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V!!l?,-vHK0:tO C0UK1EIL ASHECORO.N. Ci
THURSDAY, MABCH 14 MS
ITXUSHCD EVERT THURSDAY
1 ii in ii i -..mm
C WM. C HAMMER, EDITOR
WHT NOT ITEMS
WbIiii nl as seeoad dw oiaA matter
pxtoffice at Asheboro, N. C.
"Wt. AMERICAS PRFSS A;S' X.IATION
Jleboro, N. C., March 16, 1922
The laws of North Carolina make
3 a misdemeanor for a person to al
k chickens to run at large withtn
aienrparate town or city. As garden
Milhij. time is near at hand the law
mkmii he strictly enforced. A man
kas no more right to allow his Chile
ans to run at larze than his hogs or
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Cullers and
Miss Ruby, of Higs Point, spent the enly Father in His infinite wisdom to
week-end with their parents, Mr. and 'remove from our midst Emmett King,' .
Mrs. J. M. King. I who was a member of Co. K, 120th '
Mrs. Stout Dad
A wave of sadness was cast ever
FOR QUICK SALE We, have ter-
A TtUmU of Love Fro tke Rsadolps: ri AT " TITI IPP '.?
Ctwtj Ctupter .f War Mother., - LI) I K KM Kh
f IT fFTTT r w irn m
IN I II 1 1 1 1 A T .1 er torn at Red' Cross, March 8. Und, a rood range is on. thiaV
... - v ...v vjne was a daughter oi uas. anaj property, also good chicken lot
n room hauM with all suwlera eon-
'our whole . community (when. Mar ; iiuM Vmet AcKkm r.tii.c "
Hardin Stout, wire of J. A btoot died ed on one and - onehalf acres of
L. Slack's home. lion, and who served overseas JH the (LICK YVUKK " UF BEARS
TKOLEUM OF EMUL1SON.
Mi. and Mrs,
moved to Mr. E.
Mr. R. J. Lawrence, who has work 'recent war with Germany.
at Hisrh Point, is spending a few days! Resolved: that while we sincerely'
with his family. Carl Smith also sper.t mourn his departure, we bow submis- L. H. Flick Had a Bad Cough, No An
the week-end with his parents, Mr.'sively to the will of Him who doeth petite, and Felt of No s ,
and Mrs. H. D. Smith, all thlnjs well. -st f' 4 v ' . Account. V-
Mrs. Zora Brown and daughter were Resolved: That we extend Aa the John D. Bear, Eiktori, Va.
week-end guests of Mr. -and Mrs. W. parents our1 heartfelt sympathies in - Dear Sir: In the winter of 1908 I
C King and family. . .this great loss. had a very severs cough, no appetite
Mrs. B. I- Lawrence, who has ben Resolved: that these resolution DAin throurh mv back and
'in Memorial hospital in Ashe bo ro for spread upon the minutes of this ehsn felt weak and of lie account.
' Rirrw timo is innmvinL i .iiriA tpr. a winv AAnt ti thrv nnrnts bIca KmulRinn waft rAMHnmmMl fA nulrt!7. A TAoTI rf Clw4A - Cjaro ortil -
Louise spent last week with her a copy to be sent to lhe Courier and mend and 1 got a bottle and after three brothers J. Robert, Thomas D.
Caroline Hardin, She was 62 years old.
PE-!on tjunday before her death.' ' Al
though she bad been a treat sufferer
with an incurable head trouble for
years she. was patient and uncomplain
ing. . . -" i a "..
Early, in life she was converted and
united with Tabernacle cnurcn. - -
Jiurviving "her 4 are her husband.
. . J 1. T V Vl.L. 1
Jungs and he and her husband took into their JUST RECEIVED Car load of rood "
if Hm I. nwlA . I In. 1 uT A .b. 1 II ITT. M T A . i . ri I t . ( . .
. "uiuc.. !w, owwi w"'iii w.egg coui. oaroe we nave ueen sell- ,
rThis aa be bought for cash or oa
terms Yoii can buy it on the m
'staliment plan if 'you "want to ana
pay for it just like you py rent,
t and in a few years' time you will 1
.own your home by 'applying your i -.
v rent mMtft lutmAnta v TIiaba
1 terms are offered for an immediate . ,
' - -. 1 f oA.A- - ft niwJ 1
Mrs. Ada Monroe Burgess has gone
to Topton to visit her husband, W.
A. Burgess. She will also spend some
time with Mrs. Burgess' parents
Columbus, N. C.
the lrst two days I felt like myself and Peter Hardin, of Greensboro.
, agoin and never had anything to help The funeral service was conducted
Youag people who are in school in
the county are selecting subjects for
.acatuins, declamations, etc The Cou
3BO: would like to suggest that histor
sea snbiects be chosen. In this way
we-will be able to revive some inter
est in histopy in Randolph county.
There are many interesting subjects
in which the young people could find
J. S. LEWIS,
Mesdames J. S. Lewis, Jno. T. Mof-
at fitt, J. M. Caveness, Louella Lovett, .without waiting for anything
I rT.;,f An aniitkM 1taM1a a .-... IT .1...;
i juiuiiiiiu3. 11 . ij. wjinuikLcc, 7 piwwrei uvtin, vi vvui uuuua
I Kfiss VpIvb Trnn-rlnn nf Son urn v 1 V: although she took it verv irrotnilnrl v "i j i i. .1
, . " ' 1 ' . . . . ' inenus at uve uiaii wc umjr bviiicuiiiv
Route 2, spent Sunday night with Miss Ursley Kearns Dead , she began to improve at once. There be 'a reunited band around" our
Mrs. J. A. Monroe. Miss Trogdon is On Sunday evening March 12th. 18 nothing better for a run-down sys- Father's thmn in heaven. - FOR SALIVA
,Ta,Aninrf 1M 1V1 w.r MiiinMl , 1 . 1. J . C , r n Ij-m K II II r"f 1 1 IT II
-tmh(s ,h iuuvi vnmiw. i ifiisa ivearns, uuugnier oi iklts, XCB , ' r'"
Mrs. W.J. Moore and little daughter sie Barnes of Mechanic, died after an I Yours very respectfully,
Sarah Alice are spending a lew days illness of a few davs. The funeml ! - Lee H Flick.
ing for $9.60, now only $8.00. Cox
V Brown, Telephone No. 141. . ;
me like.it did. Last year. (1909) my by her pastor Rev. W. F. Ashburn at FOR 5ALE-6tf-acres land. 6 room
. wife began to complain as I did. So-Bethel church March 5. a jlhouse and rood out buildings- One
without waiting for anything I got she wag indeed a lovable chnsUln ' mile north of Asheboro. One acre,
another bottle of your Emlusion and woman. Mav we. her relatives suut V fronting the National Hirhwav. W.
T. Hughesf Asheboro, N, C 816-2t
A number of the farmers in the Ar
nold section of Davidson county re-
Don t you expect to do something if aii 0 t-ei- hon from -hoi.
llnor rnn trhf Tinn't
era. ... , .
Xtxuii time to time The Courier haa
racated a board of charities or com
oiiUee to look after charitable cases
ia the town. Nothing has been done
however, and almost each day a new
case develops, and people in the va
aious sections of the town do their
lest to help when they learn of such
cases, but there is no organized effort
ao systematic work. Charity re
spires tact and a clear insight as well
a money, clothing and food. It is
eftea better to help people to help
themselves than to give money or
other gifts. Our town has grown so
rapidly that we no Inne-pr know pvprv-
snt we meet on the streets. If there
ere a. central committee to whom
ssnses of charity could report or be i e
fwrted, it. would be a step forward for
with Mrs. A. O. Ferree in Asheboio. services were held t SnVn Hill
Mrs. Emma Cagle has returned Monday, and conducted by Clarence for tnat ,ong 8tanding cough? Don't
from Higs Point nospital much im-: Macon. Dastor of Asheboro FrinHa yu expect, to get something to build
'proved. I church. v up your system. Get Bear's because it
t Mr. Paul Hulin has gone to High I She was 39 years of age, and bad s not nart' on tne s01100!1 a"0 hns
Point lived in th e community her whole be tne best-
I On February 22 Mesdames N. J. 'whole life. She was converted in ear-', Sold by Leading druggists.
iTippett and J. C. Comelison were ly life and since then has been a true ,a . , ' . An :
Ijoint hostesses at the home of Mrs. and devoted follower of fThricf MRS. LAURA HARGRAVE
iOornelison to the Birthday club. Sev- She is survived by her mother ' STIMSON DEAD,
!eral of the ladies were present and three sisters, Mrs. Annie Brown, of ,y T FOR SALE Attractive baby cart, or
the evening was spent in social en-- Asheboro Rt. 1; Mrs. S. A. Thomp- ..Mrs- L8"1" Hargrave Stimson . suiky. Apply to W., Courier office,
joyment. The hostess served delicious I son, of Farmer; and Mrs. Snow Hill a,e 'ast Thursday in Lexington at, pd,
refreshments consisting of peaches, 'of Greensboro; and a large number tn.e age of sevnty-fivc. She was the-: .
whipped cream, pickles and cake. !of more distant relatives. She was a widow cf E- D- Stimson of Lexyig- WANTED Hemr.titching and picot
; Misses Zona and Ethel Vuncannon, loyal member of the Science s Hill fon md Washington, his death hav- ing. During' March I will only
No clasified advertising " will be
taken for less than SO. centaand all ad.
xerlisnonts sent in must m accom
panied by remittance.
oi beagrove Koute 2J, were week-end church, and will be missed in the
guests oi ivnsses ivianna anu Lena meeting and in Sunday School,
Marie Graves. i
Mr. C. L. Monroe is recovering from
an attack of the flu.
CEDAR FALLS NEWS
Card of Thanks
We: wish to thank the many friends
ii Hemp, N. C, and those around
New Hope church for the kindness
amdi sympathy shown us during the
Uness. and death of our beloved hus
band and father, Mr. A. S. Callicutt.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Redding, of Po
mona, are spending a few days with
Mrs. Pearl Free is very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cross, of Prox
imity, spent Sunday afternoon in
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bulla and chil
dren, from near Asheboro, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Briles.
Miss Maxine Redding is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. John Branson
children, of Asheboro, visited
Branson's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
ding Sunday. t
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wxenn
Sunday evening in Asheboro.
Mr. Garland Free is erecting a new
bungalow on Asheboro street.
Miss Myrtle Thomas left Monday
charge 10c per yard for curtains,
Mrs. C. L. Amick, Asheboro, N. G,
pillow cases and sheets.
WANTED Jurors and witnesses to
board during March court 'Mrs. B
Miller, Asheboro. ; . It UK SALE Nice 7-room
ing occurred about eight" years ago.
Since that time Mrs. Stimson has
lived at the home of her nieces
Misses -Gertrude and Mamie Hamner.
She is also the aunt of Mrs. Hal M.
Mrs. W. W. Arnold is quite ill witfiiWorth- def63 is the
pneumonia. ? daughter of Robert Hargrave and
The influenza situation at Farmer iWilma Conrad Hargrave, who were
is much improved, there being very Promment people of their day, be
few cases near here now, but the ing lal"2e land, and slave owners ff
New Hope section has several cases thls sectlon of the State,
Mr. Lewis Dorsett and family,' of A Birthday Dinner
Mt Ullead, Visited relatives here re- More than fortv-fivn friends ami i
ce"t'i'- . relatives met at the home of Eliza ...,.T.r,.. .
Miss Kate Nance, who has beer. Edwards March 9. and celebrated her FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS for
nice countrV home '
with 25 acres of land one mile east
- or Kamseur. Also a 70 acretract
" of farm' land i two t miles east of
l; Coleridge. ft-p, Parks, Coleridge,
; N. C. : : ; . " v. :; s-9-8t . ,
FOR RENT: Three excellent
rooms, in out home oni Sunset Ave
nue, . Garden included. G. "H. KING.
....: , v.- ' r lt-pd 3-16-22.-...
SHINGLES Car Xfine cedar shin
gles just arrived. Price right'
Asheboro Wheelbarrow Co. ,
FOR SALEr-One of the best 74 acre
farms in the county 5 miles from
Asheboro, or sand and clay road;
good six room house, good barn and
other outbuildings.. This property
can.be bought with small payment
down and balance in one, two and
three years. For further particulars
' see C. Gv Somers, Asheboro. 1-26-tf
Learn at home or school, Bookkeeping,
Shorthand, Typewriting, Civil Ser
vice on credit Position guaranteed.!
EDWARDS BUSINESS -COLLEGE
WINSTON SALEM AND HIGH
rent. City water and electric lights,
Close in. Mrs. L. B. Lambert, East
teaching in Davidson county, is a: Birthday. A table was built in the
home this week, influenza having front yard and was soon filled wltn
caused a suspension of her school for good things to eat, Pictures were
C. Farlow returned thanks after Reward for the retunt of a pair of
Card of Thanks. which the crowd partook of the bounti- tortoise rimmed nose glasses. Call
. - ful food placed before them; All de- phone Courier Office, Asheboro,
We Wish to express our aDDrecia- narted Heeminn- to eniov the oeeas- N. C. tfn-pd.
MRS. BERTIE CALLICUTT
and Children, for North Wilkesboro to spend someme,
tion for the kindness of our friends ion very much
j r ii. - i i t ,i
uunng tne sicKness ana aeatn or our
mother, Mrs. Lucy Burney. j
JjOST A pair of tortoise rimmed
nose glosses in black case with . ''Dr.
rt.jr.S, y T Schifman, Greensboro, in gold'let-
Ji158,fe!1; terinr. Return to Cmirer office.
UVL, ACV, J.UI,
. tilt! 1TT pi01U4llia
Womble last Sunday ,terme-
at Quarterly meeting.
on Mam St, in Seagrove, Randolph
county, N. C, finished up to cUie,
with good well of water on bacs
porch, a Good feed barn and garage
and one acre or more of land, also
good peach orchard. Residence m
300 yards of graded school and nem
churches. Price $2,500.00. Apply
for further particulars to Lewis
Cofer, Greensboro, ; Denim Branca,
White Oak Store No. 2, 16th street
Just received an
other car load of
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Is Showing Innovations in the Furniture Line
The people of Asheboro and Randolph county are especially invited. to
come and inspect our 15 completely furnished rooms which reproduce
furnishings of a modernly equipped! home.
THESE ROOMS ARE COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL FROM PARLOR TO KITCHEN, SHOWING AS THEY DO , LATEST, DESIGNS - IN v
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In addition to this special feature pur Bigelow Hardford and Royal Turkish Rugs are .
X- VXt 'Unrivalled in beauty and textmeXXl
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Wc have for your inspection Cane Furniture, Overstuffed and Fiber Furniture and Rugs. Bedroom Suites of dawn gray, mahogany, old ivory ' ;
and walnut- These Suites come in from five to twelve pieces, but will be sold in any quantity. Dining Room Suites in English Chippendale . and V '
' Walnut' n Italian Kcnaissance, mahogany, Louis 15th mahogany, modified Cromwell in solid walnut, modified William and Mary, solid walnut
There rets come in ten pieces, but will be told in any quantity. Living Room Suites in ffolid mahogany, cane suites in different designs, with velouv. '
and mohair uphoHcring. .Overstuffed 'Suit. '3 with high grade top velour or mohair. v ' . . "
Wo imi.o you to call and go through the k lire building before leaving for you will find things here that you will lihe, and if you are contemplating
V': or i( furr.i. your home, you v. ill fad everything that you want. " .