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Asheboro courier. (Asheboro, N.C.) 1879-1906, March 15, 1906, Image 8

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Mr.R.T.POOL. Eltcted State Vlc-Counsellor of tha Jr 0 U A M From Montgomery County. At the recent meeting of the State Council, Jr O U A M, at Goldsboro, Mr R T Pool, of Troy, was elected State Counsellor. lie was born in Montgomery county, September 30, 1872. Hewasreired on the farm, and at 18 he entered Trinity College, graduating in 1898. In 1899 he received his license to practice Jaw and located at Troy. In September, 1899, Trojan Coun cil No 77, Jr 0 U A M was orgau izhd and R T Pool was one of the charter members and the moving spirit in the organization. He served his council for several suc cessive terms as counsellor. He is also a member of several other organizations, among them ! Items From Fuller There has been an epidemic of pneumonia in this section for some weeks. Sam and Hal Phillips, sons of L C Phillips, who have been danger ously sick for some days are better and will soon be out again. W B Myres is seriously sick at his home. Drs Long, of Greensboro, Pea cock, of Thomasville, and Phillips, of Fullers, preformed a successful operation on James Walker, son of E W Walker, of Fullers, for ap pendicitis yesterday. The patient is reported doing nicely. Carl Kearns and Miss Maggie Miller are also on the sick list with pneumonia, but are improving. J C Laughlin is opening a stock of goods at Fullers. The 2"ew Ilomestake Mining Co. the Masons and Pythians. Corleto Items. We are having very line weather and some of the farnie.s are prepar. ing their land for corn. llie nealtli ot the community is good at present. i. has begun work again. j We are sorry to hear that Sheriff ! Finch does not improve. Fighting Stock Law. The Siler City Grit correspond ent at Pittsboro says: ihose op- posed to the stock law iu Bear Creek Tho eMinni M..mr r.irw..,i 1 territory, will apply to the court March 9th with a spelling bee and j for 11 if''" order to prevent a few speeches from the 'little ones ; f1'0 establishment of the stock law Several of the patrons and com-:111 territory in which it was mittee were present. We had a ! F1?,rrietl,b? a ele,ctl0.B last "?Uh: v0,., Ktifwssf.il phnnl. Mi nn,...i Ihey claim the election was illegal Anderson, the teacher, is visiting a i in 11 V111' of th? territory included ' few of the patrons since her school I ,tnut ormeUa part ot a stock closed. She intends to stav with us law election territory in less than a until Wednesday and then she will I JeaM "nu ""5 'S contrary to the Return to ine at Denton. The I C1f 1 :lct of the last Legislature, return 10 A i i.- Anderson which says two elections for the committee has asked Miss Anuei Establishment of stock law shall not! to teach for the next term. t. , ' . ,, " , ;, r: ' Prof J M Wav, olir county Supt. j ima 111 tue lmJ lIU" is very popular" in our community j Vear, or within less than a and what he is doing for the up-jJ1, building ot our scnool is highly appreciated. Mr X A Yates visited J C Ridge. Sunday. Kanoy News. Mil I bo ro News. Kev J I! Ilutton preached an ex cellent sermon at Bethany Sunday. Misses Ilulin an.l Underwood, of Central Falls, visited Miss Minnie Kev Arrowood tilled his appoint-, Underwood Saturday and Sunday. meut at iroguon s ana as usual: The estern Union linemen are preached a line sermon to a very : :lt Millburc fixing up the telegraph large congregation. Mr Frank wires. Scott led the singing which was very Miss Maud Redding is visiting good. friends at Gulf. Miss Mary Moflitt, of Ulah, spent Mr Johu Coble spent one night two or three weeks with her brother, iast Week with his father, Mr D U f.. w i Ar'iiff .,f ; i i ,-i uuiiie : L'ouie. .uis ..uartinuaie ana cnn- dren spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr W J Mo.'litt, retnrnin last week. Miss Berta Wrenn. who has been in school at Shiloh, is at home now. Mr Orh-ndo Chriseo, who has been teaching in Moore county, closed his school last wrk on ac count of measles. Mr 11 G Whitaker. who has been living in this neighborhood with his son-in-law, Mr Y'aung, was taken sick last week and has gone to his home at Pilot Mountain. Mr II C Tyson, of Burlington, was in the neighborhood last week looking after his land and timber. Saturday, March, 10. Mr E X Ellis'. A saw mill belonging to J W Carnker, near Concord was totally destroyed by lire last week. West Ramseur. Mr and Mrs J M King, of Mich field, and Mr and Mrs Oscar Brown, of Browns, and Miss Edna Dorsett, of Ore Hill, were pleasant visitors at the hospitable home of Mr aud Mrs J 0 Forrester's last week. Mr Robt Beall, of Gulf N C, who has been visiting his uncle, J M Brewer and family for the last week, returned home to-day. The Columbia Manufaeturing Company has made great improve ments in West Ramsenr by nicely painting all the dwelling houses in different colors. Mr J D Hunter, of Jouesboro, was a welcome visitor at the home of his father-in-law, Mr A D Phil lips, Sunday night and Monday, leaving on the morning train to-day for Greensboro ou business. Mr Pan Thomas, one of Colum bia's cotton null operatives, left on noon train to-day for Durham. One of our fair girls, we under stand, contemplates going to Joues boro Thursday next and it is ru mored that she is going there on a wedding tour, as one of Jouesboro 's young men, who has been subject to a ilamseiir heart trouble is billed to be on hand Wednesday night. Shanks' Items from Willowbrook. Mr Cliff Ilinshaw and Mr f'lnnd Lamb, of Kandlemau, visited rela tives at V nlowbrook Sunday. Mr Joe Hodgin, of Level Cross, went coon hunting and caught the mas ter coon which tipped the scales twelve and one-half pounds. .Miss Annie Gail Vicknrv who has been attending the graded school at Providence, has stopped on account of measle?. Mr A W Yickory spent Friday locking after his interest at the farm. Mr Eli Spoon of Level Cross, spent Sunday here. Mrs K L Yickory visited at Mrs W R Julian's Monday. Pinkey. Colored Teachers Meeting. There will be . meeting of the Colored Teachers' Association in the Asheboro Colored Graded School building Saturday, March 24th, '0; at 10:00 a. in. This meeting is called for the purpose pf discuss ing subjects of vital interest to every colored school teacher in Randolph county. You need the information. Please be present. J A Mc R ae, Pres. From Ralph, Mr M H Moffitt, of Asheboro was in our neighborhood Monday. A large crowd of oui gay young folks attended the school breaking at Bethel Saturday. Miss Jewel Allen, of Asheboro, was a welcome visitor in our com munity Saturday and Sunday. President Johnson will preach at Brower's Chapel next Saturday af ternoon. Farmers are begining to prepare their ground for corn. Mrs John Humble, of Asheboro, visited Mrs S F Lowdermilk last Sunday afternoon. There is a new girl at the home of Mr S F Lowdermilks. Dispatches from Manila say an important action between American forces and hostile Moros has taken place near Jolo. Fifteen enlisted men were killed, four commissioned officers and 30 enlisted men were wounded and a naval contingent operating with the military sus tained 33 casualties. The Moros ost 600 men killed. Sam Kobre and William Plean the twomen charged with the mur der of Henry Kobre, at Winston Salem, on the night of Jan the 21st, were given a preliminary hearing before Mayor 0 B Eaton, last week. The evidence, though circumstan tial, is strong, and the prisoners were remanded to jail without bond. Albert Ingram, an alleged illicit distiller of whiskey, .was ! arrested at midnight Sunday in Davidson,, after a desperate fight with the ofli- tt. i A jn a T - BBIO. HO wo j'luvjtn in jail av --- ington. For ID oyster' on o TRADE MARK REGISTERED iraers have been the standard because they are made from honest materials. See that the trade mark is on every bag. None genuine without it. R S. ROYSTER GUANO CO Norfolk, Va. Richland Briefs. The sehool at Union Grove school house, taught by Mr (J E Julian, closed ou Friday last with a candy pulling at night at Mr Leroy Bean's. It was attended by a lare crowd. Mr M Leonard, of Asheboro re cently sold his old home place here' to Mr JJ Allen, and Mr E H Bird has bought a part of his father s, Mr Hartwell Bird's, farm, while1 Mr Hartwell Bird has bought Mr Ellis C Birds part of the old home place. , School c'osed at Bethel school! house on Saturday the 10th, with! recitations in the evening and a spelling bee at night. j Several from this section attend- j cd the exhibition at Hickory Urovei last Saturday. ' If any body wants to buy lumber i it looks like they might be supplied ! in this neighborhood, there are only ! nine saw mills running iu about; four miles of one another around; here, i Money If left with us would give you a handsome sum for investment, provide for old age, or serve you in a timejof need :: :: :: :: :: Mr and Mrs Blair Entertain. 1 Mr and Mrs Ed Blair delightfully j entertained the Archdale Book Club: at their home near Archdale Thurs-; day evening. 1 The invitea guests were: Jiisses Hattie Tomlinsoo, Ora May Cox, Lena and Ruth Freeman, Ocia Red ding, Pearl Marsh, Eva Wheeler, Maggie and Mamie Cox, Anna Ragan, and Messrs W T Parker, R R Kagan, R McAdams, Dr S Rugan, R L M Blair, John Elder, Fied Wheeler, Eugene Jarrett, George Hill and Carl Cox, Mr and Mrs O E Wilson, Mr and Mrs H A Tomlinsop, Mr and Mrs Claud C Barbee, and Mrs Doia Richardson. During the evening delightful en tertainment was furnished by a Bplendid graphophone. Cards were played. Delicious refreshments in the way of cream, cake, wafers and coffee were served. - At a late hour the guests departed voting Mrs Blair a most charming hostess. DEATHS. Hsnry Bean, agtd 35 jeare, died of heirt disease last Thursday night, March 8th, at his home near Dewey. The funeral was at New Hope Church Friday. The deceased leaves a wife and five children. Daily savings n years In 10 years In 2o years amounts to amounts to amounts to i i $ .ol j $ 2o.oo $ 45.00 $N115.oo ,o2 4o.oo j 9o.oo 225.00 .o3 ! 60.00 I 135.00 34o.oo .o5 : loo.oo I 225oo 565.00 .lo 2oo.oo 45o.oo l,13o.oo .25 5oo.oo j l,13o.oo 2,825.oo .5o j l,ooo.oo 2,25o.oo 5,65o.oo l.oo 1 2,ooo.oo j 4,5oo.oo ll,3oo.oo The above is on a basis of 4 per cent, per annum, compound interest :: :: :: Should you lend to an individual yoit would endeavor to get the best possible protection. The same should apply when you lend to a bank. Remember WE offer you the protection of $600,000.00 capital. Interest Paid on Deposits WscchoviaL Loan (& Trust Company, High Point, N. C.

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