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MOORE COUNTY NEWS.
Special School Tax Election Ordered
Juror for April Term of Moore
The Board of County Commis
sioners of Moore county have or
dered a special School tax election
to be held in District No. 7. Mc
Neill's township, on Friday, May
18th 1906. E. A. Smith is regis
ter; D. P. McDonald and D. I.
McDonald poll holders. , .
Carthage Lacy Blackman
Bensalem D. C. McKinnon.
Sheffield C. McNeill.
Ritters Geo. L. Finison.
Deep Hirer W. J. Wadsworth.
Pocket W. A. Wadsworth. .
Sanford F. M. Sinclair.
Jonesboro Redin Bryant.
Cape Fear R. W. Dalryniple.
Greenwood D. Cole.
McNeills D. A. Blue.
Sand Hills Levi Packard.
Mineral Springs M. D. Mc
JUKY FOR APRIL COURT.
First Week Levi Williams, 0.
D.Wallace, J. M. Spivey, J. B,
Sullivan, W. L. Ritter, sr., W. J.
Callicutt, U. L. Foster, D. W. Mc
Duffie, S. H. Garner, D. A. Camer
on, A. F. McPhail, J. M. Ray, E,
S. Maness, Jas. Fry, Z. V. Hunter,
D. J. Monroe, Milton McNeill, W.
Second Week. Hugh Jackson,
E. B Harrington, Jas. A. Kelly, W.
R. Myrick. W. S. Bailey, J. A. Mc
Farland, J. W. Thomas, J. 0. Fry,
M. Bryant, N. M. Williams, W. D.
Hunter, D. A. MeNeill, D. J. Thom
as, D. M. Sincliar, L. W. Dupree,
Geo. H. Pickard, Addison Hussey,
Ralph Monger. Moore County
William M. Moaer was born January 8th,
1851; died February 23rd, 1906, aged 55
years, 1 month, and 15 days. He was mar
ried to Miss Mary R. Kime on February
2, 1872. To this union there was added 11
children seven boys and four girls one girl
and one boy preceded their lather to the
glory world. He is survived by his father,
three sisters, three brothers, wife, nine chil
dren and a host of friend and relatives to
mourn their great loss. He professed faith
in Ubrist thirty years ago and joined tne
Lutheran church at Melanchthon and lived a
consistent member until Qod called them to
On Breeie Acquittal.
Dear Editor I read in the
Pro ressive Farmer (Editorial) the
action of the United States circuit
court in Richmond some weeks past,
in quashing the conviction of Breese
Dickerson, and Penland, the Ash
ville bank wreckers, I think such a
disgrace to the Judiciary, Indicted
ten years ago for stealing $100,000;
getting new trial, one after another
on some mere technicality until the
court of the United States, turns
them loose upon the public, because
of one of the grand jurors involved
had not paid his poll tax.
Such fantastic tricks as this play
ed before high heaven, in the face
of justice produce hot beds of an
archy and disrespect for law
among our people, and should it
self be punished. Crimes, indeed,
are committed, not only in the name
of Liberty, but in the name of the
law, and the old conception of law
as a web which catches the weak of
fender, but lets the strong one
through, widens alarmingly with
such miscairiages of justice as that
in the Breece c-tse.
Let our jurists and law makers
address themselves to the reforms so
clearly needed, and do something to
at least show that all men are not
dishonest, but trying to raise man-
Jcinu to a higher level.
better world. He was quiet, dignified J Protestant minister, of Liberty, will
preach every every hrst sunuay
night in each month in the graded
strong and unassuming in character; loved
hia church and could always be counted upon
to stand upon the side of right. His devo
tion to his family was beautiful, being at all
times exceeding kind and thoughtful, end
considerate of Lis wife and children. He
was firm, yet gentle with his children, and
with the aid of his wife, gave them that ear
ly training that has made them all useful
men and women. He was a kind neighlor,
beloved by the poor and the wealthy alike,
and was always ready with a helping hand
for the needy. He was sick for about three
months with heart trouble, during which
time he was perfectly conscious that he had
not long in this world. Often said he was
ready and willing to go.
The burial service was conducted by Rev.
W. M. Fike, after which his remains were
laid to rest in Moriah church yard to await
the general ressurrection of the dead.
May the Lord of all grace bless the family
by comforting their sad and broken hearts
and may this dispensation of righteous Frovi
dence be a means to lead them in the paths
of rectitude and finally to that blest and hap
py reunion of father on the Beautiful Shores ,
of sweet deliverance.
Blest be the tie that binds
Our hearts in Christian love,
The fellowship of kindred minds
Is like to that above.
When we asunder part,
It gives us mwaru pain,
But we shall still be joined in heart
And hope to meet again.
A. . Kwkmas,
Yandalia, N. O.
Apiil 2, 1900.
Slier City Catting.
Mr; W. E. Lawson, fonnder and
formerly editor of the Siler City
Grit,' has accepted a position with
the Greensboro Telegram as City
Miss Sankie Gilbert has finished
her school near Harper's X Roads
and is uisitidg mends at Ore Hill
Rev. W. C. Lassiter, a Methodist
Nothing will relieve indigestion
that is not a ' thorough uigestant.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what
yon eat, and allows the stomach to
rest recuperate grow strong again.
A few doses of Kodol after meals
will soon restore the stomach and
digestive organs to a full perform
ance of their functions naturally.
Bold by Standard Drug Co. and
Asheboro Drug Co.
Miss Sallie Boatick who spent Sat
urday and Snnday at Asheboro a
guest of Mrs. G. W. Hunsucker,
returned Monday morning to Ran-dlemau.
The most rational remedy for
Coughs and Colds is Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar. It acts
on the bowels as a mild cathartic
expels all cold from the system.
Cuts all phlegm out of the throat,
relieves coughs, colds, croup, whoop
jng cough, etc. An ideal remedy
for children equally good for
adult. Sold by Standard Drug Co
and Aibeboro Drag Co.
The Thomas vilie Telephone Com
pany baa declared a 50 per cent,
Don't tie a cough or a cold up in
your system by taking a remedy that
binds the bowels. Take Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar. It is
different from all other cough
syrups. It is better. It epens the
bowels xpels all cold from the sys
tem, relieves coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough, etc. An ideal
remedy for young and old. Chil
dren like it. Sold by Standard
Drug Co. and Asheboro Drug Co.
A Guaranteed Core for Piles.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding
Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in
Clto 14 days. 50c.
Blackburn's "Psalm of Life.1
Tell me not in mournful numbers
Holton has another term,
Nor that Holton seeing, slumbers
hue indictments make me squirm
Thev are real, they are earnest
cnd the court is not Ins coal,
But I'll put him in the furnace
lie lias spoken ol my soul.
In Carolina's field of battle
In the whiskey frauds and strife
He shakes not a baby's rattle
But a great big butcher knife.
Lives of others oft remind us
We can pay a heavy fine
Or departing leave Miind us
Brickbats made of mud and slime.
Let us then be up and doing
With a heart for any fate
For we've done our liest inooing
Trying to scare him ff the State
For ItOHtla and Public Building.
The Courier has received the
Now the grand juiy has recom
mended a new court house and new
jail, we hope our able commissioners
will go to work and build them, but
that does not end the road question.
We want to keep talking good roads
and when we go to the legislature
we expect to give the public a
chance to vote for issuing bonds for
good roads (but we forgot) the old
lady says we can't go until we put
up the wire around the garden,
make a calf pasture and fix to keep
the hogs ont of the cow barn lot so
we will let some one else go in our
Lining indoors so much during
the winter months creates a sort of
a stuffy, want-of-ozone condition in
the blood and sytem generally.
Clean up and get ready for spring.
Take a few Early Risers. These fa
mous little pills cleanse the liver,
stomach and bowels and giye the
blood a chance to purify itself.
They relieve headache, sallow com-,
E lesion, etc. Sold by Standard
rug Co. and Asheboro Drug Co.
The people of Statesville are
signing: contracts to exclude the
Bell Telephone and use phones or
an Independent Home Company be
ing organized there with a capital
stock of $10,000. Long distance
lines will unite with the home Com
pany. Reduced Rat.
The SEABOARD announces account of
the Southern Baptist Convention, Chattanoo
ga, Tenn, rate of one fare plus 25c for round
trip, from all points in North Carolina; tick
ets to be sold May 8th, 9th, and 10th, with
final limit ten days from date of sale. THE
SEABOARD has DOUBLE DAILY service
from principal points to Atlanta.
The SEABOARDannounces account Quar
to Centennial Exercises they will all round
trip tickets from all points in the State of
North Carolina, to Tuskegee, Ala and re
rum at rate of one first class fare plus
twenty-five cents for the round trip. Tickets
to be sold April 14th and 15th, with final re
turn limit of April 20th, tickets being limit
ed to continuous passage in each direction.
1M. ROVKO FASSENGER SERVICC.
The SEABOARD announces effective with
the inauguration of theNEW YORK SI.EEP-
INO CAR I.INh between New lork and
hemphis and vice-versa via the SEABOARD
AND FRISCO SYSTEMS IMPROVED
THROUGH PASSENGER SERVICE to
Memphis, Tenn, without change, making
connections at this point for all points in
Texas, The West and North West. Unex
celled dining car service between Washing
ton and Richmond and Hamlet and Birming
ham, serving all meal9.
The SEABOARD announces account of
Wheeler Memorial Day, March 27th, and the
Second Annual Re-Union of the Blue and
Gray, March 28th 2!)th,-190G. Atlanta, Ga. I
I hey will sell round trip tickets from all
points in the State of North, Carolina, to
Atlanta Ga, and return at rate of one first
class fare plus 25c for the round trip, tickets
to be sold March 25th and 2t!th, and for
trains scheduled to reach Atlanta before
noon of March 27th, final limit, (prior to
which passenger must reach original destina
tion before mid night returning.) fifteen
days in addition to date of sale.
The SEABOARD begs to announce that
on account of the occasions mentioned lielow
the rates and conditions named will apply.
Chattanooga, Tenn: Southern Baptist
Convention and Auxiliary Societies.May 10th-15th,-100G.
Rate, one first class fare plug
25c for the round trip, (minin-um rate) 50
cents, tickets sold fllay 8th, Uth and 10th,
DO YOU GUT UP
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Kidney Trouble Hake You Miserable.
Almost evervbodv who reads the new
papers is snre to know of the wonderful
cures mauc vy mji.
It Kilmer's Swarap
I Root, the, great kid
l ney, liver and blad
It is the (treat rued
ical triumph of the
discovered after year
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
h1MW snefcialist. and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
aric acid, catarrn or me Diaaaer ina
Brieht's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended lor everyiniug uuin yuu
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found just the remedy you need. It baa
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special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
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ing more about Swmp-Root, and how to
findout if you have kidney or bladder trou
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address to Dr. K'lmer
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