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Along Agriciltiral Lines
KANDLEM N NEWS
Mr. :uiil Mrs. Jacob
Greensboro, are the gu
Mrs. Juou M. Mui-hav,'.
Mvs. Ko.-a Trofft'on, wile ( A : pil
Tro-.l.m, of lliirh iVint, 'lie ! J ply
anil v.as buric-il :it Mt. Leou-.on tin
next Uty, Rev. J. W. Parker cor, kut-ing-
t!ie ''l.ineral services. She '.vr.s "j;
old mi' I is surviv
mother anil two si
. I.i.i!; Nelson rais-
'.ear on one a- re this -
s. .). N. Cau.i'e. of Ne
.1 friends here atur lav,
srs. A'rx. aivl Thomas
of near iViiar Palls, spent
villi their .-i.ti'i-, Mrs. .Jesse
Alex., v lio is only 14 years old, en
all lis K'rundtV.lher's wheat crop thi
Mr. J. A. Uusseil returned Satur
day ir.i.ii S'iuh Point, where he had
been :i.vvi,f.isin? for the Kandlenian
Mr. A. M. liain has accopteil a io
siticn with the Peidmont Hosiery Mill
at H:'ll!i Point.
Ms Mapijie Lamb, who has been
very is improving.
Mr. O. I'. Marsh was a business vis
itor in Hifrh Point last week.
Mr. Y. II. PiYkar.l of Hotl'man was
in tow; Satrtrday.
Mcsms. Charles Harrell and Emory
Jarrett went to High Point one day
la.-t we- k.
M '. Wade (."line, an experienced
eleetrieian, will take charge of the
po vi r plant here Monday.
Little Kay Pean, who has been ill
for some time, is improving- rapidly.
Mr. Wish Holder, who received
some bad bruises by falling from the
train some time ap, fell from a scaf
fold, where lie was standing to paint,
at Pomona last week, and the result
was a broken rib.
Mr. and Mi
Cephas Cranford and
Mr. and Mrs. David Ferguson
lildren, Lindsay l.assiter and
Davis, are visiting relatives
Rev. G. H. Christenberry preached,
at the Ikiptist clnuvh Sunday night in
the absence of the pastor, Rev. Powell.
Children's day semees were held at
Mt. Lebanon Sunday.
Mi.es Robbie and Esther Moore
of S.iray, are visiting Miss Louis.'
Rev. J. 15. O'Hriant, who has been
in Philadelphia for the past three
years, came to Kamlieman last week.
Mr. Arthur Cross has returned
fro"i i he United States army.
Mrs. Susan Coitarne. wife of the
late Nelson Coltrane, died Monday at
Randleman and was taken to Ashe
boro and buried in the M. E. eerneterv
SECTIONS OF THE COUNTY
there. The deceased was 66 years old
and is survived by two children, Mr.
Causey Smith, of Pamllenian, and
Miss Janie Smith, of the Handleman
Hotel. She leaves o:.; brother, Henry
Smith of Millbon) and one sister, .Mrs.
Petty Hooker, of Ashehoro.
Sunday evening a negro named
Thomas Mat his who lived about three
pv'es from Kand'eman, was struck by
lightning and instantly killed.
Mr. Zachnriah Jarrell, of Payctte-
vi. !e, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson JareH.
Mr. William Pugh, of Greensboro,
is in the cilv, the guet of Messrs. D.
11. Hill and J. T. Pugh.
Mr. Sam Murrjv of Greensboro is
in town for a few davs.
Mr. Harris K-a::s of High Point,
but formerly of Randleman, came in
Monday with his bride and is visiting
at the home of Mr. Henry I-'ra.ier.
.Miss Mary Matthews, of Poanokc
Rapids, is spending some time with
her undo, Dr. W. F. Matthew.
It wid be well for !he di.Terent
candidates for Register of Deeds to
be up and doing or .Mr. E. O. York
will get the nomination, for he is a
man that does something and will do
something if elected to the position of
Register of Deeds of Randolph Coun
There will be Children's Day exer
cises at Dethany next Sunday morn
ing at eleven o'clock. Special meeting
will begin in the afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Aidridge and children
vi.-ited relatives at Locust Grove last
Miss Maynie Ellis spent a few days
last week at Cedar Palls.
Miss Rosalie Lineberry, c f Mebane,
is visiting in the community.
Mr. M. V. Andrews and familv were
in town Sunday evening.
Messrs. Culiie Redding, Hobart
Routh and Ira and Wi'.iiam Plinshaw
went on the excursion to Norfolk last
Mr. Cicero Davis, of High Point,
spent the week-end here.
The "Grants", of Lineberry, ami
"The Cradle Roll", ball teams 'crossed
e Saturday evening. The score
to 5 in favor of the "Grants".
Miss Mamie Hi'
grnuuiainer, :,iv. J. u. Hi!!,
The meeting at L'ombav closed Fri
.Mr. I A. Rirkhead is visiting his
brother in -Missouri.
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We have just completed and inventory of our big stock and have laid aside many good values
m remnants and odds and ends from all departments of this big stock, and beSng neS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 6th
must close out to make room forX bf?rifstocVwM mereI odd8 and at we
Early Showing Suits and Skirts.
We invite the Ladies to be on the look-out
the first shipment of skirts and suits now on
way-early showing soon, depicting the
and winter styles.
Big Bargains in Mens Straw Hats
We have many good values worth 3.00 and have
sold for 3 50 to go now at 1,50
Big offering in Womens, Misses anc I Children Oxfords white canvass,
gun metal pumps and low cuts.
Mr. Elmer Rirkhead has returned
from Candor, where he spent a week
Mr. Guy Hix made a trip to this
Mr. E. 0. Kearns and family visit
ed Mrs. Jane Cranford Sunday.
Mr. Will Richardson spent the week
end at Mr. E. H. Cranford's.
Mr. Tom P.irkhead is visiting rela
tives and friends here.
The State prisoners are doing ? nie
fine work on the road from Bombay
FAIR VIEW ITEMS
Carter visited tl
.1 Mrs. E. C. Cranf
reluming to Giv
. P. W. White w
parents. ..ir. ai
here last week
Mr. and Mr:
here the latter p
of the week. '
Misses Bertha White and Victoi ia
Hill, of Trinity and Thomasvillo, v
snectively. visited Mrs. H. M. Cran
ford last week.
Little Miss Carrie Reddiek of The e
asville, visited her aunt, Mrs. R. V.
Millikan, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Montgomery.
High Point, were visitors here the !;.-'.
of the week and left for Greensh i o
Sunday to visit relatives. We are
.vavs glad to have our former iv.-i-lents
The lawn party given at the h-ne.e
of H. C. Cranford Saturday night " as
thoroughly enjoyed by all present
.mt I a neat tund w as realized to go on
our missionary tund.
Mrs. J. H. Milikan visited relatives
in High Point last week.
Webb Meredith., who has a position
in High Point, spent Saturday and
Sunday here with home folks.
R. V. Millikan has purchased a
well boring machine which is proving
great success trom the old way o:
gging wells in the hard rock of
We are having extremely dry
weather in this section, but the or. ins
are looking fairly well.
A line gray horse belonging to A.
J. Blair was badly cut in a wire fence
Richard Miller, formerly of this
place, now of Greensboro, recently
visited here. Mr. Miller is contein'
plating going north to make hi.
home. Several of our people are havinu
telephones installed in their home.-.
This is one convenience the Faii'vi.-'.
people are behind in.
There will be a lawn partv at the
home of J. H. Millikan Saturday
night, the 15th.
Everybody is cor
itteml and a good
dially invited to
time is exnected.
I TI.LERS NEWS
Corn in this community is not look
ing very well en account of the drv
The singings at .Mt. Tabor and
Piney Grove, taught bv Mr. .T.-ime-
Jarrette, are being well' attended. Thi '
$1,000 Worth Mens Wearing Apparel
We have just received a shipment amounting to
$1,000 of wearing apparel for men. Men always
come here eventually. Why not in the first
place? We have the quality and the price.
CARRIES THE OLD
Womens and Childrens Dresses
A big stock of Women's and Childrens Dresses
Lnildrens Dresses oo
Women's Dresses g5c
one at Finey Grove will close the third
Sunday in this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hunt and Mrs. R.
R. Hunt were vr--V-r:v! v'-: 'rs :.t the
home of Mr. Je'V Hai
Mi1. Lola Snid-r and si-. ', M .
Pearl, of Fullers. vis.';ed ;,t Mr. R.:
fus Snidei-'s Satvi'day irgl t.
A large crovd :..-."! led he ice
cream supper i,t Mr. Cicero Parr.sh'i
Miss .-Vina Unit, of Caraway, was
the guest of Mi.-s Dora Mi'ad Si'v.day.
Miss Ve'ora Perdue visited ML-sis
Rose and Yada Hunt re-eiuly.
Mr. Everette Hv.nt made a business
trip to Thomasvilie Ss.tur ;ry.
Mr. and Mrs. tvldn- Fieri e visit
ed at Mr. Hud Small'.-. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. il. O. Small spent the
week-end with th-ir fat'eer an ! moth
er. Mr. and Mrs. Je!i" i.i-oohsirre.
Mes.-rs. M. W.-od :rd J. S -imney
visited Mr. Lir.d.-av Hunt Sunday.
WHY NOT IT EM."
Mr. and M-s. J. ( Fm roster, of
Ramseur. spent part of last week with
relatives in this community.
Misses Margaret and Martha Slack
and Ma' or .lame? ieturn"d Tuesday
from a visit '. friends and relatives
near Eagle Springs. They were ac
companied home by M''s. T. N. Slack
Miss Mvrtle Lawrence left Satur
day for Greensboro where she has a
Mrs. C. I". Stuart left Saturday for
a week's stay at Jackson Springs.
Mrs. Ii. A. King, of Star, is spend
ing a few days at the home of -Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. King.
Master Verne Stuart left Monday
for Jackson Springs to join his moth
t r for a few da s.
Mrs. R. R Auman and iiitie daugh
ter, Mildred, of Steeds, spent a few
days last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Lawrence.
Last Wednesday evening at the
home of J. A. Monroe, J. P., Mr. Law
son Fields and Miss Emma Chrisco
GRAY S CHAPEL ITEMS
Mrs. L, P. McMasters made a busi
liesss trip to Greensboro one day last
Mrs. Rebecca Foust is seriously ill
at this writing.
Mrs. G. M. Redding, who has been
very sick, is improving.
A protracted meeting is in progress
at 'he Baptist church near here.
Mr. George Cagle lost a tine horse
Mr. Alfred Allrod raised :'.7o bush
els of wheat this year.
AsIIEl.'ORO ROUTE 1 ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Humble vis
ited Mrs. Humble's parents near Ulah
Little Sadie Pugh is visiting her
grandfather, Mr. A. S. Pugh.
Mr. Dennis Smith has returned
from an extended visit to relatives at
Among those from our community
who went on the excursion to Nor
folk last week are: Mr. Mebane Hen
ley. Mr. Arlie Pugh and sister, Miss
Mattie, and Miss Nora Wocd of Ran
dleman. Mrs. Emma Cox, of High ToinLand
Mrs. Bertha Sheets, of Asheboro, are
visiting relatives in the community.
Protracted meeting will begin at
Spoon's Chanel the fifth Sunday in
August, conducted by Kev. White and
Mrs. Milner Angel Cox will preach
at Bethel next Sunday morning at
COOL SPRINGS ITEMS
The Baptist meeting is in progress
at White's Memorial.
Mrs. Harris roust, who was strick
en with paralysis recently, does not
Mr. G. M. Jones lost a line hog one
day last week. The hog was supposed
to have hpdrophobia.
A summer school is being taught
at Gray's Chapel with Mrs. Ed Siler
rR AN KLIN VI LLC NEWS
Rev. O. P. Ader delivered two ex
cellent sermons in his pulpit at the M
E. Church Sunday.
Mr. Will Barley and family, of
Hoffman, are visiting friends in town
Mr. and Mrs. David Jordan, of
Charlotte, are spending some time
with Mr. Jordan's mother, Mrs. W. C
Cecil Williams, of High Point, came
over Saturday and is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jennings.
The Ladies' Aid Society, which has
done more good perhaps, than any
other like organization in the commu
nity, is now making efforts to lift the
debt on the new M.E.church and will
give an ice cream supper at the Ma
sonic hall Saturday night. Let every
body that can, come out and enjoy the
evening and thereby help in the good
John Cooper left recently for Chat
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Maner, who have
been spending some time at Roanoke,
va., reiurneu aaiuruay.
Mr. E. A. Thomas, our clever le
livery man, has bought a new Ford
Dr. T. I. Fox and children attended
services at Melanchton Sunday.
Houston Kidd and familv, of
Greensboro, are visiting in town this
Charles Cox and family and Jesse
Cox, of Greensboro, are visiting rela
tives in town thi.: week.
Several of our people atemiod pro
tracted meeting at Pleasant Ridge
I-'ianklinvile nine will cross bats
with Ramseur at Ramseur Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Carter and Miss
i ' ""' '"i .'ii -oc. at your druggist.
Our Tailor, August 7, 8 and 9th.
Our tailoring representative will be here n
August 7, 8 and 9th, and we will be pleased to
nave all the men call and examine the fall and
winter samples, as well as the styles.
& MORING GUARANTEE
Odds and Ends in Every Department.
We haven't room to mention all the articles,
wo close out sale a room-maker.
tans, patent leather and
Dixie are spending some time at
Mrs. A. C. Burgess and children, cf
Greensboro, arc visiting in town.
Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin
spent the week-end at Siler City.
Mr. Pressly Moon and Miss Bettie
Wilson were married Sunday.
" Miss Nancy White, of Asheboro.has
been the guest of her uncle, Mr. E. j".
Steed, for several clays.
Miss Fleming Patterson and Master
Redmond, of Virginia, are visiang
relatives in the community.
Mrs. Mary J. Cox, of Atlanta, Ga.,
visited friends here last week.
Asheboro ball team met our boys on
the diamond here last Saturday and
the game resulted in a score of '. to
2 in favor of the visitors.
Miss Lelia Sikes, of Greensboro, ar.il
friend. Miss Self, are spending some
time in town.
The Misses Harrell are spending
the week in town before leaving for
their Florida home next week.
Rev. Vincent, of Cary, filled the pul
pit of the Baptist church here Sun
day morning and afternoon.
Sheriff Slack, who has made seveud
scouting trips through Alamance
county, arrested one of Grnhams's
fairest widows last week and brought
her here and she is now spending her
time at the sheriff's home without
bond. We hope the sheriff and tin's
good lady may live long and happy
Hobart, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Cox, died Friday and was
buried at the M. E. church cemetery
Saturday, Rev. 0. P. Ader conduct
ing the funeral. The sympathy of
the people is with the bereaved ones.
Prof. D. M. Weatherly left .Monday
morning for a visit to his mother near
M iss Hazel Trogdon left for Thoni
asvile last Friday to visit for a
Mrs. Bessie Ellis, of Xorth Wi'kes
boro, is visiting her mother, Mis. W.
Mr. W'alter McCanless is visiting
his people here.
Miss Margaret Johnson, of High
Point has been on a visit to her young
friends in Trinity.
Aunt Julia Carr has the sympathy
of all, in the death of her son, Char
lie, who died in Pittsburgh, Pa., re
cently. Mr. Frank Wood of Marion, is visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs. Mollie Frye, of Greensboro,,
has been on a short visit to Mis. C.
M. Pepper at the hotel here.
Don't permit yourself to become
constipated, as your system immedi
ately begins to absorb poison from the
backed up waste matter. Use Dr.
King's New Life Pills and keep well.
There is no better safeguard against
illness. Just take one dose to-night.
-oc. at your druggist.