Asheboro, N. C, Thurs., Jan. 21, 1915.
LOCAL AN.U PERSONAL
Mr. Colon Spencer, of Mebane, was
in Asheboro a few days this week.
Mr. W. J. Baldwin, of Spies, was in
town on business yesterday.
Mr. C. C. Cranford went to Greens
boro on business Monday.
1 Dr. J. B Shamburgei. of Star, was
in Asheboro Monday evening
Mr. C. G. Frazier spent Sunday with
relatives in the Staley section.
11m. C. B Griffin spent last we,
with relatives in Burlington
Cogressmarf R. N. Page has ap
pointed Mr. G. T. Macon as postmas
ter at Farmer.
Rev. Mr. Norwood preached in tvt.
Presbyterian church Sunday mornir.f
Mrs. C. L. Whitaker and son Clifton
returned Friday from the eastern par.
f tie State where they have been
visiting relatives and friends.
Solicitor Hayden Clement, Salis
bury, was in Asheboro Sunday nigni
on his way to Troy where court is
in session this week. '
Mr. J. O. Forrester and son, of Rar..
eeur Route 2, were in town Mond:r
Mr. Forester called at The Courier
flice and renewed his subscription.
Sme rabbit hunters jumped a fox
in the Level Cross neighborhood las.
week and caught him after fifteen
Uib. T. C. Wood, of Chanotte, re
cently visited her parents, Mr. and
Mm. E. L. York, of the Central Fa.'is
Msssrs. L. L. Whitaker, Chas. M.
Fox and Clarence Rush have returned
iron Rowan county where they spent
several days hunting.
Mrs. Oscar Andrews has returned to
her home in Newton after spending
some time with her father, Mr. S".
Smith, on Asheboro Route 2.
The Asheboro Candy Kitchen has
moved from the corner building near
the depot to a part of the building o.
cupied by J. E. Harden.
Miss. Mittie Lovett has returned
from Burlington where she spent
some time with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Allie Boroughs accompanied her
home and will spend several days.
The Piedmont Chair company has
resumed operations after a standstill
of a short time. The factory is run
ning on full time and is working the
usual number of hands.
father. Mr. 1
gold left Monday for Lenoir to enter
MRS. E. H. MORRIS HOSTESS To 1
MEMBERS OF RANDOLPH Btn.v :
Mr. Irvin Cox, of Ulah, was a busi
ness visitor in town Tuesday.
Messrs. R. I. Dickens and Jesse
Scarboro are representing the Ashe
boro Masonic lodge at the state meet
ing at Raleigh this week.
Miss Florence York, who is attend
ing the Asheboro Graded school,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. York at Central Falls.
Mrs. Arie Elizabeth McDonald, of
Seagrove, died December 31, aged 33
years. Mrs. McDonald is survived by
a husband, five children, two sisters,
one brother and her father.
The lynching of two women am.
two men alleged to have beaten tc
death a police chief at Monticello, Ca
adds another black mark on our civ
ilization and the fact that the vietir,..
are colored does not palliate or miti
gate the fearful tragedy.
Mr. John J. Turner, of Indianapolis,
Ind., has arrived in town and is pro
paring to open a grocery store i.
the building recently erected by 1
Moore. Asheboro people are glad to
have Mr. Turner return and make his
home among them. He will move his
family here later.
Mr. W. C. Hayes died at his home
on Seagrove R. F. D. last week, lie
was 35 years old and was a son of Mr.
W. N. Hayes. Surviving are: li s
wife, father and mother, two sisters,
and one brother. He was buried in
the Antioch cemetery. The funerai
services were conducted by Kev. T. E.
The Willing Workers of the M. E.
church re-organized last Sunday and
changed their name to a Junior Phi
lathea class. The officers are as fol
lows: President. Alice Phillips; vice
president, Alice Birkhead; secretary,
Faye Ferree; secretary and treasurer,
of the Foregn Mission department,
The kind words of appreciation
said and written to us about The Cou
rier are more than appreciated. The
Courier is trying to till a mission.
Abuse and bitterness, it at an urnc j w r)ixon- D A Ruro.ess W w pix
strives to avoid. Those who are ;-; on, J L Clark, F .1 St.wl, .T 11 Bilk
spomnng 10 our leiiue&is jui i ; head, c; A Snvdor, 1 8 Do-h 7
tances for arrearages and paynu.. ; navja, j g Cartel-, C B I.'nir' -' 11
in advance are not a few. iCallicutt, G H H:irvis-n J T St1"''1"'
il.eo. W Keitzol. 1. M V.Vir.ms. 0 II
! One evening last week at the homo
of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles E. 1'ugh, oi:
A most pleasant and intc-esting Church street, Miss Maggie Lassitcr,
meeting of the Randolph Book Ci. of Bombay, and John A. Dalton, of
was held with Mrs. K. H. M wis, at Greensboro, were united in mania,;-;-her
home on Woi th street last Friday the ceremony being performed by
Several visitors wore present to p: .-- Rev. Melton Clark in the presence of
take of the hospitality of the ho.v- a large -number of friends and rela
and enjoy the splendid program whi !: i tives of the contracting parties.
.Master Champ Land acted as ring
work I bearer carrying it in a large American
was as follows
German Wormn and her
iurs. j. u. iioss. , ieauty rose, .iis.s Kmma Komi pa.v
Notable German Women of today 1 ed Mendelssohn's Wedding March ami
Mrs. Annie Robins. ' I Emglemann's ".Melody of Love." The
German Children an 1 Tlome Life. parlor was decorated with palms for
Mrs. J. O. Redding. the occasion. The bride in a hand-
The current oventa followed, and , some going away suit of green cloth,
many of them pointed directly to ' presented a most attractive picture
Germany, her people, country ami ac-, with her bouquet of American Beauty
tivities at present along military line, roses.
Misses Evelyn, Lucile and Clara The bride is the charming daughter
Belle Morris, with their cousin Miss, of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Lassitcr, cf
Mary MolFitt, delighted the guests Bombay, Randolph county. For the
with vocal and piano solos and ducts.! past year she has been making her
Miss Bulla playintr the vocal c'cnrr1-1 home in Greensboro and during thi
paniments. Mrs. Morris served chick- time has made a lar;re number of
en salad, sandwjehes, coffee and mints, friends. Mr. Dalton is v. meirili r of
all of which were most delicious. The the firm of Tatum anil Dalton. Mr
next meeting will be he'd on Januar- Pnd Mrs. Dalton will be at home at
20. at the home of Mrs. E. G. Morris' "Blandwood."
, Friends and relatives' from a di.--
COURIER'S HONOR ROLL tance wno attended the marriage
. i were: Her brothers, Mr. Wait I.as-.o-
The following ronovals and nev.- nm!'ayi Mr- Irving- Lassiter.
subscriptions have boon received ihe:h rmt: Mr- E. L. Totle Virrin-
since our last renort: mr- nn" ''"s. in. c. More, i.'ur
3 wtasmriiRsmminrKanrw&raBxi, vnuui-iMM.ii-ixiJcrummjn
Will commence on Monday, January
25, 19 IS. Our entire stock of men's,
Ladies' and Children's shoes, a.j
heavy underwear and all heavy winter
gecd-; will be offered at a red-iied
We invito all m:r customer. a.vi
friend-; to take advantage of IhU op
portunity. C. G. FUAZIEIJ & SON
Asheboro N. C.
H V. IF -
lington; Mr. and Mrs. Austin F. Stan-
cock, cousins of t'le bride, of New
York City, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Hardy, of Washington, I). C.
KEEP IT HANDY FOR RHEUMATISM
W J Caveriess, W J S!r-.!ev. C.i-n.o
Moon, Mrs. O A Biov.n, J W VY"
J W Hulin. B F Ridge, S A Pic'.vl',
W N Davis, J V C-.-anlVd, C U 1
shaw, T F Pug!:, B H Lassitcr, J II
Craven, W M Stevenson, E L Way,
D T Black, J 1.1 Ncely, Mrs. J C Clark,
M P Coward. T I. IJusIl A Kic iv-l
Geo. Lucas, Jno. Ii Troi'don, J N Ca- use to ST'drm ami wince and try
gle, Jno. Presnell, W G Coble, J 1) to vvear Pl!t W Rheuir.alisni. It
Browev, A W Lnmhert, N A Mitchell, Nvi11 wear instead. Apply
K E Hare, Elizabeth Clark, J A Wa! I somo Sloan's Liniment, Need not rub
ker, M C Rush. M:-s. A W Hurrhes. 11 in just let it penetrate all through
E C Kearns, Chas. H Welch, R J tie affected parts, relieve the sore
Lawrence, Reddie Fields, M A York, ness and draw the pain. Yo.i get case
D B Presnell, W R Lucas, B 13 Mollitt, at once and feel so Yniu-h better you
J M Pounds, AWE Capcl. Mrs. .1. H. wnt to go right out and tell other
MrLeod, S S Robins, Mrs. C II Pep- sufferers a', out Sloan's. Get a bottle
per, J C Hoover, C S Redding. John of Sloan's Liniment for 2o cents of
Presnell, Duncan Dove, C H Julinn, any druggist and have it in the house
against Colds, Sore and Swollen
Joints. L-'li:-,ro, Sc'atie;: and V.-:a ail
ments. Yoer S!-!i y back if not sat
isf.ed, but it d ies give t.'r.i.o.t instant
relief. Euy r. brtt'c to.lr.y.
Sergeant Cady, of Raleigh, is in'"V " i i .. :?.ms, .i
Asheboro this week giving instruc- lwnM?':niZ Kno THE STAXDAUl) DRl'G COMPANY
Uons to the local military company. Cbarles I VI T ' Si)1 (i U,M"
A special eirort is being made w ! n i ' inju, t!! a T ' "! r ' PANY iOaMl LARY.
bring the company up to the standard . V eV ' T;;'"' T, "."' -r, ,
f, ,A, thU the memhershio niu lC l00'- M.1S- M A Pai -,s!,, V The Latest and Best Formulas for
" y r : . ' f ox. a s c n ,-nf i i i t
Fox, A S Callicutt. D M Gre-
that the Asheboro boys will rally tc "L t,te.' ' ,.''0.A Crnv son, H P Compiled for the Standard Drug Co.
the support! oi the company and .. . j orw,th' B, , Ad To and' the P.-xall Drug Co. by I),
one of the best in the State. $W?h h If '" , V-non f',,-; , Charies W. Parsons, formerly editoi
it out oi me.oe , S J Kearns, M-s. .So'oi-on F.-ai.ie.-. of Diiiggi.-1 Circular, Chemist foi
Oyster Supper and Sociable next
Tuesday evening. January 26, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Muring.
Supper served from 6:30 to !:30. Oys
ters stewed and fried; coffee, ice
M (; low, Fred Cor. W M C
Burns, T E Trov. .1 T Turner. .T:i
J Turner, Sam Aldridge, A T (V-h1-C
B Turner, Do'nli Craven, !!';-
Butler. Dennis ''rod. Monroe f-i
i ii p u- h P.,.,t i-i'cam, cake, candy. Come and bring Y- Robt- Jf"- !! Graver. SVn'-
Inei1uK n w1 "ur friends. There will be music and ,',.n'lsay-,1N,'e 1 "risden. G If Jon-:.
in Asheboro vuth h1'' other entertainment. Proceeds for the Dnw, Frnnk GaTlimo-o. T
erd Ingold. ai J"" ! Woman's Missionary Society of the M. Kirns Alex. MeNe.ll Jno. T??.--
On January the 12th in the oilices oi
ardson, L H Cu-tis. J C Alb
p-aret Latham. A N Bulla. A R Pix,
H M Robins, XT''vor. T-'icp?. Mis. c. r
; a;. f ,,m ii.t t Kn'ov f the I-irst National Bank the annual "" T' ' A f-
i ukeLa Fli The Courier t lV ,HSt"clho"'ers meeting was held. The Crazier. J B Willi. 7. Hos.-n A W
Lakeland, Ha. lhe Couiier v.1,1 i- directors was re-elected p,"r,, Mrs- Ma,'.v Yow N. C MeDow-
glad to publish le ters ;from any form-1 o boart ot director p y y
r Randolph people who care to wntc. ;,e 'SeVj0! SLVS" C Pierce, R I, A-ex-am,...-,
Rev. Joel B. Trogdon will preach at president, C. J. Cox; cashier, J. X. ' " ' a,K"s- R ''' (ox. Homer A"lo..,
Mt. Pleasant the fourth Sunday at 11 Ncely; bookkeeper, Miss Jessie I;ii-I:- x: " Hammend. J 1- Keeli.i".
a. m. and at Flint Hill at 3 p. m. tK head. This bank has done good busi- '.' c'0,;eirD!,M , 1 hom'T"- '' "
!( dav. The public is cordially in-i ness during the past year. It is llv 'Vl'V' . .ft tx-aniwo N 1 (,-,..
i.(V, oJ, l..nlv rn.tu.nn1 h.nl.U- in the ,-o.inl v- VV f' AldndirP. W U Borrow, M C
Tie Bank of Carthage, which wa
recently closed, has been taken ov
by the Page Trust Company. The Car
thage bank will be operated as .
branch of the Trust Company.
The stockholders of Central Falls
I Cotton .Mills held their semi-annuai
i meeting in Asheboro Friday and re
I elected olljcers for the ensuine: yea.
as follows: Vice-president J. M. Cav-
Williamson, T M P
'and. M F Lasfatov
Foitst, D M Holm,
Cox. J T Dorsett,
J A Boa- V
J T Arnold, C
11 X Pag". J
Campbell, H L Lomax, W A Jam'1
J A Brown, V U Cov, R B ('.-ave.-J
C Craven, J M Ellis. C E Maso-i
H MeMasters, J W Richardson. W '
;. I a very successful one for the company, j W H Ronkemeyer, E ERoa !
Mr. J. W. Murray, whose drowning ess secretary-treasurer, Robert L.
is reported elsewhere in this issue, e J,,
was a nephew of Rev. J. E. Thomp
son, of Asheboro. Mr. Thompson wei
to Burlington to attend the funeral
t i u v Tu.nn 1 i rospecis ior a ku ousiness yeai
son, of Asheboro. Mr. Thompson went J h.-io-hi. Plentv ,
orders are on file am
Rev. C. T.. Whitaker left Tuesday The mill has plenty
fnr WpHtminiHtpr. MrC. where he Poes tives. Two thousand
to deliver an address on Service and were consumed last year.
Suffering to the Theological students
in Western Maryland College. j Q.uitea little excitement was creat-
led in Thomasville Saturday when C.
Mr. and Mrs. Culler and their daugh- w. Gillam attempted to shoot We' i
R J Pearce. J C Kearns. W H I
rence, T A Briles. J L Briles. J C
I cotton bought I Enr,w, L"Sran Nelson. W L Stutts.
of good oper j f?1;' J. D lI""a' C Ji Johnnon,
bales of cotton ' N Ste.pd- Anna R Cox- A G l oo'.
L. h. Doj'artment of Agrii-ultii
VVas'iington, I). C, Professor of Prac
tical Phariaey and Analytical Chem
ist '-y in Co! lego of Pharmacy, of Cliy
of New Yoi k.
These f raiulas are copyrighted.
' It will ! noted that each formr!::
gives the kind of each medicine f.
each forr.ivki, but the quantity v.i
each meiluine to be used is not "pub
lished, bi;t is kept in a separate bo-. I
and thc.e formulas can he filled oni
s;t the Standard Drug Co. and l;c
all stores in Ashoeoro.
The jvice of each formula is given,
and :-l you have to do is to cut mi:
this forinvJa a;i I rend it to the Stand
ard Drii-:- Co. or lce-;al! Drug Co.. i..
getlier with the price. You can
money l y using iheso r.irmu!;!s.
ROSE LIP SALVE
ParaiU i .
Oil Keso, q. s.
Melt the fats, add desired n'lioum
of the color and perfume (dissolve
in alcohol) and stir till cold.
Price, 2 Cents
Imparts a rose color to the
prevents chapping and is agreeable to
What You Can Buy a the
Rexall Drue Store
Standard Drug Comp'y
VU-k's Croup Salve 2."c
Braine's Croup Salve 25c
Mother's Joy 25c
Dr. King's New Discovery . 5t)c
Rexull Cherry Bark Cough
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion $1.UU
Scott's Emulsion . 50c and $1.00
Tooth Brushes 10c to 25c
Hair Brushes 25c to $2.50
Cloth Brushes 25c up
Scrub Brushes 5c to 25c
Nail Brushes 10c to 25c
Bibles $1.00 up
Books (standard authors).. 50c
Founain Syringes $1.00 to $2.51)
Bull) Syringes . . . .50c to !M ' 0
Letter Files 2."c
Toilet Paper 5c and 10c
Dean's Cough Drops ftc
. Smith Bros. Coucrh Drops . . 5c
Hoarhound Drops 20c lb
Rcxull Wine of Cod Liver Oil SI
Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic. 50c
Trusses if 1.00 iiM
Plasters, all well known hrands.
Dr. Hess Stock Food 25c, 50c, SI
Dr. Hess Poultry Food .... 25c
Dr. Iless Worm Powder ... 50c
Dr. Hess Heave Cure 5ilc
Magic Stock and Poultry
Powder at reduced prices.
Rexall Ko-Ro-kas-Kets 25c
Rexall Headache 'tablets,
30 for 10c
Rexall Little Liver Pills 10c box
Rexall Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil $1.00
Minard's Liniment, the best. 25c
Lax Fos 50c
Thacher's Blood and Liver
Simmons Liver Regulator.. 25c
Nyal's Liver Regulator ... 25c
Black Draught 25c
St. Joseph Liver Regulator, 25c
Talnm Powder, 25c brands
selling at only ,c
Big line of toilet goods at..
We call special attention to
our line of chamois skins 5c, 10c
Fine quality of pound paper
and envelopes to match.
Correspondence cards and en
velopes to match (gi!. edge)
25c box. '
Fountain pens $1.00 and up.
Ink, pencils, stantioncry, the
best to be had.
WE APPRECIATE YOI R PATRONAGE AXD IXVUE YOU TO
CALL TO SEE US.
wji m ro m puss
ITXGER NAIL BLEACH
Henry Miller. Mrs. E E Kenhart. W1
D Burgess, H A Tomlinson, P .Diluted Sulphuric Acid
Reddick, J L Phillips, Mrs. J L Tn- Tincture Myrrh
gram, J W Albertson, M L English, Lavender Water
Jesse, Rogers, Mrs. Cynthia Allred, Water to make
Moffitr, W 1 !;
Moffitt, W T Barnes.
M Robins, W
DEATH OF ERNEST HUDSON
ter and her husband have moved to Moore The two men met near Cro- Z.?rfn' .Ma,'Paret I)ar,ri?h' EJ,
the Spero section from Stokes county, ell's feed store and after passing a
They are hustling people and Ran- word or two Gillam pulled his pistol
dolph extends to them a hearty wei- from his pocket and fired one shot,
come. The bullet missed Moore. Gilliam wa.-
... . promptly arrested and carried befoi
Mr. Wulter Presnell has returned Jud MacRae for trial. He was
from Kansas wnere ne purcnasea a boun(, over to the Februarv term oi
car load or nne norses. ine car came Davidson Superior court
in this week and those wno nave seen .)0 ...u:e. was mnde bv
Price, 25 Cents
To whiten the nails and harden ttu
cuticle dip the tips of the fingers,
after washing, in this lotion, holding
them there several minutes.
The community of Julian is filled
with sympathy for the mother and
FINGER NAIL POLISH
the horses say they are among
finest ever seen in Asheboro.
Mr. C. M. Waynick, a Greensboro
boy who has
has returned to Greensboro and accept
ed the position of city editor on the
Tin Oxide .. .
in "a bond or rpativt's f Ernest Hudson who uw.
y a cash do !Jam,a,'-v ,10- J!15- I,was only Hi
;Oh, how sad! "he was the son of Pipiiated hllica .......... . .
of the stock- K. R. Hudson and wife Marv M. Hu.i- 4. V? suit and color with hoIu-
rLh eTtor of holders of the Bank of Randolph was n. his father
bC ivvnr Pfnr ve,.r held January 14. The usual six pe; VV ffl-tI. his
e Observe -for a year semi.annual dividend was de- he Kmston Seh
To make room for our spring
stock of goods there are many
things in our stock that must
be closed out regardless of
price. We do not intend to
carry winter goods over.
We have a large lot of men's high grade
overcoat! and eavy underwear which must
be sold. Conic and buy at Your own price.
nun, ii. i.iuier ooiii neao aim ii "
s mother sent hir.i
hool for treatment and
el,.-,.,!. Thn nHirers Pleete.l for the en ne Old so wen mere Until 4 Hours
suing year are as follows: D. B. M- J).p''-e his death he had almost con-Ci-urv
i.roKiilont- W .1 Armlield Sr..'t,nl,os convulsions. He was always
Th w sv:.u n!.r,.l. i nenrint. vice-uresident: W. J. Armlield. Jr.,-1'1"" ul an" nappy, jie ioki ins peo
completion. The congregation expects cashier; F. E. Byrd, bookkeeper. 11
to occupy it in about two weeks. It is old board of directors were re-elected,
a handsome structure and will seat This bank has had a good year am
400 people. The congregation is now prospects for future business are
... . V. r . ., " " . ,. ki.;!, nic it- nn f tVin r .lout hunk.
worsn.pmg m ine armory nan. ?"-' - "u " s much as his mother wv ho w-.t.he,' . Sse ln':
o capital Irf S2M00 and a surplus , faithfully at his bed side until th, 'rP.
tion of c::rmine.
Price, 25 Cents
After the use of the polish, a high
er, iimsh may be imparted by fric
tion with a soft leather.
pie that some day he was coin'
die with his afflictions, but it would
'all rijrht, that then he was going to
live with Jesus. He never complained
He will be missed by us n'l but none
FINGER NAIL ENAMEL
Mr. Tom Vuncannon died Saturday
evening at the home of his parents, fund of $46,000.
Mr, and Mrs. William Vuncannon, ot
Grant township. Death was due to MISS LILLIAN
pneumonia. Mr. Vuncannon was 20
years old and was a splendid young
Price, 25 Cents
LTse this enamel with
TAINS THE MISSES HURKHIM-
ER, OF CHARLOTTE
i end came at school in Kinston.
He was brought home to Julian f"
! burial where he was a faithful atten.'
j ant at church and Sunday School.
A Special Friend.
The registrar of vital statistics for MiBse8 Burkhimer, of Charlotte, Mrssj
u 1? l"w"8mP rar- r- 11 Lillian Bunch entertained a party or
m ,3.e 'ollowing report for the friend8t xhe honor guests were in
year 1914: Number of deaths, 31 for Asheboro under the auspices of t- c
ewTn and.i2 Jor thfooCU" Randolph Chapter U. D. C. and gave
77 birthi for the town and 29 for the an entcrtajnment jn the Graded school
country. 'auditorium the following evening.
The Government report for cotton Progressive games furnished amuse-
gianed in Randolph county to Decern- "ent for the guests after which tn
6er 13, 1914, is 777 bales. To the same hostess served Enghrli plum candy
date i. 1913, 1,265 bales were ginned, and coffee. The home was most a t-
The falling off in the number of ba?e tractive wrth jacinths and sacred
in 114 is due to the unusually flry I'lhes as decorations, and the evening
seasaa. passed very pleasantly.
RANDLEMAN GRADED SCHOOL
FOR THE TWO MONTHS END
ING JAN. 8, 1915
FOR SALE A gold mine f : -e
gold in flint quartz, 7 ft. vein, North
ern Miners' province, finest in st;ite.
64-acrc tract of land. Apply to
W. L. WILLIAMS,
ROLL. l SrVC- C-
The followinr students have ma
an average of 90 per cent on all stud
ies, daily average, bi-monthly exami
nations combined and have been neith
er tardy nor absent:
Fourth Grade Fay Glass,
FOR SALE One Photo Button
Camera, practically new, and one
Vest Pocket Folding Kodak, new. Ap
ply to BOX 255, Asheboro, N. C.
WANTED One of the large maga
zine publishing houses desires to em
ploy, an active man or woman in th:.
community to handle a special ';
Ottic which has proven unusually profit.'
Stern, Gray Hinshaw, Wilbur Martin, ble. Good opening for right par:
Fifth Grade Ila Davis. Hal Milli- Address with two references, Pub
kan, Ray Burgess, Irene Sears, How- lisher, Box 155, Times Sq. Sta..
ard Furgeson Robert Davis, Ella Nel- New York City.
son, Ila Hinshaw, Beatrice Graves,
Clifton Vestal, James Bulla. AUTOMOBILES Sale or Exchange
Eitrhth Grade Allie Hinshaw. Cla- Will trade new Touring Car for
The patrons of Archdale school hav "Two years ago I was greatly bene
addea to the faculty of the nublk fitted throuch usinsr two or three bot-
school another teacher In the primary tics of Chamberlain's Tablets, wntts ra Lamb. , good work mules or horses. II in--
grade, and have added a library and Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Before Ninth Grade Mary Hanner, Mary terested, let me hear from you at
a debating society has been estab- taking them I was sick for two years - Sherwood. once.
liahed. The patrons of the school are with indigestion." For sale bv all I Tenth Grade Glenna Floyd, Na- B. F. MCDOWELL
paying for the extra teacher. dealers. wege Trogdon, Rubv Hughes. - - ASHEBORO, N. C
A Janre lot of heavy weight winter suits
arc now offered at a great reduction.
We are closing out a lot of
boys' and children's suits at
greatly reduced prices.
A good line of heavy work
shirts at reduced prices. A
fine selection of men's belts,
neckwear at prices right.
Don't forget to look over
our line of raincoats before
Wood Cash Clothing Co.