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NOTICE OF LAND SALE UNDER
Under and by virtue of the powers
vested in the undersigned by that cer
tain mortgage deed executed by J. R.
Winslow and wife to Mrs. K. J. Mc
Dowell on the 18th day of May, 1912,
recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Randolph County in Book
149, page 170 et seq., I will sell at
public auction for cash at the court
house door in Asheboro, N. C, on
Saturday, the 8th day of August, 1914,
at 12 o'clock, M.,.the following lands
situate in New Market township,
Randolph county, North Carolina,
bounded as follows, to-wit:
Tract No. 1. Beginning at a stake
near barn, thence N 62 deg. East 28
poles to post oak, thence N 87 Vfe deg.
east 22 poles to a stake, thence S 3
(leg. east 14 poles to stake thence N
80 deg. east 41 poles to white oak
near road in original line, thence N on
said line 67 poles to black oak, origi
nal corner, thence west on Newlin's
line 82 poles to stake in said line,
thence S 12 deg. west 85 poles to be
ginning corner, containing 41 acres
more or less.
Tract No. 2. Beginning at a stake,
thence N 62 deg east 38 poles to a post
oak, thence N 87 deg. east 22 poles
to stone, thence south 68 deg east 14
poles to stone, thence north 80 deg.
east 41 poles to white oak neas Mad,
thence S to oak, original ctt Vr,
thence west 117 poles to a stone,
thence 30 poles to the beginning, con
taining 25 acres, more or less.
This sale is made under the power
contained in p'.1 mortgage empower
ing the i" i to make sale of
said la" . le event of default be
ing m; ie i payment of the indebt
edness secured; said default
having bee.. i- .his sale is accord
ingly made unaer the said power.
This July 2, 1914.
mrs. k. j. Mcdowell,
Having qualified as Extr. on the es
tate of D. Stanton Davis, deceased,
before W. C. Hammond, Clerk of the
Superior Court of Randolph County,
all persons having claims against said
estate are notified to present them to
the undersigned.duly verified,on or be
fore the 1st day of August, 1915, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery; and all persons owing
said estate will come forward and
make immediate settlement.
This 28th day of July, 1914.
A. E. DAVIS,
W. S. DAVIS, Extrs.
HAVING QUALIFIED as Executor
on the estate of D. H. Miller, deceas
ed, before W. C. HAMMOND, Clerk
of the Superior Court of Randolph
County I shall sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, en the
premises on 2nd day of August, 1914,
one horse, two buggies, two wagons,
one set one horse wagon harness one
set of buggy harness a lot of farming
tools, a lot of household and kitchen
furniture and other articles too tedi
ous to mention.
All persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the the undersigned, duly ver
ified, or or before the 18th day of
July, 1915 or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery; and all
persons owing said estate will come
forward and make immediate settle
ment. This 1th day of July 1914,
T. L. MILLER.
Pipe, N. C.
HAVING QUALIFIED as Admin
istrator on the estate of Solomon Wil
liams, deceased, before W. C. Ham
mond, Clerk of the Superior Court of
All persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly verified,
on or bafore the 11th day of July, 1915.
or this notice will be pleaded in bar cf
recovery; and all persons owing said
estate vwill come forward and make
This 7th day of July, 1914.
D. W. McCARX, Admr.
Seagrove, N. C. R. F. D. No. 1.
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To the voters of Randolph county
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Regis
ter of Deede, subject to the Demo
cratic primaries of Randolph coun
ty. E. O. YORK.
I hereby announce that" I eha;l
he a canJldate for the office of
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Randolnh rountv. subject to the
decision of the Democratic primary
In August next. If nominated and
elected I promise to do my duty to
tbe best of my ability ana wun
courtesy and fairness to ail wno
have dealings with the office;'
J. M. CAVENESS,
Crteridge. N. C. May 25, 1914
that I shall be
TAiAat tnr tha nffic of Clerk of
the Superior Court of Randolph coun-
I Li.. t U JatAn rt tha Horn.
ocratic primary in Augu n-- "
nominated and elected, I promise to
Avnt mv antira time to the office and
Wo my duty to the best of my ability,
with courtesy ana lairness io uu wuu
have dealings with the office.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Subject to the Democratic voters of
Randolph county, I hereby ask them
to kindly consider me a candidate for
County Treasurer, at the primaries
to be held Augucst 8th,1914.
L. C. PHILLIPS.
HELPLESS AS BABY
Down in Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, VV. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle EtTIPV nf thic nlaro cone. 1
lered lor 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for if, but with
out I Cliffprprl cn mr m,..u
that 1 became down in mind, and as help-
icos aa d odoy. i was in me worst kind
of shape, was unable to do any work.
I began taking Carduf, the woman's
tontc, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years old, but feel as
good as I did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
tnV mind, and I pp it mv rintu tn cntif
in its favor. I wish I had some power
uvcr puur, suiiering women, ana couia
make them know the good it would do
If VOU Suffer from nnv nf tha oMmenta
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been hplnincr u'aalr wnman fnr
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.
Advisory Dent.. Chatianooga, Tenn.. for Social
J1"""" on your case and 64-pag book. ' Homa
TreaUnent lor Women." in plain wrapper. W.C. 131
THE HUMOROUS SIDE OF LIFE
As you may have noticed, when a
man is arrested for a crime, the news
papers seldom refer to him as a crim
inal until he has been tried and con
victed. Before the trial they speak of
him as "the alleged criminal."
There was once a green reporter
who broke that rule, and was called
down by the city editor. The c. e. said
in part: "Never call a murderer a
murderer until the jury makes him
one. Always use the expression, 'al
leged,' or say 'the so-called,' or 'the
suposed.' Don't forget this now, or
there'll be a bright young newspaper
man out of a job."
The reporter did not forget.
A day or so later he was sent out
to cover a social affair. The story he
wrote read as follows:
"It is understood that Mrs. Brown,
the alleged wife of Rev. H. T. Brown,
the so-called preacher, gave what was
suposed to be an enjoyable tea at
the place that is understood to be her
home, yesterday afternoon. It is ru
mored, that so-called ice cream was
served with a substance supposed to
be cake. It is understood that the
hostess' aleged figure was suspected
of being clothed in a so-called taffeta
gown of elaborate design. Rumor has
it that the guests were attired in
gowns suposed to be in the height of
fashion. So-called music was render
ed by Miss Brown, the supposed
daughter of the hostess."
The copy reader was drunk and let
the story through. Three minutes af
ter the paper was on the streets a
bright young newspaper man leaped
from a third-story window and lit a
running, followed by the fervid curses
and blistering epithets of a frantic
c. e. Fountain Inn Tribune.
The Canadian Northern Railway
Company will spend about fifteen mil
lion dollars in the region of Alberta,
Alta., this year.
HOW TO GET STRENGTH
after any sickness is purely a matter of
nourishment, whether the attack was
an ordinary cold or severe illness; the
weakened forces cannot repulse disease
germs, and this is why a Mape is so
often fatal or why chrouic weakness often
Restoring strength to millions of r et .;le
for forty years has proven the real need
for taking Scott's Emulsion after any
sickness; nothing equals it nothing
compares with it. Its pure, medicinal
nourishment, free from alcohol or opiates,
promptly creates rich blood, strengthens
the nerves and lungs to avert tuberculosis.
I "My, my, Jacob," said Steinberg,
"that is a beautiful diamond you have
in your pin. How much did it cost:
"I paid $1,000," replied Jacob.
A thousand dollars! Uoort gra
cious, ezclaimed fcteinberg. hy
didn't know you were worth so much
! "Well, you see," exclaimed Jacob,
"my uncle Isaac died and loft $1,000
for a stone to his memory. I was the
executor, and this is the stone."
Postman Bad "luck, Mr. Doolan!
Here's a black-edged letter for you.
Mr. Doolan It's me poor brother
Pat dead. Oo'd know his hand-writin
anywhere. Liverpool Mercury.
"Why do you sign your name No
rah?" asked the teacher of one of trie
Chinese boys in his class. "Don't you
that Norah is a girl's name?"
"Oh, no," was the reply. "Norah is
the name of the famous American
who built the ark." Youth's Com
panion. Stout Old Gentleman I say, what
are you two children following me
One of Them Please, Sir, mother
told me to take Tommie for a nice
long walk and be sure and keep him
in the shade. Boston Transcript.
He was a college professor, greatly
beloved because of his kind heart, but
with the common scholastic failing of
being very absent-minded. He visit
ed his married niece and listened to
her praise of her first-born. When
she paused for breath, the professor
felt that he must say something.
"Can the little fellow walk; he
asked with every appearance of interest.
'Walk?" cried the mother indig
nantly. "Why he's been walking now
for five months."
"Dear me," exclaimed the profesor,
again relapsing into abstraction.
What a long way he must have
gone." Ladies' Home Journal.
Professor (discussing organic and
inorganic kingdoms) "Now, if I
should shut my eyes so and drop
my head so and remain perfectly
still, you would say I was a clod. But
1 move, 1 leap. Ihen what do you
Bright Pupil "A clodhopper, Sir."
Chinaman You tellee me where
Citizen What s the matter, John,
Chinaman No. Me here. Depot lost.
Joe What is the easiest way to
drive a nail without smashing your
Josephine-Hold the hammer in both
hands. Ohio Sun Dial.
Puzzled diner (to restaurant wait
er) What have you got for dinner?
Puzzled Diner Give me the third,
fourth, fifth, sixth, eighteenth and
nineteenth syllables. Tit-Bits.
The Boston man was proudly exhib
iting the sights of the city to his out-of-town
friend and visibly swelled
with pride while doing so. At each
new object he remarked, "Boston is
such a unique town!"
After enduring this every few min
utes for several hours, the friend
"Lemme see. 'LTniquc' that comes
from unus, one and equus, horse, les,
you are right. Boston is certainly a
unique town." Ladies' Home Journal.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate cf Arthur Miller, da
ceased, before W. C. Hammond, Clerk
of the Superior court of Randolph
county, this is to notify all persona
holding claims against the said es
tate to present them to the undersign
ed duly verified, on or before the 1st
day of August, 1915, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery All persons indebted to the estate
are expected to make immediate pay
ment and settlement.
This the 29th clay of July. 1914.
GERTRUDE R. MILLER.
Administrator of Arthur Miller,
Wood's Trade Mark
Is Best Quality Obtainable,
oi High Tested Germina
tion and Pv.'.K.y.
Crimson Clover is a wonderful soli
improver; also makes splendid fall,
winter and spring grazing, the earliest
green feed, or a good bay crop.
A crop of Crimson Clover turned
under is equal to a good application
of stable manure, and its value as a
soil-improver is worth 120, to f 30. ter
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog
giving full information about
CRIMSON CLOVER, ALFALFA,
and all FARM and GARDEN SEEDS
for Fall sowing, mailed on request.
Write (or Catalog and prices of any
T. W. WOOD Ct SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
"IX A HAD WAY'
Many An Asheboro Reader Will Feel
Grateful For This Information.
If your back gives out;
Becomes lame, weak or aching;
If urinary troubles set in;
Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad
Don't delay use Doan's Kidney
Here is good evidence of their
M. C. Robbins, R. F. D. No. 1, Car
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from kidney trouble."
For sale by till dealers. Price r0
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X. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
DON! TAKE CALOMEL
HERE'S A BETTER REMEDY
Taking calomel is mighty risky and
often times dangerous.
You ought to get along without tak
ing calomel yourself or giving it to
your family, when you can get a rem
edy that takes its place. Dodson's
Liver Tone is an agreeable vegetable
liquid that starts the liver to action
just as surely as calomel does. But
unlike calomel, Dodson s Liver lone
does not stimulate the liver too much.
It gives relief gently. Calomel acts
so strong that it may leave you
worse than you were at hrst, and calo
mel also sometimes causes salivation.
Dodson's Liver Tone works well and
A large bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone is sold for fifty cents by Ashe
boro Drug Company. It has always
given such perfect satisfaction that
your money will be given back to you
with a smile if you buy a bottle and
are not perfectly satisfied with it in
SUNDAY SCHOOL AT STATE
SANITARIUM FOR TUBERCULOSIS.
The afternoon Sunday School at
the State Sanitarium for Tuberculo
sis has grown to be quite an impor
tant and pleasant feature of the week
ly routine. The lesson is taught b'
Rev. W. B. Waff, of Conway, N. C.
Dr. Waff is a Baptist minister, a pa
tient at the institution, who after the
teaching of the lesson delivers a short
sermon. There is an average of from
forty-five to fifty in attendance. Up
to this time no one except patients
and the medical and nursing staff
All the patients are much interest
ed and seem to get a great deal of
pleasure out of the service. The sing
ing, which has recently been added,
is a very enjoyable feature, which the
bed patients, who are unable to attend
the service, get the benefit of and en
joy greatly. A Methodist minister is
expected to conduct the next service.
While the Sunday afternoon service
has been held for a considerable
length of time, a regular Sunday
School was organized in due form on
ly last Sunday. Dr. P. P. McCain, as
sistant superintendent of the institu
tion, was made superintendent of the
Sunday School, Mr. M. F. Jordan,
secretary and treasurer, and Miss
Bertha Bowdon, librarian.
SAD, VERY SAD!
Day in, day out he moans and sighs
And shakes his head in douot;
His sorrow he cannot disguise,
The country s down and out.
The workingman is on the bum;
It surelv is a crime
To make a fellow-being glum
They work him overtime.
And lo, the humble farmer guy,
His lot is worse by far;
It takes two loads of wheat to buy
A 1915 car.
The railroads are in dire distress;
Ah. brethern, it is tough!
For in dejection they confess
They haven t cars enough.
The bankers, too, are stricken sore;
When harvest time begins,
With one accord they'll raise a roar
And build more money bins.
Small wonder that this patriot
Should be so heavy-souled;
A pesky Democrat has got
The job he used to hold
W. Kee Maxwell in Peori Journal.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
By virtue of the powers vested in
the undersigned by decree rendered
in the special proceeding entitled
"Teeodore G. Henry et al. vs. J no. V.
; Henry et al", in the Superior Court
I rV.,ln T ...ill coll at nnh.
lie auction at the court house door in
Asheboro, N. C, on the 15th day of
August, 1914, at 12 o'clock M, the
folowing lands lying and being in
Randolph County, North Carolina,
bounded as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a stone in S. F. Low
dermilk'e line, thence south with his
line 8 chains to a stone pile, his cor
ner; thence west 9 chains to a stone
pile; thence south 85 degrees west
along Lowdermilk's line 10 chains to
an elm; thence north along the va
rious courses of branch 8 chains to a
stone north of branch in Winning
ham's line; thence east crossing the
branch 18 chains and 47 links to the
beginning, containing 14 4-5 acres,
more or less. See Book 150, Page 12.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, ap-
? roved security being given for de
erred payments, same to bear inter
est at legal rate from day of sale;
title retained till all purchase money
This is a re-sale account of the
raised bid placed by O. M. Henry upon
the $200 bid of R. R. Brown.
This July 30, 1914.
R. C. KELLY, Commr. -
Who Can Doubt Sworn Testi
mony of Honest Citizens?
Some itme ago I began the use o"f
your Swamp Root with the most re
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almost a total wreck an-' vas a great
sufferer. The doctors who treated me
made me believe that my great suffer
ings were due to femalr trouble. I
vt,j ho bin', at times 1 v.o..id x'r.int
away and had sinking spells. Finally
a new doctor was called in and he said
that I had kidney rtoubte and gave me
..udkiiiv.', nf v.ViL'h 1 tcol; several bot
tles. I obtained some relief from this,
but 1 was getting weaker all the time.
I could not sleep and suffered so much
pain that my husband and children
had to lift me in and out of bed. Af
ter this two friends sent me word to
try Swamp Root which I did, and I am
glad to state that the first dose gave
me great relief. After taking the
third dose I was helped into bed and
slept half of the night.
I took several bottles of Swamp
Root and I feel that I owe my life to
this wonderful remedy. The two fam
ily doctors said that I could not live
three months. I would have to be
helped in and out of bed ten to twenty
times every night. After taking Dr.
Kilmer s Swamp Root for two days I
was entirely free from getting up and
could sleep soundly.
MRS. D. E. H1LE51AN,
Tunnelton, W. Va.
Personally appeared before me.this
11th of September, 1909, Mrs, D. E.
Hileman, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
same is true true in substance and in
JOSEPH A. MILLER,
Dr. Kilmer A Co.,
Blngliamtou, N. Y,
Prove What Swampt Root Will Do
. For You
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You will also receive a booklet of val
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kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure and mention the Asheboro
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al drug stores.
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