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-v- The Bnckborn Falls property was
'v sold at rittsboro Saturday, to the
I : bondholders for $250,000.
CbasTeabocfe: who. disappeared
from SmithfielJ, Johnson county,
)' on this day the grand jury returned
tree bill against him for the mur
der of Alouzo Jones, a merchant,
was arrested- iu Norfold Saturday
and is in Johnson county jail.
Hon. J no. Sharp Williams, Demo
cratic leader in Congress will speak
at Gre.nsboro Monday afternoon,
Mr- and .Mrs. George Roberts
KenheV of '"Greensboro, announce
the engagement of their sister, Miss
Mary Hunter Kennett, to Mr. Wal
ter E. Blair, the marriage to take
place in October.
Jim Walker, another negro gam
bler, was shot between Salisbury
and Spencer Friday afternoon. He
received over a hundred shot from
a gun in the hands of Chas. Kick!
also colored, and who made his es
cape. Mat Brown, a Salisbury uegivss,
is in Stanley County jail charged
with killing Jim Griffin at Whitney
Tuesday and seriously injuring
another. She used a shot gun and
John R. Coble has purchased the
entire stock or venioles, Harness anu
saddlery of the Petty-Reid Co., of
Greensboro and will continue that
: department -of the business. The
Petty-Reid Co., will devote its en
tire energy to. the implement busi-
- -nest. r . y
Miss Virginia Stover, daughter
of Rev. J. T. -Stover, was married
Tuesday to Mr. H. L. Coble, of
Greensboro, at the M. . Church
at Pleasant Garden, Guilford coun
ty. The young people have many
friends in Randolph. " whom the
Courier joins in congratulations and
best wishes. -
Miss Marion, daughter of W. G.
. .Newman, of the Gold Hill Copper
Co., of Salisbury, died suddentjy at
a Hospital at Richmond Monday
J. G. Goldstein, a Hebrew mer
chant, of Winston-Salem, is arrest
- ed for attempting to. barn a house
in which he lived containing $700
worth o furnishings with $1,000
The resignation of President
Pal ma was followed Saturday by
Provisional Governor Taffc taking
over the Cuban Government by or
der of President Roosevjlt. The
island will be in possession of 6,000
TJ. S. soldiers at once, and Gov. Taft
vwill j remain in control until
such time as an election can be held
and a new president inaugurated.
The aotioa of the JJiJjted States has
had .a, tendency to quiet the Revolutionists.-'
'.- llev. C. A. Wood preached at the
M. E. church, and Rev. J. S. Bar
ret the Baptist church, at this place
Sunday. w -
a G. Fi-: Leonard and family, of
.Greensboro, were in town Saturday
and Sunday, visiting their mother,
Mrs. W. C. Craren, who has been
ill for a few days.
W. C. Jones made a business trip
to Greensboro one day last week.
J. C. Fox, of Raudleman, yisited
his brother, Dr. F. I. Fox, list
Mr. W. C. Russell has been
.. . ,ttt-icL.litiox.a.JEaffi4lays,.
Wal for Patterson, who bold
I The public school opens next
Mindaj,)4t: 8lh.I Prof. Weather-.
jy 4iii8-lrWay"eftured his assistant
ch'ef.im(t""laTg;5"school is ex
Miss-M-aty SUwl, who has bueniTI
for a few days is convalescent.
The Order of Eastern Star, will
meet iu regular,, session Saturday
j ; night, Oct. 6th, ..and. it as expected
that there will be work in all five
of the degrees.
weeks with her
sister arJbKoTaTH--fP -Sanson, of Se
"RUd hl'f Mulliei at UanaeT.1
Misa Flora A. Smith was mairied
"fiOHLjhursday to Ed Wickrwf SanH
fnrdTV Mr. and -Mrs. "Wicker are
.Wing the ;brics . mfXheCrMr, T.tili
r - . . v ii-
J -T. Smiths RftOMeuA
"Effin Jones gathered his Tirttrg
crop of corn by rilpnoetSth.
A little, eat)j)TWnj4.3C,
A large number of the Ramseur
i yt 3Tif4etiM4tWided the commencement
' -ti .OTtarotrctea meetings at l'leas-.tffl-V:.OUiN' I ?.. ,
-a-i. ant Grive Sunday. s - The protracted meet; rrg-at New
it rc-',0e'; hvihdred - nd severity six Hopeoloaai -Yhura lav at teruoon.'
Z ,K .nnri1hiivnr.ewtf trmimfledrthflol Misses Ora' a-id .Ida Jlenlej, of
outf f Jfhwh tnlaroHtAandi
iJ iht'y are t,v.uang.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSO
CIATION. (Continued from ILrst page.)
lowed up in the foam and spray
Canada has a right perhaps to
claim a larger share in the posess
ion of Niagara Falls than the Unit
ed States as it is over the Canadian
or Horse Shoe Falls, that four fifths
of the water falls. Goat Island
with 1300 ft in width, parts the river
just above the falls; on the left is
the American Falls with its width
of 1,060 feet; on the right is
the Horse Shoe Falls with a curve
3,000 feet, making a total width of
a mile. To watch that glorious
body ofwater descend 160 feet over
the falls, with its ceaseless roar
makes one realize how insignificant
he is and reduces him to silence,
and to awe.
The river thunders as it goes
over the rocks, and thick mist rises.
The sun paints all the shades ot
the rainbow in the mist. The wat
ers bnbble and seethe and foam in
their bed below. Just here I am
reminded that photographers, artists
and writers have failed to describe
Niagara Falls so, I will not attempt
further Eveu Mr. Dooley says oue
would hava to bankrupt the r.ng
The return trip was down the
Canadian Side, past the monument
erected to Gen. Isaac Brock, who
fell in the encounter with the
Americans on Oct. 1SI2 and on
down to Uueenstowu. where we
were lerried oer to Lew iston, and
returned to Toronto where we joined
the balance of the party.
The democratic candidates for the
General Assembly and for the vari
ous county offices will address the
people on the political issues of the
uay at the fallowing times ana
Oak Grove Academy Tuesday night Oct.
Piney Grove School House Wednesday night
Pleasant Grove School Houne Thursday
night Oct. 18th,
Archdale Friday night Oct. IUth.
Dunn e X Beads
ool House Monday night
Why Not Academy Tuesdav night Oct. 23rd.
Trogdon's School House Wednesday .flight
Pleasant Grove School House Thursday Oct,
Shiloh AcademyJFriday night Oct. 26th. ,. .
Asheboro Saturday night Oct. 27lh.
Central Falla ilonday night Oct. 29th.
Franklinville Tuesday night Oct 30.
Staley Wednesday night Oct. 31st.
Juliun School House Thursday night Nov. 1st
Ivel Cross Friday night Nov. 2nd.
Worthville Saturday night Nov. 3rd.
Everybody is invited to attend and
hear the discussion af the issues.
W. J. SCAkBORO,
Chm. Co. Dem. Executive Com.
This Sept. 26, 1906.
'Prof. McCanless and his assist
ants have almost 200 students en
rolled and the students ars getting
down to hard work.
Mr. Eufus Finnison, one of our
best young men, went to Greensboro
last week to be treated for appendi
citis. The Cresceut Furniture Co. is
recei'ing some beautiful furniture
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patterson, of
Liberty, "are" spending some time
with their daughter, Mrs. T. A.
Moffitt, who has an attack of fever.
Mr. 0. T. Leonard, of Greens
boro, spent several days in town
the past week.
Air. Max Getchner, a pjpulor
drummer, spent Sunday in town.
Rev. C. A. Wood filled his pul
pit in' the M. E. Church Sunday
TTrtght' prraehing-a nwet excellent
-Mrs. Houston King"and daughter
visited in town Sunday.
' Mr. andrs. J. L Allen, of
iQfajisiJed in town Jhe qast week.
- Aconite Pcrafnala.
" Several of the people of this com-muuiw--attended
meeting services at jRock . Springs
Miss Lillie Bean, o Seagrove,- R.
F; D. No, 1 wis tha guest of her
cousin,' Miss Jewel .Mien last week.
S. X. Allen and family are ac
I tending the camp m
ting at ..Love
Mrs- J- &- Lewi3f Asneooro,
grv, R F. T). No. fpanf. part of
last wee a with their mother Mrs.
K unC'inuon, of.
Xarl King, of Michtfelr). spent
Thursday nirht with his- uncle' 8.
V A lion ' i
Miss Hattie Presnell, of MicbSeld,
was the :Weit.(f-j.'Ui, VeHIs- Vun
Asheborowe-tl Quests of Miss
1 Jewel Allen Wednesday
Marriage aud Dratha-Intereatlag Ls.
oala and Personal Itaiirn.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Welborn have
lost another little child about a year
old. They have our sympathy.
Cliff Ring, the genial clerk at
King's Drug store, ana Miss Mary
Ellen English were married at the
home of the bride on hroad btreet,
last Tuesday night. They will re:
Fred Stafford has relumed from
Mr. Early Kearns and Miss
Lawrax Burns were married last
Wednesday evening. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. S. H. Hil
liard. Early is a "Randolph hoy".
Deputy Grand Uhancellor, U. U
McLean, of Greensboro, lectured to
the Knights of Pythias Lodge, no.
30, last Wednesday evening. -
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Morris had
the misfortune to lose their little
child. The burial took place" t
Deutou last Wednesday.
R. L. Loflin is confined to his
room with sickness.
II. A. Moffitt, a merchant . who
began in a small way and has climb
ed to the top, was born in "Old Ran
dolph" Mr. Moflit has been here
8 years. The Daily Enterprise of
Sept. 28th, gives a column write-up
oi wis vaiueu citizen oi our city, g
Hie Mechanic s Perpetual liuild-
mg and liOau Association started
their Second Series Oct. 1, 1906.
Mayor Wrenu disposed of several
eases iu the Police Court last week,
which helped to till the treasury for
6,xeet work etc.
The Daily Enterprise added 150
new subscribers to its list last week.
One mechanic handed in 21 named
at oue time.
A mad dog bit uu unknown col
ored man, A. H. Lindsay and the
little child of Mr. John Wells last
Saturday. The entire Police force
was after the dog before they 6hot
it. The dog bit several dogs as he
A meeting of most unusual interest
was held last Tuesday in the Manu
facturer's Club rooms to consult
with Inspector Ellsworth of the
Post Office Department at Waning
ton in regard to the site for our new
Federal Building, ' I
Hon. R. B. Lacy, State Treasurer,
8 poke to the voters of this city in the
Opera House last Saturday evening,
on ihe.issues ef the campaign.'
The "City Band" furnished some
food music ' on .the t streets and in
he Opera House Saturday nigbt-
H. Harris Bros, have bought' the
store building on the corner of N.
Main and Washington Streets from
Miss Ida Lowe visited friends
and relatives here this weekv'"-
"Ink" Kenredv, of H6yle, is here
and will accept a position here this
winter. ' .
Dr. De Reid Parker, of' Triiity,
was here last week. ' ,
SURPRISE "POP CALL".-
Party of Yonng Folks Surprise Mlu
Monday evening a number -of
young people paid Miss - Blanche
Kearns a surprise "Pop Call" in
honor of her departure Tuesday
morning for Durham for a thi'ee
weeks visit. Though takeu by
surprise Miss Kearns proved her
self an admirable hostess- despite
the impromptu action of her friends.
The evening was most pleasantly
making up the party were:
Messrs. Jesse Scarbore, ,. Herbert
Slack, Leo Barker, Clarence; . Rush,".
Geo. Ross, Misses Jessie Boroughs,
Louise Slack, Bessie . Coffin, Lucy
Crowson, Mamie RichardsoB, Jennie
Davis and Nellie Slack; . ' 1
. Froiu Rilpb, ' "
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Rich, of Ashe
boro, spent Sunday evening at K,
L. Winuingham's. ' 'c,..-
0. M. Henry left ." Tuesday fojr
Richmond, where he will: take a
course in Massey Business--' College
Mr. and Mrs. Will Spoon epehf
Sunday with their sister, Mrsvj. n.
Henley. - ' " "".'?;
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. I6lBtt,ofJ
l 1 a CI A ' - 'i'l
Asneooro, spent ounaay eyeningat
S. F, Lowdermilk's. -Am'ir a
' A laree crowd attended- the f an-
eral of . James Free; at Brokers Chap
el, Sunday. - . ;' 3f ;f
- Messrs. Mary Bell, land :';M&tt!e
Kivett, Ella Morris,- Kuth'Tgxan
Farlie Spooii, - of, ' Ashebofpjpeait
Sunday evening with Misses Eva
and Kate Winninjfham. . ::ari,
..Miss Ora,and Ida "Henley. t spent
last " Wednesday -night -wrt b- alias
J.;-. ' tn-'.' at'
If an' article is .imitated, the ' oric-J
wal 9 al,waysiDe8.t, lpmk it over.i
tod wheyop goto buy afM fn.i.
galwtdkiej'aTOund. tlie hu,. get
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salves v lts
the original and thetiaoie48tawper:
on evervi bjx''Good fftf eczM,
tetter, 'boils,' crits,;aud; bruises,' and.
esptcral.l f -'"nmmeiided i or pil.'
Sold ' bv' 'f-tiiui'ari vDrux "C6. "atfdJ
Abgoo-;jrflg''Co.! '' f :
Norloea Inserted under thla head at one
cent word ach Irvaartlon. .. ;-(
WANTED STAVES Highest cash pricea
paid for all kinds of staves for Norfolk mar
ket. Apply to E A Hammer, Ashelmro, K C.
Some good stock will be available
when Rom Ross returns fiom the
West, where he is buying horsee
WANTED; ByCiilcaaro wholesale and mall
urdor house usisUint liiuimger (niau or womau)
(or thin county and adjoinlnr tonitory. Salary
and t'ir'ii80s puid weekly.; expend ntoney
iiiivaiuvd. Work pleii.xant; position penuaneiit.
No iHve'tinent or experlvnuo required. Spare
time valuable. Write at once lor full particu
lar and enclose Del f-add reused envelojx?. Ad
dresH, . GtJJKKAL MaNAGKK,
184 K. Lake St., Chlcugo.
8-l-6t ' "
WAXTED-Miooc! man of experience iu
Trucking to take charge of my farm. East
of ('ireeusboro. Call on or address. . .
J"US J. PlIOESIX, '
Greensboro, N. C.
FOR 3-VLE One lore bouse and lot
.nxlCOaml one adjoining iot (1 Ix lt0 w '.tb
IJ.ick smitli shop.
Union Store Co.
O-iO-fc. South Kavetteville St
SALESMEN WANTED to. look p'ter m-r
intprest in Himlnlnli and luli.mnnf rrmniir
Salary or Commission. Address,
ills iiAiir.v uu. jo.,
FOi: SALE-Duinpciirt ai'i I li
jily to Rich Bros., Asheliorj.
WANTED: An industrious f-nner t-)
cultivate ti nek farui two miles from High
Point. Will rent, share f rop or pay :
Address W. L. Mellichamj , High I'oint, S.
TEACHEH. WANTED: A lirst j.'i:ide
teacher to teach puUic school at Level
Cross, this county, dm pay A30.00 tliirty
dollars) por month. Want tcachwr that
can keep Rood order. Apply to G. Elivood
Stanton, R. L. (.insey or W. L. Aihiuis.
C-ommittee, Randlemau, N C. R. . D. o. 1
G. E.. Wtastox. Sec.
FOR SALE ClIEAP--One new rubber
tired top bugzy, easy runner, can lie seen
at the Lewis-Winslow Hardware Companv,
or Apply to HAL WORTH, AaheWo, X. C.
WANTED A goad loom fix-'
erat $1.50 a day. Address
Sam Bostick, overs e e r of
weaving, Worth Manufacturing
Co., Worthville, N. C.
Democratic nominee for;. .lBiiBTyjil. -address - the citi
iem. ,of . Randolph :- wim and
SHILOH ACADEMY, Thursda at 2
RAMSEUR,; Thursday, n
LIBERTY; Riday Oct. 5, at 2 o'clock p. m.
SMGROVE, Satunlay 'Oct; ;6, ,at 2, o'clock p. m.
Everybody as invited to come but and hear Mr. Page.
- Offers you 8i4ejppi)bruiiities fergpotj, utyyng at,"r6ney-sa,7ing prices.
tesV Styles, best quality," most desirable gobds at a sacrifice""'
-nr . This is an- opppjifty.'ipo good to tri?6? a chance : to - buy the latest styled
P SUMMER; iCtDTBJNG arid FURNISHINGS a grest,; reductlous. The reason is eimple
S4Vmfrease-aiiWi(9 fbrtiiiS'to eleai''thte'bi'bken'! Iota',' that, reni'ain from early
g-8iamm9r; Vk, pys us toclfjan up. iuhiaywic a year, -better thaa to carry them
M dyerrr'Bear in hiihd thwe only sell high-iclass gOQds; "While some' lots are broken
S5-'. .ina Tirtt Kona Jvii of.o'In rvor-rr' AfTVaWrliva 'winalii ) n.nt. r 3
,.; .. ::r"'-;r:.''o (f.i:' V,o" v i,vn 1 ,:TU!tl ''" t at..UAl : J
TIl8,T?lfefto wUl,hiclu4p jpur, enljre stock excepting furniture and shoes ,
a1i. Sii! 1 1
Up - T -
a3 ' S'SSOa5SSS:SSI!3SS SSQStilL'SiSjSS'.SI
!. r. 0:7 A .1 -' Va ;
Masters Floyd and Wulker Cow
ard, of Berkley, Va., have een vis
iting their grand-father;- Mr. John
Coward, and their uncle, W. II.
Langston, this week. They returned
home Tuesday morning. ' , (
Miss Moutie Jennings visited
friends in Liberty Sunday.' ' :
Mrs. Annie Mobley,' widow ot
the late Peter Mobley, went , to
Millboro Saturday. .
Mr. Rufus Caveness' little child
has been right sick.
One of our best ladies has 4ied
since last issue. Mrs. Tvson -,Timr,
don was truly a good woman., and
uc xniiiiijr auu me cummuniiy nave
received a serious loss in her death
'School has been eusnendetL for. a
week or two ou account of some of
the boys' havino- to worW on thir
farms. v , . .
Miss "Annie Bradv and rier fjit.rAr
are spending a few days with reJa-
' uu aiieuuiug meexing ac tne
Grove" this week. , ,.""'.
An in tt resting and able series of
meetings has just' closed' at-the;
M. P. Church here.
Mifcs Kuhns, an M. P. missionary
fr6m Japan, gave an inte'rasting lec
ture Fiiday night on conditions in
"The Flowery Kingdom". Some of
her pictures of the situation are not
so "flowery", however, and a right
good collection was made to im
prove the present conditions.
VLItlug In Old Randolph.
Mrs. Ida Ineold-Mastenl of Franks
fort, Indiana, is vieitinir relatives
and friends - in this and adjoining
counties. Mondav and Tuesdav she
was a guest of her brother. Mr.
John Iugold in Asheboro. She was
accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
Marian ingold, of Urant township,
with whom she hurl anenr apvprnl
c'tvs at the old home. Mrs. Masten
remembered the Courier while here
giving us a pleasant call. Our
readers win Know Mrs. Masten from
her excellent contributions to the
Courier columns, the last! being the
scory oi tne ; toolaier s Home near
he- western home. The several
vears of life in the West has not
altered her love for Randolph scenes
ana people, ine Uouner appreci
ates the assurance that it is in-
eluded. :. , ;.' .
',. , .1
:I'B qtwrttott of profltr -
x ;y ,!, ! . in'! off ; ; :c.j::-..
i - t
Dai& - Clotluers and Furnishers. ,,t -
r.iAGM i ii e Li Lii
Aa Aatoaallt Teailo.
p9' Machine, mk-
nu a. (rood a ittu-h u
JjfMJ . It,nt feed .n
UUp regul.tor, make.
the aaiue aeir-Mttlng
i; wll.ai A ttikka
ttant on the moat a.
la made ot (he heat
daoorated. For th
family aewlnc Jon
and moat marvel.
. cn,n" ever
WI ot ab
, Ing blue at 10c.
t Don't Bend any
. money we trust
f oB, but order
he forty park
I Bine to.
aalaai aaa in. m.i i""
WhenaoW en,4 Bavarmn.M.ooand, ewllahU'yoii
your sewing macnine, nearly tome reet S4 Inches ) nf,,h
at lUuRratad and de4fibed, at oaoa, complete, teated
COJuated. tUre aded, realty for One. Alto lnatructloni how
a opemie. If v cm are unable to aell all our aoodi. wa
take them back and air jou a premium for t&oae fold
'imrvBT BiitaLanat wtlKI
!. 7 Af Cl , Mew York City
' lteuit Proin Neiv llnet,
.The hum of the saw mill is in
our midst, for no les . than four
whistles cu be heard at whistle time.
Three candidates for baptism were
immersed last Friday at the close of
Oravel Hil protracted meeting.
. ilr.J Jesse Kearns is very sick.
H is case is very critical.
: .New Hope Sunday School started
last Sunday, and will run all winter.
Part of the New Hope Orchestra
will furnish music in the church ou
all occasions the coming winter and
spring. Prayer meeting List night
w 8 well attended.
Elder Henry Sheets will lecture
on. his recent visit to New York
City on Saturday night, Oct. 27, at
New Hope Academy, for the benefit
of the students. The public is cor
The dormitory is now complete
aud is fi lie I, to its utmost capacity,
but arrangements have been made
to accomodate most all incoming
students at 'nearby : houses. A few
of the boarders who have a' ready
arrived; Cleveland Bean, P'sgnh;
Lindsay Russell, Pinson; Walser
Hendetson, Eldorado; Charlie Stri
ker and Willie Strider, Troy; Misse
Ottie Hughes and Dora Koppel
meyer. '.' "
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