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W. J. BRYAN AND OTHER GREAT
.SPEAKERS IN UALEJGH, JAN.
A great meeting indeed will be that
of the North Carolina Conference for
Social Service which holds its third
annual session in Raleigh, January
28-3. The Conference discusses near
ly all subjects looking to the upbuild
ing f North Carolina and her peo
ple, aa4 everybody s invited to all
mevtoBCs. You will probably wiah to
go U Raleigh sometime while the
LrCfrMature is'in session. Make these
the dates of your visit.
presence of four eminent
speakers, of National reputation, will
alone stake the meeting historic:
WMiaai J. Bryan, famous the world
over as an advocate of peace, temper
ance and moral movements; Thomas
Mott Osborne, the greatest man of
eur trine, who has given his life to
prieea reform; Mrs. Cora W. Stewart,
Wke has achieved National reputation
threugh the Moonlight School ir.ovc
weiit in Kentucky; and Secretary Dah
iels, whom North Carolina still claims.
A4 even withdut these four emi
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G. C. BUQUO
" '' i COLUMBIA, S. C.
We have on hand several
nent speakers, any one of whom wou'd
make the meeting remarkable, t'.:e
program would be of compelling at
tractiveness simply for the Nnrt'r
Carolina talent represented. Presi
dent Clarence Poe and cnc. of tV
afore mentioned National speakers
will fpeak Thursday night, the 2st!
The other North Carolina speakers
include Dr. E. K. Graham, Jud.-je W
ter Clark, Dr. W. S. Rankin, Dr. D. IJ.
Hill, Prof. E. C. Branson, Dr. J. Y.
Joyner. A. W. McAlister, W. Vt.
Swift, Mrs. T. 13. Harrison, Dr. L. 1..
McBrayer and others.
The meeting begins Thursday night
January 28th, and will end Saturd.-.;
morning. Reduced railroad rates ar?
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NORTH CAROLINA, RANDDOLni
COUNTY. In the Superior Court.
Notice of execution Sale.
D. B. Langley, vs John B. Millner.
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
Court of Randolph county irt the above
entitled action, I have levied on ami
will, on Monday the first day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1915, at 12 o'clock M. at
the Court House door of said county,
at Asheboro, N. C, sell to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy said execu
tion all the rifrht, title, interest and
estate which the said John B. Millner
has in the following described real
A certain tract or parcel of land in
Randolph county, State of North Car
olina, adjoining the lands of Thomas
Harris, Zob Tomlinson and ' others,
and bounded as follows, viz:
Beginning at a stone, Mill? :r and
Collett's corner, and running south
ten chains to a stone in Thos. Harris'
line; thence west eleven chains to a
stone in the county line; thence north
with the. county line nine and sixtv-
four one hundredths chains to a stone;
thence east to the beginning, contain
ing ten and eighty one-hundredths
Also another tract or parrel of land
in Randolph county, State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of Thos.
Harris, E. K. Millner and others, and
bounded as follows, viz: Beginning 'it
a stone in Thomas Harris line, b,. K
Millner's corner and running thenc
north ten and twenty one-hundvedths
chains to a stone K. Millner s cor
ner; thence east fourteen and s-eventy
one one-hutidredths ch;iins to stone;
thence south ten and twenty pne-hun-dredths
chains to a f-tone in Thomas
Harris' line; Whence west aVng said
Thomas Harris' line fourteen ;nd
seventy one ne-hur.dredths chains to
the beginning, containing 15 acres.
Also another tract or parcel ol land
in Randolph county, State or North
GaroliYia, adjoining the lands .if 7,eb
Tomlinson, Ben Collett and others,
and bounded as follows, viz: Begin
nine at a .tone in the county line near
Truman Hiltons, on the edge or th
Turnpike Road and running nort'
seventy ilegreof. east snong said ro;
fifteen and fifteen iie-hundrcdth
chfeins tn a stone on thv south side of
th: sau'l road." thence south ten d:
grees west twenty three am
twenty live anc-hundivdths chains to
a stoe; thence wost ten and thirty
soven one-hnndrodth? chains to a
stone in the county line; thence north
to the beginning, containing twenty
This the ilOth day of December, A
3. W. PJRKHEAD, SherifT.
Tndor a-id by viHuc of the power
of dale conferred vr.wn me by an or
der made liy the C '"..'k of the Sunerioi
Court of iJandolph county in a Spe
cial Proceeding therein pending enti
tld U. 1'. Hayes Aitrr. vs John Hoov
er et als.. I will olTer for sale at pub
lic, auctior. for ca.-h the following de
scribed premises iVriate. lying and be
ing in Randolph cointv North Caroli
na, in Hitidleman Tiiuii.-j'i) it the
eourt house door of siiid county in
the city of AsheiH.iv on Saturday,
Jtmuary t Oth, 1 : 1 - i at 12 o'clock M..
suid lani:- and rirtrni.-,'s hcing rzavc
particular iy desrrit 'd as follows, to
wri: ?egii!iirig at a r.;ii(p oak. ar:d rons
(hfiiee south i).2S ili.tlns to a white
on,:; thfji'-; south 1'.' deg'es west 2.t'"
chains to t stone; t. i, e north '- c-grrvr-s
weir 17.69 civ ins to a st.tpe in
the middle of the crtrk; therce. tie
crctk it's arious cooisis 27 chains 1"
a stone in the middle- of the :-a:0 c; cf ";
at the t'orti; thenw- nearly eu. t wilh
liell road .45 chain, to a Silvio w,
the north -ide of said road IVnnir
Fraaier's wrner; f ieuce north fi eh.-,
to a stone; thence east 27,fl chain? I
to a stone near John Mcl'ar.ii I t I
.houses theme south i:A cluiirj to
a stone in J. C. Frazitr's line; thence
west i'2.15 chains to b stone; thenco
south chains to a sycumore on the
hank of the 'to ranch; ihoiv.e we.M. 2
rVains to the beginnir.g , containing
CJiH' aces mote or less.
This '2Sth day of December, 1011.
X. P. HAYES, Commissioner.
C11AS. H. REDDING, Attorney.
AN7NIA1. STATEMENT COUNTY
W. T. Foashee
Attendawe. 22 t'sjvs (" 5.C0 f T"
MiVage., -116 (of Se 2().SOj
Expense?, trip to Kacford ... 1.7." 1
Fettling v;th Sheri.'f 4.CU;
socintion t-.C 1
II. A. Tomi'son
Attendance, 15 ('a'
Mileage, 702 (J ii't
0 52.00 .'fe
J. A. Wilhers
Attendam e, C
Mileage, .si (
D. A. Cnroi li-" n.
age, 1- C
rui.-os trip to
V. J. Scnrboro
Attemla-iee. 4 d.v
STATE Ol-' NOI'T;'
I. G.-arge T. ?!".rd:
Deeds of said r-. '"tv
OfhVio to the C iv 'iv 1
missioiH'rs of said e..
certify that the fo'-eg
reourt of t'i iteo-?
ditrd ii"d idle rc-l hv I
to the rv'in'oers t!' -eo
d Of !
end.nr No'CP'tira' .''), 1 ',!.
1st dav ef Decev-,1 1,M''
cno t. Mrn'to'
roister of Pr.nl- ;. vt lyl; i
Officio to the Board f Commissi
ers of Randolph county.
ice is hereby g' -n t' at a;"-
t:on v-') ho mp.''" 'Vn fieipi!
mldv of 'orth f i-i';"a "t it ;
sion f' r if MS for I1-" "ract".-nnt
lr."- amending l-" -l-p-lp- - f " -
of eaprove red 'ei ur lhc CO;-,i:
of said town.
This Jan. !). 1!":".
0. II. CORNEL"-ON.
"t. the toNs :i of
NO USE FOR ALCOHOL
It is said that members of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Un
ion, of Eureka, 111., are loud in their
protest again;, a certain physician
in that to vn making use of alcohol
in his practice. The particular in
stance that brought forth the fire of
the temperance people happened sev
eral weeks a .o. A'-riiding to the
story a certain physician wad called
to attend a child who had got Ivml
of a bottle of carobnlie acid and spill
ed the contents over his face. To re
lieve the burns resulting the physician-employed
alcohol, a recognized
agent for such an emergency, bath
ing the child's face with the fluid
until the acid was counteracted. Oa.
learning of the incident a faction ot
the Eureka Union, strictly opposed
to alcohol taken externally or inter
nally, denounced the physician for
applying the means his science pre
scribed in a certain case. Chi'.lieothe
J. W. AUSTIN, M. D.
Practice Limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat,
SQUtti Main St., next to P. 0.
HIGH POINT, N. C. .
Win. C. Hammer R. C. Kelly
HAMMER & KELLY
Attorneys at Law
Office Second door from
street in Lawyers' Row
ASHF.BORO, N. C. Phone 28
Ollii-c over the Bank. Hours, 9 a.m.
to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
" DIl. JOII? SWAIM
OiHce over First National
Asheboro, N. C.
1111. BANK (F RANDOLPH
Asheboro. N. C.
(VpiUd and Surplus. SflO.OOn.00
Total Assets over .2."l),(MIO.0(
With ample as-ets, experience nn
i -o; i. tiuii, w wiicit the business of
it.o haniring iiohiie ;md fee! safe in
spying e are prep:'r"d and willing
1 rttend to our ivst ,-n rs every fa
vi'iiy ai.d jicc'ii.iii.oda'.ion coi.sistcnt
"t'n sofi' L.-mking.
V.. H.IfCrarv, President.
HV. j. Annfichl. V President.
W. J. Arulicid. .ic. i'as '-icr.
J. I . Asse-Uml Cushicr.
ting id the Beard ol Coil nil Com
N )tico n hereby given that a meet
ing of the Board of Commissioners"
of Randolph county for the more con
venient dispatch of t'ne S-usines.-awaning
tin iHuntlon and considera
tion of the board has been called :.nd
a ill "he held at the Court House ir
.. heboro, N. C on Saturday, the 2.n1
lav o" Janu-rrv, 1915, beginning at
;0:00 .o'clock A. M.
Bv order of the Chairman of Board
This thf lG'h dav of Jan., BUY
CRO. T. .M L'RDOCK, Clerk.
T. H. Tysor has this day entered
.l'i acres of land, riore nr less, ii.
I'rower I'T-wnshrp, n.;:r Krrct. . '
ad.ioininc th" lii'n'- of I.. O. Sr?"
". E. Supg, the 'ee'V. of eo ii.i.
; id othew and lying on the vale ,
p: lYirk (:."eek.
This .lanjprv 2Y U LY.
i::.: . T. .Mi .innv k.
Enrjy Ti.ker f;: llandelp!" co-:ii'
I'i'ied is adiini.v'.ri'.tor
if II. !. Nance, dei cased
Cavem.vs, CWrk of the
the ei taie ;
.ill el! at ,
ol K; ndoljih Cou.ntv,
.".'i';r aiH'tloii to the
Vo e..-h r.i f..
d !:iv of .Tai:. D.-LY :he
o p;'e r if, to;-if:
CO'.', lot . (' corn, lot of
atn'i feed, h interrt
l'i- r; :ie
lai'iiiros to men- j
ti the i
f Dee. !
.- ill j,e t'!e:v!ed in
ivrvv: ::nd r'l ;ev- ,
M::te ''.ill cor.ie for- I
"K'iiiate j;ett1em('-i l
1. M. NANCE.
II. II. Nance, dee'd. '
- d 1
is 2:i .l:,v "f
E. G-.-evn. 'h-'C'.ies:-..
. f iki'td -'rh
' natoY'd t-i
e '.Yth ,l: v of
K.-tico will be
co ii.irii .'(hat
:. of t!
Jfd A Btti'k mnkes n qunrt nf
(J. . Jl flncKt waaliliiKblw. lt'B all . . .
) u"e"u,sc n
-w- fit nil rnwrr. I .
fil Ulamoml. JMlimnell S Co., , f
jH inn v. i'ii t.. rhii-. Ft-
"SYRUP GF FIGS" FOR
Delicious "Fruit Laalic" Can't
Harm Stomach, ! ivcr and
Everv mother l-esdi'i's, after giving
her children '-Calilorniii Syrup of
Figs," Una this is their, ideal laxa
tive, because tney love its pleas:' n!
tasie and it thoroughly cleanses the
tender little stomach, liver and how
els without griping.
When cross, irritable, fevonVh or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look it
the tongue, mother! If coated, give a
teaspoonful of thin harmless "fruit
laxative,1' and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out ef the bow
els, and you have a well, playful child
again. When its little system is full
of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, indigestion, colic remem
ber, a good "inside cleansing" should
always oe the lirst treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know
a teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Ask your druggist fur a
iiO-cent bottle ot "California Syrup of
Figs," which has dmctions tor h:
hies, children of all aces and grown
ups printed on the bottle. Beware of
counterl'c'ts s-old hero, so don't be
fooled. Got the genuine, made
"California Fig Syrup CYrnpany."
THK ORIGINAL DIXIE
(From Stonewall Song Book.)
I wish 1 wax in the land of cotton.
Old times, d ir am not forgotten,
Look away, look away, look away,
In Dixie Land whar I was born it.
Early on one frosty mornoi',
Look away, look away, look away,
Den I wish I was in Dixi
Tn !i-:ie" Lend I'll t:d:o mv stand,
Ti !'h ::' do. in Dixie.
Loo'-: I'v,." -, Icok awav, look -iv: ''
O'd missti? marry Will d-v.eabcr
V.'ii'iani was a gay doee:der,
Look away, look away, look away,
But when he puts his arms arouivl
He smiled as fieri
Look away, look a""
e as a forty
ny, look awav,
face v sharp as a butcher's
But dat did not serm to preab '(!'.
Look away, look away, look nvjiy,
Old missus ;;etcd do foolish part,
And died for a man that broke her
Look away, look away, look away,
Now, here's health to the next old
And all the gals that want to kiss
'ink away, loo1,
R'.'t if you w:
Come and he:'
ook awav, loo!
Makes you I': i
,ook away, !oo'
a liM'e fa!;...
;.-, look iiv.::
Den l'.oe it dav i
md siraleh ".'::'
i vit 's Lam
I'm bound to trah-
i vur, look away
(The Living Age)
! :i"i the pillars of the house;
The keystone of the anh am I,
Take me away, and roof and wall
Would fall t" ruin utterly.
1 am the fire utmn the hearth,
1 am the light of the good run.
I am the heat that warms the earth,
Which els'! were colder than a stone.
.v t e :
I am their
Wl'hoat - -
' arm their hands;
"f love .'dive,
e h"U tst.;r.e stand:
1 am the
' house from door to roof,
the walls, the board I spreai
ruiaai'is, wrrp and wo-u".
A"d shake '
. n to ' e l.lei
Tl'-if d. -. :
'. , , 1 r. r-
Take ir.e r, .:
I1M MAN TELLS HOW
r, l'i :
J. F. Lr. in Says Jlayr's
Ej.:u.:.' Lrojeht Eiw .
i !:ing P.c!i.'l'
J. I !-";
C, Vi.s for a
s 'Y-.'s .1 . -I
t-icd r.'l l:!rd
One day 1-
of Whvt "i -a'
or.? ti'H' the '
: i f ih" i.li'n'iu;
o' t-:-atmcnl aa
tno ' :t
"I am satirool tl
; .r,.!;.-;- I-
'ar,'" t :-;-.-'"!
liveil but ;i
bea:t fa" y.
injr n i:s; .
vr to ha
,' i vtv.Hi P. t;
mv i;f 1
few weeks rv r:
a- ro-nad,-. I
friend ' s !.'
.-e t me of i
i's expcricii e
,," " ....IT1
t e. y
'.v.ii': '-.tl:-."j xxh-e fram
TO HELP THE SANiTCRIUM
I'BOX I M IT Y MAN!' FACT I'i'I NO
CO. AND OTili:;:S WANT TO
join hands with static in
lk dlcatino 'i fbkbct los1s,
Jan. 14. Th;: IVoxlrnily
M .i mi f;.M'.; ring ompi'.i.y cl ioce.m
bi..;o i.ints an opportunity to help
Vorth Carolina eradli i.le the (Ireat
White Plague. If the State will do
its part in this t'.ght, tha -e-t "
poration seems wining to lend a hand
iiiiauciuiiy in the caring for patiei.ts
and spreading the g"s;.c! of preven
tion. Doubtless others will follow.
Following is a letter just received by
the State Beard of Dea'th, from J. W.
(Yne. Vice-Prr: -ident. of the ProxiniBy
M anufacf.i ring ( 'on pv r " :
GitilKNSBORO, N. C,
Jan. Bl, 191Y
Dr. W. S. Rankin, Sec,
North Carolina State Board
Raleigh, N. C.
Referring to your visit which
asVd you to make to us last sprii -in
reference to a plan whereby our
Company could take steps toward su
pressing tuberculosis, we believe that
there is urgent need of adequate
measures for dealing effectively iJi
this truly vital problem, and we a
anxious to is some way co-oper;i-
with your Board in furthering this
It seems to us that if the present
General Assembly will make it possi
ble for the State Board of Health to
carry out their proposed policy for
dealing with this disease, that they
wilt be doing one of the greatest ser
vices that bar. ever been rendered th"
State, and if the General Assembly
will make some dolinite p'an toward
eradicating this disease, by wi
our Company could join with others
in helping financially those in charge,
of the work at the present Sanatori
um, we would be very g'ad indeed to
have the opportunity of doing so.
Please keep us advised from time
to time what is being dona along this
lino, and oblige.
V'erv trulv vmrs,
PROXIMITY MFG. CO.,
J. W. Cone, Vice-President,
Nor is this all. Within the last few
months patients have had their ex
penses paid, and linancal assistance
Iv.'s been received by the institution
from the following sources: The
Presbyterian church, the Episcopal
Church, the Baptist Church, Themp
som Orphanage, Jr., O. U. A. M.,
Knights of Pythias. Odd Fellows, Ma
sons, local Rod Cross Seal Commit
ters, lumber companies, Visiting
Nurse Associations, also private con
tributions from various sources for
orphan children, and even a small leg
acy from the estate of a good lady i
the western part of the State.
Judging from these voluntary be
nevolences from every part oi' th
Stale, bestowed upon this young in
stitution as upon no other State insti
tution it vo 'dd s""!n to indii-ale m .i-.?
than eve- the interest of the piopi
at large in t! e welfare of path ;.n "a
ilertaking. Fcr Iufants and Cbildxea.
The Kfed Yon Have Always Bought
Bears thu y j.iS '
Signaturo of -uzSczZ
BRYAN AND DANIELS COMING
Will Address State Conference for
Social Service January "(Ith Thos.
" Mott Osl.orne of Sing Sing Prison
Sneaks on Prison Reform on the
2i)th Mrs. Cora W. Stewart of
Kentucky to Speak on Moonlight
School on the 23lh Other big
Secretaries Datt'e's :tnd Bryan
speak before the State Conference
for Social Service at Raleii.h, Satur
day morning", January "Dili and tiir
fore the legislature that afternoon.
Xmo'ig the other hie speakers at the
',...n..!r.-:u'e w:il be ..ir. luonius ,lott
Osborne of Sing Sing Prison. New
York, and Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart
f. rd, Ke.ituc'.y. Mrs. Stew-
I Moonlight Schoo's.
The present Conference will un
; i doubted,''.- be the biggc.i and best vet
j 1 'd. ;';.. Y: .,' --s wi-' be lidd
.:-:i t'.e matter of prisau reform end
!''(' e -tuin of adu't i'Mtr-i-:'..'-. The
sneakers and thinkers from a',1
the State will be heard on the
ram from the first meeting Thurs
afternoon, January 2S, until the
' ""ing jaturtiay morning, Jan
HI? FROM DEATH
.-::.. .i ' olnev:-. in r.1! part?; of ti".
o.i;itry who have fo i i.l relief H the
' of this remarkable treatment.
T!i-. lirst dose proves no lona Ircat-
Mar's Vv'orderf'.:l Tfonai'i P.araedv
I'-.i.s the digottivo trr.ct of mttcoid
'. retYvs and removes p"isa:ioiis mat-
It brings swift relief lj -?.--
rs f. o.r stari.:i-.h. Ii
ng. to try
t' ."-o :gb
;l 1 as
a.-lt R-'..o, v ,
vi". This is t' e m
of oit" pi'-.p'e ! ;iV"
S'Tprising r.-'S'l'ts '1"
av'etn e':.;, ,,,.,. ,, .,
V "..-., f,.l ctPv.i, -S"hl
Fere by Stn'id'-:-and