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Asheboro courier. (Asheboro, N.C.) 1879-1906, November 08, 1906, Image 5

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TheAsheboro Courier. Afsbeboro, N. 0. Nov. g, 1906. Local and Personal. N. M. Cranford, of Lexington, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Douthit, of Danvillo, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. li. Kearus. Juo. M. Hammer Bpent the first of the week iu Asheboro. Rev. Chus. Johnson and wifr, of Asheboro, have been spending several days lecently with Mrs. S. A. Staley, at Staley. Lee A. Biiles, of St. Catherhie, Flu., spent Monday in Asheboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, of Handle man, spent Sunday in Asheboro with friends. Miss Aumun and Miss Sallie Slack, of Why Not, were guests of friends in Asheboro Monday. Mrs. John W. Bulla, of Wash ington, D. C, is preparing to erect a nice cottage on Academy stieet, near the school building. W. A. Underwood, of Randle man, spent Sunday in Asheboro. Jno. T. Moflitt gave a dinner to his immediate lelatives and a few friends in Asheboro Sunday in honor of his biithday anniversary. C. R. Winningham, of Asheboro, spent a few days last week with relatives at Ralph. J. L. Welborn, cf High Point, spent Sunday in Asheboro. C. E. Hayworth, was one of Asheboro's visitors from High Feint Sunday. H il Lewis came iu from Lexing ton Tuesday earoute to his home at Farmer to attend election. Miss Pearl Fuller, of Fullers, whose life was despaired of for some time, has recently undergone nn operation for appendicitis and is now rapidly improving. Mrs. Z. A. Cranford, of Farmer, returned to her home Sunday, after spending several days in Asheboro with her sons, Messrs. v.Kj. anu L. Cranford. The Courier carries the largest btock of paper and commercial sta' tionery in tins Bection. Sena your order to the Courier. -The Baraca class of the M. P. church is in a thriving condition. The class has ordered a neat emblem for each of its members. Send your order for job printing to The Courier. Prices are low and high grade woik is given every cus tomer. Miss Pearl Fox, daughter of Dr M. L. Fox, will leave iu a few days for Norfolk to Btudy music during the winter. Mrs. B. B. Burns and Miss Fay Burns, of High Point, are visiting Mrs. F. A. Burns. Mrs. W. A. Underwood, of Ran- dleman, is visiting her father, Col W. P. Wood. Rev. W. W. Lawrence, of Rich land township called to see the Courier Tuesday. After casting his ballot he came to Asheboro to re, ivfi the election returns. He orient the msbt with J. P. Bor oughs. Presiding Elder S. B. Turren tine was iu Asheboro Sunday en route to Ceutial Falls where he conducted services Sunday after noon. The board of County Commis sioners met Monday at the court house and adjourned to meet again Friday morning, November 9th, to draw the iurv and transact such other business "as may come before them. At a recent meeting of Randolph lndirp. No. 262. I. 0. 0. F., the lodce passed resolutions expressin their appreciation of the assistance rendered by the choirs or tne town in the excellent music furnished at their anniversary celebration held short while age. The fourth quarterly conference of the M. P. Church will meet the. M. P. Suuday School room Thursday (tomorrow) evening. Not only the officers, but every member is urged to atienu. Attention is called to the new and attractive advertisements which fti now anoearine in our columns for Royal Baking Powder. By lib oral and continuous use of news rjaner space, the manufactureis hav hnilt nn a lnrgre trade iu many coun trips, whieh is beina retained by the fc,Th mmlitv of their nroduct. The Koyal is reputed a leader. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin, of i Franklinville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Elkm s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. 6. Hendricks. C. II. Rush, who recently re signed as agent for the A. & A. here, entered upon his new duties baggage master and express messenger' on tne vestibule Irom Aberdeen to High Point. Mr. Rush will make Aberdeen head quarters. James Langly has put up a saw mill near Staly, and has begun operation . The Asheboro Drug Co. is pre- areu to furnish- high class litera ture in magazines aud books. &ee ad. Samuel II. Gring, of Reading, i., arrived Tuesday to spend several days. All business suspended in Ashe boro Tuesday for Election. The ly passtd off quietly. V. S. Linthecum, who foinierly leld a position with the Asheboro Wheelbarrow Co , but who is r.ow ith the Biscoe Kouudery and Ma chine Co., spent Tuesday in Ashe boro. RANDLEMAN ITEMS. li Class Musical The Attraction Fri day Niffllt. Mr. Tom Pugh, of Gnensboro, is spending a few days here with his parents. . M. liinsnaw has taken c liaise of the old Hotel Iugold and will continue it as a boarding house. State Auditor Dix, n spoke to a urge and appreciative audience at Naomi Hall last Wednesday eveuing. Dr. Dixon came to fulllU the en gagement of Gov. R. B. Glenn, who had been called to ua. on account of the serious illness of his brother. Work has begun on two handsome residences on Maiu St. which when completed will be occupied by Mr. W. A. Underwood aud rror. J. u. Harris. The next attraction to be present ed here by the Alkahest Lyceum will be the Edwin R. Weeks Co. at the auditorium trulay night JSov. 9th. This entertainment is a high class musical and it is to be hoped that nou.! of our people will fail to enjoy this rare opportunity. ansa Jessie wouii-u ejit-uv i.-uuuj here with her mother, Mrs. T. A. Woolen. C. K. Brvanr. of Richmond, a., s here spending a few days with relatives. Mrs. V. A. Underwood is visiting in Asheboro this week. E. A. Wiles, of Greensboro, was in town Friday on business. Mrs. J. L. Harris and two chil dren arrived Thursday and will spend the winter iu Randleman. Mrs. Mary Illggins anu wie mui- lv of Mr. S. G. Newhn have re turned home, having spent the sum mer in Morgan ton. Walters-Cunningham. Invitations as tolllows have been issued. "On Wednesday evening November the seventh niimtein hundred and six at halt after seven o'clock St. John's Episcopal Clnirch in the town of Madison, North Caro lina, Col. and Mrs. John Marion Galla way will give in marriage their niece Miss Edna Cunningham to Mr. Daniel Anthony Yuller9' The pleasure of your company is re quested." Mr. Walters is the well known ball rdaver. who last season played with the Jiasterii league, ouoneoi wie Pennsylvania teams, lie nss many admirers in North Carolina where hp made a record as a member ot the Virginia-Carolina League. Pleasant Ridge Items. 1!. F. Bray is building a new store near here. We hope he will do a good business John Kouth is moving to Asheboro. Jasper Hodgiu is no better. Corn shuckbiL't) are nearly over, Thomas Scott winding them up. The school at Center will begin the 12th. ,.r V.wemW witn J C. Allen teacher. We hope he will have good success. Wheat sowing is nearly over and people are idl now. Mr. ltaleixh i going 1 move to the mill near here. Misses K. F. Ilinshaw and Callie Cox vis ited Miss Elnora Bray Sunday. Rip Van Winkle. He turned to Jail. Grover Blalock, a young white man, WDO, Witn two uuieie, nuu recently arrested '.for breaking into a store at Liberty, but was released on bond, was re-arrested at ureens boro last week and brought to Ashe' boro and placed in jail to await the December term of KanUOJpn oupe rior Court. The officers feared the vmimrnmn would i n ill p his bond aud the re arrest was ordered. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. Moore County Workers Will Meet At nethlehem Church Next Week. The Moore County Sunday School ConventionJ will meet at Bethlehem Church, near Carthage, next Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. November 16th, 17th, aud 18th. Every Suuday School superinten dent iu Moore county, and every teacher is urged to attend. All who at end will be assigned to homes. Every one who expects to go should write immediately to Mr. John L. Sullivan, Carthage, R. F. D. No. 1, asking him to have the committee on entertainment to secure a home. The followiug is the program: FRIDAY, OPENING SESSION, Morning Session. 11:00 Devotional Exercises Rev. G. J. Dowell. 11:15 The Aim urd Achievnientsof Intel denominational Sun day School Work Dr. C. C. Hubbard. Dinner. Ar'TEUXOOX SESSION. 1:30 En roll men t of Delegates. 1:45 Oral Repor s from Sunday School?. 2:15 What. can the Organized Work Do for the Sunday Schools of Moore County Open Discission by Prof. M. A. McLeud, B. M. Williams. Rev. A. P. Bailee and others. "Z:ib Assignment of Homes for Delegates aud Visitors. SATCKDAY, NOVEMBKK 17TU. Morning Session. 10:00 Devotional Rev. R. S. Ar rowood . 10:15 How to Organize a Township aud Hold a Good Town, hip S. S. Convention P. V un cannon, Dr. A.J. Monroe, Rev. R. S. Airowood and others. 10:45 How to Organize a, Connty and Hold a Good County S. S. Convention J. M. Way, V-Pres. N. C. S. S Association. 11:15 Conference of Sunday School Superintendents Open conference conducted by R. L. Burns; Esq. Dinner. AFTERNOON SESSION. 1:30 Praise Service. 1:45 Conference of Sunday School Teachers By all o. fc Teachers present. 2:15 Address, Rev. K. C. Homer, Troy. 2:15 Election of Officers. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH. Mornin? Session. 10:00 International Sunday School Lesson Taught. 11:15 The Vital Point in Sunday School oik Kev. tr. J Dowel). Dinner. AKTERXOoX SESSION. 1:30 What Shall We Do for the Betterment of Our Sunday Schools When We Get Home: Opeu Discussion by all. Kauiseur Items. Mr. A. L. Jones visited his brother in Norfolk, Ya., last week. Uov .1 W. Piittnii nreaohed two able sermons in his pulpit in the Christian Church hat Sunday. We j are much pleaded to learn that he' has been secured to preacn tor vjvt. A. F. Cox and J. C. Reese, of Cedar Falls, were visitors in town j Sunday. M?t. Mai tin, of High roint came down Saturday with his bride and ; is visiting in town. j Miss Stella Ciroce, ot Uoltlston, ; who spent the past two weeks here, left Saturday and was met at Climax ! by Milton Giluiore where they werej happily united in wedlock. It was ( a ruuawav'inatch. , Our Chrysanthemum Show has. been postponed till 1907. Our farmers are finishing their wheat sowing this week. Kev. J. J. Eads, of Coleridge, was on our stieets Monday. Hied Suddenly in Moore. Mr. Lindsay Burns, of Eagles' Springs, Moore couutv, dropped dead while at work in hu 8'able last Tuesday, October 30th. Heart dis. ease is the attributed cause. The burial service was conducted Thurs day by Bev. Mr. Hoyle, at Taber nacle Church, on the Elise circuit. Mr. Burns is survived by a wife and several children. He is a cousin of Mr. Frank Burns, of Asheboro. Hook by Poe Brings $1,100). A copy of Edgar Allan Poe's "Murder of the Rue Morgue." was sold this week by Peter Meagher, a bookseller of No. 1 Madison avenue, for $1,400. Only two copies of the book were known to be extant, it is said, until this one turnei1. up. One was sold to F. K. Ilalsev at a Fr.'tich sale, in 1905, for $1000. New York Tribune. PROGRESS OF METHODISTS. Asheboro Will Be An Indepeiidant Charge After This Conference. The last Quarterly Conference before the District Conference of the Asheboro charge of the M. E. Church was held a few days ago. The Pastor reports that during the year there ha9 been added to the Asheboro, Central Falls aud Worth- -ville churches 133 members. Of these 50 were added here as a re sult of the meetings conducted by Rev. E. C. Glenn, of Greensboro, and 53 following the meetings at Central Falls. It is further learned that it has been decided to make the Asheboro church an independent charge, the pastor to devote his entire time to the work in this congregation. This a most creditable report and speaks well for Asheboro Method, ism. PAYS TO ADVERTISE. Our Patrons Grateful for Kcsults .from Advertisements 1" the Courier. Two weeks ago last Thursday The Courier advertised for two watches that had been lost by visitors in the citv. A week ago the watches were k turned to the Courier and for warded to the owners.- It was seen in The Courier. Recently the Proximity Mercan tile Co. planed a small reading notice in 1 he Conner 'Help Want ed". We have received the follow- ine: " Please run enclosed copy in one iptarter column during Novem ber. We are highly pleased with your medium for reaching the peo ple." These are two instances, in uitier- ent departments of advertising, whuh substantiates our claim that The Courier is the-best read paper in the State. Local "ads. bring immediate result-, and our adver tisers realize that display "ads," are regualar producers of business. Begin your campaign for holiday trade now by taking a regular space in The Courier, ad. columns. Well Known Collector. Mr. L. L. Thomas, of Thomasville, was in Asheboro this week repre senting the Christian Advocate, The High Point Enterprise, and other papers. Besides being probably the oldest collector in the Estate, Mr, Thomas has been called the Father of Thomasville. The Salisbury Post recen'.ly said of Mr. I nomas: "He built the lirst house in Thorn asvil'e, his home town, and was in Salisbury while the federal troops were camped near the corporation in the sixties. He re uembers that the building now occupied by Plum mer's Drug Store, C. Froneberger and others had just been burned out But few of our citizens will recol lect when this occurred." The average man knows so little about what he is voting for that it makes him crazy and if he has to explain, it. Furniture! Eighteen years experience as buyers enables us to select the most serviceable andlornamen tal furniture. We have just received an other car of the most uy-to-date furniture that has ever been exhibited in the county. It consists of Bedroom Suites, $12.50 to $75. Rockers, .40 to $ 8. and other articles found in an up-to-date fur niture store. Come see and be convinced before buying. Thank you for past favors. Crescent Furniture Co., Ramseur, N. C. HIGH POINT MACHINE WORKS Engineers. Founders. Machinists. High-class repairing; in all lines. Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Lathe Mills and Pumping- Machinery. None but expert mechanics employed. We make a specialty of repairing on heavy machinery and solicit cor respondence. IF YOU REQUIRE PROMPT SERVICE WRITE US. W. H. Watkins, Jr. Company. CASH BUYERS OP ALL FURS. We guarantee you better values than you can get any ; where else. Express or mail us "i what you have and . ; we will make returns sam: day they are received. If desired we will hold goods until we see that you are satisfied or forward according to your di rection. Write for our price list. Ramsear.'-T- N. C. We want during November and December Large Quantities of Pork, Rabbits, Quail, Chickens, Eggs, Honey, Dried Fruit, Dried Peas, Fresh Butter, Turkeys, Ducks and Geese. Ship us and we will pay market va 1 u e or write and name yo u r prices, free on boarc your depot. We have 5,000 people to feed and want all the produce of good quality we can get. PROXIMITY MERCANTILE CO., Greensboro, N. C. Furniture! MOTHERS READ THIS DAUGHTER OF C. W. STUMP Mrs. C. W. Stump of Canton, Ohio, writes: "I wish I could Induce every mother who has a weak, sickly child to try that delicious cod liver prepar ation, Vinol. Our little daughter was pale, thin and sickly. 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