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The courier. (Asheboro, N.C.) 1906-1937, January 17, 1907, Image 5

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The Asheboro Courier. Asheboro, N. 0. Jan 17, 1907. Local and Personal. A J. Rush returned from Raleigh Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Vuncannon, of Star, spent Sunday in Asheboro as guests in the home of Eli Pntoh rd. Rehearsal for the sacred cantata, "Queen Esther," began last . week. The chorus has already made good progress. Rev. TS. R. Richardson is attend ing the conference of Methodist ministers of the Greensboro Dis tict at Gieensboro. The mid-week prayer meeting will be held in the M. E. Church this (Thursday) evening. Mrs. W. J. Page, of Steeds, is visiting relatives in this city. Jno. T.'Driitain is enlarging his law office uear the courthouse and decoratiupr the " interior. x When completed he will have a handsome and commodious office. W. J. ArmftVld, of Oreensboio, attended the annual meeting cf the Bank ot Randolph here last week. .las. O. Graves, of Advance, Ind., is here on his annual visit to rela tives and friends. He left Ran dolph nearly 50 years ago. 1'. B. Cole and Chas. T. Beasley, of Ruudleman, spent Sunday iu Asheboro. "W. P. McDowell has gone to Norfolk to purchase a car of horses and mules. ""Trof. J. M. Way returned Friday night from Raleigh where he at tended the Masonic meeting. Miss Dora Neighbors, daughter of J. A. Neighbors, of Randleman, R. F. D., is seriously ill with pneu monia. 'Hal. S. Lewis, son of Dr. C. H. Xevis, of Farmer, has uccepted a position with the Frd Thompson Drug Co, at Lexington. B. F. and J. H. McDowell have been given a permit to erect large iron addition to their stable build ing on Depot street. IV. D. Spoon has purchased the 'Crown Bottling Works from J. C. D&iis ind will continue the .business .at the same stand on depot street. Nerius Lowe, recently appointed xjounty jailor, is moving his family from Cedar Grove township. Mr. Lowe expects to take charge of the jail this week. Mr. Emmett Moflitt; of Elon College, spent several days, in Ashe boro last week. He attended the annual meeting of the Asheboro Wheelbarrow and Mfg. Co. last "Wednesday. A. I' Marvel, ot Abner, was a business tioUnr in Asheboro Mon dav. vvhiltf riMe he bought a stock of groceries which will be opened np in a new store at Abner. Mr. P. P. Jones and Miss Flossie Swain, of Liberty Township, were in town Monday in the interest of the school at Melanchton. Miss Mozelle Dicks, of Randle man, who has been visiting Miss Anna Coffin, in South Ashe street, left yesteiday for Reidsville In dustrial News. The Home Building and Material Co. is improving its plant by re placing old ith new machinery and also additional machinery. This company has had a most pros perous year. The same is true more or less with every enterprise An Asheboro. W. R. Ashworth, who is teaching Gold Hill School three miles from Asheboro, wa9 in the city Friday. He says hia roll numbers about forty with an average attendance of about 28 or 30. Th9 school is do ing good work. The Courier Job Departmeat solicits orders for all kinds ot print ing. Write to ub, or see us for estimates on all classes before send ing orders elsewhere. We print pamphlets, duplicates, invoice books, blanks, and commercial stationery of all kinds. L. C. Crinford returned Mon . day from Greensboro where his little son, Edwin, uuderwent an operation last Fridf.y morning for appendicitis. The operation was preformed at St.. Leo's' Hospital. Little Edwin was taken sick at Uis?h Point while Mrs. Cninford and children were visiting relatives. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cranford will bo glad to learn that the child is rapidly improving. H. P. Leak, of Kernersville. was among the many visitors in Asheboro ounday. The funeral of Mrs Cecil Crawford was conducted from her late home at Randleman, Monday. Misses Enlah Hayes and Exie Col lin?, of Randleman, visited friends in Asheboro Sunday. J. L. Welborne of High Point, was here Sunday. Ferree Ross has given up the school at Parks Cross Roads, and W. E. Allred, of Ramseur, has been named as his successor. Rev. Henry Sheets will preach at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning and night. The little son of G. M. Berryhas been quite sick for several days but is improving. The Asheboro Chair Companyheld its annual meeting January 9th., and the Secretary made a very satis factory report of the past year.s busi ness. A. R. Winningham spent Monday at Parks X Roads. Mrs. Sarah Wood, wife of the late John Wood, died at her home 4 miles west of Farmer last week after a brief illness. Mrs. Wood was 72 years of age, the funeral service was held Saturday. At a meeting of town commission ers held Monday night arrangements were made to operate the electric lights on a new schedule, which went into effect Tuesday night. The lights will be operated until 11 o.clock each night and from 4 o.clock a. m. until broad daylight. Messrs. P. B. Cole and C. T. Beai ley, of Randleman, spent Sunday in Asheboro. Mrs. N. R. Richardson, is visiting relatives at Greensboro. Dr. Moore has moved into the home on Fayetteville street, that he recentlv purchased of the Porter heirs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F. Bynard, of Kandulph county, Indiana, are visiting relatives in Asheboro and surrounding country. Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Byrd. spent a few days with their daughter, Mrs Claude Hay worth, the first of the week. Durham will ask the Legislature to authorize an election for the city, on a bond issue of $300,000 for street improvements and sewer extension. T. S. Groom, representing the Greensboro Life Insurance Company, is spending a few days in Asheboro. Mrs. Wm. Cashatt, of Fullers, was stricken with apoplexy last Saturday, and has been unconscious ever sinco. Her recovery is extrmej ly doubtful. The Courier Job Department is demonstrating the fact that there is no necessity for sending your orders to foreign printers. We have equip ped the office for all kinds of high class printing. A trial order is all we ask. Ask for estimates on pamphlets, duplictt invoice books, blanks, etc. We will gladly reply to lt inquiries. D. B. Kendall recently sold his house in East Albermarle to Ephraim Treece. The friends of Mr. Kendall will learn with regret that he contemplates moving to Randolph county at an early date Stanley Enterprise. L. T. Fox, a former resident of Asheboro, at present a High Point resident, and employed in the fac tories of the Smith Furniture Co., suffered a most painful and serious injury tnday morning while operat in? a band saw at that place. The index finger on the right hand was badly lacerated and had to be am putated below the first joint. Mr. H. H. Kennedy, Supt. of the convict force, has turned over and taken receipts for $97.10 for special work done at odd times by the teams, etc. when work could not be done ou the roads. Hal Worth has resigned his posi tion with the worthville Mfg. Co at Central Falls, to accept a position as traveling lepreseutative of the Berlin Aniline Woikf, of New York. Hejwill have headquarters at Charlotte. County Superintendent J. M. Way has received a letter from J Y. Joyner calling for application for aid from the second thousand dollars of the appropriaton to tl public schools by the State. Prof. Joyner says the apportionment will be made and the money distributed by February 1st and that applica tions must be made in proper form by January 20 Ji. Unless applica tions are filed in the State iSupcm tendent's office before that date, l.hi y cannot bo considered. ' 100TH ANNIVERSARY. Local Daughters Will Hold Memorial Service Friday Might January 18th. Saturday, January 19th is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gen. Robert E. Lee. Friday even ing theDaughters of the Confeder acy will held a memorial service in the academy and extends a cordial invitation to everyone to attend. Miss May D. McAlister, president of the chapter, has secured Rev. Archibald Johnston, editor of Char ity and Children, of Thomasville, to deliver the address. The program is arranged as fol lows: Prayer. Hymn "How Firm a Foundation." Reading Lee's Farewell Address to his Soldiers. Solo "Come unto Me," Mrs. E. E. Kephart. Address Rev. Archibald Johnston. Hymn America. The regular meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy will be held at the academy Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Many im portant matters will be discussed, including the arrangements for giv ing the cantata "Q'leen Esther." New offiicers will also be elected. A full attendance is desired. The chapter has tweuty charter mem bers as follows: Mis. Ida Morris-Ross, Mrs. Ella Burwell McAlister, Mrs. M. W. Parneh, Mrs. O- W. Rich, Mrs. Aunie Mary Robbins, Mrs. W. A. Underwood, Miss Erma Whitfield, Miss Lucy Crowson, Miss May D. McAlister, Mrs. J. M. Lassiter, Mrs. Marguerite Whitfield Hammond, Mrs. Coriuua F, Stedman. Mrs. J. 0. Redding, Mrs. W. C. Hammer, Mrs. Myrtie M. Mofhtt, Mrs. Bessie M. Hunter, Miss Lillian Bunch, Miss Daisy Ciowson, Miss Treva Rush, Mrs. II. Moflitt. The President will be glad to correspond with any in Randolph county who desire to join the chap ter. Hunting Privileges. The Courier is in receipt of the following letter from Representative W. T. Foushee, which is self-explanatory. Dear Sir: I am informed that petitions from different parts of Randolph county will be permitted to this Legislature, requesting that a bill b passed, making it a misde meanor for any one to hunt upon the lands of another without per mission. I find in the Revisal of 1905 Sec. 3480 that such a law already exists and all that is needed is to enforce it. Yours truly, W. T. Foushee. Ilrokaw Lodge at Fairvlcw to be Im proved. The Montgomery Construction Campanv, of High -Point, has been awarded the contract for extensive impiovement to (he Brokaw Lodge, .at Fairview. and more than $10,000 will be expendid in adding additional guest chambers and a modern swimming pool. ror the pleasure of his guests Mr liioRaw win also buna ana equip a squash court. Work will begin in March, and will have been com pleted by September following. A "Cat Contest." The Ramblers' Book Club met with Miss Jessie Boroughs Friday afternoon. Features of the meeting weieadutt by Misses Aun.e Blur and Merrie Riehardson and "Cat Contest" in which words were rep resented by cas as "a cat with a cold" describes catarrh. Miss Bessie CofSn was awaidpd the prize a beautiful pearl pin. NOTICE I Having qual'fled as executrix on the E-tate ot Alwm Fuller, deceased, before W. C. Hammond, Clerk of tlie Superior Court of. Randolph county. All persons having claim ;a(?alust said estate are notified to present them to the undersigned, duly verified, on or before the 10th dav of Janu ary 1908, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery: and all persons owing said estate will come forward and make immediate settle ment. This 4th day of January 117. JULIA C Fl'I.LKR Ex'tr'jr. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Having qualified as administrator ot Sarah K, Ciaven, deceased, late of Randolph county, N, C. This is to notify all iiersous having clain neninst the est'ite of suiil deceased to exhili t them to the undersigned on or before the 1st day of February HWH or this notice will -pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said etute will please make im mediate payment. Tliis the day of December l!ki6. A. M.COX, Administrator. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that application will be mado to the next General Assembly to amend the Charter of the (own of Liberty, Randolph county, North Carolina. FOR SALE -Two Town b.ts, lyinir Is -I ween Mrs. Fiinnie Porter's and l'r. W. .1. Mi huv's residences, and beicg i par! cf tlie Ih.,,1 owned by the Dul l Tor,, r heir-. These lots front nu Ftiyet:e ille slr-Tt, aid extend to loilroad iij;ht cf wav. l'i r terms address 1.H!. C. '. Ill HK.!,'!', W.ut'.ivli:.'. N. C. 10,000 Mink Sklnsl OVERLY WRSERIES. WA.vrwo at ;uxrr. ii,. linmii, ill b.: ad for imui Address A. 12. iiui klmrUl, l 73 I'll Business Local!. Nottoea Inserted under this head at en oertt a word each Insertion. THREE SALESMEN WANTED Better prices, bio profits. Easy terms. Write us before contracting. UPSON NURSERIES. YATESVILLE, OA. You own goml stock if you buy from R. R. Ross. He has a car of select horses and mules. The best cigars in town both domestic and straigbt Havana enougn variety to please all tastes. Ashelwre Drug Co. WANTED: 10 men in each state to travel distribute samples of our goods and tack signs. Salary $85.00 per month; 3.00 per day for expenses. SAUNDERS CO., De- fiartment P. 46 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, lis Next week will be time for the new Febru ary maga.i nes. Asheboro Drug Co, Ro9s Stables, Ashelioro, for fine Btock. WANTED: Lady to advertise our goods locally. Several weeks home work. Salary $ 12 00 per week, .$ 1 00 per dav for expenseH . SAUNDERSCO. Dept W 4(5 48 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago 111. R. It. Rosa will have a nice car of horses and mules at his stables this week. Do not forget our Circulating library. Asheloro Drug t'o. SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Randolph and adjacent counties. Salary or CommUnion. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO. Cleveland, O. If you want some early garden seed give us a call. Asheboro Drup Co. WANTED STAVES Hiahest cash prices paid for all kinds of staves for Norfolk mar ket. Apply to Hi A Hammer, Asheboro, Is L. We have on hand a fresh supdIv of din- theria Anti-toxin and of vaocine lymph. Asheboro urug (..o. . Dr. W. It. Waked -It), ef Charlotte, N. C., will lie in Randleman at The Hotel on Fri day Feb. 8th for (he purpose of treating die eases of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, and fitting Glasses. 11)00 was a "lean year" on farmers and others, and the doctor will, on this visit, test eyes for glasses, at one half the usual lee. See R. R. Ross about horses and mules. FOR SALE A lot on Sunset Avenue adjoining H. E. Moflitl'e home, 100x30 feet. Apply lo C. RUSH. FOR RENT Seven-room house on Tark Street. Apply to Mrs. Wm. C. Hammer. NOTICE! Having qualified as Administrator on the estate i ueorge koodius, oeceasea, oeiore v . u Hammond. Cleik of the Superior Court of Ran dulph county, I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for Cash, on the premises, on the 25th day of January 1907, at 10 a. m. the following personal property, to-wit: Two head cuttle, two nous, one rcaner. one saw mill, one buggy, corn, poik, one cook stove, about 15 sianasoi Dees in puieni gums ana a 101 oi nouse r.oia sua mwnen iunmure, one snoi gun aua one nue, ana other articles too tedious to men tion. All persons having claims against said estate are untitled to present them to the undersigned, diilv verified, , on or before the Stith dav of Deccmlier 1MU7 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; and all persons owing saw esinie win come lorwara una maite im mediate ci.'tnent. This aith day of December 1900. A. A. SI'KNCER, Adilir. In New Quarters. We have recently moved our business into the Lane store building on South Fay etteville street, where we are better prepaced to serve our customers. Come to see us in our new store. Bring- us all your chick ens and eggs. Buying Country Produce at Top Market Prices is Our Specialty.. RICH MOFFITT, Asheboro, N. C 'Phone 34 ATTENTION! We want to let people know that they should plant trees that grow and produce fruit. We make a spec ialty of fruits of all kinds suited to this climate. Catalogue, prices and inform ation, as to plant ing, pruning, culti vating and gather ing sent free on re quest. Wdvcrly, Ail. It Frequently Happens that you who make individual loans are bothered in the collection of interest; that you often haAe difficulty in getting back the principal, and sometimes lose it alto gether: If you collect your interest, you do not get it more than once or twice a year. If you deposit your money in the Savings depart ment of this bank, you are not thus annoyed or kept so long out of your interest, for we pay you 4 per cent, interest every three months; January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st. and better still you have the sat isfaction of feeling that your money is at all times safe and that the bank is prepared to pay back the principal when needed. BANK OF SOUTH GREENSBORO, GREtNSBORo.N.c E. P. Wharton, Pres. E. L. Sides, Cash. DIRECTORS: W. D. Mendenhall, C. P. Frazier, E. E. Bain, J. N. Longest. Grand Opportunity. On account of my health am going to sell out my Livery business, consisting of T:n head of good, sound, Livery Horses, Ten Buggies, some of them Rubber Tired, all in good condition, One Rubber Tired Carriage. One three-seated Hampton Hack, best made. One two-seated CDrtland Hack. Ten sets Single Harness. Two sets Double Harness, together with Laprobes, Poles, Whips and everything pertaining to an Up-to-Date Stable, This outfit is as complete for the business as is found in any town of this size in North Carolina, and while it is a little bad season to go into Livery, there is money to be made even during January and February, and this oppor tunity to buy a good well established business does not pre sent itself often. THF OUTFIT fiOMPIFTF wil1 inventory about two MIL UUIIII vUlTir LL I L thousand dollars, but in or der to close out at once will keep a pair of horses, buggy, etc., enough to cut the stock down to fifteen hundred dol lars and rent the stable building at reasonable rent and turn over immediately. I eave been in business here for nearly six years and it has been a decided success, a proof of which is, I have done more business than any Liveryman in Randolph county; have done more livery in the last six months than any six months previous, and at all times I get a , majority of the best Livery that's done in town. I mean business and will sell on credit of three, six, and nine months, with uotes well secured. For further particulars apply to E. G. Morris, Manager, Moirrs Livery Stable. Asheboo, N. C. Embroidery Specials We are including in our January Reduction Sale a large lot of Hamburgs and Laces, at give-away prices. These patterns are not remnants, neither are they odds and ends but designs cut from the bolt and wanted by every ladyv . 5c. Hamburgs and Laces 3cts. 10 and 12 l-2c. Hamburgs and Laces 7cts. 20c. Hamburg and Laces 14cts. Higher priced material reduced in proportion. Also some specials in Dress Good6 and Waistings. Don't delay your spring sewing until the weather is warmer, but now while it is a pleasure to sit by the fire and sew and bargains are at hand prepare for the hot sum mer months. Prices reduced only until the first week in February. Morris-Scarborn-Moffitt Co. Send your crden. lor Printing to inT,

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