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Namesjol Pupils Deserving Special Mention
!r Record During February.
Prnf Stalev. suDei'intendont.
furnishes the following list of
pupils attending tne Asneooro
frnufod School, who are to be coin-
' mended for excellent work during
the past niontn:
ij FIRST GRADE.
I Empsf. Snpnner. Junius Fox.
Hush Lassiter, Nettie Newby, Gusta
Humble, Alva lietts, l.uciie waia,
. Robert Plummer, Joha Biittain,
Colon Spoon, Claudius Crater,
Gurry Loftin, Carrie Burrows,
Jewel Glasgow, Lena Williams,
. Urslie Williams, Pearl Way, George
Betts, Frank Fox, Frank Steed,
Lura Jones, Lilian Hunsucker.
1 SECOND GRADE.
i Hobert Cox, Carl Steed, Cleon
Spoon, Rilla Spoon, John Swain,
' , Fred Plummer, Clara Presnell,
Nannie Plummer, Lucile Scarboro,
,'Cortez Norman, Harvey Rodgers,
John Plummer, Arthur I Presnell,
Draper Tucker, Jessie Ward, Bessie
, THIRD GRADE
d Fred McPherson, Lilian Hen
, drix, Edith Hunsusker, Frances
Walker, Cornie Wade, Ila Aiken,
" Guy Aiken, Wayne Miller, Fanny
" FOURTH GRADE
Myrtie Ridge, Eulah Glasgow,
j. Clyde Aiken.
v (' FIFTH GRADE.
; ' Fannie Hannah, Allio Spoon,
'" Ethel Free, Mattie Kelley, Basil
j Brittain, Paul Henley,
'( James Swain, Lynette Swain,
'? Bera Scarbora, Annie Fox Idyl
! Free, Clifford Cox, Lucile Rush,
, Cora Redding, Ernest Williams.
I Euolie Presnell, Mamie Morris,
"j Grady Ridge, Bonnie Auman,
' Lollie Jones. Grace Wood. Blanch
Anderson, Clarence Hughes, Cone
Ridge, Lela nail, uoivin vestal,
k Jim Davis.
i, Ida Henley, Mom Rush, Blanche
Spoon, Grady Miller, Daniel Sharp.
!' NINTH GRADE.
A Marietta Betts, Blanche Coflin,
i Rosco Miller, Alex. Worth.
; The South Wants Settlers.
' ' According to the plans of officials
of Southern railroads, a movement
Z will be inaugurated in the near f u
1 ture by which the South and South-
I east will secure its share of home
seekers who are leaving the North
' and Northeast finding homes in a
f warmer and more advantageous
, A large number of homeseekers
' f have been migrating to the South-
western States, and railroad repr
sentatives of this section intend to
ask the enforcements of rates from
X the Northern States to the South
' and Southeast by which many emi
"f grants can find homes in this sec-
' So interested have the officials be
' come that they propose to hold a
; meeting of all the railroads of the
country into Chicago when plans
can be discussed by which rates can
, be secured for bringing the home
r teekeas to the South and Southeast.
The movement was enthusiastical
f ly discussed at the midwinter cou
ference of the Southeastern Pas
, senger Association at Tampa, when
' ' was decided to ask the railroads of
the North and Northeast to put in
force reduced ratns to this section
$ of the country.
; There has been a grert advent of
the homeseekers to the Southwest,
' breaking all previous records. Over
," 10,000 settlers passed through Kan-
sas City recently.
With the splendid advantages
which the South possesses, there is
'' no reason why settlers should not be
' induced to come South. Ex.
i Mr David A Sikes, of Pisgah, paid
' the Courier a visit last week, the
$ first in three years but he says he has
i not been to Asheboro during that
time. He is one of our best farmers,
. and exhibited some fine corn which
A' he has been cultivating under the
j direction of Prof Massey, the well
I known authority on agriculture. He
j said he had been cultivating that
corn, growing his own seed since the
60s., and until six years ago he rare-
ly got more than one ear from the
j stalk. Under direction of Prof Mas-
sey he now raises two to the stalk
and frequently more in good soil.
,? Hefinds the Southern Agriculture
ist (which is sffere'd as a premium to
5 Courier subscribers who pay in ad
; vance) a great help in cultivating
t' .his farm.
I Capt C F Burns, who xepreseiits
v the party of capitalists trom Clove-
; land, Ohio, who are opening up a j
gold mine on Davis Mountain, live
; miles emithwvat of AsheWio, is in- j
stalling a macnmury uieie jit'i;u a- i
i 4is .,,;., .,.,( i
Wl, lu,Tu,.l..lo ........
Burns eays work will begin by the!
lMh of March. " !
Washington, D C,
Maich 10, 1006.
Last week I warned you of the
dangers which threaten the demo
cratic party through RYAN-BEL
MONT control. And now my
statements have been confirmed by
a voice from the inside. Mr De
Lancy Nicoll, w ho acted as Chair
man of the Executive committee or
the Democratic National Committee
all through the last compaign, and
who knows every move that was
made, appeared for RYAN-BELMONT
in the Supieme Court of
New York defending the RYAN
BELMONT right to steal one
hundred million or so through the
street railroad merger, and brazenly
stated in open court that the hostili
ty of the Hearst papers to the mer
ger was caused solely for the reason
that RYAN-BELMONT had given
the nomination to Parker. When
De Lancy Nicoll makes such a dis
reputable statement openly you caii
bet it is the truth. Are you going
to let them give it to one of their
tools next time, or will you wake up
and see that the genuine Democrats
have a voice in the selection of a
representative man to head their
This RYAN-BEMONT reptile is
one of the queerest and most danger
ous freaks of natural history. Its
head, Thomas F Ryan, is the most
dangerous individual in the United
States t-day, mentally, morally,
politically, and otherwise. Its tail,
August Belmont, is the least harm
ful in each of the same respects.
And although its tail is most often
in public view its head does all the
thinking for the combination. This
bunch of pirates of prosperity don't
care a rap for politics, anyway.
Their sole idea is to get control of
both parties, nominate one of their
deputy pirates on each ticket, anu
sit quietly back and hitch up new
schemes to absorb the money of
the country as fast as YOU PEO
PLE can earn it. If you want a
chance to see Democracy victorious,
md to be allowed to keep your
money after you have earned it,
take my tip and begin to root for
Hon Chas A Culberson of lexas as
our next Presidential nominee, and
watch him exterminate this band of
Pure Food Bill.
When the pure food bill passed
the Senate its most pernicious
features had been so removed by
various amendments that, although
it still retained his name, Senator
Heyburn required an introduction
to it, as he could not recognize it as
his own. By the time the House
gets through with it we will prob
ably have a good pure food bill, as
it only needs a few additional
amendments to make it the same as
the amendment offered by Senator
Money, which is conceded to be the
best food bill offered at this season.
Senator Bailey's speech on this bill
was one of the ab'est made this
this session in the Senate, and he
tangled up Senator McCumber so
skillfully that he looked like a
bunch of bow knots on a bed spring.
Tillman Has Rate Bill.
Senator Tillman has been selected
by the Senate 'Committee to report
the railway rate bill. This necessi
tstes numerous conferences with the
President, and as the wielder of
pitchforks and lightning, and the
man with the strenuous teeth, have
the same regard for one another that
an agressive tomcat has for a suc
culent mouse, interesting times are
to be expected. So if you are awak
ened by a strange noise, accompan
ied by violent tremblings of the
United States, don't get scared. It
will only be the first conference.
Placing the rate bill in the hands
of Senator Tillman marks the first
time in our history that the fight
for aa administration measure has
been led by the leader of the minori
ty party and must depend on the
minority for passage. This proves
that the railway rate question is
good Democratic doctrine, and like
the ship subsidy bill is just a little
more Democratic thunder stolen by
the Republicai.8 to make them popu
lar with the people.
John W Yerkes, Commisssitner
of Internal Revenue, a Republican,
who is considered one of the shrewd
est politicians in the country, pre
dicts a democratic majority mi t1 e
House at the next session, II a v
that internal wranyl-g nnnnr tie
Republicans in vai ions parti if
country make this h snout' n bal.i! -ty.
CiiAa A fc.mv.vKns.
The millionaire who lias caught
up with fortune by I inning uliarp
corners is much ponicr ihmi tin-
bankrupt who failed doing Ins hon
That, much talked of "armor i.f n -pieioti"
may ptntt-ct tin' unvr . i c
in a liile, iisii i! I r. i . : cut
as much help a v in'- r
a hundred V! 1 ! .
St Patrick's Day Party.
A pretty party for the seventeenth
of March may be given by having
all the decorations green, using
cheese clot.h of that piculiar green,
sacred to St Patrick Harps, potatoes
shamrocks and even the Japanese
jointed snakes may figure in the dec
orations. The Irish Hag may be pur
chased in all sizes and adds much to
the attractiveness of a room.
Cards may be the ampse'iient, or
the affair may be a luncheon at
which the following green and white
menu be served.
Cream of celery soup, sprinkle,
with chopped parsley, breasts of
chicken fried and served with Huffy
mashed potatoes ovtr which parsley
is sprinkled; celery sticks stuffed
with cottage cheese and chopped nuts
creamed cauliflower. The salad is of
white grape?, blanched almonds,
celery and apples and the dessert is
the palest green pistchin ice, served
in cloven forms. Tiny silk shamrock
pins ornament the nankins and jan
dy boxes are the most realistic imita
tions of liish potatoes. Carnations
and maiden hair ferns form the
center piece, with four candles in
glass, holders and green shades.
Sunday school was organized nl Sliiloh last
Suudav with Miss .Mary Albright, and Miss
Mand Cox Secretary.
The young ladies enjoyed n quilting at Mrs
II X Brooks' last Saturday.
Mrs S I. Hay worth nnd Miss Xora Bray
visited Mrs Thos Russell, of Coleridge, last
Mrs B S Mollitt visited Mrs T A Craven
Miss Lilv Cox visited her cousin, Miss
Macy Cox, last Saturday.
Miss Alice Mollitt visited Mrs Lawrence
Alliright hist week.
Mr J C Moffitt nnd Miss Daisy Mollitt visit
ed thoir cousin, .Miss Olive Mollitt, last Sun
day. Mr and Mrs Smith visited at Mr E E Lew
al Ion's last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs Charlie Cagle visited her daughter,
Mrs Obert Mollitt, last Saturday night.
Mrs Sarah Craven visited at Mr V Cox's
Saturday and S iialay.
Don't forget Sunday school and preaching
at Shiloh next Sunday.
Mr 11 0 Whitaker is suHcring with rheu
matism, hope he will l better soon.
Mr Francis Teague has moved to the Cal
vin Mollitt place.
Quite a large crowd attended preaching a
t roadon's last Suudav.
Those who attended commissioner's court
at Asheboro last Monday from here were
Messrs I II Macon, M SdarJner, I M Denton,
(Jeo Owens ami X D Moflitt.
Don't frown look pleasant. If
you are suffering from indigestion
or sour stomach, take Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure. Hon Jake Moore, of
Atlanta, Ga, says: I suffered more
than 20 years with indigestion. A
friend recommended Kodol. It re
lieved me in one day and I now en
joy better health than for many
years." Kodol digests what you
eat, relieves sour stomach, gas on
stomach, belching etc. Sold by
Standard Drug Co and Asheboro
Drug Co, Asheboro, N C.
Mr and Mrs S II Hearne have in
their possession small phials con
taining samples of the water from
Moses' Well. It was sent them by
Mr Thos J Hurley, of New York,
who recently made a visit through
Egypt, and who is well lemembered
in Albemarle through severil visits
he has made to this place. The
well referied to is made famous by
the Bible story of Moses smiting the
rock, to quench the thirst of the
legions who were inarching with him
in the wilderness. It stands in full
view of Mt Siuui, where the Ten
Commandments were written.
If von an troubled with Piles
nnd cant find a cure. trvWitch Haz
el Salve, but be sure you get that
made oy a u uewitt & uo, unicago.
It is the Original. If you have used
Witch Hazel Slve without being
relieved it is probable that you got
hold of one of the nianv worthless
counterfit8 that are sold on the repu
tation of the genuine De Witt's
Witch Hazel Nilve. oolu by.
Standard Druar Co and Asheboro
Drug Co, Asheooro, N C.
are the best quality, new crop
seeds, of tested germination. We
carry the largest stock in the
South, and can supply your needs
to the very best advantage.
Special Grass and Clover dr.
eular giving best methods of prep
aration, seeding, etc., free on re
quest. Our Descriptive Catalogue)
gives the fullest information about
Grasses, Clovers and all Farm
Seeds. W rite lor Catalogue and
bpeeial Gras3 Circular. g
T.W. Weed & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, . VA.
Wood's Trade Hark Brand
Crass, Clover nml oilier Farm Seeds
ro ln.i hi: t Hint clraliL'.-t ruinl ti.-. It h
imoiolc i. pmctirc tmiph bvtl.T ,th
la iimilify nn l pvrmlmHing UmlltlH'
utti:uiry imukist. gia.ifjs.
Another Enterprise for Rockingham.
We learn that borings for water
have been going on around Rock
inham for some time for the pur
pose of getting a supply of water to
be used in a stamping plant soon to
be erected here. The right kind of
water it seems has been found near
the county home. It is said the
company owning the plant will
employ somewhere about 300 men.
This will be another important en
terprise for Rockingham, if all re
ports are tiue. Anglo Saxon.
Business based upon friendship
threatens both; friendship based
upon business strengthens both.
We know what all good doc
tors think of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask your own doc
tor and find out. He will tell
you how it quiets the tickling
throat, heals the inflamed
lungs, and controls the
hardest of coughs.
" Aypr'ii Cliprry J'prtnral ta wet! known In
w f think It i the ln'Sl medicine
Katiu i'KTKUH.N, i'etaluma, Cul.
2ii, .Wc, fl.co. j. aykimo,
mmm for '
One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime will
hasten recovery. Certtlv laxative.
Growers of the Leading
Peaches, Plums, Apples,
Pears, Grapes, Figs, Scup
pernongs, Pomegranates and
Other Fruits Adapted to the
Also Shade, Ornamental
and Nut Trees, Shrubbery
Write for prices on your
PAIL HOFFMAN, Prop.
WAVER LY. ALABAM.
You Furnish the Bride
We Furnish the omg.
Just receivd nice line Parlor
and Bed Room Suits, Couches,
Upholstered Parlor Suits, Pic
tures, Hall Racks, etc. We
have an assortment permitting
us to furnish the home in keep
ing with any purse.
We are also prepared to serve
the public as Funeral Directors
in a careful and courteous man
ner. Kearns & Fox.
DR. F. A. HENLEY,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Nitrous Oxi and Oxygen for painlessEx
travtions Offices First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
A C MCALISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
ance. The lest companies represented. Office
over tho Hank of Randolph.
All size built. Ilnve the most accurateSet Works
nnd bent Variable Feed Works, Saws. Kdgers,
Trimmers, Swing nws, Lnlh nnd Miingle Ma- :
cliiuery. flatters, Kcsaws, Engines, etc.
MufWIwr. .y H rit. ftor trm GftUlogm I
6ALCM IRON W0 4KS. Winston-Salem. M. C. i
I Tc!;o Laxative Bromo Qmnmc Mcts.
? Scvrr MSlKaa boxes sold in vost 12 montbs. . Thl3 SiSttltLTC,
flJ II M tjM HTM
Si U M .M -M
f.M . uu; jff - uti:i
!';d.hg, Scsfefcy Skfo,
If yon linve nehes
BnJ puirs l.i bones,
buck nnd Joints,
Skin, liluod feels
lUsms nnd I'.unips
on tho bkia, Mucus
Patches lit Mouth,
Sore Thront, Flm
Spots, nil run down,
U leers on nnv Dart of
The shove pfctiirrs
Enlm wi!ldo,makine the
blocd pure anci rich.
body. Hair cr Eyebrows fulling out, tuka
Botanic Blood Balm, Guaranteed
to cure the worst and most deep seated
cases. Bonis all r.orcs.stops all aches and
pains, reduces ail swellings, makes blood
ure and rich, changing the body Into a
Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczema, Scrofula
are' caused by Poison In the Iilood. B.B.B
stops Hawking and BplUinn, Itching and
Boratchlnn: euros Kbouiuullsui. Catarrh;
"It reproduces the human
voice with all the volume
of the orlgnal
NEW TWENTIETH CENTURY CYLINDER RECORDS
Half Foot long
Spicndld for Dancing Parties
Tor Sale by Dealers Everywhere and at
all the Stores of the
Columbia Phonograph Company. General
Creators of the Talking Machine Industry
Owners of the fundamental Patents Largest Manufacturers In the World
GRAND PRIZE, PARIS, 1900
c:,;;.--i.c grand prize, ST. Louis, 1004
231 N. -Howard Street, BALTIMORE, MD.
But Big Money
You will save money by paying
cash for what you buy, and will
avoid paying for goods you think
you haven't bought. So call on
J. L. Norman and buy cheap,
where you will not be bothered
with book account. .
Nice line Groceries, Notions,
Overalls, Suspenders, Pants,
Jones' Old Stand,
North side Depot street.
Uhe Vital Point.
ft When it comes to eating you wan some- A
i thing you like. The same applies to the
necessary articles for the dining roomwhere f
ryou do your eating.
Dinino; Room Suites and Fine J
0 Theodore Havener Dinner Set s
h from $25.oo to $loo.oo per set. A
We are adding a full line of Mantels, Til- J
ring and Grates that will be worth your while
Mattings of all Kids j
rRugs, Axminister Velvets and Burtworth &
Wiltons, varying in price from $2o to $65. J
A call will convince you. &
m People's House Furnishing Co., if
High Point, N. C. J
To Cure a Cold in One Day
1 1 mm
ifl r a fl l ff
Bono Pains, Swellings
heals nil Pcnbs, Sralos, Eruptions, Watery
J'.ll'itcrs. tv elvlutr euro. healthy bloud. ta
Pnppnraf Inrr Swellings. Eating Soros, Tn
iiiuis.ut'iy Ulcers, ii.lt 11. bonis the sores
or worst cancer perfectly. If you bavea
persistent Pimple, Swellings, Ktlnglng
l'nlns, tnke Iilood Balm and they will dis
appear before they develop into Cancer.
Botanic Blood Balm (H. 1. 15.) Is pleas
ant and anfo to take. Thoroughly tested
fur 8u years. Composed of Pure Botanla
Ini;roUlents. btrencthens Weak tstom.
aclis, cures Dyspepbla. Price l per
lnrce bottle. Take as directed, if nut
cured when right quantity Is taken,
money refunded. Hample Kent Free by
wrtilng Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. De
scribe your trouble, and special free medi
cal advice to suit your case, also ieut la
"Twentieth Cent u.
16 TIMES LOUDER
THAU AIL OTHER
The Most Marvelous Talking
Machine Ever Constructed
Patent! In mil Ctvlllxmd Count rlmm
cR0Ducrs Columbia and all other
A Perfect Substitute for the Orchestra
Must be heard to be appreciated
Dr. J. V. HUNTER,
PHYSICIAN - AND - SUR.GEON.
Office Asheboro Drug G.
Residence Coinei of Main aud Worth
Asheboro, N. O.
L. M. FOX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Oflers his professional service to tn
citizens ofJAsheboroIand surroandiug
commuuity. Offices: At Residence
Dr. S. A. HENLEY,
Physician . and - Surgeon,
ASHEBORO. N. C,
Office owt Spoon Sl Reilding'a store near
Standard Drug Co.
in Two Days.
rmrt fcox. 25c. h