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We have bought the C. T. Loflin stock of goods and moved our Millin
ery Department from the Morris Building to this store
This department is in charge of an expert' trimmer from Bal
timore and our millinery store has proved a success.
We are offering this week special values in hemp hats,
greys, puddy, sand burnt, black, and white.
We give you quality and style for the same price you pay
for ordinary millinery.
Dry Goods and Notions
We have had big shipments of goods to come in this week
for these departments.
Our showings are in goods so much in demand for the pres
Voils, Chiffons. Crepes, Batistes, Gaberdines, Tub Silks, all
in plain figures and floral effects,
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FRANK LIN VILLE NEWS
The two sermons at the M. E.
church Sunday by Rev. J. T. Rogers
were very much enjoyed by large con
Protracted meeting: is in progress at
the Baptist church this week. Co-op
eration with all denominations is cor
All our Sunday Schools were well
attended Sunday and the beautiful
Psalm that we studied can hardly be
surpassed in all the Scriptures but
we need to learn that there is a cen
tral truth in every lesson that is just
as beautiful and helpful if we only
would Ret it out and we believe that
if those who do not attend could be
made to see it all our churches would
be filled to overflowing every Sunday.
The dedication of the new M. E.
church at this place will take place on
the first Sunday in May. The laying
of the corner stone will be Saturday
evening before and the ceremony will
be conducted by Rev. Mr. Blair, editor
of the Christian Advocate. The ded
icatory sermon will be preached by
Rev. W. R. Ware, former Presiding
Elder of Greensboro district. Every
body is cordially invited to be present.
W. C. Burow, who has been at work
for some time at Beaufort, came home
Mrs. W. C. York and daughter, Miss
Margaret, of High Point, are visiting
the family of J. H. Fentriss this week.
Prof. D. M. Weatherly, Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Jennings, Mr. Charles Hurley
and son, Daniel, attended the funeral
of Mr. Wm. Hurley at Biscoe Sunday.
Victor Council No. 228 Jr. O. U. A.
M. presented and placed a new U. S.
flag, 6 by 10 feet, on the graded school
building here last Thursday evening.
Miss Leanna Hojson, who has just
completed a business course at South
boro, has accepted a position with the
Franklinville and Randolph Manufac
turing companies as stenographer.
Mr. Peter Luther made a business
trip to Asheboro one day last week.
Mr. R. D. Patterson has a contract
for carpenter work at Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Luther attended
the celebration of the 90th birthday of
Mr. Luther's father, Mr. Sidney Luth
er, at Pisgah last Sunday.
Miss Maggie Moore, of Carthage,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Eliza Stewart at J. H. Fentriss', was
called home on account of the death
of her brother, Mr. John Moore, at
Mr. J. H. Marley, of Siler City, has
accepted a position aa manager of the
Franklinville Manufacturing Company
store and took charge Monday. Mr.
Marley cornea well recommended and
it is expected that the patrons of the
store will be well pleased.
The school term that has just closed
at the graded school here shows quite
an improvement over preceding terms
in many respects. There were on roll
214 students with an average attend
ance of 151 for the whole term. This
is a good average considering that this
is a mill town and a large per cent of
the school subjects are in the mills.
The commencement, which took place
Friday night and Saturday, was at
tended by large crowds and the pro
grams were carried out without a sin
gle balk, which speaks well for Prof.
Weatherly and his assistants and with
much honor to the students and we
hereby submit the two programs
which were rendered by the students
to the satisfaction of everyone pres
ent: Friday Evening. April 16.
Song Grandma Grubb, children.
Dec. Mama's Story, Master Bern
Dec. I Cannot Understand, Master
Chorus Kittie Gray, Small chil
dren. Rec Her School Days, Lillie All
red. Dec. Papa's and Mama's Boy, Cle
Rec. What A Friend We Have in
Jesus, I.ozzie Parks.
Song 10 Little Indians, By small
Dec. John's History Lesson, Mas
ter Joe Fox.
Rec. Specially Jim, Lucy Buie.
Dec. Girls Don't Have no Fun,
Playmates Kitty Lee Jones and
Dec. Patter of the Shingles, Mas
ter Stuart Free. .
Dec. Our New Sister, Master Ed
Dec. An Appeal for Temperance,
Rose Drill 16 Little Girls.
Dec. Essay on Girls, Master Hugh
Rec. When Hulda Expects her
Beau, May Hudson.
Dec. When the Clock Strikes 21,
Dec. I Had Rather be a Boy, Mas
ter Geo. Presnell.
Chorus Grasshopper Gray, by chil
Play Crowning the May Queen
Dec. Jim Wolf and Tom Cat.lrving
Dec. Farewell, Fred PatW-rson.
Pantomine, Abide WItn Me, by
April 17, 1915.
10:30 a. m. Anthann, "Wake thfc
Invocation, Rev. Rogers.
Rec. The New HA;. , Miss Jessie
Dec. The Shool Bov s Apple, Jol n
Dec. Men That Never Die, J. Rus
Rec. His Mother's Songs, Miss
Dec. The Nickel Behind the Bar,
J. R. Patterson.
Rec. The Last Court, Miss Nora
Dec. A Sermon on Memory, A.
Chorus Tra La, Class.
Dec. The American Flag, Charles
Rec. The Moneyless Man, Miss
Dec. Men and Memories of the
South, Walter Jones.
Dec. An Eagle's Flight, Clarence
Chorus Sleigh Bells, by school.
Dec. Guilty or Not Guilty, Miss
01 lie Fentress.
Dec. The Battle of Santiago, Er
Dec. When to Strike, Munsey Ar
cher. Song Mr. Rooster, Class.
Rec. Spring House-cleaning, Miss
Dec. A True Man, W. I. Burrow.
Rec. The Swan's Song, Miss Ruth
Dec. Ideal National Life, L. W.
1 :.'!0 p. m. Boat Song, Class.
Rec. An Unaccountable Mystery,
G. H. Sumner.
Rec. We Would all Like to Step
There, Minnie Craven.
Dec. Old Jack in the Well, Julian
Dec. Education in the South, C. T.
Dec. Opportunity of the Scholar,
H. B. Marley.
Rec. Kentucky Philosophy, Miss
Dec. The Last Charge of Marshal
Ney, Walter Denson.
Song Merry Are We, Class.
Dec. Americanism, H. C. Wrenn.
Rec. Sally Ann's Experience, Miss
Song Spring, Class.
Dec. Abraham. Lincoln, L. D. Lu
ther. Rec. How Tim's Prayer Was Ans
wered, Miss Thelma Eteele.
Rec. Mary, Queen of Scots, Miss
Dec. Behind Time, W. I. Jonas.
Rec. Kentucky Belle, Miss Blanche
Chorus O'er the Ocean', Class.
7:30 p. m. "The Old Oaken Buck
et" A Rural Play in Four Acts.
Presentation of the J. L. Phillips
Medal for the best year's work to L.
ITEMS FROM SAWYERSVILLE
With the opening of spring weath
er, the health of the community is
' Corn planting is well advanced on
uplands, some reporting that they are
The good roads spirit has struck
this neighborhood practically.
The many friends of W. A. Kearns
who has been seriously ill for some
time, will be glad to know that he
seems to be on the way to recovery.
Considering the hard winter just
passed, wheat is looking fairly well,
but oats are badly frozen out in place
Mrs. G. W. Hoover and little daugh
ter, Lillian, are visiting Mrs. Hoover's
father and mother near Caraway for
a few days.
Henry, a converted Hindu, will
preach at Sawyersville Holiness
church, next Sunday, at 11 o'clock in
the morning and again at 2 in the aft
ernoon. Everybody invited to hear
The singing of the whippoorwill is
again heard in the land, but without
the mingling of the chimes of the old
time cow bell of sixty years ago, so
well remembered by some of "us
GRAYS CHAPEL ITEMS
G. W. Pugh had the misfortune to
lose his faithful old horse, John, last
Dolph Giles, the photographer, was
in the community recently and took
pictures of the church and Sunday
schools assembled in front.
A few of our people took in the clos
ing exercises of Franklinville graded
school last Saturday.
Marvin Andrews has bought the
timber on the Allred mine tract.
There are about four hundred acres
in the tract.
Don't forget the big dates April
23 and 24 our commencement
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watkins and
Master Allen spent Sunday with tr?ir
Mr. S. E. Brady, who has been with
the C. & N. W. for somo .f Pcora,
Illinois, is spending ac-iii; tim. in Ram
scur and community with relatives.'
Mr. and Mrs. Vestal, Staley spent
Saturday and Sunday v ith Mn. H. B.
A number of our folk attended the
commencement at Fra"Minville, Sat
urday. Ramseur was very much grieved to
learn of the death of one of her old
residents, Mr. W. T. -Hurley, which
occurred April 16 at Biscoe where he
has lived for some time. Quite a
number of friends and relatives at
tended the funeral Sunday.
The "Clean-up-Week" resulted in
making Ramseur a much more at
tractive place. The boys did much to
help out in the work and were award
ed the prizes Saturday afternoon.
Master Brady won the first prize. It
yet remains to be seen who will win
the yard and fly prizes.
Come to Ramseur this year and take
in the commencement and we'll show
you a nice little town and you'll meet
lots of good folks.
Miss Mary Wilson, a member of
the graduating class of the State Nor
mal College, after spending a few
days with her parents here, returned
Rev. Goe. J. Walker now occupies
the Hammond House.
Mrs. R. C. Hassell spent the week
end with relatives in Lexington.
Mrs. B. J. Whitehead, of Randleman
Route 1, after undergoing an opera
tion at the High Point Hospital, is
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. J. L. Welborn.
Miss Sarah Richardson attended
the county commencement at Greens
Mr. S. P. White, of Greensboro, is
spending some time here with his son
J. F. White.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blair and daugh
ter, Eleanor, spent Sunday with rel
atives and friends in the Deep River
The young people of Springfield
will give a box party on Friday night
April 23. Everybody invited.
Mr. J. E. Tomlinson, of Greensboro,
spent the week-end with his father,
Dr. J. W. Tomlinson.
Miss Ruth Freeman is delighted
with her Ford car.
ITEMS FROM GRANT
Misses Myrtle and Hazel Pugh vis
ited in Franklinville a part of last
Mr. Fletcher, of Route 1, who has
been in Newnan, Ga., in a telegraphy
school, has returned home on account
Sunday school at Brow erg Chapel
every Sunday at 2 p. m.
Carl Cox and sister, Miss Elva,
spent Saturday night at Thomas Hin-
shaw's, near Holly Springs.
Misses Anna and Etta Vestal, Ethel
and Bertha Brown, visited at Mr.
Isaac Brown's last Sunday.
Sunday school at Bethel every Sun
day at 10 a. m.
A large crowd of young people
gathered on Lick Mountain last Sun
day and took pictures on the beauti
ful rocks at the mountain Up.
PROSPECT NEWS ,
The wheat of this section is looking
Mr. Will Reddick, who has been ill
for some time, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Reddick have
returned after spending Easter with
their son, Mr. John Reddick, of South
Misses Lula and Mattie Mendcnhall,
of High Point, spent Sunday with their
mother, Mrs. J. F. Metdcnhall.
Misses Ethel and Lula Reddick
spent the week end in ThmasviHe
visiting their aunt, Mrs. T. C. Robin
son. Rev. Tabor filled his regular ap
pointment at Prospect Sunday!"
Mr. Dave Long, of Thomas ville, vis
ited Mr. J. P. Reddick last week.
Mrs. Minnie Hester and children at
tended the exhibition at Oak Grove.
There are several cases of mumps in
Mr. Lcavitte Reddick spent the day
near Trinity Sunday visiting friends
Misses Ethel and Lula Reddick at
tended the Trinity comm-nccmnt.
Miss Fanny Black attended the
The Sunday School is progresing
nicely under the management of Mr.
M. G. Maner.
Sunday School at ten o'clock. Ev
FLINT HILL ITEMS
The farmers in this section are
very busy planting their crops. They
are glad to see such beautiful weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Nelson have
recently moved to their new home.
Mrs. E. N. Farlow, of High Point,
is visiting at her father's, Mr. D. M.
Walker this week.
Several of the 'people of this com
munity attended the exhibition at
Spero last week and report a nice
Miss Gertrude Farlow has returned"
home from Oak Hill where she ttught
school the past winter.
The Flint Hill Christen Endeavor
Society is progressing nicely.
Miss Troy Ridge is appointed to
conduct the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Farlow visitef
Mr. J. M. Ctfnoy last Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Osborne, of Edgar, and
Mrs. J. B. Smith, visited their motht,
Mrs. Miriam Walker last week.
Mr. J. O. Kennedy has gone into
the chicken business. We wish him
Mrs. David Farlow visited Mrs.
Sarah Sluder Sunday afternoon.
The people of this community are
glad to see the new roller mill started
Miss Lena Walker spent one night
last wmIc with her sister, Mrs. Grover
We were very glad to see so many
at Sunday school last Sunday, and
were pleased to see so much interest
taken in the school. Next Sunday i
preaching day, and we hope to see a
large crowd out
MARLBORO SCHOOL CLOSING
Marlboro school will close Saturday,
May 1st, with an exhibition. Rev. L.
W. McFarland, of High Point, witt
deliver the address. Music by Cara
way string band.
A play "Driven From Home," will
be given at night The public is cor
dially invited to attend.