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music was very much n joyed thr. turn
out tht evening, while quite a num
ber of games were inuu'g. d in by
both classes. The members of e; en
class were represented in taikey 10s
t limes, w ith presents presented to th
LWe.-t boy anil gill, with .Miss A
nio Ashburn and I.. Hoy Cox w lin ing
At the close of the games the guests
were invited into the spacious dining
room where an elegant course of re
freshments were served, with .Mi s
Lizzie Cameron toasting in behalf of
the Caracas, while .Mr. Wister Lynch
verv appropriately responded.
Mr. ami .Mrs. A. A. Teague and Miss
Kmily Recce, of the M. K. chu eh,
were invited guests to decide en the
Mrs. Tom Ashburn. Miss l.ysten
l'razier, Miss Maude .Mcl'he: son or;
on committee in charge.
.Miss Fannie Dark, of Siler City,
was hero last week on a visit to her
brother, A. E. Dark.
lleniescntative J. r. I lckctt is homo
Dr. ami Mrs. R. D. Patterson wMi
Mrs. A. Fugleman spent Tuesday of
last week in Greensboro.
Miss i'.issie Pepper, of Hamlet, was
a week eml visitor in Lib rty the guest
of Miss .Martha Caudle.
Miss Lizzie Cameron will leave this
week for the millinery world to pui
ihr.se lur snrinir sock of goods.
Liberty is very proud to know she
will soon have electric lights. Poles
have been planted, and quite a num
ber of homes are being wired, and
soon will be lighted. .
Miss Florence Owen is leaving this
week for the millinery markets.
Severe Cold Quickly Cured
"On December first I had a very se
vere cold or attack of the grip i s it
muv be, and was nearly down skk in
bed," writes 0. J. Mctealf, Weatherly.
Mo. "1 bought two bottles of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and it was
only a few days until I was complete
ly restored to health. I firmly b.'luve
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
one of the very best medicines and
will know what to do when I have an
other cold." Obtainable everywhere.
Staley Route 1 Items
The roads are very bad on account
of the rainy weather and heavy haul
ing. The farmers have suffered heavily
from the recent cold weather. Wheat
and oats under the most favorable
conditions can't make more than half
Shady Grove school No. 7, which was
closed two weeks has opened up again.
The school was stopped on account of
measles in this neighborhood.
We are sorry to know that Etta Ed
wards does not improve any. She has
that much dreaded disease, tuberculo
sis. Shellie Overman's family and Dolph
1 .ackey have just recovered from mea
sles. Misses Mattie and I.ela McMas
ters visited Miss Cordelia Craven Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. J. F. Kivett is much interest In
sheep raising. He has 17 ewes which
have 25 lambs. He has been offered
a piece for the lambs.
Hilly McMasters. colored, had the
misfortune of losing a son. He wi s
carrying a cross tie and fell with it on
his head receiving an injury from
which he died the 16th inst.
Dr. T. R. Williams, of Staley, has
opened up his new drug store. He is
worthy of our patronage in his medi
cal profession, being a first class
Miss Allie Brower, of Staley, has
been confined in bed with measles, but
is out again.
John T. Brittain, of Asheboro, was
In Staley Saturday on business.
Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved
Cramped muscles or soreness follow
ing a cold or case of grippe are eased ,
and relieved by an application of
Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain the
skin or clog the pores like mussy oint
ments or plasters and penetrates
quickly without rubbing. Limber up
your muscles after exercise, drive out
the pains and aches of rheumatism,
neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains,
and bruises with Sloan's Liniment.
Get a bottle today. At all druggists,
Liberty Route 2 Items
Mr. Ernest Humble and Miss Cora
Smith were married Saturday at 2 p.
m. at the home of the bride's father,
Mr. Carra Smith. Mr. W. T. Causey,
J. P. performed the ceremony. A few
frienels and relatives were present to
witnss the ceremony.
Mr. David Humble is quite sick.
Mrs. Tab Burgess, of Greensboro, Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. T. A. McPherson is cutting tim
ber to erect a new and up-to-date barn.
Mr. Vent Coble is quite sick.
Wheat is looking very bad in this
The ladies of this section are re
quested to meet at the home of Mrs.
R. C. Palmer Saturday, February 24,
at 2:30 p. m. to organize a fancy
work and crochet club. Hope to have
a large attendance.
The boys and girls enjoyed a can
dy party Saturday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs; X. E. Reitzel.
Curtis brothers are having quite a
lot of cord wooel cut on their place,
having had about 2."0 or I!00 cords
cut already and work continues.
Little Anna May Smith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Smith, is rap
idly recovering from measles.
Thii i a prescription prepared especially
lor MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVTF!.
I iv or lis doiei will breuk nny else, unci
U uikcn then as a tonic the Fever will pot
; -luro. It acts on the liver butter then
aiooicl and doe not gripe or tickva. 25c
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I O I Law nme. J (' llainmei, W It
V TO!' OH? CirjWCC;I-"tlT. A R Lowe, S H Fr.y. K L
wLiwJj SiwAi1iLJ:M'ftt . j (i MK i' J r-x y r
! Richardson, G i Waddell Isaiah H:'.m-
! iit.-i, D X H.imi't n, L Howard, J T
. . t -M'!:tt. J T Collett, T C Lambe, J C
iy CeR Const?.nlly Supplied Willi i Allen. J H McPh. 1.-0:1, A .1 Macon, !!
' ' ! Moll'.tt. J W Vuneamioii, T W l'arks,
TL::Iford'3 Dlack-Draught. 1 R 1- White, Ira I) Poole, W R:;y S.nith,
H W Klder, W G Patterson. 1) M Hin-
Ishaw, S K Way, M Burris, W F John-
Ison, ,1 S Williams, J 1! darner, T E
jM:Duff. Va. "I ruffcred for several , I hu g, ss, Dr. !' C Craven, J I John
treai? " srys Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker, ol : son. Mrs. J 1! Johnson, J A Parks,
pace, "witn sick hcauacne,
Ten venrs aco a friend to'd me to fry
Piedior'd's Black-Draught, which I ciiif,
uid I founJ it to be the best family medi-
:me for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the ! alien. T W Lawrence, Pearle
ime row, and when my children feel a Pi itchard, R J Lawrence, Cle
itlle bad, they ask nie for a dose, and it tus Lucas, J A Burgess, T H Ellis, C
does then more good Ihan any medicine j h Routh. T C Russell, R W Pugh,
they ever tried. ,(' L Spencer. C R Siler, Mrs. M F
We never have a long spell cf sick- Snider, H L Chandler, N D N'anee, E
.iess in our family, since we commenced H Bray, G M York. G H Bean, Mrs.
sing Llack-Drauht." I Frank Minor. W E Hughes, Gid on
Thcdford's Black-Draught is purc'y 1 Bynl. L.I Presnell, .1 I. Harden, Miss
vegetable, and lias been found to reu- ISessie Williamson, J V Webster, A
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, rc-,W Ragsdale, M E Hammer, J C Cra
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, ven. J L Spencer, C E Kearns, Mrs.
headache, sick stomach, and similar 'W A Coffin, Comma M Ke irns, Mrs.
symptoms. I A Smith. W l Burgess, T H Brady,'
It has been in constant use for more Monroe Cox, K F Kearns, H A Pierce,
lhan 70 years, and has benefited more 11 O Barker, Mont Lewis, John Pr. s
ihan a million people. jnell, G H Hussey, Frank Vainer, Win
Vnnr rfriirraiat eplte and trmmmNHi 1 AHi'llfeder, Jasper Aunvin, A J
KlacK-IJraugiit. rnce only jc. Cici a
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" , , , 1 Graves, N M Moore, S W Cox, erno,i
Western Randolph News ' Curtis, B 1! Moftilt. Mrs. J W Pugh,
Miss Muriel Lowe who has been in ' W P Fox J W Elliott Otha Elder.
Florida for several weeks returned T ' .Musters, A T Nixon, Daniel
home a few davs ago. , Mcl.ead, C t 1' l azier, V Wright,
Mr. Charlie Burton had the mi'sAv- J M Furr. Mrs. Mattie ( risp, S A
tune of cutting his foot last Saturday 1 Spencer, 1 J l-raley, A J Macon, J I
w hile cutting wood. i Russell, M E Allen, S E Allen, C E
Mr. J. G. Black, of High Po nt, is1 Allen, Cora Parks. J L Jordan H V
at home with measles, a disease which Hobson, Mrs. J W Cox, C W Melds,
has been verv prevalent throughout Mrs. Josie L Cox. C.oe. I-erguson, h
the country this winter. W Walker, W B Miller. J H Keains
Miss Lula Marsh, who has a posi-'E A Hoover, M I Pugh, Rev J H
tion in Thomasville, was the week en t Stowe, John W Welborn. Mrs. E li
guest of her father, Mr. Clark Marsh. Kearns, Mrs. Mary E Ring, I. R Sper.
Mr. W. C. Wilson, of Davidson cer, Walter S Davis, T 1 A'lams, A
county, returned to his home last week H Crowell, J M Trogdon Mrs. L P
after having spent several weeks wi.h Byrd, Lewis Dorsett r H Tysor, E 1
his brother in Missouri. , Williams, H C Royals, Mis. W B La-
Mrs. H. C. Helper, who has been fiter, Chas. Lewis, 0 M Henry, Chas.
...!.,n.. ,11 i,.,i- iPrntts. C O Ineod. Mrs. D M Wei-
Mr. Lee Rovals has arranged to s?ll
his dairy cows and hogs on Feb. 28. I
Mr. J. C. Younts, after undergoing
an operation at the High Point ho?-
pital returned home last week. Mrs.
Vomits is much improved.
Mrs. J. C. Frazier, who has been
vis'itiiig her sister, Mrs. W. O. Woolen,
at Randleman returned home Friday.
Randleman Route 3 Xews
Wheat is not looking very good n Eli Pritehard, Emma F Kearns, Gto
this community, ground hog weather ver C Ellis, Byrd Hicks, R C Cox,
has hurt it considerably. I A A Hurley, Hugh Hiller, Chas. M
Mrs. Bart Prevost and children, tf Staley, Brazilla Bobbins, Mrs. Fannie
Randleman, are visiting Mrs. Davis' Cranforel, J M Hicks, Oras'.us Johnson,
father Mr. Orlendo Davis. lo W Parks, A W Gray, Mrs. Corina
Mrs. Joseph Pickarel has returned Fuller, Carl Elder, Milton Williams,
to her home after spending some time C H Harden, J C Nixon,, T M John
with her daughter Mrs. Walter Red- son, W A Wooel, W C Henley, Mrs. J P
ding, of Randleman. I
Mrs. Isaiah Rich recently went
to High Point to spcnel a few elays -
with her son Mr. Grady Hall . She) Health of Babies and Children
will go to Asfieboro and spenel a while jn behalf of the babies, health woik
with her son Mr. Ivey Hall before rc- has t,,,en extensively done. The emes
turning home. lt:on ot- nure milk has been most gen-
Miss Notra Kobbins spent one night
last week at the home of Mr. Ed Canoy I
of Sophia Route 1.
Several of our young people at-,
tended the spelling match at Sophia jg a means of protecting health anet
Friday night which was enjoyed by preventing diseases among older peo
all. . pie that they may live and serve Ion-
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Stridor, of er at the m0Rt valuable period of
Randleman, were the guests of Millard tneir jveg- jt has been found to hi
Allred Sunday. ' j thc most practical and effective meth-
7, TT! i . r, i- u.e od of combating "old age" diseases.
Miss Caudle, of Hamlet, Delightfully,
Entertains in Honor of Miss Bessie -phe Coldest Weather
Pepper, of Franklinville jfr, y, A. Ellington writes the
Saturday night Feb. 17, 1917, Miss Chatham Record as follows:
Martha Caudle delightfully entertain-, jn the report of Mr. A. H. Merri
ed in honor of her week end guest, wno was the observer at this place
Miss Bessie Pepper, of Hamlet, who for the weather bureau, and who not--is
on her way home from an extend- e(j the temperature each day in the
ed visit to Franklinville. month of January, 1893.
Progressive rook and conversations Gn the 6th, 14 degrees above zero,
were the games of, the hour, and aft- 0n the 7th, the same. On the th,
er several exciting games thc host- 1R. !)tht is; loth, 21; 11th, 2; 12th,
ess served a delicious course of re- 20; 13th, 9; 14th, zero; loth, 24; 16th,
frshments, after which the guests 4 below zero; 17th, 5 below zero,
extended a vote of thanks to the This is thc minimum ten.perature
hostess for her kind hospitality, and
departed lor their nomes. tjme jjve snows fell on the 4th, 7th,
Among those present were Misses 11thf 14th anel 17th.
Emma Reece, Mary Lee, Annie Lou s, -rne next coldest weather and d.ep
and Laura Etta Smith anil Messrs. snovv when nearly all the bluebirds
Parks Pickett, J. F. Amick, Robert and much of the other game elied, was
Smith, Glenn and Leroy Caudle. , jpeD. 54 i8i)f, the thermometer regis-
tering 9 degrees below zero, as re
Cedar Falls Items 'ported by the weather bureau in Ral
We are expecting a bigger and bet- eigh.
ter town in the near future. The above figures are taken from
Messrs. D. B. MeCary, W. J. Arm- the Chatham Recorel as published
field anel T. H. Reeleling were over then.
here one day the past week with Mr. '
Birberstcin, of Charlotte, looking EAT BIG MEALS! NO SOl'R. ACID
over the new site for the mill. STOMACH, INDIGESTION OR
Mr. Crotts and family, of Vanccu- GAS
ver. B. C are visiting Mrs. Crotts' . '
brother, Mr. A. L. Briles, for a few "Pane's Diapepsin" is Quickext, Surest
days. Stomach Relief Known Try It!
Messrs. H. I. Cross and s. u. 1 nil-,
lips maele a trip to Franklinville Sat-
ureiay atternoon. 1
Mr. Earl Allred, of Burlington, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Allred,
for a few days. 1
Mr. Theo Allred, of Worthville,
spent Saturday night and Sunday in
Mr. Clyde Hutcheson maele a tup
to Greensboro Friday afternoon.
Mr. Chas. Laughlin left Friday noon
for Durham where he goes to spend a
few days. I
Miss Fleta Free, of Greensboro,
spent Saturday anil Sunday with her
parents near this place.
Mr. R. W. Allred, of High Point,
has moved his family to this place.
Mr,,u. J.un:ap is very 111 ai mis
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunlap are
visiting at Mr. W. T. Wrenn's fir n
few days. ' ,
Thiise who hate nasty medicine
should try liambe rluin's Tablets for
constipation. Tin y are pleasant to
take and their effect is so rgrceable
and so natur.il that you will not
alize that it has been produced by a
medicine. Obtainable everywhere.
Subscriptions Paid S'nee Fcliriiarv lt
Bctt:e Craven, Wor.h Lowe, T B Bur
gess, H T Bray. C F Burgess, C W
l!ur;ress, Lacy l'arks, Ellis Jordan,
W P. Owen. K P Newsom. R E Patter-
M,n. Rev. J K Corner. W O Wrisrht.
V A Craven. W C Gaines, E E l.e.v-
Hunhes. J W Cheek, Mrs. W U Lewis,
R R Ross. V M Cox, J M Yow, J C
Kearns, G C McCain, Mrs. J F
bern, E M Siler, S E Bostick, O K;
Leach, O H Callicutt, J N Cagle, M C
Auman, U 1 niacK, ah jra, . i.
Medlin, A C Cox, J S Redding, C W
Redding, Mrs. B r Bulla, C C Kime,
G H Jones, J M low, Chas C Ir.s-
nell, Nancy Honn, k nancocK, ;urs.
J H McLeod, R L Albright W
Wright, J R Chnsco, C C Chi
C, B Freeman, Mrs. Gen. (, Gray,
II Grav. J J Turner. T P Barker, Ar
thur F Farlow. G M Pugh, J S White,
Phillips, R L Royals, Leland Tucker,
Mrs. Louella Maness, E W Davis.
.,nv fmio-ht out. and has -won.
Vnr u- honlth of the children, meeli-
cai school inspection has been planned.
Th r.oi.irlin nhvsiral examination
during each 24 hours. During th's
rime it! Pane's Dinensin will sweet-
en a souri gassy or out-of-oreler stom
arn within five minutes. I
if vour meals donf fit comfortably,'
or what you eat lies like a lump of,
lead in your stomach, or if you have;
heartburn, that is usually a sign of)
acidity of the stomach.
Get from your pharmacist a fifty-
cent case of Pape's Diapcpsin and take .
a dose just as soon as you can. There !
-will 'be no sour risings, no belching cf .
undigested food mixed with acid, no!
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness o.-l
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,'
debilitating headaches or dizziness.-'
This will all go, and besides, there will'
,p no sour f00d left e.ver in the stom-i
at.h to poison your breat with nause-
Rape's Diapeps'n helps to neutralize
the excessive arid in the stomach
which is causing the food fermenta
tion and preventing primer digestion.
Relief in five minutes is waiting f.ir
you at any elrug store.
These huge lifiv-einl enses conta'n
enoiign "rape s I lumens n lo estie.l v
the en'. ire f.mii'y f ee from slorr-li-Idity
and its svmpt ins of in
tion, dy.-'pevs"n. sourness, gasn.
inirn. ftvi npv.i'.iciie, tor m, nv
n.ontha. It belongs in your home.
Monej, Money, .Money!
A pj hcii :.;n.s for nv n than ("4.000
have la , n made to the R .n .o.ph
tV'.n.ly Li.iid 'l:g ai.il L nil Ajiiii;iU.ui
for the puvpose o.f buying ;.nd build
ing hmii. . . These applications wi.l
li."- suppi: . d hi lore many montns.
Banc aicouuts w.th this building
and loan association have already b.'i n
started for more than ."O.OOO which
w ill mature in seven y.ars. Do y. u
want to start a bank account of $1,-'
OCO? If you d ) take ten shares. If
you want to start a bank account of
$."00 take live shares. There is no
better way to save your money and
to make money than to take shares
in this county building and loan as
sociation. Many homes are going t )
be built through this association and
seven years will be given in which to
pay for thtm. Do you want one this
If you don't need a home just take
shares and. save your money and get
about six per cent above all taxes.
The building and loan is conducted
in this way: The treasur?r is re
quired ta give heavy bond. The pay
ments are made the first of each
month to the secretary, and on the
pight of the first of each month the
board meets and audits the books and
sees that the money is all in the bank.
The board and the attorney pass s
upon every loan to see that there is
no bad loan made. By this meth;;d
there can lie no loss. It is as safe
as any bank.
By way of correction: Through i:n
oversight the name of Mr. C. L.
Amiek. a member of the board of di
rectors, was left out when their names
appeared in the paper.
Shares are still being taken. You
can come in at any time. Let me ex
plain this to vou.
G. H. KING, Secretary.
Davidson Offers Prizes for Health
In order to awaken a lively intcrpst
in the preservation of public health,
Davielson county has inaugurated a
prize contest for the public s.nel high
school stuelents of that county. Sixty
dollars in- prizes are to be given for
composition work on health subjicts,
recitations on the health catechism,
correction of greatest number of phy
sical defects as repotted by school
principal and highest average attend
ance. Dr. E. F. Long, whole-time roun:y
health officer of Davielson, is the au
thor of this novel campaign for teach
ing health in the schools and awaken
ing interest in better health through
out the county. He has enlisted the
co-operation of the three banks of
Lexington and the bank of Thomas
ville to the extent that they each of
fer a .$10 prize, while Doctor Long
offers four $5 prizes.
A prize of $10, second pme, $0, Is
offereil to the students of the public
schools preparing the best paper on
"Typhoid Fever, Its Source, Modes of
Transmission and Methods of Preven
tion," while a similar prize is offered
the students of the high schools for
the best paper on "How to Live Long."
A first and second prize of $10 and $5
are offered both' the public anel the
high schools for the school grading
highest in health composition work,
recitation in the health catechism,
correction of physical defects and
highest average attendance for the
Eleven hundred boys are enrolled in
the com club at present, according to
the corn club agent, Mr. A. "K. Rob
ertson. Madison, Stokes, Stanly,
Wayne, Buncombe, Clay and Wilkes
are leading. Some interesting letters
are being receiveel from members who
were enrolled last year, in which they
express their determination to improve
on the 1916 records.
Town and Country
The Fayetteville Observer and the
Sanford Express have called attention
to the growing spirit of co-operation
between town and country dwellers.
The spirit of improvement of the
schools, and the increased interest In
building and maintaining good roads
have contributed more than anything
else toward this most desirable bet
tered condition of affairs.
Tho rniintrv dwellers are hrnefitien
most by gooel roads while the town
derives 9 nurt from the increased Dros-
perity which gooel roads bring to tne
Asheboro and the other towns of
Ranelolph county have contributed lib
erally toward the building of good
roads in the county. The result of
this liberality has kept trade at home.
Many farmers trade at Asheboro who
formerly went out of the county to
buy their merchandise. Two reasons
have contributed to this deservable
enel, the fact that good roads have con
nected town and country and the
other that the frienelly relations in
creased by the generosity of town
people in helping build roads to con
nect town and country. f
Learn to Love Fresh Air
When you come in from out-doors
and find the air in rooms stale and
stuffy and foul-smelling open the win
dows wide and let in plenty of fresh
air from outside. Open the door too,
so that the fresh air can drive all tlis-ease-laden
air from the room.
Become a fresh-air crank even at
risk of being dislikeel. Better a live
fresh air crank than almost lifeless
Avoid large crowds in closed, or
poorly' ventilateel rooms. Not on'y
does the bail uir lower your resistance,
but you are in elanger of catching dis
ease from others.
Don't ride in crowded street car.i
whe'n going a short elistance. Walk!
Walk a mile in the open air twic
a elay. It will ndd ten years to your
life; if you don't believe it, try it.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Chilurjn
In Use For Over SO Ytnra
Miss Xe!l;e Ellis, (if Ctdar Fal's,
spent Saturday wit'ei in ni: folks.
Mr. 1. (). C'ble ha; sold his faim
.south of town to a Mr. Taton, i;f Lib
el ;y, and bought W. J. Wood's faim
west of town.
.Mi.-s Minnie I'ndeiwood and X. P. '
jonnson, oi Kantueman, spent Sund.iy the jov ot it. Your hair becm '
at W. D. Underwood's. light, wavy, fluffy, abundant tn.l an-
lhere was a large crowd at the pears as soft, lustrous and beautiful
spelling here last Wednesday night as a young girl's after a DaneL-nnc
and all reported a nice time. j hair cleanse. Just try this moisten
Mrs. W. C. Barker is on the sick a cloth w ith a little DaneU rine ;.nd
list this week. earefully elraw it through your hair,
Several from here attended the taking one small strand at a time,
spelling at Grays Chapel last Friday , This will cleanse the hair of dust, el it
n'tfht. or excessive oil, and in just a' few
.Misses Oliie Julian and Eula Hays moments you have doubled the beautv
returned to Randleman Sunday after.of your hair. A delightful surprise
spending the week etnl with home 'awaits those whose hair has been neg-fo'k,s-
,,. .. T ,. . ,. lecteel or is scraggy, faded, lry, brittle
.Airs. Charlie Julian is spend ng some or thin. Ueddes beautifying the hair,
time with her parents, Mr. sind Mrs. Danelerine dissolves every particle of
Scott Lineberry, on Route 1. Idanelruff; cleanes, purifies and invig-
... ; ; , orates the scalp, forever stopping iteh-
Miss Swanna Lowdermilk, of Sea- ing and falling hair, but what will
grove. Becomes Bride of Rev. X. C. please you most w ill be after a f w
K0RRJ,n , , week's use, when you se0 new hair-
On Monday evening, I-eb. l!)th at, fine and downy at first ves but re
the homo "' the bride's parents near ally new hair grow ing all over the
Soagravo, Miss Swanna Lowdermilk, scalp. If you care for pretty, ift
ua inimi oi .hi. aim .urs. i. . i.ow -
thn bride of Rev. N.
C. Coggin, fe" ! .Ir. and Mrs. Z. D
Coggin, of Ne .endon, Rev. Baueom,
of Aberdeen, o,,l iat.ng, using the
beautiful ring remony.
The parlor was beautifully deeora'.
ed with pines and ferns. The wed
ding music was rendered by Mrs. M.
C. Auman. The bridal party entered
in the following order: First canm
the groom, dressed in conventional
black on the arm of his brother, James
Coggin, as best man. Next came the
briele, wearing a lovely traveling suit
of blue, carrying a buuquct of white
carnations and ferns, on the arm of
her cousin, Miss Almeela Lowdermilk,
then came little Odessa Lowdermilk,
cousin of the bride, as ring bearer,
tlresseel in white, carrying the ring in
a beautiful white flower.
After thc ceremony the party left
for Seagrove where they boarded the
train for Xew London to spenel a few
elays with the groom's parents, after
which they will leave for Syracuse,
Neb., by way of Washington and Chi
cago, where Mr. Coggin will resume
his work at that place.
Elon College Has Week of Interesting
The present week is to be filled with
public events on the Hill of an unusu
ally attractive and interesting charac
ter. On Tuesday evening a representa
tive oi the New Edison Phonograph
will give a rublic concert in which he
will demonstrate the practicability of
the phonograph for public lecture
teaching and concert purposes.
On cd.usday evening the Peace
Contest will be held to be participat
eel in Ly iive orators, from which con
test thr r:ie who will represent Elon
in the Mate Contest, to be held some
time E.e.i, v. Ill be selected. The ora
tors for thc feaion ; re: W. C. King,
Seagrove, X. C, H. T. Floyd, Roanoke,
Ala.: W. O. M t!ev, Burlington, X. C;
H. Babeock, Appomattox, Va.; and J.'all to know that I appreciate all that
L. Cr. ' iot i, Roxboro, X. C. you all did to the highest and hope
On Thurse'ay evening tollowing tne
lebration ih. rational holiday
commemorating the birth of the fath
er of our country, the Clio literary
society will present its. annual public
celebration. A elelightful program,
varied and comprehensive has been
pi 'pared covering the many-sieledness
of the activities of this organization.
The nrocrr.m is ns follows:
Oration, H. M. Redding.
Humorous, G. C. Donovan.
Vocal solo, Floyd Alexander.
Impersonation, E. R. Reidel.
Query: Resolved That free tide
would be a better commercial policy
for the United States than protection.
Affirmative: B. W. Everette, L. D.
Xegative: H. W. Carter, H. S. Hard
castle. On Friday afternoon the music de
partment will present in a matinee
performance about a dozen of its ad
vanced pupils in piano and voice.
The sermons delivered at the M. P.
church Sundav bv Rev. C. H. Byrum
were very much appreciated by his Thjs weakness made her health very
congregations. poor. After taking Doan's Kielney
Messrs. H. S. Edwards anel J. H.!pil,Si she began to improve and it re
Marley made a business trip to quired only three boxes to cure her.
Greensboro one day last week. she is now strong and healthy."
Mr. W. C. Burrow has bought his Pri.0 rn n Aoaiora nf
father's (J. H. Burrow) stock or
iroods in the Burgess building and
will close it out in the next 30 days.
Jesse Marley, of Siler City, was in
town last week.
Mrs. W. A. Grimes spent the week
end at Greensboro.
A fine new boy at Mr. W. C. Bur
row's. Messrs. Tom Marley, of Siler City,
and Wm. Marley, of Greensboro, came
over last Wednesday.
Misses Fannie and Laura Sumner,
of Greensboro Normal College, and
Mr. Geo. Sumner, of Guilford College,
came home Friday on account of the
sickness of their mother, Mrs. D. S.
Sumner, but returned Monday as Mrs.
Sumner is improving.
Mr. J. A. Russell made a business
trip to Asheboro Monday.
Mr. C. E. Henson has been making
some improvements on some of our
Miss Bell Sockwell, principal of the
Shiloh Academy spent Saturday and
Sunelay at Mr. R. D. Garrison's.
Mr. W. S. Buie spent the week end
at Hrgh Point.
Mr. H. T. Reder, of Greensboro, was
in town Monday.
A car-load of pure-bred beef cattle
will be distributed in the territory
around Wcaverville by the Farmers
and Traders Bank of that town. Ar
rmjpinenls are being made by the
count v apent of Buncombe county, Mr.
::. D Weaver, and Mr. L. I. Case,
1 r f Cattle Feld Agent of the Exten
sion Service, to obtain the cattle at
an early elate.
Hew Roll 3rd Month Marley's School
First grade--!!: yd Frazier.
.:'V"nd grr.de Pearl Frazier.
Third grade James Ifb-ks, Kerinit
Frazier. Pepsin Patt'shall.
FourJi riadi Moody Pattishali.
G. rt: u !c R' ynold-', Ti ache '.
I DRAW A M.MXT ( LoiH
M (;n H aii:. doi bli; its
BRA I TV
Try This! ILtir Gel Thick, (.lossy,
Wavy and Beautiful at Or.ce
Immediate? Yrs! C i ".ain ? that's-
.nair, anil lots of t sure v t
cent bottle of Knowltnn's'
from any elrue store or toiht- cnimt,.,.
anil just try it.
Liberty High Scheio Society .Meets
The Athenian Literary soeiev of
Liberty high school was called to or
eler Thursday by the president. The
study for the afternoon was the lives
of William Cullen Bryant f.nd Henry
W. Longfellow. Every member re
sponeled to roll call with some quota
tions from their works. The follow
ing program was renelered:
Song, society; elevotional exercises,
Annie Ashburn; "Sketches of Long
fellow's Life," Mabel Crutchfield;
reaeling from Longfellow, Lueile Kime;
"Sketch of Bryant's Life," Irene
Clapp; reaeling from Bryant, Willie
Andrews; stuelying etiquette, Miss
A contest was engaged in and Miss
Marylee Smith was the lucky one in
the cut for the prize. The report of
the critic and censor was made and
the society adjourned.
For a Bilious Attack
When you have a severe headache,
accompanied by a coated tongue,
loathing of fooel, constipation, torpid
liver, vomiting of partly eligested food
and then bile, you may know that you
have a severe bilious attack. While
you may be quite sick there is much
consolation in knowing that relief
may be had by taking three of Cham
berlain's Tablets. They are prompt
and effectual. Obtainable everywhere.
Letter of Thanks
Caraway Route 1, Feb. 13, 1917.
I wish to express myself through
The Courier to my frienels who visited
me on the llinst., that I feel sure
that you did accomplish your job nice
ly in surnrisincr me. and I wunt van
that there may be many Sabbath days
like this to one anel all of you. I
only regret that I did not tell you ail
at the time my appreciation to you
and hope you all w ill pardon any neg
ligence and come to see me again and
that others may join you.
MISS JULIA PIERCE.
CHILDREN NO EXCEPTION
In Asheboro as Elsewhere Youth and
Age Suffer Alike From Kidney
Weakness Is your child weak, frail and pale?
No control over the kidneys' action?
Kidney weakness is a serious thing
Far too serious to overlook.
It may mean a life of sickness.
Profit by Asheboro experiences.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Endorsed by Asheboro parents.
Read this Asheboro mother's en
dorsement: Mrs. J. F. Lewis, Sunset St., Ashe
boro, says: "One of my children hael
weak kidneys and at night was una-
t ,i u v,-,i n
Bjmpiy ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kielney Pills the same that
Mrs, Lewis recommends. roster-Mil-burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
Farmers' Union Meeting
The farmers of Randolph county
will meet in Asheboro the first Sat
urday in March the 3rd, 1917 at the
court house at 11 o'clock a. m. We
want every local represented . Please
come and bring some one with vou.
W. M. COBLE, Jr., Sec.
MAMMA! DON'T YOU SEE YOUR
CHILD IS SICK, CONSTIPATED?
Look at Tongue, Mother! Move Poi
sons From Liver and Bowels at Once
Mother! Your child isn't naturally
cross and peevish. Sec if tongue is
coated; This is a sure sign its little
stomach, liver and bowels need a
cleansing at once.
When listess, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, has stomach
ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gentle
liver anel bowel cleansing should al
ways be the first treatment given.
Nothing equals "California Syrup
of Figs" for children's ills; give a
teaspoont'ul, and in a few hours all
the foul waste, sour bile and ferment
ing food which is clogged in the bow
els passes out of the system, and you
have a well playful ehild again. All
children love this harmless, delicious
"fruit laxative," and it never fails te
effect a goed "inside" cleansing.
Direction.-, for babies, childrin of ail
ages and prov. n-tms are plainly on the
Kee p it h:nv'y in y- ur li. m . A little
U-iven today, saves a ; ick child tomor
row, lvit tf -t the genuine. Ask your
drugirist for a fiO-eent b it tie of "C:iii
fonvH Sypp ef F!g-" 11 en look rnd
see that it i- made by the CaFfornct
Fig Syrup Co.