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BEASLEY AT ASHEBORO
Continued frcm first page.
Mr. I. D. Wager of Biscoe Is in
town isilii:g hit, mother and oth
er relatives and friends.
.Messrs. S. V. Swaim, Ttuonns
Dalit) went to
little and carprl Ifss n limit tli.iir
wishes, and tn. .rpttina- in ono lmrit. Swaim and J. C
after ancthn- h.,rt i basn iii.nn. Greensboro Thursd y
like the frog in the well to get,Ij- Jolla Woclin aIi1 George Steed"
out at all. If a man cannot w.n .Messrs. W. F. Talley. Robert Tai-
the applause of -well dime nocd an eui 10 -Mctly a tne commtnce
faithful servant" in a littJp matter me,: Thursday.
like thin, low run ho hv the1 Mr. Madison Linden is reniodel-
cheek to ask to be continued as a inS Mr. Charlie Doison's residtnee,
caDtain r.ver sfffnirK nf laro mn- .ur.w. 1. Bryant s residence oa
iiient? Naomi street is retdy for occu
"I v,! y0r.' pancy and is an elegant home.
When Mr. Page began to hearj We noticed the other day in
the rujnllijjfs of the uprising in his Passing the Barker farm a nice
district, and read my speeches dwelling house nearly computed,
thowirig that he had done nothing, ,Now look out, there will be sonue
he came forward with a claim of ine missing from the Big Four
what he hal vtted for. I gave him chicken ffarm before long,
credit of having generally voted Mr. Charlie Slack fell Saturday
right when a good measure wasr,ght Deer the cltd drug s tore and
about toi run over him and he broke his leg.
CMUJdrrt get out of thj. way Antj
now, 5n response to my chare of tor
pidity. w&r.t of initiative and lack
of leadership nd general useless-
ness, ue enumerates tne, things tlia
lit. 3. M. Allied of Biscoe came
home Sunday to1 spend a few days
with his family. I i
Mr. Joe H. Brown, who has a
larte ctr.tract cf painting, is at
Jlr. Wilson and others have accom-.honie for a few days.
plislied, a d whiius, "I voted fof Mr. D. r McCrary cf Ashtboro
It." He shows utter ignorance of th,as on cur streets Sunday evening,
fc. eat trust questkn I'lom every an- Mr. Thomas Laiter will leave
cle from which he approaches it. for Ware Shoals. S. C, Monday
He savs that tlie tariff bill in his ir-S to accept a position as
judtmii t, is the best anti-trust bill e eC,tnCr, llnen,an- , , ,
i can icibly be passed. YttL JIr- RpP" of riackijurp, s. C-.
Mr. Wilstii has now pending the hjs averted n pos!t!on as super--:tlatit
n to carry into effect his tendent of Deep River Mill So. 2.
w hole anti trust program. Wlu.t " e welconie Mr. Roper to our city.
pi! e,'.,.K . ,b. ..,, ;i.w;l;r,"&.,b:.c;r,;,K "Sir."
has sittlid the question? Then, tiie occupants were hurt
too, the perpetual Con,gresman ! Sunday. "May 1Q ws, the feratest
knows so little about what a t. u,t dav
h and what legation nece&cary
to bridle a trutt, t hut he seems to,as there were more than a humhed
regard the oignniaztic Ji of ttrug old ladies adn 50 cr 75 old gentle
glin farmers and workingnun, ere- men at ft. Paul's. The church was
ated to Letter their condition, and , tilled toi its utmost and Rev. Oreg
to defend themselves against injus- 'eon w as at his bett and preached
tice. as fit subjects tVr airti-trust , rrom the ltitlv chapter of Proverbs
prosecute m. Mr. Page is a rare k,nd 31st verse verse, "The Hoary
latesn.an ioi a day of general en-jHead is a Crown of Glory if it be
lightenment. ! Found in the Way of Righteous-
luikT hi Lia;s lmn. jness." Messrs. Dr. Wilkerson, D.
i.X the veiy beginning the fram- SuitlJffe, J. E. Davis and Dr. Burn
ers of our constitution saw that if ner were veiy kind in conveying
the masses of the people were to ; the gocd ladies to and from the
be fairly represented in Congress it church. Robeit Fields, Dr. Sum
was necessary that representatives ner and M. S. Sherwood made fine
be elected t'er slioit teims, so they ;talks. Dr. Sumner impressed upon
provided that the Low er House of t,le minds cf the yi unger ones t! e
Congress should be elected every i necessity of remembering mother
two vear-. It w,as des-ined th.it an(1 that those who had lost their
the Representatives shoul-d1 come up another had loit their best friend,
fresh Ircm the people every two I He considered mother net to Got.
years, pulsir.g with the faith, the! Mr- rten'el Hill and wife of Cen
hopes and the wishes of the mass--ifral Falls attended Mothers' Day
e of the people back home who .vertices nere r-una:.y.
were engaged in their daily avoca-
Mr. JO. V. Wooty .p(tK d Su
Qt l nt,(iuleiit if l-exliit 11 Otad
ed !ohoO:V i
iMr. O. V. Wccslty, who has act
ed as superintendent cf the Lexing
ton graded schcol, has been reelected.
LilliBe BelleV uncannon,
daughter of Mr. Ty?tn Vuncannrn,
was married to Mr. Ross Vuncannoi
April 29.. Rev. J. S. Tillman, of
ficiating. The young couple attend
ed Farmer commencement and left
for Eilerbe, where they will reside.
the Superior Couit, before the
Mary E. Cox, widow.
V vs. . . . .
7yrus Cox, Carrfe Cox et a.
The defendants. Cyrus Cox and
Carrie Cox, above Battled .will takei
notice that a special proceeding,
entitled as above, has been com--!
nienced in the Superior Comt of,
Randolph County, to allot dower to!
Marrt E. Cox in the lands of her
late husband, Seth Ccx, sitUEtid iff
said county, and ilie jsaid defend
ants will further tr.ke notioe t' at
they hT required to appear before.
W. C. Hanmirnd. Cleik of Superior
Ccuit of Randdpll County, at his
office in the count house at Aslie-
)cro. N. C. on the 15th dav of
Tun-e. 1914. and -answer or dmmr
to the petition H said cause, or
the petilicrer will applv to the
"ourt for the r'ilef demanded 'n sa'
Th1e the 5th day of May. 1914.
' I W. C. HAlMMOXTl.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Ten cents per line each
insertion in this column.
Six words to a line. No
ad. for less than 25c.
FOR SALE Cole Com and Cot
ton Planters for sale by
C. M. Tysor, Erect. N. C.
tions, and not havtag time .to look
after public matters. If a Repre
sentative stays toe long in Congress
1-e Is apt to lose touch with the
people. And when he gets mo. e
anxious to hold his place than to
serve his people he has office hold
ing palsy amd ceases to be a leader I Fanie
who is always ready to strive for 'sick
FOR SALE Xice 5-room cottage
ill Ashetoro. A bargain to quick
purchaser. Apply quick.
C. C. MILLER.
Mr. and Mr?, r. A. Hayes of! Asheboro. X- C. J30-2t
Greensboro were the guests of Mr . j FOR RE"T x nnH o i,,r ,
Hayes- father. E. P. H.yes, l.et ! uil EfLdt.
Thursday. iiently arranged, near Asheboro. Al-
Thomas Lassiter went to High,!0 w,ant two farm hands, men with
Point Thursdav on business. families preferred. If interested,
Miss Mary Xewlin went to r..- B Asheboro. y. C.
boro Thursday to -ee her aunt
Ferree, who Is very 1
We will pay $5.00 reward for each
e weimie yi 111c cvc umj fcii-n i jIrs xannie Welch, better known and every conviction for everv nr i
back home in his .tore or follow-'ag x , inshaw. dled May 7th son tresspassing in any wa SK1
ing Hip plow. He loses sympathy ;and wag tuijed &t ,, LebBnon cem knds of he unernsiagnd TTn Asheboro!
Bnu uiiueRiaumus. teaoeo iu eeery luesaay evening at i 0 CJOCK. ana eaar uiove townshins and H.
ask, what can I do for n y people Quite a large crowd attpnded the Joimnar the lands of Levi TuMfoi. j
but asks, "How can I do the lead I burial, showing the esteem in wh'ch .Others.
to give offense and hold my office?' jhe was l;dd. Rev. O'Briant con-, i
He begins to
belongs to him
pie. Now and then some really
M'ALISf ER & HAMMER.
and not to the per- jirs. Carrie Brldo'es nt near Mill F.i,Y!L ?LLARS REWARD
b's k Pru.'v . " .. o . i v ' c" 10 ny one wno win
cause he makes
uuio aum rraaay mcrnng, .nay & nisli ovi,ipn i .1".
man hclds office a long time be- The Holiness concrpea.tim ha v. ' carcasa i,a. 1,01,1;., " "
l lace in influence built a nice parsonage near their iled by anv oba unon mv lnd in
j 1 j ,. , r . w. iitar int-ii -cu any vue upon my iana 11
. , pi an . ,y ser,vicc church. They have also bought a Asheboro township. The same re
and fidelity and usefulness reflects "r Ml M b gc,unde,d for fpt;yard will be paid any one who wil
nof ub hinieeelr amd his pec- . Sunday "t' furnish evidence as to who haul,
ft erea'toriJ1 . .Y Mr' own. Ptor of the mal near any publio road
IrvL tT hU Cbnstian church, tilled his regular; boro township,
n of wealth. I l uni.y at U A. mA WM. C. HAMJ
lgte :,receiv- "d116 rhooh t UO and'
Tie. . . ' , ;
Page as missed a great orj-
pcitunity to bbe of
people. He is a 111a
A Hew load nf hnrspu eA :
aw Ttiae tboussmd dollars a year I ', Veu- lu,"r d w suiiroJn Kansas wdia be at my barn
out uf the public treasury, He) has
had a great opportunity lo fctudy
public qUfstiorf. to lead the hpeo
ple.. to stand lor and fight for the
reait eausef that mean so much
for the welfare of the people. Had
this he could have been of xrent
service and usefulness and wruld
have been more than a mere salary
drawer. But he has not identified
"limself with any great quentitm or
ffort, either in State or Nation.
He has taken no part vt all '.n the
great ttrupgles for better education-
' advemtages, nor for prohibition,
van and see
R. R. ROSS.
FOR SAt-A Ford Runabout near
new. Cash or terms.
B. v. McDOWELL, Asheboro.
for his work. The farmers and t
workitg men who keep up witu '
nuMic queeetions know Beasley and.'
are for him. There is a general
feeling of all castes, all over the
district that Mr. Page has been in I
Jungress long enough, and th 1
wagon load of soit-oai letters Ife
is senting out car. hot stop the reel- FOR RENT OR SALE I will sell or
ing. He has not come up to expec-'rent my house and lot on South Fay-tatio-ns,
. etteville street after May 16th. Will
In u signed articl recently W. re.n' only to good responsible party
.I.Bryan said that the four great , wml B,na" "muy
tXR SALE The A. I. Root Co.
Bee Keepers supplies and hives.
L. L. WHITAKER.
things that mutt still be watched
nor for better freight rates, nor . .
for agricultural development, nor oy uemocrais. oecause tne party
for reform in amy lin. nor for any faction depended upon handling
of the great causes that Bryan them correctly in behalf of the
pmd Wilson .stand for. He haa peopie, were, me itanroa'aa wnicn
failed to strengthen his party In his
flistrict and it is row in worse
ape than when h was first
elected. f ;
Xot in Sympathy.
Mr. Page is not in sympathy with
the farmers, especially, in their co
operative enterprises, for he has
done nothing to help them on. The
Greensboro News, after an inter
view with flr. Page on the subject
of the attempt to class the Term
ers' Union and the Tabor organiza
tions as. trusts, said that the sub
committee, of which Mr. Page was
1 member, was openly oppoeed to
any legislation that sought to ex
it such organizations ffrom the
operation of the truet law and that
Mr. Page stood where he had al
ways stood cn this subject. If he
has ever done anyything for the
farmer, except send out worthless
feed at public expense, no one has
ever heard of it.l
Mr. Beasley said that he had
never seen the time that the salva
tion of the country depended upon
his voting the Republican ticke.
that he had never made' a promise
that he did not fulfill, and that he
never told one man oce thing and
another man ancther thing. He
was one of the Wrrt Wilson men
ii. North Carolina, and had a let
ter from Mr. Wilson thanking him
are still opposing effective regula
tion. Second. The Trusts, which
will die hard if at all. Third. The
Money Power, which though crip
pled by the currency measure Is
still potent and in danger of over
coming its good effects. Fourth.
The Liquor Interests, which are
fighting the extension of prohibi
What has Mr. Page ever done or
said against either of these? Ha.
he ever spoken for railroad regula
tion? His ideas on the trust ques
tion are so hazy that he seems to
think farmers' orgalzations and rail
road workingimen brotherhoods
should be Included in the law.! In
all his long years in Congress has
he ever raised his hand or vote
against the sinister subtle and all
trust ?s What has he ever done
agadnet the liquor traffic?
Mr. Page's lamentable failure
four years ago on fhe stump when
he had a young and inexperienced
debater opposing him, showed that
he could ncL. succesfullyi defend
Democratic principles against a
strong and able Republican which
Is sure to be put out against him
Is sure to be put against him.. He
has too many apologies and ex
cuses to make, it is time ffor the
Democrats tot have a nominee in
this district who can meet a Re
FOR SALE Stork f rpnernl
merchandise at Farmer. Will inven
tory about $1,200. Will either ceil
or rent building. Apply to
T. S. K EARNS,
Farmer, N. C.
Notice of C&ariitUcy
I hereby anntvunos myself a can
didate Dor the Democratic nomina
tion for a seat in tflie Sixty-fourth
Congress from the Seventh District
of North Carolina, subject to the
action of nhe Democratic voters in
primary called by the Executive
Committee of the District to be
held on Saturday. May 16, 1914
COME NOW! DON'T WAIT!
BIG SUMMER CLEARING SALE
Going on With Great Success at
DIYIE DRY GOODS COMPANY
Be one of the thrifty shoppers and join the big crowds
that are pouring in daily, taking advantage of this
wonderful out-put of merchandise.
Such Chances do Not Often Occur
29 Days of Golden Opportunity. Who of You Would Miss It?
Table Oil Cbth 25c value
Mens Pants 1.50 value all colors
and sizes pair 89c
Ladies Rain Coats 3.50 value
Mens Straw Hats
1.00 Valu? must go 49c
150 value 98c
2.00 value 1.39
2.50 value 1.69
oc Ladies Handkerchief for
for 1.00 alue Ladies Dresses
for big assortment of Ladies parasols in all
shades and colors. Some of these worth
twice as much as we ask for them.
Calicos, 6c value, 150 pieces at
39c for 75c childrens wash suits in all col
ors and sizes.
Big Assortment of Counterpanes, too numerous to
itimize at prices unheard of.
3.00 and 4.00 value mens Shoes in all 250 pair ladies Slippers black and white
sizes, button and lace 2 89 straps and pumps 1.50 value 98c
Window Shades for 10c 75c Corsets during sale 44C
Children's Dresses. 350 of these at prices unheard
of from 23c up. Come and see for yourself.
Don't be misled by unscrupulous merchants but come
straight to the Dixie Dry Goods Co., on Depot Street,
next to Star Beef Market, '
Big Signs Tell The Tale!
Let Nothing Keep you Away-Rain or Shine
Our stock consists of the finest selected Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Etc., in fact we out-fit the entire family
from head to foot and every dollars worth is absolute
ly brand new.
Don't take anybodys word or advice, but
Come and see for yourself.
Unlimited Bargains await your coming at our store.
Thousands and Thousands of articles too numerous
to mention can be seen on display at our store.
A Sale Without An Equal. Gome! Come, Gome.
DIXIE DRY GOODS COMPANY
Depot Street ASHEBORO, N. C. Next to Star Market
Tvl-Jr! not mac the mistake that other people are making. We are
llOllie not advertising Miller's Store. It is The Dixie Dry Goods Co
in Jas. Miller's building on Depot street
The relat'Kes and friends 0( Mr.
T.J. Bonkemeyer gave him a sur
prise birthday dinner at hta home
Tour auBsort of my candidacy ii , on rtoute 1 h0t Sunday. Mr. Bonk-
aolicited and 'will be appreciated. emeyer had been kept in ignorance
(Signed) ROBERT N. PAGE. ;of the elaborate preparations for
HORSE FOR SALE One good the event, which were being made
black horse for sale.. Apply to Ifor the past several daya and knew
WM. C. HAMMER, t nothing of the "good time' Jn store
Asheboro, N. C. ifor Mm until wto en about 10 o'clock
77? ..Jn "hi ,i- tne guests began to arrive, each
IXXTT -A smill pin, music lyre. party Mnglng a Dasket of vland8
with initials B. B. A., on street be- f0r the table which wu sixty feet
tween Central Hotel) and Dr. M. L. long and built in the yard in the
Fox's residence. Finder please re- Bhade 04 m terse trees. The
turn to Miss Bonnie Auman. ,more tian hundred men. wo-
I men and children made a jolly par
mn sat-p ty. and all appeared to) enjoy thetm-
r. . . . ; selves greatly. Everyone had enoup
--p. -uuu ou o.u. to eat and le(ft enoughl on the ta
oats, good quality, for feed or seed; bl to satisfy as many more.
Come get 'em. R. h. Henley. Besides Mr.. Bonkemeyer'e neigh
Radleman, Rt.No. 2 oorB 41 number from Asheboro and
' the following from a distance at-
FOR SALE One Webster's Un- tended; Mr. Hohn end family from
abridged Dictionary, with Supple- near High Point, Mr. Jamesi Bonk
ment. 1850 pages, price 5. Apply emeyer from Jonesboro, Mr. Cai-
ta The Courier. i i tson Wlnnlngrlam from Carnwtl
Hon. K. F. Deaslftr in TlKiiavf.lel.
Hon. R. F.' Beasley. who lis a
candidate for Congress against R.
N. Page, made a speech in Thomas
ville last Saturday night. Mr. Beas
ey is an eloquent speaker and hia
speech made many votes for him.
The majority of the Democratic vot
era in and around Thomasvlue
want to eee Mr. Beasley nominat
ed. Mr. page has never been"lhe
author of any important legislation
off a national! character and. about
the only tbing that he should boast
of is that he has for 12 years been
in Congress and has planted dov n
in his pocket about one hundred
thousand dolls rs In the way of sal
ary and allowances. , ' x.
LiUian Lenten was arrested at
Lees, England, and sentenced to on
year In prison for setting fire to
Westfield House, Doncaster. last
June. When the sentence was pro
nounced the suffragette, 'create
quite a disturbance. -
jMro. EMettott VnAft-aiafcth (Of EUrte
Mrs.Everett Vuncannon.of Ellerbe-
was badly burned last week In her
kitchen when she turned over a can
o' kerosene oil, a part of it gotig
on her clothing, the other on the-
stove. There was fire in the stove. ,
the oil Ignited and Instantly; burned'
Mrs. Vnncannon. Her burns were
painful but her condition la Im
Mr. J. J. Kctifc)t afj PttxilMiDb Car.
den Killed by Ty. J
Mr. J. J. Ken net t, son of John
C. Kennett of Pleasant Garden, was
kULed while on nn Atlantic Coast
Line train last Saturday. Mr. Ken
nett was brakeman and while rid
ing on top of a freight car he was
knocked by the spout of a tank and
knocked 84 feet.