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The Asheboro Courier
.Asheboro, N. .0. Oct. 3, 1907.
Local and Personal.
J. A. Spence returned Thura y
from the Jamesthwn Exposition.
Prof. E. J. Coltrane returned
Thursday from a trip to James
. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hammond
have returned from the Exposition.
E. Moffitt spent Sunday at Elon
J. E. Walker is improving stead
ily. Misses Etta and Annie Blair have
returned from Jamestown.
A. W. Davis and N. H. Farlow,
of Edgar, have purchased a cotton
gin and wilsoon begin operating it.
See onr offer to send the Courier
till Jan. 1st for only 15 cents.
. Mrs. A. W. Davis and son. Pearl
S; Davis, of Edgar, spent last week
Mrs. W.J. Arm6eld, Jr., and
Children are visiting relatives in
A. W. Dawkios, of Asheboro, has
rented the Foushee building at
Sanford, and has opened it as. the
Lee County Hotel.
We want 5000 more subscribers
and are determined to have them.
Get as np a club and get a fountain
pen free. See offer.
United effort will secure rapid
growth of industry and population
in Asheboro through the coming
The Asheboro Wheelbarrow &
Mfg. Co. have recent' installed a
new engine, and improved its facili
ties in other ways.
Col.W. P. Wood delivered an
address at the Alamance County
Fail yesterday to the Confederate
Rev. W. E. Swain, will leave
Monday for Burlington to assiBt
Rev. Mr. Porter in a serjes of meet
ings. The last of October he will
conduct a series of meetings at Ran
dleman. Carpenters and Masons are push,
ing to completion the new bank
building on Depot Street. It will
bo ready for occupation in a short
Always address letters and par
cels with a pen. When addressed
pencil the address on mail matter
becomes so obliterated it does not
reach its destination and goe s to the
ceau letter omce.
The Stanley Enterprise says: J. G.
. Lamb, of Kandleman, has accepted
a position in the roller shop of the
Wiscassett Cotton Mills at Albe
marle. Walter B. Owen, son of Bentley
Owen, of Liberty, is teaching school
at McColl, S. C. Mr. Owen is
editor of the McColl Push, a new
weekly newspaper that made its
first appearance last Wednesday. It
is an 8 page four column paper.
The Clerk of the Court has re
ceived the bound volumes of the
acts of the last legislature, for dis
tribution among the magistrates
of the county. The magistrates can
secure one by calling for it at the
ffice of the Clerk.
The subject for the North Caro
lina Day exercises in the public
schools of the State this year will
be the settlement of the Scotch
Irish in Mecklenburg and Guil
ford and other Southeastern count
The magistrates receiving The
Acts of the last Legislature are
required to sign a receipt for the
same in the Clerk's office. They
must either call in person or send a
written reaipt before the volume
leaves the office of the Clerk. Those
who have not copies of the revisal
of 1905 can secure a copy now. i
You can get one excellent foun
tain pen by getting us a club of
twelve trial subscriptions from now
until Jan. 1st for only 15 cants
each. Send ns twelve names and
addresses, and $1.80 and we will
send yon a fountain pen as good as
We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any
caw ol Ca arrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. F. i. CHBNKY & OX, Toledo, O.
We, the underslgued, have known F, J. Cheney
for the last 16 years, and believe hint perfectly
honorable In all busineas transaction! and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
his Arm. WALD1NO, KINNANA MARVIN,
Wholesale DruggistsTToledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tnesystejti. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c.
per bottle. Bold by all Druggist.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
W. J. Armfield, Jr., spent Sun
day at High Point.'
Geo. T. Murdock, of Lassiter, was
in town Wednesday.
Mrs. E. E. Kephart spent Mon
day in High Point.
Col. W. P. Wood went to Bur
lington Tuesday evening.
Thomas Harris, ef Liberty, was
in town Tuesday and yesterday.
Nixon Lucas left yesterday for
ais nome at weaowee, Aia.
Miss Marion Moring left Tuesday
for Raleigh where she will study
music at the Baptist University.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ross are
spending a few days at the Exposi
H. B. Caldwell has returned from
Cleveland, Ohio, where he spent
several days with his family.
Mrs. J. V. Hunter and children
have returned from a !visit .to rela
tives at Charlotte.
A. J. Luck has sold his residence
in Southwest Asheboro to R. W.
r razier, at Troy.
R. W. Frazier, of Tny. was a
visitor in Auheooro the first of the
Read the advertisements of W. G.
Elliott & Co. at Kandleman, an
nouncing the Fall opening.
The Madison Overall Co.. of Madi
son, Rockingham county, has been
chartered with $5,000 capital.
Dennis Bean has bought a lot on
Hamilton Heights, upon which he
proposes to erect a residence soon.
Tom McPheisoa bought a resi.
dence building lot on Hamilton
RC C. Turner returned Friday
from Yadkin countv where ha visit
Miss May Farlow and sist.r. of
Sophia, visited friends in Ashehnm
A series of meetings will begin at
Emanuel's Grove, three miles south
of Asheboro Sunday. Everybody
Mr. A. C. Lowdermilk passed
through Asheboro this morning en
route to Sapulpa, Indian Territory,
wnere ne nas accepted a position.
Miss Jessie Williams, of Asheville,
is attending the Woman s Mission
ary Society meeting here and is a
guest of Mrs. E. T. Blair.
Miss Ancie Blair is spending the
week with Miss Clara Moffitt, who
is a teacher in the graded school at
McCrary-Redding Hardware Co.,
which has recently erected a brick
building on North Street, expect to
nave a macmne enop in operation in
it by the first of the year.
E. G. Morris has traded his farm
of 17 acres just west of Asheboro to
A. J. Luck for his stock of goods
in the Ross building. Mr. Morris
now offers this stock for sale.
Wood & Moring takes a liberal
space in this issue to advertise the
mammoth stock of dry goods, cloth
ing, Furniture, etc. Read it and
visit them when in town.
Mrs. Nixon Lucas returned to
her home at,Wedowee, Ala., yester
day after an extended visit to her
father; Mr. Moffitt, at Ulah. She
was accompanied by her children.
A. M. Presnell has moved his
blacksmith shop from North street,
near Asheboro Grocery Co., to South
Asheboro, near Wesley Brower's
Miss Florence Holton, who has
been visiting her brother, C. L.
Holtor), left for High Point yester
day to spend a f&w days before re
turning to her home at Yadkinville.
E. E. Bryan, of High Point, was
here yesterday looking for a vacant
residence. Mr. Bryan represents
tne Harbee Marble Works, of High
Point in this territory and desires to
move his family to Asheboro.
H. B. Caldwell, representing the
Newport Lumber Co., has leased the
front office on the second floor of
the new National Bank building,
and will occupy it as soon as the
building is completed.
There are evidently quite a Dum
per of persons in this County who
are liable' to poll tax who have not
listed. We sincerely hope the Coun
ty Commissioners ot the county will
take Buch steps as are necessary to
to see that every person liable to
poll tax lists and pays the same.
The two-month-old son of Mr
and Mrs. B. G. Yow, of White Oak,
died Snnday morning after a brief
illness. The remains were brought
to Millboro, Randolph county, Mon
day morning where they were inter
Notice To Teachers.
The North' Carolina Journal of
Education has recently been enlarg
ed and otherwise improved. No
doubt it is tne very magazine every
teacher should subscribe for and
read carefully. The quality of the
reading matter is excellent, and the
illustrations are of a high order.
Arrangements have been made by
which every teacher in the county
may secure this educational journal
tor only 66 1-3 cents a year, provii
ed the club can be made large
enouen. it is very earnestly hoped
tnat no one will fail to take ad van
tage of this exceptional offer, because
the paper is worth many times the
amount required to get it.
Those who desire to subscribe for
the next year will please forward the
required amount to me at once with
the correct name and address. The
paper will be mailed to you as soon
ai the clab is completed. Prompt
attention to this important matter
E. J. Coltrane,
Our Premium Papers.
Several weeks ago we sent out
statements to all our subscribers
who were as much as three months
in arrears on subscription, inclosing
with these statements a letter print
ed in red ink offering to send sever
al other papers and magazines if
payment was made promptly. Laat
week we announced that this offer
would be withdrawn the first of
October. Since then we have gone
over our accounts with the publish
ers of our premium publica'ions and
hnd we have more than two hun
dred annual subscriptions still due
us by the publishers of each of these
publications. So we will not with
draw our clubbing proposition now.
it will probably continue fifteen
days yet. ' Those who wish to get a
supply of good literature free with
I he (Jourier for the next year
should send in their subscription at
once. If you desire this big offer,
do not fail tb say so when you seed
ns your subscription, and oblige.
Address lhe (Jourier,
Asheboro, N. C.
In accordance with the Public
School Law of the State I will give
a free public 'examination ' to all
wh'.te teachers in the County desir
ing certificates, on Thursday, Oct.
lUtn, in tne Uourt-nouse at Ashe
boro. The examination will begin
promptly at ten 'clock, and all
applicants are urged to be present at
that hour in order to flinish the
work as early as possible.
All colored teachers will please
come on Saturday, Oct. 12th.
If there are any teachers in the
County desiring to take the exami
nation for the high school teacher's
certificates, opportunity for the same
will be given on the 11th and 12th.
Very truly yours,
E. J. CoLTBAXE,
Millinery Opening. .
The following invitation has been
received from Kandlemau:
You are cordially invited to attend the
mil.inery opening '
Q. W. Elliott Company
October 0th, 1907
where you will find one ot the best lines of
Millinery and Dress Goods that
could be selected from the
Mhs. Emma Wall, Manager,
Sept. 27, 1907.
It is a well known fact that persons living
in pine forests do not suffer from kidney
diseases. One dose of Pineules at night
usually relieves backache. 30 days' treat
ment $1.00 Your money refunded if not
satisfied. Asheboro Drug Co.
Fourth Quarterly Meeting1, Asheboro
The official biethren of Asheboro
Circuit will please remember that
the last quarterly meeting of this
charge, will be held at Asheboro, in
the M. E. Church, on Monday,
Oct. 7th, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The
Presiding Elder, Dr. S. 1$. Turren
tine, will preach at Central Falls on
the first Sunday evening at 3:30
P. M., and at Worthville at night.
Let all the official board, be present
at this quarterly meeting.
R. L. Melton,
Robert Burns spent Sunday heie
with his family. ,
Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh. Medi
Send no money -simply write and trv Botanic
Blood Hulin at our expense Botitnlc Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) killsor destroys the poison in the blood
which causes the awful aches In back ami
shoulder blades, shifting pains, difficulty iu
movuiH lingers, ioeur iuk, duihj paius, swollen
muscles aud joinuof rheuinutism, or the foul
breath, hawking, spitting, dropping iu throat,
bad hearing, specks flying before the eyes, all
Stayed out feeling ol catarrh. Botanic Blond
aim has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40
years' standing after doctors, hot springs and
patent medicines had all failed. Moot of these
cured patients had taken Blood Bulm as a last
resort. It is especially advised for chronic,
deep-seated cases. Impossible for anv one to
sutler the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or
catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm. It
makes the blood pure and rich, thereby giving a
healthy blood supply. Cures are pcrrauueut and
not a patching up. Drug stores, one dollar per
large bottle, Bamiileof Blood Bulm sent free and
prepaid, also special medical advice by describ
ing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co.,
It will pay yoa to examine oar new lot of
band-painted Japanese ware, cut glass, and
handsome display of silverware. Quality
high, Prioea low. Asheboro Drug Co.
Wanted Teams to haul lumber. Liber
al terms. Address II. B. Caldwell, Ashe
boro, N. C.
We have a couple of diso Talking Ma
chines that we sell at very low figure.
We have in stock a numVinr nf ?; wnrHi
that will fit any machine. Last but not
lean it you are buying a phonograph, be
ure to get the Edison it is the BEST.
Asheboro Drug Co
Beginning with Monday Oct. 14th Dr.
Wakefield will devote his whole time to the
Eract ice in his Charlotte office, (in the Hunt
uilding.) His work is limited to disease of
Epe, Ear, Nose, aud Throat, and fitting
MERCANTILE BUSINESS FOR SALE.
Stock of onnda Rnu tuiildlx.
owned bv A. j Luck. Inventory about
$400. Will sell on easy terms or exchange
for horse flesh. Good stand.
E. O. Mourns, Asheboro, N. C.
To look after nur intxmat in RanHnlnl, nA
adjacent counties. Salary Commission,
Address THE HARVEY OIL CO, Cleve
Mr. John M. Stout, who li
Pleasant Hill in the southern narr.
of the county and was ninetv-eif?ht
years oia on tne 6th of last April,
.till 1 J ! V J
jo sum umc, uearij aim acuve, ana
is able to do considerable work yet.
He commenced Dullinc fodder fast
week and the first day pulled and
tied np fortv-eitrht bundles almost
as much as a man of a fourth or
fifth of his vears would do Ala
The Popular Store of the Shopping Public
is what we are makingk this store. It is the popular resort of the ladies desiring the
latest and best quality in Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc., as well as the resort of
those desiring comfortably furhished homes at little cost.,
RFfiAIKF we offer only dependable merchandise at the lowest possible cost and
ULUrtUOL any thing you buy is backed by our guarantee -"satisfaction or money
refunded." With our entire store filled with up-to-date new goods, it's now time to
take thought for your Fall needs. Visit our store often and keep posted on the new-'
est styles, fabrics and colors.
The Following Values Encourage Immediate
The second floor of our
large building is filled with
Furniture in sets and odd
pidS'H for every room
in the home. The line is
the product of the most re
liaDle manufacturers, and
was bought with an eye to
beautifying your borne at a
Cost within your reach.
Bedroom Suits $12.50, 18.50,
25.00,30.00, 40.00, 50 00. We
carry tbese in stock but can secure
on short notice ; handsomer sets
still at $100.00 or more.
Couches in Leather, f 10.00 to
20.06 each.j None handsomer.
Couches in Velour, $7.50 to
Dining Extension Tables, good
values at $5 50, 10.00, 12.00, 20
SideWids, 12.50, 25.00 and
Kitchen Cabinets, 9.00.
Kitchen Safes, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00,
7.50 and 10.00
Odd Dressers. 4.50, 7.50, 10.00,
12.00, 15 00and2"00.
Iron Beds, 5 00, 8.00, 12.P0,
Rockqrs, $1 .00 to 10 00
MattiesHPs, a fair quality, at
2,00 to 5.00
Felt Mattresses, the best at 5.75
7.50,9 00,11.00, 12 50.
Very jiretty and attractive da
signs at a figure to please.
China Hatting, 35c er yard.
Japanese Matting t'O ami 25c.
Carpets at 50c, Oi'c. and 75c.
. Bags from 1.00 to 5.00 each
Druggets, 9x12 fcet, the well
known Axminist-r at 25.00
Engniiu Drugjrets, Uxl2 feet,
4.50 to 10.00
Hall Drugneto, 3x12 ft. at 7.50
Hall Druggets, 3x9 feet, at 5.00
Colli weather suggests warm
blankets, just such an we are
showing at 2 50 and 6.00
16 button Kid Glov. g jin black
and tan at 3 50
12 button Kid Oloves in same
colors at 2.00 and 2 50.
Regulation Standard length in
all colors 90c,
Men's Fancy Vests, 2 00 to 7.5q
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Millinery and Newj
Wednesday and Thursday
Oct. 9th and lOht. i
Be Sure to Come. 1
Full display Dry Goods, Notions, J
Clothing, Furniture, and New
Goods of Every Description.
G. W. ELLIOTT & CO., 4
RANDLEMAN, N, C. c
S MRS. EMMA WALL, in Charge of Millinery.
WOOD & MORING
To the men who are our patrons,
and, to the men who are going to be
We have other and cheaper clothing
but to those desiring the best of ma
terial and workmanship combined we
say Griffon. It is fine quality and
exclusive style that is characteristic
of every thing bearing the Griffon
We want to say that our Fall and
Winter clothing is now ready for your
inspection. Every piece is warranted
under a strict guarantee, and the pro
tection Griffon gives the guarantee
makes them please everybody.
Suits from $10. to $27. Samples
from tailoring department show suits
made to order at from $15. to $20.
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Autumn and Win
ter Dress Fabrics
We are making a remark,
able showing of the most
desirable fabrics ic black
and colors at the beginning
of what promises to be a
phenominil eeason for dress.
Our buyer has gathered'to
gether thousands of dollars
worth of the most beautiful
dress goods, which finds no
counter part outside of the
metropolitan stores. Yon
can form no conception of
the beauty of this stock
without seeing it.
See New Shades of Brown
Black Taffeta 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50
Blue Taffeta, 1.00
Fancy checks and plaids, 75c
1.09, 150. Just the thing for
shirt waists. Checks and plaids
are the popular fad.
Panamas, 50c and 1.00. These
can be had iu black and all colors
including navy and browns.
Broadcloth, serges, Flannel
ettes, Outings and Wash Fabrics
can all be found in varied designs.
. Children's and
Ladies' Cloaks "
The stock in this department
involves more than $1000.00 and
here can be found juet what you
want in black and tan broadcloth,
covert cloth, etc. The prices of
these coats range frsm 3.00 to
? 20.00 ,
Hisses' Coats from 3.00 to $12
I hildren's Cloaks, 1.25 to $5 00
Ask to see our line of ladies
handkerchief, the largest and l)eet
line ever brought to this section.
Prices quoted at 10c, 25c, 50c,
1.00, 1.25. 1.50, 2.00.
The new furs are mostly small
: carfs with ornaments of heads
and tails. We have already sold
a laigj number of odd pieces and
acts of scarfs and muffs. We
have, however, a good assortment
left at prices from 75c to 12.50
Miaw Knit Hose for men 25 eta.