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ems of Interest CtDected bj tsr Wideawake Correspondents. Industrial and Social
News From tie Towns and VUIages What The Farmers are Doing
Along Agricultural Lues
GRAY'S CHAPED NEWS
(Left over from last week.,
Our farmers are in the midst of
corn gathering and wheat sowing.
Attorney John T. Brittain, of Ashe
boro, was in the community one day
last week on business.
The six-year old daughter of Mr
and Mrs. S. W. Foust, of Greensboro,
died on last Wednesday and was in
terred in the cemetery here the follow
Mrs. Jesse F. Pugh, of Pleasant
Garden, attended the funeral of her
neice here last Thursday.
Our genial mail carrier, Mr. Frazier
has moved his family to Millboro.
Mrs. Barbara Routh, who has been
seriously ill, is slowly improving.
The prayer meeting was conducted
on last Sunday nigh by J. J. White.
It was very much enjoyed by all.
Fred Ingram, of Columbia, S.C ., is
a visitor in town.
We are sorry to hear of the illness
of W. J. Leach.
Miss Mary White spent the week
end at home.
Mrs. C. 0. Spencer left last Wednes
day for Kinsley, Kansas , and other
"Jack Frost" put in his appearance
here last week.
Mrs. Jack Ingram and daughter vis
ited Mrs. W. N. Elder last Sunday.
Mrs. A. W. Curtis, who has been
quite ill for a week is very much im
proved. Miss Evelyn Moore i-pent the week
end at Guilford College with relatives.
Otis Urower visited his sister at
Elon College last Sunday.
A. W. Curtis spent Friday afternoon
Miss Emma Reece spent Saturday
and Sunday in Siler City with rela
tives. Miss Mary Griffin went to Kerners
ville last Monday where she has ac
cepted a position as one of the teach
ers in that school.
Mrs. J. M. Reece and daughter spent
the week-end in Siler City the gu-.'sts
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reece.
M. J. Rcitzel spent last Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. G. Armp Patterson
went to Greensboro and High Point
la?t Friday on a business trip.
Mrs. Walter Albright spent last Fri
day in Greensboro.
Pr. R. D. Patterson and family vis
ited relatives in Greensboro last Tues
day. Mr. Earl Bowman, of Eastern Car
olina stopped over with home folks
last Tuesday night on his return home,
from Richmond, Va., where he had
taken a patient to a hospital for
Troy Smith, who is a student at
Trinity, Durham, spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Mrs. John Swaim, of Asheboro, is
visiting relatives in town.
Miss Winnie Crntchfield spent last
Sunday at Guilford College, the guest
of her brother, Henry Crutrhfiolu.
Miss Bessie Jordan and Miss Lucile
Ell;5, from near Ttumseur, were here
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hammer, of Ker
nersville, were in town Monday shopping.
CLIMAX ROl'TE NO. 1
A. 0. A!.".pis entcrtaii
!'! of Hs friends at
;i nn rr. b
V i simper
t sick list.
Mrs. Henry IV-iziov
i'l for y.-p-p tirr.e. Is
Mr--. W. O
t 1 U home Saturday cven-
0 after which a boun-
i Reynolds has been on
Inn tor i
Mrs. P. F.
ciation of the present. Mr. Ader will
go to Conference carrying the good
will and love of all our people.
Arthur Cox made a business trip to
J. F. Burrow, of the railroad trestle
force is at home for a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Maner and Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Fentress spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. Mary Fentress near
H. H. Slack, of High Point, is vis
iting his father, Mr. T, A. Slack.
All our farmers are busy husking
corn and sowing wheat and are ex
pecting a large crop of small grain
Mrs. Emma Philips spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Liberty with her
son. R. L. Elkin.
Miss Wiley Bagwell made a trip to
High Point one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Thomas visited
relatives Saturday night and Sunday
near Melanchton church.
The chrysanthemum show will be
held at the academy Friday night
week and Saturday closing Saturday
night week. Several nice prizes will
be given and it is expected to be the
best ever given by the Ladies' Aid so
ciety. Everybody invited.
MT. OLIVET ITEMS
Miss Ronie Yow's subscription
school has closed and Miss Fleta Fox,
of Asheboro, opened the free school
Mr. Kennedy with his force is near
here grading the road from Seagrove
The farmers are very busy sowing
Mrs. C. B. Smith and little daugh
ter are visiting Mrs. James Kerr in
Mr. Bennett Kidd was taken to St
Leo's hospital Saturday for treatment.
We are glad to hear he is improving.
Mrs. Narvie Clark of Fayettevillejs
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren, of
Greensboro, are visiting Mrs. War
ren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. I. S. Craven is repainting his
Mr. Ernest L. Stout, who has been
in Northern cities for some time,
came home last Saturday.
Mr. Will Luck, of High Point, was
a visitor in town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Cranford, of
Asheboro, spent Sunday with Dr. Tate
Mr. Fred Burgess, of Ellerbe, and
Oren Forrester, of Capelsie, came
home to vote. .
Miss Irene Johnson and Mr. Gus
Hayworth, of Greensboro, were vis
itors here Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Copeland, of Wilmington,
who has been spending some time with
her mother, Mrs. Siler, returned home
Rev. M. Johnson will move into the
house vacated by Mrs. Siler, and Dr.
Craven will move into the one vacated
by Rev. Mr. Johnson.
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED
The first aplication of Sloan's Lin
iment goes right to the painful pari
it penetrates without rubbing 'it
stops the Rheumatic Pains around the
joints ant gives relief and comfort.
Don't suffer! Get a bottle today! It is
a family medicine for all pains, hurts,
bruises, cuts sore throat, neuragia and
chest pains. Prevents infection.
Mr. Chas. H. Wentworth, California,
writes: "It did wonders for my
Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as
I aply it. I recommend it to all my
friends as the best Liniment I ever
Dr. Manor and daughter. Miss Don- used." Guaranteed. 25c. at your
pa, of Saxapahaw, and son-in-law, Mr. Druggist.
t ee WiDionison. of Caswell countv,
visited Mrs. T. H. Tysor last week. DIED
M'-s. Hannah l.each does not improve.
verv much if any. The community of Franklinville is
Some of the members of Mt. Olivet ; f"Hel with sympathy for the mother
Lodge attended Deep River Lodge . and relatives of Everette Welch who
Saturday night and report a good ! 'lied October 24. 1914. He was only IS
time. There were throe candidates years, old, cut down in the bloom of
taken for the third degre. j youth, Oh. how sad! But the rela-
Miss Ellen Brown, who has been tives and friends of Everette do not
spending some time with relatives, grievi? for him as those who hav. no
returned to Siler Citv Monday j hope for he was a Christian. He ex-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M Tysor t-pent pressed himself as being ready for
Sunday in Asheboro. ' i that great change from earth to glo-
Mr. Levi McKinnon and wife spent t ry, and as wanting to see and meet
Sunday in this community and were ' with a loved one gone before. Ever
accompanied home Sunday evening by etc was very much loved by young
Mrs. Nancy McKinnon, who has been as old and was was manifested by the
snending a month around here and many flowers which not only covered
Coleridge. j his grave but nearly all the plot on
Mr. S. R. Richardson, of Ruther-1 which he was buried. He was greatly
ford College, after spending some afflicted for over a year. Was sent to
time with home folks, returned Tues- i the hospital twice but came home a
day. greater sufferer and continued one
until oeatn came and renevea his sut
ferings. He bore his afflictions with
perfect resignation and toward the
close of life said: "All is well. Moth
er, do not grieve for me."
He will be missed by all but none
so much as his mother who watched
so faithfully at his bedside for months
before the end came.
A large crowd of people attended
the burial sen-ice conducted bv the
Rev. Mr. Ader whose loving talk and
touching prayer reached the hearts of
all the hearers.
the sacred songs which were sung
were beautiful and appropriate. Be
fore closing the casket all that great
throng of people walked around and
took a last look on Everette Welch
now cold in death.
The moans of the grief stricken
mother and those of the aged grand
father who was father in love and
MT. TABOR NEWS
The Sunday School at Mt. Tabor is
progressing nicely under the manag
ment of Mr. W. F. Wood.
We are having good prayer meet
ings at Mt. Tabor every Sunday night.
Rev. C. E. Stedman will preach Mrs.
Lula Garner's funeral at Union the
second Sunday inN'ovember at 11 a. m.
Rev. .1. W. Parker will begin a rro
traVted meeting at Union the fifth
Mrs. Cora Yates, wife of Mr. Ern
est Yates, died at High Point last Fri
day niht and was buried at Union
CEDAR FAI LS ITEMS
Mr. Turner .'o''r.s"-n and little son,
Prentice. wh have been visiting here
for some time have returned to their j watchfulness of Everette from boy-!ifr-'
at Grpensboro. ihood sa'd on the above occasion
Mr. Ch-i'o I.'neherrv visited his i "the parting will not be long."
;r.iS'i crek Mimiay.
son. of Brush Creek,
i DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
Fields, of Greensboro.
vl days "itli her sister,
l'i"!ds, the p;,st week.
("on, who has been on the
f'e'-- lis is I'hlp to be around atrain.
Mrs. W. l. P.rower and Mrs. Ina
Kirkman spent the day with Mrs. Kel
ly Pugh recently.
Mr. John Woods, of Greensboro,
spent the week end with his children
at the home of their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Fields.
Mr. A. J. Chamness was a business
visitor in Greensboro Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, of High Point
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Harris Fields spent several
days last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Fields in Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Stout, Mr.
Mike Greeson, Jr., and Mr. White,
were among the shoppers in Greens
boro this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Schaffner, Mr.
and Mrs. Garry Whitehead and child
ren, of Greensboro, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Adams.
Mr. Will Kanoy entertained some of
his friends at a corn shucking Friday
evening at the home of Mr. Cal
Swaim after which refreshments were
rrrrwd !":uhnr on
M-. Pontile N'
vpent . atnrdav nirrnt in town.
M .1. Linebf'iTv. ne are glad to
'' is a' ie to he out again by local apolications, as the" cannot
Miss PH'lh l. in'herry ami Miss j reach the diseased portion of the car.
.lame i.reeiiiove spent a lew nours There is only one way to cure doaf-
i'h Grr-.ndma Breedlovo near here ness, and that is bv constitutional
"""',liv veninf. I treatment, noss, and' that f,A,-
;" ' tv I liouuo'i moved to . remedies. .Deafness is caused by an
Centra' Fa'ls 'ust Wednesday. I inflamed condition of the muc.uous
T. M. .Tarrelt. who has been ; lining of the Eustachian tube. 'When
confined to his room for some time, this tube is inflamed you have a rum! -dues
not improve much. ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
Mr. George Laughlin shucked his when it is entirely closed, deafness is
orn bst Thursday and all enjoyed ! the resul, and unless the inflammation
tne pumpkin pie and nice cake and i can be taken out and this tube restor-
NO WAR TALK BUT
At the Big Sale of
DIXIE DRY GOODS COMPANY
Calico 7c value, sale price perl
50c dress shirts
One lot boys heavy shoes $1..
50 values, sale price 98c
Prices shattered to pieces in all Departments. No man, woman or
child within a radius of 50 miles ought to miss this great opportunity to
buy absolutely new and up-to-date seasonable merchandise at prices that
will astonish you, just in time when you need it regardless of price.
You can't afford to miss this GRE T SALE.
Mens heavy fleeced under- Mens 1.00 and 1.25 best Mens 1.50 pants, sale
wear, best 50c grade S7c grade overall?, sale 79c price 89c
No shopper with the least taste for economy will miss such a won
derful opportunity. You owe it to yourself and family..
COME, BE WITH THE CROWDS.
Best grade mens Herman's
U. S. shoes, 4.50 and 5.00
values, sale price 3.49
100 mens suits 7 50 10.00
values, tale price 4.98
One lot ladies skirts 2 50 to
3,50 values, sale price 1.79
There are thousands of articles too numerous to mention in this limited space,
you must come and examine the bargains we arc offering, then you will fully appre
ciate the wonderful values to be bought at our slore during this BIG SALE.
Come see for yourself. Be convinced.
Dixie Dry Goods Comp'y
Miller Building Asheboro, N. C.
' Next to Star Beef Market
THREE BABIES SCORED PERFECT RST
Better Babies Contest at State Fair a
The second annual better babies
contest held at the State Fair, was m
all points a great success. The exam
ination showed three 10U per cent ca
bles. Of the three babies scoring per
fect, Joseph Samuel Womble, of Car
thage, age Z4 months, was voiea Dy
the judges as the best baby, the state
champion better baby for 1914. To him
was awarded the gold medal offered
by the Woman's Home Companion.
The other champions, who received
bronze medals, are, according to divi
sions: Champion city girl, Annie Spees
Coppege, Raleigh, score 100 per cent.
Champion city boy, John Henry Ver
non, Burlington, Score 99 per cent.
Champion rural girl, Eleanor Ran
dolph Miller, Oriental, score 100 per
Champion rural boy, Edward Joseph
MaCahill, Franklinton, score 99 per
As gratifying as the contest as a
whole proved to be to the promoters,
they regard as of special value the
folowing points in evidence" A keener
and more assured interest on tne part
of the parents; a deeper appreciation
of the meaniwr of the bottler baby
movement, and the higher score of the
average baby. As an exnmn'e of this
the prize-winning baby of this year
scored only 06 last year, but the
mother through the contest last year
Ie: ncl the standard for a perfect ba
by nnil returned home to f ive her Ka-
by the benefit of her knowledge. An
nber mother whose baby l"st year
won a prize entered another prize
winning baby this year.
Let the spirit of the better baby
movement reach every mother in the
117 II f . i i .r
we nave Just Received
"ther good thines to eat.
Ro'an and Clyde Craven have caught
several nice opossums this fall.
Mr. Will Kelson was in town one
day last week on business.
Mary Marley and little grand
daughter, Donza May, visited her
daughter, Mrs. Henry All red, Satur
day night and Sunday.
Rev. O. P. Ader, who has been with
us for four years, preached his last
ermon ior this term at least, to a
larr congregation at the M. E,
church Sunday and at the close of the
service was presented with a solid
gold watch chain by the church and
Sunday School in token of the splen
did work he has done while amonsr ns.
The presentation speech was made by
Prof. D. M. Weatherly, who touching
ly referred to Mr. J. T. Buie. who is
now in the hospital and who was in
strumental in getting up the . nice
, present for Mr. Ader, who in trun
made a feeling response U the
LIBERTY ROUTE 1 ITEMS
Farmers are busy sowing wheat in
this community now.
The singing at Mr. O. P. Ward's
last Saturday night was very much
enjoyed by all who were present.
Miss Esther Burgess and Miss
Leathy Patterson, of Ramseur Route
2, visited Miss Fannie Marley last
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gregson and
Mr. Jasper Amick and Miss Ida Wil
liams came down in their automobile
to visit Miss Gertha Ward last Sunday.
Messrs. Arthur and Bennie Line-
berry, of Lineberry, visited at Mr.
bu1 Ward s last Sunday.
There will be preaching at White's
cnapei the third unday in November
at eleven o'clock. Everybody invited,
Mrs. E. M. Marley, who has been
confined to her room with lagrippe,
aoes not seem to improve very much
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Needem and
family visited at Mr. Eli Marley's
There will be preaching at Sandy
Creek Baptist church the third Sun
.4lay in November at three o'clock.
ed to i3 normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucuous surfaces. i
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drugists, Toe.
Take Hall's Family Pills for Consti
pation. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
CASTOR I A
For Iuianti and Children.
The Rind You Hara Always Bought
North Carolina, Randolph County,
In the Superior Court.
Cora Tuttle vs. Joseph Tuttle.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior court of Randolph county for
divorce from the bonds of matrimony
and for the custody of the four child
ren born to the marriage of the defen
dant and the plaintiff. And the said
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear at the
next term of the superior court of
said county to be held on the first
Monday in December-, 1914. it being
me 4in aay or, uecember, 1914, at the
court house in said county, in Ashe
boro. North Carolina, and answer.
plead or demur to the complaint of
the plaintiff, or the nlaintiff will
, ply to the court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the fourth day of Nov., 1914.
W. G. HAMMOND.
Clerk of Superior Court
gj Our large line of Mid-winter Millinery one hundred
gg trimmed hats to select fiom, and gor the next thirty j
g days in order lo reduce our stock we will sell at
it greatly reduced price. Our Mis Cromer, of New gf
York is a gifted designer and you will be pleased $3
Miss Venetia Smith
High Poiut, N. C.
North Carolina, Randolph County,
In the .Superior Court.
M. J. Tysinger vs. Ben Tysinger.
The defendant above named will
take notice that a special proceeding
entitled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Randolph
County, before the judge, to require
the defendant to secure to the plain
tiff his personal property situated in
Randolph county, North Carolina, con
sisting of a chattel mortgage, thresh
ing machine, boiler, and so forth; for
her necessary subsistence, and for a
sale of the same for said purpose.
And the said defendant will furth
er take notice that he is required to
appear before Honorable W. J. Ad
ams, judge of the superior court of
said county, on the 7th day of Decem
ber, 1914,. at the court house of said
county, at Asheboro, North Carolina,
at a term of court to be held on said
date, and answer or demur to the pe
tition in said proceeding, or the peti
tioner will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said action.
This the 21st day of October, 1914.
W. C. HAMMOND,
Clerk of the Superior Court
GIVE ME A TRIAL
On Your Next Suit. I Clean, Press and Repair.
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Asheboro Pressing & Tailoring Go.
W. P. ROYSTER, Manager
Phone 137. Next to Rexall Drug Store.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
We condudt a firslclass repair shop for Wagons,
Buggies, C arts, Carriages, etc.
Also Horseshoeing and Painting a specialty.
When in Asheboro see us. Sbops located back of
Turner's Produce &ore.
NEW CANDY KITCHEN
The Asheboro Candy Kitchen wa opened last week near the depot. .A
fresh supply of all kinds of homemade candies are being received daily im
High Point n
-A FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF FRUIT CAN BE FOUND HEK&
Come to see us.
The Asheboro candy Kitchen