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The Asheboro Courier
Asheboro, N. C. May 23, 1907.
Local and Personal.
R. R. Ross has gone west to buy
horses and mules.
Carl Steed, of Steeds, wa3 here
on business Tuesday.
J. U. Cox spent a part of last week
Miss Callie Auraim spent a part
of last week at Elise.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Slack spent
Sunday at Greensboro.
Miss Eulah Hayes, of Randleman,
is visiting Miss Blanche Reams.
W. A. Underwood, of lit ndlernan
spent a partot Monday and Tuesday
Allen Ridge a respected citizen of
Concord township, died last week,
and was buried at Hoover's Grove.
Mrs. M. L. Davis aud danghterf,
Misses Annie aud Maggie are spend
ing some time at Jackson Springs.
Gr-.'eusboro district conference
meets at Liberty cn Thursday before
the fifth f uuday in June and em
braces the iifth Suuday.
Mr. Daniel F. Allred has been ap
pointed postmaster at Cedar Falls,
Raudolph county, vice Mr. K. C.
Remember that the winners in
our Jamestown Contest shall have
the light to i ne a proxy if u .
able to attend t lemselves.
Mr. limit':. .1 Pounds, who has
lived at Ashtt'oro for seveial years,
has imm J back to his old home at
The Home Building and Material
Company is building an addition
to their shop aud installing addition
Mis3 Minnie Hoover spent Sunday
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Hoover, returniug to
A new R. F. D. mail route has
(been established from Caraway
with George Miller as carrier. The
patrous of the route received their
fi st service last Thursday.
Col. J. E. Walker offers his resi
dence on Salisbury Street for sale.
He has recently made many improv
ments on the premises, among others
he has put in electric lights.
E. G. Morris has purchased a lot
on North Street, opposite the
Asheboro Grocery Company building
from Jno. Ward. The lot is132 x
The trips to Jamestown are not
11 that are worth working for in
our contest. The trips are only a
email part of the cost of our contett
There are still many people in
this county and section who do not
take the Courier. Our purpose is
to put the Courier in every home
in the county, and in thi section of
The body of C. L. Duun, the
Southern trainman who was drowned
in Deep River near Cumnock, Chat
ham county, was found last week.
The body was interred at the home
of his parents at Gray's Chapel.
Rev. W. E. Swain and son John,
spent Tuesday at Greensboro with
Mrs. Swain who is at St. Leo's
Hospital. Her friends will be glad
to know that she is improving
J. T. Hedrick, president of the
Lexington Wholesale Giocery Co.,
was elected a trustee for three years
of Catawba College at Newton, by
the Classis of Reformed church at
its recent session.
A company of Asheboro business
men bave organized a company to do
a general mercantile business at
Broadway, Moore County. They are
just completing a large store build
in? there. The incorporators are
WJ. Scarboro, W. J. Miller, and
The biggest thing this summer
is the Jamestown Exposition.
Every bedy will be headed in that
direc ion. On opportunity to see
this show absolutely free of charge
should not escape your attention.
Every nation in the world will be
represented there and a week spent
on the grounds will be worth much
as an educator.
Business men in Asheboro have
been notified that a Sunday passen
ger and mail service will be put cn
between Asheboro and High Point
at once. Though no instructions
have been received it is learned that
the new train will be put on Sunday.
It will connect at High Point with
mam line No. 3G, going north and
returning take passengers from No.
7, from the north.
Mrs. C. C. McAli8ter is a guest of
friends at Kaleigh.
Dr. C. C. Hubbard of Worthville
was in Asheboro Tuesday.
Miss Eulah Hayes returned to her
home at Rindleman Tuesday.
Asheboro is well represented at
Why Not today.
Dr. Moore is preparing to remodel
his residence on FayetteviUe Street.
Mis Edith Moring; has returned
from Statesville where she spent the
Mrs. R. I. Dickens and little son,
Bright, spent last week in Davidson
Miss May Dickens is spending a
few days in Randleman visiting
The Randolph book Club will
meet with Mrs W. 11. Moring this
Mrs Reynolds, of Okeeweemee, ia
visiting her daughter, Mrs A. Au
man. The Miihodest Protestant Sunday
8c.h)'l will be Riven its annual out
ing May 30th.
A numberof young people of Ashe
boro attended the entertainment at
Franklinville Saturday nigbt.
C. L. Holton. of this place, will
deliver the address at the closing ex
ercises of Why Not Academy today.
Miss Blauche Kearns entertained
a few friends Monday evening in
honor of Miss Hayes, of Randleman.
Dr. D. K. Lockhart is spending
the week in Richmond, attending
the University College of Medicine
Jno. M. Belts, who has been
spending a few days at Raleigh with
his daughter, Miss Marietta, who is
attending King's Business College,
returned home this week.
Miss Eula Adams, of Greensboro
spent Tuesday in Aaheboo, in the
mterestot the Industrial JNews. brie
is a leader among the contestants for
the auto offered by the News.
Rev. J. W. Ingle of Farmer is
assisting Rev. R. E. Melton in a
series of meeting at Central halls
this week. Much interest is being
manifested in the sevices.
Mrs. Fletcher Cox, of Cedar Ffdls,
it on a visit to her mother, Mrs. W.
P. Pickett, who has been quite ill
at her home. Messrs. John ami
Penn Pickett are also at home
from Oak Ridge Institute. Enter
pise. In another column Mr. J. E.
Walker is offering his residence prop
erty on Salisbury street for sale
Mr. Walker has recently made ex
tensive improvements on the proper
ty and buildings, making it very de
sirable. The election on a $5,000 bond
issue for the Graded School will be
held in Asheboro Tuesday May 28th.
All who ! are registered and do
not vote will be counted aginst it
The poll will be open at the court
Prof. J. M. Way lef t yesterday for
Georgetown S. C, to attend a meet
ing of the Sunday School convention.
Mr. Way has been invited to address
the body. From Georgetown he will
go to Columbia to be present at a
meeting of the South Carolina Asso
ciation. Prof. Way will leturn
E. N. Farlow, ofjCaraway, return
eb to Charthage Tuesday after
spending a day or two at home,
Mr. Fallow is employed at the Spen
cer saw mill near Carthage. A new
mill has been installed where one of
the two mills operated by Air.
Spencer was destroyed by fire recent
ly. The new mill was put in oper
Miss Alice Cox, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. N. C. Cox, and W. E.
Hall were married at the home of
the bride's parents here Sunday
May 12. Rev. W. E. Swain
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Hall are
popular' among a large circle of
friends who wish them much
During the month of May we are
giving a generous clubbing offer to
all new paid in advance yearly sub
scriptions to the Courier and to all
subscribers who pay up and pay a
year in advance. The Premium
publications are never given except
when requested. In making remit
tances always state whether the
clubbing offer is desired, and then
if the papers are not received in a
reasonable length of time write us
calling attention to the matter. .Do
not wait until the year is out to
complain but help us to correct any
O&Tmboi miosis Hospital l.cratcil.
The directors of the Tuberculosis
Hospital, provided for by the last
legislature, have purchased of Mr.
Clark L. Allred of Bensalem his
large farm of upwards of 800 acres
at the price of $5,000.
THE COURIER TO BE ENLARGED AND TO
COVER A WIDER FIELD.
The Courier has arranged to pub
lish in each issue an article prepar
ed for The Courier on Home live pol
itical, educational or other matter
of interest to the people of the
The first article was writteu by
Mr. H. P. Gner, Statesville's new
Mayor. Mr. Grier told of the meth
ods of the Southern Bell Telephone
Company, in its efforts to freeze out
and crush the independent compa
nies and farmars' lines ;they at first
made the price low and after clear
ing the field of opposition taised the
pricf to an exhcrbitntlv high rate.
In thi S3 e of the Courie Mr.
J. W. Bailey, one of the brightest
and ablest young men iu the State
will write interestingly on inde
pendenee in politics. Prof. Joyner
has prepared an article ou the need
of local taxation for public educa
tion. He write? well and tells of
the popularity and success of it in
North Carolina; gives instances of
some of its benefits and what it is
and how to get it.
Prof. J. Allen Holt is preparing
an article pti "Independence in
Politics as it is understood in North
Governor Glenn will write more
than one article which will be pub
lished within the next few weeks.
Hon. R. N. Page has promised
to favor us with an article on a mat
ter of public intervst.
Hon. E. J. Justice will be
There are a dozen more promi
nent North Carolinians who have
been requested to prepare special ar
ticles for the Courier and have
promised to do so.
While the Courier will continue
to publish all the local news it can
get, yet the paper is to occupy a
broader and wider field. The size
of the paper will be increased from
an eight page to a ten and twelve
page paper each week. J
An effort will be made to put the
paper in as many homes as possi
ble especially in that great section
of our State known as Cential or
Middle North Carolina, including a
pozen or more of the most pro
greisive counties in the State.
We have recently purchased the
largest and best Twentieth Century
Eclipse Newspaper Folder, and add
ed, new type. In the 10b depart
ment we have added another large
press ana dany fonts of type.
In our job department we are
equipped with the best up to date
The price of the Courier is $1,00
a yeir in advance. See our list of
premiums we are giving iu an effoit
to increase our circulation.
The Courier has been under the
present management for sixteen
years. The paper has grown all
the while and is increasing in cir
culation. We now have subscribers
in many counties and in other
Send us your own subscription
and that of your neighbor and
Yours very truly,
Asheboro, N. C.
We want to send a number of
ladies ard ministers to the James
town Exposition from North Caro
lina, during the week beginning
August 12. See your friends please
and send ustheir names.
If you do not want to enter our
Piano and Jamestown Contest, hut.
would like to have a good sewing
machine or go to Jamestown free,
if you will write us we will tell vou
how to get it.
Our free trios to Jamestown in
cludes Pullman fare, entrance to
Exposition grounds, board and all
necessarv exDensea for th five rinvn
Arrangement Made for 8erlea of Enter
talnmeiitii ThU Fall.
Arrangements have been made for
a series of high class entertainments
for Asheboro this fall the project
was suggested by the excellent ac
commodation to be afforded by the
auditorium in the new school build
ing and a few of our enterprising
young men have organized a Lyce
um Association. The attractions
arranged, the tint to be given in
October are as follows:
The Days, Impersonations, Music,
Ross Crane, Cartoonist.
LaBelle Concert Co.
Asheboro has needed something
of this character for some time, and
the young men of the association
are to be congratulated upon their
selection of attractions, which will
be accorded liberal patronage by
Send Us Your Job Work.
The Courier Job Office prints
everything yu want. Our work
speaks for itself; out prices please
our patronB. We have experienced
woikmen. We use good stationery.
Call to see us when iu town and let
us show you through our stock and
see our outfit. We can serve you
well. If you want the finest and
best commercial printing we can do
it for you; if you want good work at
moderate cost, this is the p ace.
An I'lrror Corrected.
Eagle Springs, May 16, 11)05.
It is noticed in vour paper of to
day's issue an article headed "a lit
tle romance." Le.me inform you
that Miss Annie Kelly gave L. N.
Latimer a promise of marriage while
he was visiting Eagle Springs more
than a year ago.
Plense print this to correct an
L. N. Latimkh.
A little Kodol taken occasionally, espe
cially nfler eating, will relieve sour stomach,
lielehing and heart Inn n. .1. B. Junes, New
port, Tenn. writes: "1 am sure three one
dollar doll Iks of your Kodol positively cured
ie oT dyspejisia, and I can recommend it -thal
was three years ago and I linven't licet)
bothered since with ii." Kodol is guaranteed
to give relief. Sold ly Standard liug Co.
and Asheboro Drug Do.
Memorial services will lie held at I'nion
drove Christian Church ou ihe 1st Sunday
in June. The public are cordially invited
to attend, especially those having loved ours
resting there. Friends who can bring Mow
ers will please write tne, thereby aiding the
eommiltec on decoration
It. L. Wtl.l.l "MsOll
i Vt illou brook st reel,
Artists have no trouble in securing models,
The famous beauties have discarded corsets
and have become models in face and form
since taking liollistoj's ;l!ocky Mountain
tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets.
Kameeur Drug Co-
RANDLEMAN ON THE UP-LIFT.
Power Plant Will be Kstablisheil and
Prospect Xow Arises l'or Klertrlc
I J ne to;reensboro.
Mr. J. R. Lutterloh, of Randle
man, is telling today of the strides
Randleman i making and is soon to
make, on a greater scale. This
gentleman sets forth lhat a light and
power pla it will be establishad with
splendid equipment, and that the
people of the place are ready to
back it and patronize it mightily.
Water power will be used for gen
erating motive power for the various
mills and manufacturing establish
ments. Mr. Lutterloh is also
authority for the announcement
that a party of capitalists from the
outside will build an eclectric car
line to be operated from Rand. man
to Greensboro. There has been no
subscription to any capital stok as
yet, but he feels sure from the state
ments of those who are intrested that
such a step will be taken at anearly
Died at the residence of her son J. W
Pufc'h Ksq. near Gray's Chapel, on April in. 1HO?,
Mrs. Keziah Puijh aged 85 vears unit IB days
sine has 6 living children), w., S. K. and
T. K. Pugh of Providence and A. S, PurIi of
Grant tow nship and Mrs J. A. Kouth of Gray's
Chapel and Mrs. J. W. Cox of Stalny. i
She has 82 living grand children and 5S (treat
She was a member of the Methodist Protrstaut
Church for over (13 years, was a R-ood neighbor
aud a true christian. Her Christiunity was
both demonstrated In the church and in the
sickroom. Her whole life was one of love for
fer neighbors and her Gxl. She was a sister
of the lute Rev. A. W. Llneherry. she has two
living brothers In Indiana; Klwood and the Kev.
Wamuel IJueberry. The Itev. Watson Liiieben v
who has been president of the Indiana Confer
ence for several.yenrs was her nephew. Hhe has
(ought the good tight and kept the faith and no
doubt is now with the saints in paradise.
W. s. L.
Notice Inserted under this head at one
oertt a word each Insertion.
Edison Phonograph ate the best. Re
inembpr that we sell them as cheap a- any
body iu the United States and that you save
two dollars express charges when you buy
from us. We can supply any records you
want on short notice. Asheboro Ilium Co.
r'reslt drugs of the highest quality are
what we keep, thev are reliable and' have
the surest elTect. tiring your prescriptions
to us. Asheboro I'rug Co.
We keep all the magaincs, have a lot of
new books, just the tiling for summer. Come
look over our Circulating Library. Ashe
boro I M ti' Co.
tlmi ii! Julian
others, minors i,y iiani- gnai'iiini.s, Kmrrv ii.
l.a-siter. Vx Parte'. I siiull nl iln-eoini house
door in AiielMo, Norm Carolina at 1J oYlo.-k
M.on l .inilar the Mill day of June lim;, Hie
f dl i tv.n real estate viz; laying ami licjng in
CoucMiil . ',v n-1 n .. in i-aid count) melon I'uliar
rle r;-.vr and Ivmuiiinu on tlic.lnihk of t'u lian ic
For Sale A hue lot of field Peas a 11' t'O
per. bn. Apply tn S. A Cox Pisgah, N. C.
degveiseasi polo ton common black
near an old load throicdi tin- Urn I. ilieine SO
degrees north VO pules to u black onk. cornel,
llicneceasl .Wdcuiees' norm 1:1 polos o a wnite
oak thence eut ii devices, north mi polisto
Noah Kuan's line, llience el(i."i degrees, noiili
ou said line SU poles mil mrk. roi'iirr. them e
south u N'onh Hush's corner rock, I p iles, I hence
west ou said Hush's line tu the l'w hariie river,
thence clown said river it.- various courses to the
beginning containing 75 acres more or less.
Terms of 8ule one-half cash and one half In
six months deferred payment to lie on interest
from date. Title reserved until payment cv
all of the purchase money, the puiehieer
have the option to pav all cash mid Hiked e I.
Tins .Maich lHih
Morehe.id and Sapp. Attorneys
K.C. 1STKK, Commissioner.
The effect of malaria lasts a long time. jj
You catch cold easily or become run- O
down because of the after effects of malaria. 1Q1
Strengthen vourself with Jrii,i,'.r O
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A It builds new blood and tones up your nervous X
Q ALL DRUCCISTSj BOo. AND $1.00. X
SPRING - SUMMER
WE ANNOUNCE A COMPLETE SHOWING
OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS.
We lee! ns-nre.l that ti e wonderful opportunities alTorded bv this display will be
appreciated by those seeking high class Dry Goods at popular prices. The origi
nality of styles, the completeness of assortments, the exclusiveness of fabrics, and
attractiveness of prices make our display of superior merit.
This spring excels all others in its great nnmler of daintv designs in Silks
Dress (ioods, including all kinds Lawns and Wash Goods, We have just come
from the New York marke's i.ud have the prettiest line of goods it has ever lieen
our pleasure footer And, le' ns insist on our friends and patrons coming
early lo purchase th. ir sprii g , unlit, as many of our prettiest patterns cannot lie
:jli in Ulack TalTeta t .l.0'
.''.Ii in Black TalTeta i 1
.'ill in Pcaii-de Soi A! I'.'i
China in wl ile. black and colors.
Silk Gloves for l.au:-'-. black and
white, sj 1 OH anil I
Linen Lawn 2"i to " I On
White Linen Jo. I'd i'.", is.
Persian 1 L'.Vn.
Anything in bibbon-.
Wasl. Goods. Law,-.
Percales ami Giinjiu:n
I'uibrell is iu black, while and fancv
Our shoe line is fid', and complete,
consis'ingof White Oxfords for ladies
and children. We also carry full
line ladies' and children's Shoes and
Oxfords in the Hamilton Brown lie.
Queen Quality, for Ladies
' We have full line
King Bee. King Quality,
and Society King
Shoes and Oxfords for men at prices
to suit all.
Don't Delay Seeing Our Large
and Superb Showing of Spring
Men who know GOOD Clothing; and
its line points men who want to keep up
to the latest style come to us for their
clothing, knowinc that here they can al
ways get precisely what they want at the
price they wish to pay. The growing
business of this store best attests the in
trinsic merit of the appeal. We sell the
'( which is so smart in style and workman-
snip that it keeps the custom tailors
awake at night wondering how to hold
We also keep on hand line line samples
from which we can take your measure for
any special suit from $13.50 to $40.00.
Mr. Will Coflin has charge of same and
will guarantee perfect fit and satisfaction
or money refunded.
Spring Cravats 25, 50, Tools.
Spring Shirts Madras and Percales, 50c,
$1.0(, and $1.50.
Full line Spring Hats, Derbys, Soft Felt
and all styles in Straw goods.
Panamas for ment at $5.00
Our line of fnrninire is mostly shown on second floor. We carry in stock
Oak Suits from (Ml to $.")0. (10 and are agents for the Highs Goods. We
have side I km ids from $ LS to $:!.". ( hid Dresser from $4.0(1 to $12.00. Iron
Beds, Springs, Ma ties-es. Lounges, ('ouches, any kind of Chairs, Extension
Dining Tables, Center Tables, I'arlor Suits $25 to $45. Carpets, Rugs, Drug
gets, Matting- and Gil Chi Ms. You should come and see our new spring Mat
ling just o)ened and pi iceil very low. In fact we want yon to come and take a
look. We are doing our ery best to suit all who come, in style and price and
we promise yon the be-t aiieuiioii a id will not charge you for looking.
WOOD & MORING,
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Randolph Hardware Coy
now have their stock complete. They carry
a larsje stock of
BUGGIES, SURRIES, ETC.,
Syracuse and Imperial Plows,
and everything a farmer may need. It will be to your in
terest to visit our store. 1
RANDOLPH HARDWARE CO..
Opposite G. W. Elliott's New Store,
Randleman. N. C.