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TB0 0rary Woman's Home
CMRpA&Iea contains remarkable
cntrlbt) entitled "Why Fifty
Wb ! Not Go to Church." The
autnor. Brace Barton, ha made
fSfdfle Inqulrlea of hundreds of
weinen oh the eubject of church go
lag and haa obtained a inaes of con
crete rrldence of great Interest ana
vfsnlfleance. ThiB article is to be
fallowed by another entitled "Wliy
Fifty Women Do Go to Church."
Other notable contributions to the
February Companion are "What
JHave Learned About Canned
Foods,'' by Cbrietine Tehune Her
riek; "How Children 'See With
Their Hands'," by Mary Heaton
Vorse; "The Uses of Biography,"
by Charles E. Jefferson; "The
World's Greatest Paintings," by
Laura Spencer Portor: "What Is
the Ideal Small House," by A. Ray
mond Kills; "What Every Baby
Neede," by S. Joeephine Baker, M.
in the Department for Better
Babies; and "The Fun of Garden
Planning," by Frank A Waugh.
Lively fiction in -variety of
fields is contributed by Grace El
lery Chinning-, Mary Heaton Vorse,
Mdwin L. Sabln, Myra C. Cutler,
Fannie Heaslip Lea, Anna McClur
Sholl and Juliet Wilbor Tompkins.
For young readers Rose O'Noiil
contributes "The Kewpiee and Ut
ile Peggy" and a Kewpie Valentine;
A. E. Swoyer describes "Toboggam
and Bobsleds That a Clever Boy
Can Make"; Clara Andrew Williams
and George Alfred Williams con
tribate "The Adventures of Jack
In the Cooking, Housekeeping and
Fashion departments appear a great
variety of practical and entertain
ing features. Special art features
and a musical composition complete
a beautiful and entertaining number
For March Term of Randolph
The following jury was drawn
at the regular meeting of the
board of County Commission
Arthur McCollum, Randle
wan; Arthur Ross, Asheborn;
J. L. Hurley, Grant; Jas. Coun
ts, Trinity ;H. T.Wright, Randle
man; W. P. Pickett, Liberty;
Jno. T. Moffitt, Asheboro, J- K.
Coble, Franklinville; A. G.
Green, Richland; S. B. Davis,
Back Creek; A. A. Smith, Co
lumbia; J. E. Farlow, New Mar
ket; E. S. Walker, Cedar Grov;
W. H. Watkins, Jr-, Columbia;
W. A. Lamb, Randleman; B. 0.
Rich, Asheboro; J. V. Caudle,
Xandleman; R. E. Green, Col.
lidge ; E. S. Gray, New Marke. ;
J. W. Yow, New Market; W. I.
Wheeler, Liberty; J. B. Dek,
Concord; Jas. H.Hinshaw, Ran
dleman, John Lambert, Nev
W. H. Pugh, Liberty; H. C.j
Parks, Columbia; B. B. Fergu
son, Randleman ; J. P. Stafford,
New Hope; B. F. Snider, New
Market; John Slack, Randle
man; B. F. Moffitt, Coleridge;
A. F. Hayes, Randleman; W. H.
Russell, Richland; E. Hoke
Loflin, New Hope; J. R. Rich
ardson, Union; M. M. Hill, Con
cord; Lee M. Kearns, Concord;
Vester Moore, Richland; J. C.
Coble, Grant; M. C. Lowder-
milk, Richland; Elsie Brown,
Asheboro ; John L- McCaskiil,
Scott Lineberry, Franklin
ille; B. K. Richardson, Rich
land; J. R. Chriscoe, Richland;
J. A. Steed, New Market; Rufus
C. Cox, Coleridge; E. J. Kemp,
Grant; W. E. Hall, Asheboro; A.
C- Rush, Asheboro; Sam Gray,
Trinity; T. B. Dove, Franklin
ville; M. D. Gray, Franklinville;
A. A. Thomas, Liberty, F. P.
Prevo, Randleman; Jno. W.
Rich. Asheboro; A. F. Jones.
Liberty ; W. W. Lawrence, Rich
land; T. E. Coble, Liberty; Na
than H. Yates, Concord; Jas. E.
Hinshaw, Asheboro; G. H. Line
berry , Columbia; Irvin Lassi
ter, New Hope; J. H. York,
Franklinville; N. R. Thornburg,
Hills Store; S. M. Redding, Back
Creek; Henry S. Kearns, Con
errd; Jack Lowe, Asheboro ;Jon.
M. Chriscoe, Asheboro; Wm. A.
Brower, Coleridge; G- P. Bra',
Pleasant Grove; J. C. Loflin,
New Hope; A. W. Tippett,
Franklinville; J. W. Parrish,
Concord ; W. P. Moon, Franklin
ville; D. F. Filds, Providence;
Robert Robbins, Trinity; T. F.
the tm&httmts ! aituate fa Oon
eonj tear-MM caid cenmCy, bourn d-
4 an num. te-w:
TMet Ke. .. Tfa at eertaia tract
of 1u4 eouUtBtu SI acres mora or
lees' folly described fa the office of
the Regfstier of Deeds of sai ooon
ty In Book 48. aaee St.
Tract No. 2. That certain tract
of land eontatnfng 190 seres, more
or lees, rally described in Book 78,
page 9T et sea. in said office.
Tract No. S. That certain tract
of land conveyed by Irey Johnson
and wife to the late B. W. Steed,
donMs)nlng 6 7-10 acres, more
Ternw of sale. One-third cash,
one-third in rtx and onethird in 12
month-,, approved security to be
given for deferred payments, th-j
tame to bear interest fom day of
sale, title retained until all pur-
chare money la paid.
This is a resale of said lands
account at five per cent advanee bid
by W. P. Steed on the $3,310.00 of
U M. Loflin.
This Jan. 33, 1914.
R. C. KELLY, Coramr.
WHEN YOU'RE SICK
YOUR WAGES STOP
Land Sale Notice
By virtue of the powers Tested in
the underlined by decree rendered
la the Superior Court of Randolph
County la the sepdal proceeding en
titled "Wily p. Steed r. Jno. Bleed
s al" I will sell at the court house
or in Asheboro, N. C, on the 14tl
day of Feb., 1114, the same Being
t second Saturday la Feb., at 12
You know what that means mis
ery worry big bill debt.
You know you can't afford to get
lck. Keeping in good health means
rood and clothing for you and your
.'an;i!y. it is up to you to take care
of yourself. It is up to you. when
ever yon domreel right, to take
something to make you risht, to
strengthen you. build you up. ward
ickness protect you and your fam
ily. That thing we have in Kexall
Olive Oil Emulflon. In offering it
to you. we protect you against nion-
ey-rlfk. by per onally promising you
that, if it does not restore your
health wo will give back your mon
ey without word or question. We
believe it la the best builder of
health, energy and strength you
can get. It in helping many of your
neighbors. If it don't help you, we
will give back your money.
Kexall Olive Oil Kmulaion is com
posed principally of pure Olive Oil
and the Hypophophite. Each has
long been endorsed by successful phy-
fcians. Here thpy are for the first
time combined. The result is a re
markable nerve. Mood pud ftrength
bullding remedy that is both food
and mwlicine. For all who are ner
vous, run down and debilitated-
matter what the cause; for old peo
ple; for convalescents; for puny
children, we know of nothing that
will give health and strength as
ouickly aa Kexall Olive Oil Emul
sion. It is a real builder of good
blood, strong muscles, good digee-
i Hicatant to take, it contains
Bo alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
If you don't feel good, economize
th money and strength by begin
ning today to take Rexall Olive Oil
Kmulelon. Sold only at the Rexall
Store, and in this town only by us.
1.00. Standard Drug Co., and the
Rixall Store, Asheboro. N. C.
enjoy its exhila
rating frosts by
making your blood rich,
pure and active to pre
vent colds, grippe
Good blood prevents sickness
and Scott's Emalsionvnft energize
your blood and create reserve
strength to endure changing
Scoff $ Emulsion is not an
experiment but has served humanity
faithfully for forty years; it contains
the purest cod liver oil free from
alcohol or stupefying drugs.
Scott Emulsion is nature a
greatest blood-maker and furnishes
the elements necessary for body
warmth, rich blood and healthy
Shan alcoholic gulntilatet tmd demand
th genuine Scott m Emulsion
AT ANY DRUG STORK IJ-TI
DR. J. D.GREGG
At Liberty, N, C.. Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ramseur, N. C, Thursday.
Friday and Saturday.
I use the famous Sherwood
system of plate making which is
beyond doubt the best plate
made. They are a beauty and a
Painless Extraction of Teeth
No after effects or sore gums.
Weak or nervous people can hare
their teeth removed with prac
tically no danger.
Cnwn and Bridge work is a
speeiatyof mine and would like
to seeand talk to you about jour
work. My prices are very reas
onable when taking into consid
eration the high data work that
I will ruarantee to give ypu. All
work guaranteed to give satis
faction or replaced free of charge-
Low Quarter Shoe Day
00 TO OTnor FRIDAY and
IlrllLLLIl 01 U
Will Continue Through
TlE have a large line of La.
dies', Men's and Children's
low quarter shoes. Now is your
chance to buy your slippers for
the summer while you can buy
cheap. You will save many dol
lars. For the men The SKREEMER,
Ladies' and Children's College
Woman's Walking Shoe, Auto
graph, Southern Giri.
$4.50 quality - $2.50 and $3.00
3.50 quality - 1.90 and 2.50
3.00 quality - 1.50 and 2.00
2.50 quality - 1.00 and 1.25
1.50 quality - .75 and 1.00
1.00 quality - .50 and .75
We still have a number of men
and boys' suits, ranging from
$1.25 to $9.00. These suits are
the latest styles. Now is your
time to buy good clothes cheap.
ur White Goods Sal
IS STILL GOING ON.
Come and buy your Spring
and Summer Clothing.
This sale will continue on for
several weeks. y
JAMES T. WOOD
, Sales Manager
ASHEBORO, N. C.
MOTHER'S JOY MAKES MOTHERS JOYFUL
Mothers did you ever use it for Croup
and Pnumonia or Cough ? If your ba
by is coughing tie some around his
ihroat on going to bed and see how
quickly the cough stops.
For sale by STANDARD DRUG CO.
and all dealers.
Guaranteed by the GOOSE GREASE CO.
Greensboro, N. C.
Must make room for our Spring
and Summer stock which will soon
be coming in
Dixie Dry Goods Company
will therefore sell Fall and Winter
goods at further reduced prices.
Kere is a Flyer A few Ladies -Hats Mens white handker
10c Outiags all colors left at chiefs at 3 l-2c
7 3-4- YOUL OWN PRICE this week
Boys and Mens Clothing at Half Price.
Come to us for bargaing in up-to-date
merchandise and be convinced.
Dme Dry Goods Company.
THE most reliable lantern for
farm use is the RAYO. It is
made of the best materials, so that
it is strong and durable without
being heavy and awkward.
It gives a clear, strong light Is easy
to light and rewick. It won't blow
out, won't leak, and won't smoke.
It is an expert-made lantern. Made
in various styles and sizes. There is a
RAYO for every requirement.
At Dealers Everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Charlott. N. C
Charlton, W. Va.
Our New Directory
m h cd aiosi Feb. 25, 1914.
If you are contemplating haying a telephone
installed let us know that we may give you a
number and have your name listed in Direc
Asheboro Telephone Co.