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uted in Presents During the Next Few Weeks.
In arranging this contest we have
endeavored to offer a reward to
workers sufficient to make them en
, thusiastio and at the same time make
the work of securing subscribers
easy, so they could not fail to win
prizes Every one who pays one dol
ar IN ADVANCE will get free with
Thb Courier one of these papers
one year, the Woman's Magazine, The
Metropolitan and Rural Home, The
Southern Agriculturist, or the
Farm and Fireside for one year.
This contest begins NOW and will
close July 1, 1906. The person
who sends us the largest number of
subscriptions during that time will
receive as a prize a handsome Na
tional Sewing Machine, which sells
To the person who sends in
the second largest list of subscribers
we will give a Champion New Home
Sewing Machine, price $65.00.
To the person who obtainB for us
the third largest list of subscribers we
will give one Carolina Cook Steve
with "B" list with pipe, including
full and complete cooking outfit
which sells everywhere for $18.00.
This stove is on exhibition at the
Lewis & Winslow Hardware Com
pany. To the person sending us the
fourth largest list we will give a
genuine American movement ladies'
vatch made by the New York Stan
dard Watch Company, fitted in a
gold filled hunting case, warranted
for 20 years. It is 4t stem-windei
and stem-setter, and in every way a
reliable time keeper. Each case is
To the worker who sends us the
fifth largest list we will give a watch
with movement like the foregoing
description except a ten year guaran
To the person sending us the
sixth largest list we will give
a pair of Queen Quality Shoes
worth $3.50. These shoes are on
exhibition at MesBis Wood & Mor
The person sending us the
seventh largest list will receive
a pair of the celebrated White House
Patent Leather Blucher Ladies'
Shoes worth 3.50. These shoes can
be seen at anytime at the Morris-Scarboro-Moffitt
The person sending ns the eigth
largest list will receive a pair of
the popular Woman's College
Walking Shoes, worth 3.50. It can
be seen at Mr W J Miller's store.
The worker sending us the ninth
largest subscription list we will give
free a beautiful 52-piece porcelain
To the person sending- us the
tenth largest subscriptions we will
give a handsome water set worth
The person sending us the eleventh
largest list of subscribers will re
ceive a 14-piece combination Ameri
can -Beauy Rose silvjr set, consist
ing of 1 dozen Tea Spoons, Sugar
Shell and Butter Knife to match,
pure coin silver plated over nickel
plate on hard metal base, packed in
- Every dollar sent we count one
subscription. It will take two fifty
HIGH POINT LABOR TROUBLE.
Msmafactnrer's Firm Agaiast the Em
ployment mf UmIom Labor Com
mittee Will Canvas State In
The labor agitation at High
Point seems to be notable for the
absence of strife and riot. The
manufacturers are firmly standing
by their manifesto issued a few days
ago, declaring against union labor,
once and forever. The leaderB of
organizations effected by the mani
festo are on the scene and all effort
to secure a conference with the
manufacturers has proven futile.
The latter claims to have nothing to
discuss with a view to arbitration.
The High Point Unions have ap
pointed sub-committees to visit the
cities and towns in the State to ac
nnaint them with the condition ex
isting between the manufacture
ers and the Unionists at uign
Point, and to secure the support
and financial aid of sister unions
Samuel P. Gompers, president of
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applicatiens, as they cannot reach the
A seased portion ol the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Dealness is caused by an in
flamed condition ol the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When tuis tube is inflamed
von have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed. Deaf
ness is (be result, and unless the inflama.
tion can by Jaken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in.
flamed conditon of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Oatarrh Cure. Send for circu
VI CHINBY A Co., Toledo, O.
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cent subscribers to count one sub
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prizes those you KNOW you can
get whether you win one of the oth
er prizes or not.
To every person sending us twelve
subscribers at one time with twelve
dollars, we will give, a handsome
water set the best made, or, if you
E refer, a set of genuine Eodgers
nives and forks, either of these sell
anywhere for $5.00 to $6.00. Or to
any person, who will send us 18 sub
scriptions with $18.00, we will send
both these premiums.
But that is not all, we
make another offer that every
body can get and that is that
every worker, who will send us eix
subscription at one time accompani
ed by $6.00, we will give a
fine porcelain, 30 piece breakfast
set or for five subscriptions we will
give a handsome stereoscope and
48' colored scenes from all parts of
of the world. This breakfast set
never Bold for less than $4.00
and it is worth $6.00 anywhere
and the stereoscope and views
are worth fully as much as the
breakfast Bet, or if any worker will
6end us 10 subscriptions accom
panied by $10, we will sei d both
these handsome premiums.
We know you will wonder how
we can make such a remarkable
offer. To bev frank with you we
couldn't if we did not know from
experience that three-fourths of the
new subscribers obtained in this
way will be turned into regular
subscribers at the end of the year.
We are paying you handsomely
simply to get them started for ns.
The merit of the paper itself will
do the rest and in the long run we
will make a profit and you will be
doing your community a good turn
by inducing the people to read a
paper which teaches them how to
make more money from their farms
and in various occupation.
To everyone who sends us as much
$100.00 for subscriptions and job
work together we will give a Cham
pion New Home Sewing Machine.
Any young man who wants a pair
of "Keiths Konqueror" shoes, or a
pair of celebrated King J3ee shoe,
or a pair of Crossett's best shoes,
each and every pair Bells for $5.00
the world over, or if you want free
the best railroad watch ever made
you can learn how to get them free
by getting subscriptions or job work
for The Coubier.
Now the facts are all before you
and the contest is on. DON'T
WAIT UNTIL TO-MORROW TO
BEGIN WORK. Start now and
keep it up, if you want one of the
big prizes. We will send you sam
ple copies, if you ask for them, but
we do not furnish receipts and sub
scription blanks except direct to the
subscribers upon receipt of the list
and amount enclosed. An ordinary
peice of paper will do. Don't send
stamps. Put the silver dimes in an
envelope and fold it np and put in
another envelope which bears the
stamp and address and they will
not be lost. Address all letters to
Asheboro, N C.
the Americai Federation of labor
Trill be asked to levy a general as
sessment from the Unionists of
America for the benefit of High
The strike managers art' still hop
ing to secure a moderation of the
manufacturers decree, despite their
indifference to every appeal made by
the Unionists since the "lock-out
went into effect.
A Strange Dream.
Mr. Wesley Brogden, a prominent
citizen and a confederate teteran
died in Davie county last week.
His daughter, Miss Irene Brogden,
was in Salisbury and the night pre
ceding the death dreamed that her
relatives in Davie county came to
take her back in a carriage and that
one of the occupants was a deceased
brother. While relating the dream
the next morning a brother came to
notify her of her father's death and
had brought a carriage t convey
her to their home in Davie.
If our subscribers fail to receive
the paper on time each week, the
manager urges all to notify us at
once, that we may investigate and
correct the trouble. We have re
ceived letters this week showing
that the entire list or snDscrioers
at one post office, have failed to re
ceive the naDer for two or three
weeks in succession. Don't wait to
see if it comes npxt week, but write
us at once.
Col. G. Foster Hankins. of Lex.
ington. announces that he will be
a candidate for Legislative honors.
The Courier has spent large
sums of money in working up its
circulation and to-day it thorough
ly covers Randolph and adjoining
counties besides having a large list
throughout this and other states.
But we are working to build up
Randolph county and the Piedmont
section of North Carolina.
To this end we have built our cir
culation, that our advertisers and the
community might secure the greater
publicity. We have improved
our plant and enlarged our paper
all of which necessarily increases
Hence this article notifying our
advertisers that after March 1st,
1906, the advertising rate is as fol
lows: Per inch one time 25c
" " " month per issue 20c
" " two months " " 17c
" " six " and over " " 15c
Reading notices will be charged at the
rate of one cent per word. No reader ac
cepted for less than 25c.
All bills payable monthly.
, Our circulation is not made up
of dead heads and exchanges, tut
paying subscribers, who send us the
cash for their subscription. Few
are more than six months in arrears
and many are paid in advance.
This shows that we circulate among
a prosperous people the class that
advertisers desire to reach.
The Courier appreciates the
patronage accorded it in the past
and pledges every effort to give
value received for future business
placed with it.
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of the power of sale contained in
a mortgage deed executed January 1, 1904,
by U-. K. Ulasgow and it. Koumns and
their wives to A. P. Richardson, and recorded
in Book 107. Pace 308. Register's office Ran
dolph county, I will, on the 30th day of
April, 1906, Bell to the highest bidder for
cash, at the courthouse in Asheboro, JN. u.,
at 12 o'clock M. the following described real
Beginning at a stone in the middle of
Moore road, thence North 40 degrees, West
12 chains to a persimmon; thence East 9.36
links to a stone in said Linda Bulla line;
thence South on Baid line 7.35 chains to a
stone Moore road; thence along said road
35 3-4 degrees West to the beginning, con
taining 50 acres more or less.
A P Richardson, Mortgagee.
This Mar 28, 1906.
By virtue of a power of sale contained in
a mo rt trace deed executed Ana. 22. 1902.
by B S Kearns and wife to Josiah Luther
and recorded in book U 7, page 4 as, Kegister s
otlice, Randolph county, I will on the 30th
day oi April 1906 at 12 o'clock M. sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the court house
door in Asheboro, H. u., the following ue
scribed real estate:
1st tract: Begfnning at A II Johnson's
corner South of P. road going South 16 1-2
degrees W. 5 chs. and 34 Iks. to a pine knot,
Jackson s corner; thence & chs. and bl
Iks. to a stone; thence N. 11 chs. and 60 Iks.
to a stone on South side of P road;!thence V.
along said road 5 chs. to a stone on N side
of said road; thence N. 41 1-2 rods to a white
oak; thence W 62 3-4 rods to a pine, B. K,
Steed's corner; thence S. on Cranfori's line
7 1-2 rods to a stone in Johnson's line; thence
E. 3 rods to the beginning containining 45
acres more or less.
2nd tract Subject to Mary Kearn's lifetime
richt. Becinninir at a stone running W.
about 15 degrees N. by supposition 140 rods
to a stone in Cranford's line; thence South
10 rods to 8 stone N. side of P. read; thence
West along said road 50 rods to a stone;
thence South 43 chs. by supposition to stone
in the branch, H. L. kearns corner; thence
East 20 1-2 chs. to a stone on W side of
road; thence N. 5 1-2 degrees East 15 chs,
to fork of public road; thenee East 15 de
grees S alone public road 27 ehs. to a stone,
A. H. Johnson s corner; thence North to the
beginning, containing 57 acres more or less,
Josiau Lcther, Mortgagee.
This Mar 28, 1900.
Having qualified as executor on the es
tate of Horace Lineberry, deceased, before
of Randolph county, I shall ' sell at public
auction, to the nignest muuer tor aan, on
the premises, on the 26th day of April, 1906,
the following personal property, to-wit:
household and kitchen furniture, lot of wheat,
l 1 1 A kJ nt ,1 11 rtt
sheep, 15 head of hogs, set of blacksmith
tools, 1 buggy and harness, 1 one-horse
wagon ana other articles to tedious to men
tion. All persons having claims against said
estate are notified to present them to the un
dersigned, duly verified, on or befoie the 6th
day of April, 1900, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery; and all
persons owing said estate will come forward
and make immediate settlement.
J. V . Peon, Executor.
This 4th day of April, 1900.
A. C Cox, S. F. Lowdermilk and J. M.
Allen, have this day entered the following
land in Randolph county to-wit; a tract of
ten acres, more or less, in Grant township,
in the waters of Richland creek, and known
as Humble's mill pond, adjoinining the lands
of A. C. Cox, M. H. Moffitt, J. H. Vestal,
Mrs. G. M. Moon and others, for which with
out objection filed, within 30 days from this
date, they will ask for a warrant of survey,
to the county surveyor of Randolph.
J. P. Boroughs,
This, March 31st, 1906.
W 8 Gall ill and Uriah Presnell have this day
entered the following land iu Randolph County
to-wit: A tract of 6o acres In Cedar Grove Town
ship on the waters of Kichlaud Creek and Little
River adjoining the lands of Uriah Pnne1l, W
S Gatlin, M H Moflitt, A 8 Williams. P A Williams
and others, for which without objection filed
within thirty days from this date, they will ask
for a warrant of survey to the County Surveyor
of Randolph County.
This March 9th, 1006.
By virtue of an order of the superior court
of Randolph county in the special proceeding
entitled Lewis P York Admr, et al Vs J M
York, et a), I will on the 23rd day of April
1906, at 12 o'clock M, at the court house
door in Asheboro, N C, sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder on the following terms,
viz one third cash, one third in three months,
and one third in six months, the deferred
payments to be made with approved security,
the following described tract of land.
A tract adjoining the lands of Alfred
Williams and others, Beginning at a post
oak, original corner, thence East 28 chains
to a stone, Mabitha William's corner; thence
North with her line 34 45 chains to a stake
in the middle of the creek, Baid William's
corner;' thence down the various courses of
the creek to a stake; thence East 7:50 chains
to a stake; thence South 23.50 chains to the
beginning, containing 93 acres more er less.
Elijah Mokfitt, Commissionei.
This 13th day of March, 1906.
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