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The Asheboro Courier.
Asheboro, N. C. April 26 1906
Local and Personal.
Mr. G. J. Anderson, of Star, is in
Mr. Joel Ash worth spent Monday
Mr. P. A. Mendenhall spent Sun
day at High Point.
Mr. C. F. Long, of High Point,
spent Monday in Asheboro.
Miss Fannie Mclutyre, of Star,
spent Monday in Asheboro.
Mr. J. I Coward has moved fiom
Cedar Falls to Winston-Salem.
Mr. D. G. McMasters, of Farmer,
was in Asheboro Monday on busi
ness. The Ramblers will meet with
Miss Ella Hendricks Saturday after
noon. Rev. J. F. Allied will preach at
Alt. Tubor the second Sunday in
Point, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
. Miss Etta Blair and Mrs. W. A.
Underwood spent the first of the
week in Greensboro.
The Courier Job Office is turn
ing out stacks of job work every day.
Send us your order. ,
April was a red letter month for
The Courier both in the substrip
tions and in the job department.
Miss Powell, of Greensboro, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Samuel Por
ter, on South Fayetteville street.
Rev. and Mrs. Mendenhall, of
High Point, are visiting their son,
Mr. P. A. Mendenhall, this week.
Mrs. George Blackburn, of Lexing
ton, spent several Oays last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. Jennie Hancock, of Greens
boro, spent Sunday in Asheboro a
guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Penny Bros, sold 207 head of
horses at auction at Greenaboro Sat
urday. They are arranging a spe
cial sale for May 17, 18 and 19.
Messrs. N. N. iewlin, 0. C
Marsh, and Wm. H. Pickard, of
Randlcman, were in Asheboro Mon
day on business,
Mr. D. M. Ballinger, brother of
Misses Nannie and Peail Ballinger,
of ABheboro, is seriously ill at his
home at Greensboro.
Mr. William Hussey, of White
House, will leave in a few days for
Daingerfield, Texas, where he will
spend some time with relatives.
It is estimated that not more
than 200 voters are disfranchised
in Randolph on account of failure
to pay poll tax. Guilford lost more
Lola, the twenty month's old
child of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gillis,
of Biscoe, died of pneumonia April
17th. The remains were buried
at Macedonia church April 18th.
A series of revival meetings will
begin at the Methodist Protestant
church 'he fourth Sunday in June,
Mr. Swain will oe assisted Dy itev.
J. D. Williams, of Winston-Salem.
Mr. Ol C. Patterson has moved
from Cooleemee to Greensboro and
has opened a store at Proximity
Mills. Mr. Patterson formerly lived
Messrs. C. C. Shaw, of New
Hope Academy, J. F. Hamilton,
of Central Falls; Dr. C. H. Lewis,
of Farmer, and W. C. Routh, of
Gray's Chapel, were into see us
Editor Zeb Saunders, of Albe
marle, was in Asheboro yesterday
enroute to Troy. Mr. Saunders
says Stanley is naturally a Repub
lican county but for 40 years past
it has been Democratic.
Deputy Sheriff J. M. Luther, of
Union township, brought Lowe
Daniel to jail Saturday charged
with manufacturing liquor contrary
to law. A bill was found against
Danli'l at last term of court and he
was arrested and gave bond. His
sureties have surrendered him. He
is the only prisoner in jail.
The Asheboro, Band will give a
Minstrel at the Academy Friday
evening of this week. An admission
will be charged and the proceeds
will go to the treasury of the organ
ization. The band has made excel
lent progress and is now equipped
in the best manner. Many new in
struments and uniforms have been
added during the past few days.
The work of the young men is not
only a credit to themselves but to
F. Ingold was a business visitor
in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Wade, of Troy, is visiting
Mrs. Jean Rush this week.
Miss Maggie Blackburn is a guest
in the home of Mr. A. Auman.
.Mr. John Moflitt made a business
trip to Danville, Va., last week.
Rev. B. F. Fincher, of Farmer, is
a guest of Rev. N. R. Richardson.
Mrs. Gideon Macon, of Farmer,
was in Asheboro yesterday shopping.
Miss Sallie Fox, of Randlemau,
is visiting at the home of Dr. L.M.
Mrs..J. V. Hunter and children
leave to day for Pineville to visit
The little daughter of Mr. J. E.
Cole, of Coleridge, is quite Bick with
Miss Nellie Swift, of Boston,
spent Tuesday in Asheboro enroute
Mrs. Harrelson, aged 70 years,
died at her home west of Asheboro
Mr. W. J. Armfield and S. W.
Laughliu returned from a pleasure
trip South Friday night.
J. W McAlister, of Winston
Salem, was jn Asheboro Monday
and Tuesday on business.
Misses Millie Beasley and Mamye
Bulla, of Randleman, attended the
Commencemement Tuesday night
Attorneys R. R. King and G. S.
Bradshaw, of Greensboro, were in
Asheboro Tuesday on legal business.
R. F. Dal ton, of High Point, was
a passenger on the afternoon train
from High Point enrout to Mt.
Miss Mozelle Dicks, of Randle
man, is a guest of friends, attending
the closing exercises of the Graded
Mrs. A. U. Worth has returned
from Charlottesville, Va., where she
spent several days in the interest of
Sam Spencer hss gone to Star to
take charge of a saw mill operated
by his fatner, Mr. A. A. Spencer,
at that place.
' Mayor Elijah Moflitt is attend
ing tne inauguration of his brother,
Prof. E. L. Moflitt, as president ot
W. J. Teague has moved the old
barn off of Worth Fayetteville street
which greatly improves the looks oj
that section of town.
Col. W. P. Wood, returned Satur
day from New Orkans where he at
tended the Confederate Reunion.
He reports a great time.
Miss Erwin, teacher in the pri
mary department of the Asheboro
Graded School will leave for her
home at Pineville, to-day.
Architect Leonard L. Hunter, of
Charlotte, is expected to arrive this
week with the specifications for the
new Graded School building.
Mrs. T. T. Ferree, who is in the
hospital at High Point is improv
ing rapidly. She will probably be
able to return home in a few days.
Mies Ulah Hayes, of Randleman,
attended the closing exercises of the
Asheboro Graded School this week.
She was a guest of Miss Louise
Mrs. E. E. Kephart attended the
commencement of the High Point
Graded School this week, returL
ing Tuesday, accompanied by her
sou, who has been in school there.
The base ball game Monday aftei
noon between Asheboro and Randle
man resulted in a score of II to 3 in
favor of the locals. An enthusias
tic crowd of fans witnessed the
Miss Daisy Stuart Page, of Mor
ristown, Miss Annie Tomlinson, of
High Point, and Miss Laura Stim
son, teachers in the Asheboro Graded
School, will leave for their homes
Prof. Jno. L. Harris, Misses Mary
Perry Blunt, Annie Johnson, Edna
Hill and Jennie Burfort, of the
faculty of Randleman Graded ch( o
attended the closing exercises of
Asheboro school this week.
Mr. Z. T. Bird has moved hii
family to Asheboro from High Point
and is living on the corner of Main
and Worth streets. Mr. Bird is
decorating the interior of his store
room and expects in a few days to
begin opening his stock for the
five and ten cent store.
Application for a charter for the
Asheboro Council, Jr. Order United
American Mechanics, with 27
members has been forwarded to the
State Secretarv. The membership
embraces som of our btst citizen,
and the Juniors is oueof the strong-!
est fraternal and insurance orders. '
Pupils Enter Vacation Season after
Hard Year's Work.
EXERCISES BEGAN TUESDAY
Program by Uradiiatlng CIhkh LaHt
Night Lorge Audience WltnmHand
Enjoy Programs UenUerecl Mimic
by the Anheboio Ha ml.
' The- commencement exercises of
the Asheboro Graded School began
Tuesday night with an interesting
program by the pupils. The school
c'hapel was crowded to its utmost
capacity, all standing room being
Those who took part in the pro
gram did themselves much credit
and gave evidence of the careful
training they had received during
the long winter months from the
most efficient faculty. The delight
ot the patrons aud friends of the
school was- Bhown by the frequent
and enthusiastic applause accorded
each number on the program.
The work accomplished during
the past year has been most thor
ough and the report of Superin
tendent Staler, which will be pub
lished in The Courikk makes this
by far the best year for attendence
and thoroughneps in work in the his
tory of the sctod.
The report will show a total en
rolerueut for the year of 315 a gain
of 15 per cent over last year. An
average daily attendance of 223 a
gain of 28 per cent over last year.
The promotions at the end of the
year were about 80 per cent of the
PROGRAM TCESDAY EVENING.
Chorus Come, Fairies, Come.
Recitation How to Speak a Piece
John Swain. '
Song Flag of Our Country.
Recitation Aunt Sylvia's First
Geography Lesson Mary Belle
Song Doll's Lullaby.
Recitation "Goblins" George
Report of Little Ones.
Song Little Soldiers
Recitation Mr. Brown ha3 His
Hair Cut Lucile Rush.
Recitation Sparticus to the Gladia
tors Wayland Hayes.
Song Sweepers Growl.
I Can't DothisSum.
Chorus Hail Day of Rest
' The graduating exercises last
night were well attended and the
program which follows represented
much hard work and deep thinking
upon the part the graduates.
PROORAM WEDNESDAY EVF.NINU, MAY 2, 190G.
Son;; Village Bells.
Duet Lutspiel Overture Blanche Anderson
and Lura Hendricks.
Essay Industrial Development of North
Carolina Blanche Spoon.
Oration Work Henry B Ingram.
Essay Puritanism Corrinna Auman.
Song Event ide.
Essay A Sketch of Randolph County
Oration The Awakening of Japan Alex M
Essay Distinguished Women of the Tast
The Story of a Tack
Awarding of Diplomas.
Six completed the course Misses
Coriinna Auman, Marietta Betts, !
Blanch Coffin, Mullie Rush, Messrs i
Henry Ingram and Alex orth.
Diplomas were presented at the
else of the exercises by Chas M Sta
ley. Oradrd School Honor Roll.
Lela Aiken, Robert Plumnier, Ernest Fpen,
cer, Harvey Woodell, Frank Fox, Ruth
McFherson, Cennie ingold, Mac Ridge, Car
rie Burrow, Alvah Betts, Colon Spoon, Etta
Glasgow, Tyson Foster, Lucile Ward, Edith
Betts, Gertrude Foster, Ruliy Wright, Gusta
Humble, John Prittain, Garland lawdermilk,
Ethel I'resnell, Ursli? Williams, Jowel Glas
gow, Jiettie Newby, Maggie Ledwell, Frank
Allen, Edna Norman, Fred Smith, Earl Free,
Lillian Huusucker, Eunice Bulla, ' Minnie
Ingold, Dorothy Henley, Frank Steed.
Claude Burrow, Cleon Spoon, Rilla Spoon
Jessie Wood, Fred Pluuinier, Jessie Ward,
Mabel Parrish, Lulu Piiti-hard, Nannie
Plummer, Carl Steed, Harvey Hodgers, Ger
trude Aiken, Hobert Cx, Eugene Morris,
John Moflitt, Clara Fn--iieH Lucile Scarboro,
Kate Brittain, Mabel poon, Cortes: Norman,
Kate Tucker, Mary Ruth Angle, Charlie
Clarence Mi Pherson, Ollie Wright, Nannie
Miller,vErie Atchison, Ha Aiken, Frances
Walker, ornie Wall, Everet Newby, Fan
nie Newby, Lillian Hendricks, Fred McPher
son, F.iliih Hunsucker, Lacy Lewis.
CIvde Aiken, Harriette Hammer, I.illie
Parrish, Maude Hall, Lallah Sapp, Mildred
Mirk head, Nerma Wall, Ulnah Rush, Myrtie
Ridge, Eulah Glasgow, Walter Stowe.
FIFTH URAPE. '
Beulah lAughlin, Fannie Hannah, Lillian
Coltrane, Ethel Free, Allie Spocn, Farla
Spoon, Garland Pritchard, Wade Cranf'.rd,
ban Eoroi'gbfl, liau outturn -
C'li:Tord Cox. I-ley Cf.x. Idyl Free, Annie
Fox, Nancy LamUrt, Mamie Monis. Ros-a
Stone, Knolie I'lesnell, Lucile Rnh I.ynette
Swain, liera Scarboro,-Ernest Williams.
Blanche Anderson, Wnyhiiul Hayes, Lcln
Hall, Lollie Jones, liessie Lauglilin, !iaee
Ida Henley, Mona Uusli, .Blanche Spoon,
tirady Miller, Herndon Moflitt.
JIullie flush, Henry Ingram, Alex Worth.
HIGH POINT LOCALS.
Ilaracn Clans Organized Carolina In
mirauce Company Inauliig Policies
Col. W. P. Wood was a welcome
visitor here Saturday, enroute home
from the Confederate Reunion at
A. L. Hussey, a hustling farmer
near the city, was here Saturday.
Mr. Hussey fives in Guilford county
We are glad to see Capt. Eck.
Burns take up his run again as
Conductor 011 the Ashphnrn train
Capt. Brown, yardmaster, gave him
OA i.u: ; , ,
u i-iua iuia inviuiug as a starter.
The Carolina Life Insnrnncp Com
pany with the Home office located.
1,0 ,;n a.
A Baraca Class was organized last
Sunday at the Washington St. M. E.
Church, with 12 charter members.
The following officers were elected:
President, Prof. Geo. H. Crowell,
Vice President Belvin Harmon,
Secretary C. R. McAdams, Treasurer
T. H. Spencer, Press Reporter Chas.
F. Wilson, Teaoher Dr. T. F. Marr.
The Eagle Furniture Company is
now running in its new building.
Mr. T. H. Spencer is the new
Quite a number from here at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Irene
Craven at Trinity last Sunday. A
great many Randolph people " were
Capt. Brown, yardmaster, here
says that the business has increased
25 per ceit. each week, in the ship
Randolph people are hauling a
great deal of lumber, some coming
Marriage Celebrated at Home ot Mm.
Henry Rich Sunday Will Live
Mr. Willis KirkDatrick. nf Wis-
chata, Kan., and Mrs. Minnie Rich
Cox were married Sunday at the
home of the .bride's mother, Mrs.
Henry Rich, in South Asheboro.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. W. E. Swain.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick left
yesterday for Kansas where they
will make their future home.
Mr. Kii kpati ick 's father r nee lived
near Mitchfc'eld, moving to Kentucky
several veais ao. When 20 vears
old Mr. Willis Kirkpatrick wnt to
rvansas wnere ne nas been most
suceessful and is to-day one of its
most prosperous farmers.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick has many friei ds
in RandolDh whom The Coi:rii?r
joins in extending best wishes.
A torpid, inactive liver can pro
duce more bodily ills than almost
anything else. It is good to clean
the system out occasionally. Stir
the livpr up, and get into shape
generally. The best results are
derived fmm the use of De Witt's
Little Ejrty Risers. Reliable, ef
fective, pleasant pill with a repu
tation. Never gripe. Sold by
Standard Drug Company and Ashe
boro Drug Company Asheboro, N.
Mr. E. G. Gilmer, of the Hotel
Iredell, at Statesville, will run the
hotel at Catawba Spring again
i his season. He has 125 rooms
there and 10 cottages. Electric
lights are being installed and other
improvements made. The summer
seasons opens June 1.
For a painful burn there is noth
ing like DeWitt's Witch Hazel Sake.
There are a host of imitations of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve on the
market see tha you get the genu
ine. Ask for DeWitt's. Good, too
for sunburns, cuts, bruises, and
especially recommended for piles.
The name E. C. DeWitt & Co.,
Chicago, is on every box. Sold by
Standard Dm a: Company and Ashe
boro Drug Company.
A man has to lose a good deal of
money on the races to feel as bad
about it as he does when he gets
stung for a small subscription to a
A good complexion is impossible
with the stomach out of order. If
pasty sallow people would pay
more attention to their stomachs
and less to the skin on their faces,
they would have better complexion
KODOL EOR DYSPEPSIA will
digest what you eat and put your
stomach back in right shape to do
its own work. Kodol relieves pal
pntation of the heart, flatulence,
sour stomach, heart burn. etc. Sold
by Standaid Drug Comj any a J
Asheboro Drug Oompanv Athiboro,
FRANKLINVILLE ITEMS. j
SliccewNful Protracted Meeting Closed !
Willi More than Twenty Con ver- 1
The protracted meetings closed at;
the M.E. church last Wednesday j
night. Over twenty conversions and
accessions to the church have been re-1
corded and the church has been very ;
much revived. Rev. O. A. Wood i
deserves much credit for his untiring j
efforts for a successful meeting. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ellison spent!
Saturday and Sunday with their I
brother, Mr. Alfred Ellison, atj
Li i erty. j
Messrs. Li. M. Welch and Albert
Tippett attended the funeral of Mrs.
Hurley at Cedar Falls Sunday.
Several of our people attended
church at White's Chapel Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. York, of High Point,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fentress
the first of the week.
Messrs. Lutterloh and Abe Hud
son spent Sunday in the city with
Mr. J. R. Tippett, one of our
clever horse jockeys, has been doing
some more swopping and now has
one of the finest grizzly sires in the
Mr. Chas. Parsons ha moved to
the Stout residence, on Back street.
Mr. Tom York, of Cedar Falls,
has moved his family to the Ran
dolph Manufacturing Company.
Mr. James Wrenn, of Worthville,
was in the city Sunday.
Mr. Peter Mobley, of Cedar Falls,
has moved his family into the resi
dence recently vacated by Dennis
Allred on Liberty Avenue and has
accepted a position. with Mr. Hugh
Parks, Sr., as stock manager and
overseer of farming and trucking.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Moon died one day last week
and was interred in the Baptist
church cemetery. Rev. James Jor
dan conducted the funeral. Much
sympathy is expressed for the be
Notices Inserted under this head at one
oent word each Insertion.
FOR SALE Two engines, one 35 hon-e
power and one 30 horse power; one 50 horse
f rower boiler, and one saw mill and fixtures,
created near Midway siding, 10 miles south
of Asheboro, on A. & A. Yiy. Redding Lcsi
nBR Co., J. A. Redding, Sec. & Treas., Mill
boro, N. C.
WANTED STAVES Highest cash prices
paid for all kinds of staves for Norfolk mar
ket. Apply to E A Hammer, Asheboro, N C.
WANTED: District Managers to post
signs, advertise and distribute samples.
Sal ry $18.00 weekly, $3.00 per day for
expenses. State age axil present employ
ment. IDEAL SflAkE CO,,
39 Randolph St., Chicago. III.
FOR SALE An Oliver Typewriter at a
bargain. Only in use since middle of De
cember. W. B. Webster, Lexington Grocery
Co., Asheboro, N. C.
LOST in Asheboro on Monday of this
week letween J M Lassiter's residence and
postofhVe, or at or neat R R Station one open
face gold watch. The finder will please re
turn to the Courier office and receive reward.
WANTED Male teachers to travel and
represent a well established Chicago house.
Experience not necessary. Must come well
recommended. Compensation $85.00 per
month. Write to G. B. Harshbarger, manag
er. Salisbury, N. Car.
Apiil L'0, 4t.
LOST A stick pin lietween the M E
. Lurch and South Asheboro Sunday night,
April 22. Finder regarded by returning to
the Courier office.
WANTED: Travelling Salesmen. Must
furnish referenc s and invest $1,000.00 in
first class 0 pe.' cent Bonds. Salary an4
Expet.ses paid. Experience not required,
we teai h business at our Mills. The Wheel
ing Roofing & Cornice Couipauv, Wheeling,
4 2 -Ct
Is the King: of all 1
Instruments of its I
class- In this instru- I
ment you not only f
have the Artistic !
ST1EFF piano which
has the appearance 1
of the regular Stieff,
but it is fitted with
the finest self-player a
on the market. Any- I
one can play the f
highest classic music 1
down to "The Rag- I
time Drummer." 1
Write for particu- f
Southern Wareroom I
No. o West Trade Street,
Charlotte, N. O.
O. H. Wilmoth, Manager. I
Fruit, Shade and Or
namental Trcs, Vines,
and Plants. Breeders of
High-grade Jersey Cat
tle, and Mammoth Black
and Poland China hogs.
at Manufacturers prices. Large
selection of Records on hand.
W. A. UNDERWOOD, Randleman.
IN SIZE AND QUALITY
Vick's Turtle Oil
for Rheumatism, Swelling1,
Stiff Joints and wounds
on man or beast.
ANTISEPTIC, LIMBERING, and
J HEALS WITHOUT SI AR.
1 L. RICHARDSON M'F'G
2 Greensboro, N. Caro. J
,V -mmmmmmmm mmmammm mm aj
I have purchased the
jewelry repair business of
Mr. H. O. Morris at Ran
dleman and will conduct
the same in connection
with my art gallery.
First-class work guaran
teed and prompt attention
to mail orders. Bring or
send all jewelry repair
Jeweler and Photographer,
Rantleaian, N. C.
The most popular Paris fad
adapted to either dress or
street hats is the French
Sailor. Large line just re
ceived. Tbe season's variety
in trimmings gives each an
individuality obtainable only
at the best millinery estab
lishments. Call and select.
Mrs. C. C. Hubbard has
consented to represent us at
Worthvilie, and the public is
invited to inspect the beauti
ful hats displayed by her
Miss Nannli Ealllnjer, Asheboro:
I JOHN A. VQUNG, i
i Greensboro Nurseries, I
1 Greensboro, N. C. I