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The Asheboro Courier
Asheboro, N. C. Aog. 8, 1907.
Local and Personal.
Miss Lillian Highfall, of Liberty,
is visiting relatives and friends in
Greensboro and Vandalia.
Masters Dewey and Roy Webster
are visiting their grandfather, Rev.
J. A. Webster at Franklinville.
Mrs. 0. T. Stuart, of Seagrove,
spent last Friday with her cousin,
Miss Callie Auman.
Mr. D. Auman M having his
house repaiied and punted.
Miss Callie Maie Auman left Fri
day for Ellerbe Springs, Richmond
Co., where she goes to spend eeveral
Little Miss Bessie Auman, who
has been visiting her cousiu, Josie
Cagle, at Seagrove, has returned
W. E. Millechampe, of High
Point, spent Sunday in Asheboro.
Miss Maggie Davis entertained a
number of her little friends last
night in honor Miss Ollie Hoover,
of Uigh Poiut.
Miss Mhnie Hoover, of Greens
boro, ent Sunday here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hoover.
Hal V. Worth ia spending several
days in Asheboro.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
McCrary, a little son, on Sunday
mornibg, August 4, 1907.
Mies Bessie Farmer, of Randle
man, was a guest of Miss Nellie
Dr. Chas. Ingram, of Mt. Gilead,
was in town Monday.
The attention of the business
men is directed to the article ''Catcu
ing Butterflies" on another page of
Watch uext week's issue for an
advertisement for the Crescent
Finn ture Co , of Ramseur. Space
reserved in this issue.
While playing about the yard,
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Don
gan Foster fell Monday afternoon,
striking his knee on a sharp edged
rock inflicting a - painful wound.
Dr. Hunter was called and live
stitches were necessary in dressing
A memorial service was held at
Giles Chapel Sunday to the memory
of Harvey Allred sou of John
Allred, of Central Falls, who died
about two years ago. The service
was conducted by the Junior Order.
MisBes Annie brewer, ci McColls,
S. C, and Annie Bostick, of Laurin
burg, N. C, are visiting their annt,
Mrs. J. C. Hannah in West Ashe
boro. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffin were
at home Tuesday night to a number
of friends in honor of the Misses
Boyd, of Sherman, Texas, who are
guests of Mrs. J. J. Scarboro. The
evening was greatly enjoyed.
D. Auman, of Asheboro, has pur
ohased the Richland Roller Mills at
Moffitt, and will do a general mill
ing business. Mr. Auman will
con nue to make Asheboro his
horn , and the principal office ef
the Richland Mill will be located
Miss Pearl Ballinger has returned
to her home at Gnilford College
after spending several weeks in
ABheboro, during the absence ef
her sister, Miss Nannie Ballinger,
who has been visiting relatives in
Randolph county ia well represent
ed in the Textlile Exhibit at the
Jamestown Exposition. Among the
exhibits is found an attractive and
creditable display by the Naomi
Falls Eanufacturing Co., of Ran
dletnan; liandleman Mfg. Co., of
Kandleman; aud Worth Mfg. Co., of
The many friends of Mrs. J. E.
Carson, of Charlotte, will be glud
to know that her little daughter,
Miss Maude, who has been ill with
feveY at the home of Col. A. C.
McAlister for several days is im
proving. The sufferer was taken
sick the day after she arrived here
for a visit, hiving contracted fever
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
ountry than all other alsuusee put togotlter, and
until the lust tew veurs was supixxied to be lu
eorable. For a great many years doctors pro
nounced It a local disease and prwcrllied local
remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with
local treatment, pronounced It incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore requires constitutional
treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney Co., .Toledo, Ohio, is tba
only constitutional cure oh the market. It Is
taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea.
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood and
tnac.ua surface ol the system. Tney offer one
hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
4Mre: F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 7 Sc.
Take Hall's Family Fllki lor constipatiom
Ferree Ross returned Frid ay from
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall have re
turned from a yisit to Whitney.
Mrs. W. B. Webster left yesterday
for Gray's Chapel to visit relatives.
Chas. M. Hilliard leaves today
for Moore and Chatham Couuties
to visit relatives and friends.
J.M.Rich and Ernest Williams
left Tnesday for Jamestown to spend
the week at the exposition.
J.R.Wall is visiting the James
town exposition this week.
W, E.Hill ,of clah, was in town
K. T. Winningham is among the
Randolph visitors at Jamestown ex
position this week.
Misses Sallie and Claudie Fox, of
Randlemau spent Monday in Ashebo
ro the guest of Mrs. L. M. Fox.
Mrs. J. M. Journey and daughter,
of Nashville,Tenn., are gueiu in
the home of W. J. Arfimeld, Jr..
Miss tiabel Ridge will return to
her home at Greensboio today.
E. A. Wiles, of Greensboro, was
in town Tuesday.
Miss Nannie Ballinger returned
Sunday night from a visit to relatives
in Indiana and Illinois. She returned
bv wuv of Jamestown and vsited the
G. W. Hilliard retnnsed Saturday
from the exposition at Jamestown.
He reports a "great trip."
Miss Blanche Kearns leaves today
for Danvilla, Va., where she will
spend the winter in school.
Miss Martitia Robbins, of Randle
man, visited friends here this week
A protracted meeting began at
Uuion Grove Sunday last.
Mrs. Mary J. Williamson, ot
Suggs Creek, is critically ill with
McTyer Richardson, of Randle
mau, spent Sunday with bis parents.
Rev. and Mrs. N.R.Richardson.
Miss Lucy Crowson is visiting
relatives and friends iuj Back-Creek
Mrs. S. L. Hayworth and daugh
ter, Miss LeU, left Tuesday for
Richmond county to visit her broth
er, Kelly Lowdermilk. She will be
absent about ten days.
W. H. Watkins, of the Ramseur
Store Company, will leave in a few
days for New York to bujra Fall
me of merchandise. 353
W. H. Moring, of the firm of
Wood & Moring, will leave the last
of August for northern markets to
buy Fall goods.
Mrs. Chas. Smith, who with bar
daughter and son have been ill for
some time has recovered, as has also
her daughter. Her son is rapidly
Miss Clara Moffitt left Thursday
morning to visit th exposition and
friends in eastern Virginia. She
will return the last of August and
go to Burlington where she will
spend the winter as a member of the
faculty of the Borliogton Graded
A movement is on frot to erect a
monument to the late J. H. Mills,
founder of the orphanage movement
in North Carolina. He began the
work at Oxford and later carried out
the project to the Thomasville Or
phanage. It is learned that there is very
little likelihood that any of the trains
on the Asheboro and Aberdeen rail
road will be taken off, though Mr.
Page, President of the road says
every passenger he has hauled has
cost him five cents a mile.
A. A.Spencer and family left Tues
day for Jamestown to visit the expo
sttion.They will visit Washington
before returning. They were joined
at Greensboro by Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. J. D. Homey returned to
her home at High Point Monday
from Catawba Springs, seriously
ill. She is now at the Jr. Older
Hospit 'ljn High Point.
The sister of Mr. W. M. Kivett
Mrs. Williams and her daughter,
Mrs. Chisholm and baby, of Staley,
Randolph County, spent Saturday
and Sunday here on a visit to Mrs,
Kivett aud family.-Carthage Blade.
Misses Anna and Mary Boyd, of
Sherman, Texas, are visiting their
lister, Mrs. J. J. Scarboro, on North
Mr. Joe F. Aiken has gone to Mt.
Airy While Sulphur Springs and
Mrs. Aiken and children have left
for a visit to relatives at Asheboro
and Ramseur. Greensboro Tele
Splendid Showing cf North Caro
lina at Jamestown Exposition.
FORESTRY, FISH AND GAME.
Specimens on View In Thee See
tie White Possum and Albino
Raeeeon Agricultural Pyramid Wtth
Its Novel Peanut Umbrella.
Ttisi HurtU Carolina exhibit Ui the
fttates' Exhibit Palate at the JarutM
towa exposition U second to none tu
(he buUdkig. It U uemjmct and x
AauatlTe and ttmrouglily exploits the
reuooBcoa of tlw state, natural uu4
Manufactured. Covering sonMrthlnjr
far COOtt'squure feet ol Uwor spaeo In
the artUwKi corner of tbo bulMAng,
Jaat t tbe left of th main entrance,
thto exhibit la la the form of tba capi
tal letter "i with a square vltbso M.
This nqnape con talus about 3(000
ecipaw feet of Sour itua nutf dfeglars
tfce exhibits of ocrWltiira, ftneetry,
aud gaiue. Thai space oontfskied
hi fsr-.- aecwninodatm Hie exhUHts
ef lttIsrWiK-ter l the bulk! Lag. The
eeeurt-e asnblng eotst itfiyOOO,
rwtea as bmscb belag spept tm the
wVBsice hi the side boofhiC'
The t:tm roiora tolwe, red and wblta
a awnioaitij d tap hayed in the dte
a4sns, and yet ttie prevailing scheme
to cawnm aw gftld. Aronitd the eeremj
Mtkmi of the oxBlbrt hi rolling of
pollahad bross. The poota tmpvortls
tbta dbU are finished 1n erwim aud gnfcl.
Cm. the top cat om-h H a f (?:jhIT with a
gokfem boll The entranw imt there
re earae eight r tec ef ftwca nre
tasked w tfh t:t!l ccmm) whrtee ookiiniifl
vkh frmte eaprhria. nnrrtrmnied by
glided eflfsloa with wlivtn outspread.
Prayed In fesoens between the eoi
mnfl In the central booth are coiMs of
glided trnd colored iHinirt.i In untqtie
and artioflc korH4krMi. nklcd by no
merwM dofllsiM of galn and fonyo
On ftooowut of Ks tivxs niul umwmnl
aripenrance the dooomtod building In
the outml eshlbM c-.ti-hrw your at
tention ftlmortt lr.):n'v:r ':.v. On the
side and roof of this little house Is
shown In quaint del!wi mid displays
early or err principal agricultural
product of North C'flpollne.. The roof
hi misV of rre-nsliiwks, the sides of
wheM, tobnoeo, gre, oornstalka,
Dtton nd cpfG rrtfft. Attitmg th
mot attnvctlve designs on the house
re the monogram of the Mate and the
seel of the department ef agriculture.
The most artlstlfl display m the booth
nd en that vri not fall to call forth
adrarratloa Is aa agrkuMuwl pyramid,
hulK In fear necttons nrl exhibiting In
tubes and Jars all the grain prodneta
of the state. Oorering this, drooping
tremi the top, Is a hanging umbrella of
artificially colored ponnnta, blending
erfeetly with the brown and yello-w
grain and with the red background
with which the Tery picturesque pyESs
mid Is flulflMwl.
In the exhibit of agriculture theve
are unusually flito esmples of all Korth
OaroUoa grains and grasnea Vn the
aheaf w bundles. While the whole
state of North Carolina is represented
hy the fine exhibits of the department
f agriculture, a great many of the
facet were sent from the plantation of
W. H. HobtuA, near nalclgh, Mr. IUb
bm ii mat-it arranging ttsera tn the
Though a try no iaeoMi ancient sci
bos, foreetry finds my of Ha ardent
vodents la Xortfc Carrtllne, and the
exhibits In this deportment are en
passed by none of like natuse at the
Asjong the exhibits ef the depart
went of fish and game are several of
the moot straa and tmlqne at the
entire expoftrrtna. The Tlsltor wlH
see a possum wtth creamy white hair
and beautiful pink eyes and an albino
squirrel as white as potto.
In the same rase with these freaVs
he will see a yellow raccoon so nearty
approaching albinotsm as to be arl
most a true representattre of the
type. These three specimens are from
the North Carolina sfa-te mnseum,
where for the last several years they
have attracted great attention and In
terest. They were all killed In the
state, the possum having been caught
near Raleigh, the raccoon near Wil
mington and the squirrel in Craven
Then there are a number of game
and fnr bearing animals, together
wtth a large assortment of skins.
There Is a case full of wild ducks
twenty-three varieties, two of each,
as a rulo and six or eight wild geese.
They were collected by II. II. Hrlmley,
curator of the North Curolir.a iniifc
nm, many pichnen.4 having been lire
pared esiocln!ly for exhibit nt tbo
exposition. With tiie ducks is shown
a hybrid duck, n cross between n mal
lard aud black duck. This was shot
some time ago iu North Carolina awl
Is one of the few specimens of hy
brid ducks In existence.
The fishing Interest.! of the state nre
represented by a number of large
colored reproductions of the most im
portant llwh of North Carolina waters
and a full assortment of crabs, clams,
oystc-rs, turtles, shrimps etc.
WitLLu u iweuty-four hour radius of
the exposition there live some 40,000,
000 pooplo, or nearly half the popula
tion of the entire United States. Eight
or ten railroads aud as many steam
ship lines center In Norfolk and New
port News, making It possible to bring
ail of these people to the exposition
during the period of the celebration,
and all who enter tbe gates of the Co
Icsilal City by the Sea will find enter
tainment In the highest sense of the
CAPT. SILER'S SCHOOL.
He Ha Attended All Teachers' Assem
blies HI n re In;).
apt. C. Frank Siler opened the
jinblu; Dchool Ht Sulphur Springs
Viondiiv, Align r, 5th. In connec
tion wi'h the mblic school Prof,
-i r will rim u High School de-tiMitun-Mit.
Fr ui The Montgomei
iun published ai Troy, we clip the
"Our corr-sp -dent from Sulphur
Springs write-: "We are so proud
of our 8 ho 1. 7e hare had some
very g.xi teach.- s, but it is expect
ed that (Japf. Si er, haying gradu
ated at Trinity College, and added
to his 38 vea.ii e perience in teach-
g all iii-t i. , uld; by attending
Smn- . iiiulg, i.the Teachers'
Assemblies and Summer Schools at
i him., Mo eh. id City, Wake For
t mid i ii ' i fi..na five days to one
mouth in every year since 1869, ex
Mt. Ciiltad Items.
Mis Jessie Harr a left !ut week
to iit relatives hA frimd at Me
bane, Cox. and Tbo naavilie.
Mi. J. Steele in viAitiug Lr. Turn
I'tSon vf Vrltalle.
Urn. I jiz.ie Steele is vir-itiug hvr
on, llichuid in Scoilaud
iir. and Jim McAuUt trnd
dsUglTif, elites Katie and Helrli,
left today for ths .lameetowu Expo
inoiit Haltiniore id Washington.
Messrs. Cable I1hvoo !, Macy
Buywood Hemy li ntou wil leav
I'liiorrow (Tnehdaj) lor I he Jaines
I'rof. Eugene Harris returned
from the Jauicstowu Exposition
Friday acconipauicd by his wife,
who bad bteu isitii'g nt 0:bson
Statiwu for the past ;numb.
Mi. VVilliadi Denton lust a tine
mils trow lust e.-k.
tir. sh(1 Mrs. L. 1'. lit id spent
SiiikU in IVkm.
ilirs .ViiiiiiM Christian Scarboro
is tieitmg iiicudo iu Tek u.
Card ot Thanks.
Editor The Courier: I'lease allow
me space iu Tour next issue to th.iiik
my Irieuds who so fuithf oily assisted
me in wiiiniug the capital prize iu
your Piano and Janiestowu Special
.Contest. I heartily . appreciate all
they did for n.e.
(Miss) May Dickens.
STATI GEOLOGISTS EXHIBIT.
tHwtk Cmrutimm Minra( Displsw In the
MhtM Building at Jsmsstowe.
Od of h most attractiTa exhibits
in tba MIdm and Metallurgy building
at th Jamestown exposition hi that of
North OavoshM. Tb dlkiy is of in-
terwc to th eelntist la thttt U con
tatee luaaiy itaae minerals aud gams
and mum cf rawt crystiilliontlou. The
olfcrttoB and likstallutlon of thW ex
hibit hnra been luuWr the dlec4 tJsurge
f Da. Jemph Hyde Fru, mtate geolo
gist ef Keetfa OuMllna. The exhibit
auiisi In the nsabn of butkMng
tousM, aueh ae granlta, marble and
aaodntiie mfcsa, mona7.He and talc, for
wbeuh Keoth Carolina la especially
ated tMHytes, copper eres, kaolin, tin.
carnitu, seemns ef abradreu, such
m mUMonsM er buhrstorses, eocundam
and 0nmet, and qwite an elaborate dls-
tey of gem and paeclow atouea, eat
MWa has also a prominent place
among the North Carolina minerals,
aad the North On-olloa mla Is regard
ed as standard.
Korth OaroHm to wel mpplted with
mlneaal waters ef various medicinal
qnalltkes. and these are well represent
ed m bottled form by the many owneos.
Other eonomlc minerals, as copper,
geM, sHrer, barytos, graphite, eool.
Iron, chremrte, eee., are dlifptayed
paomlnently, and many minerals of In
teroso the sclrntlst, as. feldspar,
flexlW sand&fone or Itm'ohimlte, tbe
orefl er uranMnv, ete., ne Included In
The portion of the exhibit that has
appealed mort strongly to all who en
ter the Mines building Is tle splendid
array ot gems and precious stones.
These reihKlious have tuvn furnished
by Pi. .InKn Tlydo Tnitt. state geolo
gist: Ainrlpan Cem and Tearl com
pany of New York, and the Ntatv nin
ser.m. The twn gems found exclusive
ly lu North CMrOiin. rh.iilolite tnvl
hlddenite. r.ro cmt." ly sni:sli1, and the
sp:-nrl!.l nn-ny ol' rubli''. g.-irnets. ave
Ihyf'ts. e!i!iv! hh:. e:;ie;"i:d nvi'r'S.
beryls. I -n-liuliiiir t li piMi-n bbi" in'
n'uaiii::i'Ui. t'o'-ti'idum gems, rutil.it 1
rose ;iii ! opnlece!it i:'.'.:i rtz. olig.icli'".
carueliaiK, calivgnris. sii:;siu:ie. '.'..
lias excited U'S'ii lineret. A'-r't
twenty dian-.oriil have been fn:i:d ii
the state, or.e of wbb'li is shown i:i t " 1 1 i
North Caroli-a Education.
The edliealio:!.- 1 lA'.libit of th'.' si:i i'
of Xorrh Cr.r-!':.;: :'t the .lame -I v.-i:
exposition is a ".'1 !e:o i'inoMsf ii
Oon of the e'lucalioiial mei'i-.idK oui
ploywd in the various part.- of llie t:iie
and graphlcall;: roprcie'its the public
Bcbuol system of tlk state. Tiie ex
hlhtt ceuHists of picture!), charts, maps
ajd Itw handiwork of the Ktudeuts.
n iWitvst ar.U l.. t inter .-;t in,' pic
taie k vtw" e-it':.'? 't ;''y
of Kr:h '::;!. at C!:a":-i 'i'll.
flere are .-'.; ;i t'!i e;i:;i- '.npi's and
suriM'iai'.'.r. e.fj J'h irrs an 1 sta
tistics under th' picture s'a the wou
derful growth of the university since
Its luception lu 1S70.
O Convalescents need a large amount of nourish
O menl in easily digested form.
X Scoff t Emulsion is powerful nourish-
ment highly concentrated.
It makes bone, blood and muscle Without
? putting any tax on the digestion.
X ALL DRUGQISTSi 60c AND SI.OO.
One of the severest storms of the
season passed ever the Caraway
section Friday night. The telephone
lines were greatly damaged and
eight or ten days will be required
to put the line in shape again. Mr.
Jarrell has the material ready for
changing his line to a metalic cir
cuit to Asheboro.
The U. F. D. Route Vo. 1, from
Caraway is on the new scheule this
wrek. Lmhvhs Caraway now at 6:30
A. M. i nd i e urns by IP. M.
This c.hangc s ordered to make
conL.-ctiuu with 1!. F. D. 2 from
Ashtl'oro at Curavny to get all let
ters c llected on K. F. 1). No. 1 to
the i ui I road the same day. This
will U quite an improvement to the
routt, xtiil its patrons are well
pleveed with i he arrangement.
There he been 8 or 10 rattle
shakes killed near here recentlv.
Elijth Miittttr, who was Snperin
tendtnt of the Christian bunday
School at thi j lace, requests us to
say that the tnKili Jctua-ut iti last
wt-ek'e issue wa tm error in part,
aud was mislead ng. It is true that
the Suuday Scluol has suFpeuded
operation, t ut it is a mistake as to
joining the M. P. School in a body.
There was no suggestion at all as
to where the individuals would
woisliip, aud if there had been, it
would not have been binding on
any one, it being one of the princi
ples of the Christian churh that
its members should exercise their
own judgment in such matters. Mr.
Molli it sa8 that while no officer
has authority (o say where an indi
vidual shall attend Sunday School,
he hopes each one will regularly
attend where he can get the most
good for himself and do the most
good for the cause cf Christ.
By virtue f the power contained in a
niongage ilei-d, executed March 28, 1001,
by Heuiy Trogdon and Ella TrOgdon his
wil ,io nm. llarsliaw, and assigned and
transferred for value received, by the said
Wm llarwhaw to W. C. Cannon du July 23,
1907, which ni rtpage deed is duly record
ed in the r. gistera flice, Randolph county,
in 1 o k auniher 91 , p ge 381. e the un
drrsigiied will on pd-mber 7th, 11107, at
12 o'clock M , sell ai public aucti a at the
Court Hone dxr in Randolph county, to
the highest bidder for cash, the following
descrinrd real estate, lying aud being in
Randlemau township Randolph county,
N. C., aud knows and deigUHtd as fol
lows, viz: Adj iuiug tbe lands of Ceo,
Smith, J. rry Celled and nther beKinuing
at a stone in the old I'lank road and ran
niny north 10 chains to a atonf, thence east
6.75 chains. to a stone, thence south 11.75
chains to a atone in rieht-of-wavof railioad.
thence nearly west with said right-of-way
to the beginning, containing seven acres,
more er Ies. Said sale was made to
satisfy and f rec'oe said mortgage.
WILLIAM HARSH AW, Hootgag-e.
W. C. CANN'ON, Assignee.
Tliis August 5, 1907.
Having qualified as executrix on the es
tate ( Jesse Ii. Wel born, deceased, before
W. C. Hammond, Clerk of the Soperior
Paill-t Of Ruml lull mniltir Oil lunnni hav
ing claims against said estate are notified to
pr-eui uiein m iae unuersipn-n, uuiy veri
(U.l nn n, ,1.. 7,W t k .... i nnu
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recov- ry; ant a'l persons owing bsiq etitate
will come forward and make immediate
MARY A WEI.RORX.
JESSE II. WEI.BORN,
Executors of Jesse H. W'elbom
This 5lh day of Aug. 1007.
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
AND MECHANIC ARTS.
Practical education in Ag
riculture; in Civil. Electri
cal and Mechanical Engi
neering; in Cotton Manu
facturing, Dyeing and In
dustrial Chemistry. Tui
tion $45 a year; Board $10
month. 120 Scholarships
West Raleigh, N. C.
Liberty Normal College.
Liberty, N. C.
A school of hijjh grade for ln.tli Rexes. A
faculty nf the mot tlmrciu'h nnd ar.'. iii('i-'i
edte.rher. K.i n-.-"i reduced to u mini
mum I he nni.it imiiiHtakiiig care uin'n nf
on i !-'iiiit lli'allliiul Kx'iti 'ii. The hen
l n-il.V uiir'nnniliiigH Good lihrary. Every
pnH.iM ttdviinliige offered the .student for
development and improvement. Next tirm
op-'us August 20, 1111'". Write for eaiaiou;
Ti'os. ( Asiii-k. Ph. I . President.
Rev J. W.FliASki, A. U ii Treus.
DEATH OF MRS. ENGLISH.
Mother of Mrs. 1. C. Davis, ot Asheboro
Member of Mt. Vernon Church.
In Trinitv townshin on the 19 th
day of July 1907, Mrs. Lou English,
wife of E. A. English, departed this
lite in Christian triumph. The de
ceased was lorty-nve years of age
and ID Survived h hnglmnil in,) fioo
children. Her oldest living daugh
ter married nr. J. u. JJavis, of
It can be trnthfullv said of this
mother, as was said of "Dorcas,"
she was fnll of good works and
almsdeeds which she did."
She was a member of Mt. Vernon
M. E. chuich, and was a faithful at
tendant both at church and Sunday
school and met all with a kind
word and pleasant smile.
Her remains were followed by a
larsre concourse of relatives and
friends to the cemeterv and after
burial services conducted by Rev. B.
F. Hargett all that was mortal of
our deceased sister was consigned
to mother earth to await the resur
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WITH a DIAMOND RING I reveal
FREE how to secure a BEAUTIFUL COM
PLEXION. DIAMONDS and EXQUISITE
COMPLEXION are both desirable. An
opportuntiy to every woman is- now offere l
for obtaining both. For 2.00 I OFFER
A 12 KT. GOLD SHELL RING, shaped
like a lielcher, with a Tiffany setting,
set with a GENUINE DIAMOND and
will send free with every order the
recipe and directions, for obtaing a
faultless complexion, easily understood
and simple to follow. It will save the
expense of Creams. Cosmetics and
Bleaches. Will free the skin from pim
ples, blackheads, etc., and give the skia
beauty aud softness.
THE GENUINE DIAMOND RING
IS GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFAC
TURER to be aa REPRESENTED, and
should any purchaser be dissatisfied, I will
cheerfully REFUND THE MONEY". DO
NOT LET PRICE LEAD YOU TO
DOUBT THE GENUINF.NSS OR VALUE
OF THIS RING, as the above gnarantee
protects each and every purchaser. SEND
ME 12.00 BY MAIL and take ADVAN
TAGE OF THIS OFFER, a the time ia
LIMITED. Seod size af finger for which
tbe ring is desired.
T. C. MOSELEY.
32 East 23rd Street New York City
ade of honest material,
ade by honest workmen,
ade for men who
want honest values.
Look at our line of Mens' and
Boys' Long-wear Shoes.
W. J. niLLER,
Asheboro. N. C.
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