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LOUISBURG. N. 0.. FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1012
MpT 'IN RKGULAR . SESSION |
Nothing Before the Board of
Special Imporwflce ?Sheriff
Kearney Submits Final Re
The Board of County Commissioners,
? .met in regular session- on Monday of
, _ . this week... all memben being -present.
After reading and approving the- min
utes of the previous meetings the fol
lowing business was transacted:
Ann Harris was stricken from out- 1
aide pauper list? being dead.
Mrs. Montague Perry was stricken
- ? dead, -and aff orders now remaining in
the Register of Deeds office were .or
~ dered canceled. ~ .
M. A. Gay and Eddie Harris were re
' lieved of spocial taxes \n- Seven Paths
School District, Cypress Creek town
J. A. Clifton was allowed piping to I
fix creek between his home and A. J. |
The bond of.- B. A. - White, cotton
weigher for^Prankllnton, was received
SUVanus fierce was relieved^!
' special school UK
ial-JKhool taxes, not being in school |
Morton was relieved of fl.M]
special tares, not being fn Graded
Pchoofdlstrict. " '
School dlatr let, (
Frank Hill was relieved of (7.12,
-sfime being listed > in HayesvWe town
ship through error.
. W. P. Wllion was allowed $1.00. each ]
t L per month for his three <
W. H. Evans waa relieved of taxes |
? on one male? yi cents.
?* . J. H. Ballentine was appointed/ a
committee(to investigate the necessity
of a bridge across Cedar Creek at a.,
point formerly known as Seymonre
bridge"" In Harris township.
McKinne Bros. Co., was -allowed j
$30.00 for medicine- used on bone that
fell through bridge over Lynch's Crbek, |
near Rocky Fofrd.
Miss Lucy Perry was relieved "? of
taxes on 100 acres of land yalued-at
ggi ? seven iiollata per acre ? the same b4
ing ffiafr on account of lister making
an error of 100 -acres in excess ?f --heF
- ? : Rumul-Cif--E>-N. Williams, tiuperin
tondent. of county home was received
and filed. He feports 1U white and 13
colored inmates. One death, James
Gill, colored, since last report. , ?
Report, of Dr. J. E, Malone, Superin
tendent of Health, was received and or
dered filed. ? -
Report of F- R. Pleasants, Manager
Medical neposTtkry, was received and
^ ordered filed. ? "I- .
?* - B*-Sheriff H. O. Kearney offered his
final report which was received and re
ferred to committee previously ap
pointed to mak? final settlement.
After allowing a number of account !
the Board adjourned to meet at the
county home, on Thursday, jAiuary
4th,, 1912. Vv. ?;
Farrfters Union Met.
The county meeting of the Farmers
Union met in regular session in the
coort houBe here yesterday. Among
the many things done waa to impress
" upon the farmer the importance of rals
| ing hia owpjsuppliee and leas of a rnar
, kot crop. "This waa^ sound advice and
-v we hope to seo It put into practice.
At a aaeeting of the directors of the
Eastern Realty and Trust Co., held In
Ha office on Monday eveniag the same
old offlocfl were re-elected aa follow*:
D. F. McKinne, President, Dr. 8. P.
Burt, Vie* President; J. A.. Turner,
Secretary and Treasurer. The business
'? Of tlx former year proved to be vary
TBiliGS V*1!ICH INTERESTED US IN 1911
IN JnmmoLjamg-Hie London "baffle" in which anarchist* held off 1.900 policemen a?d soldiers bMb?r in^ne rating themselves. -China .inforoH famine
and pflasue In February^ March. 20,000 troops' were ordered to the Mexican border.' Itrtt&i? !n Mexico In AprlL May, Diaz resided
<md lat*r f- l: Madero became preel.lent King George was crowned In June. Fifty years after Bull Kun, on Jul* 21, blue and gray shook hands
_ i V1* ?el?' Atwood flew from St Louis to New Yorh. The Tnrko-ltallan war began In September. October, snlt was begun against tb?
steel trust- J, l> SIM E. H- Gary are defendants. Xotetabcr aafr fighting to- overthrew the titrtnesc grrrcrameiit. PeoemLor witnessed the oon
XmmIuuh anil goutuuuuu ufthcffjcNniouis*. t^mnBltera. ' i : ? ; ? : '
satisfactotfcand profitable, _andi.he new- 1
year was entered with a determination,
to "push ahead" in 1912. With *Vw?w?
offlctrs ttiere will T
- T? Magistrates
_ We arc requeued by Clerk of the |
Court Barrow te ask Magistrate*
make returns of thojj criminal docJ
at" once that may jet that, uluol^fcf
. the work recorded before court, and
that they can make any furthar returns
ater. To do this jt will be just as .gasy
[to them and be a great help to the
Mr. Vauthap TakeaJ^arge
^ Mr. L^-Al^-Vaugban-, wboTEa*alcct?<l
Superintendent of Roads of Louisburg,
town s h a. bl ^ recCTt the
MnnrTsymnrniat;. Mr TsTiglian's 7nny
experience in work of a similar nature,
Will no doubt, assure his success in this
position. He Is an earnest sad enthu
siastic gentleman and will puph the |
work at- rapidly, as possible
Louisburg Baptist Church, Walter
M. <?ilmore, pastor. Sunday School;
9:45 a. m.t Ivy Allen superintendent,
Public worship 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. |
Morniiwtl>?roe"<.'limbing the Heights."
Subject at night, "A Man's Cllance.,'
The Lords supper will.be administered |
at the morning hour.
Prayer . meeting \Thursday 7 ?. m. 1
The Woiitor Missionary Union, of|
which Mrs. Emma Allen is president,
will observe the week of prayer begins
ning Monday, meeting each afternoon J
at 4 o'clock ia the ladies' parlor at the ]
church. AU are cordially invited. *
Mr.E. H. Malons Becomes Mem
ber of Firm of Blokett
The many friends of Mr. Edwin H.
Malone will be gratified to read the an
nouncement of Messrs. Rickett A White
in another oolumn, wherein they an
nounce having associated hinj with
them" in their legal business In Ijouis
bnrg. Sine* returning hers to study
law Mr. Malone has Impressed our peo
ple aa being a moat toorteons and.
kindly -gentleman. Ha fives promise of
a bright future in law and hisjf'iends
all avjtr the county will bft glad to know
[that he has decided to cant his I6t
ta^lring hT? nwn people.
returns to Loulsburgr.
George Holder, rtiorefamiliarly known
as "Big Boy," who held a position on
the Times the larger Jiartof 1911; and
who left here to take a like position in
R^cky Mounts has returned to Louis
burg to again take a position on the
T i " Fa . lie says other places are all
right, but he "can't help liking Louis
: ? t ranklia Superior court will convene
.on MoudayT January 22nd, 1912, with
Hon. Frank Carter, Judge Presiding.
" Among the Movri-c. !r~
A. W. Alstoa has tirtWed his family
from Church street to the Harris rosi.
dence on Naah street. ?
T. P. Alford lias moved his family
from the Harris res.dence on > Nash
street to the Ford fesidenee vacated by
J. A. Harris? ? ' .
J. Allen Harris has moved his family
tn. the residence of Mrs. M. H Ay?*k,
where they will take rooms. \
J, J. Lancaster has moved* his family
to the residence ol W. B. Cooke on
Nash street, Mr. Cooke having movtd
1 6 Enfield. ? ?
, W. J. Shearin has moved to ti)P. Als
ton residence on the corner of Spring
and Cross streets, which he has recently
purchased . -|
' J S. Williams, of Alert, h^s moved
his family to tow,n arui will occupy the
Clifton residence "on Main street re*
cently vacated by MrTDTE. Best, who
will move to his home neat MapleviUe.
Mr, Williams has purchased this resi
R. Z Egerton has moved his stock of
goods to the store room recently occu
pied by W. B. Cooke. ' .
J. P, Winston purchased the stock of
W B Cooke aod hi* moved the same to
hia store oh Nisi! street
T G Hill has moved hts meat market
from the Ford building in rear of the
Racket store, to the old pool room, next
*oJ D Hill'* stables.
W C Rodabush has moved his ftunily
? , ? y
to tlic residence on Spring streot re
cently vacated by Mrs B-B Massenbur^.
Dr. A TT Flawing has uinwl t
faintly to ths J BThomas residence on 1
Kenmore avenue. ;
Prof. E L Best has moved his family |
to the Episcopal rectory- ? - ,-r ,
A W Person has ' moved his toffrces |
from over C T Stokes, store to Uiej
rooms over P S & K K Allen's formerly |
occupied Ijj'Dr AH Fleming , i
Scosgin Drug1 Store BurnS
On Wednesday morning about five
o'clock fire was disoovered in tlie Scog
gin drug store on Main street and the
alarm was turned in ? The fire anm
for? they opufd arrive the entire btiijd
ing- on f 1 *,*-t
toIc \rorJc~and t>aveH the hull of the
building but the entire stock wus ruin
ed and the building rendered worthless. I
The estimated damage was as follows:!
Stock and fixtures $S,000, insurance'
Building *3,000, insurance $2,000
The Messrs. S^oggin are, we ar? in
formed, arranging to re-open th??ir tjrug
fousiwge as soon as matters connrrtcd
with tHe Are can be settled. _
At the home of the bride's mother on
Church street Thursday afternoon, De
cember -8th, at 1:30 o'clock, was the
Scene of a very pretty home wedding j
when Miss Minnie Strickland became'
the bride cf Mr. Mvron Pleasants. At;
the appointed time the bwde and groom ,
entered the prettily decorated parlors
to the strains of Me*d?iSs61>nfc popular i
wedding march .beautifully rendered on
the piano by Mrs. S. C. Xlolden, where
in the preaaaee of tho family and a
number of intimate friends Rev R. W,
Bailey pronounced them man and wife
in his usual solemn and impressive way.
after which they received the congrat
ulations in numerous order before de
parting for the home of the bride's sis
ter, Mrs. J. C. Foster, of near Laurel,
where a bountiful reception was ten~
dered them. ?'
The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Cad
die Strickland, and possesses many
lovely' traits of character. She wore a
beautiful bine coat suit with hat and
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glove^ to match and was never more,
lovely. S&e. is des^pringly popular
anon# a ftbstof friffnds~~\rho wish- for
ilium a lony :tnd happyltfe:
The groom is\a son of Mr. J. P.
Pleasants. of near (Xnteryille. and has*
held a ]K>si:i<>n in Louisburg for several
^yoars in which he has vo'iKoithy friends
and proven his tnxstness ability.
They were the recipients ol many
useful -wild valuable presents which
attested the popularity they en)?y
among their many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Pleasants have return
ed- *home ami will take rooms with,
the bride's mother on Church street. .
Bfckatt- Before , the Supreme
x- ' Court. ? ?
Mr. T.?.-W,. Biekett (whom Union
uej General of Nor in uasofma, appear- 1
erf~t?efore-Tfie Supreme Court PE^the |
United States last week and made an!
extended argument in the case of The i
Red C (Ml Company against the State, !
fn- which the* company is seeking to'
.have an act of the legislature regard
ing the tax for inspection annulled.
And like he always does, Mr. Biekett
_?&jre oijtj with fl y in colors. A press
dispatch Says that he created a line im
pression r?n thr court and ' everybody
else who heard him. His ne*er failing
good humor was in evidence and the:
court thoroughly enjoyed.it At times
toe dignified judges laughed. Keen
interest was shown in the argument, j
judging by the interrogations offered by,
at least ftve members of. the court.
Referring to one of th3 contentions
of the Opposing counsel, Mn Bick*'t4 i
mod this ludicrous illustration: ? I;
rqnst observe that the met/iod of bring
ing these expost facto '-matters to the
attention of the court certainly has the
merit of originality^ Counsel ? ay in
their brief that they will asW 1ea?o?te?
use in their arguments the facts fchifrwn
by .the report of the commissioner
and then proceed to incorporate these
very laets in their brief and use them
as the basis oftheir argument. I sub
mit-that thhff proceedure is exactly an
ald?6tts to thatojF the ipan who drives
, up to your house, dU mounts with his
rluggace, takes possession of your great
chamber, draws a chair up to your
tab fa, helpB himself to vour soup, ish
and roast and then informs you that
, next week you wiU gel a better from
"Htm aakiitg if it is convenient for you
to entertain him at this time." ? Mon
roe Journal. ?
THE MOVING PEOPLE
THEIR MOVEMENTS IN AND
OUT OF TOWN L -
Those Who Have Visited Louis
' -I -Sv.^V
burg the Past Week? Those
Who Have Gone Elsewhere iff?
For Business or Pleasure.
E. S./Gracn visited New York daring
C;T!.~Hu<ison returr.od Monday ,trom
a trip to Darhata. * i
His many rnonoa were glad to Hoc Mm
looking gu mir. : 5r *
Miss Jesse Brothers, ol GoMaboro, is
visiting Mrs. D.-F. McKinne.
R. Y. McAden left Friday for Jack
Kin, Mich., on ?. business trip,
J. T. Alford, of Rocky Mount, sprat
Christmas withjns people here.
WiUon Greon. of Sumter. 3. C.. anent
Christmas with his people here.
Dr. R. F. Yarborough' spent Tuesday
in Raleigh on professional business.
P. B. Griffin made a business trip '
to Petersburg, Va., the past week.
flenlah Tneknr lpft Monday fo. ? _
BaiteyX where, ahe wjll tcach'sSliodl* 1
William ftqrrnn-'nf PiMnnrn.^ -|r? ?
spent Christinas with his people her 4T"
J. H. Mitchell, of Wilmington, visited
lUf people near Berg during the -holt
days. ? TT
? Willie Macon, of ItiehihoSd, vUiteA
his people near Louisbui-g the past
' spent t h e ^o) idaya i n and'eround ILoiiiii
burg. ^T-1 ?
Miss Ina Harris, of the Sfate Nor
mal (Jreensboro, spent the holidays at
home. . .
_ B. Ill Lacy, Jr., of Millbrook, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. R. Y. Mc
Aden. ? " ~
D. A. Preston and wife, of Abbtng
ton, Va. , spent the holidays at L. F. '
, F. Herman and wile,' of Hickory,
spent Christmas with their son, IT L.
< B. H. Meadows, ahd wife visited
friends and relatives in Oxford during 1
Judge <1 M. Cooke left Monday for
Greensboro> .where he will hold Ciuil
ford court, X . ? . ?
ited his daughter R. W. Hudson,
thP naat waalc. ^ ) ? hi ? ? : ?
Miss (Jnnio Tucker, who is teaching
Tit Lneama, npont the Holidays witlv
j her people here, ?
j Miss Marine Coffey, of Monoghitn*
| Ireland) visited Miss Sallie Pleasants x
during the hoHdsyS."^" N,
I' Miss Helen Pleasants came home
from Davenport 'Coftege, Lenoir, and
-apant-tha holidays.? ? r : ' ? ?
L ' iljsses Ovie Alford, Clara Long and
Annie Ptf rry , visited friends in ijender
'? son, during the holidays.
Prot. W. R. Mills and family and
Mrs. M. C. Pleasants visited relatives
in Wilson during the holidays.
Miss Lijcy Hayes, who has been vis
iting in ' Louisburg, returned to her
home at Henderson Monday.
The many friends of Dr. J. E. Ma- '
lone, were glad to see him return home
the pasf week looking so well,
J. W Mustian and wife, and Miss
Mary Yonng, returned Thursday of last
week Trom a visit to Warrenton.
J, Cox and Miss Esther Johnson,
of Winterville,' visited friends and rela
tives in Louisburg during the holidays.
n<>lia, where he has accepted a position
as liuperintendent of the Graded schools. .
Miss Susie Hayes, after spending the
hoiujays with tier people here, returned
to her school at Seaboard Monday.
F. N. Egerton and wife, went to Ral
eigh the past wees to be at the bedside -
ol their son, Edward, who i> right sick.
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