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WIL C HAMMER, EDITOR
Asheboro, N. C, March IS, 1915
Who would have thought it? A
bill has been introduced and is se
riously being considered submitting
the question of state-wide prohibition
to a vote of the people of the State
of New York. It is true there is in
tense opposition, and while the women
are sending committees before the
legislature favoring the bill, the
vraachers are divided, there being
nearly aa many ministers in opposi
tion aa favoring it, appearing before
that committee of the legislature.
Mr. J. B. Duke was in Charlotte
last week and stated to officials of
the Southern Power Company that he
believed that the European war would
continue for three years from the
time it began and that there will be
a decisive victory in the end for thej
allies. He also expressed the belief
that this country has a great future
ahead of it when the war is over if
mly the proper and adequate prepara
tions are made at this time for this
THE WAT TO GET MORE GOOD
tta saaterial and industrial welfare
1 every community is ia the haada
I Ma own people,
la Lee eouaty a "boosters dui1
W bora organised to meet in tie
iimfb i lnai of tae public echoel bufle
&a a Baaford en nlffct ia every
wtagu Hr. Blew H. Butler, of Soctk
a Timm, fa te Meet wit tae efab
a$ ever snooting to gtve tkem aotfc
afl as aa cam, aad aa one eaa give
tetter eocireaticne Sir. Butler.
Mr. Batfer ia kia talk at the Cnt
me&as of tae club a few weeks age,
aaaHa the following valuable autres
taflaa, as reported la the Saaford Kx-
Mr. Butler, wfio appliea practical
KMtiBKMii to everything he aadertakea,
aa Ms talk offered many good su gges-
aa. a. to how the campaign of ad- - -00" Se Mt Gilead church the folbwing day
Tartiamg the eounty.reaoureea should SUte-wide act, but there are 49 Juneral services being conducted by
v. -i 0- Ha .rtarted out bv aur- ountiea exempt that had cause to hifl Ptor ReJ- rl'.fy, aJE. rrnm
ke earned ea. He atartea out oy mat ehooaiag of the ca- f8?1 had suffered several day? from
reatiag that eo-operatioa ef the local didates by the several parties for tagTiPP. the immediate cause df hia
....... . -,,,( nffirom , deatn being heart trouble. 1 '
Bewapaper should be had ia carrying county omcers. -eventv-four years
, Randolph was first included in the ,Mr- wai was sevemy iour jiib
a the wort He argued that this ji6t of the exempted counties in ,H'J wlfe'. I0 Mm
wa. the only way the work of adver- this respect, but in a much as the Miller "XrtSytS
. , iL , .. last two Democratic Conventions de- t0 other world about '"y-?"1
toJang the town and section that could dared in favor of a primary for all V?10- ,0ne '0VlLT.Lu. '
be wceassfully carried on. "A town is officers, the Republicans cannot com- XW&SZSi
. . , , . . , plain at this, because in the conven- Mr8 J- B,0,KK81l uw fu 'rT
judged by its newspaper," said the tion aggembled last summer, the Re- one brother, Mr. k. M. Wa 11, of Tab
speaker. Here Mr. Butler read an ar- publicans of North Carolina adoptoo .L
r t, , v. a platform. In this platform was the mLre fl!stant 7'dtive08 ""wnf,-P
tide from a Pennsylvania raper boar- ollowing pianU: -Kifth-We favor The deceased v.as a member of t ,e
ing on the subject. We quote: , a State-wide legalized, primary, appli- !"h
"The bit way to form an impres
sion of a neighboring city is to look
at it nevsn:.pes. If these journals
are poor!;, printed and sloppily writ
ten, a 'id i:
itm i1jv, :i.
rlcyi t '; '
tiho f r .
d v r:
e c f (. "..
if yo'i var.t a
:: to-n .-;..-. ;
j r-a",cr to tu':
.... . '
and conn.y ..-ou.d be to run .ago at-
tractive advertisements in the paper
enumerating the things they have to
. ,. . x, ...
that we have a live set uf merchants
. ... . .
and a progressive town and county.
"Get up concrete information about j
vumuv,, .am wc nyBa&ci , mv a
' . . . , .
w ee aD:e w ieu ine size or U larmo,
m. v -a , . , mm 11 '
fee auiaWei awes, 4h. kind of aoU,
1 , ,. , . ,T ' T 1 .1 Mcivs, Virt-inia, Ut Tuesday, -'llts for ne Lord knows that while there
be r'.b :n the local paper on the E!ibcth ho of (;enantovn, J'er.u- vlb a score or more men in Con
cultvr.' cf br!it tobacco and other s-'h-naia. ) r'Awd t.e shin f;.r lcr Mr'A whn could hand out mail to the
. . ., r ctrl 3 hv hrn-!Vinr n hollle t.t ' . v,of W mi poms fill h.
DP. ar.rl to,u the merchants t.;at onc fve Etuol prow. , ere is only one John D. ShcrriU to
od v.-.nv for them tn boost the town' ot., n,n;j cfoflF ond n l-pn f'nnpnrd nnd Cabarrus county
the kind of crops to which it is
adapted, price of the land, location,
etc. He suggested that the com
mittee of seven men appointed at
Business Men's Banquet take up this
matter and push it. Mr. Butler said
ii.. .ha,-cra nf the
, , , .. nf
work of developing the resources of
ii. - ..... t,M mm in
selectine men whom they propose to
make permanent citizens or tne coun-
TW i.,M h of an intelligent
thrifty class who win mane success
ful farmers and good citizens.
Rnflr tnlH of the developments that
. . .... it
are being maue in xne sanonms sec-
tion; how some big tracts of land in,
Hoke county are being divided into
small farms and settled by thrifty
ine made according to the plans he
suggested for Lee county. Mr. But-
er stated that the work of improving
- . ii iv:n . '
; , , t , , , .
stimulated by an agent introducing
and selling improved larm macmnery.
"Let the people of the town paint
iL: V flA nfl A. MnL.A o fMA
-j . t..i- ..ti,. I
prKwum, omu .. uw. ..c..... Brown R0bert Davis, nowara rer
n.:n v: k. ;n Af nf cnn r.nvcnn Hannpr Hal Millikan
..... , . ,
and make other improvements that
will match it
"Every business man in the town
should advertise something for sale!
and show a progressive spirit Extend
t)i nrrn1tlnTi nr tho Inril ntnr arui
thereby help the town by advertising
Mr. Butler expressed the opmkm
that the best way to advertise the re
sources ef the county would be to or-
gaaiBe a farm developaieat company
and get up somethiag taagihie to
SANDOLPH XOT KTEMPT FROM
raiMAX i biu
.. . . . .....
wniie me repon gox oux mat itan-
dolph was exempt freia a State-wide '
primary act, such ta aot the caae. I
ttmrU.Tlti. rrt 4. .1.1
rag days of the general aeeaaihly had '
Rarwlnlnk filaMvi Kaob uiuinv thnttm .
Jh. tv,- ... I
are controlled by a State-wide pri-
try ww, mini wocre buck pruntvnai
will be held in accordance with the
previsions of the act
ui course an counties ia ine oe
are compelled to hold primaries for
ur. course an counties ia tne state
came 10 uu p;;:"ies and lor ail omcers.
The Republicans undertook to pi t
. 11 x. ... .,
in inis pmnK. aow iney are rc-
pmlinting it. as shown liv the fa
:in legislator!" Iiad the
ir.iies exemjiic"! from
' primary hiiv: Davil-S:i!!-.j!on,
s. Cata'Alia, Tni ,-
k':, Davie, C:
n nid (I:;
j : '-.iLc :
I in n'.-mor
.! :(,, i'i irsG ship
TV. 3 s'
' iv a, the
b.'.itleship 111 the
'lrl at Xv.-ii'.irc
1 ' i .1:. :",,.-i,,i Anvn
erj ()i ' t.)o i'ng piatform;
ancj Qe.pt. M ix Thierichens, command-
er of the famvjs aea raider, which
sunk an American ship a few weeks ,
ago ana men sougnt reiuge in an,
American port, wad also present, in ,
nlnm on ninost nitV. tho tpn I
lull unuorm, anu joineu wiut um
thousand other snectators in cheer-
ing the new monster of the aea.
ij, Red star i,npr Lapland, Irom routes to mues long; on routes
, .., x- v v '1- ... - il.l.'l.. Ur. tk.n 9i milna 1 AK9?
Liverpool 10 re mrn, w .w
chased by a oubr.iarine just after leav-
tt, i,utfc .f the Meraer-
GRADED SCHOOL TOR MONTH
- ENDING MARCH 5.
trrA Allred. Thomas
Barnes, Lester Jarrell, Byron ; Lamb,
heH Yow stagg, Cash Bow-
man FMrr Milliard. Melvin Elmore.
John Ferguson, Amos King, Almeta
Lonnie Hall, Thelma
uiMrc Marv Hannpr. Ethel Lambert.
Erma Lassiter, Madge Rosson, Vir-
.. r.ir, r,iiibii FHmr
Sink, f attie Lamo, aiary rogaon
o I I - Tvmta liatna fail
! . 7"r.I,Jw '
i lriiinfrtnn. H9T.pi i-,imore. orace noi
lonl Dnhslia k'irltmnn. Roselle Kinir.
Margaret Lineberry, Marjorie Smith,
Agie oiiia milium ..... "1. .
k inhnnia Nelson. Harrv Sink.
Vlorho- Tumor. Parrell Wall. John
o,; Robert Upton,
Third grade Mary Burgess, Mary
Rertiia Garner Jewel Hughes, Nell
LamD, numa iineucn j , iumh-
kan, Margaret lui-naruaun, iuuuci
poooii Voiiin Kwaim. Jeter Barker.
John Lamb, Robert Millikan, Bernard
uionicnn Hb nh Ta lev. Carl low.
i, r.Aa rhn Hnlla. Thom-
i),.Um-,i viip (lohlp. Blease Dan-
iel, Pete Graves, Jack Lamb, Eugene
ami,, Glenn Lineberry, Chas. McCas-
kui, wane nuwi, ""7' r V.
M;cW- T?,.th Farlow. Roselle. Smith
rt in CfAtranc
Fifth grade Roy Burgess, Edison
Clif ' Vestal, Essie Carlisle, Bertie
,d ' Davi6i Beatrice Grave,
Leola Lassiter, Alma Marsh, Elberta
'elsor , Irene Sears, tiora me,
Sixth grade Jewel Sumner, Tilla
T.mM VirVman. Kirbv Lamb.
"ttLZr. SarSce gSS
Jack Taller. Chas. Ivy, Conrad O'Bn-
th --Pauline Caudle,
rvnol Riiirh. Thelma Lamb. Ornia
Richardson, Frances Bowmaa, Haael
Floyd, Harold Deal, Grady Kirkman,
Fletcher Caudle, Maulta Ivy, Maude
Breokshire. . '
Eighth grade Allie Hiashaw, Ma
rie Holladay, Clare Laanb, Edith BUer,
Percy Kirkman, Eramett Sumner.
Ninth grade Mary Haaaer Mabel
Ivy. . . . ..
Tenth grade Oienna rioya, m
n... PnKv TTnirliM Dim. Sheffield.
'-' "v , f, v-i
frada Sinclair, May Parson. Neal
BchelarshJa Heaoi BeU. ....
.Ii?hth Taa-Clai Laab, Ollle
Tenth grade Naiuege Tregdoa,
Ruby Hughes, Glenna Floyd.
DEATH OF MR. WALL
Mr. M. V. Wall died at hie hone
ToKmi-le tnwnnhin. Anril 10. and
. , :f '
. . . - ----- , ,
r I" h,s a' St'holijJ0rt
i - i.nvs Hp wns :ilvavs nrescnt at
years, lie was always preseni at
church and Sunday school unless
nrovidentiallv hindered. He was a
sincere Christian and a pood citizen,
who will be sadly niisstnl in his com
munity. in: atii !' ?-ins. Ai'.r.it n:i.i)
ir.'U. Sr.. di
1'. : t m Vv,
'" it 'i"r r: ri'i'".'f',
itt. of CriU's Land I
.rvived by 1 -r l.i:s-,
i, o,'o iv'n lu'iViiifr
s'vvivinjr ; mis and
tf: Mr;. R. 'J'.
?. 7 'rr lie .':
r". vc Jrm.io!(i,
C; Vr. J
; r-nd Jesse L. Avrh
, N. C.
v.ts p. true Cluii.tir.n
" r'ui'no ehavuter
Svo v.iU s?d!y
un ii and community.
-V. 1 v.
:: od by her
Editor J. V,. Sherrill, of Concord,
when it comes ta a matter of busi
ness elfleirriev, could run anything
from the President's job donn to a
s ir.'ond-class pcstoi'.ioe. He faik'd to
fvet the Conord pOotofTice, but cf
smile and work on just the
o I,.,., . fnl Kin ,'nnirat,
vTating him on his being able to
es,.v tVio nnill. tsheara and miste:
c..i,v..l Bufp r.fid sane idea
expressed in such good qnecn's Eng.
lish, that the wayfaring man thoupfji
a fool need not err therein. Albe-
UURAL CARRIERS TO Utr MUBb
On and after April the first, rural
carriers are to be paid $1,200 on
routes 25 miles long: on routes 'ii
innm oni ; " '.7
on routes 20 miles and, less than il
j mile., $1,080.
PASSED BY THE
Of the 1.4S8 acts passed by the gen
eral assembly of 1915 just adjourned
there were the following 215 that bae
Regulate the aale of artificially
bleached flour and prevent Its frau
Provide for the llcensins of busi
ness colleges and commercial schools.
Punish derogatory statements af
Prevent blindness in infancy.
Make the posting of four notices
sufficient notice of "posted lands."
Regulate the practice of architec
ture, create a bonrd of examiners and
regulate a registration of architects.
Amrnd Chapter 555. public laws of
Amend 3742 Revisa! of 1 '! rela
ting to disorderly conduct In public
Regulate the employment of color
ed nurses in hospitals and forbid
negroes being attended by white
Change the name of the North Car
olina School for Feeble-Minded to
Caswell Training School and provide
for the admission and discharge of
Authoribse the Commissioner of
Agriculture te make preparations
necessary to furnish lime for agricul
tural purposes at the lowwet possible
Empower the commissioner of the
several eoofittee of the state to make
roles and ordinances relating to the
nee of public roads and bridges.
Amend section T194 Revisal of 1905
ae te the tfemesUeatloa of foreign
Frevfle far tae apportionment to
ta Odd FeBewa Orphanage. Golds
bene, and eo all ether erphanages of
the elate ef thitr proportionate part
ef tae state eeaoel funds.
Amend Seetlea SVM Revisal of 1905
relative to fees ef Jailors for feeding
and earing for prison ere.
EKerapt printers, linotype operators
and miUers treat service ae jurors.
Cempel gaa and electric- light com
pontes to shew readings of meters.
Appoint members of the county
eaea ef education.
Gtve reeerdare eeneurmnt jurie
aMettea ever search and seizure cases.
Previde that Chapter t Public Laws
ef 1913 shall aot be construed In its
relation to the liability of common
eArrtere to repeal aay of the pro
visions of section 264S of the Revisal.
Require noa-lndigeat patients to
pay for their sapaert in the State
Allew the acquirement by the state
ef state forests.
Prevent the fraudulent wearing or
use of the badges, names, titles of
fleers, insignia rit no-Is or ceremonies
ef secret orders and fraternal soci
eties. Safeguard the life and property of
citizens nt railroad crossings.
Make oertified copies of giants in
the office of the secretary of state
competent as evidence.
Amend Section 3674 Revisal of 1905
as to altering or removing landmarks.
Amend Chapter SO publlo laws of
1913 ns to assurance and registrations
of land titles.
Allow eo!ii!ii!p?!ono of counties to
compensate owners of livestock for
slock condemned by authority or ad
vice of the fctnto lvnrd of health.
Protect forests of the state from
Incorporite f'e Mission Board of
the North Cnrc-IHa and Virginia
AivptmI t';r c'larto- of the Carolina
r.nd Tennessee Southern Railroad
Protect nnd regulate agricultural
Airp'id fie charter of Central Caro
lina Railroad Comrsrty.
'Autbori:-f t'10 organization of the
T.ovs' r.;-ad Patrol and appropriate
f;:nds for main-.irdng the same for
Provide for primary elections
throughout the ftnto.
Amend the public school laws of
the fta'e orrmihus bill.
Repeal portion 11, chapter 67 laws
of 1911 ns to advances to drainage
districts by tho rlate treasurer. "
Amend the law ns to the Dlue Ridge
nnd AtlnnUc Railroad Company.
Mnfce kindergarten"! a part jot the
common school system.
Amend the public health laws of
Fix weights snd measures of agrl
culturrl jn;l other Products.
Anend section Revisal of 1905
relating to the venus In actions for
Ivorce so summonses in such cases
can be re-iumaDie 10 tne county in
which e't.her the plaintiff or defend
Exempt Confederate soldiers from
Amend section 37C3 Revisal of 190S
as to public drunknrness.
Indemnify the estates of deceased
Prevent the spread of hog cholera.
Amend section 1355 (chapter 24)
Revival ss to working convicts on
Amend section 1431 Revisal of 1905
as to the condemnation of public
Amend chapter 442 Laws of 1909 aa
to the C.atnnge of cwamps and other
Make an appropriation of agricul
tural extension work la North Caro
lina in order to get the state's share
ia the Smith-Lever congressional act.
Amend Chapter 774 Public Laws of
Provide for the reclamation and
training of juvenile delinquents,
youthful violators of the law, their
custody and for the probation sys
tem. Amend sections 4495, 4499, Revisal
of 1905 as to the Board of Medical
Eiaminers and temporary licenses
and providing for procedure for Inves
tigation and prosecution of offense of
practicing medicine without license.
Amend 3139 Revisal of 1905 as to
effect of wills from and after probate.
Prevent fraudulent advertising.
. Empower the North Carolina His
torical Commission to place the names
of additional Confederate soldiers on
the roster of troops.
Authorize elections In various coun
ties on bonds to aid in the construc
tion of the Central Carolina Railroad.
Amend chapter 103. laws of 1913 as
to members of the National Guards.
Amend Chapter 50, laws of 1901 as
to highways, bridges and ferries.
Amend the law as to the rate of In
terest that road bonds shall draw.
Amend Chapter 9, section 320 Re
xisal of 1905 as to public adminis
trators. Omnibus act appointing Justices of
the peace In the counties.
Permit transportation companies to
furnish transportation to agricultural
extension aud farm demonstration
Amend the public health laws of
Relative to pensions paid to widows
of Confederate soldiers.
Amend the revisal aa to costs in
Amend the Revisal aa to the sum
monsing of tails Jurors.
Provide for the printing In the
Agricultural Experiment Station, bu
reau of vital statistics and the depart
ment of education.
Incorporate the Education Board
ef the Baptist State Convention.
Amend the law as ta eondemnation
Amend chapter 62 public laws ef
1913 as to the Confederate Woman's
Give the consent of thle state to
the Federal control of game, birds
and fish on lands snd waters that the
Federal Government ooaiea In control
of In Western Caroline for conserva
Provide for transportation of pa
tients to hospitals for tne Insane.
Establish a legislative ! reference
Amend section 1131 Revisal of 1905
with reference to mortgaged cor
porate property subject to execution
for labor and torts.
Regulate the buslaees of pawn
Authorize sheriffs and other officers
to seise all vehicles of all kinds used
in carrying, concealing . or removing
Intoxicating liquors subject to seizure.
Prohibit foreign corporations from
doing a fiduciary business la this state
and limiting the use of the word
Procure the location In this state
of the Patriots' Memorial School by
the National Society Daughters of the
American Revolution at the former
borne of John Paul Jones.
Relieve drug stores and medical
depositories from unused license tax
to sell liquors.
Require the names of growers on
packages of fruits and vegetables.
Amend the law as to the erection
and inspection of buildings.
Amend the Constitution of North
Require contractors for street and
road work to Rive bond for faithful per
formance of contract and for protection
or la for arm material owims.
Amend chanter 192 Laws of 1913 preat
Inr a lien on certain cooda for storare
and create a lien on tobacco for storace
Amend tne law an to the formation of
security m-UIn companion.
Amend the law ax to the npnolntment
of truHtees for holding property for
benevolent and fraternal orders.
Permit the killing of turkey buzzards
Provide at the State Sanltorlum for in
dlcnrt tubercular patients.
Curo delects In probates nnd reirmtra
tion deeds of conveyance where the order
of registration has bi-en omitted.
Amend the law as to the dental exam
Inera and regulate the practice of den
tltsry in this xtate.
Place the salary of the Commissioner
of Labor and Printing on an equaltly
with other state oiurprs.
Provide for the npnolntment of a trus
tee to execute a deed of assignment for
the iieneflt of creditors where the orlg-l
mil trimtee has died or resigned.
Provide expert cotton graders and
make the grading of cotton so graded by
them tho basis of all cotton transactions
in this state.
Prevent contagious or Infectious dls
eases among livestock In this state.
Amend the law as to the assessment of
property and the collection of taxes.
ri-ne revenue act.
Act to make appropriations for the
Provide for the Incorporation and aa
Dervrslon of land and loan associations.
Extend the time for the registration of
DrAanribe the duties of the state treasu
rer and providing that his bond be paid
for by the state and that he require of
banks three per cent on monthly Dai
anpea In bank.
Amend the law as to the appropriations
to the statu board or neaitn.
Amend the eoneral Insurance laws.
Amend the law relative to pharmacists.
Amend certain sections of the Vital sta
Create a training school for nurses at
the Suite Sanltorlum for tuberculosis.
Amend the law aa to the equipment
and operation of traveling libraries for
the library commission.
Prevent foot-and-mouth disease among
cattle In this state.
Purchase of lot facing Capitol Square
fmm the Woman's Club of Raleigh.
Amend the law ma to misbranding
Vumigh bog cholera serum at IB cents
per minimum dee;
Allow directors of the Women's Con
federate Home to use 15000 of accumula
ted maintenance fund In connection with
the erection of the main building.
a mAnri iha la w aa to benevolent socie
ties receiving and holding real and per-
Amend the law as to hours of labor
In factories. ... . A .
Require a second sals of real estate by
mortsr.R-;, trustees and those maklnr
ales r virtue of power contained In
Iteaulre dead bodies of animals to
Provide for the incorporation ana
maintenance of co-operutive organisa
tions. Incorporate the Advent Christian Con
ference of Kastern Carolina.
Amend chapter 72 Public Laws of
Amend chanter 413 laws or 190T as to
township constables and Justices of the
provide lor proper croea inuexee oi an
lands sold for taxes.
Amend the law us to minority stock
holders in certain corporations.
Amend Revisal Z39& and relative
te the oyster industry.
Amend the law as to dissolution er
Amend the uiw reiaiing te ine lemrai
Authorise any cny or town o issue
Amend the law as to assurance and
registration of land titles so aa to require
t iht weeks puDiicauon. in luiure. pro
ceedings and increasing the compensa
tion to newsoaDers.
Amend section 983 and 1041 Revisal sf
190G providing short form of conditional
aale and simplify registration and exe
Amend the law aa to cattle guards.
Prohibit the trial of prisoners charged
with crime in the uniform of a pri sea
or a convict or with shaven head.
Provide details for the election or uni
ted States Senators by the people.
Amend the law as to giving crsau lor
convict bUor on the Statesvlile Air
Regulate the Incorporation, mainte
nance and supervision of credit unions
and co-operative associations.
An art to protect ttsh and keep the peo
ple from destroying the little fish pro
vides for the HUte Fish Commission and
conservation of the fish industry.
Kxcuse from Jury service citizens Id
years or older.
Increase the salary of the adjutant
general from 2,000 to $3,000.
Appoint legislative committee to at
tend the centennial of the celebration of
the Buttle of New Orleans. .
Amend the law as to tne s-unis.iment
Provide for rules of contempt in cer
tain eases to be made returnable before
a judge other than the judge issuing the
Amend the resolution as to the plac
g of a staute of Governor Vance in
Statuary Mall. Washington.
Amend the law as to lumber companies
having logging roads.
mend the Revisal relating to loans
by insurance companies.
Amend the law as to the stie of pack
ages containing meal and allow pack
ages of any sixe bavins weight branded
Resolution urging Congress te dispense
with the requirement it the oath of loy
alty to Union during the Civil War ior
those holding claims againat uia.uovern-
Authorise the appointment or women
aa notaries public
Make a debt due and payable u;on the
creditor disposing of any part of the se
curity held by the creditor. Amended
to apply to oniy certain kiuiium.
Amend the law as to the registration
ef ancient deeds.
Joint resolution for tae curtailment m
the 1U cotton crop.
Resolutions of gnsettng to Virginia,
Tennessee. Arkansas. Texas, New Mea
luo, Ariaona and California on the com
pletion of the Southern National Higk-
W Kxtend the time wllkin which practi
tioners of optometry can register.
Divide the state mte iwe jwpciai
Repeal the long and short haul atones
or tne justice i '" u-t.-vo
for the long and short provision, being
Section lief Revisal of 104.
Amend the law concerning liens on
celts, calves and plga.
Kestrict tne running oi ino prvra ,
iffrts Inferior to the superior courts,
mend chapter 10 Laws of 1911
to vital statistics.
Amend the law as to the practice of
optometry In this state.
Amend the law as to petitions to hold
elections in regard to assessments.
Legalise the standards of grades of
...to hilar, art unier the act of Con
gress by the secretary or agricuiru
purchase and sales by citisens of this
state. ' '
Facilitate the procuring mi uwm w
praotJoe medicine. . '
Advance certain Confederate widows!
en the pension rou.
Recure complete returae of sales from
, ..nkmiu bv tmnosing 4i pen
alty for not reporting by the tenth ofl
each montn to tne "" y
culture, any citlsen to wjcover the peas
alty through suit. . -
Incorporate the Wilkesboro and VTes'
Jefferson and Northern Railroad Oa.
Repeal suo-seci-n ' .
Revisal of 1905 as amended by chaptef
io i ..... oi ion nd amend section 1
ehapter 166 Laws of 191S relative to dle-
Urbution. . . ,
Amend the law as w aoaiemein ui -
jCmend chapters 35 Iwf of 1913 aa te
female telephone operators.
Kstablish work dlutricts along the Car
olina coast and amend the law therefor.
Authorize bonds Dy emc". wj
and counties for the Greensboro North
ern and Atlantic Railroad Company
Increase the clerical and slenographl
cal allowance of justices of the supreme
eourt. , .,
Kxtcnd the time for the organliatlon
of the North State Central Railroad Co.
Authorize tho services of subpoenas and
summonses to Jurors over telephone.
Amend the law as to short form of
conditional mile agreement, and simplify
the execution and registration oi mm
"".Amend the charter of the Carolina
Tennessee niul South Railroad Company.
An net to appoint Aruor fay in i-unu
Carolina. . . .
Amend the charter oi tne esansuury
An act relntUig to local improvements
In municipalities. ....
Trovido for the curtailment of expen
ditures for public printing.
Protect stuilents by making it a mis
demeanor to entice a student from the
school for any purpose.
Make owners of chickens, turkeys
geese and other fowls liable for damages
in certain canes.
An act with reference to deeds exe
cuted prior to the year 1836. ,
Appoint a commission to acquire a
portion of Mount Mitchell Including the
summit and create a public park for the
people of tho state.
Joint resolution defining and enmrg-t.,-
v,a ,iia nt iha anaolal legislative
committee relative to the Carter-Aber-
Authorize the board of aHermen or
other governing body of towns and cttlee
to decide upon approval by vote of the
people bonds for purchasing sites, erect
ing buildings and the like for publlo
schools. , .
Give owners of peanut pickers a Ilea
on peanuts picked.
An act relating to oius i """s "
Amend the law regulating feee as to
solicitors. .. .
Continue for two years the approprla
atlon to establish a card Index for grants
In the office of the secretary of state.
Amend the Revisal as to the registra
tion of ancient deeds. ,
Prohibit the manufacture and sale of
malt such as Is used in spirituous 11-
,URegulate the paying of employes of
railroads Is North Carolina, requiring
payment of certain shop workers every
iuhi'm nsimmltteemen or boardo of
. mrmrm tax dlstfiOtS tO SjlOW
credit on tuition of children ef parents
or guardians residing outside the dis
trict of the amount of the special school
tax paid by such parent or guardian eo.
property ownea vj w" - ri
Amend the law as to pensions to Con-
u ..i.,. i. tr. (vent the benefits of the
act of Congress known aa. the Smith
Lever bill for co-opera tton with -states
In farm demonstration work.
Amend the charter of Children's Home
Enlarge the powers of the Department
of Insurance In respect to premiums on
fire insurance and amend the insurance
laws of the state. . .
Create a state highway commission.
Restrict the recelnt and use of Intoxi
cating liquors, limiting rece'.pts to one
quart of spirituous liquors and five gal
lons of mnlt liquors within 16 days to a