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Johnson v.lsi,ted . Greensboro
M. RMoffitt, of
Ulah, was iu
m. j$ pmwWWW
juflay iff, Asa
Bpent Mojay ioAs
J: M.i-Oiassiter left Monday for
Pinehnrutwith a W'iiCP:1wfck-fi fas
hounds tajbhase Reynard for a few
Kev. B. . ' Fin cher, of : Farmer,
passed though Asheboro ' Monday
jroing w woui'ne in response to a
message announcing the critical ill
iieas of lji sister. ! 1 '
Su pt. M'nnedy of the rawd force,
moved tjiie conviett fMni : Grays
Chapel .community Saturday and
liave takgn up quarters at the, cona
5 -) I v ' ' I-.4.J ,5
llev. enry Sheets, of Lexington,
will prmh 'to'" th; ;"'Bftpti,
church the tlii-USulS'darrt'nhl
xioauvmuuu a ouuuai ouun is lu uc
herds t JreeMboro3 Jaxuary 8th to
Miss Katie Lee Hester, of Greens'
bpro, retaroed home Monday after
visiting Miss ..Mamie .Richardson
forsevera) days; '( ' , ,'; "" 1 ' v .'"
Mrs. J. W. Steei returned' to. Her
home at Steeds the first of the week.
aftfr'ending several days here
w.idb rrienaB. i
inAbel)orwiUTrtfis j y y
f i&,G. Newliu, of . Raidlenian was
W AheMrO" Sunday 3 A i I 1 j,
! Mrs,- Cynthia Blair has . returned
from a visit to her daughter at SaliS;
Mrs,, . Martha ' page returned . to
oteeus aonaay, aner spending sev
eral days in Asheboro with relatives.
There will be a display of new
fall rnillinery!aT?Mrs: Blair's "store
on Siturday Uctober 5th. ; -)
" fill Skeen, returned Monday from
a, Dusiuefla wg xo oquin varoiina,
:';,tkr'ge' crBWtt 'of AstbornJ young.
tiw iumuat sxmsn, samjA
purchase a lot of horses and mules
been visiting her father, Dr. r. h.
DurhanwTuesday to visit her par
,ents for a few days.
MissIWl Ballinger, of Guilford
Colleeef arrived last week to spend
some t-frne with r, sifter. Miss Nan
nie Bagiiger..ijj o.t ' A.,qA 'li
S. ELoble. of "Providence" town
ship, wjls in Asheboro yesterday on
(business jnj Jjjjfl ;
Miss'-Julia Worth, of Wilmington.
is expeoed.jtctaiEle-tbla8ff jthis
week 4 visiC relatives.
Married Sunday September '30,
1906. Mr. J. BL D8wkm,-f5f Ajh
boro, tqjMiss .Swunnanoah PykfSi of
HonV R. N Page was in Asheboro
vesterdnv and spoke to a large crowd
Rt the itourthouse last . nieht. Our
tpeoplejare always glad to heW' Mr.
Page, who is a plain, practical, and
ProftX MVj left, Monday for
Troy tji' attend the eesioii8 bf the
3HoutgQinery county Sunday School
Association. He returned yester-J
O. M. Henry,, formerly ..witfe 'the
Standard Drug Company here, left
Tuesday for Richuioud, Va., to
tnter Maasey's Business College to
take the combined commerofaT, and
Mrs. W. E. Swain and Miss Ella
"Hendricks left Wednesday for High
"Point to attend the annual mefting
of the North Carolina Branch of
the Womin's " Foreign Missionary.;
Society of the Methodist Protestant
The County Board of Education
w is in session Mouday at the court
house. Besides the regular routine
business Chairman W. T. Foushee,
off red his resignation ou accoiint
of his candidacy for the houpe of
representative of the next legislature
ou the Democratic ticket. The State
Board of Education, ill. uppoiut his
successor. v ' ' " ' '
The series of revival meetings will
l ogin at the Metbedist ohurcli Wed
nesday night of uext week. The
pastor "will be assisted fcy Rev. K.
C. Qieni). of Greensboro, who will
arrive Friday following. Mr. Glenn
is conducting meetings at Salisbury
The eight mouths old child o Mr,
and Mrs. J. W. Denny, of . Central
Falls, died Saturday, morning, und
was buriod at Gile's Chapel Sunday
afternoon. The funeral -seivicti,
conducted by Rev..N. li. Richard-,
sou.ljf Asheboro, was attended by a
larg uumber of relatives and fn'euds
of the bereaved family, ,
Ej W. Swaim killed a big rattle
analce on the farm of Troy Reddiug
in Back Creek townsliip last Sunday,
September 30tb.''.The'. snake had
theTami farhi fast' tfear'-'with tokW
teen f tCttltf.'''-?
J ofetl u a it 0 a ftr,' j?-.4-Fy Brwmr
reprsenting Franklinville township,
rii Afkli roadi
. Robt. W. Jordan, of Franklinville,
.fas' a business, visitor in' Asheboro
jviQnaay . r , - . -. 4 ;
J. A. Ann-fan? of Why - Not,! was
in tnrtm nn Knainaoi fnnr1uir
Miss Jennie Davis visited ner
parents attended qburch .per
vices afc-OldtMon'gub'dayl1 -'i i
' Miss E-itfier Jordan,' daughter of
Ki.W. Jordan, ojranklinTille, is at-
Unung school t, Leaksyille, . ;nsti
tUte. . ..;;! .., I
A Met '. of Reemeutal History to the
KuMl ScliooU ul Kaiuloli)li Making
'.' CJretest Hrogress,
County Superintendent of Public
Schobtb, J. M. Way, has arranged
to give to tlie six rural school
libraries making the most progress
b'etweeu this aud January 1st, a set
vof Chief Justice Walter Clark's
Reguoeutal History. The contest
is oped to all of the eighteen schools'
in the,;county having rural libraries.
The jflet is 'in five volums, nioely
boupdi . aud . contains over 4000
pages.; Mr. Way has issued a letter
to the librarians asking for informa
tion as to the present condition of
the libraries and setting foith the
requirements necessary to secure
one of; these sets. They are us fol
lowst'i I.' The library having the great
est odmber of books that are actual
ly tfctj property of the county pub
lic school in which the library
2, The library having the best
books. ' '
3;'The library securing the most
new Hooks from now until January
4.;iThe library whose patrons nse
.tKejgreatestr, number of books in the
uexi mree niuuxuif. -
i..The library that has on hand
January lsl9t)7, thej grrttejBt
Biitber of books that were purchas
ed wlen the librafywstabiifeiied.
Thiswill require that all lost books
1 Ajomniito Of diVinrefesteA eV
Fsomhwill be selected to decide what
schools are entitled to the sets.
spent Monday in Ashebor
Monday iMBelntertlfJtlai roa:
-in fcat township. The board ar
ranged to work the, bad i lces uffvat
oncf and promises fi4 "1
thefepring. n .
H. Slack, last week ". deposited
wit the Wachovia Loan & Tnut
Co. at High Point4, $1,000 to the
credi4, of Mrs. Nancy Wall, of Spero,
it biinarthe amount of a check from
Company, catering ctliP $im n$
polfcv for the death of her sou, C.
agent for the Penn Mutual.
;'Miss . Cam ; Jjindley,4 pi , Pomona,
visited friends in Asneboro bun
day. ' ' " '
: T!!ev,t G, F ;-MUIBway ., pfched-. a
special sermon to ine juniors. at ine
M. E. Church Saturday night. The
service was well attended and inter
esting to all.
Mrs. Setta W, Langhlin has Wn
on the sick list for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller are
txpected, to return from Baltimore
Rev. S. H. Hilliard, of High
Point, was a gnest of Rev. N. K.
Richardson Monday. ' !
Miss; Virginia Heuley has returned
from a visit to relatives at Randle-
man. " . , ' .
Miss Lillian McCrary, of Tyro,
Davidson county, and Walter Kirsch,
of Richmond, Va.,.were married at
Philiidclphia last wop.
The big pair of iron gray mules
received by McDowell Bros, in their
last car is attracting the attention
of WWtoer(W goar-.stocte,
The Franklinville Band and Aid
Society. Ex,cursjon to Mt. Airy from
Uaniseur had to be postponed on
noconnt-of the. iimbility . to securuj
'1 ".' ' . V' ' " . '
Miss Nannie Btliinger will have
her Fall Opening in Millinury be
ginning. Srturday and continuing
Goo. Ross hasgone to West End
where he will:en'gage in the lumber
business. v '. : .- " .
Rev. S. BJ-'Tnrraatine 'rerrtiests
the Courier to'1 announce thit the
fourth ; (uartdily ;Cnference.f$r the
Randolph Circuit vwilji'be. held at
Fair View,, Friday, Oct. 12, .instead
of Monday, Oct.5 15. 'V
H. B. Meechj mining engineer,
returned toNew York last week, to
see' ,ptrtH;' , iptweat, 'in tb 'davtl-
TO STIMULATE INTEREST.
Prolan-) to Be ;ivett"I!tuci4J;! Eveu-
ailiuuwu ire KMCU . yj wit
Ashffboro '.Nightingal ; Band- at
As&iboro Tuesday even ing, Oct. 4th,
The)roceeda .will be used ... to pur.-,
chas new instrnnients. , .. . ?
a e: following, program will' be
ited: ... , ; . . -'
1 . Bind Grand Selection A Day
'n the Cotton Field (Character
istic.) ' ' ' 4 f '
2. Violin Solo (Fantasia) ' .Old
SOaken Bucket-Charlie M. Kep
;bart. - '
3. -Vocal Solo, "Lo tela" Spanish
vSerauaue, H. B. Martin. :
4. B a " d S ousa't Manhattan
f Beach March. 1
5. Vocal Solo Miss Annie
6 . -(Band Quick March and Fan-
-, tasia Old Follfs at uome; -"Needle
Work; Exhibition- by J,
H. Kivett. ;. ,i '';
feEfcONU PART. '
1, .Band Intermezzo, Indian War
2. ; Vocal Solo "The Spring Has
Come" Maude Valarie White,
Mrs. E. E. Kephart. ...
Hey! Mr. Joshua, Hey! Come
Song, Grady Miller. " "
Band A Jolly March, Eiu
Fideles. Maischlied.. -
Vocal Duet, Confiic, Clarence
Rush and H. G- -Miller. -
Band Dixie, In tefmezzo, .
FREE RAILROAD FARE
Every Day in the
"" By ' .
IT'S EASY. TftVIT
For Further. Inlormation
HAS R BROCKMANN .
When buyinjf your rail
road ticket, be sure to -g-ct a
receipt for same from the
ticket aj-cnt, so that the
Secretary may know how
much to refund yqu, as
positively no fares will be
refunded unless vhis receipt
nembers of Merchants Association Who Have Adopted This Plan
R. f. BKHXAI',
I. I.. BLAl'STEIX,
2W Sontli F.lm St.
304 .Smith Elm St.
J. R. KF.I.L, Furniture,
WO South Elm St.
BEAU. HA.KMVAKE A IMPLEilEXT
COM PA XV,
lldidware and Farm Impleinauts,
114 West Market St.
Bread, Tics, fakes, etr.,
210 X. Elm St.
J K. CAHSOX, Groceries.
Cor. liavie and Washington Sts.
CIIISHOLU, STROIT), CRAWFORD &
REES, Clothing, Hats, Trunks, etc.,
300 South Elm St.
.. V. COXYERS, Drugs,
330 South Elm St.
CEXTHAI, HARDWARK & MAXTKL CO.,
Hardware, Mantels, etc.,
337 South Dave St.
K. M. CALDCLEL'GH & BROS.,
i'hina, (iliiHHw-are and Toy,
21!) South F.lm St.
H. W; CLEXDEX1X, Cirucer,
422' Asheboro St.
('HAST. H. DORSETT,
Drv Ooods, Carpets aud Trunks,
'..".. 230 South Elm St.
J. B. EMJNUTOX A CO., Jewlers,
.. . . 224 South Elm St.
ELUS, STOXE & CO.,
Dry Goods, Notions, etc.,
" ' , 220 und 22S South Elm St.
FARISS -KLUTZ DRL'G CO.,
finj and Toilet Articles,. 1 4
. .:'.- 121 South Elm St
C. C. FORDHAJI, Drugs,
514South Elm St
.GRKEXfiSBORO ICK A COAL CO.,
Ice and Coal. Opp. Southern Depot.
GREENSBORO HARDWARE CO.,
223 South Elm St.
GUILFORD FURNITURE CO.,
r l . -.CarpeW, Furniture, Trunks, etc.,
312 South Elm St.
Everything in Furniture,
" 110-1UI North Elm St.
THE HUB DRY GOODS CO.,
: Anythiiifr in the Dry Goods line,
203 South Elm St.
HAM GROCERY CO.,
Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
215 South Elm St.
HARRY-BELK BROS. CO.,
Cout Suits, Cloaks', Furs, Millinery,
Drv Goods, Clothing, Shnea,
242 South Elm St.
HUDSON GROCERY CO.,
Heavy aud Fancy Groceries and Coun
' , 513 South Elm St.
J. M.HEXDR1XA CO.
Drv Gonrls, Shoes and Notions,
' 227 South Elm St.
Xew York Clothing House,
. . 332 South EUn St.
S. J. KAl'FMAXX, '
I 'cuts' Furnishings,
3i)6 South Elm St.
LEAK H.VLLADAY Co., ; -
Carpets and Rugs, Decorators,
221 South Elm St
THE aBRIT'r-JOHXS0X CO.
Clothiers, Hatters, e4c.
308 Smith Elm St. '
J. B. MATHIS SHOE CO., Shoes,
202 South I'.lm St.
McCI.AMUOC'H IIAXTI'.L CO.,
Everything in Mantels and Tiling,
324 South Elm St.
MEYER'S DEPARTMEXT STORE,
Everything for Everybody,
PEEBLES SHOE CO.,
Everything in the Shoe line,
210 South Elm St.
PALACE OF SWEETS Retail Dept.)
Candies, 331 South Elm St.
Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions.
WO South Elm St.
RICKS, B.VTCHELOR A CO.,
'outs' Furnishing Establishment,
20r South Elm St.
Everything in the Tobaoco line,
100 Smith F.lm St.
SKREEMER .SHOE STORE,
Nothing but Shoes,
220 South Elm St.
A. V. SAPP, Dry Goods, Shoes, etc.,
318 South EltoSt.
SHAW & McMATH, Lumber,
SCHIFFMAN JEWELRY CO. '
'Watohea and Jewelry,4
.. ' 326 South F.lm St.
SOMETHING- FOlt EVERYBODY;
Gents' Furnishings. Carpets; etc., .'
- '. 334 South Elm street,,
C. C. TOWNSEND CO.,
' Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Farm
Implement, . 637 isouth Elm street .
THACKER BROCKMANN, -
Drv Goods,. Shoes, Notions, Carpets,.
Slat tings, etc.,
., . f .., 232 South. Etm street.
VANSTORY CLOTHING CO,,
Clothiers, .230-23S S. Elm street.
WHARTON BROTHERS, .
Books, Stationery, Graphopones and
20f South Elm street.
E. S. WILLS, '
Rooks, Statieneiy, Typewriters, and
' Office suplies,
118 S. Elm street.
Mks. "N. C, WEATHERLY, -
Millinerv, Notions and Peerless Pat
. terns. " 109 W. Market street,
WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO.,
. Everything in Hardware,
220 south ):lm street.
WARD SHOE CO..
stylish shoes, 312 south Elm street.
T. A. WALKER .1- CO.,
I'p to d'ate Tailors,
212 south Elm street.
. Vt each rf the above stores from which jr. u buvKOods, ask tor a Rebate Coupon, showing the amount "f goods purchased
arid date. After concluding your purchases, present ALL of your coupons, together with your receipt for railroad Tares paid, t.i
'the seeretarv and your lailrood fare will be refunded us follows: ... , .. , , ,
" 7 Upon the purchase of goods amounting to 6 15.00. from any one or more of the abnve named firms, your railroad fare, both
coiniiiB andRoinfi, will le refunded, provided you ' not cine a greater distance than ufteeu miles. I pon the purchase of goods
amountina to f20.00 vour fare both coming aud going, will be refunded, provided you do not come a greater distance than twenty
miles- or upon the purchase of go. ids amounting to 2.i 0!) your fare will he retunaeu, proMue.i j
Unce thi"i twenty-five miles. This plan may be opoiat-d for any distan. 3 upon the same scale.
--..' Xo fares refunded on purchases less than s4 1 ).
All rnunons nresente.l to tlie secretary fur anv one fare must bear the same date.
After conoludinK your purchases, if yon haven't time t.i call upon
vour fare be refunded by mail.
do nut come a greater dis
the secretary, rebate coupons may be mailed to him and
F. li. Worris visited his son,
CrJS'litoTTlrrt-y'wi rr"t Swl-rsl-mi'y,
thiawe3k. ..Hi returned .Tuesday.
houtiei is -altVwnoiiJce
that the report that J. Milton Var
jjnlj otjFyileTBf hadSfth stricken with
f pfalalysia is liot ""true: The infor
mation is gathereci .trpnia letter
f rohi, Mr. Varuar received yesterday.
MesBre". E. -Graves, J; Vun
eannonr nd Abe Parks,; of Rich
land township ; were r: among the!
contrct ior ine erection oi sj-
ne w resi deuce otr TsntrseraTen'ae ior
II. II. Kennedy.
DEATH VTERANT'. I
j '' x
Knrnrat i C'lirUtlou and Cull tc.lerot
Anwarrs llic hnut Roll Call. '
Alexaiiuer G. Jenkins died , at
Worthv$!le X." C., Sept..l90(i, agtd
7 yeui'i. '
Mr. eiikius wiVs -"the oldest per
son in Worthville,:and,hiid lived
the town. tor a, mimce.4-.. or yeiiru.
lie wiia mjcmber of the I.ajniet
churc-hf and ttntil kcjitr'.ut hume by
weakness Ayas . u faithful; iittotKlnnt
at all church s"r vices.
: Ilf strvm ia . the war of t.i, w-ing
ouptaiii of -Co. E. jf theind North
Carolina Hegiineiit of Home Guards
He was a good soldier in his coun
try's serviei', .and u good soldier in
Chrift'a army. He was a kind
friend-and , ui-isrhbor, and had the
respect and..esteem of all who ktii"-
bmi. ' .
? Tim' fiincrkt sorvices weie held
ia the Worth yille church, Sur.tlay,
Sept. 30, . 1006, by Kev. . II.
!) . .
I SUCCESSFVL REVIVAL. v. ',
Closertjat ;raj Cbrl ;undA$J-Voi'tjr
evei AddHlui, to. thurcb--'.
..ijiUI(ln(f." Pj-0jiys;d.', ;
Thl pl-otractitd uneetirig Ht Graysi
Cbupijl closed ."Sunday-: and was
niarktd by MeeirfntereBt- froor the
bezinninaV- The.' pastor, : Hevj. U. -Pv'
Routi ws ca8sisted by . Kev; Geo..t; r n
HONOR ROLL. j
last of Pupil Who httveJDUtlntniiUli'"!
.. Themelve In Thtr stuaiea a
, , ; ' '; tUm Undid flcbool. .
.'The' following pupils of Asheboro
Graded School deserve honorable
men tiop for efficiency in work dur
ing the lirst month of the fall term:
. , f FlttST tilUI'B. '
. - Kdith Uetts, John Brittain, Car
rie Burrow, Ethel Glasgow, Lillian
Ilunsucker, Connie Ingold, Garland
Trfiwdertnilk. Jutu.js Miller, Robert
GIhskow, Harriett Hammer, Bon
Iledaing. ': . .
.,- ... teISTH
Ethel . Free, May
SEVENTH GK.YpEt -
. Lynj?tte Swain,. Nancy Lambert,
lua Anman, Isy Cos Bex Scar
boro, Ernesf Williams, ffalr- Gar
rett. ..' 1 " . '.; . . . . '
'. " 4 K10H.TH GtAI)8..!- '
: Blanche AudersOE, Carr Anuian,
Jaines Davis, Lela, Hall, Keid Han-
pen i n g
riuunner, Carl Kosrers, 1'eaii ay, i mh Lollie Jones, Charles Kepnart,
Lena ..WiHituuu, Victoria Burrow, Cone Kidge.
i,,y Berry, Uli Clark .Ada Cos, a
Clilford Hall, Alice Hunsiicker,
KxzA Kivett, Baxter Lnssiter, Oradv Miller, Hennlon Mothtt,
Mary McCaiu. Warner Miller, Earl , Daniel Bharpe, Blanch !p..on.
Maxwell, raul JNimce, uieoa ltion
Marifar.t Uush, Blanch St.-i.-d. Bax
ter Stowe, Beulah Webster, Sidney
Wood, Dfwey Webekr.
' SECO! (il(AI)E..
Bertie Kivett, Rush Lassiter,
Luia Jones, Jewel Glasgow, Minnie
Ingold. Byron, Kichurdson, .frank
Steed, Lelw Aiken.- ,-i-.,v'.
' "Mtibel' Five, .-Vittfe-'C'aVi-aVs
rPi itnimety' Frext-urni J oh
Tlumnier," ' Wiley; Rush, . limey
Rogers, Uobart -Cttix,; M-tbel Spoon,.
Ollie-r-nesxioll, Georgf KW.et, (jrace
Ferree, Lala Pritehard. .B8e. Xix
mm, Wnrd. Woodard. .. .. ... .. .;
Forfettf r a if.. " ' .' -'-:
GOLD IN DAVIDSON.
Itirl) Vein i! Ore t rin k Near I.eNln-;-tuii
:.il.l hiiiI Milter Assays
in.!;i to the Tim.
Gold has been discovered in a
tractoi' land three miles from Thorn-;
asville in Daviueon county, owned by (
K: .M. Caldchigh. . Mr. Caldclugu.
' ' letjt a sampk' of the ore to . the gi-v-;jcmiept
' assay otlice. at , Charlotte,;
.4ttd the 'Bssay . shows- the - value - ot
silVJflttfcI go d iu each- ton of ore,
to bei4417.S. Jilr..Caldclugh M
alrtady'Mnilt; aebaft to the dpth of;
sixty tett and intehds .to work th
niiueiir the ftrture - s -.0
F. Mmoway,Buriwjgt9.T4iere ' Puaejrg-, Jtt ith Hunsncker
L.. fill nfainua ni,1 f Fii'nnlP KeWb. CrirnieWnil. COfS
on Siindav f orty-w vea ' wew-alStowCdfiuie 'JUl CAflWM4-?-to
thi roll of church...memiier3, .Xti ft. BemSjrouii (Jroker, Annie
is leriirtied that a movement is on f Davit, Cliueace McriiW$'J:OTtt
foot for the erection of a now and . Nevr.by, Fred Sty res. '
larger church at Grays' Chapel,..e v ('ft '
prSent bouse 30xQ0feet U lidufrl-hf U PTH-ffr-l -
cit to 4 accomodate th-. crowds. ' EUgenakMcCain," TeatT Kivett,
A i(??ting 'wiH:1 be held Sunday, j MR11je Hall, BhinchiN -MjlWr, iAllie
OGfc,-l4ta ,jii ic.nurnB Wui vparri(Uj Tjiuaii Uush'. Myrtie iiifige
steps win te WKen t.na orgamuiuuu Lallahis
for the-work perfected. , tDiekw4,
Tlw iplloniug cards I;a've bten, is-
:'. .)JO j-i'ifiwii tuLpiiiiice j
4 ...at. tk..niarrageiiBliU daiighter j
... ... . . , t
, Mr. .f.4) .Graham' Heg ' : '
'dtiesiJiy evebinidct. 10th, ut S;3i) o'clock
' " at liome T.exifleton N. C, 111 Mi.
S"iluui Boss'; aKut'iqoil hpreei.
app. Norma eWall. Jeantit lie -will.Jjave (hem, nex.t week and H R. U.
,.Miidnl Burkhead, Eulah mules too. -, . .. ..."J,.4-Jr0r8e' U
The newest has arrived and
' will be ready for the public
Saturday and Monday
October 6th and 8th
On this date 1 1 will show the
newest creations in fall styler.
Every lady should see them.
The opening; will last two days
Come early before this varied
l:ne .jf patterns is b-oken.
Miss Nannie Ballinger,
Asheboro, N C
5 and 10
is the place to g-et your
and everything4 needed in
the dining- and cookroom.
. We also have a nice
line of Notions of all
kinds. If bargains is
what you want come to
Z. T. BIRD & SON.
Ross will have a car 4 of
1 mules here next veek.