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PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN
$1.50 A YEAR EN ADTANCE
Asheboro, North Carolina, Thursday, February 20. 1919
TU CAROLINIANS '-
THI CASUALTY LIST
.ed in wtiw. Willam A. Shuler,
.. . D. Bryaoar-City.
Diad f wouads. Arthur L. Turn
' er. Ji F. D. , L Grange.
. 1 led of diseaset Crowell Woodward,
f tna; Macoo Tv Alston, 123 Smith
Wounded severely. Robert Sherlin,
Robert Street, Aaheville.
Aliasing ut actios. Forest Fisher,
Mounded, degree undetermined. H.
t Jackson, 217 iiouth Liraliam Street,
nlotte; V llLiam A. Faison, 617 W.
foe-. Street, Raleigh; Arthur L.
flBt$ 1016 Durch Avenue, Durham.
Vounded slightly. Dewey S.
iOwn, Alt. Ullah; Will Heath, 1311
Ijjhland Avenue, Winston-Salem;
. 11. Blanchard, Newnill; William
, I Hayes, 14. F. D. 2, Wallace; Frank
.JKoonce, Trenton; William Mitchell,
'ldon; Freddie Bright, :107 James
y Street, Goldaboro,
iWounded slightly, previously report
i missing in action. Walter Mc
ight, Salisbury; Robert C. Wright,
Returned to duty, previously report
'missing in action. Russell Collins,
. ''f. D. Loaeir; Weley Dedd, Jt.
fried ol disease. yuincy Cribbs,
I Ir Bluff; Irvin Bryant, 286 North
ia Street, Goldaboro; Robert L.
,;heles6, Spring Hope; Henderson
Ohjiyton, R. F. Di 1, Timberlake; Gee.
I3um, ti. V. D. 2, Wilson,
.-.Wounded severely G rover S. Danea-
Ivts, R- D.,1, Durham; William
,T,A-kleai-: R. F. D. 6, Maxton; Henry
VA Miller; 117 "rVeat Hargett Street,
i ' - lietuined to duty, previously reert
eE missing in action Ralph T. Holt,
U Jt. V. 1, Koaic wees:; nwye
YDied of disease Arthur James,
Yjied oi accident er other caus
SiKms McLean&Mt. Pleasant.
founded severely Perry D.
V Canto; Robert Stell, Wake Forest;
irbert A. Wriglt, W7 Bast Greem it
jgh Point; Jantes R. Smiley, Macon.
v Mounded, debtee undetermined -m.
Griggs,I) Haywajd Street,
iRiavUle; Heanfp. Ledferd, Stocks
'ftV. A Burma iFMeore, Fayetasrille;
, iohi Holmam, WUkeabara; Jek 8.
. Jv n, RF. 5B. 2, WalsUadwe;
'.ft'! U i H. GrifftaWimBtoa-Sal; U
h . Jhns.a. bT. d. 1. cw;
, . Jakn, CnTT; Boa RaUaaa, R.
i . J 4, Bcwtie; rfarray WilsM, Stetw
viUei Kosker R.Braivell, R. F. D. 1,
.Miutaty; DewefcC Qaytom, R. F. D.
8, Epxbora; L. feJiV"- Purweii
Aycaue, HendeSfti; Galli B. mb
i well: R. F. D. 1, Nashville; Alvia Neal,
I R D. 1, Reidatille.
Waunded slightly Ollie C. Holmes,
" Hendeison; Thomas J. Orrendex, Cao
leeiuee; David Barnes, Wilson;-Walter
Kee Bethel; Willie Joines, Amelia;
William H. Parrish, Aliddleburg; Eli
v.TL fUler, Heni; Roy Kinsoy, Tren-
tontf Janies H. Mashburn, 6Q2i Soutk
;Tcntli hticet, Vulnnngton; Stringlield
iMaye, R. F. D. 1, Oirum; James F.
;: Scott, Vvilson; Zeb W. Wilkinn, R. F.
D. j, Cana; Geoie F'rason, licking
' Marine Corps casualties, killed in
;. actibn James B. Deans, Middlesex;
Walter Hatching, Y.adkinille.
Wed of wounds Reid D. Cranford,
: . Farmer JSotea
Tom Birkhead, tae young son of Mr.
C. W. Birkhead, cut off the great toe of
; his leit loot while Ciiopping wood one
dajr'last week. He was taken prompt
ly1 ti Dr. Hubbard, who dLossed ine
woimd, and it is now doing well.
Mm. 1 .either liix, of 1'ipe, was qai.te i
' ill Sunuuy, but is better now.
Mr. t . .i. Hill, ol .lacK.-on Creek, has
l -u:Jbt an inUaast in the Faraer EoU
Ci' Miii a, in vmII move here -soon.
M. Joe Keana, who recently hail in-
. fluetlaa at iiadin, is at home
Mr. Henry C. Bogue, traveling in the!
rttqtM. o! the proposed endowment
. 4 ior Guilford College, was at 8i-
.a: Hill Sunday, and is ninv canvass
r ;r the territory for that cause.
Iilf. Hal Laaaitcr has a position wltk
Guilford iteul Eotate Co. in Greees
Mf. K. N. Howard, who ban been ill
for several days, i again abJ to at
t -nr to his husinesi.
Uncle Gideon Macon, our oldest cit
. ie nuite feeble. He is unable to
himself in any way, and requires
. Madison Hammond has recently
u. hased of Mr. G. T. Macon.of Ashe
ero,, the farm known a the Drew
'1rn, C. C. Horncy, who has leen vh
T In High Point for a week, retum
Western Randolph New
4 health of thi commenity i not
od at present, there being several
of mump and flu.
,'and Mrs. L. E. Byrd visited
in Graonaboro Bataray.
Ima Finch wa in High Point
E Iiidgo underwent an opera-.
I the High Point Hospital Tues
She Is getting along'nicely.
Dewey Stanley ha purchased
Ford car. '..', '
Miller Albrrtnon mnd'. busi
ip to High Point Saturday. .
e daughter wa born to 4nd
W. Frailer reeentlv. . 4
D. Boddick lost a fine mu!T't-
Salllo Walah. of Thomasbill,t
gueat of MIm Mary Frailer
and Saaday . - '
niel McLead, of Caglc Milll,
HrWboro oho day thi week, -
MUSICIAN C E. K EARNS
fe f j r 3
i ,; . ; J I
Musician C. E. Kearns, son of Air.
and Mrs. Harris Kearns, of Farmer,
entered the service September, 1917.
He left Randolph county with the first
increment of selected men and went to
Camp Jackson where he was assigned
to Headquarters Company 316, Field
Artillery Band 81st Division. He was
later transferred to Camp Sevier and
from, there gent to France. He is get
ting aloag nicely and enjoying his
Electioa Frauds by Republicans
Mr. T. M. Bynum, one of the state's
best citizens, living at Goldston, Chat
ham county; has -written a reply to
Jake Newell's attack on-the Democrats
of the state. We quote from Mr. By
"I nave aotiood several letters lately
in which the writers stated the Demo
crats cheated in -the elections, and that
the elections as now held are a farce,
etc. I notice a long letter from Jake
Newell in issue of February 10, in
which ko aooasM Pemocrats of whole
sale fraud ana' stealing. Mr. Newell
wowM.4 joeta let hu-aemory run
nrnCJC, BO IWCh VHI
sUi VrtiMtUti frM Samdel J.
Tudea ad aoatojl.R. B. Hayes, and it
killed HAyoe 44at tar has' scarcely
Use nMMtionolstaceC And," too, Tie
itfCtt'&inrii 1 iUoekn f i1iv Dudley
it Jadiaaa in the Harrison campaign
in 1888. Ho MifM think, too, before hi
says so muok against Democratic i' ; ativ.
of Haana'a eanaDaia-n in 1896, wnen in
went to Now-York and told the biff n -
Ijumciers, Bryan js elected .right now if i
something as not aone, and raised
biggest campaign fund evtr i. e.
and for what? To buy votes in .
Northern statos. Then he t:n;,:-i
ously consider what Roo-sec;. i -1012.
And it was this, 10. u:., i .
he said: The Republicans are a ; . .
liars, thieves, and cut-thiau . a. u .
Taft and his co-workers stole t .1 , ...
ination from him in I'JIJ.. 1 ., .. . ...
not a Democrat talking.
"And the people wane..
l-unning ior ('resident tlim
each other and calling ea,
"Jilr. Newell knows .i
Populist party was .sli,
18U2, and when Weave,
and got 22 eicclorol . i '.
was occupying t..f l'r
Ex'erybody knows vhal i.h
lii.an cainjiuiii iui.il i,
simply to buy voto in m.,.
to (ariy, and ir. i.ei.i ,i ..
writers ubiiiil im.-,,.i,.i..'.
siin.ily iii..d i . au. i , .i
enough votei to c.
raveioouy, i-'eaiociaLs .
cans, know that tne l. ,
lixing to buy tne I nr. in
and if it it for s.ue tin y
NeweJJ went liack to r
4 days ami the .ocgio, but
1 1 : i . i .-a.
nn Hi'- in
in fa oi
word about the to
Everybody ougnt to b
honest elci tioiifi. i'i;ert is no doaie
there is fraud practiiod im botn sid . ,
but 1 don't believe even Jake .e-.ei,
beJieveii that Diimoci ata w ill sU al a.-.
quick as ICepulilicaiu:.
"The timp he spoke of, to 1 Vil.
when the Demon at lost all control on
ti'.is fitate, tin- Republicans eb cted Wus
sell governor and we had so much law
losness over the state we alinist had a
revolution in H'J, and notwithstand
ing his party had two to our one to
hold eections hin part was buried si
deep it has never scratched out This
state administration uas so corrupt
his own party papers called the peni
tentiary management "the manure,"
pile," and no Republican convention
has ever endorsed that administration.
"If 1 wore a Republican I gucsa 1
would vote the ticket, but I never
would have the gall to say anything
about corruiition in elections of the op-
osite party. '
Friday Afternoon Club
M(h3 F,nolio Presncll was hostess to
the Friday afternoon club last Fridu.
A number of contests had been oriang
ed by tho hoatew which proved moft
entertaining. The airplane content
wa won by Mrs. J. F,d Mendcnhnll ami
Mis Nannie lllilla as winner In tntJdenvofKl's Sunday.
Hoover conWt. A large heart rcprr
Hpntine tho bnttleflehl of Kurobe wa
pinned to the wall -and, the guests wete
lupplied witn uavonrw w nn uip
tnkldle nf the heart blinfold1d. Kevcrnl
"ftvagic stunts" wore carried out by the
- - little. Lucy Iyd-Ro wa a mot
attractJv assistant arid dlstribatd the
favona which w rlentine. ,f '
A dcllclou dnsrt.cour kn-
Jt t 'v. 'wL'V.--. ,s t . ..
NEW STAMPS OFFERED
t ...L..Lj ..i
:.v:v,!!i ev ..T tnioytd. As evidence oi
the tui'ift l'.abit the national banks re-j
ported an increase in deposits for 191Sj
incieasfcd $1,524,595,26, giving the
country the greatest investing
of mor than $370,000,000 over the
highest figure previously attained.
War Savings Stamps mature at full
face value in live years. They may be
converted into cash, however, at the
will of thi holder, aad since they pay
4 interest, compounded quarterly,
thev make an investment of rare val-
ue, so much so, in fact, that the gov- Lieut. Cranford has been promoted
eminent limits the amount which one from sergeant to lieutenant since ar
puichuL!!' can hold to $1,000. The riving in France.
hi:. !... a:e to neii, pas lor t..e ...,., - : :
'!. aiinistit.e etiileii .''osiilitiea but t
I. i ;eilli- Uie biiis. 'i be Treasury 1
p ..i.'.. nt iias aj.eaied. and is a;r;.
ii.,;, to the pcoiue to show t.ien
t- tit-.i iovaltv i.v b.:yinir War ouVi:
Si;.u!j.s ami by holding ihein. '! ue
Treasui-v Debartsacut. wiifa ita., k
ii'C sum, r.iici.i bi.t ice til li'c iiiei:. v
lor live veais and na. issued a spe,.
niiaesi. to uie peupie us um nto.i iiol
t "ivileem their Lm until mat,.,-,.-,
... . -
ict, i;i t-iiSf-s 01 liic wosl Ui;, it
k-w..., ;.. f..t..J:..
,.111,1,1 iuciillt CTVl kW. U mClllOUlHl
" ,, "., ' ''" '
-rf-r - "XT - .-v. ...... v.. ...v.
SiOiUiVy, society which was held at tMe
il;;wiuiLst r'ro-;ui.,t Church last SdC-
, .. o iv,.vifeu .......
morning was very interestinir and
itioni:. (!. ;,lis. J. I-'. McCul-
,ti p. e.-iuu;ii
hi ... u .:...y ... : ,1,
; lJrancii ot woman';
v.'uS jJiesent and made an address Sue
-i..:iip..ii-d Ine woik which the women
'are doing to that of the part t.;at n.v
;:oidier played )a tuis g,oat T.ir and
, im'k'1 thai the : church enow the Same
' i'(-'i!':ii;e t,i::t the i.,e.i o1' tins iiv.,,t ,
he said that this '. .' v.n -t
,:i t;.; !i:sLo, y u! tl'.i- wo, I
I'. 'i'.h' ' oi i i , ! ;i,l a pai I i
r nui.il,": of natioi.s ha4 a
id .. ' ;.'n ' . .:' n:tn i
t;.e i ll'
' the .,
i ejj'e c
i.:i i f,' en
ir n In -1 1 1
r i ; oi 1 :
Mechanic 1 ' ems
The weather h;
: r '
v. i I
, I ;..
i I in-
' n. i i :
in 1 : a;; and lamln r ru
1 ,.-t or, : i ; nei o: I
i.i.r ' r'iy a. the
. an .,e hean! me. i i
l';M i;it,ii' v.a-i h.n led
I Ioo e.
v, .'us ti i on j; lit
ll:rh I'd. nl an
Mr. ami Mr
C. C. Ridge and Mm.,
visited at the home oi
Mr. J. C. Ridgo Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Wood and fanrly
spent Saturday night at Mt. W. I..
Mr. ahd Mrs. R. L. Wood visited Mr.
Onnlow Parrish Sunday.
Mr. R K Snider has sold his farm
and expects to move in the near fulun
We are sorry to lose such men fiom
Mr. Tom Small has sold his farm to
Mj. Ira Summy. Mr. Ira Summy has
purchased both the farms just men
tioned. Itev. J. M Varner filled his annoint-
mpnt nl Mt Tiihor Sunrlnv nf ternrvorv
Millhoro Route 1 Hems
We are sorry to
Pngh has the flu.
Iwar Mr. Hemy
Mis Ollie Routh, of High Point, i
inlting home folks.
Rnv. Ashburn tilled bin iirmointment
at drays Chapel Sunday morning at
Mr. Delia Routh nnd diuignter. Mi
Gladys, were visitors at Mr. A. M. un-
Itarflm and Lineb' rry schixd boys
crossed bats Friday, score lieing Hi
and 4 in favor of Harden
Mis Eula RoutnVavchff sistWi
ic, a surprise Mummy pary namr- . nome maun nutier, our. .spring
day. li reported a, nice time. , chicken -per pound, ftrtr. Heps tier
Mr. 0. R. Vuncannion, tJvliIlhoro IL,. pound, 2&c Hogs pr pound, 22c.
F. D. No. 1. I in Ohio at wprk. .Hams, 38c, Cotori, 25c.
8evemN)I th boy from campi and I These orice were secured bv the
overtea nave returned noihev
Mr, Roa Ward and eil' inHediia. about town f the itatv Md'
Tf.B.lvf Sunday aveiilnf.
UEUT. CHAS. WADE CRANFORD
11. ,U,.- ww.. I I
f- , . ) J j i.a!- '
L ' ' Jf T-'t 'eral i,i-L::Lii!v.ut(..M 111
II l Krowinjr munt m t::i
Lieut. Charles Wade Cranford, son
of Mr. &nd Airs. C. W. Cranford, of
Asheboro, is with the Field Hospital
140, 110 Sanitary train, 35 division, A.
B. F. He was in Parson, Kansas,
where he went about three years ago
to take a course in nursing, when he
entered the service. After graduating
two years ago he joined the army and ;
has been in 1 ranee ior some time do-
ing his bit towards beating the Huns
d .surprise I'.uiy at Kamseur
Quite a nuinbtr of friends gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Gant Thursday evening of last veri;
s i omi"
t'.;e xif -
utui tiiiii ii.-.jnii i...c.ij m.u i,..t; mluiiz
...:,u 1 ,.1
jlh mwii yiania. viaii.is were piav-
ed. Music for tha evcini was furnish,
WtU V,cUi LUriHSn.-
ed by Wise EHuzaUeth Smith, and Mr, V.
U. Jttarley. Ke resiimeiits consulting or
red kn white block ice cream and cake
.0,iv, m,..'., ,!,i. 1,.;
" 1 " i 7w.jr luio, vit.ui, ao.-ii3i.vivl tJJ
Misses Sarah and Ver -'StheA" Mr
Gai$ received many beautiful land use-
xui AJicMrLito. ji iiyr,fl. pietftiui, wtfte, iu .
ana jurs. ui. it. ninmson. m ana ivns.
W jkktmefiMilMd. to. Jj. B.s Yirk,
Mi-.and Mm. E. J. Steed; Mesdame's
n f. Tlio-hfill M v u..,.,.h t V
ir.irt.on. N. P. VlnrriK- Miows PImWIi
Smith.. Stili smil V,n-i,l- Uk.k
v. H. Ballard, U. 1 Kearns, V. C. Mar-
ley and C B. Smith.
On Tu,rslay .veiling, February 11th,
Mis. Mtklred Idiis de!i;'ht.''i.!lly't'nlf:--tained
a' lrt'eiiie - !' I,.. i. lu;,'!.-: at in r
hu'ee in liilii):o in ! oiv, of ;mt l;t.
; mai y
't ie enj:
ere .i :
', arm i
i, l.iician i ' . ; i i . V, . . a "i lie...
all ', Mdllioio. ! , ... ,, .,
oft) .'. n Km : Mi. ., . i. ..
li"', of ltiiia. i .; ; ami 31 . i .. ... 1 ..-:)
of I unax.
Honey cut t -Cm ven
At tho homo of A. J. Raiy, in Prox
imity, Miss Cordelia Vena iaen u.,.
unilecl in niaiiiage to Mr. John All" it
Hum yentf, on l 'iiila, I'l-iiniary 7. at
5:.'!(l. the I'lii'innny being pe foimi il l
Rev. A. ('. (iibbs, the groom's pastor,
in tli'- presence of a few f i iends, thi
bride wearing a lovely suit of gray
with accessories to match.
Mr. and .Mrs. Honeycutt left for tin
bride's parents next day, Mr. and Mrs.
Jamf'S II. Craven, Asheboro Route 1,
only . pending a short vimI, drove over
to AHhehoro w here they took the train
for High Point and l xington. They
will he at home after the 16th at Prox-
I- Mis. Honovrutt holds a position book
keeping in the lomiiunv ctore at Prox
imity, while Mr. Honeycutt is employ
ed in the Prox imity mill.
Mrv. Honeycutt has taught several
schooU in Kami Jph county, and was
one of the county's best fitted teachem
nnil i .o; loved In' n bnr.t nf orotile who
wash for them a long, happy and sue -
Tc - nful life.
Meekly Pnre Report
lU'low is the liners paid bv meichaiiU
of Noith Carol inn for farm pmihn ta
during the weeR embng l-ehruary J.Y,
Corn. $1.74. Wheat S2.-'t.'l. Sweet
jHitstn", ll.fiH. Cow eas. f2.20. Kggs
totmty Hit by taking- the prlonr paid
! Eegislature Will Make Appropriation
for l.nter'.iiiiuiu nt ol 3(Jth Division
; ::un. )
; a prociam-H'i.,.i-
tlie day for gen-
every ciHton 1
state, and it i.-
ui i al ui,rr.
auopUii a plan,
!..;a:ula and or-
i aiiiM.il U'i': have'
j i,ecii .-l.ibli.-i . '1 iu iiaii::;;!!, with C 1 ).
Ui ;!, i.n.iir,'i:;ii i t!,c i xccutivo com
iiiitti i- ol in- a.-:-o'i;;tiviii, in iliargf.
An ullii-a! to attioii i.as l.i-n is
sucd liy tiie a.-siu'iation, in which the
annnoLiiKLiiHiit is made that a quicx
campaign id to be launched to secure
from couon gioweis u pledge to re
duce by one-tniid lor 1U1L1 tne acreage
planted iu cotton last year. Every tot
ton grower in North Carolina, land
owner or tenant, will be resuested to
sign this pledge the same course to
be pursued in all the other cotton
Tank Camp No More
After aeveral orders, later revoked,
the army tank camp at Raleigh is at
! last deserted, the tank and tankers
1 14- VI A,r nA T,nnn. f
V" ""jmJ "
this week lor Camp Meade, Md., iev-!ery
eral hundred negro "soldier workmen" ! odan thi season.
from Northern and Western States, Corporal William White, who is vis
remain to clean up and about $100,000 iting relatives iu Asheboro, was a vis
of tank material is to be sold to all itor in Ramseur Sunday,
who want to buy. T'he tank camp dull Tho ministerial association was or
not pan out very well because of the.ganized here on Monday with Rev. W.
armistice. IB. Rivenbark as president and Rev.
The big tanks left Sunday and today Wm. Smith as secretary. This oigan
the troops all leave, except the "army ization v. iil meet twice each month. On
of ninnurinn" fietniled til rloRl lln af-' ho cuBninff nf 1M M ri' Kt'i nil th
fail's of the tamp and sell out. Ral -
. , , ,.' . i ,,..
eign nas some uisuppoiuwu rt-cti riuwi
and otiier piomoteis who have not re-
.. , .1 - 1 : 1. : ,,.;..u
'also thote who hope to see the cost of
I . , , i i
1 ., : , . - ,, f jii
I'80 -tll06 wh0 l'Pe to se.e the ccst of
"TT u W'Cf
I " ."'x . r " , i
; VartP cal"8 to being, and whi.e wish -
in? tne ooyi wen ana tieanng mem
,. , n , , 4.t,ra 1,
well, while here, none of them wi 1 go,
. " " ?7 -..
into mourning over the loss oi the Carl Johnson, of Liberty, spent t
cawyf , - ,: -, .Spjiday with Ma parents hero. ,
Legislative Matters Mx. JJ)- JIardin, who has been con-
, . JVithia Ae naxt.tjya. weeks he 60- firmed to hi bed .some time with .riien-
will expire and- ariast the; law-mak- lilTjmSMta
er& realize the'lftces'sity Of getting a several days oil "busihess.
move on themselves, for there is a lot! - r. Floyd Brady and family, of
of work that ought to be done yet un-! Greensboro, spent the week end wltn
performed. ID. C.Holt.
One of the big jobs in the House this Mr. Leon Capel, of Troy, spent Sun
i we'd; is the whipping ot a proper road day here with friends,
hill into shape the Stacey substitute' Miss Lavipa York, a former resident
ii..' t!.e Stevens-Scales being doomed to of Ramse'ir co-iiniunitv, dieil at her
ler i-i tne House is tlie1
oik no it iii.'lui:".'!
l't :nj; of the 1 1 1 ii i -
bill, to he included
i , ey.
, in llii
pa' . ..:
i lai'iiini'l v :
o'.' the .-"'NCI
voini.iit li e or
y di'ad in t,.(
i !' -: t.ili d t 1 ) I
ih.-.t i i. t t he e
e in jsidfev';.
n better luck.
ai e ap
i u i n ;.r '
I Hi 1 1 L.,
. I or -
"ilessrs. A. M. ;'iiil Julius J. I. ml
in 1 1 Residents o! Randolph (
Kcliirn From Visit
.i.ie. . . A. M. I.u. k ami Jul
I.U. k .:ave ii i-'itly i.eei .. it ill;-;
l.iuth. r. r A. J. Lin k, v.uo is
plieio, ul tee A I- iidaie ;-tot lv fa
High Point limn,- :;. .Mr. A. M.
loll Kamloipn county 47 yeais ag
has lived in Texas lor ;;u yiar
ti en moved to Calilornia whine h
le.-nles. .Mr. Jului.; J. Luck left
dolph county more than '.', year
and went to Sumplel, S. (i.. w he
engaged in i out rai ting and Inn
The thiee Luck brotheis visited
, m o.
alLo Jane Cob
, in the
ur' "- nel will bo loi warded for discharge to
L. . , ,. , , . , . ..... ; demobilization centers neaiest therr
S. A. Lewis, l oriuer Kandolph ( iti.en,' S)0t..ive llomc8. lf U)e 30th division
Dies at His Home in 1 roy MI1,, ;l (:)KUos,on lt la nol thought
S. A. Lewis, of Troy, died Sunday that it will be practicable to isml the
night at 8 o'clock after lingering fur ( troops through Raleigh. Secretary Ha
several day, following the Hind stroke j ker said last week that it would take
of paralysis. Mr. Lewis left Randolph ' fifty trains to convey the rjOth division
county years ago and moved to Troy to the different points and that the ex
v. hen- he engaged in the lumber busi-1 penso would be so great that it uould
ness. Mr. Iewis was 61) years of age
at the time of his death. He leaves
two brothers and four sisters, H. S.
Lewis, of Honeapath, S. C, and E. D.
Lewis, Washington, D. C; Mesdames
Julius Cranford, of CreenHboro; N. J.
Chandler, of Albemarle; John Wins
low, of Asheboro; and C. C. Muse, of
High Point. The following children
survive: Mrs. K. T. Mclnnis, of New
Hern; Kom W. anil Flunk Lewis, of
Florence, S. C. ; Miss Lillian Ix-wis, of
Norfolk, Va.; and Miss Nannie Lewis,
Mr. Lewis wan twice married. HiH
fir, t wife was Miss Amanda Riley, a
daughter of the late Ohadinh Kiley, of
Randolph county, to which union all
'the children weir? born. His last mar-
ringo was to Miss Rebecca Carter, n
daughter of Major W. M. Carter, of
Montgomery co mty, who survives her
husband. - bin. Uiwls wa for a num
ber of year worRhipful mastcK of of
M-i and was faithful In these datle to
a degree thalwcm adrnlratfod ttnd n-
" Mr. Iwlt'wa a brother of the late
Ur. C; B. Wria. of Farmer. Hi ri
main trero bronffht U Now .ft
Kew Hone toVnMun. for. burial iTuoa
dy. 1 ' .- (..-. ( , , i vm.
LIEUTENANT J. E. iiEN DEN HALL
CITED OR GALLANT AND
JHLR1 l ultKH V u.N DL Ci
K. Mandcniiall k&s
;. i . . r
ii. . . -d
t M.t .ct
ne .. :ii
I ,,i !llS
huntiuud, Liui'.tt-ui.t J. t. Mt,
ajutubl of t: e mo'..u i atia..
lllianti y. bl.-t ii.v,u!a. uu .
for gallant and im , .lur.uu.
ln ;.(;nin u :.,U' v uuinl i. i'.-.-i
etl. ! rciiiaiiitd al In- t, :a
I lit 1: ' i am. ... . . . - .
v, oumii d
M'.: tip I it 1. tilt'
wound, tin- i.
.Mrs. Mentieiil.all v.
ved last week Uiat i
,ad RAMSKl U NEW S
Aliss Clara Whitehead, of Durham,
came home Thursday to attend the val
Luther Allen returned from oversea
Friday and will remain at home as he
received an honorable ilisjhaige from
Lacy Black left last week to accept
a position as traveling salesman.
Mrs. Robert Cochran has gone to
Charlotte to join Lieutenant Cochran,
who-has returne from camp.
Miss Vida Kivett left Tuesday for
Roanoke, Va., where she goes to pur-
1 n 1..- :n:
ic,utb" ,mm"wy "- "n. "n"
atore. Miss Kivett will be in May-
jchurch ollicials will meet and plan the
,. .... .
woik ior me year.
A very enjoyable party was given at
the school house by the Junior Pig
enjoyed and refreshments seived.
r- ur i ii i i. i 1
. , , , - . ,
enjoyed and refi-eshments se.ved,
"venoa.s. p.eacj.eu a .11.
T ' " ' "
1 a. j . u . t.; Li.. J-i 11 vi ........ j -
u. j. steed
4,1 0 J r
Asheboro Sunday afternoon.,
home in Greensboro Saturday night,
Fehruarv 15. The remains were
brought liere Monday and laid to rest
1 at Moon's Chapel, where she was a
nil"; he,' tor veal:-. .Miss Vol k v.as 3
good ijuii't woman and leaves a num-
lier ol t i icmls and i natives w ho are
grief .' trii ken. was a d..'lg!tler of
ltii t : t l.ai ; is 'e 1-. Aiiii'!!"; i! o'e re
lated to her a ie two lir-'J.i'i., Mr.
Clem York anil Mr. Mon,oe York, of
( 1 1 1 ! i-1 1; 1 1 1) ; four sitt'is, Mi'-.. ,!. T, Sl
ier, "t' Kaiii -cur: .M s. i and Mrs.
Jordan, of I ! , ei-ii'ioi u ; a: -i ..ir . . mes,
of 1 1 ' r.ii. .:! iniiath ',' i.- ( xtend
'ed to the lie
; Tii 1 1; ri ft;
e n a oil oih
j ' i ; i i ii 0 y
m; '! a 1 1 "i'.;. t i i u, ni i
Overman thai if I i e i.iidi
l;.".d( d at eitiier .ev. o'k
ey I. as
. .n is
News that they will be routed through
Kulcigli for pai ailing purposes. Major
,!ire,. says that it is planed at pres
ent tii.it the :;'L;i division wili disein
buik at ( i hi i leston, nut this de irnds
upon availability of a suitable (haft to
enter the Charleston harbor arid that
in the event of debarkation at Charles
ton thai t",o divisiorj will be sent to
Camp Jackson for its period oi disin
fection and that thereafter the nerson-
ill most prevent sending tile division to
the different states for parading.
Mr. C. S. Brndnhnw Returns to Hi
Home in Greensboro
Mr. (',. S. Ilrndshnw, who has for the
pnst few months been recuperating at
Saranec Ijikc, New York, has returned
to his home in Greensboro. Mr. Brad
shaw suffered an attack of pneumonia
while attending court in Asheboro last
July and did not recover rapidly and it
liccamc necessary for him to have
treatment. His many in this county
will be glnd to know that he has been
restored to health.
MiMvKdna Rrndy, Kamseur, Recomoa
the Hride of Mr. Clifton lioliva, of
A marriage of much interest occur
red In KnmsMir Monday night at the .
home of Rev. W., R. Rivcnbnrk, when
Mis Edna Brady and Mr. Clifton Ro
liv werm quietly married. The brido
k tha attractive daughter of Mr, an 4 '
Mrs I Ir T m . .
groom U a itibstantCal business man l .4
Norfolk, Va, , Tho yopn couple Utt ,
Kamaenr Tuendajr for .Nrfolk.,berf.
the wtlhld, They have thi woj ,
wlah f-their iiy .frlmda In1 kln-i .