MM ?E OUB
LOUISBCBS, !?. , ? .
HAOWOOD'S GET FIVE
Jl'DOE OOMXOB JfAKHG (jOOl)
Ifuite ? Number, of Cane* Ulftposed of'
~ ? Judges Chance Short But to The
Potnt? Laiite Number Attending ? ]
With possibly the largest number
of spectator# present of many terms
Franklin Superior Court which con
vfiiofl Monday afternoon, with His >
H.,nr.r ii.rtge George W. Connor pre
siding and Solicitor H. ET Noiilo
present repreBfirtnig -Btato-j
is progressing nicely and with a con* |
siderable degree of sped. In his
charge to the Grand Jury Judge Con
did not take upthe- ilme ut the
Court to deliver a long and set speech
but told (he jurors of their duty In a
manner that left no doubts. Judge |
Connor 1?- coU?ucliiig Ills court: with
speed, efficiency and pleasantness I
and is fivorfcW impressing himself
upon our. people- T^e Grand Jury
' selected w&? composed of the follow
ing 'gentlemen: Alton Wilder, Fore- j
man. R/T. Harris. J. H. Bottom,
Willie Journegan, R'. M. Prultt, J. 1
W. Dement, J. J- Creekmore.- A. \V
Perry.S . R. Boone, J. W. Neal. wal
ter Green. J. W. Murray. ,_G. H. Pur
gurson, H. B. Gilliam, R. G. Per
son. S. M. Hayes. J. A. Alford. J.'
R. Jones. P. J- King was sworn in
as officer to the Grand Jury.
The Criminal Docket was taken ur,
!i;:ite vs John MlfcEel, 1 and r. con^
.,-1 Iindpr former- brdar
to vs J. M. Worthington. J. M.
t' . O. J. Coppedge, scl fa, called
? t yixnii to il :&0 j>r- UX- Tlli
::rst:..y to answer sci fa.
Stai vs E. L. Egerton. a (1 w. ca
? ? r.r.-! continued. ? -
-?- -. ailiiiitt Vli ?"'""? Hnn:iris, ilH';Ul!i
* Mie. inn proa- with leave.
.-ill ;?? vk Rhoden Andrews, mur
(ii-r. nol pros with leave.
StJt." vs n. ? !i. syut'y. a il ? . tuiL
- I nrrlor.
st.ito vs Eugene Kearney. i ana r.
,i i 1,1-ua j.vich leave,
A .Statu vs E. P. Du'.hl, a d w. con
Tinned li ndev fcrmer order.
anrte .luiuiniu Uwanl ? ailM. t
> v.'. ual pros with leave.
State vs' A.'G. Grey, 1 and r. call
, . I iii.t f:i i ! eri . ui si self a called and
I'ailrd . ?
Slate vs Joe Evans 1 and r, con
tinued on -account illness of defend
State vs Willie WigRins, resisting
officer, pleads guilty, tinea $1.00 ami
State vs E. l->- Egerton, c c w. ca
pias and continued.
State vs Butler Evans, assault,
pleads guilty, fined $25.00 and costs.
State vs E. H. Evans, a d w, de
fendant waives bond and pleads guilty
fined $50. 00' and costs.
State vs Haywood Thomas, driving
automobile while intoxicated, waives
bill and pleads guilty, fined $25.00 and
State vs William- Brooks and R. L.
Peoples sci fa, called and failed, giv
en until 2:30 p. m. Thursday 20th, to
Jen mette Cooke vs Lee Cooke, ? dl
Sti.te vs Hugh Coppedgs, c c w. a d
w, in former prayer for j>idgi>V?nt< con
tinued till Thursday. In hitter judg
ment suspended upon payment of
State vs Stewart Johnson, c c w, ca
pius and continued. ?
State vs Wlll!:im Brooks and R. L.
Peoples, sol fa. answer filed and rule
State vs Eugene Kearney. I and r
nol pros with leave.
State vs S. J. Perry, a d w, two
cases, trial guilty in both fined $150
and costs la first, judgment suspend
ed on payment of costs in second.
State vs- Luther Perry, a d w, trial
gulliy, fined $100 and costs.
State vs J. C. Hagwood, R. S.
Ha<wood and H. C. Hagwood. H\ B.
and I<. all defendants plead guilty to
five Indictments, five years In Jail
each. Commissioners to hire to ad
joining county, and to pay costs. The
Sheriff was ordered to return all pro
perty that was recovered to Its own
ers. ? .
State vs Jonah Alford, murder, Con
tinued under former bond.
State vs Furney Alley, abandonment
defendant enters plea of nolo conten
dere, Judgment suspended upon pay
ment of costs .
State vs Henry Allen, c c w, a d w.
pleads guilty. Judgment 90 days In
jail Commissioners to hire out to Jeff
Allen, and to pay costs.
' State vs B. N. Wheeler, removing
State vs Johnson Haker, seduction,
nol pros with leane.
State vs Elmore Person, c c w, call
cd and failed nl si scifa.
Slate vs Silas Fowler, assault, de.
fendant enters plea of nolo conten
dere. Judgment suspended upon pay
ment one half costs.
State vs Matthew Splvey, c <? w. pie J
ads guilty, Judgment suspended upon'^
payment of costs.
Htnte vs Sum TTfirEady, assault, pi
pads guilty, fined $5.00 and cpsts.
State vs tloorge Davis, a d w, pleads
guilty, fined $10 and costs. p
State vs Ous Wiggins, assault, call
ed and faUlxf. nt si sclfa, capias and
State vs Brown Smith, a d w, with
intent to kill, highway robbery, c c v
trial, guilty of all three charges, t?i
years in the penitentiary In each of
the flrBt two cases. suspended sen
tence 4er-&-c-j?u _
? State- VB Martha Teasley^ assault-,
State vs E. G. Foster, a <1 not
. At the time our forms closed Court
was gllll Hi inuKigas wTCh tlie
bility of lasting through next week
[The Grand Jury was still in session
? ? ? ? ?
? HOKE MHOKSTBATIOH *
? DEFABTKXHT. ?
The home furnishing course has
beeft sttirtefl in aeverai communities
til llie county ???>< --^11^1 iiml Hv<ny
rrmma hnvg b???n studied at Sandy
Creek. At the last meeting all mem
bers were (isked to give a description
of the bed room they wished -&wn
Pome of the papers ;unl talks
splendid . Those describing old rooms
and old furakure Which could -? and
were being refurn^hed. and reflnlah
ed were of special interest. A des
cription given by one of the women
present would do credit to the Deco
ration Editor of House Beautiful. The
faet that eac"h description called for
I the most inexpensive miterials shows
us that attractive roums can be had
at a small expeniiitu re. -It is the
taste used in the selection and not
the amount spent that makes op mars
a room. The little school girls all
wrote good papers without any help.
Those of Lena House, Elsie Wool
dridge. Eula Gupton^ Julia Brewer
Alberta Aycock, Curtis Gupton. Rubv
AycoCk, A4ta West and Lola Leonard
Lwere very good for the short courst
~nVev have halt: Tin ee uf UAese-witttA
are typical oT att~rxrc gtverrlreTow
''The Way I Want My ltoom Furnish*
ed,M by Ruby Aycock.
L My__room Is on the east side of tTie
TTouse whrch^mft?e#-4t -verv ^fc??rr~get_
'ting so littje sunlight. It has one
? small- windows It is a low room, so
Xwant a light wall paper with a de
? l'liHMIng up dint-down . ? i think
a grey with a blue stripe will be pret
ty. This will make the foum look
r.,n?v n.wi lifhtf T want the roil.
Antr crc;ii?i n^irl the wood work a dark
' lllllll ? . - ? -
1 want a blue rug and cream cur
tallTTT QYer_tiie -window with plain blUL
draperies at the window. My
window is so low i cannot use a val
a-ju-e p.i t lie top s6 v/'lWTlUVU lliu plat*
draperies at the side ever the wood
work but not over the glass. I want
luiuiuie: ? + "ini r.ii.int -iny nli1
rurniture ^?rey^ without miuih cost. T
want some plain blue pillows and a
bright orange pillow for m?y chairs.
4H<nv l Wa.it Jly ltuum Decorated and
yMniir -hftd " hy 1 ..i? | pnnnril
My room is on the west side of the
house, it has two windows. It has
plenty of sunshine.
I wlslu^nyc floor stained very dark
and the wood work painted old ivory.
The walls in a light* tan with a cream
ceiling will make a pretty back gro
und for my pictures and furniture
but I will use only a few pictures in
small frames. I wish to have cream
window curtains, with side curtains
;and valance of blue and rose bowered
cretonne. I think I can get a pretty
design for less than fifteen cents a
yard. My furniture is old but I can
.clean it up and reflnlsh. it.
i "How I Want Bed Koorn." by
My rocm is on the west side of the
house. It has one window. The
, ceiling is rather' low .
I want oak ^oors. My floors are
old pine but I can m;<ke them Took
like o.ik by staining them oak and
then going over them with two or
three coats of orange shellac. They
1 will be hard so they will not splinter
and they will not have to be scoured
either. I want ivory woodwork, cr
jeam walls and light cream ceiling,
j I haven't a closet so I am gping to
make ofie. I will first put up a wide
p>ink on two brackets, then a smaller
I plank on two brackets about a foot
j from the floor. * I will keep my shoes
on the bottotfi plank. I want the
draperies tof the closet of blue check
ed gingham. I will tack this to the.
"top plank, beginning in the middle of
the front and tacking to the sidee.
This will leave the draperies open at
the front to form a door. I want wh
ite curtains with side draperies like
the closet curtains. I can't have dra
perles across the top of my window
for* I want to let In all the air and
sunshine 1 can .
I have an old bureau, one old rock
er. one plain chair and a table. They
are all scratched up very badly. I
want to get some paint and enamel
and paint them Ivory, with a little
blue design painted on them. I want
two pillows of the gingham for my
j chairs and a white bed spread with a
border of the gingham. I want home
| made* rag rugs. in blue with a little
?yellow In ;the borders.
| I would like to have a heater In
] stead of a fireplace . I will k??ep my
j books and a growing flower on the
shelf and a blue bowl of yellow flow
ers on my table.
The child who wrote I he above was
[one of the winners in the bread con
test last winter. She was one of the
k three youngest In I ho county and one
of the youngest in the state to enter
the' Bread Campaign. She Is now
wearing as her best hat one that she
mad? In the (Hub this fall. In fart
she Is one of the brightest little tots
we <have ever worked with. She Is
now trying to get things together for
the room described above. We shall
certainly help her In every way to
carry out her attractive little plan-.
The Moulton-Hayes people are wor
To Be Held at Court Houae in
_ Louisburg. All Landown
? org Invited.
We llave been requested to
st-Htf that Hi ere will !)<? a Maafl
Meeting of all landowners in
Franklin County held in the"
Court House on Saturday, Jan
uary jUth; ill'M, at id'oioUahi
the Revaluation Act and mak
ifttr recommendations to the
legislature eoneerning the pre
sent land values. Let all land
owners be present.
iking on school lunches. A talk was
"made ami a ^nirober or suggestive"
I lunches were shown there on last
Friday. This was followed by fli.
round table discussion. At the next
meeting a demonstration of sandwich
es suitable for school lunches will be
i Tomatoes, beans and peas are the
old standby s for the winter menus.
From time to time we will give re^'
Halted Pens and Cheese: ~
1 tablespoonful butter, 1 tablespoon
ful finely chopped onion. 1 tablespoon.
fill finely chopped sweet green pep
-per" (this may 1>e oi&Uted) .
cooked peas, 1-2 cup gratetfc^-cAieese.
i Press the peas through a sieve to~~re
move the skins. They niay be mask
ed instead of pnooohiK /through tht
xietfe. Mix with the jtheese. Coot
the onion and petfper in the butter,
hoinu careful r.ot to brown, and : ? '1:1
in^o a roll, pia^-oa ? &,
fluttered dish and cook in a modem'
oven until brow?r banting occasion;., -
*y with butter and water.
. P?a Loaf: ? . ,?
" 1 ? uipa uuuked peas. 2 tablwspuuu
fujs fat, 1 egg *li#htly beaten, 1 cup
?bread crumbs. 1-2 teaspoon ful salt. 1
An ?*ly niinpoH r.ww>n 1.1
"teaspoon ful pepper.
(.ornbfne tinmigrodients~aml ohapo
t4?e mixture into a loaf. Bake for 25
Tomato Sauce: v
1 cup stralrfed tomatoes. 2 . table
spoonfuls fat, 1 slice onion, 1 table
spoonful cornstarch. 1-2 bay leaf
(may be omitted) 1-4 teaspoonful salt
dash of cayenne. Cook the tomatoes
with the onion and bay leaf until ten
der and run through a sieve. Melt
butter, add flour, and rub the the mix
ture to a smooth paste. Add "the
strained tomatoes and seasoning.
Stir the mixture constantly^ and cook
until it thickens.
i . Creole Sauc^:
1 pt. tomato sauce (about the con
sistency of ketchup) 1-2 tablespoon
-j-ful minced? pars ley ? 2 mbles-pornvful-s
chopped onion, 1 tablespoonful sugar
2 tablespoon fuis butter. 4 tablespoon
fuls minced ?m or bacon. 1-2 cup
sw.ret ?*ed pepper, 1 tablespoonful eel
ery seed, crushed. Season with salt
Make the tomato sauce by 'first crrnk
ing the tomatoes and p'utting them
through a sieve. Cook the^pulp un
til about the consistency 'of ketchup.
Chop the onion and fry in the buttei
until yellow, add the pepper, tomato
! sauce, ham and seasoning, and sim
]mer for haU an hour. Serve hot.
FIKK AT MK. V. S. ALLEN'S RKS.
The fire Wednesday morning was at
the residence of Mr. P. S. Allen, cor
ner of Main aqd Middle streets. On
ly slight damage was done ? the Are
having caught -around a chimney ana
was extinguished before it got a
start. The Reel Company of the fire
department answered promptly and
the fire was extinguished before the
fire truck arrived.
Messrw E . F. Dement and W." K
I An the result of an automobile ac
cident. 09 Sunday night Mr. K. F.
j Dementi haw two broken ribs and a
J broken Collar bone on the left aide
and Mr. W. B. Harris received an
Jugly cut on his left leg besides other
j minor Injuries. The accident hap
pened at the Perry Mill bridge and
vwas < austMl by a tire coming off one
I of the front wheels causing the car
I to turn sharply and -run off the, high
I embankment . The' car was badly de
Imolished. 'The injured parties werr
brought to I,ou1nburK that nlgliL wli
Jere medical aid was rendered and are
j getting along nicely.
( \KI> OK TIIANKS
I wish to extend i?y moat grateful
thank* to all those who rendered me
aastatunre during my recent tire.
C. F. Nowell .
THtt FRANKLIN TIMKS
$i.5U I'er Year in Advance.
iSBniM) D8m TO AMESD ~TAX]
LAW BEGINS I!* THf HOt SE j
Tic-Simln BUI A'-kii <???ty Bftir \1
tloii All Keal Estate Listed.
i ?y' J
1 Am -Revaluation! sta staged their j
second attempt to amend the new tax
faaw TtT'Lfie legislature Tuesday with '
jiht: infmilnrilnn hi Ihi Ha? hy Wm.
paentatlve Peyton McSwmln. of Cle 1
Ireland county. asking for the crtea
Ion o t a county board of land apprai
sers. to revise. Investigate and pass
the valuation of all real estate '
llgtyd (r^r tmnnnn.
itlgfct To IVlltio.
"fbe McSwatn bill would emuower
le IXTSOq frnm ,,
Its the board of county commission
*" will constitute the board of ap
Isers, and ihKt any owner of real
lie _ may file with the appraisers a
itenient that his property is on the
I books assessed for taxation In ex
ib of its true value "Bhall have the
Ight to petition said board to have
ime re-assessed and its value for
ixation lowered. -
Dissatisfied with the action of the
Ate Hudget Commissi on~~vHilch fail
to recommend an appropriation foi
? North Carolina Orthopaedy- Hoi
il for crippled children at Gaston
. the Gaston county representatives
introduced a bill in both Houses ask
lac for an appropriation of $100,000
for completion of the institution and
-annual _mal nte nance . The
wag introduced in the House bv
Iji commenting upon the bill Mr
' Woltz declared that he. had been as
the General Assembly that they
'"^??"'suffport the measure.
i AJii'innstfnuuvu Evurtfu. ?
moii ! OOUHty. introduced a joint res
rcilution providing for the celebration
W 1 1 1 1 1 iiU>> hi r.ttnnral Rnhnrt F 1.
V- lh* ] .11 for a county board
irrrts ejjp, said fenresentatiVc/ M'
bi, ii^j "aoes not mean that vre do not
biau Jm Jfr .iaoififttice of the Revalua
V P* but '?re y to bay*
the valuation revisTR^P'flWrert Itie
qualities wherever thev mav appear.*
: ?Tin; i.rnjjf thr hill mllnii -
i The MrSwain Bill
"S',n.TI7jn 1~ mat chapter one. 4*011
nine hundred aud twenty, be and the
same is hereby amended by striking
out section nine of said act and in
serting in lieu thereof a new section
I "That the county commissioners in
each county shall appoint one person
hi each township who with the board
? of county commissioners shall con
1 stitute a board of land appraisers to
revise, investigate and pass upon the
:v?Lluation of all real estate listed fcr
taxation. That duriug the months
| of AjhuI, May and June of any year
any person, firm or corporation who
! owns real estate subject to taxation,
and who files with the board of land
?u4>prai**r& a -rreroFn statement ttwrt
said property, is "upon the tux books
assessed for taxation at an amount in
excess of its true value In rnonev
shall have the right to petition said
' board to have same re-assessed and
fits value for taxation lowered. T"
"That after tne board of appraisers
haVe passed upon surh applications
I as may be tiled they shall post at the
; courthouse door or at some public
place in the township in which said
property, giving the nan?e of owner,
description of the property and th?
j original and revised valuation in each
I case, as soon as possible after having
| passed upon all of said applications
j they Bhall also report their findings
to the State Tax Commission, furnish
| ing them with the total valuation ot
all reaj estate in their county and ttie
average value- per acre. That said
board of land appraisers of any co
unty during the mrwith of April. May
and June of any year shall also have
j the right to raise the value upn>u any
real estate which tfkey shall believe
to be upon the tax books at a value
lean than its true value in money, but
before raising the value of any prop
erty for taxation they shall Rive the
owner thereof ten days notice of their
intended action and grant him a hear
ing before said board. That all sal
arieq and necessary expenses incirrr
ed by said board of appraisers inves
tig&ting and revising the valuati<mftof
real estate for taxation shall be paid
by the respective counties. "
Carpenter To appropriate $100.
000 for the completion and furnishing
of the Orthopedic Hospital in Gaston
county . ,
Varser Ratify a bpnd issuf of St .
Varser? Amend the law so that reg
ister of d)>tMls ot' Kobeson county
shall not be required to furnish e*r
tain certificates without cost.
Varser to repeal the special act
ui Um aptK-ial session of the legisla
lure In 1920, requiring the construc
tion of certain roads and bridges in j
Varser To authorise a school bond
issue for Lumberton.
Robinson -To oigajiize a highway
commission Tor Ashe county.
Wlnborne To provide for tbe re*
tirement of judges and for the ap
pointment of emergency j utiles .
? McSmttn of Cleveland ? Authorise !
tha i?*cr?tary of State to furnish ihe |
ikmaU ? AwwaMy -ttbnry coiftH i
the consolidated statutes .
Wolt of GastorT=An appropriation
Jor tha. predion and -n^' -"f"
the -North Carolina Orthopaedic Hos
Bradley of Clay ? To amend the ga
; me law In Clay County.
| RmMlnjr of (..lay Repwrt toqO WW
[relating to game in Clay County .
Quk'ket ?5T _ mncom ? Change the.
time of meeting of the Board of Ag- i
| Bowie of Ashe ? Amend the road law 1
^providing for U4al uf all Laaes of Su
perior Lour i ana to rix time of hold- J
ing couFt ? the ? nineteenth judicial^
? Koin ftf Mmm. iftiPttnitiPi ihtr^nv^
aolidftted statute ? providing for six
months' service by grand juries In
Richmond and Moore Counties. ~
McSwaln of Cleveland ? Provide fot
I revision of land values of real estate
| Barnhlll of Naetr? Safiesd law crea
I ting road districts in Nash County.
Connor of Wilson ? Regulating the
' practice of veterinary in North Caro
Bellamy of New Hanover ? Amend
Flaw lel&lHlg lu Uie ? maintenance of
tree library for the city of Wilming
ton. * . .aorf
In honor of his Seventy -second bir -
thdayJVlr. Hugh D. Egvrton one of
Franklin County's most progressive .
^klzenn entertsinrri ? a ? rrnmt>e? oT~
friends besides hi* family ull dinner
on last Sunday. The menu had been
arranged for the occasion and con
tained a most bountiful repast whi.-h
-was -mere 'than -^ujo>ett~by~air.~
Mr. Egerton. although parsed his
three score years is still very much
interested in the improvement of his
? ??mil?. luiiiK >1 LUaiiiyi.m Mr educa
lion and good roads, ife served ma
nv j*-ars as a member, of the County
Hoard of K.hnatinn ?
_ lit'sidey hip _ children ami BBttlfc
ggffiBSS >*tk>iLa pjuamu fr~?rr '
Ugerton, Capt. P. U. Alston. J. J
Allen, J. 'Barrows F. S. ikittard.
\ hIMi.l H \fl l\
. * **' 1
On Wednesday evening. Jan. 5. l?2t
Mr. W. K. King ami Mrs. F:innir
-< nnt'im-wrr* tiapprt?- ~::?.?ri';??.I HIT'"
wedding fi>uk place at the home o:
f the brute in Cedar Rock township.
4)nTv~ tr~Tgns? .y ^
and relatives were prtsenc.
SfTT " King Is a Weil kuowu resident
ct' I'asUilia. N . 0. Mrs. 'Chaplin has
a host ot' friends in Cedar Rock sec
Their many friends extend eongrat
ulatious to the bride ami groom. . Mt
and Mrs. King will reside at CastaJia.
N. C. Rev. J. Louis Price, the pas
tor of the bride officiated.
HONOR ROLL. '
' Th* following ^ -ou honor roll for.
Cedar Rink school for the Third
3rd Grade Keatrue Smith. Aii'Vc-'
Marshall ?>*.ui?- ^ hampton. Vara Boo
ne, Derward Gurrttftr. Vivi.sj Cw>k.
4 th It rude- Oiiu??u lieu*
rice Jeukiits. Oara Wester. Ohiujs
Lewis. George A. ISardr.er. i?;irt May
Hruee Stwrdrrant.-' Wtttrr Hritturar.
h'ugene Sykes .
5th Grade ? Rix ifcvne. Uernicv
Roone. Louise Boone, fcllua'oeth GUus
gow, Gladys Parrish. Williurd I'arrisb
S. ( uaiss one Skat i> hoi sr.
1 Washington. Jan. 19. ? The House
of Representatives voted today again
st increasing its membership, which
is now 435.
The vote to keep the membership at
435 was 198 tor to 77 against
j North Carolina will gain one seat
t>y the vote today. Louisiana and
Mississippi will each lose one.
| An amendment by Representative
; Jones. Democrat. Texas, to feduc?
the membership to 307 was voted do
t'LIKTON HOLMES DEAI?.
' Clifton, the little three year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Holmes die<t
at their home about two miles north
of town on Sunday nijcht from menin
gitis. Clifton was h bright little boy
and his death leaves sadness in the|
home. The funeral was held from
l he residence %on Tuesday afternoon '
2 o'clock and was conducted by
O. F. Smith, pastor of I?uis 1
bui k Methodist church, after which
the remains iwr?' tenderly laid to rest !
in Oaklawn cemetery. Quite a lane*
it umber of pvopU* atteftdetl both the !
funeral services and the interment, j
The floral tribute was especially pret
ty and spok*? ;? beautiful tnessajee of j
The bereaved parenUj.fcave the iqrun- J
pathy of th* entire ^inumuuitv
' BH- H04.JV.
TlU kill, ^ <>f th ?? %>Uo?nng big
hog**' htt$ Ih*1i r rt?Mi to us
J .' I... Collier of Unlsbunc. kUl^l ,
one weighing 375.
J. W. Merrill, of Sandy ( wk town j
ship, killed thrw weighing 433. 460. I
ro issue $&o,ooo ^
rktomkeSd rrpfal ok WEL.
A*ks KepresentatiTes In
smt>\j to Confer With F Inane* Chi
m ft tee Plhlrrr - 1 1 1 1 * H ? riw ?
ty Officers? -Take* iBTfitory. _ ,
~The Board of County Comxni?4ten~
ers met at Uut County Hbme oo last
Friday with all members present ex
?Pf Mit ftiiainnnn - ??? n ^ni't
ed as follows : 1 _smn-?
A ^notion of Hudson and secoa&Kl
by Timberlake, prevailed to issue
Mip bumti^. jg^-* ??
? Upo? owtton of Hudson Dr.J. E.
Malone was retained as Health Offi
cer until the first Monday in Febru
A resolution by Hudson seconded.
br- Wilder was unanimously carried
and was aa follows : "Whereas in.
our opinion the offices of the Judge
of the Juvenile Court and Superinten
dent of Public Welfare of Franklin
County have failed to justify the ex
penditures imposed upon the tax pay -
ers of Franklin County in tlifl Way of
salaries, expenses, etc., and whereas .
in our opinion it will be to the best
interest and advantage of the taxpay
ers of Franklin County that said of
fices be abolished. Now, Therefore,
be it resolved; by the Board of Com
missioners of Eranklin County, that
the Senator and Representative of
said county be requested? to. Introduce ?
at the present session of the General
Assembly a bill to abolish the offices
w the Judge of the Juvenile Court and
the Superintendent of Public Welfare
4-h? nttitl mum i and tiVa^lliey be-fttr
Tiier requested to endeavor to secure
Hie passage of said bill as early su?.
possible . "
A rfiilnnr" ""?'?-??'n
by Timberlake prevails# unanimously
as follows; "Whereas it, has been re
ported to us that it is contemplated
iM:h a !\lll be mtroiiuceil in the pres- ?
iinintnng^the salaries of the various
officers of Fraiiiiim ?County-^- and
whereas it is important that the Fi
nance Committee of said county sh
i 1 1 -i ^ i i .i i. ?
nations with, respect to such, cuange
as may be contemplated ftrr the ' pay
ment (if lis officers, n hiintr
Una noes ot the county . Now~
Therefore be Unresolved, by the Board
ot loumy Commissioners that _the
\ .Aiui tounator ? from
mnmUti be. and are he
TPtU' Requested to submit to the^ Fi
nance Committee of Franklin County,
such bill or bills as may be contem
plated respecting the change in sal
aries of the officers of Franklin Coun
ty before the same are introduced or
Tne Board then proceeded to take
inventory, which included stock, ma
chinery, feed stuffs, meat and such
.other articles as are necessary at the
home amounting to $4,095.75. In
justice to the management of the
Home and the Board it might be sta
ted That tlie~ valuattuns used this
year was in keeping with the strin
gent finances. Jhey also visited
\Tw inmates, in a body and tound them
aoi other matters to come before
thf Board it adjourned after bi ig
treated to one ot' the finest uin'urs J
i Trainable by Supt. and Mr? J' J.
1 1 olden .
Mr R. N. Sims, of Raleigh, was in
attendance upon Court this week.
Miss Elisabeth Morton, who has
;>een spending some time with her
parents, returned to her studies at
Meredith College. Raleigh.
Ex-Gov. and Mrs T. W Bickett
and Mr. W . Y. Bickett. were gtnfct*
of Dr. and Mrs. R. F. YarbcfrtJttifch
last week-end. Mrs. Bicket who nas
remained over this week will return
to Raleigh today. She has be*n thfc
recipient of many entertainments sin
ee she has been in town.
| YOr>? WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
The Young Woman's Missionary 8*e
cicty of the Methodist Church
regular business meet In* at the Chur*
!ch Tuesday night. The bible reading
[for the night was from the 3rd cti*p*
ter of M:irk. The xtu^y of
I our school at Thomas ri lie. Oa.. w%s
ithen taken up Several inl in 'iiMlri
articles wore read by members
society After discussion of other
missionary work and payment of oar
dues the society adjourned to meet
Tuesday. January 26. with Mrs. O, s
V Yarboro. As this will be a very
interesting meeting we will be glad
to have everv member come.
(MRD or THANKS.
Mrs. Bryant Strickland and f&rflly
wish to express 'their appreciation U?
manr fr^wte iMMl ndnhhoraAiid Dr.
B . 0. Johnson during the Miners the
past year of her health, the many k|
ndne<<se?. expreastbnt of aymp??h}
will be Ion* remembered.
Mr and Mrs. Bryant Strickland.
THK rRAhiivun I iitflB
tl.tt r*r t?ar In Adnaei.