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And Succeeded In Killing Twenty
one. Red rross i; leaning.
W. A. Kauoy, who has been aer-
iously ill for (several weeks with ty-1
phoid fever, is thought to be im
proving. Rev. 0. P. Kouth assisted by Mr.
Reed, of Siltr City, closed a very
successful ineetiug at Bethel last
Miss Prim Kirkman, of Sandy
Creek, is visiting relatives and
friends of this community.
While Y. D. Brower and his
hands were loading a car at his
yard at Necse's Siiling,they succeed
ed in killing 21 Pilot Snakes.
The Southern Bell Telephone Co.
is pushing the work cn the new Hue
from Greensboro to Raniseur.
Mr. Win. S. Brower, of Fayette
ville, uiiule a trip to Greensboro last
Friday on business. On his way up
he presented his father, Thad Brow
er, at Climax, with three Fayette
ville melons weighing 150 pounds
Young Browei spent Saturday night
with bis old teliool-mate, P. F.
White. He then had a pleasant
week with his father, returning to
Fayetteville Sunday. Mr. Brower!
has been in Fayetteville- for five!
Mr. L. W. Brower spent one day j
at his old home last week.
lr. .traded Meeting at hur.
The j'rotrauted meeting bean at
Asbury Sunday night.
Mis. Paisley Mi Icon, c f Mebalie.
is visiting i er father. 1i. F. E. As
bury. Misses Minnie V uueiw.H.il, of
Trinitv. and llattte KovaU, of
Thontaeville. are visif.ng Miss l'eai
Auni tii this week. '
Mis. Sarah Boroughs, of Jackson !
Sjtrings, vi.-iied her .-on. Mr. C. T.
Boioiig.is, la.t Week.
Miss Swanna Low i!en::ilk ami
brother, of S.-usrn.ve. li. F. !., spn.t '
Sunday at Mi.V.. 1. Auniau's. (
Missis IVarle Auii.au, Minnie
Unuemuuil and ll.itt.ic Koyals, spent ,
Tuesil.iv niglit with Miss Belie Ivy-;
uolds at ( kei weniiiet. !
Mr. Graham Cairle, of Mar.-hviiie, j
S. C, spent Sunday with h.s pa- i
Quite a nu'jiber of o:ir younj; ;
people utteiided the Sunday School ;
Celebration at Flag Springs Sunday.
Mrs. W. II. Holt Visited her pa- !
rents, Mr. and Mr.-. Alvis Alien neai J
Mitcntield hist week.
Mits Kuby Cagle is spending
gome time with relatives at Bed I
A great many of our people
attended the Marlboro quarterly
Monroe Cheek and family are
visiting J. W. Richardson's this
Mrs. Flora Marsh, of High Point,
is visiting friends and relatives here.
E.L.White is here visiting his
R. L. Gray, of Georgia, is visiting
his brother, G. G, Gray. J
Miss Myrtle Richardson is visit
ing her sister this week.
Miss Francis Croots, of Lexington, j
is visiting her cousin, Miss Iiattie
Misses Myrtle and Caaie Moftitt
visited Miss.-s J nnie and Myrtle
Richardson last week.
Miss Gladys Jerome, of South
Carolina, is visiting her cousin Miss
Lin a Gray.
Jesse Eldridge is visiting his
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. S. S. Fl
dndge. Mr. Seaxants is visiting Curtis
Don't accept a conj'li cure thai you may lie
told is just m 0(1 as Kennedy s laxative
Cough Syrup, lieoause il isn't just as gixiil
there in quite a ilifferei.ee. Kennedy's Lax
ative ('oiiph Syrup acts gently upon the
bowels tuiii clears the 'vhnle system of
coughs and colds. It jinjiiipily relieves in
flammation of the throat aed allays irrita
tion. Sold l'V the .Standard Drug Co. Asht
boro N. C!.
Telephone Intension at Caraway.
B. F. Miller has bought a lot here
VVorthvllle Personal Jioteg.
Mrs. Ralph Webble, of Charlotte, is visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. S. W inslow.
Joe l'revost, of Greensboro, spent last
Saturday in town.
Mrs Chas. Martin, of CreensU'ro, is visit
ing hor mother, Mrs. Hudson.
Misses Bessie Willianisoa and Mary
Ilarrell spent Saturday night and Sunday in
Mrs. A G . Myriek and daughter Miss
Mary, are visiting friends in Fayetteville
Messrs J. M. Ilarrell. M. J. Harrell, D.
C. Hilliard, Kennie Hii'h, H. T. Ilarrell,
John l'revost, and Robt. Hicks spent last
Sunday in High Point.
Mrs. Mary J. l'revost spent last Thursday
James Jenkins returned from Chatham
County last Saturday.
J. M. Soaiboro spent last Wednesday in
Miss Ethel Mired, of Central Fails, was
iu town last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W. 1'. Craven is visitii g relatives in
M. J. Ilarrell has moved in his new
Miss Julia Williamson is visiting relatives
Miss Mattie Jenkins has returned from
Charlie Cross and f.i
Salisbury last week.
1'. I, Meld uald and
Pleasant t iarden, were i
Little Milt. m and l!.- .;o:-e V 1 naiuson
spent a few dais lust w. ei. in C dar Fall
terMiss Lizzie, of
:oivn i ne .lav last
Personals I'l oiii VI t.
P. Iiyrd -pent a l.u;
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.f All emu
Craded School Opened With Fine Un
rollment Order Organized.
Two of our citizens, Messis. John Allred
and S. I.. Welch, who went to Leo's llospit
ul at Greensboro, some time ago and under
went operations, are getting along nicely .
Mr. Allred has recovered sufficiently to
return home, and Mr. Welch is expected in a
, Welborn Burgess, of Salisbury, visited
relatives and friends iu this place last weak.
Mr. Burgess was a citi.en of this county for
il number of years and lived at Liberty and
w as comity commissioner 4 years.
Album Fentr'iBs, of Fleasant Garden, who
is teaching a singing school at Millboro,
spent a part of Monday in the city with rel
David Jordan, of Newport News, Va.,
came up last week to spend a few days with
his parents, Rev. and Mra. James Jordan
Prof. D. M. Weatherly's school opened
at this place last w eek with the brightest
prospect of any term in the history of the
school. There has already been enrolled
over 1:10 students, and several more will he
added in a few davs. Among the number
of teachers is Miss Bertie Ellison, of this
place and Miss Grace Linney, of Alexandar
county, who comes well recommended as a
teacher and has already made a favorable
impression with our Jieojile,
A Junior Order Lodge was orcanized at
this place Saturday night by District organ
izer Mr. C. W. Hinshaw, of YVorthville
and the f. How imr officers were i leeted for
the ensuing term: . C. Jones, t ouneilor
J. 11. 1'oi.t.i-s. Vice Council r; W. 1
i Mauer. acting l'a-t Councilor; Clyde l'.llisoi
I ivordiiig Secretary; G.C. Uussell. as-istan
i lieeoidiiiii Secretary; Joe Buie, Kinuuciu
Seeie'arv: I.. F. Fentriss. Trea-iirer, I'raep
I Dove. Cn
i Sentinel: G . 11. Patterson, outsidi
! Arthur Kllisn.i, W. G. Patterson
' Sui.e.er I're-iei s I h Order will in.-t at
ti e j:a-. ti:e II. ill l'ie ftrst and third Mmiila;
niel.ts i , cell 10 ill'li. F.Verv '.iu'mIuT el
Mt. Olivet Items.
The meeting at Mt. Olivet closed
Friday. Rev. C. A. Wood of Ram
senr assisted Rev. J. J. Eads in the
John Howard and Westley Maness
of Burlington are visiting relatives
and friends here.
Mrs. Bolton and daughter, Miss
Pearl, of Burlington, are visiting
Messrs C. M. Tysor and M. F.
Wrenn have gone to the Exposition.
They will also visit Baltimore and
Miss Ellen McLeod, of Montgom
ery is a guest of relavives here.
Cures Kczema, I telling Tin mors. Pimples
aud Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is a certain and
sure cure for eciema. itching skin, humors.
scabs, scales, watery blisters, pimples, aching
nones or joints, bolls, carbuncles, prickling
Bain in ui stiu, oia, eating sores, uicara, etc.
otauic Blood Bajm cures the worst anil moat
eep-seated cases by enrichinp, purifying aim
itnlizins the blood, therebv giving a healthy
blooil supply to ihe kiu. Heals every sore aud
rives me rien glow 01 neaiin to tne ssin.
milils un the broken down body and makes
the blood red nnd nourishing. Ksneeially ad
vised lor chrome, old eases that doctors, pat
ent medicines und hot springs fail to cure.
Druggist, 1 dollar, with complete direction
for home cure. To prove B. B, B. euros, sample
sent free anil prepaid by writing Blood Halm
Co.. Atlanta, ;a. lieserilie trouble and lrce
medical advice sent in sealed letter.
ne'er: J. (' Manor, War
Chaplain; Joe Haiieoe
ml 1. r
1 1. .!.:-
v.! into -he A. A.
ruier'ty occupied ly
ami Mis. li. A.
has U'cn at
return to take
a the Piedmont
V.;-.-' P.inu-h-im .o. I .
an i;-',:in' Mi-s Aii'.ieXi
K.-v. Vmiin-, ef C..1.,:-:
inn in town.
Allien O-li-l'v has
Hie little .iai
1'riMi is right sick.
Miss Fuiuiie Bni'en, w
hrine during vacation. iil
her p.irt as music leaeher
Industrial Schiiol at Charlotte this week.
aleiu 1 huiih Items.
1'iiius Tucker has moved his family from
High Point to Bombay.
Miss Floss Kearns. . f this laee, vicited
nci und Oak Grove las! week.
Watermelon feasts are the ordi r of the
day in this community.
Miss Troy Nance is visiting her sister,
Mrs. .'ami's Kivett, cf Asheboro.
The people are through threshing wheat.
Good crdps are reported.
Carl Nance visited in Lexington last week.
Fanners are busy breaking wheat ground
Mrs. Bethel KeaiVs, of High Point, and
Miss Mary McMasters. of Fanners, made a
very pleasant e..ii at 1J. L. Kearn's last
Harris and Lee Durham, of Soer City,
are lisiting their iriinds and relatives in
Uatidulpli ilns wecK.
Mrs. Martha Sexton is Tight sick with
l!oy Kearns, of Bombay, visited his
cousin ilenu Kearns, last week.
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l iei-. :,...! w- .1 is'l In - ie 'rial M
: l ,-.: I iih lh- I'A.i- - 'tl u :V
:.,o .'. utire party u.i- , in ci
re -it:,,' 'in-sinei.M-e than'.s to Mr
Ha: .::' ! I ir the royal manner
were fircrtained both .:i their
at :li" l".Xiosition.
l'attcro!i's ;rove Itenis.
(rermsrlr Trtl Oil)
LARGEST AND BEST FOR 25c)
HEALS WITHOUT SCAR
Prersnti Woand Poisoning,
Inflamatieaii Pavln, fortatii
HONEY SAVER IN HOME AND STABLS
L. MCHARDSOW, Wt. Cbcsbt '
CRBBNSBORO, N. O.,
Tom H. Hardin suffered a stroke
of paralvsis nt Graham last week.
His right side was utTecteu. lie has
lost the use of hia lower limbs.
Abraham Johnson was killed
Newliu township last week, lie wns
at the botoin of a well when a load
ed bucket fell on him.
Mrs. C. C. Thompson of Graham,
undeiwent an operation on her ear
Fridav, tit Givt-uslioro, and she
much unproved already.
-fKVIVIMi I'Alil NliUS NuTICK.
ei" i- ! "Vi 'y eivfn tliat all HTson liav
l.i:i hl';i:ii :'. tirui of Kaekev an.
- i i:i:.i.M ..ml M. I.aekey ami W.
. will i.r. "it O'e aiiie to the uult r iiriiO'
! ...:v Use 1-i .lay .if Se.ti mlier lmis. n
S. I). VV. l'ieice hna placed a new
telephone in his residence.
J. L. lirileB and 15. Miller are
preparing to build. a telephone line
from here to J. L. Brile's. This
is a much needed line and will open
np a good section of the roantry.
Mr. Briles is one among the largest
farmets in the country.
Miss Gertrude Jarreil hs taKen
charge of J. F. JarreU's score at the
C. L. Roobins J. P., and D. S.
Farlow, J. P., had one day of court
here last week.
The Caraway Roller Mill is alio
doing lot of work.
Those who have H"oniaoh trouble, ro matter
kow alight, h iouhJ uve every possible help
to the digestive organs, o that the foo.1 may
be digested with thp least effort. This may
be done by taking something that contain
natural iligestive properties somelhiii'
like Kodol is a preparal'o" of vetwlable
acids and contains the ery same juices
found in a health stomach.
yon eat Sold by tbe
Asneooro IS C
Itii'hland Creek Items.
Mrs. .J. W. Hayes is visiting her daughter
Mrs. Charlie Ianier.
K. 11. Mean made a business trip to Cm
tral Falls one day ast week.
Mr and Mrs. D I'.. Sean, who have been
ill with typhoid fever, are improving.
Miss l.illie Craven is improving
Master Jlarence Macon, and sister Maleta,
visited at the home of Walter Allen last
The protracted meeting at Shiloh will 1
the second Sunday in September.
On Auyust J.j 1007, lue death aug-1 visit
ed the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bean
and took fioin them their e.dest daughter,
Flossie. She had lieen ill several weeks,
but bore her sufferings patient y. The in
terment was at Union Grove. The bereaved
family have the sympathy' of the community.
People in this section are busy preparing
Miss lira Thornburg was bitten by a pilot
snake lust Wednesday. She is improving
Mrs. Garner fell last Friday and was
U. I'. Thornburg, of Asheboro, visit d
his father and mother Mr. and Mrs J T.
Thornburg, Saturday and Sunday.
MiRs Edna Hill visited her father, X. If.
Miss lilanche and McKoy Birkhead visitwl
Miss Ora Thornburg Sunih.y.
The protracted meeting begins at Fnion
the second Sunday m iepteuil)er.
John Pihu, & prominent dealer of Vining, la.,
-ays: "I have lieen selling lleWilt's Kid
ney and Fdadder Pills for about a year and
i hey give lietter satisfaction than any pill 1
evi r old. There aie a dozen people here
who tin vo used them and thev give jierfeet
'i. ,i;,.o.J I satisfaction in every case. I have used
i lie lneetion nt l,ttercnii Grove
clo;el Thursday night.
Miss sjiviinna L'uirri risked ;.t Kli
Lincberrv's one day la--t wie
This is the Hi si. time this old ludv
has bee able :o uo visitiui: fr some
tiuie. We are L'lad tose lur im
J. Li. York, who has been ill with
tvuhoid fever, as was stated last
week, is slowly improving.
Mrs. G. W. Ferguson visited at J
G lork saudr.li Ln eberry s one
(lay last week.
Carl Wright entered school at
Franklinville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. IS. Ferguson
visited at Eli Lnn-berrv 's Sunday.
George. Patterson, who has been
living iu Skiatonk, Indian Territory
for the past threv years, has return
ed to his old home state
John Kirkman and daugb-ei
Miss Jennie, visited at Doc. York's
and O. P. Ward's Sunday.
Thomas Kirkman, who has been
suffering from at tucks of appoplexy
for soine time, does no; seem to be
im proving ti nuicli.
Mr. at.d ' Mrs. 1 1 1 1 1 ry H ad (1 oc k
visited at G. W. Feigusou's Sunday.
Mr. aod Mr?. John Ellison visited
relatives near Park's X lloads Sat
urday and Suiiday.
' '.Ve never reieut of eating too little,
one of the ten rules of life of Thomas .Tef-
fersoti. president of the l iiiied Slates, an.
the rule applies to every one without excep
tion during this hot. weather, because it is
hard for food, even in small (juantitieR, to 1
dijrpsted when the blood is at high temper
ature At this Reason we should eat ppar-
inclvand properly. We should also help
the stomach a much as possible by the use
of a little Ko'lol ror lii'ligetton ana lys
pepsia, which will rest, the stomach by di
getting the font itself Sold by the Stand
ard lJruj Co. Asheboro X. C.
BR04DWAY CENTRU HOTEL,
.-tlNi.H lillKl' .Sit;KK.r
In the Heart of Nezv York
I Spec a' utteiition giv n
I to Ladies ui.eseorled
1 Special Rates for Summer
j ii'H T.V'II.F. is ih f.undatioii,of
j our etiiiiirciiis business.
! American Plan $2. 50 to
! European Plan $1 00 upward
ISiid for Larue colored Map and (Snide
j ol Nw Voi K, Fre.
IT illy Har.os, Daniel C. Webb,
Proi rieior. Msrr., Formerly of
Chai.leston, S. C.
The Only New York Hotel
I KATl K1G AMERICAN PLAN
Excellent focil ;ood Service
Any Young Man
Standard Drug Co.
i em u yseii witu tine resents. ooiu ny
ue .--lau laid Drug Co. Asheboro X. C.
The Great Cleanser and
THIS PREPARATIOS COX
TAINS THK FOLLOWING
Snranpnrllln, Prlekljr Ash, Gen
tian, Yellow Dock, Khenbarn,
A lorn. W ild C herry, SMRnafraa,
Mandrake, and Dandelion.
and is a positive cure for Rheumatism
Klood Disorder. Stomach Troubles,
Liver und Kidney Complaint, Sick
Headache, Miliaria. Induction. Dys
pepsia. Constipation, Cutarrh of the
Stomach, Nervoie-nc8, Disease
talt Uheura, Kczema, Scrofula, and
Neuralgia. This wonderful medicine
does Its work t.y cleansini! aud purify
ing the entire Human system.
PHll'E Oe and SI per Bottle.
Kvery Uottle Gnarauteed.
Mannfnctured by v
J. T. UNDERWOOD.
ASIIKBORO, N. ('.
Parlor Suits, Reception Chairs in Mahogany and Reed, Bed
Lounges, Couches, Bed Room Suits 10 up, and in fact,
almost anything you can call for in a first-class furniture
store. Call and see our line before buying.
Thank you for past favors. '
RAMSEUR, NORTH CAROLINA.
Or woman, or Husband or Father, earn
ing a fair salary con imrnme a Club mem-
Vr and secure our Nh V M'Al.K,HK)
Ll'DDF.X (V U.MKs P'AXO at Club
price to meinls'is of JL'S7, on very easy
terms nt n-iviii-M u litt ai a time
Ll'DDKN A 1JATKS CLCB PIANOS
cost club members .28" instead of $400
which is the regular price, just a little
more than on;i:.ary 250 and 275
pianos, iu I've or leu joars they cost
much lees - because the are still good.
They are 1 uili to last A "LIFETIME, and
are guaranteed to do so.
You can buy other pianos at or abo"t
$287, but you d.!'t get Ludden A Bales
TONE, Ludden ,v Hate ACTION, Lud
den A Kates l.V.STISli QCAIJTV, Lud
den A- Hates repu utioii. slid in all, Lud
den A Bates sun-faction Our Ludden
& Bates I'iano Club in connection with
our inexpensive Mail Or'er department
saves you nearly -fll'S- worth investiga
ting liesides, we do nol collect balance
due on piano in c.aue of death of parent
ioinint; we (rive von a receipt in full
yon keep the piano in the home. For
particular send for booklet No. 42 Io
Ludden & Bates 5. M-
Some have had SWEEP CLEAN,
Others CLEAN UP SALES.
We Are Having a
Sweep Clean, Clean and Close
Even with unfavorable ve;xthor our sales thus far have
ectk;', fir moft . rnouino expectations. CusU-rners who
e ivxv. lor.'. !..: t-uvts deck.! !icy h.".vo never known
:it:on or.Iy a few
v. e :it:on o:. : y a lew as ioi.c.v.-;:
S6.00 Sk.xc . ; tii.'S .'(. S -1.00 Staves t go a: H
S.OQ Svii.s io go ' 5!. l.0 Corsets now
1.00 Shir:sr.-w at .25. 1 . KO Overall Suits
S;.! and SIO Suits at SS.00 ami S4.4S.
Dry Goods, Notions and other lir.es equally as low.
Come and Share in
W. T. Bryant, Mgr.
Randleman, N. C.
NEW FALL GOODS
Are being received every few days. We are opening
tnem up and placing them on the counter as they come.
ALL LATEST STYLES
Linens in blue and tan. Chambray in all staple colors.
Notions for everybody.
NEW LINE OF SHOES
We have a new and handsome line of Ladies', Misses
and children's Shoes in ail of the latest designs for dress
Asheboro Department Store Co.
Our spring trade lias been so (rood that it en
allies us to sell a lot ol hat and some of th
trlmmiBK we no have Iu ktnek nt reduced prices
We aWo liav.. a new line ol iilov. s and fancy
collais and a'e daily expecting a very desir
able lt of the A neilean Beauty corsets, all I
can be suiKsl. A new and more complete Hue I
of tbe cucumber preparation juM received
Suggests Cool Tilings!
A large line of Refrigerators, all the best known brands
Ranges, the celebrated Favorite 'and Mi js'ic. none bet
ter large stock on han.i. A ran;o makes 'hot
weather cooking a pleasure i vstiad of a drc.dgery.
Mattings, Curtains and other ool weatlier necessities in
Our line of Chairs, Pockers, Chiffoniers, Dining Tables,
Sideboards, Beds, Dressers, Hall Racks, Parlor and
Bed Room Suites, Cnina Closets, etc., simply can
not be duplicated for the price anywnere. Re
member we juve everything in the house furnishing
line and that we prepay tri'hjht to Asheboro on
purchases of $25.00 and over.
Always glad to see you.
Peoples House Furnishing Co.,
8 Big Stores South Main St. Hili Point, N. C
THK VMVEnSlTV COLLEGE
OKHKblClXK, of tllol.i
MRS. E. T. BLAIR,
Ashtboro, N. C.
The lnlver!ty Coll. vnfM;''ic!n. nt Hteh
. mond, Viiuii.iii, icf . c'inu ere !it on Vir, in's
! and the HooM ' liiattifainl'nt s'ltte'iir'. n hish
I as NoiiliuTti CulU'n". nun refiising t.nivu.1 il-. It
! of privilege conceded liecauw- uf "tlie Inick
! BLACKSM1JH SHOP.
i I desire to thank tbe citizena ef Asheboro
j for their patronage since I opened my shop
i here aud assure them that all work aent me
in hlacl siuitbiiig and horse shoeing will be
BOrefully looked after.
REV. H. DAVID, Aahcbara, ST. C.