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GOOD ROADS ADVICE.
Minnesota Hltthwar Commlulonei
Give Soma Pertinent Point.
George W. Cooley. secretary and en
gineer of the Minnesota highway com
mission, has Issued the commission's
bulletin No. 1. It deals In det.ill lu In
structions as to the proper inert nd of
building substantial roads In various
kinds of soli at the least expense, arvys
the Motor News. Mr. Cooley gives the
. following rules for the guidance of
road overseers throughout the state:
Keep till lines of drainage open. Keep
ruts and hollows out of the road by
continuous filling and dragging. Keep
stones, sod and all vegetable matter oft
the road surfaces. Fill all low places
and holes with the same material of
which the road is built.
See the culverts are in condition to
take care of the flowing water, espe
cially before freezing tip time, and
open them up as early In thc,pring as
possible. Don't change your men and
teams around too ranch. Thsy will give
more satisfaction If kopt at the sam
cluss of work.
Keep weeds and brush away from
the sides of the road as much as possi
ble, and wherever the road is too much
shaded, especially if it Is clay, trim the
trees up to a height of eight foot above
Never disturb a government corner
or boundary monument without seeing
that it Is re-established by some com
petent surveyor and with the knowl
edge of the udjacent proprietors. It Is
their property, even though it Is In a
public highway, and you will be liable
for damages if you disturb it without
giving dun notice.
All the Material within the limits of
the right of way may be used for road
purposes only. You have no right to
the grass or timber or to the earth 01
stone nqt required for the road. All
such belong to the abutting owner to
the center of the road, but In his use
or taking of them he is limited by the
right of the authorities to make what
ever use of them that is necessary for
the Improvement and protection of the
MUaonrl ana Good Ror.da.
There are 125,00(1 miles of roads Iq
Missouri. On 10 per cent of the mile
age, however. Is carried 00 per cent of
the business transported. While all
roads need to be Improved, the largest
need Is of course upon the main trav
eled highways, says the Columbia Her
ald. The cost of good roads was esti
mated at the Chllllcothe convention
differently by different speakers. Large
ly it was a question of material avail
able la the various localities. From
Boone county came a report that gravel
roads were under construction at $1,700
a mile. This was a conservative esti
mate. After a dirt road had been put
In well graded condition it could be
kept In good coudition, it was demon
strated, by the use of the drag at prac
tically normal expeuse. It Is not to be
wondered at, therefore, with its demand
for a new constitution and for the
training of good engineers, that the
convention adopted a resolution favor
ing legislation looking toward the moro
general employment of the drag. "The
best road materials." It was decided,
"were men and money, cash taxes and
competent engineers." The state board
of agriculture is planning to follow up
the Chllllcothe convention with other
conventions In different towns. The
good roads campaign In Missouri Is on
Chnrclt n Rouil Flnlliler.
No part of the rerkiomen valley, In
Pennsylvania, having thus far receiv
ed a share of the state's good roads ap
propriation, an energetic campaign for
improved highways has been opened
In the viclnily of Peunsburg, Pa., and
the two strongest and oldest churches
of the region are lending hearty co
operation, says a- Pennsburg corre
spondent of the Philadelphia Record.
The members of the New Goshenhop
pen Reformed church, who want the
road from this borough to the church
improved, have decided not to wait for
state aid. They have effected aa
agreement with the supervisors of Up
per Hanover township and will con
tribute ?."00 toward a fund' for rebuild
ing . the road, the township providing
the remainder of the money. The mem
bers of St. Paul's Lutheran church,
which is also situated about a mile
outside of town on the opposite side of
the borough, ore engaged In a some
what similar enterprise.
A Practical Illustration.
A country exchange In commenting
on the value of Improved roads and the
people living along them states that
one pair of horses can do the work of
two pairs In hauling loads and gives as
an example that one of the leading
farmers ef the community was seen
driving over a newly completed road
with a big load of hay. Closely at
tached to the wagon lu the rear was a
second wagon heavily loaded wltb
straw. A single team was thus draw
ing and going along as though no load
whatever was behind.
A Tribnte to Good IllKhvny.
Good roads add so much to the pros
perity of a state or county, increase
the value of fawn property so greatly,
are such a convenience to the country
people and save so much In wear and
tear of farm vehicles and lessen the
burden of man and Wonst to such an
extent that It is hard to see how any
one can help encouraging thel public
highways. Tampa (Fin.) Tribune
Jlenelit Prom Hard ttnad.
Rich lands almost at our door would
blossom Into .smiling, wealth produe
' Ing farms In short order were they
tapped by hard surface roads, says the
St. Augustine (Fin.) Record, A frac
tion of the cost of drainage experi
ment would build the ronds, and we
would derive the benefit
The following accounts were aidited and
allowed by the county commissioners at
their regular monthly meetiug in January:
Kenny Hinsliaw, tax refund $2 25
S. C. Cranford, court crier, December
term. I'JllO 12 00
W. D. Lftflin, one day holding elec
tion 1 00
Jno. K it-Ii, work at courthouse. 30
C. C Hubbard, examining lunatic... 2 00
J. W.Pugh, " "... 100
Register of Deeds, otstract listed
taxubles to auditor and cor.
commissioners, express, etc 56 23
M. W. Fai rish, holding election 2 00
J. B. Slack, one duy Judge of elec
tion .'. 2 00
.T. H. Pug'". hal'IT election 1 00
A-ahcburo Feed S Grain Co, sawdust, fit)
A. M Nulla, med. service, small pox.. 23 50
A. M. Bulla, Sunt. Health 12 50
McDowell Bros. con. oommisNioners
to county home 3 00
E. K Luck, holding election 100
T. M. Andrews holding election 1 00
W. H Winningliam. couv. Bob
Yiirner and Sam Upton to jail... 5 00
A K. Hall, Jai.ilor C 00
J. C. Julian, holding election 1 00
Thos. Xixon, provisions, small pox . 2 50
Lewia-Wiuslo'.v Iidw Co, mdse. jail.. 1 25
I. M. Dorsctt, holding election 2 00
'.Vood A- Moring, mdse for jail 4 50
" " " " " courthouse 5 00
Aslieboro Fleet ric Co, lights for
jail 2 25
T. II. Tysor, holding election 2 SO
Liberty Mercantile Co, mdse -for
small pox ti 31!
J. M. Luther, deputy, Dec. term 7 50
L. A. Craven, " " " 4 50
J M. Brewer, " " " 3 00
A. J. Rush, ' 0 00
C H. Lucas, " " ' 4 50
A. M. Enless, attending small pox
cases 14 50
S. E. Lowdennilk, work on jail...... 3 75
R. L. White, officer to rand Jury,
Dec term 7 50
R. L. W'liito, reg. voters and holding
electi.-n 9 20
J. II. Foust, tax ref.iud 2 25
Register of Deeds, recording election
returns, stationery, etc 22 4fi
J. W. Cox it Sons, mdso, sr.all pox. 14 54
Aslieltoro Wheelbarrow it !fg Co,
mdse, Register office 0 55
J. M. Way, settling with Jlreas v 4 00
J. M. Wj, typewriting leports, etc,
co treasurer 6 00
Qui en City Printing Co, nuUe C. S.
C '. 25 31
1". C. Yow, reg voters and holding
election 11 08
W, C. Hammond, postage for pen
sions 7 70
Aslieboro !ro. Co. mdse for jail . 1 50
Aslielxro Courier, pub. co. exhibit... 50 CO
Aslieboro Courier, pub annual state
ment 10 00
Aslieboro Courier, stationery reg.
office 7 00
McCrary-Redding lldw. Co, mdse
McCravy-Redding Hdw Co, mdse
fur jail 1 -0
J, A. Carpenter, holding election... 100
Register of Deeds, Issuing orders... lfl 70
The Courier, printing 37 40
A. X. Bulla, 1 day com. and mileage. 2 80
II. ti. Lasaiter, same 380
J. iV. Cox, same 3 00
II. H. Kennedy, jailor .. 17 40
H. H Kennedy. Board for (iuards,
road force 19 00
A. X. Bulla, settling with the county
treausrer ... 2 00
J. 1'. Boroughs, clerk to board 2 00
X. C. Cox, beef I M
Asheboro Wheelbarrow a Mfg Co.
Lumber 4 01
Ashelioro Roller Mills, mdse ... 19 20
Crown Milling Co mdse 113 05
Aslieboro Feed & Grain Co mdse... 3S 90
Home Building & Material Co, lum
ber, etc 0 80
Wood S Moring, mdse 27 20
W. .T. Miller, mdse 28 05
H. II. Kennedy supt road force 52 00
N. C. Cranford, asst supt 30 00
J. C Farlow, guard 20 00
3. B Hill, same 20 00
Juno Peace, same 2 80
Jame Lilly, fodder 4 08
Ashelioro Department Store, mdse... 00
Lexington Grocery Co, mdse 25 34
J U. Steed, beef 1 90
). R. Smith, clothes burnt 18 50
Mcrnrv-ReddinaHdw Co mdse - 87 90
Lewis- Winslow Hdw Co, mdse 1213
Aslieboro Gro Co mdse 43 23
J. T. Lambert, mdso 0 00
P. M. Ward, mdse 4 55
HOAUS AND WtlllC.ES,
T. A. Hill, lumber 19 95
Thos. A. Spencer, lumber and work.. IS 20
J. F. Coltrane, lumber 23 00
C. II. White. lumScr nublic road... 2 50
Brush Creek Lumber Co, lumber
public roads 1 00
W. II. Bonkemeyer, lumber, etc pub
lic roads 8 29
A. R. Callicott, work on bridges 22 75
Lolir Bros, lumber for bridge 1 4 23
Asheboto Wheelbarrow & Mfg Co
lumlier for public road 5 81
Eclipse Paint & Mfg Co, paint for
bridges 74 10
V. F. MoCrary, mdso (13 fill
I.cc Dell;, provisions 37 50
W. J. Dclk, steward (3 m.) SO 0 I
Julian Pierce, p-nk 34 01
R. K. Trotter, pork 13 92
D, . Robbins, conveying Patrick
Lowder to co. home 1 50
J. F. Jarrell, mdse 7 27
Mt.Crury-Redding Hdw Co, mdse... 05
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
LESSON III, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNA
TIONAL SERIES, AN. 20.
Txt or tho Leaaon, Gen. iii, 1-18.
Memory Verne, IS Golden Text, I
Cor. 82 Commentary Prepared
by Rer. D. M. Steurna.
Copyright, 1906, by American Press Association.
In this third chapter from' the be
ginning of the Bible we are Introduced
to one whom we have not met person
ally before, the one whose story Is
ended in the third chapter from the
end of the Bible and who Is there
known as "the dragon, that old ser
pent, which Is the devil and Satan,"
his doom being a thousand years in
the bottomless pit and then the lake
of Are for ever and ever. Today's les
son gives us the beginning of the con
flict between God and the devil over
man and his inheritance, the earth,
and the whole IHble is the full record
of this conflict. Let the glorious con
summation cheer us as we journey
on: "A new heaven and a new earth
. And there shull be uo more
curse, but the "throne of God and of
the Lamb shull be lu It" (Ilev. xxl, 1;
xxii, 3, 4).
This great adversary seems to need
a creature through whom to work, and
to reach Adam and Kve he selects the
wisest and possibly the most beautiful
of all God's creatures, the serpent,
which at that time, as is clear from
verse 14, did not, us now, go upon his
belly. Wo cau only briefly note some
characteristics of the devil as here set
forth, but may those lead us to study
more carefully his wiles that we may
not be Ignorant of bis devices, but re
sist him and successfully overcome
him by the shield of faith and the
sword of the Spirit, by tho blood of the
Lninb and tho word of our testimony
(Kph. vl, 10-18; Jus. Iv, 7; I Pet. v,8,0.
Notice In the llrst live verses of our
lesson how this wicked oue questions
the word of God aud tho love of God,
talks of unholy ambition uud actually
makes God u liar. He Is zealously do
ing these things still and perhaps nev
er more so than today. Let us remem
ber that all who question the word of
God are for the time being In the
service of the devil, and if we refuse
to uccept the testimony of God wo are
guilty of making God a liar (I John
Eve saw aud coveted aud took. So
did Aehan (Josh, vli, 21) and David (II
Sum. xl, 2, 4 and multitudes ever
since because of this same devil. Con
trast this fall of Adam and Eve with
the victory of tho last Adam lu the
wildoruess when similarly tempted.
They had everything they needed
and fell. He hnd nothing und was hun
gry, yet Ilo conquered. For our guid
ance see I John II, 15-17.
Although Adam and Eve had uo "put
on" clothing, as wo have, they must
have been clothed with light as a part
of themselves, for they were In tho
Image of God before they sinned (Ps.
civ, 2). Life is knowing God, commun
ing with God, and the absence of this
Is death (John xvll, 3; Eph. 11, 4, 5, 12).
When they sinned they died, and as a
substitute for tho garments of light
which they bud lost they made them
selves fig leaf aprons and attempted
to bide from God (verses 7, 8). But
"God is love" always. He came to
walk with them in the garden as
aforetime, and they no longer come to
meet Him, but nro afraid of Him and
Ills voice. He lovingly culls them,
draws from them a confession, aud
after telling them some results of their
sin He reveals to them by object les
sons the way of salvation and also a
future resurrect ion life when the earth
shall bo paradise restored. The first
announcement of a Redeemer and De
liverer for man who sholl also finally
crush the devil is made to the devil in
verse 15, whore we have set before us
a suffering and also a conquering de
liverer, a serpent who slinll have some
success for a time, but a Deliverer who
sh.'ill finally crush him. This verse
tells of the atonement and the new
birih, but in verso 21 the manner of
the atonement by the shedding of
blood is fully set forth. Here we see
the Son of God (for every manifesta
tion of God from the beginning is
through the Son, John 1, 1-3, 18) with
His own hand shedding the blood of
the Innocent animals, probably lambs,
and providing redemption clothing for
tho guilty but now penitent pair who
could do nothing but drop their fig
lesfT aprons mid accept meekly and
gladly God's provision. And they
might have sung If they had known
them the words of Isa. lxl, 10. Doubt
less the Son of God in this institution
of sacrifice looked down the stream of
time to Golgotha, where He would lit
erally fitllill that for which He was
set apart before the foundation of the
world (I i'et. I, 1.S-2H), ::;il Adam a -id
Eve and ihrnvgh tbein their descendants-were
taught the way of forgive
ness by tho shedding of the blood of a
substitute and tie.! i-nl.v wny by vb:i !l
sinners can C.vtix: near to a Ii;ly G)l
(Heb. It, 11-11. 22; s. 10. 2!0.
Lest p;ir(akii;g of the ireo cf ll."e
should proi'i:ig their n'.-.iy unduly in
mortal bodies tainted by sin they nro
sent out f Eden, or, r.ii'uT. out of the
garden of IVcn, which, v.-e I To-, con
tinued Willi its live of !if; and funning
sword and cherubim until the deluge.
This Is no doubt the sword referred to
In Zceh. xiii, 7. as awaking- against the
true sacrifice by whom alone we re
enter Eden uud have the ttv of life
restored to us (Rev. ii, 7t. Let tluvo
who have anointed eyes study the
cherubim from Ibis to Rev. v, 5-lt'i. ami
If the song they sing, ulong with all
their previous history, does not Indi
cate the redeemed of the Lord, tbe
I have not yet seen aright.
If the devil's aim was and is to
lead man to knowledge and progress
apart from God, it may help us to un
derstand the present condition of
Two Sons of The South.
After the hardest fighti 112 at the
first Battle of Manassas, where
btonewalr Jackson was wounded
in the hand, Dr. Hunter McGuire,
Jackson's medical director, was
bandaging the wound. The scene of
the operation was the porch of a lit
tle store at the erasing of a stream.
From his knowledge of the battle
field the Hon. John S. Wise, author
of "Recollections of Thirteen Presi
dents," thinks it must have been
where the Sudley road crosses
Young's Branch near the Warrenton
pike. At any rate, the tide of battle
had turned in favor of the Con
federates, and Jackson hud taken
time to have his wound dressed.
About the place was a large num
ber awaiting their turn, most of
them wounded, some of them strag
glers, no doubt. But Jackson knew
the situation thoroughly, aud wus uot
alarmed at their presence.
Just then a horseman in civiliau's
dress, greatly excited, dashed up,
and reining up his horse in the
stream rose in his stirrups and be
gan an impussioued appeal to the
men, begging them not to give up
the fight; u spring them that they
were not whipped; that the enemy
was in retreat, and that if they would
v.ot act like towards und cravens
victory was ussured. '
The horseman, having arrived up
o i the field and hearing of the rc
verse of the morning, but not of the
subsequent successes of his side, Lad
dashed forward, and seeing this
throng of oppareut stragglers, was
seeking totally them and induce
them to return to btttle. Neither
Doctor McGuire nor General Jack
eon had ever seen him before, and
they had no idea who he was.
Upon hearing his outburst, Jack
son literally flung aside the bandages
Doctor McGuire was placiug on his
hand, and with more excitement
than he was ever known to have
shown before he advanced quickly
toward the horseman, saving:
"What is all this fuss "about?
These men are not cowards. These
men tire not deserters. These men
are not stragglers. . They are men,
and ure mostly wounded. We are
not hard pressed. We have whip
ped the Yankees and the fighting is
over. Who are you,'sii?"
"I am Presidet Davis, sir. Who
"I am General Jackson, sir" sa d
Jackson, now realizing and saluting.
Then he calmy returned to have
his wound dressed, and Mr. Davis
departed for some other part of the
Jackson was evidently very iudig
nant at the imputation cast upon
his men, and Mr. Davis eridently
did not like the language or the
manner of his subordinate. Dr
McGuire said that in all their sub
sequent intercourse, Jackson never
alludtd to this episode but once, but
it was plain to him that the grim
old Presbyterian lighter was not an
admiier of Davis.
lugalls On Death.
"In the Democracy of the dead till
tneu at least are equal. There is
neither rank nor station nor pre
rogative in the republic of the grave.
At this fatal threshold the phi lost -pher
ceases to be wise, and th so' g
if the poet is silent. Dives relin
quishes his millions, and La.irus
his rags. The poor uiaa is us rich
as the richest, and the rich man ; 8
poor as the pauper. The creditor
lues bis usury, and the debtor is ac
quitted of his obligation. There the
1 i-o ltd man surrenders his dignities,
the politician his houois, the world
ling his pleasure; the invalid needs
no physician, and the laborer rests
from his unrequited toil. Here at
last is nature's final decree in equity.
The wrongs of time aie redres-el,
injustice is expiated, the irony of
fate is refitted, the unequal clis
tribnlion of wealth, honor capacity,
pleasure and opportunity, which
innkes life so cruel and inexplicable
a tragedy, eeases in the realm of
death. ' The sirngest tl ere has no
supremacy, and the weakest needs
no defense. The mighty captain
succumbs to the invincible ad veisary
who disarms alike the victor aud
Food don't iligem? I?i?o:nise tho stomach
Licks nonie one of the essential digestuntM or
tin; digestive juices ure not properly l.al
iinccd. Then, too, it is th undigested tood
I ibut causes Ronrncs und painful indigestion
Kodol For Indigestion sliould be used for
relief. Kodol is a solution of vcfjeiahlo
:k ids. It digests what yea eat, and corrects
' i ho deficiencies of Vie diceMioii. Kodol
; i-omIoi-iiis to tho Nutiotial i'uie Food unci
I Ming Law. Nold lieie by Standard l'rtigl'o.
! ami Aslieboro Drug Co
i Do yon want the huirest and I'ot
cookbook published. If so, wriie
1 ns and we will tell vou how to Lrct
1 it for one hour's work. Don't delay
lint write to-day.
; THAD. S. F EFLREE,
Atrrnev At Law
ASHEBORO - - - N. C.
All matters attended to with cere
ind .rcmi)tness. Sioinl attt'?i
Jon given to collect i '3 and tue
1 ,-cttlcment of e:---t".
State ol Nortli Carolina I
Department of State, i
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
To All to Whom These Preseuts May Come
Whereas, It apiK-ars to my satisfaction, by
duly authenticated rccoid of the jirncee'liiia
for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the
unanimous consent of all the stockholder-, de
posited In mv otlice, that the Asheboro Punn
ing Compnny, a conioration of this state,
whose principal office is situated in tue town ol
Asheboro. Countv ol Kumlohih. suite of Xi.rth
Carolina, E. Moltitt beiiii; the aueut
therein and in eiiarKe thereof, iioii whom
process may be served), has coninlici with the
requirements of Chapter SI, Kcvisnl of Kins,
entiled "Corporations," preliiuliiarv 10 the
iss'iiugcf this Certificate of Dissolution
Now. Therefore. I. J. Bryan Grimes, siecretnrv
of State of the State of NortVi Carolina, do here-
ny ceruiy tnat the sum corimritlou (lid, on the
8th dav of December. HHKi. file in mv ntlice n
duly executed and attested consent in writini;
m me dissolution ol said coriioratlon, executed
by all the stockholders thereof, which said
consent und the record of theDmcceiium nforv.
said are now on lilu iu my said otlice as pro.
vmeu uy law.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereto set mv
hand and affixed my official seal, at Raleigh',
iius oui uny ui uet emuer, a. ii. r.HjH.
J. HKYAN UKIMES,
Secretary of Stute.
Bv virtue Of a ixnvnr nf sill,- iriv-n to t on.,.
dersiKiied in u mortgage executed by Cliane
Richwine and wile Juiia Ann Kichwuie on Hie
Sotii day of February 1SHV and dulv recorded in
mum s in rage ans ill tile Kegli-terol Deeds otlice
In A-hebom, X. C. Randolph County. Tue
undersigned mortaaws will oiler fur sale mi the
account nf default being made In the payment
of tile debt seemed by suid mortgage the land
ruereui conveyed to tue lift ami Highest bidder
for cash at the Courthouse door iu Ashelsim.
V. C. on the 4th day of February l'.ior VI o'clock
M the follow! ni; tract of hind situate in l lie town
of Randleman Randolph County adjoining the
amis 01 cooper, Minsnaw. und others and
bounded as follows to wit- Beginiug at Rich,
wine's, corner, thence North to a stone Ncwsom
Couper, and gleaves corner 01-Jrds, thence
Kastwurdly to Cooix-rs corner in Kichwine's
line to a stone, tnence South to Hitislinw's corner
6-1-ards, containing 'J acres more or less.
W. V. .MCADOO.
This Dec. Sfitll, inoii.
Bv Virtue of an order of the Sunerior Court of
Randolph County iu the sneeiul nrix'ecdinir en
titled Seth W. Launhlill. Adllir.of Jacob Phris
co. J. M. Chrisco et al. Ex Parte, I w ill, ou the
48th duy f January, lu7,atlS o'clock M sell
to me nignest bidder at public auction, at the
courthouse door in Asheboro, N, C, the follow
ing real etate, to-wit:
1st tract i On the waters of Richland Creek,
Beginning at a rock l.ile and rumiinir thpiw e
North -JO chains to a post oak- thence We-t
chains to a post oak; thence South -Jo chains to
a red oak; thence East ib chains to the begin
ning, containing 50 acres more or less, excepting
acres more or less som on to niiKlns Burrow,
i'nd tract: Ben'iinim: at a nine. Drake's corner.-
thence North on Drake's line AS chains to a sns-
sairas, Trogdon'-; corner; Ihenee Kast on Trog
dou's line 14 chains to a stake, Trogdon -s corner;
thence South on Trogdon's line -M chains to a
stone pile in said Chricso's owu line; thence
West ou said line 14 chains to tho beginning,
coma ning SB acres more or les.
Suid land sold subject to the dower right on
said laud of the widow of the said Jacob Chrisco.
Terms nf Sulci One-half cash and the balance
on a credit of six months, bonds w ith approved
security to lie given for the deferred payment.
NOTICE: LAND ENTRY.
R. H. Dixon has this dav entered the follnwinir
laud In Randolph county, to wit: A tract of
ten acres more or les, in Coleridge township
Randolph county. North Curolinu. Adjoining
the lands of D. N. Slier, A. K. Scotteu, Enter
prise Manufacturing Company and others.
Beginning ou the west bank of Deep River on
line between J. M. Brown und the I). N. Siler
lands, running thence up the various courses of
said river, with the said I). N Siler Mne to old
Mill lord, tnence up said river with the lines of
A. K. Scotten. the Enterprise Maiiufactiiriinr
Company, W. (t. Stout to or right near dam of
Enterprise Maiuifuctiiring Company to where
line of said company's lan 1 reaches west bank
of said river, thence across taid river with line
of said Enterprise MunufaiC rng Company to
East bunk of river near the old '11 ford, thence
down said river its vurious courses with the
lines of Enterprise Mfg. Compnny, J. M.'Cuven
es, J. E. Cole and W. H. Yow to a pint due
east from the beginning. It being the lied of
Deep River, within these boundaries; for which
without objection tiled within thirty duvs from
this date, he will ask for a warrant of siirvev to
tile County Surveyorof Rrudolph l ouutv.
This 1-Jlli dav of Iicceinlier 1!KK
.1. V. RoROl-GHS, Kntrv Taker.
M' 'KTGAGE SALE.
By virtue of a power of snle contained in a
mortgage deed executed by John t.rav to W. N.
Elder on the loth day of Februrarv 1!W, record
ed hi B:sil; lihl page ;." ReicUter of Deeds olllce,
Randolph countv. I will on Mon-luv the 4tlidav
ol Febuury r.ior. ur It! o'clock M sell to the
highest bidder for ca-h a' the court houe door
iu A-helmm. :N. , ihe following described
real estate situate 1 iu Iri.iitv township adjoin.
Ing li e lands of W. D. Lainlnlli and B. ( Fiovd,
and hounded n follows:
1it No. I. he-inning at n stone in W. fi.
Hmkuw's line, thence we-t ill poles to a stone,
thence south :i isiles ton Mime near the road
thence ca-t pole.- to a stone in sawver's line,
thence north Willi said Sawyer's liueMl" pok-s to
a (stiii e i beginning center. . containing 55S
acres more or le-s.
Lot No. S l bounded bv the Wrds nf W. I).
I.amlx-th, Mrs. Ilani ah L iMar. B ('. Klov.l mid
W. ii. Bn.kaw. the same h 'ina the lauds pur
chased of W.G. Brokaw by the mill (iniv con
tabling IS acres more or 1 s.
Tins Dec. 31. l!i, V. N. Elder. Mortgagee.
Having qualified us administrator nf the
estate of Jesse llinshaw according to law notice
is hereby given to all persons holding claims
aeaiust -aid estate to nresent them to the iiinhr.
signed on or before. Dcceitilici inih I'.iir, or tills
notice win oe pleaded in harm their recovery.
ROUT. N. DAVIS. Admr.
This iOth dav of December illoii.
Having qualified us Administrator nn the
cstaleof Miranda Russell, deceas-d, before W.
C. Hamilton 1, Clerk otthe Sii)ierior Court of
Randolph county. I shall sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder fur Cash, ou the premises,
on tile Siuli day of J.inuiry limr, the loilow ing
liersoiial property, to. wit: tine hor e. cow,
hogs, farming implements, household and kitch
en luriiilure and other articles loo tedious to
All persons having claims upninst uM estate
are untitled to present, them to the iindersit i ed,
duly Veiiiied. on or before the lirst dav of Jaiiu-ti-y
l!Kix,or this notice will lx pleaded In bar
of their recovery; and all persons owing said
estate will Ooiuj .ionvarj uud make uiiiiudiutc
This 1st da; of Jauunrv limr.
VY. S. SKEEN, Admr.
Havi"i qualified is Ad'nin'stmtor on the
estate of H. C. I'resiieil, deceased, be fun W. C.
Hammond. Clerk of the supe'lor Court of
Kandn!ih county, I shall sell nt public auction,
lo the hi'.'hes" bidder i.ii I'ash. on the premises,
on the I'lili day of January pi;vr. the following
UTS-ma! property, to w'il: Household aud
kitchen furniture, and other arLiclcs too tedious
All iH-r-ons having claims against -aid esi ite
arc iiniltii-d to pi-cent them to the iimicr-i-ncd
.lldv V.-lilied. op ,.l b, nw the l' l 1 d iv of .lai'.ll
iiry hick, or thi notice will be ph-cled in bar of
their recovery: and a'l i-onsir.vlns" -uid e-i-ite
will come forward and nuke iminediule scile-
s'll.I I III
M. .1. 1'ie
L?CZlMA ajid IHLll CURE
FRl;B Knovvinx: what it was to
suJIcr, I will give ixec of charge, to
any ff!ict,d a po i ivc cure for Ec
zrvr.a, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Piles arJ S'cin Dirzi?:s. Instant
rcli'f. Don't suiier longer, Write
F. T. 4V -:-.:i.iJt-
Av: , fi: r V ')::. vi:'r;; -,?r .2.
Jamea T. forehead Oicar L Sapp
MOREHEAD & SAPP,
Attorneys at Law, Greensboro, N. C. J
Will practice as heretofore in Randolph Co.
in otticeand In communication with all
u nuuuoipu county.
L. M. FOX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Offers hie professional service to the
cltizeus'of Asheboro and aurrounding
community. Offices; At Residence-
Dr. J. V. HUNTER,
PHYSICIAN - AND . SURGEON.
Office Asheboro Drug Co.
Residence Corue, of llain and Wartli
Asheboro, N. O.
Dr. S. A. HENLEY,
Physician - and - Surgeon,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Office over Spoon & IteJding's store near
tandarrl Drug Cc.
A C McALISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
The best companies represented. Office
over the Bank of Randolph.
DR. D. K. LOCKHART,
Asheboro, N. O.
i p. m. to 5 p. m .
I am now in mv office prepared to Dactlce
deucistry iu its various branches.
N. P. COX,
Asheboro, N. C.
W. R. .NEAIi.
Randleman, N. C.
S Brjant, President J. H.Cole, Cashier
BaLiik of Rs.andlemek.n,
Randleman, N. C.
Capital $12,000. Surplus, $5,000.
Accounts received on favorabl
terms. Interest paid on savings de
Directors: W K Hartsell, A N
Bulla, S G Newliu, W T Bryant, 0
L LiiTdsiiy, JTTf TSewITn7 S Bryant,
II 0 Barker and J 11 Cole.
0 R COX, President. W J ARMFIELO, V-Prt
W J ARM FIELD, Jr., Cashier.
The Bank of Randolph,
-.'i.sla.e'boio, 2;T. C
Capital and Surplus,
Total Assets, over
With ample asset, experience and protection
we solicit the business uf the banking public and
feel safe in sayniR we are prepared and willinn
to extend to our customer . e ery facility and ro
2omraodutiou consistent with safe banking.
' Hush Parks. Sr., W J Armfield.w p Wood, P H
Morris, (J C McAlister, K M A l infield, O It Cox,
W F ReddiiiE, Ben) Moltitt, Tho- J Redding, iW
KCapel, A M Rankin, Thos H Redding, Dr TTt
Asbury, C J Cox.
Look Out for Cold
You must wear a hat or at
least you will when you
come to see out new line for
fall and winter wear.
The shapes are varied in
style and color to suit all.
Greatest care taken to give
you a becoming fit.
Mrs. E. T. Bleir, Asheboro. N. 0.
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I li'ickaciie. Ii'sKn.i.yT.I' .. .vi'i Tea In tab
' f- rni, S5 cents a box. i-ei'so made by
'. laiEn Viv.-a Company, Jlua.s.jn, Wis.
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