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The Asheboro Courier.
Asheboro, N. C. May 31, 1906
Local and Personal.
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A. A. Spencer returned from
Frof. K. H. Mclntyre, of Farmer,
was in Asheboro last Friday.
Oacar Coffin has returned home
from the University to spend
Dr. Fox has purchased the Jasper
Annian home on South Fayette
Miss Edith Moring left Tuesday
for W;i8hingtou to visit her aunt
Mrs. Jno. Bulla.
Mr. A. 0. Cox, a prominent
citizen of Michfleld, spent Friday
in Asheboro on business.
Misses Annie and Marion Mor
ing returned Tuesday morning from
the State Normal at "Greensboro.
Miss Carrie Lowe, after attend
ing commencement at Farmer, re
turned to her home at High Point
The Courier job department is
always busy, but we make it a point
to execute orders according to prom
ise. Miss Ethel Pagf has returned to
her home near Burlington after
visiting Mrs. W. C Hammer tor
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Foust died Friday and
was buried Saturday in the Ashe
The corner lot recently owned by
policeman Fox was sold to Mr. A. M.
Free, who has since sold it to Mr.
C. C. Cranford.
Miss Clara Spencer, who has
been attendingthe Conservatory of
Music at Durnam, returned home
Monday morning .
The school election held at
Farmer Friday resulted in the de
feat of the special school tax by a
vote of 35 to 34.
Miss Mamie Mclntyre, instructor
in music at Farmer Institute, re
timed to her home at Carl, in
Montgomery county Friday.
Miss Helen Newbeld, who had
charge of the primary department
at Farmer Institute during the past
year was in Asheboro Friday en
route to her home at Graham.
The Courier failed to say last
week that the prize catch made by
the party who spent the day with
Mr. S. W. Kivett on Caraway fish
ing was a seven pound redhorse.
The Asheboro Band will give
their ministrel show at Frank lin
ville June 2nd instead of June 5th
as announced last week. The boys
have a good show and will be given
a large house.
Miss Ora M. Cox, of Greensboro,
who has been teaching in the Apos
tolic Holiness Bible School there,
passed through Thursday on her
way home to attend the Friends'
Quarterly Meeting at Holly Springs
Mr. L. L. Thomas, "The oldest
Mason in North Carolina," was in
Asheboro last Week. He says the
statement made by a Winston-Salem
paper that he was married recently
to a young woman 32 years old is an
error. The Courier gladly cor
rects the mistake.
Attention is called to the new
advertisements of the Wachovia
Loan and Trust Company, of High
Point; the Asheboro Department
Store: Stieff Pianos; H. C. Wilmoth,
of Charlotte and McCrary-Redding
Hardware Store, of Asheboro.
The Courier clubs are becoming
popular. It is not much tiouble to
get subscribers for The Courier.
Everybody wants it and almost
everybody in this section is a sub
scriber or intends to become one.
Let the good work go on.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Lewis, of
Farmer, were visitors in Asheboro
Tuesday. Mrs. Lewis brought the
Courier ten dollars in subscription
and receives two of the premiums
one the breakfast set. We thank
her very much for the interest
taken in the paper which our force
is sparing nothing in an effort to
make it the best paper of Piedmont
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Mr. Percy Mendeahall is the
proud father of a big baby boy.
Mr. Wm. Cooper was presented
with a fine baby girl Saturday last
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martin at
tended commencement at Ramseur
Miss Blanche Coffin is a guest of
her sister, Mrs. Ii. L. Deaton, at
D. W. Wood, of LaGrange, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. W.K swain,
in South Asheboro.
Flaud Morris, a student at the
A . & M. Coll ege at Raleigh has re,
turned home for vacation.
Mrs. B. R. Lacy, who was a guest
of relatives here last wpek has re
turned to her home in Raleigh.
G. D. M. Reynolds, of Troy,
spent Sunday in Asheboro and at
tended commencement at Ramseur
Prof. Craven, of Concord, and
principal of the State3ville Graded
Schools, was a visitor in Asheboro
Edgar Woodell is contemplating
extensive improvements on the Al
len WoodeU home place near the
Miss Ina Smitherniau, of Troy,
and Miss Pattie Monroe, of Rocking
ham, attended commencement it
Mr. Ernest Redding, of Gibson
ville, spent Sundav in Asheboro,
attending the funeral of his aunt,
Mrs. W.J, Gregson.
Mrs. A. W. E Capel, of Troy, was
in Asheboro Monday enroute to
Ramseur to attend the closing ex
ercises of Ramseur Graded School
Frances Walker, little daughter
of Dr. J. 0. Walker won a prize for
writing the best child s story under
nine years of age for the "Woman's
Home Companion published in Jew
Dougan' Foster was called to
Dewey Tuesday to see his son who
is quite sick at the home of his
grandfather 11. M. Garner, two
miles from Dewey. He is suffering
Mr. Geo. D. B. Reynolds, of
Troy, was here Saturday enroute to
W hy JN ot to attend commencement.
It is reported that Mr Reynolds has
aspirations which will probably
make him a candidate tor the nomi
nation for Congress on the Republi
WHY NOT ACADEMY.
F. Ilullu Awarded DeclatmrrV Med
alt MIn Beane, the Young Ladles'
Medal and Mis Biggs the
The closing exercises of Why Not
Academy and Business Institute
were held on Thursday, May 24th.
Lone before 10 o clock a vast con
course of people had assembled on
the grounds to witness these exer
cises. Many ot the citizens claim
that the crowd was the largest ever
seen here on such an occasion. It
was a charming day, and the order
was exceptionally good for such a
large crowd ef people.
There were three contests for
gold medals, given by the Principal.
The one given to tne children was
won by little Miss Maggie Biggs;
the one to the young ladies was won
by Miss Ina Beane; and the declaim
ed medal was won Dy Mr. u. a.
The students all did well in their
recitations and declamations, re
flecting honor and credit on them
selves and teachers.
John T. Britlain, Esq., of Ashe
boro, delivered the address. His
subject was, "Education from a
Financial Standpoint." He han
dled the subject well, setting forth
many examples to prove that educa
tion piys financially as well as men
tally, morally and religiously. Many
compliments were passed upon his
Mr. W. A. Cochran, of Troy, pre
sented the children's medal; Mr. G.
D. B. Reynolds, of the same town,
in a speech of appropriate and well
chosen words, presented the young
ladies' medal; and Mr. J. T. Brit
tain, in a speech of sound and whole
some advice, presented the young
On the whole, the commencement
was a success. We would not for
get to mention the social gathering
at night. This was greatly enjoyed
by the young people, and older
The Moffkt String Band furnish
ed music for the commencement
exercises and social, which added
much to the pleasures of the occa
The year just closed has been a
very successful one, with the ex
ception of about two months in the
Spring Term, at which time measles
and whooping cough affected the
school very much, causing nviny to
diaw out, and p:t venting many oth
ers from entering.
The Fall Term will begin Augutt
the Gth, 1900'.
Movements of People Aid Society to
Serve Refreshments Saturday
I Jnne and.
Mr. Fred Day, of Winston-Salem,
filled the pulpit at the Baptist
Church Sunday and preached two
very instructive sermons.
Mr. Jesse Jones and family, of
Liberty, spent Sunday in the city
Mr. George Martindill has accept
ed a position with the street car
line at Greensboro. Mr. Martin
dill is one of our best and most
energetic young men and we feel
eure that he will meet with much
success in his new field.
Mr. I. F. Burrow, of Biscoe,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
in town with his mother, Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tippett left
for Greensboio Monday to visit
their sister Mrs. Nannie Martin,
who hus been ill for some time.
Some of our people attended
commencement at Ramseur Mon
day. Mrs. W. C. York, of High Point,
who has been in the city for some
time with relatives and friends re
turned to her home Saturday.
Mr. Bill Jones, of Greensboro,
was in town Monday shaking
hands with old acquaintances and
smiling at some of our young ladies.
Mr. Joe Maner, of Asheboro, was
in the city Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. H. J. Upton, one of our
prosperous farmers, has erected a
modern and up-to-date stock and
feed barn on the banks of Coon
Creek near his residence in the
northeastern part of the city.
Mr. It. W. J?inlator, of Greens
boro, spent Sunday in town.
Mr. Neal McUoiquadale, who
fires a steam shovel for the South
ern R. R. on the double tracking
between Greensboro aud Salisbury
was at heme Monday.
Mr. W. -S. Buie is building an
addition to his residence on Acade
We have been having some fine
rains for the last few days which
was badly needed and all our farms
and gardens are taking on new life
and our farmers are more hopeful
for good crops this season.
As was announced in the Couri
er last week, the Aoln boro Nightin
gale Band, will give their popular
minstrel in the auditorium of the
academy Saturday night. Ice cream
and other refreshments will be
served by the Ladies A:d Society
and a jolly good time is in store for
all that attend.
Richard McGhee, Miss M. J. Cox,
J. R. Lutterloah, J. H. Free, R. S.
Craven, D. L. Culberson, Jno. C.
Williamson, G. H. Jones, Miss Belle
Dove, M. L. Burke, C. L. Curtis,
Nixon Lucas, Jim King, J. A. Au
man, 0. M. Yow, Noah Richardson,
J. A. Caveness, J. L. Phillips, R. L.
Kearns, Jacob Rovals, Martin Elder.
Henry Dorsett, Alex Koonts, A. S,
Pope, John Reddick, A. G. Bray.
when it comes to selcctintj a remedy
for tired, aching feet due to uncom
fortable foot wear.
Death of a Child Personals and Other
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
C. 0. Skeen died Monday 21, and
was buried 1 uesdav.
Mrs. Gazelle Briles, who has been
visiting Mr. Lee Briles, of Light
House, has returned home.
Mr. Robert Hoover visited his
father, Sam Hoover, at Charlotte,
Several of our young people
attended the commencement at
Trinity High School.
Rev. J. M. Wilson preached an
excellent pernion at Pleasant Hill
The Sunday School at Pleasant
Hill is progiessing nicely.
The Little Monster.
The above is a cut of the new
Wagner mofcir which furnishes
the motive power for The Courier
machinery. It is always in motion
on Tuesday and Wednesday nights
and a cordial invitatiou is extended
to all who can to call and see it.
On Wednesday night the press and
folder are both running.
An Old l,nly.
Mrs. Kisiah Pugh who lives with
her eon Mr. J. W Pugh near Gi'ay's
Chapel wa 83 years old in April
of this year is one of the livliest,
brightest, and most cheerful old
ladies in the county. She was on
a visit to see her son Mr. Kelly
Pugh, and to Mr. J. N. Caudle and
others at New Salem last week.
She was a sister of the late Dr. A.
W. Lineberry, a well known M. P.
minster, of Guilford county, and a
brother of the late Messrs. C. Z.
Lineberry and W. A. Lineberry,
two well known citizens of Randle
man. She is a sister of the wife of
Dr. Brantly York, the founder of
Union Institute, afterwards Trinity
Mrs. Pugh is the mother of J.
W. Pugh, of Gray's Chapel; A. S.
Pugh,, of nt ar Asbebcro; Kelly Pugh,
of New Salem; Frank Pugh, of
Providence township; Mm. J. W?
Routh, of Gi ay's Chapel; and Mrs.
J.M.Cox, of Staley.
Mrs. Pugh has more thau fifty
grand children and forty great
Senator Simmons presented 2,
098 petetious from North Carolina
protesting against the retention of
Reed Sinool as United States Senator.
)ou meet everybody with a smile
if you approach them in
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Gentry Parks Injured In a Runaway
Personals. Mr. Elwood Graves is very sick
Rev. J. F. Allred will preach
the funeral of Misse3s Nettie and
Dora Luck at Pi;gah the s coud
bunday in June.
Mr. Franklin Auman visited his
daughter, Mrs. Chas. Fields, in
Guilford last week.
Mr. J. B. Welch has moved his
family to Moore county where he
has purchased a lot of timber.
Miss Addie Newsome, of Randle
man, is visiting near here.
Mr. George Parks' team ran
away one day last week slightly in
juring Gentry Parks, who was
driving them, and severely injuring
one of the horses.
Mrs. Mary J. Parks is on the
sick list Again.
We have had a nice season of rain
in this section the past few days.
The wheat crop is looking nice.
Mr. John Ash worth and Mr. M.
C. Ashworth have the nicest crop3
of wheat on the river.
Several of friends attended the
Commencement at Why Not aud re
port a nice time and a large crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. James Scott were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. May Ashworth
The trees are bending with peach
es and apples in this section.
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