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Asheboro, N. C, July 16th, 1914
? Mr. C. C. Cranford has returned
. rom a trip North.
v Mrs. J. T. Winslow ia visiting
"riends at Liberty.
t Mr. Ed Mendenhall spent Sunday in
? Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Underwood
apent Sunday at Mt. Vernon Springs.
i " Miss Mabel Fox spent Sunday at
her home in Randleman.
I Mrs. A. J. Craven is spending the
(week at the home of her father, Mr.
!' 'T. J. Bonkemeyer, on Asheboro Rt. 1.
'p ' j Mr. O. V. Woosley, who conducted
!t the Teachers' Institute in Asheboro,
I has returned to Lexington. j
Miss Ollie Wright left Monday for '
i j her home at Lexington, after a visit
f I to Misses Nellie and Mabel Spoon.
j Mr. and Mrs. Hal Worth, of Win-
I h ston-Salem, spent the week-end in
( Miss Allie Vestal left Monday for a
' visit to friends and relatives in Wil-
1 Mr. Ed Hearst went up to High
I Point Sunday morning to be with his
j family for the day.
I Jt Miss Margaret Rankin is visiting
t i at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mar-
j tha Blair.
I't Mr. Stanton Davis is very ill at his
home in New Market township. His
- r recovery is doubtful.
!'. Miss Fannie Newby left yesterday
for Biscoe, where she will visit Miss
" v Myrtle Biuton for a few days.
Miss Myda Wimpey is in Asheboro
for a few days preparing to go to Chi
cago, where she will make her home.
Randolph County Superior Court
will convene here next Monday wich
Judge Harding on the Bench.
MU T.1771P Phillins left last Satur-
days for o visit to Mrs. Walsh Davis
Mr. Gus Hayworth left last week
for Greensboro, where he has a posi
tion in a garage.
Miss Alma Wrightsell returned to
her home at Greensboro yesterday
after a visit to Miss Catherine Burns
. at her home on Salisbury street.
Misses Mary Scarboro and Lydia
Leach have returned to their home
after a few days visit to Miss Bera
'Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fraley, who
have been spending some time in Ash
boro, left Tuesday for their home at
Misses Bera Scarboro and Mittie
Lovett are spending ten days at Da
vis White Sulphur Springs at Hid--denitte.
Miss Blanche Anderson has return
ed to her home near Greensboro after
a months visit to friends and relatives
Master Hal Phillips is confined to
his home on Worth street by illness.
Tie has been right sick since Sunday
but is improving.
Samuel Robinson was in town Sun
day, the guest of his brother. Max
Robinson, proprietor of the Dixie Dry
Asheboro ball team went to Troy
Tuesday and played a game which
resulted in a score of 5 to 6 in favor
Mr. Samuel E. Teaeue. son of W. 3
Teague. of Asheboro, has recently
been elected Mayor of Apalachicola,
Fla. He defeated his opponent by a
majority of 72, out of a total vote of
Mrs. W. H. Glasgow and daughters,
Ethel and wusie, nave returnea 10
their home at Greensboro after a visit
to friends and relatives in and around
The person who advertised for a
lost pin, with G. F. C. monogram and
initials M. L. A. will please call at
The Courier office, as the pin has been
The Norfolk's-Southem special
tates went into effect last Sunday.
Asheboro people can now go to Char
lotte and hack on Sunday for $1.25.
' Quite a number took advantage of
the new rates and made a pleasure
trip to "The Queen City" last Sunday.
The 25th annual session of the Ran
dolph County Sunday School Associa-
' tion will be neid at Liberty August i
and 20. There will be low automo
bile rates from Asheboro and a large
crowd from here will attend. Full
information will be given next week.
Mr. B. F. Hilliard attended the
birthday dinner of Mr. Daniel Davis,
at Glenola, last Sunday. Mr. Hilliard
says there was a large crowd there
. and that all had a very enjoyable time.
"He also says that Mr. Davis crop this
;year is unusually good.
Sunday School at Neighbor's Grove
's progressing nicely with John H.
"Brown, as superintendent. There are
, several good teachers, among whom
re John Pierce.' Fathers and moth
ers are asked to come out and bring
' Hie children. There were 62 students
-piesent last Sunday. Seats for visit-
on each Sunday.
&r. M. C. Spoon, who has been liv-,
' Ing Asheboro for a number of years
took charge of the Ramesur Hotel at
RamsMir, Monday. Mr. Spoon and a
part d the family have already mov
ed to Hmseur. Mrs. Spoon and sev
eral of the children will remain at
' their hone on South Fayetteville
street fo nhnnt twn months before
Joining M Spoon.
Miss Beulah Loflin is spending some
time at Jackson Springs.
Mr. C. T. Luck of Seagrove. has re
cently purchased a Studebaker car.
Mr. W. A. Jones, formerly of The
Courier force, has purchased the I. B.
Rush grocery store on Sunset Avenue.
Hail fell in Asheboro and surround
ing country last Friday, but no dam
age was done.
Miss Lena May Johnson has re
turned from Jackson Springs where
she spent several days last week.
Mr. C. L. Presnell, who has been !
witn nis tamiiy here lor a few week3. 'ish. This bountiful table was a beau
left Thursday for the North. J tif ul sight to look at and when the
large crowd of sixty people or more
The Randolph County Medical So- gathered 'round the table and began to
ciety will meet at Farmer next Tues- partake, they found that it was not
day, July 21, at 10:30 a. m. (only good to look at. but was' far bet-
Mr. James Walker is spending some
ltne at the horne of his grandparents,
v,oi. ana mrs. j. . waiKer.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cranford have tsen to fullest ,f hl mafir:
'returned from a week's outing at ficlent dinner, many baskets-full of
iWrightsville Beach. 8 'fragments" were taken up.
This was a most thoughtful cele
I Mr. J. Spurgeon White, of Trinity, bration these children plannd for
has been made clerk in the postoffiee their father and he appreciated it, and
at Greensboro. ' j although seventy-five years old, he is
T ..... . , still hale and hearty and still enjoy3
I . Mr- T L- Miller of Pipe, was a bu- horseback riding, and bids fair to en
.siness visitor in the city last Satur- joy many more notches on the mile
jday' ipost of life's journey. A few month
I Mr. A. S. Calicott, of Seagrove. was 'll Sl,S"n gaVC theU' mother
in town Mondav nnH pav tL Pn iHpk a slmilar surprise.
wrs. mzaoetn league, ot rranK-
,.mviue, speiii lasi ween wun nar
brother, M. H. Moffitt m Asheboro.
I Miss Cleta Rich and" brother, Les-
ter. rp visitino- Rnss T-owrfprmilW
near Dewev. '
tives and friends present were: I
Mr. W. S. Hall cf Charlotte, is in Julia Fuller, Mrs. Ellen Welborn, ,M..
town this week, ths guest of her and Mrs. Teacrue. Mr. A. R. Kearns
father, Mr. K. E. Pugh. ,Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lambeth, Mr. and
n,- , , . . Mrs. W. F. McCrnry, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Clara Fugh. who has been vis- c 0. Skeeen. Mr.and Mrs. Doc. Me
lting in Greer.-. ihe, S. C, Charlotte rmn- nf 40Wn it r,tinni.'
land Salisbury, has returned to her
uuic in n"i.u' jmany ot the visitors came in automo-
Deputy A. T. Coble of Liberty town- ,J,1s'pWhc!1 Wref seems 1 siniP
ship, and three children, Edna, Floto that Ra"do Ph " improving her roads,
and Plato, were in town last Friday'?1 " doubt will soon take her pace
and gave the Courier a call. Jy the aide of Guilford and Mecklen-
iburg. The best wishes of the entire
The county convicts are working on 'party were for longer lives and con
the road from here to Randleman, and tinued happiness and prosperity for
are making good headway. It is hop- both Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Fuller.
ed the road will be completed by cold 1
weather. .FREIGHT CAB TURNED
Quite a bit of excitement was caus-
ed by a mad dog on our streets last
Monday morning It bit several dogs
in town, which have been, or will be
Two convicts escaped from
nvicts escaped from the
ar the county home on hut
, oneof whom was caught
fcaturaay, one oi wnom was caugnt
on Sunday by Mr. J. F. Cameron. The
other who has about twenty more
years to serve, is still at large.
The Greensboro district M. E. con -
ference convened at Gibsonvil'.c Wed-
nesday and will continue through Sun-
day. The following Asneooro aeie-
o.ntpa ttpnrfin?- F. K. Ashurv.
Jesse M. Scarboro, J. T. Wood. D. M. whiskey as the evidence. Of-
Sharpe, P. H. Morris and Rev. J. E. .te!j.lfied Q they had been m
Thompson. The alternates are: D.JJ. rmed that whiskey was being dis-
McCrary. Dr. D. K. Lockhart and Su -
The architect employed for the
building of the new jail was here
Monday and met with the Board of
commissioners ana tM pians were placed on the gtand th
gone over carefully. A plan was'gro stated that he had b ht th
agreed upon and the next thjng the whiskey from Lanneham. He stated
architect will do it to prepare blue tt.. i.ioj i,i,t viow i
prints. Definite action as to the build-
ins wi oe bw" l"c Ylu'
missioners at their next meeting.
xucy imve ueuueu tv iub jau
The Courier readers hot only read
their paper, but save it for future re
ference. Last week we advertised
for some issues which are missing
from our files. Within a few hours
after the paper came out we had
bought all we -needed and throughout
the day the busines office force was !-?n ftCalT- FeIdsi of Ahs
kept busy answring 'pH&e calls wan-(Creek township, Davidson county is
ting to furnish more. Then as soon " Jai1 ato Lexington, charged with
as the paper had reached. the country ?"1"alas1sau WA Ve,fg le Vade?A.a?,ed
districts the papers "began pouring in'"-r P ? ch',dho lves,witlhuM4r
on every mail till our desk became a"d Mrs. Rufus Griffin, also of Abbotts
covered with them. We regret very
much that we can not take all these,
but we have no use at all for them
after we got cur set of file copies.
First come, first served.
. .. . . ... ,
The Southern train which came in
yesterday morning brought the spe- Xhe Vaden cuuy, that Fields in
cial car bearing Company K back duced her to to anoth fah
rrJAenLim from the other children, and
Camp Glenn Morehead City. The boys tnere the deed was done Her little
Z ' 1J ji "I:: i.u. il-TiC. t. Iu."
home, regardless of the fact that they
have been having a great time down
on the coast. Fishing has been one of
the chief amusements of the trip
Company K is said to have caught 50
pounds one morning when they went
out. This company was organized
three yars ago this fail and as the
term of enlistment is only, three years,
this is the last trip some of the Ashe
boro boys will make as soldiers boys
of Company K. unless tney re-enust.
Some have joined since then and will
not have to re-enlist this tan.
Following are the names of those
who have paid their subscriptions
to The Courier since we last publish
ed the list: J. a. ssieea, rumy u
ry Products Co., J. B. Pugh, N. D.
Nance, E. E. Roach, Thos. B. Parks,
Gillis Goldston, J. M.Robbins, W. A
Kearns, L. B. Frazier, J. C. Hoover,
R. Lee Coltrane.C, E. Steadman, J. H.
Bradv.W. M. C. AllredJ. C. Vivkory,
Wesley Hendricks, M. L. Winning
ham, w. J. Gregson, J. E. Davis, J. M.
Kivett, Mrs. W. A. Coffin, D. S. Blue,
O. L. Yow.G. L. Snyder,Dolph Craven,
T. I. Fox. H. B. Buie, B. F. Gray, E.
B Chrisco. Mrs. Martha Leonard, R.
L. Patterson, J. M. Caviness, P. C.
Cheek, D. A. Burgess, James Henry
Caviness, Ella Staley, W. M. Wright,
R. L. Langley, J. H. Caviness, Char
lie Welborn, J. C. Pearce, J. P. Mara
ble, John Luther, Eliaa Moon, W. C.
Slack, J. W. Williams, E. u. Brown,
A. S. Calicott.
P ASSESS SEVENTIETH MlLEPOST
Mr. Iahatn J. Fuller is Still Hale ami
Hearty and Enjoys Horseback Rid
ing. Last Sunday all of the children and
most of the grandchildren and many
other relatives and Mends assem
bled at the home of Mr. Isl.om J. Ful
ler, near Fullers, in Rendolph county,
to celebrate his seventy-fifth birth
day.. A long table was arranged in the
yard under the magnificient spreading
oaks and it was fairly loaded down
with all kinds of good things to eat,
from turkey down, (or up), to dried
beef , which is Mr. Fuller's favorite
on the culinary qualities of the ladies
present. The cakes were especially
Wif Aft- ,o,..,k,i -
The children who were all present,
are as lollows:
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fuller, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Phillips, of Asheboro. Mr,
Iand Mrs. Frank Fuller, Dr. and Mrs
'g- Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
nrs. of Thomesville.
I Anion? the number of other rV.-
ancj aiso considered'a good omen, thr.t
Norfolk and Weaterit Conductor was
Dispensing whiskey to Negro When
Arrested by Officers
A unique case was tried in the Mu-
nici , court at Wington.Salem Mon.
d , morning when j. L. Lanneham
. freieht conductor on thp KWnib m
a f rei ht conductor on the Norfolk anj
Western Railroad, was arraigned for
retailing. It seems that Lnneham,
)Wh0 lives in Roanoke( has been hauling'
lkey into the city of Winston and
'P,slng same amo"? the co,ore2
PIpi,r J 8 a"est.edt. on a 8earc.h
?ered a suit case containing four gal
,"" "ne 'ol. cas tnat stand
on the street. Friday nnrht thev sta-
tioned themselves near the place to
watcn and saw aa negro receive the
suit case. The officers followed and
neham on other occasiona lnd anothe;
. witness testified that he had been to
I the cab otheT3 who hftd ftlgo
EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD BOY'S
Percy Fields Is Arrested and Placed
in Jail For Crimnal Assault on Thir
Young Percy Fields. 18 vears old.
Creek township. The boy denied the
crime but the evidence is damaging.
The alleged crime was committed
Saturday morning while the girl,
young Fields his little sister and a
sister of the girl, both about nine
' fl0,a ij n ki-i,k ':"
.slslr saia tnat she heard her scream
but that the little Fields girl told her
not to go to her for "Percy said for
us not to follow." Dr. J. W. Peacock,
of Thomasville, acting for county Phy
sician, E. J. Buchanan, of Lexington,
made an examination of the child
and found that an assault had been
made. The boy appears to be in
telligent but seems not to realize the
seriousness of the offense.
More than 350 persons in Rocky
Mount and Spring Hope were given
the typhoid vaccination last week.
Rev. Crawford Jackson, managing
secretary of the Juvenile Protective
Association, is in Asheville and the
indications are that such a tribunal
will be established in that city. It is
planned to conduct the court in a
room apart from the court room and
to eliminate all the police court sur
roundings in the trial of bovs and
S'rls charged with violations of the
Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo for Oats,
Mr. X. S. Loper. Manila. N. Y
Writea; "I j have never had a Cut.
Bum Wound or Sore 1 11 would not
heal.' 'Get a box ot Bucklea' Ar
n.oa Salve today. Keep handy at
all times for Burnt. Sores, Cuts,
Wounds. Prevents Lockjaw. 25c,
at your Druggist. ; , , ;
$1050 F. O. B FACTORY
WHEN YOU BUY
YOU WANT THE
We are prepared to give
' you this kind of
Come and see us
C. C. Kime
J. E. HARDEN
CASH BUYER OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
Asheboro, N. C, July 16th, 1914
It's pure by the highest standardi of
denude test It is made of Pure
Milk and Cream fresh tweet country
products, fragrant with the perfume
of 6eld and forest
We wish everybody who loves
Ice Cream could call and see how
it b made. They would eat twice
as much afterward
Ice Cream is
as iweet as the
drop ia the
depths of the
Not a sickly sweetness, but r&ther
fragrance that please the sense
Eke some subtle perfume.
Our Ice Cream n soft m texture
and yet exceedingly firm in substance.
It melts on the tongue and leave no
It is cool of course but it is cool
b a refreshing way, like a draught of
water from a wayside spring.
Prove all this to yourself at
doner by ordering from the
nearest pharmacy, confectioner
or ice cream stand tonight
But, for year con sake,
be sure it'$
?4moc AH Ico Greats
For Sale by
ASHEBORO DRUG COMPANY
Asheboro, X. O.
I purity7cecream co:
h RICHMOND; VA,
MOST 8AN1TABY ICC CREAM PLANT
j IN THS SOUTH.
- LUCK AUTO COMPANY
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
We conduct a first-class repair shop for Wagons,
Buggies, Carts, Carriages, Etc.
Also Horseshoeing and painting a specialty.
When in Asheboro see us. Shops located back
of Turner's produce store.
Have Your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
Steam Pressing Club
Phone No. 80,
I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder
at my home on the 7th day of August, 1914:
One team of mules, one 2-horse wagon, one bug
gy, harness, farm implements, some household and
kitchen furniture, etc.
Sale begins at 10 o'clock.
A. J. WRIGHT. Kemps Mills,N. C.
A farm of 100 acres, with or without a 12-room house, located in one
of the best sections of North Carolina. On the gravel road which is being
built from Asheboro to Denton, and which gives an outlet to the National
Highway. Telephone system giving connection with the leading towns of
the state. .A State High School, Church and Doctor in three minutes walk.
Address L. M. KEARNS, Farmer, N. C.
Ten cents per line each
insertion in this column.
Six words to a line. No
ad. for less than 25c.
FOR SALE Ford Runabout near-
v new. Cash or terms.
B. F. MCDOWELL, Asheboro.
FOR SALE One Webster'8 Un
abridged Dictionary, with Supple
ment. 1850 pages, price 15. Apply
to The Courier.
HORSE FOR SALE One good
black horse for sale. Apply to
WM, C. HAMMER.
Asheboro, N. C
Central Fall Mills aave started
up on full time and can give reg
ularemployment to two or three
families of spinning room helu
Apply at ence to I i
E. O. YORK. Sup.
Desirable Home For Sale The
family of the late Elijah Moffitt
may decide to move to Mrs. Mof
fitt's former home, and tine under
signed will be pleased to consult or
correspond with anyone who might
be interested in the purchase of
their beautiful and modem home
ota Worth St., the most desirable
residence property obtainable In
E. L. MOFFITT,
Admr Elijah Moffitt. Dec'd.
Have bought out the stock of goods
of I. B. Rush and will continue the bu
siness at the same stand. Will en
deavor to keep the right goods at
right prices and will appreciate a
share of the pubKc patronage.
W. A. JONES.
FOR SALE Good milch cow at a
bargain. A. C. Cox. Ralph N. C. 2t
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED at once: Ycung men for
automobile business. Big pay. We
make you expert in ten weeks by maiL
Pay us after we secure you position.
American Automobile Institute, Los
Angeles, Cal. 7-16-4t
WANTED Five men of real sales
ability capable of earning $125.00 or
more per month. Have some North
Carolina territory open -now. Doan
Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
LOST A watch fob -gold buckle.
A. C. McALISTER.
FOR SALE 250 tons cotton seed
hulls. Address Lee County Cotton Oil
Company, Sanford, N. C.
Caused From Eyestrain
Dr. Julius Shaffer, of Fayetteville,
Specialist in Optometry, Graduate of
Philadelphia College and registered in
the State, will be in
ASHEBORO, ASHLYN HOTEL ON
TUESDAY, JULY 28,
IN SEAGROVE, AT HOTEL ON
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29,
IN LIBERTY, AT HATCH HOTEL,
MONDAY, AUGUST 3,
for the purpose of examining the
many errors the eyes are subject to
and fitting glasses. . , v..
Dr. Shaffer ii well known to our
many readers, therefore he does not
need any further comment.
Has Your CUUd Worms?'
Host children j do. A Coated'
Stqmach ! Palnp ; Ore lee under Eyes;
Pale, Sallow Complexion Nervous;;
Fretful; Grinding of Teeth; Toss.
lng ia SLeep; Peculiar Dreams
any of these lndfcata CbUd! has
worms. Grt a box of KicKapoos
Worm Killer t once. It kills the
Worms t?:o cause of yourf clll'w
ocndUlcn. his Laxatite and alt's Na
ture to expel the Worms. pp:i:4
la candy furm. Easy for children,
to! take, 25c, at your Druggist.