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The Asheboro Courier
Anlieboro. N. 0. July 18. 1907.
Local and Personal.
, Dr. A. P. Staley, of High Point,
16 io town utteuding court.
Miss Ollie Glass, of Kandleuun
visited friends in Asheboro this
V Mrs. Fentriss. of Frankliuville, is
1 seriously ill. Her sister. Mrs. V.
A . York, of High Point, Is attending
:t the sick room.
i H. A. Mofiitt, of High Point, was
I a business visitor here Tuesday.
S C'apt. C. Frank Siler, of Candor,
", visited friends in Asheboro this
; W. P. Ragau, of High Point, spent
Monday in Ashebjro.
W. H. Ragan, of High Point,
was in Asheboro Tuesday.
I Prof. S. H. Hodgin spent a part
of this week in Asheboro in the in-
teres! of Guilford College.
t Mies Esther Ross left Wednesday
, for Jacksou Springs to spend several
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Wood, of
J Bmeoe, spent Tuesday with relatives
Col. W. T. Poone, of Randleman,
wae m town Monday and Tuesday.
U. S. Marshall J. M. Millikan, of
Greensboro, spent yesterday in Ashe
boro. Mrs. D. M. Weatherly, of Frauk
linville, visit-a Mrs. O. U. Cox Sun-
The Frankliuville Graded School
will open August 19th.
Mis. W. H. Odell, who died in
Concoid last week was a sister of the
late ('has. Seigeant who formerly
lived in this county, and of Geo. S.
Street lit, of Greeusbbro.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kennett, of
Raudleuiau, have been guests of
their daughter, Mrs. N. H. Slack,
since Tuesday. They will return
Friends in Randolph will regret to
Jearn that Mr. Jule Mendenhall, of
High Point, who is at Hot Springs,
Ark., under treatment for rheuma
tism, is improving very slowly. His
condition remains serious.
D. M. Johnson, who formerly held
a position with the Asheboro Roller
Mills, but for some time has been
located at Aberdeen, has accepted a
position with the Greensboro Roller
Mr. Thomas L. Russell and fam
ily spent several days last week in
Randolph and Montgomery visiting
relatives and friends around their
old home. Thomasville Correspond
ent, Lexington Dispatch.
Ne Market Township Sunday
School Convention will be held at
Old Union the 4th Sunday in July,
commencing at ten o'clock. An
interesting program is being pre
pared. Come one, come all.
J. A. Graves, who was reared near
Moffitt in this county, but who for
Years has made his home in Texas,
is visiting relatives in Randolph and
adjoining counties. He will return
to i his home at Kaufman, Tex.,
about the first of August. .
Among the visiting attorneys at
tending court this week are W. P.
Bynum, Jr , J. T. Morehead, W. J.
Sherrod, and 0. L. Sapp, of Greens
boro; W. P. Ragan and T. J. Gold,
of High Point and W. D. Siler, of
The Courier does not have a
travelling representative for the job
department, because it would cost
too much and would take ull our
profits. Our work commends itself
and eur friends are helping us to
build up a large business. We do
our work- on a close margin and
guarantee prices and quality.
II, T. Moffitt, an aged and es
teemed citizen of Moilitr, suffered a
painful accident at the court house
Tuesday. He attempted to step
over a wagon tongue when he (trip
ped and fell. One of the bones of
his right arm was broken near the
wrist. Drs. Bulla and Moore were
called and the bond set. Mr. Mof
titt suliVred much from the shock as
weil as from the injury. His friends
wish for him a speedy recovery.
There is more Cutarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together, anil
until the litt lew years was supposed to be lu
curable. For a (treat many years doctors pro
nounced It a local disease una preserilied local
remedied, and by constantly (ailing to euro with
iocal treatment, pronounced It Incurable,
tsolencc has proven eiiuirrli to lie a constitutional
ti.Heii.-e and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by K. J. Cheney & Co., 4Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure ou the market. It is
taken luternally in doses from 10dik ' to a tea.
spoonful. It acts directly on the -olood and
mucus sui face of the system. Tuty oiler one
hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure
Hen rt for circulars and testimonials.
.Address: F. S. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo Ohio. I
, Sold 6y Druggist. 75c. 1
Take Hall's Family Fills for constil ation
L. 0. Sugg, of Brower township,
was here on business yesterday.
L. H. Smith, Sr., of Liberty, vis
ited Asheboro this week.
Among the visitota in towu this
week were W. G. Myrick, A. M.
roglenian, H. C Causey, J. G
Reitzell. O. T. Hatch, W. F. Swaim,
of Liberty; Prof. I. M. Weaeherly,
of fiankhuvule; J. A. Urauy and
G. M. Kimrey, of Kamseur; A. M.
Hedrick, High Point; C. C. Bruton,
Thomasville; A. W. Council, High
Point, Dr. F. C. Frazier, J. W
Pu?h and a host of others.
Hal. I. Window, ol the I'. S. Cavalry,
Wed at Howard Lake, Minn.
The following is taken from the
Howard Lake (Minn) Herald, of re
Tuesday, the 11th inst. "at high
uoon, occurred the marriage of Mr.
Hal. M. Winslow, of Fort Snelling,
and Miss Mary Fisher, at the home
bride's mother, Mrs. Walter Fisher.
"The house was decorated with
ferns, apple blossoms and lilacs, in
terspersed with flags and buuting.
Under a marriage bell of national
colors, stood the bride and groom
duriug the ceietuouy, which was
pronounced by the Rev. Holzinger,
using the ring ceremony. Ihe wed
ding march was plaved by Mrs. Ern
est Fisher, and the ring was carried
in the I eat t of a rose by little Elea
nor Fisher, uiece of the bride. The
brida was gowned iu white silk with
au over dress of white DeEsprit,
ui mined with Ecru insertion, and
earned bride's roses. The groom
wore the conventional black.
"There were seventy-five guests
present. A group of misses who
had been former pupils of the bride,
received them and aho assisted in
the dining room where a sumptuous
dinner was served. 1 he guests from
abroad were Mr. Ewer, of Fort Snell
ing; Mr. Dan Fisher, of Maple Plain
au uncle of the bride, a'd Alius Rilla
Hoisiugtou, of Delauo. They re
ceived many beautiful and costly
Miss Fisher was a teachei iu the
cchools ot this county for several
years and has a host of friends. Mi.
Winslow is a man of military ability
hiid is Quartermaster Sergeant of
I l oop "L 2nd U . S. Cavalry,
v hich has been stationed at Fort
Snelling, but has now . been trans
ferred to Des Moines, Iowa.
The bridal party left on the 4:20
train for a short honeymoon before
going to Fort Des Moines. The
bride s going away gown was blue
crepe panama with hat to match.
The Herald joins their many
friends in wishing them a long anil
The groom is a Bon of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Winslow, of Worthville.
DeatU of Mrs. Knglisli.
Mrs. English, wife of E. A. Eng
lish, of Trinity township, died Fri
day at her home near Mt. Vernon
church. She was 45 years old and
was a consecrated Cnristian worker.
She is survived by five children.
One daughter, Mrs. J. C. Davis,
lives in Asheboro. 1 he funeral was
conducted Saturday at Mt. Vernon
church, of which she was a member.
Rev. B. F. Hargett conducted the
lee Cream Supper.
On account of inclement weather
the League Cream Supper was post
poned from the 13 to tbe 20th. Soon
Saturday evening, the TiOth, from 8
to 11 o'clock, the Concord Epworth
League will give an ice cream sup
per in the Farmer Institute building.
Cake and different refreshments will
be served. Everybody invited.
A Turnip Wonder.
The Courier has on exhibition
this week a wonder m the f&rm of a
turnip, which was grown by L. L.
Hicks, who lives near Lassiter. It
weighs eight pounds, measures
30 1-2 inches in circumference and
is live and a half inches in diame
ter. Meeting ot'Road Supervisors,
The Road Supervisors of Liberty
Township will meet at Liberty, the
first. Satuidav in August, at. 2
o'clock. Tbe overseers are required
to met the board on that dale to
report the condition of the roads
under their c u'e.
II. C. Palmer, Chin,
There is no Joubt about the Edi
son Phonograph and records being
the very best made. e are selling
a lot of them and you should have
them irr your home. We also have
the disc lecords, extra good needles,
and some disc Talking Machines.
Ask our prices and terms before
buying elsewhere. Asheboro Drug
Have just got in a new lot of
novelties in jewelry, belt buckles,
silver ware, hat pins, &c. These
are all of the latest pattern and it
will pay to have a look at them.
Asheboro Drug Co. (next door to
the Bank.) 1
Schedule Arranged at a Keccnt Meeting
if County Hoard.
At (lie recent meeting of the County Board
of Education the maximum salary for the
different districts was iixed as follows for the
year l'JOT 1J08:
District No. 1, $75 00.
District No. 2, $.'!;". 0.
District No, 3, $t!0 00.
District No. 4, $25.00.
District No. 5, ijtfO.OO.
District 'o. 0, $30.00.
District No. 1. $37 50.
District No. 2, $20.00.
District No. 1, $30 00.
District No. 2, $30.00.
District No, 3, $00.00.
District No. 4, $30 00.
District No. 5, $30.00.
District No. 1,
District No 2, $20.00.
District No. 3, $30.00.
District No. 1, $25.00.
District No. 1, $70.00.
District No. 2, 35.00.
District No. 3, 30.00.
District No. 4, 25 00.
District No 5, 25.00
District No. 1. $20.00.
District No. I, $75.00.
Distiict No. 2, $30 00.
District No. 3, $25 00.
District No. 4, $25 00.
District No. 5. $3 00.
District No. 6, 825.00.
District No. 1, $22.00.
District No. 2, $27.50.
District No 3, 25.00.
District No. 4, 25 00.
District No. 5 25.00.
I istrict No (i, 45.00
District No. 7, 30.00.
District No. 8, 30 00.
District No. 11,22 50
District No. 1, $22.50.
District No 2. $18 00.
HtASKI ISV II.I.K I'.IWSsllll'.
District No. 1, "liO 00,
District No. 2, 30.00.
District No, 4, 30.(10.
District No, 5. (io.00.
District No. I. $20 ()()
District No 2, S.'.O.OO.
District No. 3, 25 00.
District .to. 4, 25.00.
HACK CHEEK TOWNSHIP,
District No. 1 $27.50.
District No. 2 25.00.
District No, 3, 30.00.
District No 4, 30.00.
District No. 5, 25.60.
District No. (i, 25.00.
District No. 7, 25 00.
District No t, $18.00.
District No. 1, $30 00.
District No. 2,
District No. 3,
District No. 4,
District No. 5
District No (5,
District No 7,
Distric! No, 8,
District No. 1. 320.00.
District No. 2,
District No. i, $30.00.
District No. 2,
District No. 3, 25 00,
Uistrsct No. 4, 40 00.
District No. 5, 27.50.
District No. 6, 25.00.
District No. 7, 00.00.
Pi'triot Nr 1. $22 00.
District Nn. 2, 20.00
CtDAIl tilioVb l'JWNSMK
District No. 1. $30.00
District No 2, 25 0(1
1 itrict No J, 30 00
District No 4, 30 0
District No 1, $27 50
District No 2, 27 50
District No 3, 25 00
District No 1, .'id 00
District No 1, $22 00
nil KltllHIB TOWNSHIP
District No 1, $30 00
District No 2, 35 00
District N.. 27 50
District No I, :i 00
District No 5, 25 00
District No 0, 25 00
District No 7, 55 00
District No I, $ 18 00
District No 2, 20 (II)
PI.EVSANT UUoVK TOWNSHIP
District N . 1, $30 00
District No 2, 25 00
District No 1 $25 00
District No 2. 30 00
District No 25 00 ,
District No 4, 20 00
District No I, $20 00
lili 111 INh TOWNSHIP
2. 30 00
:, 5o oo
1. 30 00
5, 30 00
i 01 OliKII
District No 1, $21 00
District No I, $35 00
District No 2. 27 50
District No 3. 30 00
District No I, 30 00
District No 5, 25 00
District No WS20 00
NEW HOPE TOWNSHIP
District No 1, $25 00
District No 2, 26 00
District No. 3, 27 50 :
District No. I, till 00 !
District No 5, ', 00
District No li,' 40 00
District No 7, 35 00 !
The foregoing is a true ami accurals sta h.
ment of tln maximum salaries for touchers in ;
the different districlsof the county as Iixed ly j
the County Doanl of Ivliication at its regular;
meeting Julv 1st and 2nd, 1007.
J.M W, j
Secretary 10 Hoard.
Xew lliir Township Sunday School
Contention at Oak ;roie.
The Annual Convention of New Hope
Township Sunday School Association will
lie held at Oak drove Sunday July 21 11107.
10:30 A. M. - Devotional.
TlieSuprRiitemleiit and the Sunday School
W. li. I.assiter.
The Teachers and Officers in the Sunday
School II. (i. I.assiter and others.
Address liev.,1. W. Ingle.
AFTERNOON SESSION, 1:30.
The Study of the Lesson II. G . MuMasters.
The Sunday School a Training School (i.
How to Make a Sunday School Interesting
Rev. J. W. Ingle.
How to Get Kvery Boy and Girl in the Sun
day School Henry Rotbrock.
Report of Committees and Klection of Offi
cers. Let every Sunday School Worker iu reach,
come anil spend the day and joiu heartily in
the exercises. Our motto is: learn that we
may learn others.
W. P. Tiiorktiurii, Sec.
S. T. I.assiter. Pres.
George Scott, of Asheboro, spent Sunday
night at the home of K. L. Winiiingham.
The Sunday School Convention and Chil
dren's Day will lie at Brower's Chapel next
Saturday and Sunday, everyliody invited
M 88 Kate Winningham spent a few days
last week in Asheboro.
J. L. Henry spent Monday night in Ashe
boro, the guest of Mr. Helsabeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Coble oF Renin' Mill s..n
Sunday at Mr. Staley's.
Miss l-.va inniiigliam will leave Monday
for Greensboro ami Burlington where she
will spei.d some time vit-iting friends.
The many friends of Freddie Cox are glad
tolui-m- h" is rapidly improving.
Dyspepsia anil (General Debility.
hre cured liy V. V. I'., I.ipiman's Ureal Uemc.lv,
tliesuperinrof all saiaiarillius.
P.P. P. is the Krcatot tonic, for the stomach
that waevir known, llnlinostion. Kail lireains,
and Bilioiu.ut-" give way rapiillv to the wer
fill tonic uml IiIikjiI cleunsiiiK pros.'rties of P. P.
A prominent knilroad Kiiieriutcnilent livinu
at Savanmili. ila.. ;in which citv he was 1mru
says he feels hctter than heevci ili.l. ami he had
the worst case of ilysjH'p-ia on record. He had
nn appetite, ami the little he ate diwiKreeil with
him. causiiiR him to vomit often, he had pains
in the head, hreast and stomach, hut after usinir
three bottles of P. p. p., he felt like a uew man.
He says that he reels he could live forever if he
could alway pet P. P. P.
His name will he uiven cm application to us.
Sold by Ashcl. .m lirun Co.
Bad sick iicu'Liche-'. bilious, es or consti
pation are n.-Uiv relieve,! Iiv DeWiit's
Little Early Kiseis. Small pill,' sure pill,
safe pill prompt and pleasant in action
Sold hv Standard Drug V and Asheboro
By virtue of a decree of sale made by the
Superior Court of Randolph County, North
Carolina, ill a. sjiecial proceeding; therein
pending, entitled A 1! Kimrey et .al vs.
Anderson Moser et al, I shall sell on He
premises, at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, on the 2'Jth day of July
1007, at 12 o'clock M., the following de
scribed tract of land, lying and being in the
county of Kiind jlph, ami Shite of North
Carolina on the waters of Sandy Creek
adjoining the lands of Thomas York, Win,
Staley, Jesse Julian, U. V. Jones, Citha
Tiigh and others, and bounded as follmvs:
Beginning for the same at a red oak, Bur
row's old line and running south 32 chains
and 25 links to a stone. Thence ea,st 10
chains to a black jack. Thence south 23
chains to a stone. Thence west 10 chains !
to a stone. Thence south 7 chains and 75
links to a post oak. Thence west It! chaina I
and ."'I li- ks to a black jack. Thence I
north Is chain to a stone. Thence west 5
chains to a stone Thence north 111 chains;
and 50 links to a black oak. Theuce east j
5 c lain- to an u:i. I hence north 2 5 chain
ando'J il.dstOii posi oak. Them e east It!
chains and 50 links io the beginning and
containing one liumliel and twenty six
acres im.re or less. The land ws deed'ed to
Anthony Moser by M. L Fox on ihe 21st
dayofvpril 1SS2. recorded in Hook 02 a
Eagc 111 in tbe ollii i ihe Register of
leeds for Randolph County. North Carotin
to which reference is given I o a better do
Thad. S Ferret",
Tlo- .lime 27th. 1:107.
North Carolina. I s,,,..ri, i ,
Kamlciiih County. "l''ioi i,..int.
Klijuh Mollitt, A. Inii iMratorof Su'iie .1. l.hiir.
I. Hlai:-, Kiiieliiu- I. Denuv and ln-Lahd '
Iieiir y. liuslir. is x. limit, wiiiiiel.l .1. :
oliert I, ii'iul. Kdnurd K. Hum. !!.
.. Hiram i... :.ean. ;n. Ain,:i n. .
her huiian i. iitveiii ia. ;irah
Comiu to sell real esiate
to raie ,i--ets hi pav herdehis. -aid land
ed in I'iuity rnwiiship. I;.n 1. 1. !(. Cuunn
jolllin : lie l.lllds , ,v. .1. n,,,i, i ,( . ,nd s;l I
lelldai: - will funnel lake nolle.- thai Hi.
Martlia Thayer, ct ul
Tin- ...'Icin hints. .I.M'pl
iei in..; AHell Vuilllier, '
action .-ntilled as ul. ,- I
the superior (.iiurt m ita-i
certain nan-el of land
aled ill V 1
i.r division Vii1 :
aid defeudiiiiOruro i
Township iu said e
tenants ui comfiiou oi
partowners; irud tlx-ai i defendants will fur
ther tn fee notice that tliev are reouired to atinear
at theoitico of the I lerk ui the siuticrlor court of
KunH)lph county at the court house in Ashe-
horo, N. 0 ou the atli day of AiiKiist, 1!W7, and I
answer or driiiiir to ihe petition in said action '
or the petitioner w!:i apply to the court for the
relief demanded In - ud iietitton.
Clerk Superior Court,
This !lth duy of July,
tin-si, ri.ir loiirl 1:1 -aid ( ..iii-.v on t ... ;t n
day o. vuuc.-t, I;. C. I an-.. -i, Plem, .1.
miir to 'he complaint in said uetnm. . r nel
plidnli ' '.I'M imply to the e..int j.h t.,,. r ..... M
. r it A MM. IN! , K
This i . .fi h.y .1 1 i'mi; ' ' ' '
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Convalescents need a large amount of nourish
ment in easily digested form.
Scoff j Emulsion is powerful nourish
ment highly concentrated.
It makes bone, blood and muscle without
putting any tax on the digestion.
ALL DRUGGISTS: SOc. AND $I.OO.
(0 Educational COLLEGE Established '890
liieeiitl.VBli.Mit$.-..).i1iWli.ilKM.nvpi.lit (u improvement. A handsome new three
story hrick ilommory that will :,ceo,uln...lute m yuam ,a,,u;s ha, ,,!, , m J
"1ul; ll-f eotiveiiionces. A central hciti.iK. liuluiier .nei water svstem has I ",'u
!.!si" .l with wilier '""''"""''L'l'Wtal hy steam, lighted hy oleeiVieity ami fu"
i. rl,:;,,''V'JlMo;l''rs1,'P11'ii' 'ill i!e usual literary brunches, letnlimr to the M A
II A I'll. an.l B. Lit. decree. Its Music. Artand Elocution departme ut are stmnir
au..th.in.,mli Best moral and r-liu-ious inlhiences. No hiuinj; al , w-e Kxi '-n"-"
very reasonable, rail term on .Sepu-mlier 5th. For cataioKue etc., address 1
Frcsldcnt I'.MMKTT 1 . 1IOI I ITT, Klttn C ollie. X. O
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL,
Tit IX IT V, XORTII AltOI.IW.
II term opens 1 Vi i !
September .1. IW7. 1 O.iO"
Ideal location, good 'vater, pure air. This school offers
special advantages to th K'-rls and bovs of the South.
VU,nnf K,,;i.i;,v , "j
am. uaiiuiu, ii.ii
B. F. HARGETT, Headmaster.
That we are agents for the UE1SER PEERLESS
TRACTION ENGINE and SEPARATOR. Also A. B. I
i .iii.uiu.i iikc. it iniei
11 . parrs yoiiiiK l"-ii hiiiI Hiii( omen for CnllrKr, I nlvrrslty anil
HusliirsH. Kplrutiiil lotmlou, Kxl mornl eouiiiiiinlly, Hlislnrna, ( !
Irur, lllblr uml .ril t onrsrs. Special ail vn ntKs In ,11 lisle and Art.
Kull inrp iifahlr mi.l Hi. ildiifil l.-.u-hrr. Terms vrry low. Urllcfor
soil vrulr cal. noil otlirr nif irnl illoii. tl.lirH
Fall term opvus 8cil. :i.
High time for low-cuts.
But no time for high-priced
The CROSSETT is moderate
ly priced, but is more than a
moderately good shoe. It is
positively the largest value for
the money in this town. Below
this price $4.50 quality balks;
above it, quality adds only fads
and fHlls. But for sound, solid
worth, the CROSSETT is your
It fits it feels good it walks
and wears well and it's natty.
What more can you ask for
This new Blucher Oxford has
dull kid tops, patent vamp, mili
A CORRECT, COOL.
Horses & Mules
Jst arri3 i,i
Come at once and get
1 "Ml "T Write for cataloi-ue
111). and all Inform;!
tiuuj.un.s unu con veniences.
esitu, can to see or write
T. I. IS3ITKH, Prm.. Farnixr, !. r.