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Chas. Owens, of Rowan, who waa
shot by the Bradys a tew days ago
still lives, though his physical con
dition is weak. The physicians
still hope for his recovery.
Wadesboro business men are ar
ranging for the publication of a
handsomely illustrated bookl.t ad
vertising their town.
0. L. Williams is installing ma
chinery for a veneering plant at
While boys were bathing in a
branch south of Burlington last
week they discovered the body of a
dead baby girl with its he-id badly
mashed, tied in a bug.
The Lee Veneer Company, of
Lexington, has been chattered with
$10,000 capital. H. B. Varner, 11.
T. Phillips and others are incor
porators. The plaut of the Elkin Chair
Company including stock and raw
material will be sold June 30th
by order of the referee in bank
ruptcy. During a light at Gold Ilil',
Rowan countv. last week. Jim Mar
tin was badly cut on the neck by
Frank Northcut. The men quar
reled over a diiuk of whiskey.
Thursday night, last, burglar
entered the hardware store of the
Pierce-Whitehead Company, at Wel
don, carrying off more thau 300
worth of pistols and cutlery.
THE "BULLA REUNION"
Anniversary of the Settlement of Win.
Ball In Indluna, Next Month.
The Coukiek is in receipt of a
letter fioin Richmond. Ind., an
nouncing that the ''Bulla Re
union," celebrating the anniversary
of the settlement of William Bulla
m Wayne countv, Indiana, will be
held Thursday, June 14th. 1906.
The reunion will be held on the
old homestead just north of the
city of Richmond, Ind.
All persons knowing themselves
to be decendants of Mr. Bulla are
cordially invited to attend. If
relatives and friends cannot come
they are urged to write a letter of
greeting, or a history of the family,
or reminiscence of family incidents
will be appreciated.
William Bulla settled on the
farm near Richmond in 180(!. Tha
place is now owned by his grandson,
Abner Bulla. Wm. Bulla was a
brother of Daniel Bulla, father of
Alfred BuIIh, Esq. and Dis. A. C.
and Alex Bulla (deceased ).
The Cockier ha3 spent large
sums of money in working up its
circulation and to-day it. thorough
ly covers Randolph aud adjoining
counties besides having a large list
throughout this and other states.
But we are working to build u
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 impruved
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 ; -c
" " " month per issue -tic
" " two months " " 17c
" " six " and over " " l.'ie
Heading notices will lie charged at the
rate of one cent per word. No reader ac
cepted fnr less than 25c.
All hills parable mouth ly.
Our circulation is not made up
of dead heads and exchanges, but
paying subscribers, who send us the
cash for their subscription. Few
are more than six months in arrears
:nd many are paid in advance.
This shows that we circulate among
a prosperous people the class that
advertisers desire to reach.
The Coueier' appreciates the
patronage accorded it in the past
and pledges every effort to give
value received for future business
placed with it.
Why suffer with spring tiiednesp,
mean, cross feeling, uo strength, no
appetite? Hollister'a Rocky Moun
tain Tea will make you well and
keep you well. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Asheboro Drug Company.
Don't let the children suffer. If
they are fretful, peevish aud cross
give them Holister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. The best baby tonic
known. Strength and health fol
low its use. 35 cents. Asheboro
To Cure a Cold in One Dav.
Tate LAXATITIVE DliOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggist refund money if it fail
to eure E W UKOVK'S tijpiature is on
Mob hoc. 5o.
Row an Expert New York OrchardUt
Grade and Pack.
Cnre In picking and handling fruit
is of vital importance. Baskets should
be used, but never bags. The apples
after picking should be turned coreful
ly from the baskets into crates holding
a bushel. These should be drawn to
the packing building nud carefully as
sorted, graded and packed. From the
craten on one side, as seen In the illus
tration, the apples are assorted and
graded into the pockets. The packers
on the other side of the table wrap
MQUT WAY TO GltADE AND PACK.
The packing table Illustrated herewith Is
13 feet Ions, 4 feet wide and 2 feet J
Inches high. A rack Is arratiKed in the
center, as shown. It is 1 feet wide and
1 foot high. It la divided Into sections
I feet 2 Inches the long way. These sec
tions are lined with heavy sheeting,
canvas or sacking. Each section holds
1V4 bushels of apples. Only a single
grade Is placed In a pocket. The grad
ing; is done by the girls on the right, as
yeu look at the picture, and the packing
by those on the left.
and pack Into forty or fifty pound
standard boxes. In packing corrugated
pasteboard caps are used in the boxes
and on both ends of the barrels. The
Illustration of a fifty pound box of
Baldwins handsomely displays the
We pack three grades. The A grade
Is the finest, nud every specimen Is
perfect. The B grade Is of the same
quality, but smaller. The O grade,
which is good, but not so perfect, is
packed in barrels. The balance Is evap
orated. Even the skins and cores are
saved and exported.
Five women and three men will work
tip 100 bushels of apples a day. A
bushel of apples will make from five
and three-quarters to seven pounds of
evaporated fruit, according to the Ta
riety. There should be fewer apples
put into barrels and boxes and mors
sent to the evaporator. The apple mar
ket for eastern fruit is unsatisfactory
much of the time for reason of bad
packing. So much Inferior fruit is put
into the barrels, and especially in the
' BALDWIN IX AS IDEAL PACKAGE.
: niMilIo willi the cutis topped off with
1 good looking tipples. Unit buyers have
i no coiitile:ice in the packing. They
! cannot guarantee the fruits and fix the
' price upon the poorest grade in the
barrel. This dues not pay the grower.
: George T. I'owell, American Agricul
' RrKtroyinsc Plnnt Lire.
The l'-raetieal Counselor 1'or Fruit
, and Gardt'U Culture of Frankfort re
cently offered it prize for the best
method of destroying plaut iiee, for
which fifty-eight persons competed.
The prize was awarded to the author
of the following preparation: Quassia
wood two aud one-half pounds, to be
soaked over night in ten quarts of
water and well boiled, then strained
through a cloth aud placed, with 100
quarts of water, iu a petroleum burrel,
with five pounds of soft soap. The
mixture is theu ready for sprinkling
on plants infested with lice. If the
sprinkling is repeated several times th9
pests will disappear. Richard Guen
ther, Consul General, Frankfort, Ger
many. Flowers I'nder Glass.
The six states having the greatest
areas of glass for floriculture are Il
linois, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New Jersey and Massachusetts. These
six states have within their borders 61
per cent of all the glass In the United
States. The figures, ag given by Dr.
Galloway of the bureau of plant Indus
try, are as follows:
New York 7n6,0O0
New Jersey 4.3u3,000
Japan Cheatnnta la Mlchliraa.
Japun chestnuts ore proving of but
little value at the South Haven experi
ment station In Miehignn. Two of the
Europe.nu varieties. Paragon and Com
fort, are very promising and have giv
en several noteworthy crops. In tlie
test of cever crops In the orchard mam
moth clover has proved especially val
uable. It Is most satisfactory whes
or barley "to grown with it
BISHOP SETH WARD.
Sou of Itniiilolph County Man Who
Moved to Texas.
It has been curiently reported
that the recently appointed Bishop,
Seth Ward, of Texas, is a deceudant
of a Tar Htel. The Charlotte Ob
server recently contained a para
graph which said he is a son of a
Randolph citizen who moved to
Texas years ago.
A church paper gives the follow
ing: "Cseth Ward was assistant secretary
Board of Missions at time of his
election. Son of Samuei Goode and
Sarah Ann Wynche Ward. Born
in Leon county, Texas, November ,
1858. Boyhtood days were speut in
work on a Texas farm. Attended
the public school-1. Received
honorary degree of D. D. from
Southwestern University, George
town, Texas. Licensed to preach
November 6, 1881, in Leon county,
at that time a part of the North
western Texas Conference, now a
member of Texas Conference. Join
ed the Northwestern Texas Con
feience. Man ied January 5, 1886,
to Margaret E. Smith. Twtt chil
dren. Member of the General Con
ference of 1894, 1898 and 1902.
ppoihted a delegate to the
rJcumenical Conference of 1901."
Will Enter Plea ol" Self-defense Killed
Another Negro at Albemarle.
A. C. McRae, who shot and killed
Dolph Wall, at Albemarle, Stanley
county, about a month ago, waa ar
rested in Columbia, South Carolina,
and last week was brought back to
Albemarle where he has been com
mitted to jail to await the July term
vi court. Both men are colored,
fticltae and his victim quarrelled
after a game of cards in which
"Mac" is said to have lost heavily.
Caunsel has been employed and
McRae will plead self-defense.
Chamberlain's Ccgli Remedy the Very
"I have been using Chamberlain's
Cou;ih Remady and want to say it is
the best cough medicine I have ever
taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a mer
chant of Harlan, Mich. There is no
question about its being the best as
it will cure a cough or cold in less
time than any other treatment. It
should always be kept in the house
ready for instant use, for a cold can
be cured in much less time when
promptly treated. For sale by
Standard Di ng Co., Asheboro, W .
A. Underwood, Randleman.
Mr. C. U. Wainwight of Lemon
City Fin., has written the niamifaet
ureis that much better results are
obtained from the use of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Plan limn
Remedy in cases of pains in the
swuiiiieli, colic and cholera morhu."
by taSiug it in water us hot i s ran
lindr.iiik. That when taken, it.e
thi.s way the effect is double in riiji
idity. "It set ins to get at the riht
spot instantly," lie says. Fur sale ly I
Standaid Drug Co., Asheboro, W. !
A. Underwood, Raudlemati. ;
A. 15. Hunter ia building a to-i
bacco prize house at Apex.
Our Big Clubbing Offer.
By special arrangement with the
Southern Agriculturist, the jropu
lar semi-monthly farm paper of
Nashville Ienn,we are able to give
our readers the advantage of a club
bing offer which we believe is the
most liberal ever made by any news
paper in the South.
In the first place, we Kill send
the Southern Agriculturist a whole
year free to any new or old subset it
er who pays us for a years subscrip
tion to our own paper.
This great stmi-monthly farm pa
per goes twice every month into 50,
000 southern homes, and the regu
lar pi ice is 50 cents per year. , It is
edited by southern men and won.e'i
to suit southern conditions, and is
just what our farmers need. It
nnswi-rs free of charge hlv question
a subscriber may ask, and itf advice
is given in a plain, practical way
which any farmer can understand.
All (lepuitments of farm life are
covered, including delightful home
ami children's pages, feainple cop
ies free at our otlice.
UEUE IS OL'lt IHO ALJ.-SOl'TU EltX
(The Courier) $1.00
Southern Agiiculturist .50
Nashville Weekly American .50
Industrious Hen (poultry) .5o
Southern Fruil Grower .50
Total regular price 3.00
We will send you all five of the
papers a whole year for only $1.50.
These papers are all southern
publications and each is a leader in
ts particular held. Urder this
club and you will get a big year's
reading at nominal cost. Address,
Asheboro, N. C.
In Ladies', Misses' and Child
ren's Oxfords, in patent leather
gun metal, calf and vici kids.
Our display embraces all the
season's most attractive lasts
and points of style. Call and
Shoe for Men
This shoe needs no intro
duction. It is the only shoe
that is furnished to the inde
pendent dealer in car-load lots,
and this is done all over the
State. It is the people's popu
Light Weight Hats
Our stock shows all the
choicest shapes. You can find
the one adapted to your statue
if you call to see us. We have
done the season in Panamas,
but still have a few left
M0RRIS-SCARB0RO M0FFITT CO,,
Having Qualilied as Executor on I he
estate of Hannah Robbius, deceased, be
fore V. C. Hammond, Clerk of the Superior
Court of Randolph county, all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are notilied tc
present them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before the 1st dry of June
I'.'tt", or this notice will bp pleaded iu bar
of their leeoverv; and all evsons owinj:
said estate will come forward and make
This 3rd day of May, lOOfi,
J. E.jAiMtKi.i., Executor,
of Hannah Robbius, deed.
Iiy virtue of an r ider of the supei ii i court
of Randolph countv in tin' -pei ial proceeding
entitled Lewis I' York Admr ci til Vs .1 M
York el a', I will on lie I h day of J
I'.'lHi, at ll o'clock M at lire i'i ur: li. n c
d. or iM A-hi'bor,,, X C. -oil at . , ! .1 :.- a-i.-tioii
to the hiuhest Milder the o!loii y d.-ciihcd
tract of land:
A Tract adi .iuii g t'te U .is of Alfred
W iilianis ai:d ol hers, hcninr at a por . ak,
nri'jinal cirner, thence Eui L'.s chains to a
stoi.c, 'l':i iiit h;i iilianis' cot oer; tlu-nce
North wi h h. r line .11 1.1 chai - o a stake in
the middle of the creek, said Willi. mis' c r-
nei; 1 1 ii 'i down the vnih'us i r-cs oT :iie
creek lo a stake; thence I'asi 7 .I'I chains to
a slake; ill nee South I'.i .ln chains lo the 1 1
gii.ning. co 'tainii g I'.", acres, nioru or less
Terms of sale, I-.'! cash, I-.", in three
m lis, and I -.'! in six months, the purchaser
lo L;ive a bond and approved -.ecurity for ll e
Ki.i i mi Moinii , Commission, r.
This May 1, HHiH.
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank B'ld'g.
Armfield (El Laughlin.
Real EsteUe DeaJers.
Tennessee Wholesale Nurseries.
No agents traveled, but sell direct to planters
at wholesale prices. Absolutely free from dis
ease and true to name. Write for catalogue and
prices before placing your order elsewhere. We
guarantee our stock to be true to name. Largest
Peach Nursery in the World. Address
J. C. HALE,
RALEIGH, N. C.
. C. 1
THErtE SCHOOLS filVK tiie wo-M' b4 In
College in North ('antlins. Piiiiiotis eminintei'd.
InilivKiuitl lustrni'tiiiu, wtHl-nteicli ll'xk-kciue. MinnnHiiil. ertinmnxliip. iy mail. Hone
lur H'MiifrttiNlir rule. Write luy fo'our u ilij:i- :lr mi'l H'eli Eii'l.trm-ineiiti). Tlioy are
tree. Adunw. KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
KaleigK. N. C. r Charlotte, N. C.
11 L t'oltnine VsS L Coltrane, R L Gard
ner mid lierliiisljaml A B Gardner.
! T!ie ilefiMniaiiia aliove numed will take no
! iit e lliat an action entitled us above has been
I I'lininii'iiceil in the superior court of Randolph
county liefore the clei k to sell acertain parcel
of land situated iu New' Market township, in
said county, for division among tenants in
common; and the said defendants will further
a!e notice that they are required to appear
a' the (illite of the clerk of the snperiorcourt,
fur the county of Randolph, on the fourth
day of June i'JOli, at the court house of said
county in Aliclioro, X (.', nud answer or de
mur in the petition in said action, or the pe
titi 'iier will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in said petition.
W C IlAMMosr,
Clerk of the Stijierior Court.
This 7th .lay of May, l'JOIi.
I'y virtue of an order of sale granted by
I he Superior Court of Randolph County on
ihe wiition of Bertha C Luther against
( rover C Cox and o'.lcrs I shall sell at the
piis ollice iu Ramseur, X C, at 12 O'clock
M on the Kith day of Juno l!)Uti, the follow
ing Real Kstate, to-wit: Three tracts of land
in Columbia township in said county.
Tract No 3: Being a lot in Raiuseiu , be
ginning at a small Muck gum, John II Jones'
corner.and runs X L'8 degrees K with said
Jones' line 1 ch to a stone, thence S W de
grees, E. i chsand (itf Iks to a stone, thence
40 degrees, I ch to a stone, thence X
58 degrees, W i chs and Iks to the 1
ginning, containing 1 4 acre, more or less.
Tract No ": Rcing a lot iu Ramseur, ad
joining the lands ot J W Allied, J M White
head and others, lieginning at Hicks' eniiicr,
and runs with his line to j V A II red's line,
thence with Allied's lino to Hicks' corner,
thence with Hicks' line about North to the
public road, thence with said road to the le
ginning, contaii.ing about 1-1 or an acre.
Tract Xo (i: Rcing a lot in Rauiseur, lie
ginningat J W Allied's corner on the side
of the public road, and runs thence with said
road to Hicks' own comer, thence with his
own line to Allied's line, thence with All
red's line to a slake, Allied's corner, thence
with the Allied line to the beginning, con
tabling 1-4 acre, more or less.
Terms: One-third ''u-h, 'be remaining
two-thirds on a credit of six itmnllis, the pur
chaser givinc bond and appn- ved srcuiiiy
therefor, and the title reserved till the fur
ther order of the court.
John T Humus, Commissioner.
This 7th dav of May, I'Jihi.
Kv virtue of an order ot tc-snle (minted lv
tlie'superior i.'ourt tit Kunilolpi County oil Ihe
I petition of T. H. Wilson hxeeiitorol I rioiniK m
VtllMin. deceased, mainst Win. Branson unil
wife nud ot hers. I shall sell at the Court Hou-e
oiH.r III AsllclKUO. X. 0.. lit l-J O'clock M. nil tlie
I -in.l day ot July, I'.HKS, the fol lowing Keul Estate,
to-wit: , ,
Tract No. 1: A tract ot land In Randolph
Countv, state of N C. ltpiwer township adjoin-It.'.-
tlie lands of .1. P. Phillips. James Haiper.
hes'iey Cuviness, Neill KiUd and niceis, l,oii
taiuiuK IW l-Sneres, mole or less, nud known as
the Thomas M Wilson home place. Imimlit Ly
Thomas M. Wilson from Kli N. X. M illltt and
wife, and lormerlv known us tile Joshua Craven
home place, except forty acres of same sold oil'
ov i nomas n usou iu iviuci t ........ ,
Tract Xo. S- Adjolntmr the aliove mentioned i
tract, the lauds of Xeill Kidd. Win. lculon and
of.ei-s. containiim 4ft acres, more or less, and j
l.ciiiu a part of the share of the Alston Wilson I
heirs in the lamlMil li.inh Wlls .n.
Tract Xo. 3: A tract of land cnntutniUK 40 ,
acres, more or less, Iviiik in Chatham County,!
( ear Creek Township, Stale of X. ('.. joined in ,
; the wet !v tle Kandolph Coiinly line. Imuiidcd
on the south l.v Matthew Myrick. the Heatoii ,
lands i n the east and the Wm. lieatoii lands on ;
Ihe North, mid hehiK a part of the share of the
Alston Wilson heirs in the lands of Klijah Wilson, j
I in. t Xo. 1 is sold siihject lo the life ista-e of '
Sarah Wilson, widow.
Terms: one-third cash. Ihe rcnuilniiiK two-,
thirds on a credit of twelve mouths, the pur-I
chaser Kivlnir I I and approved security there
for, aim the title reserved till the further order
ol the court.
JOHN T. HUi n A IX, Commissioner. ;
Thi- .'.Mil day of May. l!'ti. ;
llavino iiialilicd as Executor on the estate
of James Ledbeller, deceased, lieu.ru WC
Ilatiiinoud, Clerk of the Superior Court of
Randolph county, all persons having claims
a.u'ainst said estate are nolilied lojiresenl lliein !
lo the uiidersijiucil, ('illy verilied, on or liefore
ihcord.l.iy of May, 11107, or lliisnoticewill be
pleaded iu bar of their recovery; and all per
sons owinj; said estate will come forward
and make immediate settlement.
J. R. Ilt'TToN, Executor,
James Led'iettcr, dee d.
This :'7th day of April, ll"H'..
June Buds a Specialty.
f CHARLOTTE, N. C
I Piedmont. Ins. Bid.
m xlern BuMtMM Education. OMwt Bnoinew
lmrktil ly a written contract. Nt v.-icatmu.
Quicker and better
and will run longer without loosening than is
possible when set the old way.
iU give just the desired amoumj S.'l'dith
to the wheel. Xo guess work about it. No
burnt or charred felloe surfaces to wear
way and looseu the tire
We Set Them Cold
No steam and water soaked felloe surfaces
to shrink away and loosen the tire, no burnt
paint to replace. We do not OVER DISH
nor UN DER DISH.
We guarantee work and refund your money
if not satisfactory. Come and see the ma
chine in operation.
HUGH J. BURNS,
25 good check or box
loom weavers. Good
weavers can make $30
$40.00 a month. Cheap
house rent or good board
can be had for $2.50 per
week. We run only 10
hours per day and stop
at noon on Saturday's.
Healthiest and most
delightful place in the
country to live.
Come at once or ad
dress J E HARDIN, Supt.
Ashcville Cotton Mills,
Asheville, N. C.
, Do not be de -eiv. ! i . .
i vertise a Skii.oo ,
I $20.00. ThisUiiM! ,:. :
1 be bi-ujrlit fioin i;-- in
dealers from :'l").ii Mu - .
I WE MAKE A V.Kl-r.-Y
THE NEW H0SIE 17 '
The Fei'd detonnines '
' weakness of Sew ui;r
Ollll -( eiil;i :io I '
wtronir jiuints iiiah - t ho '
the best ticu-ing .Ma ti;:.- '..
Write for CIRCULARS h.- '
wo muuuractiirean.l r . . -'.. .
THE NEW HOME SE-.V;C f!A:::: Cfj.
28 Union Sq. X. Y,, llilea.. . . .ilu,
SU IjOU1s,Mo., Dallns,T.';:.,S.iu l i ... . U.;
. FOR SALE BY
; Blacksmith and General
I manufacture Timber Wheels,
repair Buggies and Wagons, Shoe
Horses and do a general repair bus-
; iness. Second hand buggies always
on hand at bargains.
When in Asheboro see me. Shop
back of McDowell's livery stables.
A. M. PKE'SNELL.
My Work Pleases!
! When you wish an easy shave
! As gixxl as barter ever gaTe,
Just call on me at my saloon.
At morning, eve or noon,
cut and dress the hair with grace,
To suit the contour of tlie face.
My room is neat and towels clean,
j Scissors sharp and razors keen,
( And everything I think you'll find,
I To suit the face and please the mind,
And all my art and skill can do,
I If you just call I'll do for you.
Next door to Postoffioe.
We build Machinery to or
der, overhaul and repair ma
chinery, cut gears, make
patterns, models, etc.
Southern Machine Works,
High Point, N. C.
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