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GOOD ROADS WORK
IN EVERY STATE.
The United States department of
agriculture is opening a campaign
for the improvement of roads
throughout the country, lhe de
partment intends toraise the standard
of the roads with every state equal, if
not surpass, the standard which
prevails in New Jersey and Massa
chusetts, said to be the highest in
In a letter on the subject just is
sued by the department the plans
are outlined in detail.
F. II. Hyatt said yesterday in re
gard to the letter that it is just
along these lines that the South
Carolina Good lioads Association is
now working and the same idea was
expressed at the Kichland meeting
a few days ago. "What 's needed
more than anything else," said Mr.
Hyatt, "is wider roads, kept in bet
"All of the roads leading out of
Columbia ate too narrow and when
you tb'v!: that t'ohimbia will short
ly b i :.'y t!:;it will include- every
part :'. linn Claire and Waverly,
you c t' .; :! see that it will never
d) to .; .. narrow hities running off
from '.. . r:o;id s'tvetsof the pres
ent ci v. "'ruHio f all kinds will
be bl ..'..(.! aid if there is any
moveni ;.: i;i in inuie to remedy
this no t tla- tint- tuiturt.."
The 1 r-f t!:e d part.meut of
agrieulti ; is :is fuli-.n. :
"Static'.'.' i recently c )tn plied by
this ollict -li iw tin'.:, n,-i are nearly
2,500,000 r.i.o i.;"p'i.l;3 ro.ids in
this count .-. t,:i'v a stin'l percen'.
age of wbu ii .-!.' i:ii;'iHH..!. Neces
sarily it ie u;:.!iv yc before a
large )h:vp!i ':!;; o!' ii:i- ur eat mile
age will be in,, -nvi it. An .'Xpejidi
ture of nearly f' U.OOO.OUU per an
num is benirf np)lied to the main
tenance of these roads, and it is s.ife
to sy tha.t the loss from improper
methods is well up in the uullioi.s.
"There are certain priuciples
which underlie the art of road
building and maintenance, and cer
tain methods known to many engi
neers and road builders which are
easily put iuto practice. Unfortu
nately these simple principles and
methods are not universally known.
"In explanation of our plan we
invite attention te the following
"The organization on the part of
the local communities of associ
ations designed to bring about an
improvement of the public roads in
the respective counties and town
ships, the,se associations to have a
definite aim and to have sections or
committees somewhat along the
"Committee on road administra
tion; This committee should ascertain
the revenue for road purposes, how
derived, how expendsd, what ac
counting system is followed, under
what laws the work is beiug carried
on; whtit organization exists; make
recommendations, for reform in road
laws, organization, systems, of ac
"Committee on road materials:
This committee should ascertain the
location, character, quality and
availability of all road material in
the county, cOBt of transportation,
and make recommendations, as to
whether the source of supply should
be secured by the county, and any
other pertinent information and
suggestions bearing upon the sub
ject of road materials.
"Committee on road construction
and maintenance: This committee
should ascertain mileage 'of all
public road's; classify them accord
ing to amount of traffic and import
ance; ascertain as to what improve
ment is necessary; the probable cost;
draw up a general pla'i for the
gradual improvement of all of the
country roads along definite, intel
ligent lines, according to the means
It should obta:n data bearing up
on all piiases of road construction
and should co-operate closely with
the committee on road materials in
drawing up its recommendations as
to the kind and amount of road
construction to be undertaken. It
should make a close study of road
maintenance with a view to intro
ducing the best and most economi
cal methods in the treatment of
common roads, and should familiar
ize itself with all classes as are best
adapted to the local road condit
ions. "Committee on ways and moans:
The aim of this committee should
be to uphold and further the work
of the other committees by devising
plans for linancing the association
and for carrying at the various lines
of work indicated.
"The ofliee of public road?, after
the proper organization bus been
inaugurated as above deisciibed or
when rc'ie.ti d by the local author
ites will, sj far as its limited appro
pri tion and personnel will permit,
assign lecturers in such manner as
You are judged by your stationery.
Does It appear cheap ?
The Courier Job Office,
Asheboro, N. C.
Employs skilled labor,
Has most modern equipment,
Most artistic and popular type faces,
Latest and varied stock of papers.
And we use best inks.
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is the number
Beaked from 48 Lbs
CROWN PATENT LOUR
Best Flour on lrth
Made by the
Crown Milling Co
will best meet the requirements of
the local situation, und will further
the efforts of the various committees
of the association by assigning ex
perts on road adiniiiistiatiou and
accounting, road materials and road
construction, who will, ' under the
directions of the county association,
make a thorough investigation along
the respective lines above bet
"The part of the ofliee of public
roads in this genera! plan msiv be
said to conform to th: fo1 lowing
sei'ienne: ( vernin -nt publica
tions, le(:tlirS, e.pcl t 111 VeStlg llioiis,
report an 1 .idvic, wIimv a plan of
road improv.-m 'nt bin been decide I
upon, a piacfie.,',1 iUmi n;t:atio:i of
road building and temporary roal
school to instruct th -lo.;il ni'ti in
the principles and methods of road
"The plan of po-opern'iun of the
local authoiities and citizens is ( i)
organization, (b) working commit
tees, (c) the adoption of a definite
svstem and the inauguration of de
finite reforms as the logical re
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prcviiiiin in tin's
country most ilanyenms Ik cause so k-ccn-
: live. Mai'vsmMeu
Oif -"hs are caused
! in- u neari ns-
VU ease, pneumonia,
JLi. lieai t failure or
iiii; k-warc often
.v., rili i
Preserving The I'all Fruits.
In preserving fruit it is better to
use three quarters of a pound of
sugar to one pound of fruit than the
equal quantities of each, usually
prescribed. Add a cupful of water
to each pound of sugar and heat to
the boiling point. Skim and add
the prepared fruit, with a few ker
nels from the sto.ies and cook until
the fruit is clear and transparent.
Lemon juice is untly added to
pear and peach preserve.
To eight pounds of finely chopped
pears, allow four pounds of sugar,
the juice of four lemons and the
rinds cut iu thin strips, a cupful of
water, and an eighth pound of s'i-
ced ginger root. Let it simmer for
thres quarters of au hour, uutil
thick. Pour in jelly glasses and
Use hilf ripe and half greeu
grapes for the preserves. Heat the
grapes uutil soft in a jar set in :i
pot of boiling water, then ires3
through a colander, and weigh the
pulp. Allow a scant pound of
sugar to eacli pound of pulp and
cook until of the right consistency,
stirring frequently. Then stoie iu
C II A It AIM'I.K .lELt.Y.
Wash the apples and cut them up
small without coring or peeling.
Cover with cold wa'er, allowing a
cupful for every six pounds of fruit.
(Jook slowly for eight or ten hours
in an earthen jar, set in hot water.
Let it drip fiom a jelly bag over
night, la the morning weigh the
juice and set it on the stove to heat.
Measure out au equal amount of
sugar and set it in the oven on
plates to heat. When the juice is
hot, anl the sugar is about to turn
brown, turn it into the juice and
stir until the sugar is dissolved.
After thiB skim carefully and pour
in glasses that have just been taken
from hot water.' This jelly is
greatly improved by being flavored
with rose geranium leaves.
C and 1 Kail way.
S. II. Gardner and family have
moved from Lake-View to Carthaare.
Mr. Gardner becomes depot agent
for the Carthage and I'liiehurst
Kailwav. This new road was com
pleted last week. A passenger
schedule will be put iu operation at
the lesult of kid-
iklfe Uliiey'VrouWe is
I all'nu iltoa.lvance
e l blood' will at
tack the vital organ.-,, cnuf-int; e.itiirrli of
the Madder, or the kidneys themselves
break down ami waste away cell by cell.
l'ladder troubles almost nhvavs result
from a derangement of the l.idnevs and
a cure is obtained qu;cl;e.-t by a proper
treatment of the kinneys. If you are feel
ing badly you can make no mistake by
taking lir. Kilmer's wamp-Koot, the
reat kidney, liver .-u:d bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in parsing it, and over
comes that unpleasant lu rcsr-ity of being
compelled to go often through the dav,
ami to get v many limes during the
night. The miid ami the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Koot is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Koot is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists iu fifty-cent and
one-dollar size Wtk'S. You may have a
sample bottle of this voudcrfi-.l new dis
covery and a liook that tells all about it,
both sent free by mail. Address. Dr. Kil
mer & Co., l'.inghamton, N. Y. 'When
writing mention reading this generous
offer iu this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swamp
Koot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address, Iiiughamton, N. Y., on every
i ' i ujMTinr Cine-t. ' I
tl nUiVf tumi''! uiil luki imtiiv
-i. ill 'I a.- aluvi' liii- I n i'.iim-
i.' M.prl.i.r I ..!,.! of l(iilii.lill
iin- iiiilui'. i'.it iiliiaimv waln ut
ill iliVi'lM tin- ,llH.sil:oll m a
' u.iti 'I in vii. I i. amy, in hji-li
! in HIV tlnil lie it II-lii-
i:..n.,r V. II. .Iii-iin-,
inun i.i "i a'lkim u!,..
I ti'iiitaiit v i.nila r !.,
, illiri'il t i :!; '.ir l.i'i'iiic
1 III t uc ill . i .. i.i . mi III
J ileiiuir t- Ti" i., liimii in i-uii f :i.-ti-.ii wliieli will !
I lie litf.i Mi. cii-rk nf ih.- mi.. ii.,r i:im .,f i
sliM ei ill my ,il Iu- hIIN-m uiliiia In. I - fl'nl:; il;iU
in tin- p'i.n.i'ii ili ii .y lhe in.i'rt lur iln- n-
' Ml f ik'llli.ll.!. i ill I'.'lll llll.
I in- li'.i 'tiy .il si'it. r.
W. ('. IIAMMOMi.
S L, liuihlnli.il Ci.lliily,
By virtue of an onler fit the Siin'iior Court of
Rnniliilph Cmiiity. in tli sNetil iimeeeiliiiB en
titled. I. A. Wall, mtinini-trahir. et ul. npiiii-t
Kvie (Jiliii.T. etal. I will on the l!Kt lnv of
oetl r, lmiT, nt lao'eloek M.. m-II lit the court
house ilnorin tamloliih eninity.'ut pulil i r ane tii hi
tn the highest hiililet fur eusli. the fiilliiwint!
ile.'ei llK'il n'lil e-tuu? to wit: Atriu tof luinl in
the suti'iili- of the town of Sopliia, N. I',, New
Market Tmvnship, Kiiiiilolpli Comitr; Imuiuleil
on Hie north hy W. I Wellmrn, on the east bv
.1, K Kaolin iiml T. N. IlriekhmiM-. on tin- south
by . I. A. Wall, anil on the west by W. I- Wei
born, e.ontaiiiiiif.' about .IU acres more or li'KS. It
bi'iin; known ie. the UeoRie Brooks Wads mid
the 1 in.ts whieh he owned when hi'ilieil.
This the l'.ttli duv of Heptemlier. I!i7.
J. A. SPKSCK, Comr.
Bid AfCTIiiN SAI.K.
On the Uth duv nf iii tnber. Itnir. ln'cinnin at
10 o'clock, a. in., I will otler for sub- at public
auction, to tin- liitrhe-t bidder, two horse,
waiions and Harness, tiuKi!' and butary luir
uv. cows. his.;corn and iced stnl!-. uirniinu'
linplenieiits, liouchold and kitehen furniture,
tuid othel articles too tedious to ineiitiim. The
sale will Ik on tin- premises, urn. mile iinrthcat
of Michtii'ld. Ki'im uilii'r the dab , imu huui- -lletolier
IT'li at Hi o'clock.
.ISO. A. ri:i'si; I,,
M.i'lili -Id, N.C.
Nut UK "K KXKIT'I ION SAI.K.
Hy vir;uc of an c.i'i'iil:.ni issued from the Sa
hT or oiiil of Ihiuiliilp!: c.iuiuy on the eil i.,v
of AuKii-t .a ih. i,i-e..i .losi ph i'iiikiii
iuiu.iM l!ie Ib.iM'i' 11:11 Ool Minim; r panv,
I will .-! I :i: ti i u rt hou-e door on Monday
tlleilhilav m iiilolier llHi; al I -J m. lit nubile
auciioo in i iu'iii-i. iiiu.ifi Ml' c in llii
.taie Ik-Ioiiuiih! Io tin- -aid Hoover Hill (iol l
Miuiiitt Ciiinp:iuy. dccriU''i a lollows:
l o.wil: IVuiniiiiutatii pfiu'ar near the mouth
of ii lais'i- inaiii ii and iiini.iiu.' tlieiu c up the
various eou i ses of said branch si mt I'. Vd deu'ree
cast 10 en;. ins to n v bile oak on the bunk oi
branch, s .cel'scorner, thence ninth '.'1 1-9 dctr
east Hicham mid 70 links to a pirn, in the . Id
line, thence cn-t s chain, and 5 links touu liitv
ouk in Jotin sbiH-t's line, thence north 5 chains
to a fiiue sheet' corner, thence eiL-t on.' Ins line
I chains mid Hi links to a hickory iu 'his line,
thence norths chains u ml Tin links to a black
Sak in the Hoover line, ihcnce west on said line
ot ctmliisand friliuk ton pine T. Kush'scornur
tlicuce Hiiuih II chains ami ;,o links to a black
oak sapliiiK in t lie old line aforesaid, thence
west on said land 4 chuiiiH to u pine, theaee
south 50 decrees wet f clniins to a siuke, tlicuce
wet il chains to a stake, t'lencc wnith 5 chains
but siuke iu the old line, thence iioitnH.'xIcKr es
we-t on said line ! chain. .'Hi links to a stake
now u doKWood. theiicesotiih cr-ssim; tiie river
-a chains to a stake Kichurdsou's corner, thence
south SO dmrcc east croiue the river ill chains
to ii sycamore on the south bank of t'whunie
River in a plaecHherc it laru'c black walnut tree
loiincrly 8 o.nl, thence up the various courses of
saio rivet near north .'! dcitree east 17 chains to
tiie tieKiniiinu, eniitiiiiiiiiK two hundred uud
eiKluy tnriH! (-'Ml acres more or less uud known
as the Hoover Hill (Jold Milium Company's
Has iccm greatly in.:;'oa-e.l hy a re
cent visit to the Northern Markets.
Many Beautiful Things
In Art Squares. Carpets.
I'.i:;rs, SeUues, Chairs,
Tui.ies, ( Liiloni'Ts,
)'( Koom Suites,
Cl.1. Glass, etc.
An Inspection o Our Line
Is su'v to jik-ase.
We iT'ii1. c huyiivr e asy ar .! rloaant
l fcr the : to-i'tci'v; h-y.i ;e'..ife.
I Cmie a.iii he (.;.iivii.e:vh
i PtOFLS" ilOUSt
We prepay freight to any point on the
A. !i A. on purchoses of $'25 or over.
1 1 wras?' Wi-j
M H oney
I V esLking O1"1 the
1 M.etliods Farm
I us pmis'rty is known iisthc old Hoover Hill
old MmiiiK pionr:y in Talicinaclc township,
i is valuable p;'ocrty mid was worked fin nold
S. I.. HAVUiilil II.
She ill ot Kandiilph Cuiintv
Tliis AiiKUst ai. lmm,
Ilayini; qualilied us uduiiuistrator on the e
late of Wulter Harris, di cca-i d. In fore W. C
llai ond. Clerk of the superior Court of Kau-
dolpli County. All person- liaviiu; cliiiui
aiiamst said ctntc arc notiiie.l to pre-cnt llieia
In lhe uiulcrsintieil, duly erilied. on or belore
tiie ;ih day of Sept. I'.msor tin notice-will In
pleu led ill baroi their p civ rv, and all ;'i-oiis
uwiiiit s iid estate will conie forward and n.iki
imiin diale settleinelit.
In -7thlayuf.c.! l'.nr.
SKI II W. I.Al'i.HI.IN.
That is why "TIIE FARM MONEY MAKER" has thousands
of its subscribers in the South. That prosperous section is now
awake to its enormous possibilities. Every farmer, fruit grower
or live stock man in the Great South should be a reader of
Farm Money Maker.
We are making a special offer to farmers in the Southern states.
Cut out this advertisement and send it to us with 25 cents (just one
half our reprular price) and we will send you Farm Money Maker
for one year, or mail us 50 cents and you will receive it for 3 years.
Do it today. Address
FARM MONEY MAKER, Cim-inr.ati. Ohio.
By virtue of an ord rof side urau'c I by the
Sutierior Court ot K.indol;h c mniv, iu a Special
I'roeccdimr entitled .1. A. Hi i ly' and others
UKiiint .lames CoX Hint other. I "will sell at the
court houe diKir in Ahcliorn. N. C . lit l-'o' clock
in. on Monday the l ull day of letohoi ,HM7, the
followiiiK real estate, to wit. l.ylnu and lieiiit; iu
Randolph Counly. unit in Columbia Township.
State of SortliCiirolina. iidjoiinm; the lands ot
Oliver Ward. Wesley York und others, and lviinj
and lieinir ontlm wutersof Suudv Creck'and
ImiuuiIciI on the North bv the lauds of Clark
Pickett, on the I: ut bv the lands of (diver
Ward, on the Smith tin.) West by the lauds of
Wesley York uud Henry lvey, ' contiiininir l'.'n
acres more or less. It bciiif! known u the Zcno j
Term of Sute, Cah. s i
This 14lh day ol September.
ELIJAH Ml IKI'ITT.
SAI.K Mil U K.
virtup of the p over v . -1 ! inn- Lynn old,
SiiK'i'liirCnurl of li;iinl"!pn (''ilii'iy. i it
: i.n. I ii the action entitle., .1 ilia i". Kulli
ihci'saKain! Huxier peacock ai.d ..th. i'
ill uu me -'1st day m iieiob.r, 1 '.t, i; , all
in., s. II nt puiio'e aiiclion t,i tin liiuin -r
fori'a.li at the court lam-e i!i. in A-lu
S. C, the loliowiiw de cnlK'.l real c-!.iie
Cosby Patent Air-Tight Baker and Heater
1 hereby forbid any und all persons frotu etn
pliiyinuor liarUiriui; my luiutid boy, Arteiiiu
shauilieriicr, who left my premises w ithout my
I'i'trii SiiAMiu itiii:it, Mills Store, K. C.
This the ,'iitli ihiy of July, 1IK7.
W. F. )jl)V, ineinher of the Pow
hatan (.iuiiitls, at the Juniejtnwn
Kxo.-Jition, wlioso h nne is at Lex
iiif'ton, was in jured ly 1 einj; throw ti
from his horse one il.iv l.'St week.
His injuries wore ji.iinfiil out not
UK -SALE OK LAND.
ISy virtue of an rtler of re-sale fjranteil
liy tiie Superior Court of l!iinilolili eoiintv
on 111" petition of Elijah MnMilt, uilininislr .'
lor. if Sallie .1. lllair ilece tie.l, uKaii,t m
.1 Blair et al, 1 shall - I at tln Cinii thou-e
door in Aslielioro, X. (' , nt li o'clock M
on the ilith day of (let , l!M7, the ftillownip;
real estate, to w it: A tract i f lumi in Ttim
lv township, in said county, ad iuiiiim; the ,
liinils of W. (i Bio!,au iiml otlieiH, houml
ed as fel! .ws: lieiiiein); at a hickorv on1
R K. Blair's line, thence noilli I I chs' to a '
Htfitie, thence west 1 -' chains hi a Mime!
at the lane, thence south MIL' tlc-js wci
I chs. uud ;!0 links to a si;ee in . K Hlaii '
line, ihenoc eiit 1 chs. and 11' Iks. on K.ii.i ,
lino to a sliiiit", theiiee south 1' I 'J chains to
,1 Hioiie, thencH Konth ,"i ilerH, east ,'i I 1'
chains to a white oak near tin road, liu nei
soulh .'I chs. and Kt Iks to i!ic liceinnint;
cootoi i. i ii L'"i 4 'ie in ire or less.
TKU.US: On.-tliirl .-as, t '. ii,',
twti 1 1 1 1-1 .in ,i credit of i in..til!:., :i.c i
i:l,:;. ,. K;X:.r l,,. .,.! ;,,,,,. I Ml'iui'v
tiieri bir. and the tiile rescued id! p.,. fui -i
er older ul die emu I ,
Tiiis L'.'l'.l duv "f -i I'teni'ior 11107.
KI.I.IAll .MUl l' l IT, Omnr. I
Kirst tniet, known a Miller, v Idsinc land.
In i imi tin at a stone, .lulla c, Ki.lier line, ami
i ti 1 1 1 1 i i ik Ihcucc uortn '.'it chain ami -'C uuk to a
si. il:e. Ihcnce west .'i chain and 711 link to a
siuke, thence iiortli Hi chains and so links to j
stale, thelicp cii-t '-'i.' chains and .'ill links to a
blacK Klim, thence north HI cliiuii- and .tn link
to a chestnut oak. thence east lii chains and -."1
link to u stuke. thciu c oiiin .Mi links to a w hite
o;iii. thcucu east 7 chains and jinUs to a doe
wood, tlicuce south -a chains and -.' links ton
slake, tlicuce ca-t 17 chain-and .m link- ton i-t
ouk, thence south -.'il chains und rm link tun
lnke, thence cat s chain and no links to a
Make in thcsalisluin and A-helHiro rond, thence
-..nth .'lOdcurees west Cham to a -lake. Ihcnce
south till decree- wc-t with -aid road. Is chain
and Ml links to u xtukc.,ii'tlce soiltll 7ri deurei
wi-i w ith said road. I'.' chains and rm links t.1,1
-tuke, thence soutliiir dci;rci's w.-t withuid
10.nl. I cluiins and 7'i link-toa takc, the'ici!
1I1 11 decree we-t b) chain to a iuk.
I In nee soiltll H7 deitreeswcst UU chain to lac
h. rinninc. coutiiiuiiu; ai'rc '11. ire or less.
m eoiul 1 tact; A tract ol I 111. 1 known 11 the
liio'.vu mine eiiiitainuu: ah ml Is acre more ur
I ids Septemticr the IS'h ln.17.
H. It. KINi., I. A. SI'KNCK.
The iiudcriigiied w ill oiT 'r fur alc a'
public nneiioti I' l idav ( h'tulier I'.'i, 1:mI7, al ,
Hie reside ,f .lolin' II ('..wa' d. al Cedar I
I''.,!:, Kandolph County. Ins hou-chold an I ;
k.ii iien furiiitiire, hiruiine uieiisi!, some 1
. k c.uisislic of hoi-c-. , aisle iiml hot". ,
A'snulot oi enrii, wheal, l.av and fodiier. !
S.de will lH'i:i promptly at l'd o'clock. j
Terms cash. I ,
V. II. I.im.miiv, !
Cedar Kails, X. ('. i
I'l is Scpicml cr l.", I.1I17. !
II .vine iiiu!i!icd us executor on 0 -t:ilc i !
M .. l.'u I Speueei , deec.lM'd. Ik Ioic W. C. Ilnm
;r !. CI. rk of lhe Siim-i a-r 1 imrt of Kaudoip:.
. ' are untitled lo pr.-e,l ttn-ai to the undel
.1..' I. duiy u-r..i.'d. be,, re the I '.Ml ,i.;y
.1! '-:rr.'.'..v..:y.'''.t.,! n'l p r-'on- llllvi 'u"i "I
V. til cine l.uuald a::u i-,.ie !iHimli.iK'
I ins iilst dav ol Auk. Pi',; .
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the house, making it cozy. The busy
housewife can cook or bake anything
from light rolls to a Thanksgiving or
Christmas turkey. Still it looks just as
neat as any heater made. It is air-tight
and a great fuel saver. Thousands are be
ing sold. Thousands of housekeepers are
enthusiastic. Fine Cast Iron tops and
bottoms, making it last for years without
repairs. Made only by
UNION STOVE CO., Inc.,
Box 2745, RICHMOND, VA.
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