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. PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY
W1L C HAMMER, Editor.
' Entered as second class mail matter
m tne poatomce at Asneooro. r. v,
Asheboro, N. C. January, 16th, 1919.
Mrs. Thomas Sink of Randleman Dead, ggg CUreS headaches, bilioUS-
Mrs. Thomas Sink died at her home , - '. . ,
in Randleman last week following in- neSS, lOSS 01 appetite, IOUI
fluen-a and pneumonia . Mrs. Sink breath, OT that tired aching
was the daughter of the late O. r. All- , ,. , . . . "
red. she is survived by her husband leeling due to malaria or
and four children.' colds. It removes the cause.
Supporting the Country Paper
" ' By publishing the many notices that
re being: sent by different government
departments to the country papers, the
publishers are giving the public infor
mation which the government desires
.than to receive in the only possible
way it can be given without putting
the government to an enormous ex
pense. The publisher receives noth'nn
but grtitude from the government foi
his services, and that is ul! he expects
from the government. But the pub
lisher has a right to expect the suppon
ef his community the sam! as a soldier
at the front expects and deserves it.
High government officials, from the
President of the United States down to
the officers of the stale, have express
ed their thanks to the country publish
er. "The country publishers are aomg
more to win this war than any other
class of men," is a statement often
made by high officials, j
Almost every reader of the country
paper and every advertiser is doing all!
he can for the boys at the front. We
are sorry to say tucre are a few who!
don't appreciate the service rendered'
by our soldiers. j
Almost every reader of the country
paper and every advertiser is doing
something to support the country pa
per. But again,, we are sorry to say
there are also a few who don't appre
ciate the service rendered. Ucnwick
GETS DEATH BLOW
Health department about six weeks
ago advertised its willingness to give!
free vaccination and began the use oi
a -new vaccine known as the Kosenow
vaccine, developed by Dr. Edward C.
Rosenow, professor of experimental
medicine of the University of Minne
sota. , The old serum treatment was open
to serious objection, but the new Rose
'0W vaccine, containing 5,000,000,000
dead in the arm with a hypodermic
syringe without pain, danger or incon
venience and has been found to afford
immunity characterizing vaccination
for smallpox and typhoid fever.
On 20,000 cases of free vaccination
the subject was admonished to report
subsequent influenza or pneumonia if
it occurred. No one case of influenza
r pneumonia has been reported from
the 20,000 vaccinated.
St. Louis is divided into seven sani
tary districts. In the West End and
ether fashionable districts in the last
two or three weeks new cases of in
fluenza amount daily to an average of
100 or more from each district. In
ene district alone the average of new
eases of influenza has been only ten
ec twelve daily. The district which is
relatively free of influenza, popularly
known as the Gheto district, where
congestion and insanitary conditions
prevail, is the one district where the
people have resorted freely to vaccin-
The Gheto district sent 30,000 peo
ple to the city health department for.
vaccination. other districts until
ejuite recently, contributed very few
emdidatee for vaccination. It was
facetiously remarked that those living
. fat thm tnnlr moot unvthin fhntl
they could get free.
It is new seriously remarked that
this- 80.9M vaccination in the Gheto,
reaching most of the sueeeptibles, hare
: solved the problem of influenza pre
ventative and have proved the effeet-
Since this striking: showintr has
. become better known the fashionables
have been swarming to their physi
. eians for vaccine preventative treat-
. aVClW W miivu l-.i. i.iiiiMi. nvn . . ......
; epinion of this city has lent its un-
aualined endorsement As the small
. . . ... , . . i
VOX OI uie milium Aires a..u mc
. typhoid of the Boer and Spanish
.American Wars yielded to vaccination,
ao Soanish influenza, in the view or
leading St. Louis medical men, bred on
' the battlefields of Europe, will now
succumb to influenza vaccine wherever
that vaccine finds its way under the
i skin of the individual.
. t n Inrjkrnnrinnnl Lira nr Nr.. Inim
' duly impressed by these figures, is
hastily preparing a bulletin for its
agents, medical examiners and 75,000
policyholders, pointing out the urgency
ef vaccination as a preventative. Im
pressed by the fact that life insurance
companies in the United States during
the year 1917 paid out ze&,uuu,uuu in
death claims and that the same com
panies during the year 1918 are par
ing out no less-than 1500,000,000 in
snath claims, the difference attributa
ble to rnfluensa. the Interna ti on Is
ending Its bulletins to all other life
Hvursnre companies throughout the
i nfted States and to the Life Exten
s ': ITurean at New York, comprised
r '."t ot life insurance men, but
vM by former President Taft
WHO DELIVERS THE
noons IS ENTITLED TO
THE GREATEST HONOR
A preparation that gives results, jf you have trouble with your stom
delivers the goods, restores your ach you snouid try Chamberlain's Tab
health, deserves your consideration, lcUs So many have heen restoKC(j t0
and is what you want L-Rheumo neatn by the use of these tablets and
their cost is so little, 25 cents, that
HAVE YOUR SEWING MACHINE
CLEANED, repaired, adjusted now
before the rush comes on. You can
be told the cost and value of your
machine before the work begins.
Needles for all makes sewing ma
chines, SO cents per dozen, guaran
teed first class; 3 oz. bottle of ma
chine oil 15 cents; belts 45 cents
each; shuttles for all makes ma
chines, 85 cents to $1.25. Five years
experience in sewing machine busi
ness. J. A. Van Dyke, Asheboro, N.
C, P. O. Box 307.
cures rneumausm mm 8-u... -why
those who suffer from rheuma
tism want L-Rheumo. You should get
a bottle when you feel that first pain.
L-Rheumo is a rejuvenating, elimi
nent laxative. Its use insures suc
cess. Don't listen to druggists who
offer you something else, you know
the reason, Guaranteed. Price $1.00.
For sale by ,
STANDARD DRUG COMPANY
Asheboro, N. C.
Ramseur, N. C.
it i worth while to give them a trial
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
1 This is to notify all persons who are
indebted to the estate of H. Colon
Parks, on store accounts, that if they
do not pay the same to the under
signed on or before ,the 18th day of
January, 1919, I shall sell the same
at public out cry, to the highest bid-
1 1 .. 1 . 1 . C Ti -.
oer, iflr casn, in me town vi rvumscur,
T. H. ELLIS,
Trustee in assignment.
The first Quarterly Conference of
Richland circuit will meet at Gile.
church January the ISth. Pieachinc.
at 11 o'clock p. m. I trust every offi
cial will be present.
Joel B. TROGDON.
Report of the condition of
THE BANK OF LIBERTY
at Liberty, in the state of North Caro
lina, at the close of business, December
LEMONS WHITEN AND
BEAUTIFY THE SKIN
Be:iuty Lotion Cheaply
Face, Neck, Arms and
At the cost of a small jar of ordinary
cold cream one can prepare a full
quarter pint of the most wonderful
lemon skin softener and complexion
beautiticr, by squeezing the juice of
two fresh lemons into a bottle contain
ing three ounces of orchard white.
Care should be taken to strain the juice
through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp
gets in, then this lotion will keep fresh
for months. Every woman knows that
lemon juice is used to bleach and re-
h emishes as treckies, sai-
Loans and discounts S1S7.82S.42
United States Uonus" and Liberty
All other stocks, bonds and mort
Banking houses, furniture and fix
tures .- ,S,f!C8.40
All other real estate owned.. 6,847.86
Duo from National banks . . . 11,312.65
Due from state banks and
Gold Coin 2,684.00
Silver coin, including all minor coin
currency ; 1,383.44
National bank notes and other U.
S. Notes 11,793.00
FIVE MIILLION fire stalky frost
proof cabbage plants. Will person
ally fill vour orders from Georgia
farm. My express $1 per 1,000; 500
postpaid $1. R. 0. Parks, Darien
Ga. - j2-4t-pd
WANTED AT ONCE Two or three
saw mills to saw three million feet
of lumber near Farmer, N. C. Also
hackers to hew about 10.000 cross
ties. Write, call or wire C. E. Thsm
ason, Lexington, N. C. 1-9-1 P 2t-pd
DR. L. M. FOX
Opens Office Over
Standard Drug Company
Phone No. 22
FOR SALE Three pure-bred Brown
Leghorn cockrels. Eggs bred from
Highland Farm Charlotte, especially
heavy winter layers. Guarantee sat
isfaction, none finer, $2.50 each. Miss
"Bettve B. Shaniburger, Mechanic, N.
lowness and tan and is the ideal skin Liabilities
softener, whitcner and beautifier. Capital stock paid in 10,000.00
Just try it! Get three ounces of Surplus fund 13,900.00
orchard white at any drug store and Undivided profits, less current ex
two lemons from the grocer and make poises and taxes paid . . 2,927.31
up a quarter pint of this sweetly fra- Deposits subject to check . . . 85,751.48
grant lemon lotion and massage it Savings deposits 117,468.11
daily into the face, neck, arms and Cashier's checks outstanding 592.90
hands. It is marvelous to smoothen Accnied interest due depositors
rough, red hands. i ' 1,134.30
FOR RENT The Cox Fami, on Deep
River, in northern part of Randolph
county. This is a four-horse farm.
Good dwelling, good water, large
feed bam, land lies well, in a good
state of cultivation. Want one or
two good farmers to cultivate the
land on shares. Write P. O. Box
187, Carthage, N. C. 3t
Dr. A. P. Staley
Dr. D. F. Staley
Pape's Diapepsin at Once Ends Sour
ness, Gases, Acidity, Indigestion 1
Undigested food! Lumps of pain;
belching gas, acids and sourness.
When your stomach is all upset, here
is instant relief No waiting!
Total 231,774.10 If you have headaches pains
'Kh,f Ja'S. wit.' CUnty ;in the nerV0US While 0r
i i. b. m.' Brower, cashier of the above after readine or doinsr any
named bank, do solemnly swear that Hnssp wnrk nr if vnnr visirvn
tl-e above statement is true to the best ClOSe W01K Or II your V1S10H
of my knowledge and belief. jlS defective, yOU Should COB-
B. M. BROWER. Cashire. ,,U Tk.. 0-1,r
Correct-Attest: ,bi ma. ouucjf
G. W. WRIGHTSELL,
G. A. FOSTER, Direcors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 8th day of January, 1919.
W. B. OWEN, J.,P.
Wanted A small farm in Randolph,
Chatham or son inininir rnnnli witk
jjood sise dwwelling, orchard and ont
buildings. Prefer grain land and must
, lay well and be productcive.. . Want
1 possession this spring. Give price and
The Moment you eat a tablet of. " 1 1
Pape'e Diapepsin all the indigestion .ffTJ' N C
pain, dyspepsia misery, the eourneee, FOR 8ALB-A 1014 fire paesenger
gases andetomach acidity enda Ford en In food condition. Cheap.
Farm s LnaDensin UDietB co una
at any drug etore but there is no urer
er quicker stomach relief known.
Eye Sight Specialist!
Office hours, 8 to 12, 1 to t.
High Point, N. C
t TAX NOTICE
Town taxes are now due and
must be collected promptly.
I expect to be 'in my office
over the Standard Drug Co. on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days ot each week from 10 a. m.
till 8 p. m. until February 15.
Please caH at once and settle.
C. W. STEED
Town Tax Collector.
January 7, 1919.
I School Supplies
Complete line stationery, pencils,
t tablets, etc.
' Full line of drugs.
Prescriptions a specialty
t ' Standard Drug Co.
t The Q&XaHSL Store
7 Wt tEpm ii mi ii ii ii
Raeur, NN. C Rt 1
FOR SALE A lot of personal pro
perty at my hone known as Hinahaw
AND MAKES TOU SICK
farm near Randleman. January
Acts Like Dynamite "on a Slnggisk btn, beginning at 10 A. M. Articles
LiTer and You Lose a Dsy's iwill be acTertised in Courier next week.
Work I T. INGLE,
There's no reason why a person 2t- Randleman, Rt 2.
should take sickening, salivating calo-. n " " pw't .
mel when a few cents buys a largeF?B ALE-Three 1917 Ford Tees
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone a per- Cars, good condition; also
feet substitute for calomel. For Chassis uitable for truck, ta
It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid) gd condition. Randolph Motor Co.
TrV, ; li wri 1 1 oor vnn r 1 i vpr l fit Afl ' " 1 . '
roUmoi w it . Howm't make WANTED Live dealer to handle
you Rick ana can not sanvaie.
Briscoe Automobiles in your territo
ry. Godd opportunity to make mon
ey. J. II. Hm. Factory Distributor,
North and South CaiVina, Charlo te,
N. C. . l -H3t
'-Teh Cmnty Teachers Meeting
1 .i tcachere of the County wet im
' f-irt house January 4th, with ' a
r ( tendance and aa intereeUng
i meeting was led try Urn. T. E.
n; Salisbury,' member of State
1 of examiner. She ' diacusaed
teachera The Reading Circle
' for teachers for the year 1919.
! owing teacher attended .the
h G. Reddlck flnna PremelL
nrVr, Jonrte Nw1ln, Mary
Mary Allen Bulla, Ruby
. "Trgi Tmrdon, Uitira Bum
n Mn, Mary Moon, Troy
?. A. IedbetUr, Oeo. W. $pn
FoFjIcman, Clenrta Vlovd,
by, Clnra Prlles, Beulah
Mrrf? Cor, F. W. Cook,
!. 'I t.nm-.- II. T"'lrr. ,Tr.
1 ' ' ; ' ' :. " " C.
Children and erown folks can take
Dodson's Liver Tone, because it is per
fectly harmless. j
Calomel is a dangerolis drug. It is
mercury and attack your bones. Take . , ' ,
a dose of nasty calomel today andyou ; "ANTED Peas, Soa Beans and Bel
will feel weak, sick and nauseatedXp- ed Sraw-- Immediately, write what
morrow. Don't one a daye work. I 701a iwe aand n&mi lowest caaa
Take a spoonful of Dodson'a Liver pnee. J. M. Field, Climax, N. C 4t
Tone instead xand you will wake up n , . '
feelinar great, No more .Dinousness, " -w-wwu. tumwr iopecr
constipation, sluggiahnesi, headache,
coated tongue or sour stomach. Your
druggist aaya If you don't find Dod
son's liyer Tone acts better than hor
rible calomel your money is waiting
for you. .
who thoroughly understands the Nsv-
rules of InsDee-
tion. Must be accurate at figures.
Apply to Fersyth Manufacturiag
iompany, Hoary a. Uanus, 8a
Learn Eoaie of School, Ehortbaid,
Trpewritiag, Beokkeeping, on eraoV
H.Posltloiw Coaranteed. Edwank
Boslness Coil age, High Point, N. C
ana name Mai em, w. u
GIRLS! HAVE A MASS
dl BEAUTIFUL HATR, v
SOFT, GLOSST, WAVT
Doubles Beanty ef Teur Hair 'vr. a.. .
Within ten minutes aftef an VAJl1ZVL9:
eaUon of Danderine yon eaa not find a JfWyJ'Ma5'
single trace ef dandruff or faMing' M. Keama, Aaheboro, No. t. 2Vp.
hair and your scalp will not Itch, but . . ,
what will please you most will , be AUTOMOBTLI . FOR 8ALB - OK
after a few weeks' use, when you See ..Trade I hay a Maxwell fly paw
new hair, fine and downy at firstyes ' eeager wita electrle starter and
but really new bair growing all lights I waat to trade for a FVrd
over the scalp. ' - j or sell for cash or credit at or.
A little Danderine Immediately' ' B. G. If orris, Asheboro, N. C . : It
doubles the beauty of your hair. ,- Ne 1 1 ' '
difference how dull, faded, brittle and FOR AUTO LIYER T Call M O. W.
scraggy, just moisten a doth with, k Rich. Closed or open Cars, rhoae
Danderine and earefullT 1 draw It, No. 159. , . , Xt.
through your bair, taking one , small 1 - 1 ' 1 -. ..
d at a time. The effect Is amas WANTED- Good man who thorough-
Special Prices On All
ON OUR FLOOR
lis a Make Room January Clearance Sale
Our floors are now crowded with dependable, medium priced furniture that must
give way to the new and higher grades of furniture that were bought on the Northern-markets
last week by our Mr. D. N. Welborn, which will begin arriving
here in a very few days. '
ALL FURNITURE ON OUR FLOORS GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE FOR
THIS BIG SALE
How about that new Piano? We are offennEr BDecial Drices on our CLAREN-
DON PIANOS. Be sure to see them-'Also a few second nand pianos at low prices. T
PHONOGRAPHS $50 AND UP
The Vita-Nola Phonograph is one of the best on the market at or near its price.
Come here and hear it Special prices and easy terms for the next few days.
V ROOM AND OFFICE COAL HEATERS PRICES AS LOW AS $5.0$
We nave a complete stock of Coal Heaters at very special prices, $5.00 and up. Buy .
i your heater here and save money. ;r . x ' y " .
STOVES AND RANGES ; :
.'-This store can save you from $5.00 to $15.00 on your range. . All sizes in a number
of different styles to choose from, .trices range irom $35.00 up. . - -.i
Do you need Rugs. DruggetU, Mattresses, Feather Pillows, Window Shades, Mat
ting, Chairs, Tables, Kitchen Cabinet Metal Bed, Parlor. Suite, Dining Jloom"
; Suite, Bed Room Suite, or anything in the furniture line? If "so make your pur
' chases here. v.;fc' ' r,': r'- '!''r-r ' -.-v'. -i,
ing your hair will be U")t, fluffy and
wary, ana , nav an appmrance oi
abundance; an Ineomparable lustra,
-f,rf-irss tini licrurisnce, - - -C.ct
n Fitinll little of TCiTwItonV
ly understands running automatic
back knife lathe for turning chair
stock. Attire and inMHgwit young
iwn tlw wantod to pam t5 run
t irninj Inth. Apply to J"ovyl
" Ti')farti)rinff Cdmpnnr, !Ir"irj f.
' '.' irt, v. :f..n "i. C,
- Sale Will Gontinue Fpra Few Days Only