in operation, and Mr MoPber-
aays there was no
yer had been operated.
WHi't'i .' :N Mffi il C i.ot.iNA.
Notable Dtcrssse fn Dullness at Compared
T lY- s,.
The report of the Couiuii-sioller of
Internal Revenue ghotvit it great de
crease in the whiskey ImMncsH in
JNorth laMina. I ht report show
that forth i..r ending June. 30th
19i5, there ut-it- uiily t'H i-aloous in
IN or Ui (Jl"li'iu, as com
pared ih a ',.!! ,.f 1,18.'
'-. ,-u' i n vmi.- l.i ii .In- Watts
law 1 1 1 iuui operation. Lust vent
license were issued tu 817 retail
litjtiijr lleiU-h. a tlifliue of Hear!)
, in upc
g.i 4.1 ceo' liters wen
in. ik I iiere are 27.
'eut. rs ! U-e
i 4r.-) ,iis
... v , .isi in tt.e State;
" t'" '' i"
I I lie number of
fruit .ii-i.u . .. ,.. .
f'm 4i,:i .: i
. . '! I'dllced
.: in i Hum
"i m- i . 'i - "in.
'';" ui in.i tf .
ol; hie. . e
were 3S)-i in u nui i '.o-j the
, numliei of trmt distilleries.
I It may not e ceuer.illv knowu.
j but it U ueverthelejis a fact, Ni th
.'-'""" "!- una iniuni" inis treat
reduenni' in nri! i.'-l'.
.' "'"'' than i other Mate
After the brst ot Jauuarv m ;nv
other grain iliiilleiieg will go out of
, ousiiiess under llie nam lull.
FRANKLINTON'S NEW PASTOR.
Rv N E Coltrana Leavet a Hoit of Friondt
Hev N E C'ollrai.e and familj
moved to Fraiikliiiton yesterday.
Mr Coltrauc lias been pastor of
Sinithliel'l Methodist church tor
three years, and the people here,
irrespective of denomination, regret
to nave tn ui leave us. When he
came the SmithSeld church had
cervices two Sunday in each month.
Two years ago Nmii.ulielil wa.
made a station and hi nee that time
Mr Coltrane has given his full
time to the chinch here. During
these two years the church ha'
made great progress along all lines
Mr Coltrane is it good preacher, a
good pastor and a g.iod man. Ite
and his family have made many
strong friends here whose best
wishes will attend them wherever
they may go. Sinitlifleld Herald
Rev Mi Coltrane formerly lived
iu Liberty township and is a broth
er of the late Dr Coltrane.
Mrs Burrow, wife of Mr N M
Burrow, of Asheboro received n beau
tiful old-fashioned home spuu and
home made gingham or plaid di-a.
Mrs Moore raised the cotton and
spun the warp und filling with he'
own hands la-fore the Civil war,
nearly- fifty years ago, and woe and
made the dress then. Mrs Moore
jiickcd the coitou and aid the card
ing aud spilling at night. The
dress has been kept all these years
and luia never beeu worn. The
goods are of u fine texture and
look like the finest of giughani.
MR.J. E.MARTIN KILLED.
Victim of Auto Wrack at Flushing. L. I.
Antlcipated Hunting at "Fairview"
Mr Jninea K Martin, i f "
York Crtv brother- i. in of Mr
W Gould Brnkaw, who own tin
hunting preserve known as "Fair
view", fourteen miles from Aislie
boro, and who was killed in an auto-i
mobile accident neur Flm-hing, L
1. yesterday, uus oue of a party
couiiiiing to Randolph !tisf. we k.
for a big hunting trip. Mr Bro
kaw had a puny ui twenty-live
made up and t h y expected to spend
the olidas Ivuinug pheasani,
deer and quail.
GOES TO SEE RQLLINS.
Ma Grant Attempts to Patch Up tha Differ
ences between tha Different Factions.
Mayor H L Grant, clerk of ill"
United States Court for the ivittcni
District went to Asheville Wednes
day and the report that he went for
a conference with State Chairman
Rollins lends color to the statement
that efforts are being made lo heat
the breach between ibe Blackburn
and Rollins factious. The LKuervcr
"In f ct it was stated last week,
and or good au'Hority, I bat men
hifh in sua) council, ot the Hepulili
catt part? would shortly take tbeir
way to Washington for a uonfereticc
wits President uooserelt, with the
purpose of reconciling the factions
aud endiLg the fight,"
McClure's Magazine says
the income of John
fth. current .year is forty million
dollars oomes from his stock' in the
.Standard Oil Company. This is
more tnau three times the income
if the Czar of Russia and more than
lialf the entire fortune of England's
richest nobleman, the Dokeof West-
ins ter. A man gifted with figures
ys it represents the comtiiued
average wealth of 40,000 Americans
d the average annual accumula
tion of 1,000,000. -
iTuf J A Hivins, forinerly-snuer
U fended of Ashelxiro fublic
t t Tu-dv Wednesihiy
i wvtisy friends here.
ANDERSON MAKES SERIOUS
Makes oensational Attack on
MR MOODY IN MASSACHU
State Senator H 8 Anderson Writes a Utter
Widen Appears in Ceataln Elements
Truth -An Offliuu Admits "Oharfrt r
Washington, D C, Dec 27 The
ariaiiiiiment of Attorney-General
Moody by former state eon a tor An
d rsou for gratuitously taking the
p.in ot Hie defendants in thi sin
zh' against Chairman Rolliu
o h. r organisation leaders, has
created a genuine stir.
Att ii'uey-Ueneral Moodr is in Mw
en-. Ite.nii J at the Department of
.-.lift.- ml one wohld talk witb
lc nee to the letter. That it has
n received und will be turned
to the AMoraey-general for h
lo '.i il inspection there is no room
The charges oontained in the let
ter, especially those relating to the
'A .-si, Asheville postolnoe are so
v. and eeiious that in the opinion
it many people here, they oall for
Congressional action, and if the
Administration ignores them, it is
almost eertain that a resolution will
be introduced in the Senate, de
manding a fall feciUl of all the
facts. The North Carolina Senators
will be forced to take notice of the
West Asheville situation when the
iptintirientof Major W W Rollins
as poaimasw at Asheville comes np
THE CASE OF JAKE. KAY
If all the facts hate been told,' the
I appointment of Jake Ray, as assist
ant in the West Asheville office and
bis transfer here, which resulted in
the evasion ot the civil service ex
uminatiou regulations will be aired
to such an extent in Congress that;
the Administration will be foiced to
take notice of this particular phase
of the Radical row in the State.
The claim is made that the situation
with respect to Kay's apjxiintmcnt,
is really worse than portrayed by
Aiidereou, Not only did Ray receive
f 400, as salary in an onio that had
previously paid only $100. per year,
but the statement is made that the
postmaster was also given a salary
of $300 a year over his protest
The opponents of Postmaster Rollins
tre very busy, aud it is apparent
they will recite his connection with
tu Incident to tbe members of the
Semite committee 03 postofflces and
THOUGHT THE CHARGES TRUE.
Aii effort to get the facts with
ference t the West Asheville in
cident front the I'ostotlicc Depart
ment was unsuccessful. Utucials
there said it was contrary to custom
t make p ublic matters of this kind
One official was frank enough to ad
mit that the charges are probably
tiue; "for said he, "'George W
Bearers, indicted chief of salaries
aud allowauces in the depaitment
r -lining things, with a high
hand at this time." ..
Tiie opinion is freely expressed
thai the Administration will,, not
take notice of this ugly situation in
North Carolina, unless forced to do
so, as the result of publicity 'coming
through Congressional channels.
llie rreident who has already de
nounced Anderson iu strong lan
guage, lias seldom it ever iu nis me
ud mi tied that be erred aud it is not
thought that be will voluntarily do
so in this instance. It is certain
that the Attorney-General will not
take actiou without consulting Mr
UiMiM-velt, Col V 8 Lusk, of Ashe
ville, who is here, declares that his
visit relates to legal and not political
matters. He says tha he is not
taking part in the Republican scrap
iu the Mate, though be is against
the third termers.
Ex-Goveruor D L Russell ! who
has been to Raltimoie to consult his
physician spent the day here. The
t. inner Governor was accompanied
iiv bis nephew, Major D R Johnfon.
lie is not in good health. Tom
I'ence, Washington Cor. News aud
Remsdy lor Dlpthsrla.
Diptheiia is getting to be a very
common, aud is a very d.mgerous
disease Simple remedie i .nicthiie
nrov more rffective than bought
medicines. Every family in whichJ
there are children, should nave a
remedy at hand. We give one that
has been tried aal cured when other
remedies failed. It is grated pinV
pple, such as you can bay in grocerj
stores. When the oh Id has the dis
ease give the pineapple to it and fit
it eat it. Give a apoouf ul of it fre
quently. There) is something in th'f
acid that kills the germ and cuts the
phlegm loose. It will do no barm to
try it. Hickory Times Mercury, j
Mr W F Norman, manager of The
Snow Lumber Company, at Mt
Gilead. baa in.ov.id to High Point
und will 'ravel for the Snow Lum
ber I'ompuny. A Mr McAnley will
succeed Mr Norman at Mt Gilead
in tbe management of the Snow
Lumber Co's business. ,
D M Hill and Richard Rogers, of
Saxon Hill, and J F Stone, of Crowd
Anchor, Sonth Carolin i, were stinck
bv a fast train on tho Southern ml
Spartanburg S O Dee 26th and in-
Mr O W Billiard, of Worthyille,
Thirty -Three Couples Secured License During
Last Month. .
Register of Deeds J P Boroughs
issned tbe following nianiago license
tor the month of December)
J M E.der to Miss Minnie &
nedy, both of Trinity.
J M Hinshaw lo Miss Elda All
red, both of Central Falls.
Cephas Cranford to Miss Mvrtl
Browoi Tillman Dennis to Miss Ella
Russell) D I Sink to Miss Mary
fvans; Mr T A Nance to Miss Ellen
Nance; W M Parsons to Miss Maude
Coble, all of Randleman.
A H Wood del I to Miss Emma
Allen; N M Martin to Miss Sarah L
Allred, all of Ramseur.
G W Parks, of Hallieon, to Miss
Matilda black, of Pisgah.
Frank L Andrews, of Mt Gilead
toMi&GiaE Kearns, of Trinity
' W H Smith, of Guilford county
5 atiaa iimiu vooie, oi Liioeny.
Jerry Smith to Miss Ida Curtis,
both ot Liberty.
C M Keeling, Central Falls, to
Mrs Martha Cagle, of Why Not.
A H- Macon to Miss Minnie D
Mofflr, both of Moffltt.-
William Cox, of Kansas, to Miss
Ida lavis, of rJmpire.
E L.Wood to Miss Ida V uncanon
W J Jarrell, of High Point, to
miss marj a uinsnaw, oi wortn
yilli'. James H Klvett. of Asheboro, to
Miss Sallie ftunce, of Salem Church.
Mr John Swaiui. of Liberty, to
Miss bailie Curtis, of Gray s Chapel
r A Moore, of Good Snrinir. to
Miss Mattie Swaim, of Randleman,
J . Lowe, of Hollv. to Miss
Meta Macon, of Kemp Mills.
James Hinshaw to Miss Minnie
Redding, and A R Lollin to Miss
Nannie Stevenson, all of Asheboro.
G B Collins to Miss Emma Routh.
both of Grays Chapel.
W 11 ulin. of Central Falls, to
Mies Mattie Russell, of Asheboro,
J i Steed, of Farmer, to Miss
Leona Sprinkle, of Jacksons Creek
J U Hurley, of Montgomery coun
ty, to Miss Amanda Hall, of Eleazer.
S U Coble, of Fronkl usv e. to
Miss Jesse Lnugbuu. of Stalev.
W Check to Miss Annie Davis.
both ot Coleridge.
W u JN uncanon to Miss xMena
Pfesnell, both of Seagrave.
V U Brooks, ot Katuseur. to Miss
Cora I ugh, of Asheboro.
Dellr.ialor for January.
The Delineator begins the New
Tear with manv feAtures of lltemrv
excellence Of particular interest
is an article by Postmaster-Ueueral
Cortelyou, describing woman's
place and share of work in the
postal service. The article iu the
Safe food series Is devoted to a
discussion of the real value of
glucose as a food product. Cicilia
l.ottu8 gives impressions of "Ophe
lia a character which she acted with
suecess, and N Hudson Moore writes
Old-Fashioned Beds". "The
President of (Juex". Helen M Wins
low's club story, is continued, a
serious note being c-.ild labor.
he education of the child is the
subject of it thoughtful paper ty
r Grace r Murry.
VIOLATION OF LIQUOR LAWS.
B Farrington Placed Under
$1,000 Bond by Judge Ward.
T B Farrington, of Sumner
township, Guilford co toly who bus
been a notorious violator of the li
quor law, and ha. given much
trouble in Guitf..nl and Randolph
for the last year or two, was tried
recently at Greensboro, and sen
tenced to twelve months on the
county roads. An appeal was
taken and judge Ward renin red a
$1,000 bond. He is vet to be tried
on the charge of burning Isaac
oiauiey a oam,
Onions for P. eumonla.
The following lemedv is going
the lounds of the papers aiid said t"
be a good remedy for pneumonia:
Take six "r ten onions, according
to the size, chop fine, put iu a large
spider on it hot fire, theu sdd the
same quantity of rye meal and vine
gar enough to form a thick paste.
Stir thoroughly, letting simmer five
or ten minutes. Then put iu a
cotton bag large enough lo cover the
lubgs and apply to the client us hot
as tbe patient can bear. In ubout
ten minutes apply unotber, and thus
continue by reheating the poultices.
In a few hours tbe patient a ill lw
otit of 'danger. . -
It is said thiil tbia remedy has
never failed to effect a cure. From
.three tn four applications usually
are all that ars needed to start t he
perspiration freely from tho chest.
The remedy is said to have been
originated by a New England physi
ciau, who achieved great success
through the application of simple
' Pneumonia is adisease which calls
for the constant care of a competent
physician and one should be in ut
tVudanoe, but occasionally a simple
remedy will help oiiderfully in the
first stages or in the absence of the
family doctor. .
m cS h Ji'1 W M Brady. E "O Stua.t,
criminal assault on the wife of n S J 'I'o1' M V'cKS'nJ f
n.u.i uu:ii. i.i
white farmer in the Island Creek -Vi. " "ru"J"- "-'
section of Dnplin Connty was shot'? A rhorD,bnr h
Tr"f ' " " ?Cmi MS i ff , a
FOR THE TABLE.
That Interest Housekeepers.
Only young chickens are suitable
for brciling. Draw the chicken
and split it down the back, wash
clean, lay it on the board anu Dreaic
down the breast bone by pressing
with the rolling pin, put
double wire broiler, season with salt
and broil over a clear fire, presenting
the inside to the fire first Paste
With melted lbutter while brolmg
and serve as stiou as done.
Put two tablespooufuls of buttci
in a chafing dish or frying pan,' and
melt. When it is bubbliug-hot lay
in twenty oysteis that have been
lifted from the liquor. None of the
liquor should go in with them
Cook until tbe oysters ruffle about
three minutes. Add one halt tea
spoonful of salt and a dash of
cay en no pepper, squeeze in the
juice of a lemon and serve at once
on bol buttered toast.
Enolimi Meat Pie.
The old way of making "English
m -at pie" is to take finely chopped
cold beef, put in a deep baking dish
a layer or tne niear, siew iignuy
with breadcrumbs, seasou nightly
witb salt, pepper, butter and a few
drops of onion juice; repent the pro
cess uutil the disli is full or your
meaf used up. Ponr over it a cup
of stock or gravy, or, lacking these.
hot water with a tesspoontui ot
butter melted in it; on top a good
layer of breadcrumbs should be put
aud seasoned aud dotted with but
ter. Cover and bake lr If an hour:
remove the cover and brown.
s Cbeam Pie.
To make the crust of this con
fection, tuke three eggs, one cupful
of sugar, one cupful of Hour, one
third of a teaspoonful of soda, and
one teaspoonful of cream tartur.
Beat the whites and yolks well sep
arately; stir all together quickly as
possible, and bake In two pans (if
rather small if lurge use only one),
the batter three-quarters of an inch
thick. For the cream, take two
sud a half cupfuls of sweet milk,
four even tab.espooufuls of sugar,
two tablespooufuls of Hour und one
Boil this a few moments until
hits thickened, and flavor with
anillu or lemon. When the crust
s cold split it and pour the custard
between. This cake is much im
proved with a boiled icing.
Two pounds of lean beef, one quart
f apples, three cuptuls of raisins,
one-half pound of citron, one-fourth
cupful i f ciiml'c I iiriiiL'e peel, one-
alf cni, Iul nt monisms, gialcd rind
und Juice of one lemon, two tea-
stiooiifuls of cult, otic I) i f leitMioon-
ful of clous, uue-bulr i-uptlil of
andv, one round of suet, one rup-
ful of ciiiTiiiitH, niic-foui th cupful
of candied fi nil, one-foui th cupful
f culidied lemon eel, oue cupful
of sugar) grated rind and juice of
ie orange, one tousjloollfnl cf cill
union, one half teasiioonful of all-"
spice, one halt' cupful of sherry.
Chop the bref and suet very hue
and mix. Add the chopped apples.
(I the niisins, chop the candied
uitf, candied lemon und orange
peel, and slice the citron. Add to
the meat and stlet with the currants,
spices and salt. Mix and add the
sugar, iiiolu8es, lemon and orange
; when ifcell mixed, add the
inly, sherry and cider.
Subscr slions Paid.
The following fi lends of the
Courier have subscribed or renewed
their subscription since o.i: last
R L Clark, T G Coble, T W
Parks, Rev E J Poe, J C Lowder
milk, Mrs C C Hardin, W J Allen,
J E Hepler, Roddy Fields, J 11
Craven, Mike York. K Graves, W
C HhiiiuioihI, II II Potigun, J C
Hammer, S S l'ortei, Mrs t) G
Gray, S Dowdy, -W W Brady, M S
Brown, J M Pounds C H Julian,
W L Adams, John Sellars, V ,
Church, D S Hoover, A V Stedimn
N B Curtis, R L Birkhead, J li
Smith, J P Barrett, J T Thomas,
V W Birkhead, P A Williams, R
Aumnn, E LowdernulK, R L Al
bight. FC Hollady, K W Lench
O A Campbell, M E Brown, AS
I'uu'l M Small, W II Orimu, H
P Jn'Minon, Heicnles Gold and Cop
per ( ... .i J tiammonn, Hi t: lu
sher, S R Richardson, B Deatou,
L M Russell, T T Vuncannon, Kcv
J Rlmtton, J F Coltrane, W.JI
Moser, James Martindate, Isajtc
Ronth, C F Burgess, E B LeonarK,
T J Fraley, V l Fruzier. T P Bark
er, H L Jackacn, G 1 1 Bean. J'T
Shaw, W D MofTiit.?! Allen, A
C Hanner.W J G;ei-oii, 11 ) ("r.m
ford, H F Brown, J A ttuiimler,
S J Hale, Jess Allred, C I' Smith
Jr., MrsHK Trogdon, Eli Colile,
Miss Georgia Stalev, R L Talliert,
E C Burgess Emily C Parks, II
Goolsby P P Turner, S W Swaim,
Min Mattie Julian, J T Bostick, M
F Hinshaw, G II Lauibeit, John
Presnell, Mits Bessie Ash north, SF
Pugh, J W Dixon.B F Hardin. C H
Welch, B L Allied, Mis, M M Ar
nohl, S Q Spooo, W M Caveness S
Frazier, A II Kearns, W C York
J U Coltrane. Ii M Myeis, A U
j N Maner,
W Vickory! J A Parks, J A Cagle,
Big Shoe Sale.
We have just completed
(J best and finest line ever shown
SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS,
COME BEFORE THE 1 0 per cent ADVANCE
J following makes:
Ct Hamilton Brown's Americai
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W earth. Try a pair. Also full
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Olimi huuiiij iui lauica an u.vu mil. .ov. 1 oil f
can't fail to be pleased with style and quality of th'..- orand. J
J Full line of Godnian Shoes. Every pair warranted to have "
O solid counters and soles. (j
t New line of King Bee Shoes in vici and patent finish, $3.00 L
to $4.00. Full line Eikin Shoes, Rubbers, etc., will be shown. 2t
Conie at once and get well shod for winter.
! ' we Can interest vou 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.
u-uns, Amumtlon and Sporting Hoods of all kinds.
Barbour, Virginia and High
Lewis & Winslow Hardware Company.
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,
Liberty, N. C.
We Sell the Earth
If you are interested in the
Imposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
pi'i.-.- and terms. Office in Bank tt'ld'g.
Armfield (& LavigKlin.
.' Real Est site DeeJers,
$39 0G30$SSG0SS3SQ S3'
We will close out 100 pairs of Men's fine Shoes worth
from $2 CO to $4.00 per pair court week. Now is jour time
to get a good pair of shoes cheap. We are receiving a large
quantity of new shoes and must lave room for them.
We also have other things tha. 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 Men. Women anc
Fine Shoes, Goo a fihof is, Long Wear Shoes,
Fine Clothes, C tood UJ .othes, Clothes that
Dress Goo, Js of the Latest Styles.
Ererythjifor ev ery bod; t at
l. J;. Miler's Store.
our line of Shoes and will show tne ft
by us, at the verv lowest prices. ' 2
Our line consists of tho
leiitleman, $3.50 to $5.00,
Lady, $3.00; oite of the best on
line other styles. j
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In order to reduce cur etock before
takir tf inventory, we will offer, lor the
next thirty days, anything in our line at i
a nduaed price.
We have some special bargains to
offer in a great many things such as
LCOr. PJKGEP. PAINT, BUGGIES,
etc , m.cl . t in need of anything in this
lire, pleaBe call to see us.
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