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Leads In'.Both News and
PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN.
$1.00 Per Year.
ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 h .1906.
11 , II 11 13-W
g M nit
Large Gathering of Domociats in
Asheboro Saturday ,
NOMINATED TICKET FOR COUN
In Mot Cnsr Only Olt lliilliit in,
M'cc-Miry tin' X . in 1 11 ; t i n Primary
I'lii ecntf I Dt'lilxTBtiinis ul' (lit
Convention, t'oncressiiinii K.
X. Iiff Mmte ril icl Vil
The Democratic Convention for'
'Randolph county met iu the court
house t Asheboro Saturday, Aitc.
8th. The deliberations of the cuii
veunoa was clearly forecasted by
the refurus from the primaries held
the Saturday proceeding, smd which
were siublishei lu the last is1 tie of
The Courier. The convention was
well -attended, and an unusual inter
est was nianiftsted in who should be
clwsen to till! the cuius ty rtMicfS dur
ing the next two years
Col. W. C Woed presided over
the convention an.;' made a most
agreeable presiding ttff'.rei". Messrs.
J.. O. Redding, Chas.. M. Staley and
II. A. Tonilinsoti kwi made necre
ilaries of the convention.
There was a filing of hanuoiay
throughout the .convcnttou being
entirely controtn'd by delegates in
structed at the (primary. Very few
nominating speeches were maue acd
when Sheiiff T.. J. Finch's name
was presented to the convention for'
re-nouivaatiou, 'he withdrew it. Tbw
was followed fciy the nomination f
S. L. Hayworth for sheriff n the
first ballot. The ticket as ne-mi'iitit-ed
by the convention follows:
Clet'k of tfev. Court W. C. Ham
mond: Register of Lksels .J. !P.
Boroorjhs; Sheriff S L. Hayworth;
Treasurer B. F. Newby; Surveyor
II. A. Albright; Coroner l)t. II.
L. Fez; Cotiamissiouers A. Bul
la, II G. Loiter aud S.. W. Cos
House of tepreseutativoe W. 1'.
Wood anl W. T. Fousbee.
These elected on the "Sirst. Fallot
were Mr. Havworth for sheriff', re
ceiving 58.!l; B.
woou ana .v. i . rotisnee, roc douse
of Representatives; H. A. Albright,
for surveyor; A. N. IVjJIk, ;fr com-'
Mr Lastiiter was dec-Ured nomi
nated for ti immissioner'O.si the-Sefcond
bal 1ft and Mr. Cm, the tiird m 'ui
ber of the board on the third bailot.
Tlu-re wern tliree ca.ndidates he
fore the convention fir .coroner
Drs. C. II. Lewis and G. S. Tete
iti'ongly opposing Dr. Fo: who as
uouiinated on the third.
F'uture isuues of the Cousier wiCI
ju-eseiit ehert biographical .cketchoj
of the gtiitk'tjieti cooj.poeiag th
The Cot: '.:'.: tiou adopted 'tk-e r"ol-,
lowing lesulutioijo: )
Th" De;.'.!i."i-i!s nt Ra-lolph
county in cM.'ivention asseiuuled en
dorse the course of Hons. S.
(German a:ul F M. Simmoua our
Senators m uoiiimss aau in
struct our repr-sentati ves in th
geneiu! assetubiy, to vote tor there
election of lion. F. M. Simituns
for a second term in the Uuited
We further heartily endorse tLe
course of' II R. N, Page, our
rejiresi'iitative ii Congress, and
pledge our i-armt and hn ul support
to secure his ie-electi'n.
We Lt luve in the purification and
elevation oi politii.'al ooudHions and
congratulate the democracy on the
peace a:id good order which pre
vails. We believe iu the free and full
exprtSsiou of the will of lie people
at the ballot hux: and oppose the
purchase of votes or o:heruise 'or
.niptly intliieuiing any class of
.vot-rs. We hereby phdge ourselvts
and the nominees of tin convention
to do all in our pow er to see that
there is a free, fair and full ex
pression of the majority of the peo
ple in all elections. . ,
L. C. Andrews
F;. Motiitt ' Committee.
W.S.Lineberry J ,
Soon after the temporary organ
ization was effected and before the
convention entered into regular
business. Don R. N. Page,' entered i
the assembly room' and was give.'i a
ovation. Air. Page who represents
thiti district in congress,' responded
in happy way wit.li .ibnet speech.
He asked that harmony prevail, and
that defeated candidates work for
7 tw'&tyy K tl!uiiro ticket,
y'tnbit p&.lhn the prMiici pies of
... ;...ueaierticy,arc greater than any mail'
I Hit-rest llijf
'Xr-wt. Items- l-'rnin Kiin
illeman. Miss Turn Hughes returned Sat
urday from a visit to friends m
Durham and Dunn.
Frof. Bivins was here last week
in the interest of Trinity High
Mr. June Fox is spending the
wwk in Franklinville.
Mrs. M. E. Led well, of Wilming
ton, is visiting her daughters Mrs.
L. D. Meudenhall and Mis. K. L.
Guy Hayes, who has teen located
at Alebane, is spending his yacation
here with his parents. After Sept.
1st., Guy will accept a position with
the W. A. Ring Drug Go. of High
Dr. J. W, Long and daughter,
Miss Frances, of Greensboro, were
visitors here lust weeks.
Mrs. G. A. Allison and daughters,
of Tbomasville, visited at the h-.iuie
of Rev CM. Campbell last week.
J. E. Caudle has been appointed
carrier on Randletnun Rural Route
Rev. J. M. Pugh, Messrs. W. A.
Elmore, U. ti. Collius and E- U.
Jarrell attended the Piediiiont ran.
t;t Association held in High Point
Fiank Bowdeu, of New York, is
visiting his father, F. J. Bowdeii.
Miss Ellen Parker left last week
for a visit to relatives in WiEston
Saleiu. Miss Sallie Bostiek returned last
week to Gieensboro where he is
atteudiug Peel's Business College.
Mrs. Mary C. Dicks left Mondty
;for Montreal and Asbville.
Mrs. W. A. Underwood and Mas
ter William have returned frosu a
week's visit to Asheboro.
Albert E Flscott, sales engin-ier
for the D. A. Tompkins Co., of
Charlotte, was here test week -on
Frank Moore of AfeCall S. CL is
the guest of Mr. and Mre- T. ).
Frank Waltou, of Charlotte, vas
ji ml li'tnrfii riiaitnr lufi- u-Ab
Miss Louise Connolly, of Vir-
visiting her sister, Mra. C
j i ,.mMi,ii
I.H.Cole and Master Herbert,
leave this week for a vieit to relati
ves in Chapel Hill.
Prof. J. L. Harris arrived Thurs
day and is making preimratiwns for
the op.-nin? of sehoo! Septernbe"
James A. Howell left Satnrdii)'
foe Liberty w here he will enter
Liberty High School.
1'. P. Hayes leaves this week for
New York where he will pure base
his stock of fall goods.
C Al. Campbell, Jr. of JacioOH
Springs spent Sunday Iwre xith
his father Kev. C. M. Campbell.
Edgar Wall, of Hil: Point, is
very sb;k with typhoid fevjr. He
has iiiiuy friends iu Ri'.iiJii-ni.t;:,
v.ho will regret to learn that M-:
eonditiou is ciiticul.
The Ri!id!eman Telephoiu- (.'ntu
ptny and he Asheboro Tel;phoni
CiNiijiany iir.' building .i "e.ippei
cirt.uit" between the two towr.
Kr. and Mrs. 8. Bryant am!
children went to Atlantic City last
Thursday an J will be t!:eiv fo-
Prof. J. L. Harris hat! return -d
to Riiidleimin. after liis vacation
He telk us school will not open til:
September 17. Mrs. Harris and
Goldie will not arrive su RanJle
ruan until some time iu November.
W. R. Neal has purchased the
house and lot of W. H. Winning
ham. He will at once make an
addition to his new premises a
modern photo gallery, which will
enable him to nianipulaw light and
shade so as to produce the best el-
fects in the p!nirpntjii: art.
Mr. William Bunting and wife
sjave a nice dinner to their friends
on thalKtb, winch was their birth
day, both having the sun? day, the
same month and '.car, which is not
usual. We enjoyed the nice things
to wit and meeting our Jriends.
And wish for Ir. and Mrs. Bunt
ing many happy birthday dinners
Aincl Miirilcrrr i-rc!, .!.
Last Friday Deputy Sheritl C.
R. Palmer and Hinrv Smith arrest
ed John Garrett, a negro, who has
been working for Mr. Wilson lute
uear ClUiuix.-'wtho is charaed with
t hf 'iuurdor.-uit) Toirt' -i-Burton, also
colored, nearftiirk Crtck', in Ala
inance county July 2nd.
Little .ii I Injured ly
i n,-( nhtit-
The pnitracted meeting at Fair
view will beu'in the 1st Sunday in
Little Clara Blair, while trying
co bridle a horse one day bi.it week,
was kicked on the hip and received
a severe wontid but is thought to
II. M. Cranford speut 'last Satur
day ami Sunday visiting friends iu
.Miss Pearl Crabtree, of
Point. i Speli-Vllig tile Week
Miss Porta Mvredith.
Miss Elethc. Elder gave a
party on tlu evening of th-.-
I.I W II
from T:30 tu 11 o clock, in honor of
Miss JeweH Pickel, who is spending
some time with her, al.-o in token
of Miss E:telh- Cranfords thirteenth
birthday and Clarence Meredith's
sixte iitit. Refreshments were f.-rv-ed
on the liiun by Mioses (-iai tiler
Elder and Do Lac.-e The otner,
invitwi guests were Misses Lee Ufa
Millikni.. Mary and Bertha Mere
dith, Retta Bl-iir, mid Artie i.'ran-ford-
Messrs. Jjinvi Little, Jack
Pvbus, 1!. V. Miihkan, II'. M. Crn
fo;l. Allen H!a r and Mr. Billey.
Tne-eveiiii-.g '. highly eej-'y-d by
C ! .
Mr. Fitrd Blair .-talels kX the
head with the l.itffest watermelons,
of the season- Weighing from 50
to '( J'OIIIhIs.
Mr. Z. A. Wall, of JeSrsou City.
Teuneesee, was in to see his sister,
Mii. Myei", 'ast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peace;, of High
Point, ent Sunday visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr., and Mrs.
W. E. Albi rtson.
Air. and Mis. Whit, of Guilford
College, are visiting k: the comma-i
'ntKi-nrti irx PrejiH ri lis
their llirt lir
the South boa nd Ks-'lwav
way will be st:irteu next wevk and
it is expected that T. ork wiil oegin
immediately. Several biihh-tv. on
the -concrete work ka.e beeu through
tht county in the la- t few days view
ing :;he bridge sites at Abbott's Creek
anc nfthe Yadkin civer, bids having
bees advertied for tin construction
lit' yi.e iUiiSOUi'V these sf.'.-tilil.-.
t.lt a!' tin pI'i'i-i'V-;! l.liil'oaCS !n.ik-
iag t'j connectiijg 'hi coul i'hJs and
the Kurt h west v,itl. the sea coint,
the Southbound i
whii.l. will haw- i
per cent, grade. T
aew re ud aiiiOng h
in the country. L
tlie ji.iiclioii of t
il-iie.-i,.' i: the Sv-,;!
and it certainly wi'.i
3 the os'y one
"-tenths mi' ulie
.is will place the
' I'.lieSt Utill best
dngtoi; will U-iii-ing
o great trunk
SOLI) MINE PL'DPERT Y .
VII ( !) It.lll-t- )'i
I I .niii' in Noil'-
.Saturday a deal Vis
which iransft rred a t
iu north .f he'ioro to a i
lailt.hersi e.-i.!talists '-
they .set ut'eu a property
is a rudi gvdd -in.
Air. Aliiior says there
i al read V
the pro -
a shaft forty feet d.'ei
neitv wiiii h the company
,'iietlv developing for souie
and they liave i'e.'eutly f truck aj
vein alioiit four fe t wide wlm li
assays MS to th,- to,. j
It is learned that the company i
will paco c-' ' worth of macJiin
at ill) oar)
of the mine.
Tile mii.e is loc t.'i
pertyon No: .), Kavetteville st , vet.
W!.... mill Mi'i-fi;-- ' i. ai.ou-. iiir.
Read Wood M.-iing's bigadver
tisenienton the Mh page of the Cou
rier. This lji'ui..is now running a
big Mid SitnniiWr Clearance Sale.
Prices are cut do1 !'! , in uearly every
department of this big sforc. They
are now making a specnij run on
clothing but for several days bar
gains will be found in' every line.
Marrk5.r;at the residence of T. J.
Uteele, A.!gef;l'it.U, 1 (mo; Mr. Ed
Lamb ami Miss Ktie Burgtss, both
of Randlcmaii. "T. J. Steele oiTL-i-illed.
CAPT. SMITH INJURED.
Narrowly I'.sciilied Serious ln.jiir ul
ll.iiiillrniiHi Vfitenl:i) Miiriilnjr.
(.'apt. W. V. Smith, section fore
man uii the Southern, narrowly es-cap-d
serious injury while superin
tending work on the track at Ran
dleiiriii Wednesday morning.
While walking by the work train
which whs in motion, Capt. Snntli
stepped on a wet cross tie. His
fon' slipped and he fell on the
trin k between the cars. Fortunate
ly for Air. Smith a ballast drag had
btt !j arranged iu front of the rear
car which caught him and he was
dragged several feet, su.-t tiiiing only
Lad it not been fo" the drag he
would in all pvubabi ity have beeu
cruied under the wheels of the
ear Capt. Smith was brought in
ti i st'etcher by the local from
ILJi Point and carried to his
home where he wit attended by I'r.
J. V. Hunter. The physician re
ports that though Capt. Smith is
badly bruised his injuries are not
of-a serious nature.
I'Mendo have received the fi l.nv
Mr. vnrnl .Mrs. Mrnry I!. N U i:
: iMet? llie iniii riage of llieir ij'it;!;ier
Dr. Julia Alfred 1'nkfti
J' r-sil.'iy iiiuriiiiiK, AiiktiKt 'lie twpniy nrs;
niiietee-i liumliv I :s:!il -ix
at M.t-tliiriy e i-luck
at tlieir b'w
liiirliiitnn, Ne.-li I 'aiuliiui.
At Home, nftfr September lirst
Dr. Pickett is a native u this
county, lie formerly lived m Ce
dar drove township.
ClmrffHI With FalM- PrrtniM-.
Chess Baldwin, colored, was arrest
1 Sunday on a warrant charging
him with securing goods under false
nivtense. -Baldwin secured a watch
from a woman under pretense of
having it repaired. Going to the
fin nitur-e store of Reams & Fox he
gave the watch as security f r fur
niture to the amount of iL'i. B;tld
wiu was given ;i prelimiKary hearing
and bound over to tss.irt Iu de.
faul'. of bond he was placed in jail.
Mrs. C. C MeAhst
V'-ii'ior. for Toi wav.
i raves, of Alichlield,
S. I.i-Ris, on Sunset
anil, of BiscfK-,
to sjielid a few
ailir here TlieSihi
lar-- v ith Mr. Ur
! The-s.dio.il ut New Hope Academy
j wi'i; open Septetiib.-r tth instead of
; the .'.':'' ;h of August as previously
C...it. A. E. Burii conductor U
? As!h-l:oro an.! High Point
-iiUied iijiou his vacation yesterday,
'lie wt: relieved l.y Capt. T. j.
liosetooiid, of Spencer.
-lu'lior,.. j ,,,iHj f..lfli.rul uf M,, c.h.tS p:..,,.cjs
unstimulated j p,ryai(t, who died in Oakland, (.al.,
act of Lnd hist week was conducted at Char
coiiipauv ol Jott, M-ndav. Mr.-.. Hrymt wat- a
A ho b iie.e j,;;t.;:lt(,. ,,f Ool. Hiui.iltoil C. Join,
.-.ipon w hi. h jf ('harlot fe.
I ' lu' AelK-.horo (u'.uie.l llonls Wilt
1 - '!"'11 Monday S-pt." S, ''.");.
i " '"'k on tfe new minding nas pro.
i gl'SSSed slowly becillise of the delays
in getting material, ami it oe
couiee necessary to bei.'i school in
the o!d buildiug.
Mr. Harris Rush tells us that he
lo.-i. a fine Jersey milch imv last
week an ! that he now thinks that
the cow died frofu hydrophobia.
I,,..,' I.m .I.-ivj l,..for.. Ill-; ,lo
i.n 1 it ie probable that tie
lnM :a,u 1)11 lQe cow'
l'he Ladies Aid Society
M. I'.. Church offers for sale double
arm clniafleliers which were recently
rephu-ed by electiic lights in t!:e
church iu Asheboro. Particulars
. an be had by addressing Mrs. W.
11. .Mori tig or Mrs. Annie Robins, of
The "school coniuiittee of district
No. .S, of Ne Hope township Ran-
nlop!i county, are ready for appli.
'i.-ii- from persons desiring to
j teach the. schooU.j4IWL's Grove.
Good salary '.will be pwd.-.' . Tho
committee is comjpdsed of . Wjlson
HiirchaTrmfthr'A'. R. Hill and S.
Y. Hopkins, at Pinson.
HIGH POINT LETTER.
r-tverett Hotel l.-iIAlleii Jay Here
The members of the Catholic De-
nominution are phnniiifr to build a
lew church here. Their bishop
thinks well of the prospect, after
visiting in the city a day or two.
The Acme Cafe has the most ar
tistic electric -1 isli sign that has
bee!l put lip here at any livsiti 'es
The best Chair Company v;l!
.-tart its larire new factory in :i
. Rev. W. M. Bagby, of Morgant u,
speut last Weduesday her.- visiting.
R. h. Laylor is ottering sum
lots on the market this Week.
E. E. Push and W. E. Johns have
leased the Everett Hotel fu another
term of years. They will now con
trol all of the building and will re
furnish it from top to bottom, ad
ding al! of the modern up to date
Mrs. Cora Lowe :ud daughter,
Aliss Caihe, of Troy, visited rela
tives here last week, on their way
b ane from Guilford College.
The Baptist Pietlm nit Associa
te, n was held here hist week. The
liitroductoiy sermon was preached
last Thursday night by Rev. W. li.
Br'u'ishaw, a "Randolph boy."
Charley 'Vel born ami family have
g..ne to Al core's Springs for a two
Rev. Allen Jay, of Richmond
Indiana, preached a very instructive
and aide sermon last Wednesday
uittiitutthe Friends church. We
aie always gh.d to see and hear him
p e e!".
j)r. M. V. Burrus, of Nebraska,
who having spent a few days here
visiting his brother, Dr. J. T. Bur
rus, returi.ed home on Monday.
Johu AlcLeid has returned from
the western part of the State.
Jesse Harrison, manager ot the
City Transfer Company, hauled a
load of goods from the silk mill
hist week to tlie depot valued at
J. J. Faniss is the promotor of
the new Realty Company organized
heie last week. They start out with
a$; 1,1 inn capital.
Rt.ii.or has it that the Oth bank
will ! organized here in a few days.
Ui. W. L. Potent, president of
Wake Km est College, delivered an
addr.-ss here Friday night.
A eii ircn party was held by the
laiii. - last Thursday night at the
home of Mayor M. J. Wrciin, much
to the delight of all who Were at
his hospitable ho.i.e.
Rev. Thomas Carrick has return,
ei! f : ota Forrestville, where he con
ducted a revival.
William Wilson, i colored), aged
H year?, -vas killed by onu of the
Southern's fast' ttains yesterday,
while he was standing on a trestle.
Fire-chief, A. B. Ilorney, on be
ing a.-jktil about the buildings er -et-ed
since the 1 -ith of Septemder 1(h.j.
said that there had been ;i ; - new
houses built. Air. Horney has to
give the permits to parties before
they can huihl.
Miss Giorgia Re.-ce preached a
very able sermon at Friends i hurch
The Bar I. land sold last Satur
day e.m.-istiiig :M nT - vas
bought ! v Kiv.i MatVord aiet i'li
Barbee f.u .fj.-'o.
Clarence A. Willi, fe: iliel of Ed
gar, but now of this city, is very ii
at the Junior Order Hosi.ita'.
Mrs. William Mavis was bariei
at Springtieid Stindav. T.1!.- f il er
al was conducted by R.- '.'' li
Roach and Rufus King.
The work on the liew .-'.ifM!i e
goitiit o;i now :it a rapid rate.
Supt. J. ti. l-an, of the w.Ue:
works, ha., I;.-.' .na! will lie -i;.
ceedei: by W." !. A ieV.tub r, 1
Chariot!., win. .Mil assiiiiie hi.- u :
duties Si '. :ii;i.-i i.-t.
( laud Mn-s.-v v ! S.iiun'..
Ab. i.h'i . C!
Came l;;,!., f c.e;
paised through h-.-r. S.itur.
hei way to Ihu.dolph county to vis t
This city was well r. pre-cn'.' ii lit
Aluir's Chapel la.-t Sunday.
R. C. Branson is very sic!, at his
home on South Main Street.
One liuud'vd carpenters wi
put to work 'this wm-k on. the. two
mills of the Fred Br mu-r Lumheri
rv.,., .., uX ii, .-;- i
VU.iinj 1.11101.1111 f . M Hi ll COllI
pleted t' is will Iv one of the largest
lumber plants in the Sjuth.
Northern People See North Carolina
la New Light,
! HONOR OF STATE REDEEMED.
Ii iuiii( A. t Ion i.l '.io ei inn- nml i imrt
Ollirci- lit S:ililinr l!ili-. tii llie
"itiiiition-- De-ci ieil Cnilll.
At the hatids of the newspapers of
tin- north which essay to represent
the 'stipeiior civilization claimed by
an e'k-ineut of that section of count rj
North Carolina is getting an over
dose of praise for the alleged 'TeVO-
'r ! littion" which is aMe-L'ed bv them to
have recently taken place iu thin
state on the subject -'f lynching.
The New York Sun, the New
York Kveni'.ig Post and other lead
ing papers of the mirth and west
profess to have witnessed the break
ing of a great light of reformation
in North Carolina through the con
iction of one lyncher who has oc
cupied himself in the favorite 'past
tune of nigger killing,' the sentenc
ing to the penitentiary actually of a
white man for lynching a "nigger."
The Sim thinks North Carolina
will not, have long to wait to secure
a grout influx of immigrants, thut
the state will soon be sought out and
over-run with immigrants, if the
"policy" enunciated by the conviction
of George Hall at Salisbury is pur
sued and the world at large made to
understand that the crime of lynch
iug has been stamped put, fch?..
Governor Glenn, Judge Long, So
licitor Hammer and the state press
are given deserved credit for the
pronounced stand and activity
against lynching and the efforts
made and yet to be made to punish
members of the mob. Alauy of
these same newspapers have for a
long period of years been only too
ready and willing to criticise and
condemn the people of North Caro
lina and the south on various pre
texts in the past, and truly it is en
couraging to witness their willing
ness to do us justice in the matter
now under discussion, and to give
us even mure credit than we yet
When "public sentiment" against
lynchiiii becomes as strong in North
Carolina that it can and will vindi
cate the law through the einvictior.
of some of the alleged "prominent
men" who participate in t ;e... Ivuc.h-
ll'J, ber, like SOIlie of tiios" who
a: e alleged to have taken a part in
tiie niu'.v recent lynching, then in
deed can it be justly claim .-d that
the "revolution has actual ly taken
place; then indeed can it be truth
fully claimed that it will be dau
sferuus for any one to oarticipate in
the crime ui lynching in
1 ma again.
Foi that reason and
siit rid's and
I hoped that the etl'ifs of
to convict anil puMSu
hers of tin- mobs t hat d
State in l.'owaii and .-'in
1 are to I e made, W
irdets issued to the
and eo'f.manding o'llci-r.
ini'Ui.its l.i.-t week !
Gleiir. o.ight to luiv,- a
feet in Compelling li-sp
I.iw ami ii..- , t- ...i
s of Aliiitarv
'!..- 1'i.irt of.
::' that .-.a,
II remiss in.
of his duties
h. has been
lie effort to
! 'lunation of
' i vie f a- justly ';
pre.-ent eoeri:r i
a wav iu the disciiure
in t!ii piiiiu.s.s oi th;;
if.ttetive at any time i
illipli ss both bis i-nic.ii
i! disapproval and c
s-i-caile. "lynch law".
1.1 r. v .M.
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