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0 / 75
A YEAR IN ADVANC3
,. , -,
Asftcbora, North Cailhu, Tauasay, July 17, 1919
. RANDLEMAN CHRYS-'
To Be Held U School Building Satur
day Nor. 1st 191,Doors Open at ,
- . tat Pj. lL;yj--
The LadiesAid Society, invites you
to come. All proceeda go towards keep
up the parsonage, Children Home and
to help the '.' needy of the town. Fol
, lowing is a list -of prizes givia by . the
d enerous people of the town: .,. .
V'-lst largest bloom on -potted, plant
.. as on a N. Riillii. t -r.-, ..;
2nd largest bloom. on potted plant
MM W T Rrvnnt. ' (
3rd largest bloom on potted plant,
!,;, T. M Cniulla. . K
4th largest lloom on potted plant.
.50 C. M. Hunt. . ;
1st best collectcn potted plant3,
Prize -Randleman Store Co.
2nd best collection potted ' plants,
$2.00 S. E. Kirkman.
3rd best collection potted plants,
$1.00 Charles Nelson. -
4th best collection potted . plants,
. $1.00 J. Er Parker. ' .
1st largest white 3 or moreTjlooms,
gold piece, $2.50 R. P. Deal.. i
2nd largest white 8 or, more blboms,
$1.00 J. F. Williams.
1st largest yellow-3 or more blooms.
Prize Randleman Bar. House.
2nd largest yellow 3 or more blooms,
$1.00 M. S. Sherwood.
1st largest pink 3 or more blooms,
$2.50 R. W. Farlow.
2nd largest pink 3 or more blooms,
' $1.00 J. A. Ivey.
1st largest lavender 3 or more
blooms, Ladies' Home Journal A. B.
2nd largest lavender 3 or more
blooms, $1.00 S. G. Newlin.
1st largest bronze 3 or more blooms,
$1.00 J. A. J. Farrington.
2nd largest bronze 3 or more blooms,
$1.00 T. E. Hanner.
1st largest red, 8 or more blooms,
one pair Plymouth Rock chickens B.
2nd largest red 3 or more blooms,
1st largest ostrich plume 6 or more
bloom3, any color, $1.60 E. P. Hayes.
2nd largest ostrich plume 6 or more
blooms, any color, $1.00 Ralph Rus
1st potted plant, Anemone, greatest
v number blooms, JU)0W. Hinshft'"
2nd potted plant,! Anemone, great
est number blooms, prize C. A. Lamb.
1st most perfect blooms on potted
plant, yellow, $2.00 W. C. Hinshaw.
2nd most perfect blooms on potted
plant, yellow, $1.00 J. L. Hunt.
1st best collection cut flowers, 8
vases, itz.ou r. j. ovory. ,
2nd best collection cut flowers, 8
vases, piece ol lurniture, Kancueman
3rd best collection cut flowers, 8
vases, prize u. W. hiiiiott.
4th Dest collection cut flowers, 8
vases, $1.00 John Ferguson.
1st best white 4 or more in a vase,
2nd best white 4 or more in a vase,
$1.00 Charley Harden. v
. 1st best pink 4 or more in a vase,
$1.50 Dr. Sumner.
2nd best pink 4 or more in a vase,
$1.00 C. M. Sawyer.)
1st best yellow 4' or more in a vase,
$2.00 shirtwaist Wagger Clothing Co.
2nd best yellow 4 or more in a vase,
$1.00 W. F. Ivey.
1st best lavender 4 or more in a
vase, 2-lb. bag of flour P.rl Roller
mit - .. . . "
' 2nd best lavender 4 or motti in a
vasei $li)0 W. A. Bfown; v
1st best bronn 4 or more in a rase
prize I W. Lineberry. . '
'' 2nd best bronze 4 or more in a vase,
nn. Mil 1?faal1 I '
1st best mixed colors 6 or more Ian
a vase,, any color,. Prize rrann. i al
ley. ' ' ' ;
. 2nd "best mixed colors 6 or more in
' ft vase any color $1.00 8. N. Bowman.
1st best ostrich pbne 6 or more id ft
vase any color. Prize C L. Dobson. .
2nd best ostrich plume or more la
ft vase any color $1.00 C L. Brook
hire. f f .
1st best ftnement & or more,' any
color, $1.00 W. T. Ferguson, : , '
; 2nd best anemena 9 or more, any
' color, box ladies' .handerchives Will
V Xlrkmaa. . ';';' "
"I- 1st best red 4 or more Jn vasa $1.00
..; A. 11 Floyd. ' ' " ' -
2nd best red 4 or more In rase, pair
1st best pound cak pelco of cut
glass Randleman D. Store. ' .
2nd best pound cake $L00--Lay
;. Kirkman. ' - ... : '
' 1st best black chocolaU cake 1 pair
. silk house J. J. Lamb.' ; t -A -
; ' 2nd black chocolaU cake $1.00-t-C.
'P. Kirkman.'. -. . ' . ' ' ", '
lt best layer cake, bo stationary,
- -2nd best layer. ' cake $1)0 Ray
auaie. , , '
Bet 4 plaU ' chocolaU $1.00Dolpii
,V Beath. - l.
t Iet plate of mints, $1 tlr. Trve.
i Bet plate of furfffo XO J. A. Lrob.
' Ht plaU of sea-foam .SO J. y
. HalL - ,
A rTte et pwp-orn ball iXO J.
' M. Alld.
BY flARVM HARRIS
' On Saturday morning July 12, Edgar
Farlow went to the home of Marvin
Harris, Tabernacle township this
county, so the report is, and found
Harm in his kitchen porch where be
had gone from the field to get a drink
of water. While there was bo eye wiU
nees to the killing except Mrs. Harris,
the wife of Marvin Harris, and accord
ingto hpr statement it is understood
that the facts are about as follows:
A" day or two before this, Marvin
Hrri had gone to Mr. Farlow's and
delivered to him a check in favor of
Harris by B. F. Morgan. The check was
delivered . by Harris r to Farlow and
Farlow gave it back to him end says
"I will give you $2.50 not to takethe
colt. Harris replied that he needed the
coty or he would not have agraed to
purchase' it Harris handed the check
back and went Away. On the morning
the shooting occurred, according to the
testimony, Mr. Farlow went to Har
ris' home and announced to Mr. Har
ris that he had come to get the horse
and Harris too. whreunoh. Harris
standing in his porch, ordered him off
his premises, then it Was, it is claimed,
that Farlow attempted, to ' put his
hand in his hip pocket and draw a
pistol, and then Harris reached over
the door and got his gun and shot
Farlow. Farlow was standing near the
door when shot, and ran a few steps
into the road, and died in a few min
utes. No pistol was found on the per
son of Farlow a considerable time
after several people had been there
Harris, went immediately to the tele
phone "and called the doctor and sher
iff, and went on back Jo the field and
went to work until the sheriff came.
No preliminary hearing has yet been
Jitney Line Established Between
Asheboro and Greensboro
Moose's jitney line has this week
been 'established between Aeheboro
and Greensboro and operates under
the following schedules:
Leave Asheboro 10:30 AM arrive in
J Greensboro 12:30 PM.
Leave Asheboro 4:30 PM arrive in
Greensboro 6.30 PM
Leave Guilford Hotel 7i8ttM arrive
leave Guilford Hotel 1:30 I'M arrive
in Asheboro 3.30 P. M
Fare $1.50 one way.
This jitney line will doubtless bo a
great convenience to the people of this
section or country and all along the
Mr. Rush Lasiter and Miss Evelyn
j ones were married in Charlotte
July 5, v
Mr. Lassiter is the oldest son of Mr,
J. M. Lassiter, formerly of Asheboro,
now of Norfolk Virginia. Mrs. Las
siter is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Jones, of Charlotte. The family
formerly lived in Asheboro. where Mr.
Jones was employed in the Courier
office. bnde is a bright r.nd at
tractive young woman.
The young couple will make their
home in Norfjlk, where Mr. Lassiter
has a goverment position.
Mr. Colon Buntinir and Miss Etta
IBonkemeyer were 'married yesterday
rooming at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde 8 tyres-in South Assheboro
Dr. C- L. Whitaker , preformed the
ceremony. - ,r.
Mr, Bunting is a son of the late
William Bunting, . who lives . a few
miles wst of :-Asheboro. Ha was Top
Sergeant m Co. K. and served with dis
tinction in, France, taking part in the
memorable battle of Cambrai, when
the Hlndenburg line was broken. He,
also served on the Mexican border in
1916-17. Mrs. -Bunting is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrsi G. B. Bonkemeyer,
formerly of Asheboro, now. of Higa
Point Rout , 8, and is an attractive
young my. ' Mr. and Mrs. , .Bonke
meyer ars spending their1 honeymoon
at Moore Springs. , j . r ,
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DIXIE DAIRY COMPANY , OF
HIGH ' POINT A ESTABLISHING
' SUB. 8TATIONS IN RAN- t
, ; DOLPS. COUNTY '
- Prof. J.' D. Jarris, and Messrs. G. M.
Buck and G. E, Adams, of High Point
were in Asheboro the Utter part of
last Week.' These men have organized
the Dixie Dairy Company in High
Point and are establishing receiving
stations at different points in Ran
dolph county. - c,t t ; v - v -
Asheboro will bar a receiving stat
ion for cream and the citizens or Ran
dolph can find a market for their cream
either in Asheboro or at soma other
sUtio in the county; This will be a
peat Industry for it will enable the
hoMWrivM to sell their cream ' near
home and save having to go to . the
trou&ia of so much extra labor in the
ao fTrom time to time' announce
nwwita will be mail ol the plans of the
oompMty, it has not been deeideD who
will charge cf ' the ' receiving
start' in. Ah,boro. There will be
nx.t --i t Trinity July 21 t, Ajhe
Wto iuiy 22 and Donton July 23 at
8:21 ft tn. T)) WnN in AXhphoro
f,,i- - . n wi'.l 1 rn out et tVe
r ' r ' "V ' r I t r
Mr. J. G.Cox, of Franklmville, was
in town on business ' last Saturday
Miss Rosa Rash and, little nephews
and niece, James, Gordon, and Helen
York, are enjoying an outing of two
weeks at Jackson Springs.
Mr. J. M. Hoover, of the Dixie'
Dairy Company, High Point, was in
town last Saturday in the interest of
the creamery to be established in
Mr. J. W. Richardson, of Seagrovee,
was in town on business last Satur
day and gave The Courir office a
Mr. Richard Lassiter returned last
week from a visit to his father Mr. J.
M. Lassiter, and his brother Mr. Rush
Lassiter, in Norfolk. Virginia,
Mr. T. T. Redding, of Asheboro
Route 2, was in town last Saturday
afternoon and called at the office to
renew his subscription to The Courier,
Mr. Redding had' with him his little
son, Clifford Wilson Redding, a bright
little boy of three years,
Mr. and Mrs. John York and children
visited relatives at Ramsjur last Sun
day. Miss Florence York, of Central
Falls, was the guest of her cister, Mrs.
Henry Pugh, last Saturday afternoon.
Capt. Henry Ingram, of Company
E. 321st Infantry, 81st Division, was
recently transferred to the 7th division
of the regular army and is now at
Camp Funston, Kansas. A picture of
Capt. 'Ingram was published in last
Miss Laura Freeman, of Seagrove,
was in Asheboro shopping last Satur
day. Mrs I. C. Moser returned home last
week from a two weeks' visit to the
family of her father, Rev. D. H. Tut
tle, at Washington, this state.
Mr. W. A. Young, of Jubilee, David
son county, who was principal of Far
mer High School, for the term 1917-18,
has been elected principal of Church
land High School, Davidson county, for
next year. Mr. Young has been with
the A. E. F. in France, the past year,
returning home a few weeks ago,
Mr. J. W. Lassiter. who holds a
povernment Dosition in Norfolk, Vir
ginia, is in Asheboro, visiting relatives
anA fi-ionria tViis week.
Miss Lanta Winslow U In New Tort
City, attending (the Sampler School of
Rev. W. H. Hall, of High Point,
comes to Asheboro as the new pastor
nf the Bantist church. Kev. Mr. Hall
and family will move to Asheboro this
Mrs. C. C. Muse, who underwent a
serious operation at the High Point
hospital a- few days ago, is doing as
well as could be expected says the High
Point Enterorise. Mrs. Muse has many
friends in Asheboro, who wish for her
n hiipmIv recovery.
Mr. George Lowe, of High Point,
who has been overseas witn Dose nos
nitnl Mn fiS. thz unit organized by Dr.
T W l onw'. of Greensboro, has landed
in the United States and gone to Camp
Mills, New Jersey, to await discharge
from the service. Mr. Lowe is of a Ran
dolph family, a son of Mrs. Mollie
Lowe, who with her husband,
the late Sam Lowe, moved from this
county. He is a nephew of the late N.
M. T.nwe. of Asheboro.
Miss Daisy Osborne, formerly of
Worthville, and a teacher in tlw Aflhe
Wn oraded school several years ago,
has recently been elected a teacher of
the fifth grade in main street school,
High Pomt. Miss Osborne wui aiso
teach a class -in art She has- studied
art at the University of North Car
clina and Columbia University.
Mr. J. 'B. Wallace, of Glcndon,
formerly of Asheboro, was i town
on business several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will romodel
their residence on Old Main street, and
movo kick to Asheboro this Tall.
. Miss Cletus Burgess, of High Point,
formerly a teacher In the Asheboro
graded school has resigned her position
sj teacher of the sixtn grade in nam
street school. High Point, and accept
ed a i permanent position 'with the
Chamber ox commerce, in i an city.
Mr. 8. A. Pickett, of. Asheboro
Route 8 was among those in town
Tuesday of court. ;
' Mr. O. VZ.- Stncey, of the Chevrolet
Motor Company, was in town represen
ting his business last Monday.. .
Mr. G. G. BrrtL who recently return
ed from overseas, was the guest of
his ristcr, Mrs. F. L. Brooks, a day or
two this week. Mr. Byrd, while in the
army wasa member of Co, H. 223d
Infantry.- He landed in the United
States, June 14, and was mustered out
at Camp Lee,-Virginia, June 26. He
has now . gone to Durham to take a
position I with ' Elrd'a . Department
Store.:' ;( ... -,'V; ' '.
CoL W.v P. Wood, State Auditor, was'
the roei t of relatives la town the past
week-end, returning to Raleigh; Tues
day. ..-'- V-
Mr. and Mrs. p. F. Newby and fam
II v left Tuesday of this week for
Grenboro, where ther . will make
their . fatura home. Mr. and - Mrs.
Kewhr have bouirht a nice residence
at 05 Went I street. - . . I
Dr. C A. Havworth. of Coleridge,
wss in town lat Monday. - ,
Mr. C E. AOen is moving Ms (tore
from the tirwwnt slto on Worth dtrwt,
to the old drpsrtmmit stre btiildine
on Rotith i'syrttrrille trvt, half
which bviMinjT h" bn rflirrhnnM by
Mr. Allrn from r. M. V. l'nrinh.
Llifn'njr rlnuV Ui T' ' : rn of
'fr. I m'. n !' - !. rt V - 1 !
utTATE ROAD CONVENTION
Tke annual convention of the North
Carolina Good Roads Association will
be. held at Wrightsville Beach, August
13, y 15, inclusive. The. State Associ
ation Of county, commissioners and
the North Carolina automobile asso
ciation will be in session at Wrights
rille at the same time, and joint meet
ings on road matters will be held by
the. three bodies.
CAROLINA MOTOR COMPANY
TO OPEN NEW GARAGE
The Carolina Motor Company, or
ganized by Messrs. H. W. Walker and
John: I. Erwin, will open their new
gavage next week. They will occ'upy
theinew brick building on North
street; where Mr. J. A. York's livery
stable tormferly stood.
Ir. D. S. Coltrane Expected Home
County Farm Demnnstratnr TV S
Coltewe, who underwent an operation
for Appendicitis at the High Point hos-
Dital. two WPcl.-S Vino silffiripnt-lv
recovered that he expects to return
wus weeic. Beginning next Saturday
Mr.Coltrane will be in his office in the
mornings. Those wishing to see him in
the irfternoons can call et the Central
Hotel. Mrj Coltrane has, gotten along
remarkably well since his operation.
t COUNTY WELFARE OFFICER
Ai a ioint msetinir r.f t.Vi mnnh
board of education and the county com
misuioners last wIf. Mr Tm w;
Was elected county welfare officer for a
term oi six months, as told in last
week's Courier. Mr. Hinshaw's duties
will begin August 1. He is to look after
youthful offenders against the law and
A . . i Jt . , .
ujr ,w aave tnem irom incarceration
Withi Older and mnm hrrfpTlprl primin.
als. -Hi8 salery will be $100 a month.
Randolph Superior Court ,
Thet'scivil term of Randolph Superior
Court is in session this wppV wnth
JUdgjp W. J. Adams, presiding.
Up to the" hour of going to press,
the Only case taken up has been the
land i case of H. F. Lewallen, E. E.
Lewsllen, and Willis Luck and wife
vS,. Vt. F., McDowell. This case has not
beeMisposed of as yet.
IN RANDOLPH COUNTY
Mrs. Coggins, Home Demonstration
worker left the latter part of last week
lor .Lake Junaiuska, where she will
spend some time. The home demon
distraticn work has been temporairly
discontinued in this county.
If you spend your money and get
your moneys worm what kick can
Mr. Charlie Cameron, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cameron, of
Liberty,) was kicked by a m :le and
suffered a broken leg as a result,
sitting. Her limbs were blistered by
the flash and one of the children was
right badly shocked, though not
A movement is on foot among the
city fathers to pavo the streets of, the
town with asphalt and extend the
concrete sidewalks throughout the
principal parts of the. town. The plan
is for the property owners on either
side to pay a third each and the town
pay the other third of the cost of side
walks and streets.
Miss Dora Redding, of Back Creek
townshin. was in town list Tuesday.
Among the callers at The Courier
office yesterday, were Messrs., J. A.
Sikes, Seagrove; W. A. Kime, Liberty;
and M. Farlow. Seaarove.
Sunerintendent Frank Wood, of
Trinity high school, is in town on busi
-.Mr. Monroe Routh has sold his farm
on Pole Cat Creek, one mile east of
Randleman, with his roller mill to the
Riverside Milling Company, of Ran
dlpman. The eomDany expects to
build a nower slant on the place pur
chased from Mr. Routh. Thero is one
nower plant In operation one mile
above Randler.t.an already.
1 Mi Kate Phillips is at Black
Mountain for an. outing of sovcral
days. - " .
Mr. J. A. Wolfe, of Rural Hal. has
recently purchased from Mr. Win. C
Hammer the store building on worm
street, which for the past several
months has been oecunied by Mr. C E.
Allen; Mr. Wolfe is putting a line of
dry goods and clothing in toe ouueung.
. Miss Ara Rida-e. of Mechanic, has
accepted ft posiition 111 the office of
County supreintendent i. t . uoiia.'
Tire conservation ' Day will be ob
served at the ; Central Motor Com
pany's garage next Saturday, an ex
pert tire specialist will be present to
explain the car of automobile tires.
Mr. W. IL Wheeler, of Liberty was
in' town yesterday on business. Mr.
Wheeler Is .proprietor of the liberty
Nurserr Comoanr. a prosperous con
cern which has been in operation for
the part four years. .'''
Messrs. J. M. Vanwerry and,, J. F.
Dorset! of Randleman, were in town
yesterday en business, v .
Mrs. Eliza Walker, i widow of the
Into Milton Walker, is very ill at the
home of Jict neoehter-ln-law, Mrs. J,
A. Wsikor. . in Back Creek township.
Hrr recovery is not expected.
Mr. jf. M. Crowon, of Asne'wro
Route 2 wax nmonsf the court Visitor!
'n In-t Tiifdry,
l:-fr ' '!', J. Finch, of Tr'n'tv
THE HAGUE MAN
KIND'S ONLY HOPE
PRESIDENT WILSON LAYS PEACE
TREATY BEFORE CONGRESS
IN FORTY-MINUTE SPEECH
The peace treaty with its league of
nations . covenant was laid before the
Senate last Thursday by President
Wilson in an address, accounting to
the country for his part in the nego
tiations at Versailles.
The league, declared the President,
was born of the conviction of prac
tical statesmen that an international
concert had become a world necessity
to end the old order and guarmtee
civilization. He declared that in such
a concert the world looked confidently
to America for leadership, and added
that, while the treaty might not be ex
actly as the American delegation
would have written it, no vital princi
ple had been sacrificed by the necessa
The President declared that Ameri
ca today is a world power, if we but
accept the moral leadership. The
League of Nations is not merely an
instrument to remedy old wrongs un
der a new treaty of peace, but it is
the "only hope for mankind." The
American soldiers carried the great
laeais oi a irec people at their hearts,
and with that vision were uncon
querable. Their fighting made vic
When the President entered the
Senate chamber, he was received with
cheers, heard in grave silence, and
then left in another burst of cheers.
Class in Hygiene and Nursing
Mrs. Mildred TTavomvA. flniiTitv F.dn
cational Nurse, will conduct a class in
home nursins: and hvsriene at
Mrs. I. M. Dorsptt's Farmpr .Tul-.r 9.S
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Report of County Nurse
Mrs. Mildred Hargrave, county edu
cational nv.rse, was kept quite busy
last week. During the ix days, be-
ginning July -7, and ending July 12,
Mrs. Hargravo wrote a number of let
ters concerning the organization of
classes, visited numbers of tuberculosis
and typhoid cases, gave instructions
for their-nursing and care, adminis
tered a number of doses of typhoid
vaccine, gave instructions in pre-natal
care, visited maternity cases, gave
demonstrations in bed-making and
bathing at Farmer and Back Creek,
made a talk to the Ladies' Aid at
Ramseur, and rendered service to va
rious other people.
Prof. N. C. English, of Trinity Town
ship, Member of Board of
Education i'rof. N. C. English, of Trinity town
ship, was during the past legislature
appointed a member of the Randolph
county board of education in place of
Mr. J. T. Wocd whos; term ha? ox
pired. Mr. English met with the
board last week.
A Deplorably Stupid, Ignorant,
and Gross Misrepresentation
Editor of The Courier N
When giving a lesson in orthography
last week at the summer school which
I am conducting in my church at
Bailey's Grove, I told the pupils that
I had two boys to teach in Ireland
(where I was a literary teacher for 18
years) vho were wretched spellers.
One of the words that they repea1
edly missed is the word "assassinate."
I cured them of ever missing the
word again in the following way:
A dull, stupid fellow is often called
an "ass" or "donkey" in Ireland and
England; and- frequently in America
too. "Don't you see boys," said I,
"that there are two asses in it."
The two boys laughed. heartily, and
they neves missed the word "assassi
But now comes in the serious part
of the story.
A little boy went home from the
school Scat week and told his mother
that the preacher had said "there were
two boys in the school, and that they
had two asses." The conseouence is
that a determined attempt u being
made to r boycott me; and certain
people are trying to turn the word
"asses" Into another word of different
spelling, different pronunciation, and
I treat such cowardly mendacity
with the contempt which it deserves.
W. S. T. 1
Case Tractor Demonstration Saturday
Two years ago the practicability of
the tractor on farms of Randolph
country was questionable. This Is ne
longer truo because the tractor people
are now putting out tractoVs rhich are
suitable to the farms which we hare.
I have arranged with the Case tractor
company for a public demonstration
of their 10-18 horsepower tractor to
be Saturday, juiy 19, in wins May mc
Alister's field lust east of Asheboro.
Any farmer interested in this type of
tractor wiu do well t) sea the case
in operation tnd then compare its
work with that of otter tractors of
the same type. The engine . will .be
shown plowing and harrowing. Don't
forget tha' datfl, pswrnsy, juiy 19. .
D. S. COLTRANE.
's ' ' County Agricultural Agent, '
Tho World hM wnitM n Yv timn
ENGINEER FLOYD DAVIS
Engineer Floyd Davis is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Davis, of Sea
grove Route 1. He is an engineer an
the-U. S. S. George Washington.
which has carried President Wilson to
and from the peace conference at
Central Falls News
Mr. J. M. Davis and family of
High Point were visitors here last
Mrs. Roxana Lackey, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. L
Thurber a few weeks has returned to
her home at Asheboro.
Mr. D. W. Hill was married to Mrs.
Burrow of this place Saturday at three
o'clock at the home of Mr. James
Mr. G. G. York his wife Mrs. Anna
and his sister Miss Edna York were
visitors in Pinehurst Sunday.
Mr. Hazel Jarrett of Thomasville, is
visiting rltives here. & I 1SC3
Rev. r . W. Cook is visiting u
Methodist Centenary Exhibition at
Mr. Colon Spoon and Miss Vera
Allred were visitors in town Sunday.
Mr. Albert Williams and daughter
were visitors in Randleman, Saturday.
Mias Madge Trogdon of Raudleniaiti
spent Saturday and Sunday wifl
friends in this place. 1
Mr. E. O. York and family were
visitors in Randleman Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davis
a baby girl.
Mr. Roy Cullor of High Point was a
visitor in town Saturday evening.
Miss Bessie Rollins of Thomasville.
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Rollins.
Mr. J. M. Ca veness, of Asheboro,
was in town one day last week.
Mr. D. N. Hamilton who has been
quite ill is recovering.
Mr. J. W. Rollins has been called to
Winston' for medical examination bf
the U. S. Government.
Mr. Z. Hinshaw died last Wednesday
and was buried at Giles Chapel Thurs
day. He is survived by his wife aod
thiee sons. .
Mr. Leroy Crotts has just returned
from a northern trip, on which he vis
ited Washington, Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, Wilmington, Delaware, At
lantic City, New Jersy, and other
places. He represents the Maryland
Life Insurance Company, of Baltimore
and they gave him this trip for doing
good business this year.
Mr. Lee A. Briles and family ara
visiting home folks in Virginia this
Repeal Daylight Savings law
Vetoed by President
The daylight savingc law was rescu
ed from repeal last Saturday, when -Prsideht
.Wilson vetoed the agri
cultural appropriation bill. The Presi- '
dent also, at the same time vetoed tba
Sunday civil appropriation bill because,
he said by restricting funds it crippleA
the work of rehablitating and restoring
disabled soldiers and sailors to dvi
THREE ASHEBORO MEN
RETURN FROM QVERSEAS
Messers. Carl Page Carl Richard-'
son and Auther Preenell arrive in new
Relatives of Arthur PresnelL Carl
Richardson and Carl Page received
messages on last Saturday announcing
their arrival at camp MDls . N.
These three Asheboro men enlist1
with Dr. Long's unit and went oversew
last year. They hare . been in Bam.'
Hospital No. 65 since their arrival ft ,
France. It is expected that they will
at aa early data be mastered out .. -.
111 ... -v.;-'
Fsrmer's and Farm Women's InatttaU
I hare completed arrangements for
the holding of three Farmers' and
Farm Women's Institutes. ' - ,
The Institutes will be held as
lows: - ':..-.';-.--.:. . l
, Ehiloh, Monday, August 4. .:
'Why Not, Monday night Argust sj,,
'I Marlboro, Tuesday, August 6,
Program is yet iocomplcta but wffl
be published lator. Fanner in these
communities should be looking f onrmnt
to tbM Institutes and enlisting rntrro
est of every farmer in cornmnnilv. A
good way to do this Ls to plnn fnf a
basket picnle the dny of ti ' !,
v . . D. s. ooltiian::.
V Cwtety Agricult.in.l Aft