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for High Poin:. I
The McNeill Mfg. Co. of Fay
etteville! was chartered last week
The object is to manufacture cotton !
J. W. Sowers & Co. is the style
of a new Grocery firm at Tbotnas
Tille. The Times says the boys a't
hustlers for business.
Capt. M. L. Ritchie has given
the "contract for the erection of a
brick block near the postofflce tit
Officers Juo. Farrington ami J.
P. C. Morris, ef the Charlotte Police
force, have been discharged for al
leged use of intoxicants.
Capt. W. R. Hudson, of Rich
mond, the recently appointfd termin
al Superintendent at Salisbury and
Spencer has moved his family to
Spencer and entered upon, his duties.
J. H. Petty, well kno'n met chant,
of High Point, has purchased a'.i
interest in the Alma Furniture (..,
of that plane, and has been elected
secretary aud treasurer.
A thief entered the dressing room
of Wm. Rippey, a comedian
"Aronnd the Clock" Company,
which appeared at a Salisbury
theatre lat week, and relieved him
of $250 in money and an equal
amount in diamonds.
P. O. Fonville who is under ar
rest at Charlotte for being impli
cated with Franc H. Jones, the
defaulting cashier of the Charlotte
flank has been released ou a ?7,oOOToo My . Lefl th. on
bond tor his appearance at tne dune; state Already.
term of tederal court. The Scottish Chief learns that
The State has granted a charter :' 'Archibald Johnson declined a
to the Duffv & Company, of Greens- salary of $2,400 to edit a Daperj ib
boro, to establish and conduct the Texa8 Zl)8 lt was wor one
business capital stock is 10,000 1 thousand dollars extra to live in
authorized, with $1,000 subscribed. ' North Carolina. He is easily one of
The incorporators are Messrs, W. j the mo3t Slfted editors this btate
O. Potter, p. E. Duffy, L. Mosely and bi produneU and this act shows that
D.E.Powell. he is the right sort of ''stuff, rnorto.
Carolina, people ougnt to snow, more
appreciation of such patriots and
thirteen. All white members refneed
co participate in the cDmmencemeut
Capt. T. T. Lovelace, reputed as
an arrogant aud performer of dare
devil fiats is making ascensions at
Norfolk iu a balloon for the purpose
o'f making bird's-eye photcsrraphic
views of Norfolk and the Exposition.
He is making the pictures to be used
in Colhr s Weekly.
RECORD BREAKERS FOR COLD.
Coldest April In Twenty-all Years, Say
According to the weather bureau
records at Washington the month
just closed was the coldest April in
the last twenty-six years, and within
a degree of the coldest April ever
The month was characterized by a
succession of cold spells which
swept southeastward over the north
east Rocky Mountain slope anti
gradually spread southward and
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dansrerous because so decep
deaths are caused
by it heart dis
heart failure or
apoplexy are often
Gov. Glenn pardoned J. Y.
Kincnid, of Gastou county, who was
Sentenced to three years in the 'pen-lt-ntiny
for manslaughter. He
6hot and killed Wm. Brown in Sep
tember, ft few hours after he had
wedded Tviiicaid'a sister. Who had i aud Observer,
a few months previous been betrayed i
by the tn.ir lrei mm. !
'The little, 'own at Oakdale, neari
Pittsburg P t., is terribly excited I
over the re.'.vl of a necro, Roy
Wcwte, a niemier of the graduating
ought to pay them more. They are
the sort of men who have made the
State's character and who are moving
it foi ward on the right hue. Their
worth is '.eyond computation. Nes
Notice is hereby givn that the
Board of Commissioners at truir
meeting on the lirst. Monday in June
1907, will consider the selection of a
the result of kid- ;
ncy disease. If
kidney trouble is !
cd blood' will ai-
eastward over the entire country i Ule i,ia,ider, or the kidneys themselves ;
east of the Rockv Mountains. j break down and waste away cell by cell.
The cold was" almost continuous Bladder troubles almost always result
except for brief intervals of a dny I fro" 7""' , "l,iejJ '
1 . . y. I a cure is obtained quickest lv a pioper
or so of warmer weather, and u j treatment of the kidneys, if you are feel
closes with remaikably low temper- jng badlv vm can make no mistake by
atures in the interior vallevs aud 1 taking lir.' Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
the smirhu'ear " Kreat kidney, liver and Madder remedy,
tne SOUtnweSt. Jt cor..ect imlbiliti. to hM urine and
. scalding pain In passing it, and over-
ATTENTION! We will pay spot Z'tl
CMS!) Iir (.ur hickory timber at ; nn,i lo ,,..t no manv times during the
from 7.00 to $151.00 p;r Cot'.l, j ni-;lit. The mild and the extraordinary
according to Ki'ade. We want it i ; effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
20 :J0 and ',? inch Wilis We ! u sUl,,ls the h1'1 f,,r. hs wonderiul
i tt 1 ,5) Ult'1. IH'ns. i cures of the liiostdisiressin -cases.
Will al-o buy your white - t-nk ill '2b Swmiip-Root is pleasant to take and is
and 30 inch lengths and pay you the) sold by all drugx'su in fifty-cent ami
top of 'he tn:ir!.et. pric . " I one-dollar size bottles. Von may have a
Aeh-lmr.i V hH.-.t-. V- M r.r f'. samine iwiuc ui ...... v.
DeWitt Owen, siu of '. L. Owen,
t'.OW of IhoillHM ll't, llllt. wh fill1-
tuvv read, juiiiuuia.
Late Seed Potatoes,
Crimson Clover, etc.
Wood's Crop Special, giving
prices and timely information a
bout Seeds that can be planted to
advantage and profit at dill'erent
seasons of the year, mailed free on
A T. W. WOOD & SONS,
cla-. of the. 'High School then who! ut'w s'tu for t,,p county court li
.a nam.! k.i -Winrnriii lan ! and jail. J. P. BoitoCOHS,
of his high jrcMitHg- in a class of 1 This April 2T, 1907. Oik. to B'd.
coverv and a oook inai u-..s a.i aix-.i
both sent free bv mail. Aiidress, 1 'r. Kil
mer & Co., llin.uliamtoii. X. V. 'hen
writim; mention reaiiii!X this generous
merlv lived Hi TlililtV township this 5 ofTer in this paper. In.n t make any
,m"t., K.ll,- "m 1,1 I mistake, but reintnii ertne name. hwanip-co-mty
aaa badly snalded one dav R(oti KilK.r-s Swamp-R.-ot, and the
l ts,ee ai r-pe..cer wnere ne was ' address, Linghumton, Y., ou every
at work. bottle.
CURES i SKI?S
ACIDITY HMDAI UK AtftU bj
rtnjuviug the cause. lUcttti. '
Contest Just Starting-Aspirants Should Begin
There are great things in store for friends of THE COURIER in this and adjoining counties during the next
twelve weeks. Every ' young lady wants a piano, or, if they do not care for that, they surely want to go to
Jamestown. THE COURIER will send you.
15he Courier Will Distribute $4,000 in Awards
August 1, 1907.
The first prize, to the young lady receiving the
highest number of votes during the contest, is a hand-i
some No. 16 Kimball Piano, valued at $400.00. j
The second prize is a certificate, valued at $150.00
on the purchase price ol a new Kimball Piano.
THE COURIER has also arranged for two scholarships
in King's Business College at Raleigh, and two other schol- j
arships in two of the best schools of the State, to be award-!
ed to the four next highest. These scholarships will be j
worth hundreds of dollars to the winner who takes the course
Erescribed for them, and should be an inspiration to work j
arder for the Grand Prize. These scholarships will he
given to the young ladie3 receiving the third, fourth, fifth j
and sixth highest number of votes during the contest.
To each of the four next highest we will give PIANO I
CERTIFICATES valued at 1100 each in payment for a piano j
bought at one of the stores of dealers in Kimball pianos. To
the next two NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, valued at
$35-00 each. To the two next highest Ladies' Gold Hunting
Case Watches, warranted for 20 years and valued at 125.00 1
each. To the next four we will give Piano Certificates, val
ued at $75.00 each and to the next 45 Piano Certificates, val-)
ed at $50.00 each at any of the Dealers' Stores. This is the i
greatest contest ever put on by a weekly newspaper in the
South, and the awards are just as presented. We expect, :
between this and August 4th, to add several thousand names I
to our subscription list or we could not arrange this con- j
test upon such a mammouth plan.
Ir. order to equaliza cornpstiucm in the field THE
COURIER has divided the districts proportionately
so that each may be represented.
The districts arid the number from each district
are given below.
Our plan is to take the young ladies receiving the larg
est vote in the districts arranged as given below as guests
of THE COURIER.
t STKICT NO. 1. Asheboro and all of the territory
m K"ph Purity west of the old plank road: i Trips.
DISTRICT NO. 2. All of Randolph fcur.ty ecst of the
old plank road: 4 Trips.
, DISTRICT NO. 3. Moore and Montgomery counties:
DISTRICT NO. 4. -Davidson and Guilford counties:
: 1 Trip. ,
Persons winning these trips are not eligible for any of
? ther prizes, and the young ladies winning the Piano,
$lo0 Piano certificate, or the scholarships are not eligible for
one of the Jamestown trips.
! The management has decided to increase the number of
; ministers to join the Jamestown party to six. We believe
this i to be moie fair on account of the number of ministers
m ih?JLrXtory- The districts are divided as follows:
DISTRICT NO. 1. -Randolph county, three.
O- 2 Montgomery and Moore counties, one.
NO. 3 Davidson county, one.
No- 4. Anywhere except the territory embraced in the
foregoing territory, one.
There is a great deal to be gained in a contest of this kind, both in pleasure and in experience, and those who
enter now will stand a fine chance to win because of the early start. Get your friends interested in the contest,
solicit theiir aid, and you will be surprised to see how rapidly the votes roll up. The first announcement of the
names of the candidates and the number of votes each has appears in another column.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS
I THE COURIER, Contest, JDeot,.
Asheboro, N. G