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PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN r
m A YEAH IN ADVANC3
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LIEUT. GUY HAYES
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MEETING OF COUNTY
, COMMISSIONERS FOR M.Y
The regular meeting of the board of
commissioners met on the first Mon
day in May. The following business
was transacted. Bills against the
county audited approved and ordered
paid are shown on disbursement reg-
inter u. o, pages 11 hi 11D inclusive,
order number 494 to 586 inclusive.
It was ordered that the nrot'osi
tion of the State Board of Health for
typhoid vaccine as per their contract
submitted, be and the same is hereby
accepted at a cost of 12 cents iter
person for complete treatment, copy of
said contract is filed with this month's
The sheriff was authorised to ell
reai estate oi delinquent tax payers
nrsi monaay m June, laia.
Victoria Smitherman was released
of tax of $220 account listed and paid
by Dan Coving-tcn.
lhe county was ordered to nav 5
interest on Liberty school bond sink
ing fund from date. Such fund was
first collected July 1, 1919, and annu
ally thereafter as lona? as such fund
From Lieutenant G. C Hayes, Evacua- shall remain in hands of county treas-
WU1 . rr .Mnv inlnroi Soma f K ak.J -
U?n SJZ v. P Haves. Ran- tees of Liberty school board.
. ""V IT The following noil taxes wer order-
meman, . ioA -iqoj r ii :,
Trier Germany, r r" 1 j10 --m H"ysicai
iner, uerii.auj, j-fl- itip n f? C--.J- w -.-
March 2J, Ven, H. M. Newby, Coleridge: Ely.ivan
Mv darling mother: Wall, New Market; G. M. Holder, Lib-
-r i4.i. ot-Ari ivinrrn iiui icaur v. j.v. luaiiBv, rruviuencp. ji:-f;
lour ie.wi -v4via .lava W. M ThiiFnhiiW viin 10'
ea me toaay. xi. j :aa mq t. Uqv n i
Pope 0 RandplpHfDorHph'y.
or to Soldiers of 1 hree Wars
BIGGEST CELEBRATION IN HISTORY 6f COUNTY HELD W ASHE-
BORO SATURDAY PABAUK 1 nun wmi r ''l'i,3L'
" NUE TO SCHOOL GROUNDS SENATOR OVERMAN MAKES AD
tti lTt week. Left here Friday Selven Brown released poll tax account
. rWMij!. soent the afternoon but 19 years of age. The following
l O 1 .1 tnfafdct I tffHT1 1 1 C-f Q"1 aiy nnJJ . 1
T Viad a VerV WOnaenui wiu X, , " muuuenuui;
g trip last v
ion f on Coble
id night the
caught university tovn of E. S. Hughes, Tabemacle: S.
J? waTv through the campus USummey. Tabernacle; Dorsey Lewis,
noon fon Coblenz, spent
"T-iJh ttare'and the next ' day were released from poll tax account
iLfnaled v.P the Rhine of being in the army.
Bo?n .VA; nldest university Cedar Grove; P. G.'
andDuiiuiuBo ... nn;Versity Creek; A. C. Williamson. ColerMo-o:
? . e,ii imoerial families of Ger R. F. Russell, New Hope; Virgil Lof
that all ne Sl cx-kaisev lin, New Hope: T. J. Foster, Asheboro;
this institut on. """" '"'i the most A.. C. Coble, 1
place ana """ " j mposers of this Xeams, Concord: W. S. . Richard.-on,
famous vmters u with Richland; J. A. McKmzie. Randleman;
.ntinent and is aDosmii-iy p, t a ti -
ma?y arlm tirince are graduate of Lacy Lewis, Asheboro: Floyd Cave
and ex-crown V birth. neSs, Asheboro; B. H. Rush, Asheboro;
Via institution. DOOII IB, w - C.VI- n :j ' .. -r '
Providence: Cov L
historic interest.. . t troll y George Callicutt. Union
rsliere ana."lc," citv on the Brown. Grant; C. C. Ki
to uoiognc, . it m Hazel V. Bonkemeyer. Franklinville;
ne. Cologne is a modw" y rf Ne, FrankTinvine: C. T
every respect wiui - r r wn M Harris Tabernacle. Henry T
600 000 inhabitants ana Lllen CeHar Grove. E L- Stout Co.
the Pans of ie ... ht v,eartl lumbia; James M. Rich. Level Cross.
PPnial feature of their liff and special 75c; Jonah Johnson. New
;,al carnival, here celebrated Hope;: Oardner
cutely thak anywise.; CharheLFostr.
rhi recourse,' was the Asheboro; Reic
' i71?!8 mJL end of the Walter Stowe.
? !LSfSnbe : expected mond, Concord
find aav under ex- Richardson, Richland:
DpRtiit lowering clouds which
threatened to mar the exercises of the
day people came from every section
of the county to1 Asheboro Saturday
to do honor to soldiers oi tnree wars.
Beginning early they came in every
cnncoivnhlA m&ke of automobile and
in buggies and wagons too -until the
hour of the parade, one of the largest
crowds in the history of the county
was assembled in Asheboro. bmart
khaki, the Confederate gray, and
Naw blue minified with the season s
fashions on the streets of the twn.
The people of the county are proud
nf then1 soldiers ana ineir glorious rec
ords and manifested it to their utmost
on the occasion. The soldiers oi tne
firpat War. some veterans of long days
and nights of hard fighting against
the Huns, boys who smasnea tne ae-,
fences of the Hindenburg lirie, made
Bellicourt and Nauroy household
words in every home in the country
elll muucaii w uuuiuivj. '
ious too who answered the call to ser
Confederate veterans with smiles
' . . , --1-1
on their bronzed countenances, neu
Cross workers with smiling nces:
Spanish-American war veterans, and
yeomen these were nonor guescs oi
the people, of the county.
Tlireatenine rain turned into sun
shine and the program of the day was
carried out in detail arranged. Noth-
intr was left undone in making tne nay
one of joy and pleasure for the sol
dier veterans and they seemingly had
the time of their lives.
The parade, the best arranged and
most attractive ever held in Randolph
frmoj at tne wpst end of Sunset ave
nue at 11 o'clock in the morning lrdl
Following came the band and behind
it rode the veterans of the Confeder
nrv. fortv three in number, and J. A;
York and W. J. Lows, veterans of our
war with Spain. Then came che cais
of the heroic dean, driven
by Mr. Ben McDowell, brother of Se-o-eant
Tom McDowell, who wa: killftfl
Spntmhpr 29th. The caisson wa8
gloriously died now led by Lieuten
ants Hal Walker, Clarence Lovett and
W. T. Landis. .They marched witn
steady step, modest to timidity, these
boys who made, Company K famous in
greatly to write the achievements of
the 120th Infantry and the Old Hick
ory -Division m letters oi goi.-u jne
Camp' Fire Girls next bore the flag
and; behind them were the Boy Scouts.
Tha other soldiers of the county, seme
a i 1 1 i .
irom overseas ana otners wno nraoi-
tunktelv did not embark On the Great
Venture, were next in line followed
by he St. Cecilia Club and the schooi
children of the town. Many of the
parents of the soldiers rode in tne pa-
At the school building Mr. I. C. Mo
ser, master of ceremonies, introduced
all the speakers of the occasion In a
fitting manner. The vsoldiers were
wolrnmpd in behalf of the town By
Mavor D. B. McCrary. Following
hita Major James O. Walker, opera-
tion officer oi tne xann
spoke a few minutes. He talked
briefly, of the achievements o the
Old Hickory Division at a whole. He
noi inaitnr in the citv and was filaa
of an opportunity to tell of the valor.
jrthe Randolph soiaieK.
fioMtnr S. Overman's address
a tno r.ATifederates. Spamsh War
uknn, and t.Vip returned solders was
ct ainmipnt and patriotic. He spoke
;of the days following the civil war,
that tried men's souls, wneu
ULB blllivu miw .
Our young men suffered and necame
.j 5 i, Voni apliool of adversity.
sbruiiK in " - , .i
He spoke of the present war, and-the
turning soldiers, of the need of .proper
legislation, and doaedt i a
appeal in Denaii oi uic -"r
He received marked attention through
out his address ana was appiau.i
intervals. Senator Overman n pop
ular in Randolph as well as every
Following the exerises on the rchool
grounds a dinner was sprean on w
t -. . , -i v lonm it. was the
(67 Maxwell Gorman.)
RaleiiA. N. CL. May 12. Alleging
that the state of North Carolina is
cheated out of (100,000 annually by
people who evade the legal paymeni
of license tag money, cnainnnn
Frank Page, of the state highway com
mission, is starting a campaign to
rigidly enforce the law tne money is
nopled on road construction, he says.
New inspectors are to be placed on
the highways charged with the col
lection of the tax on automobiles, and
other motor vehicles subject flrthe tax.
In addition the city and town police
authorities and the county officers are
beinar written to by chairman Page,
and they are urged to be more alert
and get the coin from the "siacKs,
Hope for Better Freight Rates .
There is much interest and some
hope attached to the visit here, May
22. of interstate commerce commis
sioner Eastman and Examiner Barn
aide, who come officially to make In
quiry and take testimony in regard to
the long-standing complaint of North
Carolina shippers, merchants and in
dividuals, that the railroads unfairly
discriminate in rates against North
Carolina cities and towns, it is now
believed that the repeated efforts of
the chambers of commerce and INorth
Carolina Corporation Commission to
secure redress at the hands 01 the na
tional commission will bring fruit in
the not distant future.
JbTD DAVIS OF THE
alSHIP GEO RGB -
ty, a special feature of taring m TVt astrfully dped and gold .tars 1 PSbyterian church lawn. It
annual carnival, here celebruteo Hope; Gardner Loflin, New mHooe; i y the ccUnty's .so Ireatest feast ever prepared
ffim1&& Sfefi CvffiVuSTS 'A in the county.
H Hm ' 1 cross on which was hung a i
,.R-oHa7- black was held in place phce by Mto
war 1 inev vvu . - A. 1 p:.itn.jnA- t:ti ,i . t t-v itt ik vpu. a oibi-ci.
to be light neanu
l? IcZtps as their ciy is Randleman. 60 sneciah N. IT. TTir-w
clrcumstanceB .sh Rmv o peasant Grove; Jay Willies, Vnw
artera 01 tne ,n Roy Luther G T Q Kii-r. ,,,nt
occupation; inejuu her st Lexie Cox. Brower; Clinton S. Laugl
size and beauty to omy , e Franklinville.
ctural monu- It was ordered
:A I : r ,rnnn I -
ments oi tne w'1"' tnan an the expense of an aTl-tirop nne I
cent thing w e t t wi al. n(ier auspices of Rana0ipi, oouritj'
I. D. Wmr. .w .IT: r-mH OrlKiv
-r.n -t r K. Following the
n a. MnH.riAjl TArTV-l.W 11 uu yoi v
diors whom Captain Ben Dixon led in
Flanders fields and in leading them
MEETING OF RANDOLPH CAMP
IN ASHEBORO SATURDAY
Engineer Davis enlisted for " four
year in April, 1917, at Raleigh, and .
has been on the George .Washington
most of the time during hi service
He has been engineer on the ship on
every trip the President has made
across the Atlantic, and is now in a
French port awaiting the return of the
President. Like all the members ' of
the Navy he is a great adinirer of '
Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daa
SUMMER SCHOOL FOR ' 'y.
The occasion will be long remem
bered as the greatest ever held in the
county and both Asheboro and the
county at large did themselves proud
in V manner in which they we com--j
,;, vornes. It was a red letter
.frPP nf cost with which to help do tne
TniTNTY ROAD MEETING grading and that alter swu ;
COUN 1IKUAU completed, that he will mainta;n w
MINUTES OF RAMUUi.rri j Eak, roart ,g
Road trastces of Randolph rounty met fmiher un(ierstDr,d and agreed'that Mr.
t.p court jiwv. " .., ,,.,.,,, nii
. . . 1 1 hrnifnw win 11H.V iui nui
n this the btn payi" j
It was ordered that pn aTinroi;,
a very magnifi- tion of $50.00 be msde toward pnvlng
ceui. , xr, -10.h it and win ai- "nner auspices 01 Kanaoipn county Ked
v.miw in rOing uiruujt" 1 rM
wayJ regret fcat we d not nav i their office in the court ha
time, to aevove - -- - and May 20. Asheboro. N. on u r'road.
y,U knwkirs and it is here that the I of May. 1919, "fit Monday; In compliance with the Public Law,
fS47U teSd I of soap (quite pop- Aron-Wiseman 0 blocto.'cr d being Tuesday after the first lonc-y jt to p .
fam0SiTT A Vis manufactured, generally known bd man in beine in the month, , nrebent: boards on aUleadinir roads. terfore
V'aL'" , i off the market as soap tnea this wPeK at stieiby fo- the ror.r-'and tne ''" K Bird and it is ordered that W. L. Ward, J. K
ii, -----H-i- in Germany, aer 01 ur. riennessee, 01 BurKe county. ,c.a;. nees. y- -- , . , B.
due of course, the shrtegeof f atef -
A,U i:Jt flUor' ftllib for lanCH. Onlu nno tirVnt nmn in flio AaM nH
ffish are always good liven , so nominated tween the HourslXlZe.
wp had a good lunch and inciaenuu of 10 and 12 oclock on Saturday night,'4" ' "
C. Cheek. U h. nu, 1 d d j B H-Jmble be anpointcd
B. Humble present and the 1 y qt sl
SSl SSTed paWlare boards for aH leading roads not now
under order numue. ,
On petition of J. F. Rout.h
ichti'"' , .1 r i" i nm. ' othprs it is ordered tnat tne roa'i Trom
Mr.rt mlK k.l it.- -ny. i' i, Pnmm ttpfl COmDOSea O. J ' " ,....., ... T-il .1 V. T
rnpt some very iuwira'"o j- v wiore me eiecuon on luesr.Hj ici-i j , q r iiorils wonnvine vm dcuiwij m"".".
Britishers. They are 'JL to board for road Routh's and G W. Pugh's to
no v ireis cMulu"-" rew neoDie ainenaea xne oiimaiv. mrt i nnnei ne num 10 Bueciiictnini iui
uuc I . ' ' ... . . r - .'.i, milM in lensrtr. ironi . r-v , ... Ci-t.
them. . ta . nob- . " was with difficulty that some of ! V";" to fofla of road noar nianea I oy counw r ;
From Cologne w " d those nominated could be -induced te V,"" hridtre It is therefore or- "e exnenae w ue ooi.ir u -
t - - . .,i . jnn ner along tne roaa auu one-nu'i uy mc
,o. countv. Provided, that no steps t re
i. to "be taken in the matter until the-
From oiok"" jj V-.rtv and 10086 noraln" couia oe mcurea te , hridee It is theretore or- w - -
lens by train and attended a par ana I follows: Mayor: J.i?roVtlat rotv wiU pay $400 per along the road and I 01
dTnce at one of the evacuation hos- Spencef Town Commisioner: R. Cled that county wfl payf , Provided that
The Randolph Camp of Confeder
ate Veterans met at the couit house
on last Saturday at 11 o'clock. There
were forty-two members present and
much interest was mamfested. lhe
following officers were elected:
F. E. Asbury, Captain Commander.
B. H. Lassiter, First Lieutenant
J. W. Allred, Second Lieutenant
T. B. Tysor, Third Lieutenant
A. J. Rush, Fourth Lieutenant
A. C. Rush, Adjutant.
L. O. Sugg,, Quartermaster.
T. W. Andrews, Commissary.
H. A. Albright, Chaplain.
P. H. Morris, Secretary and Treas'
E. D. Tucker, Color Sergeant.
W. T. Crowson, Vidette.
T. F. Millikan, First Color Guard.
J. T. Shaw, Second Color Guard.
The memorial and resolution com
mittees for the past two years sub
mitted the following memoirs and
resolutions which were adopted.
Randolph Camp, No. 1646, U. C. V
Your committee finds that death has
invaded our ranks, 'from May 10, 1917
to May 10, 1918, and has claimed es
teemed comrades as follows: N. T
Andrews, A. B. Covington, A. M. Mc
Cullom, M. H. Moffitt and Nathar-iel
Thomas. They have answered their
last roll-call this side of the gicat
judgment day. They have lelt us and
their seats are vacant today. They
have passed over the river of death
their life's work is finished they
were faithful to the call of their
country. Let us revere and cherish
their memory, and emulate the good
deeds which they have left us as a rich
legacy. One by one our ranks are be
ing thinned, and we are called away
The Master says "be ye also ready,
May 10, 1919.
H. A. ALBRIGHT.
W. R. ASHWORTH,
... ... u..n,ir . iiiiii nui. - i i st . -
pitals There. A mde Jonnson, u. raniora, j. m. Ntciy,
caught the 8Kn'" u u "h'take"". J- oss.
the trip up the Rhine. It was a beau . cmBt&hle.
tiful sunny aay -m" -ig a very Treasurer: F. E. Byrd;
It" itfbankB are literally dotted wito Troy Elect, Town Official.
towns and small cities j rou M- Xroy eleoted Ming onn
are coverea wiiu w - . . iMt week:
casties. There .was a Tfiy gooa i M,yo, w L. Cochran.
turer aboard wno VT, "d bad Town commissioners: J. B. Ewmg,
all the legends ofthe 1Q U. C. Dunn, 1. S. Fife, Frank Huiley,
a pretty littl legend to connect M Nicholson.
every rain. . f -mions to , . 7. '
The oermans iitd"v"--;. I nave teas uian bou patients now, the
iii.uc . f. ti m. to De taKen in me matter unui ml
fbridge, petitioners to pay lor mi ma. hio-hwav under consideration
ni for hriiiure. ana pay an i . . : t:i.-..
" 1 . . i . . Y. n irnm JVBIieuurv vim wucit- w - 111
of cost of road, 8aia roaa mance county is determined.
feet in width and standard road in aH J o
respects as per specifications others, it is ordered that a road be
tinned in oono. , niif .f.m r.pdnr PaIIr to intersect
Committee com ng : oeiore wo - ;: rv -f- m ,Vorth.
improving and beauttfng ' river lmjlIle4St nc cm arrival
and It mint be a great tomlltatloi iw m q' W, ara hoping that
them to ee the boats PV there will be still more improvement
down this wonderful T Vu' In health conditions and that rhe poiv-
the flags of the aUied nations, fcn er that be will decide to relieie one
renbrestteto. lhe mot wonderroi hospitals in operation here,
on we nvm, f. ;. I ana we, or course nope that we will
at the Junction e mow I the on6 roiiered. thus far we are
and Rhine and old glory la flrtnjr trora aDJlbIa to tte aljrrttest hint as to
iU ataff, and I want to aay P"- time we will be ordered home, but
inar that it U a wonderful sign Rinc we are now the oldest evacua-
We returned f rom our river trip aoouv 1, m tn6 anny o) oocop,-
, est at Coblena Cobleni U WT We are awaitin the outcome of the
. Amarlcan army 01 occu 1 iv ..f Mn,.
pation. It it T(tHnJ . It tf0M Md 1 ra,fn y anticipations,
city of about 60m Inhabitant, k that will hurry the old travel
is at the Junction of the Mosei ana Qrten j milke t ht y,
Rhine. .The largest ir'"" personnel of evacuation hospital No.
ne in the world is situated at tni ' 12. We were anxious to get over and
. I iui Im 'Ilia mxm hM nAW ha-tha
i au - tiv vv Miot vi v
we are more anxious
TTniia iMinU eovi I mailed vou
"IraVw.n,. Bttndar night on ?everal view, of .the Interesting thing.
n " , .nj Krr ved I saw on my trip wrougn uie itnine
tha nine o'clock Pf JTthmn Lmntry. They should reach you as
home r The eolonel soon a. this letter,. There U nothiiiiM
XrS-SM .Ordered the rar Interesting I can tell yem about my u
".'v. .ution 00 we were except tha I am enjoying goon nui,
Sedloni 'w'eathci -w-
t,.Tlftd falrir decent weather I am, - , . ,
. , nt rvral dsyi and theiew
..Ml A.n off in ilcknesa. We
1...1mi lit! TWO !
nernU Uatr Wllhelm. It mu - VfTnl SST
feel Very much out 01 P' 7 to be on our
tha bu Idlnga arouna u biu
!- -Kkoif nf nitrh Pme road. It f8
therefore ordered that for the sum of
$2280.00 the county win finish i-ald
road a distance of aTwutK miles
on condition that road force be al
lowed free access to gravel nlong road
side, with understanding that payment
for work on said road shall be made
with the one eranted from Worth
ville to Gray's Chapel, Provided, that
this road is placed under the ame re
strictions as the worthviiie-oray-s
Chanel road. I. e., that no steps to
ward construction be taken until the
State Tilghway mentioned above is dc-termined.
It is Ordered that the hearing nf the
o'clock a. m. May 15, 1919.
On motion this meeting stands ad
journed to May 15th, 1919 , ot 10
W. L. WARD, Chnirman.
C. C CHEEK, Secretary.
V152TSrt Mr. Brady be Mntkontrovey over the Coleridge-Car-
U Vi ,t rood from Doug Picrce't wage roaa oe postponen nnni xu
place to Davidson cormty line, ann mm
the sum 01 ww.w o u.puv
to place road in passable cordlf on.
Tf u nrAmA that as appropriation
be made to trade up road twenty feet
wide 1 rom atwut. Tsnw"
Greensboro gravel road, to renvoi
road to High Point, near Daniel Fsr-
l0Tt"'ls ordered that, gravel road be
granted from graded road at D. V.
Davis' via Marlboro churcn to High
Polnt-Randleman gravel road, about
east of church at most suitable point,
aa decided by Mr. Brady.
It ordered that road ?-wn Kobt
L. Moffltt's to Q. H. Davis' store on
road be. and the same is
hereby declared a public highway.
CHAI MUffTA BEGINS AT
ASHEBORO NEXT WEEK
Will Be Held .On School Ground
Arrangements are being made by
the local Chautauqua committee for
the opening of Chautauqua on Frl.lay,
May 23rd. The programs now In the
hands of the Asheboro peopln are the
most Interesting that Ashboro has
ever had. Many prominent speaker
throughout the country will be here
On petition of W. G. BroVaw and and the entertainment will be of a
ethers, it i ordered that the roaa mgn cia, veryDoay in tnu county
leading from Falrview aWIng via the shoftld avafl ttiemaalvM of tho oppor
iwl tit W G. Brokaw and otheT. to tnnity of taking in the Chrttaurnia.
Caraway echS hT Z Intersect with Km j? ha. been aaM before, t. Red
the Aaheboro-Trlnity road be graded path Chautauqua will be in Aiheooro
and top soiled, the elUien. to pay mv thl. year Instead of the 8warthmort,
half the axnenM. the countv one-half, which ha. been ilng annoMly for
Provided, that it W rnoorwo-i nn ww p- 1 r
agr that Mr. W. G. Brokaw wilt qua will be held on the tchtni ground.
furnUh free of all eort all terial a. nwaU , v
for the constroctlon of all eulrerM - -
ind bridf. needed on aaW road. Pnd ' Errv Uttle make, a nkle-Buy
that be will furnish a traction ergrne w. 8. B. . '
At a meetingof the Board of Edu .
cation May the 3rd, it was definitely
decided to bold a County summer v
School at Asheboro during the sum
mer. This school will take care of the
institute which was to have been held
last fall but was postponed on account .
of the influenza. 'All classes of teach
ers will be required to attend. ,
Mrs. T. is. Johnson, a member or
the State Board of Examiners, met
the county superintendent and planned
to begin it the 28th of July and con
tinue it for four weeks or1 until, tne v
23rd of August. There will be -
many as four instructors and more wia
be added if the attendance justifies it.
This will be a great opportunity lor t
teachers who now hold second grade
certificates to- - stand, an examination
and make first grades so ' they can rt
qualify for the increased salaries
which wilbe paid this year. A'so
those teachers who hold nrst grau'J
certificates will be given an oppprm-....
nity to renew them for'two years.
T. FUfflUttJSK bulla,
Official Denial is Made Thai Farmer . '
High School is to be Discon
tinued Tt lias been rumored that Farmer
high school will be discontinued and
that some other place will get it. I
wish to say that there has never beea
any such decision made by the county .,
or State board of education. It has .
not so much as been discussed, by
either board. Any students who aiV
making plans to go to Farmer next -fall
can rest assured that the higli ,
school will not be abandoned.
T. FLETCHER BULLA,
County Superintendent. ;
RABID DOG CAUSED MUCH
ANXIETY IN ASHEBORO
Randolph Camp, No. 1646, U. C. V,
Whereas it has pleased our Heavenly
Father to remove from our Camp
during the year ending May 10, 1019
the following veterans: Z. A. Cran
ford, R. L. Coltrane, J. N. Caudle, D
G. McMasters, W. F. McCrary and V
Resolved, that we, in annual moot
ing assembled, deplore the departure
of our brothers, out bow in humble
submission to the will of our God
who is too wise to err and too good
to afflict his children unnecessarily.
That we cherish the memories of
our departed comrades as me 3 of eour
age. loyalty and love lor our South
land, and we extend to their families
our sympathy In their bereavement
May lOth, 1919.
W. R. ASHWORTH,
H. A. ALBRIGHT,
After the meeting was adjorrned
the veterans were taken in cars to the
west end of Sunset avenue where they
joined the parade. .They seemed to
enjoy the aay as much as any one
they ever spent in Asheboro. After
the dinner was served as is their cus
tom they together with the Daughter
of the Confederacy went to the ceme-terl-
where a short memorial senrlce
was held. Dr. C. L. Whitaker led In
prayer after which a song followed.
Mrs. B. F. Dixon then made a splendid
talk te the veteran, in which .he
briefly' recounted some incidents con
cerning the Civil War and palJ encL
of the veteran, an affectionate fare
well aaylng that she with each one of
them was going down the hill of life.
The Randolph Chapter of the Daugh
ter, of Confederacy then decorated the
grave, of the Confederate vteran
who have answered tha last ca!L
Congressman Burnett died Sudden
ly at hi. home at Gadden, Alabama,
Tuesday night ,
Fourteen Persons in Raleigh Taking
There has been much excitement In
Asheboro for the past few days oyer
a rabid three-month's old puppy which,
belonged to Mr. J. H. McCain. The
puppy had seemed very vicious for the
past two weeks but had suddenly got-..
ten more so but Mr. McCain and the :
family thought that it was becbOM
the children in the neighborhood teas
ed the puppy. So about the middle ot
last week the puppy became so fierce
that Mr. and Mrs. Fess Newsora took
him to their home to try te rontrol
him. Mr. Newsom also brought tha
puppy to the Central Motor Car Co
where he seemed to have bitten a num
ber of people. Mr. McCain and
two of his children, and tinea
of Mr. Humble's children and two of
Mr. E. E. Lewallen'. children. Mr.
and Mrs. Fess Newsom and Mr. Babe
Burney have all gone to Raleigh where
they are undergoing Pasteur treat
ment as a consequence of having been
bitten by this puppy.
The only signs of hydrophobia were -the
flcrccneo. of the dog and tha fact
that on Friday morning he waa found
dead. Hi. head was sent to Raleigh
and analysis showed that he Wat rabid.
Judge H. T. Phillip, of Duvldsoa
Judge H. T. Phillip, who for ir.ny
year, was clerk of tha court of Da
vidson county, died. In a hospital la
Asheville last week. m. remain, wera
brought to Lexington where thev
awaited the arrival of Malar Wad
Phillips, who reached Hoboken, N. J
about the time of hi. father's death.
The funeral was conducted in Lex
ington on last Thursday, after hlrh
interment followed In the old family
cemetery at Yadkin College. Mr.
Phillip Is survived by two son, Pto
feesor Bobard Phillip., of Boston, ami
Major Wade Phillip, and one ditih
tr, Mr. Carl Owen, of Lexington.
Peware of .mull frpnr; -leak
will .Ink a tig ship l:uy V,'. :;. . .