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A. P. JO* 5 SOX,
THE COUNTY, THJ
UMT NtES tbis wiu
IT. il'SE 19, IHI.
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UUI KITES UTEES
City laaadatrd WIU TrmMns
,L??.n ?( Pitnlj (Ml LtJf ? lafcv
"lb1* te Estimate Lmi at T*h TIm.
en Central Colorado today surrayu the
havoc of O* mo?t flood In
the history of the West. An accurate
estimate of the loa* of Ufa ??l yrop
Wlth morrow cro?d<< to ??rlonri.
hospitals l?i?l?g - f 11? T? to impro
vised -p?U*< ?t?ttoa?. an* thousand;
homeless, or suffering trocn exposure.
every eftort today vu being directed
toward the alleviation of suffering. le
aving the work of surrey and the
plana for rehabilitation tor the at
tention of outside forces an route to
the almost prostrate conuanurty.
Restoration of the city to even an
approach to normal conditions is a
matter of weeks. L?ve?s must IW ic
paired before the business section can
be cleared of water.
am ia He>pitaN
? it seemed early today thai all dan
ger ot a repetition of the flood had pas
sed. barring another cloudburst The
local Red Cross placed tae number ot
!<odies found at approximately 100.
b asing its estimate on reports of per- I
. ? :i 1 Investigation of thy devastated]
'e number of persons tn tempora
_ yitals was placed at ?o0 by J E.
TTT (lead. " secmarr ? TO ? Gtnn iki;
Sin - Typhoid fever, pneumonia.
dvmh.ria and one or two cases of tn
sanity wtrv found atuon^ tnese paU
A complete field hospital unit was
01 tiered here from Fort Logan.
At a conference today of military;"
city and state officials, in which Gov
met Shoup took pars, repair ot me
It' lets was decided upou as one i >f the
" fiYTf pTublnnj tu be met. ? U ? i i run-.
sltiered possible that aid of the federal
Kovernment would be sought.
Railroad Yard- Wrecked
Floods of lesser magnitude were re
ported today by several l^vn lh Kitt
sas. All are along the coarse of the Ar
kansas river. which over flowed its
heie. !7*raf njc aud OwiUift
Katisas. reported sweeping floods and
all towns in the Arkansas Valley have
teeu warned of the rising ^<ver.
Las Animas. Colo., early today re
ported the Atchison. Topefa and Santa
Ft railroad shops at La Jualta under
five feet of water, the railroad yards
vreeked. and two hundred freight cars
swept away. A score of lives were be
lieved to have been lost. Two hand
i td residences, ir- Las Animas went un
der three feet of water Us* night. 16
nabitantS' fled to public buildings and
to the highlands.
Hkk water at Beaver
The Platte river broke its banks at
Ptnver shortly after midnight, inun
dating several blocks of the westside
residential section. Mm watch' people
fled their home, taking refuge in. the
city hall. Red Crass stations cared
for the homeless, last reports from
Denver early this morning said that
the river was within one foot of the
bridge structures la the business sec
tion and still rising
Three times yesterday came a re
newal of the >ood here. At four
o'clock in the morning water rose se
veral feet when the crest of the lood.
breaking ot the Strattou Park Dam
near Colorado Sprites- tiki Pue
blo. In the middle of the afternoon,
breaking of the Skagway i iki ?utr
and Buuver Dam Mr Wtor. <oupled
with a heavy downpour or rain in the
Arkaasus rlv# watershed and tn Pue
blo caused "another rise. Again las*
night followed another tmvy rain
storm. In none of the londi of yes
terday. however, did the waters reach
the level of Friday night
The signal of railway Hues lead- 1
tag to the lih iy area mated n mi
acing sitnttfcm to he oroteue today
Food suppBes In PueMo were esttm
ted by Red Dross ollrtnh as being leas j
than ?alk<eat tor three days Ram
to the city are impassable tor miles |
Kfforts are being madi to transport
feed from surrounding tuu as by air
plane Sveral machines haee already
been sent out ?K? blankets and me
A virtual iu>?nu oa all ship
to l*uehlo has tem aftttid hy
all railroads entering the city
The only drinking water available I
today Is from a llthia taring oa a hill ]
at the outskirts at the city
A heavy downpour of rain coattnu- |
rd all through last night and the ear
ly morning today
v i re handicapped hy the
Me streets and darfcnena the city's |
electric service Mali
out of commission since earty Friday I
evening? and the unreieattag dnwn |
Stories IN *? ?a .
Hundreds of pmplt living In h
irgs in the vicinity of the dtsrrVt
nl by Friday's Aumr were re
cut of bed at sae e'rlack thm mor .
as a r?s?lt of |?nn<l? wfaiti ?f|
another ?ood. Many
remainder^ of the night and a few of
litem returned before daylight, They
soagkt shelter In churches and the
Reports received here today from
Lake Charles, IS miles south, told of
rh? prfJtaMe rtrowntnff or ? harmtr
v bo had II red for years in the cave on
tbe high baulks of the St, Charles rlv
er It was neer lhe same spot. L-ake
Charles reports said, thai a woman'
and tour children were drowned.
After two nights jl nd moot of two
days marooned on a small island In
tbe A Hiss? p slwsr funr miles bulaw
HwWo. Ed Harriaon of Dtaier and
P. L). Sptoar. ol l*?ebio. managedto
attfect attention and were readied by
Harriaon was a passenneron a? Den
Ter and Rk> Grande train which was
wracked by the flood in the railroad
>arda eaily * I Mar Bight- He manag
ed m escape from m toach and swain
tp a Boattag toe. to Wlrtih he'elmg bb
tll be tras cast apon tne Island.
Kartr FTrWay morning Splcer's home
was torn from its foundations and
the cottage, with Spicer ft ding on its
loof. was sent spinning down llSFTor
rent to be lodged against the same
small island upon which Harrison al
ready had been marooned.
All persons h?Te been kept from the
streets since Satuday evening Loot*
ing has been held to a minimum. No
one is permitted to enter the city ex
cept the military. Red Cross workers
land state and other officials.
With the restoration of telegraphic
communication early Sunday, the suf -
ferine community learned of relief
measures undertaken by cities throu
ghout the middle west.
r.nd sweaters arrived yesterday from
thy Red Cross in Colorado Springs.
Hundreds of persons applied to the
Red Cross yesterday and Saturday for
?nLmedi'*?' relief. All
were fed and clothed. A carload of
b?et was commandeered from the
j railroad yards and cooked to prevent
Dearer. Kansas City. St. .Louis, and
S tne other large cities closest the flood
| eu area, have offered material aid inv
| mediately. but are unable to gel their
mfilW wi ittr nwuiuuitf toumse of
jihe demoralized transportation COTUfT^
] Hie hasemem of every building in
.the down town Section is filled with
; uaier nuU mud. ? W.uduwa of the baao
1 arents went crushed in by the flood and
officials say thafe bodies may
i h,. f.in n d h>r? Ulor whon it has
; l?een found possible to pump out the
j basements and shovel out the mud.
IWrters .Visifr Tall
Fourteeu doctors and 25 nurses ar
rived here last night from Colorado
^ Kiftec i) e^Akbal oi^rs ? & rri?P(1.
from Denver and sixteen from Colora
Officials attribute much of the flood
to the blocking of the nrghwaters by
railroad right of ways in one section
built entirely of slag With the excep
tk?n of a small hole under the tracks,
the slag withstood the inrush of the
flood and the waters bacxed up to the
city, washing out the levees and leav
ing the lower part of Pueblo at the
mercy of the waters.
Pueblo. Cok>-. June i-r(VU Colora
do Springs I ? The south stde of Pueblo
isolated from the remainder of the
city by flood waters today, was taking
stock of its losses and anxiously a
xraitinc restoration of comn?unication
with the city proper that the full ex
tent of the disaster Pueblo Has suffer
ed may be realized
When the flood struck the city, the
south side was separated from the re
mainder of the city by a gulf, of churn
There was no official estimate this
it o ruing off the number of casualties
or the property loss in this part of
Fk?rence and Canon City, fears for
the safety of which had been expreee
eo by officials on this stde earty today,
reported they were unharmed. At
Fort load. Colorado, however, flood wa
If rs pat the light plant out of commis
At the home of bride's mother. Mra.
W. A. Parrish. near Louisburg on Wed
iniay at high noon. Miss Irene Sledge
became the hrtde of Mr O F Rlggs
bee. In a beautiful and Impressive ring
ceremoay. Chaplain It F Black, offle
ntiag The hall and the parlors had
beea beautifully decorated with flow
ers aad the parlors being darkened
was lighted with many randies sup
ported by the many branenes of sev
eral tree* that formed part of the dec
orat&oas To the strains of the beau
tiful aad Impressive wedding march
the Wide aad groom with their maids
aad groomsman Miss .nnta Rankin
and Mr T I Cheek, entered and as
little Sherrpd Sledge brought forth
the riag the ceremony pronoun
TVe bride is one of Franklin Coun
ty"* falreat yoaag women who has
maax frieads that regret to see her
leave The groom Is a promising yo
aac hMlatm aaa popular among a
host of frWads
TV ?xtf in popularity of the rou
pie waa attested by the large number
beaattfal aad coatly prevents
to n# Fraaklta Tteea
? BE CONTRACTED
lyw vsmp kojtd ttjh
BEPDKTS CALLED FOB
Andlter Retjalre* to lake XoatMj
KrHrt ( out; I'luiw CnAbl ?
Orfcn BrMbtf Dtanit Krlkn4 ?f
? tiwiw Tn: ?
The Board of County Commission
ers met In regular session on Moaday
wtUi all members present- The meet
ing was opened wtln prayar isj Raw.
O. F. Smith, after which the minutes
jrere read and approved and hiiala?
Edward uettient was before the
Board asking that he be relieved of
County license tax as he bad to pay
state and town-Ueenae. His r-equeat
On motion ot Hudson and seconded
by Wilder the salary of the Janitor
was reduced from $40 to 525 per
The committee composed of Fuller
and Tlmberlake to see tr a suitable
place coutd be proTlded for a" public
cotton platform reported that they had
not completed their work but were
pursuing tome propositions. On m?
tloa of Hudson the committee w-aa
granted further time' and attorney Ben
T. Holden added thereto, with the re
quest that the committee take the
matter up with the town Commission
ers seeking co-operation.
It was ordered that H. W. Perry."
County Auditor get the best prices on
one 70-foot span bridge for a 12-foot
drive way and oHler Mine lor UriF'
I fin's bridge across Sandy ('reek
I The report ot J J. Holdeo. Suoer
| Intendent-of County Home was recei*
ed and filed. He reports S white and
111 colored inmates. Madison llranch
'having died since last r-poi
I Report of I>r. J. E.-^fc?tone was re
ceived and filed .
Report or .Miss famine Smith. Ho
m e Demonstration Agent, was recelr
i il. rem! ?nd filed. ? ?
' Report of -J. r :-inn? -;..p.Tintf >v(.
cnt of Public Welfare, was -received
On motion of Hudson and seconded
-by -Ettilar an appropriation -ot ? 4W*
I was made to ihe Combat Train Nation
I at Guard, stationed at T<i>?f?lll?, ,
It "--IS orvK' r P<1 that all hridtrfts _tu
I be built in the County shall be let to
jthe highest bidder, with the exception
jof Cypress Creek bridge which is now
under construction. *
On motion ot Wilder seconded by
Fuller the Hoard congratulated Com
' nifs^tniiFr Hudson for ni? wonaertut
improvements and repairs he had
made to the Courthouse.
The report of the Louisburg Graded
School election was recetved as fol
lows: Registration 72S. For 277.
The Board ordered the issuance of
Notes to the amount of 125,000 00 to
tide over the present stringent times,
and to take up paper for Board of Ed
ucation. pending the settlement of
It was ordered (hat the Auditor
make a statement ot the County finan
ces to the Board the first ot each
month. Also that the Auditor get ir.
touch with the Boards of Road Trus
tees of each township, and have them
report to him the total amount ot bon
ded indebtedness of their tewnship to
gether with the amount of the sinking
funds provided to retire said bond?
and to make such report to the Boanl
of County Commissioners.
After allowing a number of ac
counts the Board adjourned to its next
Beautiful In its simplicity was the
marriage of Miss Mamie Perrt to Mr
R C. Barnes, which too-x place at th*?
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Perry of
this city on Tuesday. Jnne 7th at hl*h
noon. Dr W R. Burrer* offk-tatinjt
The parlor and hall was heautifulb
j decorated in daisies and fern Jus'
I prior to the ceremony Miss Sallie T
Williams sang in her most charminc
way "At Dawning" by Cadrnan At
the strains of the "Bridal Cboms"
from Lohengrin the bride and froont
entered the parlor, where Dr Burrell
In his beautiful yet simple way ut
tered the Onal tows. The bride wis
handsomely attired In a suit of nav>
blue tricotine with tcresurlwi to mat
ch and carried a bouquet of sweet peas
and fern Immediately after the cero
| mony Mr and Mrs Barnes left for
Henderson, where they took the train
for Ashexille and other points of in
terest They will be at some aflc
June "iOth. -4 Houch Are. Bergley. Vfl
Mrs Karnes is one of Ixnaisburc ?
most popular voum ladles and for th?
past two years has made oof of Prank
lin C ounty's most pmalsint teach
ers. Mr Barnes Is a young man of
sterling qualities and holds a promi
nent position with the Noift>lt an?l
Southern Railroed Mr tmrUrs Bar
nes hare the con cratnlat Ions of their
[i.vahv frMl In and aroand litwii*
I The- ftut-of town gvesl* were: Mr
J S: A I ford. from Spring Hope. Mrs
Addle and Mr C C. Ranm. of
boro. Miss Margaret Williams, oi |
Warrenton. and Mr Stephenson, of
E!> l> LOIISBI RC,
15 THIRTY HOI R.S
Mr. M?(th Wi Perry. Captala, ?T?* *1?
Mrr*jrtk la Bocart Tl?? ?
?lf?t t? I* fTil?liet
Hurt W. Perry In organ -
a Battery of Heavy Artillery for
baa.. In thirty working hours,
established a precectfnt never be
known In the Qm4i
ice in North Carolina, nor possi
the United States.
received his commission on the
t^oo fly Friday^ nlglrt the mall from
w^Cli Is~ opened about f : 30 -o'clock
mI began his work witn the result
tfctt he had the require fifty-one ap=
plications by Monday night and made
Mi report Immediately to the Adjutant
Gtneral's office at Kmeigh. This is i
"Ite a distinction to Captain Perry
1 will, no doubt, place him at the '
id of the list in recruiting in thej
lonal Guard for the State. Also it
luite a compliment to the men wh cf
led and the County for the patriot
It spirit It bespeaks. However Capt.
Vlrry is not content with the number
9?~appt1cKtfons he "has. but wants tn
ft* the Company up to Its full maxl
jmm strength, which is ninety-one.
Tills branch of the service, we under
stand peys about one-fourth regular
pay while on drill and In camp. It
^li^iven fifteen days encampment each
The equipment that will be furnish
th> Dattery-that Is trroc sTaTTonelT
iftfl I?uisburg is as follows: 1 motor
joi ; 1 reconnaisance car, t* motorcv
rd b Willi side curs. 14 Ilve^Ton trucks,
i W. 0- Cargo trucks. 1 F. W. D. Ar
tfl ery Supply truck. 1 three-quarter
O rgo truck. 1 light repair truck. 1
nil and art. 1 machine gun. I Anti Air
Q ift trailer. 1 kitchen trailer. 1 wa
uailes. 1 blcyoUi. 4 loo-Millimeter
i tiers. 12 caisson bodies 155 m. m.
Hilt Air flrajt Mm-hipa gupn.
latffc rifles, pistols for the members
STINTS COimiTI SERVICE
-rhfclnl? lUraUii IUutW.
Ttoe Board of Education met in reg
ular session on Monday with all mem
bers except Green present. Business
was disposed \}f r'?ll<v,i-t ftftnr ?hn
minutes had been read and approved.
N. H. Wheeler requested that he be
transferred from the Justice to the?
Wilder district. He was instructed to
get a permit from the* Justice Trus
The Board adopted the State plan
for carrying on the Community Ser
(vice work in the County. According
jto this plan the County Board of Edu- ,
cation must assume full administra
tive charge make all agreements andi1
contracts with Directors. Mechanic.*
etc., and become responsible to the
State Board of Education for the op- .
e rating unit which is loaned to them, j
All of this, of course. Is with the ap
proval of the State Board of Education. I
The County is also responsible for an
amount equal to the sum that should I
be realised on the total school census1
on the 10 cent admission basis ? this j
neans that if the average attendance I
for all the centers equals the school |
ensfcs. whatever is lacking in meet
ing the expense will be given by the |
state, but the County must provide
: any deficit that may occur until the j
attendance for the year at these n*eet-|
ings roaches the sch??ol census
Miss Violet Alexander was unani- j
?noualy elected the Director for the .
year beginning July 1st. Mr. Robert |
11 Laidlaw was uanimouslv elected
r Report of J C. Jones mas read and
After allowing a number of ac
ounta the Board adjourned to meet .
igaln on the first Monday fii July
Yoonssville. June 7. ? The Youngs
>ille Club of the Bright Leaf llase Bull
Association was defeated by the Smith
field (Mm on the latters grounds Frl
day June 3rd by the score of 3 to 2.
Yonngsvllle iron today from Wen
del! In a ten inning game by score 9 :
to S, overcoming a four run lead and
driTlnf "Smokey" Smith out of the bo\
in thn 4th inning. Features of this
k'?me being the pitching of Floyd and <
bard hitting of the entire Youngsville
We play Wendell at Wendell Friday.
Zebulon ( Double-header > at Zebulon '
Tueadav; and Zebulon at Youngsville. I
Come out and see the game your at
tendance will be appreciated
Baptlsl rhurrh, Sunday, Junr l*th.
! "Hie pastor Rev W R lturr*ll will
praach at both services- Morning sub
ject: "The price of n birthright." Kv
??ninn: "The Cross It's ft lory and
Sunday School with classes for all
*ga s at 9:45 a m
j Everybody welcome.
NEGRO ffOJU^T KILLED
In RiDMnaj o-m Vftil Strict *ond*y ?
Other* k<tr?p? UJirj.
Aj the reauTfc of a. .nost serious run
away on Ukm Main ftreetn or Louisburg
mm nj>| Angy Perry, an aged
r-otoT**t woman, lost bar* life. The
M6rs? hRchtxH lo ^ tW9 fcorse wagon
beraJtp frtftoOfhefT'h'eaT" the old color
ed cemetery. on South Mam Street and
driver, Mr. Herman Kemp, * ho after
one? o^. the reins broke, made hla es
cape fVo m the wagon without any se
rious injury and when the team reach
ed the depot hill the T?nm?n attempt
ed to jump out her head_sjrlking the
; i"ii blag ~aTTd tractming'her skull from
which injury she died a- few hour^la^
ter? A? little Dilvei UUjLVaa ou the
wagon and ?uocoedo4 ~tfcr gettHig off
without aerioua In jury. The horaos
itopped-lp .front 6t the Court
House by Sam 'Hargrove who was
thrown in the air by his daring catch,
but holding faat to the running ani
flials he succeeded in stopping them
before any serious damage was done
n little eight-year-old colored girl
who had remained in the wagon thro
ugh the treacherous ride.
The horses are owned by Mr. E. A.
Kemp and ao.lar.as we could ascer
tain. received no Injury.
CoL Olds at LoHNbanc.
Col. Fred A. Olds, of Raleigh, who
I entertains children and grown folks
| so well will put on a "Children's Hour
entertainment'-^ at the graded school
jFrtday morning. June 10th at 10
| They will thoroughly enjoy his stories
and dew fly IftVfl hia "Dolls of UM
i World." - Grown-ups too are invited.
Following the stories and doll pa
: service motion picture program,
mission 10 cents.
I>r. liurrell at Winston-Salem.
ja meeting with tUe Waughtown Bup
|tist church Winston-Salem, returned
rinesrlay !flr tfte Wadding or' Mtss .ua
jinie Perry to jMi\ B. C. Barnes. Mr.
| Hurrell reports splendid meeting at
U:ere were thirty-eight additions to
tiiu draw "
tsurrell returned to
continue die meeting Cor a few days
"snawQlY'rpewn with wnrmi&e drnre
om ne dvruc
Tom Parrish Escape*.
Tom Pa rrish who was sentenced to
the ro.ni* for 1" m?nth? ? fur nelling
[whiokey by judge Connor at the fe-l
I cent term of Court, made good his^es
j;ape from the chain gang on Monday I
; while at work near the old Sto?kade: |
Tom had tried being crazy to break j
I jail and other methods to save himself i
(from road work, and failing in* these
| he. so we learn devised his plan of es
cape. with which he succeeded, except
that the rest of the gang did not get
I off as planned. He is still at large as
; this is being written.
Smallpox is -on the increase in the I
County and I now give warning that j
| j>eople ought to be vaccinated. I have
| the fresh points and any doctor will
vaccinate any who want it. Some
[have failed to report it and it is spr
eading. Eeveral more cases of Tv
iphoid Fever have been reported. You
| hadbetter be vaccinated against both
of these diseases.
School Extension Program.
The people of the several Communi
ty Centers next week In tne School
tension program are to have the plea
sure of listening to a good speaker at
the regular motion picture programs.
Mr. W. W. Shay, in charge of the of
fice of Service Extenslpn will be >?ith
us from Tuesday. June 14th through
Friday, June l?th and will make in
teresting short talks at New Hope.
Youngsville. Mt. Grove and Wood.
Throughout the next week we shall
have Mr. E. C\ Blair whose subject is
"Soil Fertility and Soil Improvement".
Mr Blair expects to talk iu each of
our ten centers, five during the day
and five at our night meetings. So
you aae thdt another treat for the
commentty oanters will be a summer1
short Jovtt tor farmers along with
some fiiiC Ba sure to take advantage
of this opportunity and attend the
r ^etlngs. Do not miss a single speak
? Othera will be announced later.
Watch the FRANKLIN TIM KS.
Monday. June 13 Popes.
I Tuesday. June 14 - Mr. Shav. Ne>r
W?lnesday. June IS Mr. Shay, Yo
Thu^day, Juno in Mr. Shay. Mt.
Friday. June 17 ? Mr. Shay, Wood.
Saturday. June 18- White Level.
Monday. June 20 ? Mr. fllalr.
Tuesday. June 21- Mr. Hlalr. Cedar
Wednesday?* June 22 Mr Hlalr. Se
Thursday. June 23 Mr Hlalr. San
Friday. June 24 ? Mr Blair. Bunn.
Saturday. June 27?
SEVENTH GRAPE ^
held n tonwlc^r.roAr^t
^T^Z2?lm< 0B *?
rtaas wEo^^|v?7^,^B ^KSfie
On account of the duO}t dlpk,"??a
Collins Of wfk:r?rB , ^'T Tn,u *>
address. He mad* J * eliver?d tbe
eerh takTmr o u? 1 6Xcell?oj u>
mely adrfce to both ^ ^H*-u'
?'as well taken ?,,j younS and 0ld
to enjoy to the utml.T*0 ?ne se*me<l
U>e addreaa Mr Co nnTiKm'nUt<> ot
friends In Franklin r- many
always gl,*^*"? ?U"ty wh? *">
midst. AAer^hr^Hme him to U,?"'
nest delivered ' etZ'"^ E' L
members of the ?r,H. .? 3 to the
other feature of *?duatin? class. An
presentatlon of the'jSn^8^!,."" the
SJ?titlcatea by Miss Viol., S . nsh,p
rpspprti vch- TI.iii ..>. " gnl1' grades
Icates do not
tained quite so something at
'-MnT^-n ? wlu>
?he Seventh Grade ? Count^ ? *? ? ?
mencement will hT? Louaty C6m^
| * Permanent, an
support and cooperi.io* *hefr
, r>SE^?^ZoeieT?,ern HfeVU
Harris. Jones Wilson Mabel Csh?'5'
Jassamine Cheatham uara r,?"'
mne G?tr B rerr>"- ^'ton Pearce"
nn' Sher^r?U|JerCeMW'lrt0n- ;M"
Rav. Berrv P?rr! u aye- Su3i?
^irjrie Gupton Mvrtl.-A p ? Gupton.
?"*?> Bartholomew", iuL ?en"
<?r. Bonnie Le* r?^T^ t^^i^rew
"vtte. Bernlcf smllh p., tUlah Bur
Taut. Edna Mit hfn Alf?rd. Nellie
Grace White Marv E ?Dlce Mullen.
Mabel ^pn,ainln Dickenson. ?na F'erry1
t^'^er^!^,^- ?<* Wins-'
r^dingfleld. Virginia Horton' Gy^S
"old. Mae l hamkip, Br?"ks A
??r.pwcssafir- junior c,u
Curtis Gupton, Gar vice 7V.nl fan \#
r y;-f ?.srs S:
?on. Jr., John w Klnr Jr i I
Kr7Iwr'",",ni W>bb ^"ben S^T
Louishnnr Kai^n tjuola. ^
Mr Edwin H Ma lone, manager of
the drive for the Louisourg quota qf
the Methodist Educational MortlNit
informs the TIMKS man that this
charge reached its rutl quota ot
000 00 before the time for services o?
last Sunday morning The drtv*
begun on Sunday morning. May 29th
at the morning service when something
over eight thousand dollars was sub
scribed before the day was *on<K LMtjr
iug the week the remainder was ntatfc
up and Louisburg put above on this
important drive. u
MV. Malone was very compliwaeet^gy
to tin* people who were so liber?)ptfc
their donations statins: that tm &Sffi
the times their liberality was flMMt
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