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MOST TRAGIC DEATH NEAR
Mr. Helms I'alN I'loni Drill and (iotliex
Catch in Teeth.
Charlotte, July 11. One of the
moat tragic deaths which has occur
red in this couutv for years wtis
that to-dav of Mr. T. K. Helms, of
;j omiron townsiup. unsi evening
I while driving a wheat drill to the
t place of Mr. Crosbit, the mule to
the machine became frightened and
?$ ran away. Helms fell uner the
f wheels and as the teeth of the drill
it- padsed over him. his clothes were
caught and he was dragged over a
mile, while the auimal was ruuuing
at break neck speed, lie was uu
couhcious but regained his senses
long enough this morning to speak
;. to euch member cf his family. He
survived only a short time after
MEDLEY OF RELATIONS.
: A Whii In Chatham County Married the
Wlilow of Ills Sun.
i Did you ever hear of a man mar
rying the widow of his son? There
5s a man in this county who married
T his deceased son's widow, and is the
? -i . i c t - jl:i.i
ISucb. a marriage brings about a
'uieJley of mixed kinship. For in
stance, the children of such a mar
sjnage are the uncles and autjts of
f their half brothers and sisters.
Ir. T.th Caviness Stabbed by Drunken
? Dr. Zeb Caveness, a promin nt
-bhyBician of Wakefield, Wake co jnfy
yaa seriously cut Thursday mom
Jni? .Tnlv 11 hv a drunken imiuter.
!0D ... ' . . .
;lJr. Uavenes was apprtacbeu by tne
'fellow, who asked in his drunken
V-rai'.e, it tne doctor was the painter s
friend. The reply was that the
octor supposed he was. Then the
Mellow drew a kuife with an oath and
declaration that the doctor was uot
IPs menu, ana inuicteu a long
pound across Dr. Caveness' abdo-
"i -Dr. Caveness is a native of Kan
ftolph county, a son of Mr. Isaac
iOiweuess and is a tine physician, en
yirg a large and lucrative practice.
H i"J reserve your gox timber. Cut
p w 2 your trees that show signs of
ky; but be careful not to let them
l ui ,od tne young trees. oucn was
h le aflvice given by a well-known
Hjjcarinmberniaii. The old tree can
fel BnWed up and marketed, and the
f Ann will mature in due time when
Vae timber becomes more valuable.
le atteutiou giveu tne snruos and
ung irees now will determine the
Ipply of the future, borne farmers
10 are cutting uowu ceuar trees ana
wilding ordinary fences therefrom
Jl find a lew years Hence that the
lar Wees thus destroyed would
ifijve become more valuable than the
aid itself. Choice timber is giow
ng scarce, and walnut, oak, cedar
,nd other timbers used for veneering
re made to bring from $20 to $50
r thousand feet. Let. us look to
ie growing forests. --Stanly Enter-
V On The M ar Path.
ee admission to the following
actions at the Jamestown Ex po
rta will be furnished to all mem
t of The Courier Contest parties:
flattie of Merrimac and Monitor.
IJattle of Gettysburg.
Battle of Manassas.
Ierrari's Wild Auimal Show,
Congress of Beauties,
cfcbadow of tlv Cross.
Florida Ostrich rami.
IXa Oide Theatre.
'hilliphine Kesei vation.
'anl Uevere's Hide,
'e exitect within the next f-w
k to make arrangements to lake'
parly into all the attractions of;
War Path. Carefully clip tin-:
3fc as they are published and pr'
r.Vf tiiein so vou will n;t nnsi .-
at'.v of tliem.
linnci F.i-si-ll, llio liltli- ilan-lilfi- of M:.
LMis W. 1!. t'ux. ilinl V,,,.s,!av,
L'filh anil was Ii'IhIitIv laid In irst in i,c
chmvh i-i-iiifterv Tlimxl v, l'ev. ('.
lioil conducting the funoial service, Sin'
lliirteen months mid L'O dava old.
flother little nnpel is in heaven, l.iille
I caiinot eoino to us Imt we we can no
blessed thouglit, only separated lor a
r jile then vou onn meet her on the
rnauks of Sweet Deliverance. Utile
pl'9 8one! 'ier b'de face and loving
Bfr will see n more. Her spirit has
W back to t lie blessed Savior who pave
: lier tender childlike words ciulitiL'.
;lb'J)par, no mortf on earth is heard. No
t.wi she call Papa in accents kind and
'ihe has gone to a better clime wheie
f ahd suffering never I comes, there to
itb Jesus. Then call her, call her not
Littleton Female College
Sfll.-I.i..i I Irati"
oilier modem ii!iiro
H'lii)lnrslu), i-ni: i ! iv
iiml s n
in! .1 -vV
'"ii wiii lie-in on S'pt. IStli, 1 0' 7 . For i-uiu'omie, uA Itwt
REV. J. M. RHODES. President. Littleton. S. C.
Contest Closes July 31, 1907.
J Charles Krider, a voting man liv-
To Hv..iJ mi-.v ..-wiiHHrsn.ndH..; fiwt ix pti. s mentioned above. The I m? Ht L1exinftto!1 mysteriously dis
, ... . I . ,. I appeared some itiue ago and foul
about thf iirmi'iiHHiHrit f the pi-i...u iIimtt's .-hv shown in the big advet- puv j8 suspected
to be awarded ;ic the close of the con-i tisi'io-i t on the thi d v-dat of this c i-
. . . 1 . .. n:.i.:: . becr?t..ry I. Iv. Brewer, of the
iw, auuh ih i.-wt, c ruuiuuir.
the list below.
The iipiinl pi '
ball piano, 'o tli
who secures the
vo'es duriiij the
m a .j4 Kim-
iurzext u umber of
''he 'itxt is a fl.O i,iMir certifi
cate, wiirrb its fa-- v.Ineui pait pav-
ment of a n-w pi,t:M of ;iie Kimball i
The third and
fmrrh pr'.es are !
Ki ia's r-iisitieiis ;
Th rir'tli mid
l'l' ; in the,
sr:ife, oil en to the
i I'.-i1-' rile inxt
College ' U ile'i'' .
sixth piizej ir-H s 'i
best schools in the s
two persons ''o
These are the
d ie.. Then
i 'i Kxpi'iMon
::i"otv i.e.! to
. come the .) t::-
! To ei:ili.e t"'e
; give every seerion n
j ptest'iitc''. in t h- p-i
ranged tin' tn;-f p
' districts. the irr):,
i 'l.iiice to tt' v
we have nr
f e following
: -i; the l;irg !
i i-r. will be '
m: o:i. of ti..- '
est Vote in e:u.'h '
awarded the t:-i:.
that they haw n :
Our townsma:: V
brought to this otTii
dozer, onic-ns w'rich r:;
at VI pounds, niaki:-.!
i the scales
Olie pOUIHl e.n-u. i ;iee (In Mils
were grown in M:-. Cobie's garden
in KantUeman. aim neither barn
yard manure, oi uotii'iietvial ferttl
izers were used in their cu'tivntion,
who can beat this. Centr.il North
Mrs. J. A. K-Iiy iiil at ii- r home
in Troy on Monday night July Sch.
It was a good example that our
uiai our '
men set before our- tmvs o
HI the 4th.
The boys were shown
' . ,
can be real pleasure and
without whiskey drinking and row
dyiBm. Boys, remeni!)er July 4th
ft J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wlnston-Saltm;
Hut water Ii-m
u-'iiw '.'I'l limnling pupils last veur. Mi'i taridai,l "1
i! sorial lit'-. C i iMHi-v-;iiorv ii'Ivu'itajr -s in tnusi,.. .VI-
.i. l l ii n. Bum.i-h'h. C.i!h. ;i!p ami X.irm..;
n it urp-i-s ' I. I 'I. wm ii'riiul attention i.i tli-- li-ai'ti
'. ur'i pupil. I ii i I". worn hi all pililir Oiv.isi
l'l e e.enteenth to the twentieth
t.liinvv will each be awarded a
piano certiHea valued at $100.
ThM twenn-Hist. ami w.tv-
second each a New II 'tn Champion
.-win , hine.
Th t enty-third ami tw-n'v-fourth
highest will be awarded lad-
fourth highest will be awarde.l lad -
ies' hunting case :old watch-s,
warranted fr 20 vturs. an J vahitd
at $2o.OO. j
To the tiet four piano ci-rt fic ateji
valued at j?5 each.
Tln-n there titv forr.v-tiv cei'iti-;
uctes va'tted ut tirn dnPars e ,(h fir.
thi"e i.el.i'.v the t'.veir eiii'im.
IVrS'ns wio win the i ce: tiii-
o-iteij 0f 0,e iiiiiiilr.; J :ii;d tifrv dol
lais. or th- fun'- one hu'idre 1 dollar
"enitieire. in- ti,e scholarships who
liesife to do !o may exchuiu; tinrti)
fm either a sewing machine or a
In'li irold watch.
We have arranged to seen i some
sevin machines and watches for
this special purpose, so that ewiy
one in .v be satisfied.
One of our oiliest cttiz-'iis remark
ed. the day after tin- -t'h '! von
stipm-e e could have had a-iv such
itooi! order here if flie "W-ttts Law"
had nor, lieeii i foree?" We :i'-e
bon i-il t.o,iiiwer, no. W'lii'e it uiav
not b perfei-r, the "V
a r.-ar. benefit to our
ts Law" is
Central North Carolinian.
Sp -cial attorney, MoKeynolds, has
ti ed a petition in the United States
Court in New York, with the ulti
mate object of asking for a receiver
e , . .:., '..i1..,,1. ,.,.,.
ii l . ;'
t S L-iipii-y at... ur.ruir
I lie jri-und jii v, ot W'tiKe CtU'ltV, The onthem Hallway will allonl excel
h.lS fofllled a true bill against l'r. 'p"t I'l'engcr service to and from Norfolk
and Mrs. Rowland for murder. on UW01"" "f tl", 'c"sil,-
IT WILL TELL YOU
other sort of chewing tobacco. It
II also show you ' why there are
chewers, and more
tobacco chewed, to the population in
States where "Schnapps" Tobac-
as first sold, than there are in the
where "Schnapps" has . not v yet
to the trade.
My Hair is
Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
genuine hair-food you can
buy. It gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save what
hair you have, and get more,
too. And it keeps the scalp
clean and healthy.
The best hind of a testimonial
' Sold tor over sixty years."
Mada t7 J. C. Aj Co., Lowell. Maa.
Alw munufaoturora of
iters CHEriRV PECTORAL.
gtate Depurtment of hnmicrmMO..
I will go to Europe and give a series
I of illustrated lectures with theohjct
j inducing immigration to this
"ate' Hf wl 11 "1'1'O'nt agents
at many places,
I , ,
I -?b?ut ? P'lre either killed
ocuuuoiy nijuieu oy me conapse
of Bridffeman Brother's bisr nine fan.
! t )ry at Philadelphia Wednesday of
Helps the Wagon up
The load seems lighter Wagon
and team wear longer Vou make
more money, anj have more time
to make money, when wheels are
Mica Axle Grease
The longest wearing and most
satisfactory lubricant in the -.vorld.
STANDARD Oil. CO.
') , it n In I Kxixislll.iu.
April :r,i)i ..,. :ioiii
1 lie r.ii'lieivi ;,',l!v :i:il enure extreme
ly i, .-,v nit" 1 1 N, ii'i ,1k. Va . ami return mi
a.'-'untel'iheii!,. nceai,n. The follmv
iiiu rout:.! trip ra'e will apply Im-n Alie-
1 10 I'll.
ixty Pay Tii-'-eis
Fifteen Pav '1'ieketn
Coach F.Xi iirsion Tickets. . . .
n n"h Kxt'iiri"ii Tickets will lie soM on
each Tuesi In. v, wi ill limit seven davs frnui
ilate of sale, will lie stumped "Nnt I!
Plllmi or Parlor ears Otl.er ti.-M- will
lie sold daily April liith to x..v. ;'t!i in-
more than; any
IE?o P. P, 0
(Prickly Ask, Pok
MAK83 PQ8ITIT1 CURES
PhnMaai mdom T. P. ft u ipko. ra vfll n(la l.th and Mnoftk.
M MbloaMoa, ul praoclW a witk WuU f Mirrr ud all in raoltu
irwt HtMaoUaa tor Ua mum a! 4ll litm (rartuiBi tha ijitau ara aond bf
far mi and fkaaa ot Primary Saaaaduj bV aaa of p. p. p.
and T.rtlarr SypWlia, ajphUitta EKas- Ladlai wkoaa iratama ara polionad and
utfcm, Sarofolou Clean and gorai, whoM Mood If laaBlmparaeoaditloa da
Slaadalar Swalllnga, Rhaamattim, KtO aaaaaa. to aMartnal ImrvUritlM ara paeullarlr
aar ComplainU, Old Chronla Uleara thai WllB iaaafllad kj tha wondarfoi toaia aod
SYPHILIS g SCROFULA
have raatatad all traatment, Catarrh, 8Ua BBaaaaaaj
Dtaaaaaa, Ecnma, Chroala Fa mala blH4 aita- propartiaa at P. P. P4
Camplainti, Harourial Polaoa, TatUr, VV Prloklr Aah; Poka Hoot asd Paiaaaraaa.
BoaUhaad. ato., at. f Uli Dgw,.
P. P. P. la a powerful tonla aad aa aaaaay
aisallant appitiiar, bonding ap tki jggy F. V. LlPPMAN, PrOlriatoA
tritana rapi.liy. If you ara waak and aaSaaaaaj Saiwainrtalh Gdl
faalila. .nil ral bdly 'ry P. P. P., and '
RHEUM ATI S'lVI
Soli;by Asheboro Drug Co., next deer to the Bank of Randolph.
Why subject your money to the dangers of fire or
burglary, when you might easily deposit with the bank.
Give us your checking account and if you have money
that is idle, we will pay you 4 per cent, interest on it.
We offer you every inducement consistent with safe
and legitimate banking.
BANK of RAMSEUR,
--RAMSEUR. N. C.
W. H. Watkixs. Pres't.
H. B. Carter, Vice-Pres't,
RBVlli'-II JjJiiy.'illltiJlU. JM LaMtltJlJMajiiiiiaprirraayi
Kep their money in this Bank that they
nuy have it within easy reach when needed;
some keep it here awaiting opportunities for
investment; others to avoid the risk and an
noyance of loaning and as an investment.
4 PER CENT. INTEREST ON SAVINGS
DEPOSITS. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY.
BANK OF SOUTH GRFFNSRflRO grelnsboro. n.c.
Branch of American Exchange Bank.
E. P. Wharton, Pres. E. L. Sides. Cash.
rHiim mini iiiiiii.iiiiiiihiiiiihiiii urn imii imm iihuii'i milium i iiiumWwl.u,uTI
Capital Stcck S30.000
KAI.IEKUI, N. C. fCHARl.OlfK. N. C
I'ullcii l'.mlJiiiy,-. j ( 1'icUmont. Ins. h.J.
The Traveling IVIan
f.rTS CLOTHES THAT
J. E. CARTLAND
p The nrterchant Tailors and Shirt Makers
I Lumber 113 South Elm St-, Greensboro, North Carolina
SHIBTS Tn fit M Anr Tn nunro
SAW MILLS, MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
; Kroin tin-smulli'Ht l-'aninM-s' I,ii Mill to tlit l.aiKPst Mailt, l'roin . l.'d up. Coin-
p'l-to outlits. KviM-ytliing for tlip Saw Mill or wixxlnnrking jilant, Sliiiili' and Lath
, Mills, Corn nni 1-Vei' Mil!, W.i.nl Saws. S.nv, Swaps, Mamlrols, Saw Uuides,. eltiiia.
I'uH -vs. Sh ifhn. llaiigfi-i. rf-i. Etc 1 Cimih ii ton to ricasf you. Write today. Be
uv to Hiate fuliy just wliat is waitt.-.l IvimIii.-s ami oilrrn, all sien and 'styles.
",,,,,rSEir",,,,aK V. Ii. DeLoach, Norfolk, Va.
Root tad Potiaslnm.)
OF ALL FORMS AND STAGES OF
R. I. Smith, Cashier,
I. F. Craven, Ass't.
Ralei:;i. N. C. or Chariotl
Who is Measured By
V. EAR WELL. AND
LOOK V. ELL