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Asheboro, N. C, March 18, 1915
IX)CAIt AND PERSONAL
Mr. H. B. Moore, of Ramseur., wn
-among the visitors in town Monday of
Mr. J. E. Mendenhall, editor of The
Bulletin, went to Greensboro for a fe
hours last Monday.
The County Beard of Education will
meet in Asheboro, the second Monday
in April, instead of the first Monday.
Mr. G. H. Sikes, of High Point, wan
a business visitor in Asheboro last
. i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lambert vn
ited relatives near Cedar Falls last
Mrs. J. F. Teague, of Staley, visit
ed her daughter, Miss Violet Teague,
in Greensboro last week.
.' Postmaster J. W. Luther, of Eleaa
er, was among the business visitors iii
town last Thursday.
Mr. J. F. Jarrell, a prominent cit
izen of Caraway, was in town Monday
of this week.
State Auditor W. P. Wood came up
from Raleigh Saturday for a visit of
a few days with home folks. '
Mr. Murphy Wright and Miss Isa
bel Pritchard, both of Asheboro Route
1, were married one day last ween,
Mr. S. E. Lowdermilk, J. P., perform
ing the ceremony. x
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armfield and
'children returned lant Saturday from
High- Point, where they had been at
tending the funeral of Mr. Armfield's
mother, Mrs. W. J. Armtleld, Sr.
In the account last week of the "Big
Day at Archdale", another item should
lure been added, stating that Miss
Nell Parkin, of Trinity, sang "Lead
Kindly Light" as a solo to the delight
of every one present.
placards on' display, sent by tne
State Board of Health, to Mr. W. A.
Underwood's Rex all Store, read as fol
lows: "If you spit on the floor at
home, spit on the floor here; we want
you to feel perfectly at home.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. J as.
JL Kivett narrowly escaped a broken
arm one day last week, when a win
'&w sash fell on his arm. The child
suffered a bad bruise, but no perm
Among the callers at The Courier
fflce last Monday were, Messrs. J. F.
Cameron, Denton; C. E. Brown, Cole
ridge; G. W. Hicks, Ramseur; and W.
R. Ashworth, of Cedar Grove town
Rev. J. E. Thompson, pastor of the
M. E. church, went to High Point one
day last week for a visit to his daugh
ter, Mrs. J. W. Kearns, and illness
prevented his r-turn in time to con
duct the services at his church last
We will pcy ten cents apiece for
movies of The Courier of the following
dates: January 14, 1915, and Febru
ary 4, 1915. We need these papers
for our files, and shall appreciate it II
some of our subscribers who have pre
erreU thorn will mail to The Courier.
-Mrs. Ifcoac Brown, of Asheboro Rt.
1, who hts been the guest of relatives
ia town for several days, is confinea
Vy illness at the home of her son, Mi.
j ohm Brown, in the eastern part of
town, and unable to return to her
Coi. A. C. McAlister went to
Orwsisboro a few days ago to see Mrs.
McAlister, who has been confined by
ittaesB at the home of her son, Mr. A.
W. McAlister, for two or three weeks.
Her friends in Asheboro will be glad
to hear that Mrs. McAlister is improv
ing and hopes to be at home in a few
The Boys' Corn Clubs have in the
past added much to the wealth of the
state, and it is to be honed the Pig
dubs" will be equally as successful.
t f m hnv write to J. D. McVean,
West Raleigh, N. C, and ask that his
name be enrouea as a niemuci w i..
"Pig Clubs", and full information will
be sent hint.
Mr. J. D. Jennings, a former Ran
dolph citien, holding a position with
the accounting department of the
Panama Canal, at Balboa Heights,
Canal Zone, writes The Courier that
he is now at his home in Atlanta, Ga.,
and expects to visit relatives at Cedar
Falls before returning to his work
Thelma, the little daughter of Mr.
Wm. Sikes, who was so severely
burned last week at the same time
her mother received fatal injuries,!
died Friday, and was laid to rest in
the cemetery at west Bend cnurcn,
Saturday. It will be remembered ,
that the little girls clothing caugm
on are, and the mother in trying to i
stop the flames was terribly burned
herself, dying in a few hours,
hours last Sunday.
Prof. M. C. S. Noble, who arrived in
town last Friday, for tho purpose of
addressing the teachers on Saturday,
was a guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hal M. Worth while in Asheboro.
Prof. Nobis made a most interesting
talk on the "Schools of Scotland" in
the auditorium of the graded school
building, Friday night. The speaker,
who has traveled in Scotland, describ
ed the schools there in his most lntew
esting manner to a good-sized audi
Mr. T. .T. Piillor. nf Pullera. wan in
town a day or two this week. Mr. j
Fuller is a veteran of the War be- noon. The "mite boxes" lor tne past
tween the States, and talks interesting quarter were opened, disclosing a
1y of the old days when Asheboro was ! neat little sum to be added to the
only a cluster of houses around the I funds for missions. After the busi
old courthouse. He was a clerk in the ' ness meeting, came the regular mis
store of Alfred Marsh, in this town, sion study. At the present, th ladies
in the year I860, 55 years ago. Mr. I are making a study of the conditions
Fuller has bsen in very ill health fori of the child in the heathen lands as
several months, has undergone two op- compared with his little brother ant
erations, and was given up by his 'sister in Christian lands. Mrs. Hav
physicians at one time; but says he I worth served dainty refreshments.and
lias fooled them, and is now "chipper") a pleasant social hour was enjoyed at
as a boy. j the close of the meeting.
A fine daughter was born to M
and Mrs. John M. Van Werry, of Ran
dleman, on March 13.
Mr. Walter Stowe and Misses Nova
and Kate Styres were guests oz
friends at Seagrove last Sunday.
Congressman Robert N. Page, was
among the visitors in town last Mon
day. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Moffitt returned
last week from a visit to relatives at
Mr. A. B. Beasley, of Randleman,
was a visitor in Asheboro for a few
hours last Sunday.
Don't fail to hear Clarence Poe at
County Commencement in Asheboro,
Friends in Asheboro will be glad to
hear that Rev. J. R. Scroggs, who
has been seriously ill at his home in
Shelby, is improving.
Miss Faye Ferree and ' . brother,
Shafter, visited their sister, Mrs. E.
F. Craver, in High Point, last Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. D. M. Allred and song, Ray
mond and Carl, of Cedar FallB, were
among the visitors in town last Tues
day. Ladies interested in new spring mil
linery will do well to read Mrs. Mil
lard Allred's advertisement in thit
The postoffice at Lassiter, which
was discontinued two or three years
ago, has been re-established recently
with Mr. W. T. Carter as postmaster.
Mr. J. P. Boroughs, formerly Regis
ter of Deeds of Randolph county for
several years, now of Kemps Mills,
was in town on business last Friday.
Miss Georgia Staley, of Staley, ha
been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. x
Johnson, in Greensboro, a few da.
Mr. M. C. Spoon, formerly of Ashe
boro, but now proprietor of the Ram
seur Hotel, at Ramseur, was one o.
the many visitors in Asheboro Tues
day of -this week.
Mrs. .W. C. York, of Seagrove, is
visiting Mrs. E. R. Robins, in Ashe
boro, while Mr. York is spending a
few days with his father, Mr. A. H.
York, at Ramseur.
' Miss Eugenia Tysor announces her
opening of spring millinery in another
column of The Courier. Miss Tysor
will have a full line of up-to-hat
' The school taught by Mr. Everet
Wrenn at Fair Grove, Grant township,
will close next Saturday with an old
fashioned exhibition. There will b
music by the Franklinville Cornet
Band, and a good time for everybody
Friends and relatives of Mr. B. F.
Miller gave him an enjoyable birth
day dinner, last Saturday, at his
home on Miller street. The dinner
was in honor of Mr. Miller's 59th
birthday, and about fifty people en
joyed the bountiful spread.
Mrs. O. J. Coffin is expected from
Charlotte, tomorrow, for a visit to
Miss Annie Moring. Mrs. Coffin, who
before her marriage was Miss Ger
trude Wilson, is remembered as one
of the popular teachers Jn tne Ashe
boro graded school a lew years ago,
Don't forgt that this is Clean-up
Week. Do your part to help put the
town in decent condition for the sum
mer. One may think the small mat
ter of .cleaning, up his own back yard
will not amount to anything, but the
small things are the ones that count
in the end.
The "Winters" entertainment at the
auditorium of the graded school build
ing, Tuesday night, March 23, will be
the last attraction of the lyceum
course for this year. These entertain
ers are both musicians and humorists
of a high order, and a rare treat is in
store for those who attend.
Mrs. Kizziah Craven, widow of the
late Yancey Craven, died at her home
near Colendge in this county,
Wednesday morning of this week. The
deceased was the mother of Kev. W. r ,
Craven, formerly Register of Deeds of
this county, and of W. II. t-raven, 1,
F. Craven and C. H. Craven, well
known citizens of the county.
Mr. George Royals, a son of Mr,
J. L. Royals, of Trinity township, is
seriously ill at his home, having
spent several weeks in the hospital
at High Point and undergone four
operations for appendicitis. The last
operation was performed since he re
turned home. His condition is such
that there is little hope of recovery
Capt. W. S. Lineberry, superinten
dent of the Soldiers' Home, Raleigh
was a visitor in town last Tuesday
Capt. Lineberry was a prominent cit
izen of Randolph until he went to Ra
leigh a few years ago to take charge
of the home for the "boys" who wore
the gray, and his host of friends are
always glad to see him DaoK in hi
Among the callers at The Courier
office this week have been the loiiow-
ing citizens: Messrs. L. H. Brady,
Colendce: Roddv Swaim. Liberty: H
C. Causev. Libertv: Dr. A. H. Redding.
cedar r ails; IS. a. ueacn, urect; j. r.
craven, Cheeks; u. W. f ields, rieas-
ant Garden; J. B. Pugh, Randleman;
Robert L. Moffitt, Coleridge; ana s.
The committee for the care and im
nrovement of Frazier Park were
much pleased a few davs aeo to re
ceive, from Wiley Croker, as a volun
tary gift a bird house with perches
in front and galvanized shingle
roof. It is hoped that all boys will
taice interest in caring xor our Deauu
ful and interesting, as well as valua
ble bird life, in preference to the
barbarous practice of shooting.
The Woman's Missionary Society oi
the Methodist Protestant church held
a most interesting meeting with Mrs
S. L. Hayworth last Monday after-
Mr. L. W. Wise, of Randieman, was
in town yesterday.
Mr. P. L. Bostick, of Cedar Falls,
was in town a short while yesterday.
Miss Lucy Bowdon, of Randleman.
was the guest of Miss Bera Scarboru
a day or two this week.
Mrs. Hal M. Worth went to High
Point one day the first of the week
for a visit to Mrs. C. M. Hauser.
Mr. J; C. Herbert has been reap
pointed United States commissioner
for Hayesville, Clay county by Judge
James E. Boyd.
Mr. Will Rankin, a brother of Capt.
A. M. Rankin, who has been seriously
ill at his home in Greensboro for some
time is reported to be improving.
A series of revival meetings will
begin at the Holiness church in Asii
boro, next Saturday. Rev. S. S. Nel
son will assist in the services.
Mr. Wm. M. Stevenson, one of Ran
dolph's veteran school teachers, was
among the visitors in town last Tuesday.
Mr. C. B. Burns, formerly of Ashe- M. Robins, and much enjoyed by th
boro, who has been conducting a gen- ladies. Attractive hand-painte
eral store near Ramseur, has moved cards, containing a list of question.'
to Troy, where he will again engage to be answered with words beginning
in the .mercantile besiness. i with the letters p-a-t, were passed
i n r , . ' ladies were then divided into tw
Mrs. C. C. Cranford has returned groups, Mrs. J. D. Ross being madt
irom Baltimore, where she went to leader of one group; and Mrs. W. A
take treatment in Johns Hopkins Hos-, Underwood, of the other. Much
pital. Mrs. Cranford was accompani-' riment resulted from the v efforts to
ed by Mrs. Virvil Presnell. find the correct words. At the c'os.
M Ld0DavhiI "criticllly'at M 'e'Kd scored Sandlf
hoTIT, rLu iy" fif
hope for the child a speedy recovery.
There will be special exercises by
the seventh grade of the Asheboro
graded school, in the auditorium, next
Friday mornins- at 8:45. to which nil
the patrons of the school are cordially
Dr. W. P. Lawrence, of the faculty
of Elon College, is In St. Leo's Hos
pital for treatment. Ha is siiflWinv
from an acute attack of rastritin. ann
while his condition is serious, it is 8 the; beginning of the attack upon
not considered especially alarming. I the cohorts of dirt and rubbish in the
... . , back, yards of the denizens of this
All teachers, pupils, and patrons oi town and we hope that on next Mon
schools in Randolph county should co-1 day will mark the becinninir of th t-
operate in making April 2, the day of
County Commencement, one of the
Diggest days la the history of the
News comes from High Point that
Rev. J. E. Thompson, who has been
confined by illness at the home of his
daughter in that town, is much im
proved and will be in Asheboro in time
to occupy his pulpit in the M. h.
church next Sunday. '
The following visiting attorneys
have been in Asheboro .for Superior
court, this week: Messrs. G. S. Brad
shaw and O. L. Sapp, Greensboro;
former District Attorney A. E. Hol
ton, Winston-Salem; and assistant
District Attorney Thomas Beall.
Mr. Wayne Miller, who is a mem
ber of the Freshman class at Guilford
College, has written The Courier an
interesting account of a basket ball
game between Freshmen and Soph
omores in which the Freshman won
by a score of 18 to 14. The entire ar
ticle will be published next week.
Friends in Asheboro will be glad t
hear that Mrs. A. C. McAlister, who
has been ill in Greensboro for two or
three weeks, is much improved. Beforu
returning home, Mrs. McAlister will
visit relatives in Fayettville and
Charlotte. Miss May McAlister, who
has been with her mother, is expectea
Messrs. J. L. Leach and Grover Hill,
two young men from Thorn as ville and
Winston-Salem respectively, were, ar
rested last Tuesday on the charge of
stealing the horse of of a Mr. Han
mond. The case came up before May
or Cranford yesterday morning, but
was dismissed for want of evidence.
The men were in town for the purpose
of trading horses.
Mrs. T. W. Neely who has been
spending the winter in Asheboro with
her daughter, Mrs. J, V. Hunter will
return to her home in Charlotte Sat
urday. During her short stay in town
Mrs. Neely, with her gracious man
ners, has made many friends who will
miss her and hope she may soon come
Charles Goodwin of High Point,
was arrested in Asheboro last Tues
day, on a charge of retailing. The
case was tried before Mayor Cranford
and Goodwin was put under $500 bond
for his appearance at the next term
of criminal court Being unable to
give the bond, the man was sent to
Don't forget to hear the debate in
the auditorium of the graded school
building, Friday night, March 26, be
tween the boys of the local high
school and the Jamestown high school.
The question for debate, as has been
stated before, is: "Resolved that the
United States should adopt a policy
of subsidizing the merchant marine. '
Colin Richardson and Rush Lissiter
will uphold the affirmative of the ques
tion at home, while June Frazier and
Clifton Whitaker will go to Siler City
at the same time to defend the nega
tive. The school winning both sides
of the debate will be represented in
the finals at Chapel Hill, April Z,
Friday. March 12th, the friends, rel
atives and neighbors gave "Uncle Tal
ton Cox" a surprise birthday dinner in
honor of his 83rd birthday.
When the yard was well nigh full
of people, he was called from the field
and after greeting his many friends,
the good women began loading the
long table in the yard with dainties,
both rich and rare, which had been
prepared by the skilled hand of the
As Miss Bettie Cox Brayed, a di
vine covering overshadowed the entire
gathering, after which began the
feasting and fun.
RANDOLPH BOOK CU B
Most Enjoyable Meeting With Mrs.
Robins St. Patrick Honored.
Mrs. Annie Robins delightfully en
tertained the members of the Ran
dolph Book Club and a few invited
guests at her lovely home on Elm
street, last Friday afternoon. Aside
from the regular literary program,
the affair took the form of a St. Pat
rick's Day party, decorations being
in Irish colors. Ferns and other
greens, interspersed with jonquils anc
others flowers of spring, gave to the
rooms an air of dainty freshness that
was very pleasing.
The subject of study being Ger
ny, the following readings were giv
en: "Germany's Industrial Growth,"
Mrs. J. V. Hunter; "German Labor,
Its Methods and Conditions," Mrs. W.
A. Underwood; "Some National Char
acteristics," Mrs. J. D. Ross. Then
followed "Current Events," which
proved an interesting and helpful
feature. almost every lady present
responding with some recent event
of local or general importance.
After the regular program, came f
unique contest, arranged bv Mrs. V.
. box of pink mints, fell to Mrs
A dainty course of block cream ir
green and white was then served, the
favors being tiny potted shamrockh
after which the ladies departed, a
declaring the occasion to have bee
j one of the most enjoyable of the sen
CLEAN UP CRUSADE
Last Monday morning was set apart
' tack on the trash, rubbish, etc., in ev
ery back yard throughout the county
in Dotn town and country.
Before the end of next week it is to
be hoped that every citizen of this
county, in Asheboro and elsewhere
withlng the county, will take a hand
at this important work. -
After the clean-up is completed and
the crusade is ended and all is over
except the necessity of keeping things
clean, the next thing to do is to white
wash all the fences and outhouses.
The whitewash will not only promote
healthfulness and better sanitation,
but will add materially to the appear
ance of outhouses around every house.
There was a special meeting of the
Hoard or (Jounty Commissioners n
the court house last Saturday for th
purpose of considering the matter of
the route for the Buffalo Road. Two
routes are under consideration, each of
which has many advocates. No de
cision was reached, but Messrs. Scar-
boro and Parks of the Board were ap
pointed a committee to go over the
routes with four other men, two rep
resenting each faction, and report a
The contract for buildine a steel
bridge across Sandy Creek between
Franklinville at d Ramseur was le
to the Camden Iron Works, of Roan
oke, Virginia, they being the lowes
Didders among several companies,
The price to be paid is $664, and the
bridge is to be completed by June 1
Other companies bidding for the jol
were Austin Brothers, of Atlanta; and
the Virginia Bridge Company, of Noi
folk. Messrs. W. H. Tippett, ot
Franklinville, and E. A. Curtis, of
Ramseur, each offered to build a
wooden bridge for $769 and $1000 re
C. R. Cross, C. E. Brown, John T,
Moore, J. P. Boroughs, J. D. Leonard,
Same Sikes, J. W. Hicks, L. E. Brady,
Roddy Swaim, H. C. Causey, fc. H
Leach, J. F. Craven, B. H. Hopkins,
C. W. Fields, J. B. Pugh, M. C. Spoon,
Robert L. Moffitt, U. M. Allred.
ANECDOTE OF BLIND HYMN
The following story is told of Mis
Fannie Crosby, the well known hymn
writer, who died a few weeks ago in
Bridgeport, Conn.: When told that
one of her visitors was a Southerner.
Miss Crosby clapped her hands and
exclaimed: I knew it. I knew it.
Your hand clasp betrayed you. I can
always tell, for the Southern gentle
men always shake hands more ear
nestly and more heartily than North
MUSICAL ATTRACTION FOR
The Woman's Club, of Raleigh,
have secured the New York Symphony
Orchestra, with Walter Damrosch as
conductor, to come to the capital city
on April 13. The orchestra will be
accompanied by a chorus of operatic
singers, one hundred and fifty
voices in all; said to be the strongest
artistic combination that has ever
visited this State. There will be two
nroerams. afternoon and night. The
attraction will be a great treat to thr
music lovers of Raleigh and surround
ing cities and towns.
ABOUT PIG CLUBS
The animal husbandry division of
the North Carolina Experiment Sta
tion is conducting what is known as
Pig Clubs. More than four hundred
boys in the State have enrolled ir
this new organization since January
All boys are eligible to membership
in the Pig Clubs and a note dropped
to Mr. J. D. McVean. West Raleigh,
tf. C, will bring back all the infor
We will have on display a new line of pat
tern hats and shapes in the leading styles and
colors TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
March 23rd and 24th, 1915.
Mrs. Millard H. Allred
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Terms Cash O. R. Fox Building
Miss Eugenia Tysor
Tuesday, March 23
All are cordially invited to attend
Spring and Summer
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 18, 19, and 20
Patterns Continuously on Display
Miss Elizabeth Cameron
Liberty, N. CJ.? Next Door to Drug Store .
MACHINE TO SAVE CLOVER
Dr. C. R. Hudson, of the Farmer's
Co-ODerative Demonstration Work is
showing at his office in Raleigh, the
model of a clover seed macnine, wracn
is controlled by the United States
Department of Agriculture, and can
be made by any farmer. The machine
ia very simple and easily made, and
with it the farmer can easily save
five acres of clover seed in a day.
The seed from one acre will plant
from fifteen to twenty acres.
It is said that the United States
now has more submarines built or un
der construction than any other coun
Major-Gen sral Goethals asks to be
relieved from further service as Gov
pmnr nf tho Canal Zone within a year
and a younger man appointed. He
will proDaDiy De given an imporxani
position by the Governor of New York.
A fine point was raised as to wheth
er Hppat Rritain can enforce an em
bargo on the contents of neulral roi!
hno-u whn Dr. fJeorpe Bartheiu. of
Cologne, now in Washington, shipped
by parcel post to VyOiogne, a nve-puunu
bag of flour. 84 cents postage was
paid on the small sack of breadstuff.
Senator and Mrs. Lee S. Overman,
their two daughters, Congressman
and Mrs. Pou and their daughter,
m; Annie, will ioin a party for a
visit to Hawaii in next month. The
Dartv will be euests of the Hawaiian
Report of the condition of
THE BANK OF LIBERTY i
at Lihertv. in the state of North Car
olina, at the close of business March
Loans and discounts $70,338.16
Banking house, furniture and
Due from banks and bankers 21,739.01
Cash items 203.74
Gold coin 715.00
Silver coin, including all minor
coin currency 1,401.32
National bank notes and other
U. S. notes 1,337.00
Revenue stamps 10.69
Capital stock paid in .... $10,000.00
Surplus fund 7,000.00
Undividd profits, leas current ex
nensea and taxes paid .... 1,312.85
Deposits subject to check . . 32,210.64
Savings deposits 48,284.82
Cashier's checks outstanding.. 403.90
Accrued interest due depositors 300.00
State of North Carolina, Randolph
I, B. M. Brower, cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is true to the best of
my knowlege and belief.
H. M. BKUWfcii, uasnier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 12th day of March, 1915.
K. J. PALMER, J. f. (Seal.)
Correct Attest :
JAMES F. PICKETT,
W. H. ALBRIGHT,
G. W. WRIGHTSELL,
Take notice that the commissioners
of the town of Asheboro have ordered
a new registration for election of
Mayor and other municipal officers,
which election is to take place oa'Men
day, the 3rd day of May, 1915; that
the books will be open for registratioa
on the 16th day of April, 1915.
Done by order of the board.
C. C. CRANFORD, Mayor.
A. R. WINNINGHAM, Sec.
Dated March 17th, 1915.
FOR RENT My home place ia
west Asheboro, 10 large rooms sev
eral acres of good land, apply to
JOHN M. HAMMER,
Greensboro, N. C.
WANTED A man in each commu
nity to get up cream routes. If in
terested, write the Guilford Creamery
Co., Greensboro, N. C.
FOR RENT One two story five
room dwelling in west Asheboro for
re- at $4.00 per month. One two
-oi '.welling, outside corporate lim
its, or. the South of Asheboro at $2.00
per month. Apply to
WM. C. HAMMER,
Asheboro, N. C.
I will pay highest market prices for
chickens, eggs, country hams and
J. E. COVINGTON,
4t. Ramseur, N. C.
FOR RENT One good farm house
and barn with good water and several
acres of onen land for rent one mile
west of Asheboro on new gravel road.
Good showing will be given the right
man. Apply to
WM. C. HAMMER,
Asheboro, N. C.
"automobile FOR SALE-I
want to sell at once my five passen
ger Ford Car, will take a good hors
in the trade or sell on time. See me
at once if you mean business.
E. G. MORRIS,
Asheboro, N. C.
GRANITE SAND FOR SALE Lim
ited amount. 15 cents a bushel. Ap
ply to Miss J. A. THORNS.
Having qualified as administrator
on the estate of J. W. Ried, deceased,
before J. M. Caveness, 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 before the 1st day of May, 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 March 16, 1915.
J. O. REDDING, Admr. J. W. Ried.
Asheboro, N. C.
6 PER CENT MONEY 6 PER CENT
MONEY 6 PER CENT
Loans may be obtained for any pur
pose on acceptable Real Estate se
curity; liberal privileges; correspon
A. C Agency Company
785 Gas Electric Bldg., Denver Colora
do. 446 Pierce Bldg., St. Louis.