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The lr. I V a v T. .:.Le. ,'
Summer fecnoul v.; s o; si,'..-d Mon.L y
morninj w.th . ouvj L.m . ..-d teach- -present.-
.The school K tj!.-r t' e Li
mediate direction cf i'l.f. 11. E. J". i
telle, 'formerly-6i:T'ei'inU-riUfiit of t,.e
Lumberton City Schoo'.s "d sutm-"i-tendent
of Education f -r EdgecorU
county. - With County tupfirinterii!. 1 1
Bulla and Prof. St die is associated a I
staff of educational -workers wl.o-i
beguntheir four wee' s' course of in-
..'struction wiih aa cxculcr.ce and clC; a-
; siasm -which -promises much for the'
r . benefit of the school teachers. i - ,.
' Mrs, TE. Johnson . of the Ftr.'e
'"Board of Examiners is assisting in tie
; schooL' rla -charge I Vle iniw -..edbi'.-2,
department of the work is Jls Eliza:
Parker of Wake county. - She has hail a
wide and diversified experience in city
and TOral school wosTc. Miss I'lmwll,
rural ( supervisor of Richmond comity,
has chargef the ".primary v .k tsf the
school, v, Directing the department of
. leading, writing mid language "is Miss
:-. Elbie Mitterrand directing the "instruc
. tion in sanitation and hygiene is "Miss
.Hargrava, - our 'Oounty health nurse.
) 'County Aigritultural , Agent - Coltrane
Tias direction ofthe agricultural wont.
$ ?? During the course of the scliodl Trof .
-j 12. C.i Brooks," State Superintendent of
"rTubKc Instruction, will visit the school
i 'and address the teachers.' Dr. Cooper,
of the State L'&ard of Health, is com
W ing also. The' Treasury : .Department
will send a lecturer here one day dur
ing the schoul to' lecture- tin thrift. J.
' S. Holmes, Sfafi,e Forester, ledtttred last
: nrghV-; , V
nis Tour'weeKs's sramneT scrrooi is
being held fca accordance with the. pro-'
; visions, made for. such schools "by trie
';)4ast General Assembly? Heretofore it
Vox- ft-n t. r -.,., :i ....
' faistltutes tl. two -weeks toaf ion. Ow-
i 'JMt to tn hwdr of time it -wnSmt rma.
' to arrange any course of ims traction
"great.benf it to the t nchti-s. - -If liie
.-teachers 'desired t6' L.... .re refreshed
- on V subjects ';s to be tauyht in",; their
, .schools to -any marked extent or -cle
-sired a course of traming during the
?;v8Ummei months it was iieceBsary'toitt-
tend :a sunrmer school at one , of ithe
i pollefpa mT th fitfttA? Thi "m ?inw-ftf
: the poor salaries paid neretolore work-
. 'eft ;a haT'dshiw on thoBe -who -attended
' T -IV 1 H in W I II iUl K I M 111 1.I1I H jir.H I tH I . 1 P
this and the need for adequate teachers
straining 'facilities in, very, bounty vl
. the ; atate t made ; provision dr, fheae
:f The flexible organimsfion tif the' sunv
.mer school places it in a position to
., tjneet almost every heed of the teach
,.erj or 'traMBg..;Cotii'ses''ot c-strmv
f'; ,tion are BO-arrailgred that each teacher
,;' can,6tudy these subjects and take such
; training that he or she. will need rhost
Y In the comiirg year's work. Formerly in
the teacher's institutes thei-e 'was ndt
'- meet the necils. .It was nt possible to
.'conduct a course foi every need.'
- --This sum met school and the increas-
ed salaries w hioh tie teaclwrs are aMe
to -comma nil insures more interest in
school work find cmw -mntlv a be'-'or
,h t-.in ever be-
- Fl" ' r i-. a I" t f.o ten.
who bav i ;i to i . 3 t e rer;-..
in t nia: '
j; . ; Tl) ,V' 1 I " "
"V'elina !,r, I, 1 l ! -u ,
j . ,..-
'i.. . , i n , !..( i t . ... r. A,
iau.u", ' -i C, " r "- (
;T;dr;o r. ( , i r
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. tj: - .:; iOI 0 Oct, ' -e:
2 .-.a l .e ... . i o .. ':.i-t, xr.e
I. t in l.;..;.rv, v. ,s e'.octsd during the
ci.i ; .r ' .. i if the district convr-j
:.-, t I.n uau Friday ' of ltstj
t-.-k. i--.ev.as Mrs. i. E.' Stafford.)
UUicr t!- "ales vere Uitory, .Kan-,
:je"sn; ir red N, Tate, High Point; 0.
V. Vtoolev, Grewisboro; 1. F. Craven,
Ra:n-'r; H. '13. Chance, ReWsille; J.;
U. Rc- A.-' boro, and Charles. H.
Ireland, Green ro. The conference of
the district will be held at Jamestown
in July, L-3. JI.-v. Larnhardt, presid
ing elilor, comhicted the sessions, while
l.ev. A. v, J 'Jyler was secretary. ; .
Among the resolutions passed by
the conference was one urging the
withtli-awal - of Coco-Cola advei-tiie-
ments from the Sunday school .liter
ature of ihe Methodist church. The
conference was -also against the' en
couragement of the use of all' soi ts'or
soft brinks, 1 ... ' ' - -
i I'vbL . Iw L. -.: 'Flowers,-' -of .Trinity
collecre, speaking ' just before the : ad-
.jciummrat of the "conference, thrilled
ms - auditors With an eloquent ;.: ad
dress in which without reserve he de
nounced all forms of education,; and
educational tendencies made in Ger
many ind plead most earnestly for an
education based unon religion nd an
unema-,cuiaTPi iiriu.'u tv. - He re
gards a- hei ularied education as a
menace to the nation. - " j
, Hie conference voted to retain the
centenary organization. that was so
snccestful in the drive that Taised
?&2,0JO,000 in the southern church
And the same - organization will be
employed next soring fn a . c-neat re
vival campaiptv that -"wall reach every
hecuon oi ine cnurcn. Kev. Jt. M.
Courtney was present in behalf -"of th
centenary woik. - y
31r. D. M. Sharpe; of .Pleasant Ga-
cien, was recommended to annual-con
reroice for admission m trial.- - '
- 'Thirteen, revivals have "hfn. held 'fn
the district this year" Tesultmg :in '60S
professions of faith and 381 aceessloits
to the church on . prof essron of faith,
wmie d4l nave- pen added by : letter,
making a total -of 724 received- ?th'i
-I .sUw. ;j- Crura in the conieredee
was Eev. Amos iGregson,1 an horrownl
local preacher more than "BO. years of
age, but still vigorous and strong. VSIe
has spent nincb of hislonglife inKan
ilemanj -Where he H -a -patriarch, -yet
he has rendered great service ? else
where. ' At. Durham Je ergahiied the
Sunday school that prew imtothe pTes-
cuv. i uub luetuunui cnurca ana xo
rf4;s-i. li.,, W.C vTi Z. 4 L " 4 ? . lyixi tiayes- was an nis sm , year : ana
which church .belonrred the men ikU -ono
21? il?ee,llun.S.d.ln! all public matters was eagerly ,
21 , T,!imCS' "?ifter' eoughf-by fl classes. Mr, Hayes was'
several miles between rscmonar to i,tw n; i,i ; ,iL
reach his aproratmentsw-. iVf-n
''wn np iTwa tv mjnonn ielected as chairman of the executive
-T DEATHS TN ASHEBORO 1 committee Jor several terms. He rep
' rrrtori i.A7ZT.m -resented the county, in the legislature
'v;aw iT.X -. Vi; r " 7.;. . several terms and always look .lead
f w W 66 dfyrld dre in P' W the. discussions of public
tsthe-fe mJP'W TiTi airt- He. a candidate for speak
wJ;! L'm' f f e house in 1908 and came with
SJ ?-n,i,,cd,i,Ilfem?te":bli a few-votes of being elected, y fie
ry atTleasant Hill cburch, tm Monday. .the .nomination for judge of
Mrs. Barah Bandied at the'honie ft? ILS il l!1
-VAVh " i, Itwv i r -ff -5 I
-North ..-heboro, last Monday after -
Tl Ann n-u na l-.T l -l ; fkrt -Awt
' ry at the l-.H- 1 M. r
elm re h on Mon-
;4 conducted by
i 7 v.-
, "H CO'.lTitT.
.s t )
i 1 .
T ! ' '
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v :.:s. J. S. . . n . ) !
i.::urday it';. r;.. r i .' f
ML-s Lva ta ti' Cdi-i
f:-:.-r,..s here i
.e.-is. - ... .-I ..Ukla.,
Hutson ar.d oi ,.t!S maue a trip .
to .Candor lath Orchards last
securing a nice lot cf reaches..,
Mr. M. C. Free and family an '
E. M. Grady visited friends at 4
hot and Cedar I Sunday aftc-
,lhe young folks enjoyed an e
at the home of J, O. l orrestor :
day. The occasion was in honor of .
Elizabeth Grady who is visiting
cousin, Miss Surah Steed,- and s
relatives. . A-number of young 1
and gentlemen were present; ar
joyed games and music for a -wi
the" parlor- after which tiiey were
fed with delicious cream and cake.
The real estate sale at Mrs. L,
Saturday afternoon was satisfactoi
all concerned. A large crowd attr
and the sale:was dispatched in a 1
ness way in a - very short time.
land brt ught a good price and will no
doubt result in building up the town
to some Extent, :;Vi '-f'-;'Vi-:" u
t Children's day service was celebrated
at Methodist chuix-h Sunday. A' rood
program ' was rendered . by the little
folks ,to- the enjojment and inspiration
Of all -who attended. , ,
Mr. C C Dorsett , and childi-cm? of
Greensboro . visited friends here , Sun-
dav. ' -.-'?
Mr. Geo. AUred and son, John, snent
Sunday with his-father, Mr, John Ves-
levAillrefl. - I
Mr. and Mrs Eugene King and Tittle
daughter of Bocky Mount are spending
a few .days with Mr and Mrs. V. H.
We were again.) glad to welcome
neighbor boys from France last in the
persona of Mr. Dewey Webster j and
Air. Cnas. Keece Jr. ---i
Mr. :Paris Brown1 and f amilyi - of
Greensboro were visitors here Sunday.
f -Mr.; W- -H. vMarley and family .nd
Mr. Wm. Marlev and wife of -Greens-
,boro spent a few days here .with. Mr.
Misses Nannie, White and Sue fcor
rell of OreiHill spent Sunday Yith Mrs.
W.T. White. f ' .
A very hotly contested .ball p-me
iMt it-suiied in a scone ot, tt. to 7 ut
xavor o the latter. , " - , ,
. I. , n mi jn i
' ' -. R. H. HAYES DEAD I
t' v " 1 jz
Mt R. H. Hayes, life-ldog Demociat
and -prominent attorney - of ; Chatham
county died Suftday in Eichmond,Vav
where be , had tufeen in a hospital several
weeks for treatment;:
lrMir. in fn,Atbm.Artt,. w
ut)cal nonow.tl-.at bis county and state
, peni.() MVIyr tn ti-Kt ,, virt. ., ....
-' ',: '' V.lhy Not Items '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kfnr and master
James retnrrwd home Mony from a
visit to Mr. King's ' brother, Messrs.
'Mrs. J. D. Lilly and
Denton nro Men;!inr a f;-w
'can J Mr. J. A,
'1 re .i sn I
1 Herbert, 1 r
: 1 1
r-'onth's v" ,'t
Llessrs. Lu !.
!-Tr.'iiff h.v )
- I, .
Mr. A. ".
:.:.-. v :'.'.i. -,
for a clear un.krs-'.andlRjr of the
at-Mts which wi.l acc-'.e to the peo
t of ti e state a:.d t..e reasons for
j re-valuation of rroj'erty it is Wc.l
, i. -.-J and re-read t- e Governor's let
r u Mr.- Average C.tien. The lol-
ii.g txcerpts iiora the Governor's
f.er are especiully clear: . '.. . .
For the first time in the history of
tae state you, Mr. Average, Citizen,
:ave it in your power to write the full
truth and perfect equality in tne tax
books of tne stale .You have never
been failed upon to l? tins he. .re; n
i'.xfd. you have -leie' hen po, iU'tted to
O r this before. -But liow t.v. Genera!
Assembly has. enacted, a ' law that
places v the matter entirely, -in - your
hands. The new tax law is written on
correct principles. The machinery for
its enforcement is adequate and appro
priate, r The law is-so written that it
will be easy for the eitizen to do right
and hard for him to do wrong But on
you,. Mr. Average Citizen, rests the re
sponsibility of determining whether or
not the wise and just purpose of the
law snail be carried out. - m .
.- Now, Mr.; Average Citizen, you will
receive a questionaire and will be call
ed .upon to' swear before God and to
all your fellow-citizens what is the fair
market value of your, property. - When
you come to take this solemn oath it
,will be helpful to you' to, put to your
own conscience this question: "If I did
not own this, property,! but wanted to
out it what would I be justified in ,nav
ingtor it?" and, again:-"If I wanted to
caII t.Ria m-nnflfif nnf i f a ?miriA chin
but in the, way and on the tei-ms thai
property of .this class is generallysdld
in tnis community,- what as, I really be
lievd" I could get for it?" The answer
to these questions will point with rea
sonable accuracy to the fair market
value' of your property.. Tats fair mark
et value you must write down in your
questionnaire, else you will cease to be
Mr. AverageCitizen ad become Mri
Undesirable Citizen. - V '
: Wliett yen, Mt. Avejage Citizen, tell
the truth; about, your property, it will
do no good for your nerghbor, Mr. Un
desirable Citizen, to tell a lie about his
property, because when the books show
tmly what the property of Mr. Aver
age Citrzea is worth this evidence will
clearly and conclusively snow what the
property of Mr Undesirable Citizen is
v -h. The local and district assessors,
j it-a thcyeotTK2-to-fix the " vanie- of
property, . will be "governed 1y " the
sworn testimony oi mt. Average ji a
' And whcn you, Hr. Average Citizen,
tell the unvarnished truth about your
propeity,, inat truth- will wipe out ev
ery discrimination -andt eveiy inequali
ty In taxation m. North Carolina. True
value are always equal values, but the.
greatest expert cannpt equalize a se
ries of falsehoods. -y';.!
f.-When, all. the property in the state
a all be' placed bn the books at its fair
market value, many t benefrts will ac
crue to you, Mr.- Average Citizen. .
:.'-lrTfott will have the great satisfac-ton-vf
knkowing that the record writ
ten 'bylli the people f the state Js a
true record and not libel on the com
monwealth: This knkowledge will won-1
derfojly strengthen the moral fibre of
our people, v,: ....;;4 j':; ,Vx : V , ( v
t 2,-i.You'wai know that ;very dls
crinilnation in taxatiop is. wiea out,
and that every citizen is carrying his
fair part of the lupden.'
3.i As the value go Up the rate of
taxation" will -go down, and hereafter
Nortli Carolina will be known far and
wide as a wealthy state With a low rate
of taxation Instead of a poor ttate "with
a high rate of taxation ; . vy '
4.' The General Assembly has made
a pledge not to collect, under the pro
prosed true valuation of property,
revenues greater than ten per cent in
excess cf the rmnues collected under
the pre?ent false values. This means
that the total revenues collected by the
state shall not be greater than ten per
cent in xeess of the total revenues
collected under t!ue present law. This
most : : atirally locs not mean that
no particular citizen will have to pay
taxes in f-M of ten per. cent of the
amount ho bas heretofore paid: A par
ticular ' , ;. '--l i pay k taxes that
ha has tvrr i 1 l fore. He may pay
I 1 ( " -.s heretofore paid.
This d. :
ii '.i f i v hcther or not be has
-5 1 ' l bis fair share of tne
bis tmo worth. If
I 1 i than Ms fair share
'riiiliui will be les than
. . Inc.
t n r-r
v id be ,
ir l o r.as paid less man
', '. increase as to lum
i t'n per cent.
r; I"r High Point
h I' ' t r.i ruhlican, a mom
, i i' :.'d erpearri'ire
" ' V. V, , I'ralUrr ij d
. '. I ;..!!oway, ed.t.ir of
. . 1 I:.:.:, a rer.
t i Vpm frjt. lt.
JYS OF KJTII INFANTRT
BLUED AT YALX-ALDIGNY
Mrs. A. S. McCaskey, of OJcsjo,
r -.-'.her of Lieut. Clare P. MoCa.-'tey,
. o commanded Co. K, of the J2 Ji
Ir.fantry for ten or twelve days after
the battle of Cambrai, and fell in battle
on October 10, sends us the following
names of meu who fell about the same
ume, including. L,ieui. jsicasKey, aa
of whom are buried in the. cemetery
at Vaux-Audigny France: ...
Cemetery near Vauxaudigny, trance,
France. .. : v. i
Map No. 13. , , t : - "v
Exact accurate co-ordinates 196.5 1
and 366.1. ,- . r v .;: . "'.. .
One kilometer west of V. A, on the
south of big E. R. filL -v ,-.
All killed m action October 10th,"
1918. : (From left to right,)
Henry Eastwood, No.. 1320495, Co.
Bernard. Keith.' NO. 13-2108, Co., K '
120th Inf. r -:' ' '. r. :
Jessie J, Ruffm.-No. 1321716, Co.' K
120th Inf. -v. ; r- ;-
Henry E. Schraub; No 1979169.
LW C'!arTer, NO. 'f.'lS21549;'.5Ct
n- yr .aa.i. tji ....... -v. .
ou. jv. iuui mi. f - p j
Thos. E. Colville, No. 1880310.
Albert E. Foster; No.: 1321668. Co.
1, 120th" Inf. ' i .'
icicnara J!j. smitn, jno. ivivm.
Willie W.' Wicker. No. 1321132. Co.
I, 120th Inf. , ' t - , , , -
Jessie R. Hannel, No. 1980860.
Roscoe Bennett, No. 1679314, Co. K,
120th Inf. ' . t . -
Harry Stunkard, No. 2152424,' Co. A,
120th Inf. ' ' ' y-
Ralph S. Spencer, No 1322215. ' ,'
, Ernest O. Conrad, No. 1979498.
-David Ethridge, No. 1341920, Sgt.
Co. K, 118th Inf. ; - - - .
Hovrard Withington, No. 1878117..
- rti ikr . ..i..i i . ,
viar. - r , 1 uicvnKey, r irsi juieuien-.
ant, Co. K, 120th Inf. - r .
Horace R. Mollifer,"No.' 1321851
Roscoe E. Mitchell, No. 1959463. ,
Edgar L. Coggins, No. 1310.728. .
Carl M. Moa, Nd. 2150894, Co. D. '
Harry R.. Taylor, No. 1321572, Co".
EV 120th Int ? " ,
' Christ F. Endres, No. 1979122, .
' Joseph M. Kyle, No. 135028. .
George W. Parrist, No. 1322195,
Elisha Warrinev, No. 1979445.
Isam V. Wr,tson, No. 132148
Thomas Oakley, No. 1320672. -' ;
' Eddie M. Sports, (no tag). Co. A,
118th Inf. '
Edvawi Pr&sliavka,.No. 2150406. '
"Robert Fowler, No. 1312486, Co. XL
' Will TRiilld- Rnari A Vnun-a 1n
Approximately S180.00Q will be spent
for roads of so-called permanent con-
attraction in and about High Point aur- juuetea oy miss utile, Home Demon
ing the coming fall and winter by na- stration Agent in Lee county and Miss ;
tionah Statu and pmmt. ttthmnta .. 'Eunice Pennv.1 Home . r)nnothmi
Six miles bf Warretiite roadway over; aent m . Davidson xounty. Mrs Har- v
a concrete base,' the same type of con'!?rave8,,wunty nurse ai
struction used in building the Greens-.1116 Women's Institute.
boro-High Point highway, 'will? be ' consider these Institutes of great
built, the mileage to constitute the con-'!Tfue.. md fefil lhat any man or woman
necting Juiks between the end of the(wn "ves on fi fa should make use
Davidson county line, and from the encj '0 ,"ie1 opportunity of getting the
of the city'a aspbaltio paving oh South ;iuable information which these mea
Main Street to the Randolph 'county an(j women have to - offer. Lets all g
line, .''v "' - - , - Jad have - a good time. Bring your '
; .Two and one-half miles "of roadway'ncn' and be prepared to stay all day.: .
will have to bo-constructed to connect There are several topics which I wish
with Davidson county and about three to briefly-discuss at all of these In-
and a half miles to reach Randolph stitutes. JD. S. COLTRANE, Co. Agt,-
with a pared , road, the cost per mile
estimated to be $30,000,
Don R . Kirkhman. of Hic-h Point, se-
cently discharged from the service, was land of High Point performing the cer
drowned "Thursday ; at ' Wrightsville emony,- Mr. Albertson is an industri--
Beach while- attempting to save the ous young man... He was a member of
life of Miss Anna Burkhelmer, pf WhVthe SOth Division, ranking as first ser
mington. Miss Burkheimer was bath- geant, and took part in the attack oa
ing in the channel when it was noticed the Hindenburg linej-The bride is a '-.'-'
she was having trouble with the cur- popular young lady of Davidson coun- '
rent Mr. Kirkman hurled to her res- ty.and has a large circle of frienda. '--'
cue and not being an expert swimmer
naa me usual nimcuiiy in aeanng wn.ni
a drowning person. Hampered by Miss
Burkheimer's - movements, be' went
a .1 ... I n I a J . .'.l
to shore in a small boat and died in a
few moments. Toung Kirkman'a body the death and funeral of put dear wife
was not recovered until some time lat:ui mother... ' -, ..'.T ii"sv. v .
.: The funeral service of the dead hero
was held Sunday afternoon in the Wes
ley Memorial church, IIi;h Point. The
church . auditorium ' was , filled - with
friends who came as a token of
and admiration to, one who ocould die
so bravelv - . - - . (
sooraveiy. . , . r.
The deceased was twenty-seven years
of age and was bora and reared in
High Point. He is survived by his par-
entu, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Kirkman, twol
brothers, Walter and Eert Kirkman, many, the name at that time beinjr Co
nd five !tera.' Mrs. J V. Wilson, bcL In 17C2, two Gobel brotherianJ
I . i (ir ! vfl S ti 01 A r.i inn on1 Trmo k i v-L r it .. .
a nephew of Mr. R. L.
bite, of Glenola who attened the ' Guilford countv near what Is now C -nerul
services Sunday. -.. (Lie's church. The f.rsti house, a mr i
VrO i '
ri. . ! '
!' ! a
I - f
nre Caracs-rhllathea Social
;niay evenm-, July 10, 1919,
, o hr-rora r! ,.s ,leliKhtfUlly
I ti.e rhi:.:lU,-i rla -4 at the
: .r. snd Mrs. E. U. Cox. At
-'lid rrr.-yv-.n v as rendered
a boys. l..i-n f ; nii-a were I
UUNDHED OF IIITE MFV AND
m:gi:oi s ncnr in siueei?
'.TWENTY - FOLK DEAD. A.N1
HUNDREDS INJURED. .
Fierce riots between whites anl
'blacks raged in Chicago last Sunday,
' Monday and Tuesday. , .
i There has long been much animo.-ity
hn Chicago between the two races
isinro thousanda f nemwa uottled in
the fine residential South Side and vir-
tually drove out the white citizens of
that mrt f thA riiv. Th cl im.it wjui
reached when a nerro'bov drifted into
the whitA Rection". t the Ohicaro
bathing beach, and trouble began in
earnest. v r. - - -
At the leight of the rioting, there
were one bundled thousand excited and
maddened , negroes swarming the
streets ' Mfinvinf these did not. wait
'for en attack hut turned ; Ihr.ir runs
lmsc nn anv -tt-hit ntar, in sitrht. An
automobiles full of whi'ui' ixoole si.eud-
ling through hthe streets was a favor-
!lt tarcret. Firing and lnotintr h
and breaking into stores were common
occurrences, while many whites tried
to kill every negro in sight. "Kill the
coons" and " Lynch him" were popular
cries. r v ' - k
There was a violent outbreak in the
county jail at Chicago on Tuesday,
morning. The whites outnumbered the
blacks by, 20 to 1, The guards were
swept aside .when; they tried to put ,
down the trouble, . . , ,
Twenty-four knkown dead and hun
dreds " injured, some, seriously, have
been reported. - 1
A street car strike has complicated
matters,; but the "ity police; aided by
hundreds of soldiers are. making soms
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FARMER'S AND WOMEN'S
I wish to call attention to the three
Farmer's Institutes which are to be
held the first two days of next week.
Shiloh, Monday, August ; 4, Farmer,
night of August 4, and Marlboro TuesK
day August 6 - t t ,
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..Economical Soil Improvement, Food
and feed crops,. Livestock, Pastures, -Marketing,
are the subjects for discus
sion. Mr A, C. Kimery of the Dairy
Field Office and Mr. E. B. Garret, a
graduate of the.A; College antf
now farmer in AlamanM. pnnntif b-.II
discuss all ot these subjects except Co-
'The Women's Institute .will be con-''
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; ' ' Wedding at Trinity ' ' "
Mr. B. C. Albertson and Miss "Elsie
Sink were married Wednesday after
noon of last week, Rev, M. C. McFar-"
They will make their home at Trinity
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:,.,:;J:..-('. 'Card of Thanks' V V- "c i ..
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Mrm-PEKinna v im... v, ...
M. S. HALE and Children. ; -
Reunion or the Coble Family ' '
The fourth annual reunion of )m
,51" at Coble's
,w,.i, Ti. L, V ,oble
.... .... .. . .., gl ,,uuiul ,
twelve miles southwest of Greensboro.
Hon. Robert N. Page will make i a
principal address. A basket rWie '
dinner will be served on the f rounds
emlm - ated
cabin, built by the Gobel J;,m
'ptWl stnnds in a fair Mate of 'n
tion. The Cobles of Randolph or
nt.e. from Alamance county, the ,.,
innl nr-nibers of the family 1 -
come tr?i Germany and Si tth d i i j