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$L50 A YEAR IN AD VAN I
volume xxtZ :
Asheboro, North Carolina, Thursday, November 6, 1919.
rniTMTV CAID AT
D1MCCITD I ACT Vli,m. lfPr- Van of Ka'Kh, made an able
KAItluLUil LAM ULtk...yd eloquent appeal for tlie $75,000,-
e Randolph County Fair, which
held at Ramseur last week, was a
, success. It was patronized by
in r-rm all over the county and
e' exhibits represented the different
towa.V.iij.3 m tne county, it is me
fi-a county fair that bus been held in
ihmdolph county for lune years. In
connection with the fair held nine
a ago v.-aa the grer.t home coming
;c. between 33 and 40 years ago
uiiiual fair was held in Asheboro
Randolph county. Some of the
older citizens recall that these fairs
v..f. ulcasaut events. While the
v.vi-c not on the order of the European 1 t, '
. -hinU wore nriinnnllv iilanned ' .. . ....
i'n.m a commercial staner)cr.'u, ueing
eiramed so that the people could Duy
the exhibits and thereby lay in sup
plies f?- several months, still there
ere mas. things sold at these county
fairs, T- e fairs were held at the fair
grounds hi Asheboro, which is now
occupied by the city graded schools.
TIvvj a high plank wall around
the grounds and the old school build
ing together with an outbuilding,
which Was used for the agricultural
exhibits, were the buildings in which
the fairs were held.
The fair brought back pleasant rec
ollections cf the old time fairs in Ran
dolph county and it is hoped that they
will be made annual events. The ex
Iviiits last week represented different
phases in the industrial and agricul
tural lif 3 of the county.
T !-,- Woman's Department consist
ed of exhibits composed cf all kinds
y00 drive of the Southern Baptist As
sociation at the baptist church Sun
day night and among the many good
things he said was that while tiie
amount seemed large, yet if all would
do their part, it would be an easy job.
If the members of any church really
loved God and their church and want
ed to see the church do its dut they
the chnrcn do its duty they would be
would be willing to work haul and de
ny tr.emseives of many things to ad
vance ti:2 great cause.
Miss Sail ie Mitchael made abusiness
tiip to Greensboro Monday.
The Epv.oith League cave a Hall- j
owner s social at tiie academy batur-
. . 11 1. , , v,tJ i.ifci.i ci:ii.i au..'ii wic man
hicli were onfenuuiy piaiuieu ; - te noarmt race, bohiiiir
tor apples and JacK contest. H. H.
Craven von the prize for the peanut
race and Miss Thehna Stelle won Jack
The Franklinville Mfg. Co. is in
sailing an up to date electrical power
plant which will be used to drive their
cotton mills and it is expected that the
town will be lit up by electricty in the
Several of our people attended the
fair at Ramseur Friday and Saturday.
H. B. Buic w:on the prize on poultry.
Mr. Abe Hudson our clever Rual
carrier, has another border at his
home, it's a fine girl.
The community fair in charge of the
ladies Am Society, will open ne:.i
UND THE WORLD WITH
HE AMERICAN RED CROSS.
OLD HICKORY CAFE
xrj n & ttjEBfriJi va 1
ess::.' Mnrmx Hmmi
The Old Hickory Cafe ,on Depot St,
v, as formally opened by its proprie
tors, Messrs. Reid Hannah and Eugene
Caisholm, on last Friday night. Tnt
Woman's Club, the City l athers and
i.iembers of the Welborn Funiiiure
company, of High Point, and a lew
oilier invited guests enjoyed the hos-
;;itaaly oi l.io. c t.o o i.ig laen. uiu
cafe is a inodern aiul up tj tine csiuu
l shineiii oi : i it ii tiie people of Asiie
boro and K:vnio.ph county are justly
i roud. llr. j. A. Spence, the mayor
vl tiie tovn, acted ai to;.;., master. He leased of $3.46" tax for l'JIS, the .
The board of county commissioners
met in the court house November :.rd,
with W. L. Ward, chainr.r.n, and L C.
Elliott present. A. B. Celirane ab . nt.
The following business was tran;,.ct
ed: Accounts against the county iu
dited and approved and or;lered ; aid
are siiown on the disbursement Ie'. -er
No. 4, pages 17 to ! ,i both inclu
and under order n. filers 1132 to
It was or. i red thel S. T. Ui
.ood. oi Pro-, idence township, be
When hostilities cep.sed there were In the hands of their Teuton captors
millions of prisoners of war of all Allied countries, the terrible plight of
Whom is well known to all the world. Red Cross workers, carrying relief
supplies of clothing, medicines und supplementary foodstulTs, penetrated the
Saturday morning and a large crowd: Central Powers u:s soon after the armistice as t::o military a it'eorities would
.-poke m ueiiau or uie to.vn and re
tailed some interesting . niitory con-
1 i.ected with the giowlh of the town
i Since he moved here seventeen years
i go. Mrs. V,. O. Haiiuner leprerent
cd the Vt Oman's Ciub ami told ot
i sjaie of the activities of this organi
zation and assured the
l-.s nearly cu-opcrauon.
i;oss and Mr. Suion Stedman spoke of
t.:C Red Cross work and urged that
I every one pieseni, neip in me ion can
Mr. Hannah on behalf of the cafe
management assured tiie guests that
they wanted to run a clean and up to
date cafe and would like to have the
c -operation of the people of the coun
ty. Tiie hosts served delightful refresh
is expected to attend. Every bodv
Ramond Wright has bought the
Kivet piace Nortn of George Palfer-
of needlework, crocheting, tatting, j sons and has moved from Grant tov.-.i-
embvoiiierv, etc, some ot whicr. was . snip 10 nis nev
... tl nn onn hundred vears old. One W. A. McPherson was carried to V.-
interesting display was the hand Hospital at High Point for an operat
Hampshires, White abi(c' v;jth thc ones shc' leaves hliind' Red Cross News
Ometa is gone but not foigo.ten. Messrs J. A. Stout, A. K. Pugh am!
HER KK!i'.:D. !A. (). Adams attended the fourth
! Quarterly meeting of Randolph circut
Sophia Route 1 News I at Hickory Grove, Saturday.
Several of our boys
very interesting uispiay wa mc i.anui
mad.- baby dresses of four genera
One quilt exhibited took the tirst
prize at the first State fair. It was
move than one hundred years old.
There were beautiful old time woven
counterpanes, coverlets, as well as the
more modern pieces of fancy work. In
the Wor.an's Department was also all
kinds of canned goods which showed
that the people of Randolph county
have been alert in providing for their
homes all kinds of fruits and vegeta
bles. In the agricultural department all
kinds of products were exhibited.
Tl ere were two farm exhibits whlcn
deserve specir.l mention. That of J.
0. Forrester and George W.Parks,
both of Ramseur Route 1. ims cx
lul.it contained almost everything
produced on thc farms ranging from
common cockle burrs and dogwood
h rrii'S to the high piced poultry and
i.i.on. In Mr. Parks' exhibit there
v ie 77 varieties of product.-..'
; ..e livestock exhibits were es'iec
i; !iv interesting in that they showed
. "wonderful progress that Randolph
i intv is aking along the line of stock
raising. Among tl.e variety of cat
tle e diibited were Jerseys, Holstcins,
Arys'.iires, Red Polled anU Aberdeen
There were four breeds of
Guineas, and Duo: Jerseye.. Among
these were some of the best bred hogs
in North Carolina. One Duroc won
the lirst premium at the State Fair.
It weighed 800 pounds. A small num
ber of sheep were exhibited in this
Thc poultry exhibit was cosidered
equal to that of the Breensboro or
The Ramseur furniture factories, as
well as the general mercantile estab
lishments had creditable exhibits.
The different schools of the county
had splendid exhibits.
Different automobile dealers of the
county had handsome cars on exhibit.
There were different forma of
amusements provided, among which
was a balloon ascension, high diver,
dog perforancea, etc., ten pins and othr
Miss Eunice Penny, home demonstra
tion agent of Davidson county, and
Miss Lillian Cole, home demonstration
agent of Montgomery county, were
judges of the Woman'i Department.
In the agricultural and arm product
Mr. J. R. Roerea, of Sanford, and Mr.
T. B. McLeod, of Aberdeen, were the
Judges, and Dr. M. G. Edwards, of
Asheboro, Judged the livestock.
On Saturday there was a big pa
rade in which more than 900 school
children took part, after which Hon.
R. N. Page delivered an interesting
address at the grand stand.
dusanthrmnm Show at No folk nor
thern Station Friday Aliernooo.
The Chrysanthemum Jhow, given
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club, will be held at the Norfolk Sou
thern Station on Friday afternoon.
The doors will be onened st 2:30, en
trance door being at the east sine of
tne building. The flowers wiucn are
to be exhibited are considered the
finest ever grown In Asheboro. The
refreshment committee will servo
chicken salad, oysters and Ice cream.
Admission, 10 eenU.
Person entering flowers should have
them at the building on Thursday by
6 p. m.
permit, and the work of getting the prisoner,: s:
tries was soon begun. In this photograpl. a
piK Ked i.p and r stored to someihing like uun.
thai will carry Uem out of bondage.
'.oil back to their o.vn eoun
...nn of these men are seen
ill heakh, awuiUng the traiu
i.SS CAKCLVN K1ME GIVES
being charged in error of tne list ,ak
er; that George W. Garren, of TV er
nacle township, be released cf 22 ( nts
tax for ls.118 account b.-inpr listed in
error; tat Charles Russell, of ..ew
Hope township, be released of !,.i.92
tax on $153 valuation ' i Union t:vn-
new cafe of ship for 1019, account ' i-.tctl by Ai ,',er-
iuiss joiner son u.trougn in Kicitand towns in:
that John Bean, of Union town hip,
he released ot poll tax sor 1918 on ac
count of being in army; that I. mis
Berry, of Prcvidence, be release! of
poll tax for 1918, on account of L ing
in army; that B. I. Parham, of Fi; nk
linville township, be released of joll
tax on account of being in army; that
John Vinslo'.v, colored, be ads.iittcd to
the county home; that Mrs. P E.
Fentivss be admir.ced to the co mty
home; that Jacob Ivey, of Frank iin
vilie township, be released of $2 50 tax
d;:. w. t. r.i.RNDON i)!i u
Dr. W. T. He radon ,a phyr-i-ian and
prominent member of the .Southern
died at the
Mr. G. C. Frazier who has served
in the armv about four and one haifi Christian Conference
years has returned home and will cn- home of his daughter,
gage in farming .
B. M. Allred made a business trip to
Greensboro Monday. '
AINU Vi Ki i i'.li
We have often calk
to the corrasijor.donts
d the attention
mid others that
Mrs. W. K. ! might be so kind as to write up art
A most delightful Hallowe'en party
v.. R-iven by r.liss Carolyn Kime on c
':, ii l i'iday niirht at tiie home of her
i . i .. .... I 1.1... . ,l
i sieni-.s, .in. auu lviis. v. v. ivime, on i
.,r, cox Street, ihe home was beautifui-
decoialed in autumn leaves, ciirys
iheimuns a-id jack'olanterns. The
' i.iie.'.ts were met by two giiosts in tne
I. is.ous of Misses Blanche Birkheaa
on U0 personal proper4-.',-; that
J. C. Ho:ker he discontinued fror.
outside poor list, and the order t;.
be made to ,T. C. Hooker and gi
Jifors drawn for the first we:
the December tcrr.i of criminal court
are as follows:
Asheboro township Thomas Lam
bert, J. C. Skeen, John 11. Brown, and
S. K. Davidsoti.
Mrs. B. F. Brown Dead
Oineta Allie Brown, daughter of
Mr. H. T. Bray, wife of Mr. B. F.
Brown, died on the 15th day of Octo
ber, 1919, aged 45 years. She gave'a ver" dee'j cold which re;
her heart to God when she was 12 pneemonia and caused his deati
Scott, in Winston-Salem, November 1 ides for the paper, relative to the j
at thc age of 78 years. Dr. HerndonJ signing of the names, inorder that we1
lived at Elon College unii! about eight 'will not be held responsible for the j
years ago when he and Mrs. Hevmion' article. ,
moved to Asheboro and lived withl We can not publish any article unless :
their daughter, Mrs. John T. Moflitt. thc name cf the author is signed to it. i
During Mr. Moflitt's last illness Dr. We do not print the names, unless re-!
and Mrs. Herndon moved to Winston- quested. Please sign your names. Will;
I Salem, where he died. He contracted : be glad to have items and news iroi.-i;
m any one, but v.tkc with as lev words
H. ' as possible. I
years old and joined thc Christian: was one of tic founders of Elon Col-
churclr at Shiloh and has lived a" faitTT-J lege and took a prominent part in es
fill Christian woman ever since. She'ta'blishing the ' Christian orphanage,
leaves a lather, husband, ten cnudreu,
5 brothers, A. H. Bray, of Hemp; R.
W. Bray, Ramseur; L. C. Bray, Ka .i
seur; Dr. E. P. Bray, Richmond, Va.;
Hugh T. Bray, Ramseur; one sister,
Mrs. Flossie E. Cavener-.- of V. ic it..-.
Falls Texas. Children: G. C, V.oM,
i Grace, H. Grady, Liiiei, P.url, .Va.'.o.y,
I N'orrna Rosa and Avery, lk-r sen, G.
I C. Bro'.vn, volunteered in . C . empan
I ia Asheboro and was sent to t.'x.ip
vier, south Carolina, ami Iron ir, r
to France and helped bretilk tiie j ITn-
(lenl)urg Line and came out v.,vi:o.:
scratch and returned home .vithoai
h is located at Elon College. Me
wtw at one time pastor of the Asiie
horo Christian church. In t;.e medical
profession during his time he stood
ar.io.irf the best in the .state. lie r
s :i-viecd bv his widow and two daugh
ter, "h. .lame: W. K. Scott, of Win::-toe-.
a'em, 1 Jo'e.n T. .Moi'it'L, t :
A k joro. !';' is also survived b one
The Courier has been so crowded
for space for the past few months, and
i the I'l-.iure v e have adopted a n'.an
or. which to write Obituarie.-:, thai ve
ran noL publish any Obituary n oxer
inches ion1;- and Lhi.; -oerois 20 lines
ng.e coiom, r a! .''.
s'stei-, Jirs. I i. Yo.'k. of M-,!ani
body was tr-kea to E!on College
tiie funeral services were com
bv I; J. O. Atkinson, assisted ; a
l lie hi r o!' eli-lisl.eir; oi til" ('hiislhll
- Conference after whh h burial folloxv
'ed. Truly a ;;ood man is gone.
V. . ile lis-: i sho
As to eaui u
.;;':;ee (.; !iv'
.1. 4i) v.o.d...
a :d Maude Rush, who sent the ladies
..:Lo the living room and the gentle
tsen into t..e drawing room. The
.ests were then presented with liaii
ecuros of moxir.g piclurc actresses.
-'ni '..as a form which x.'as employed
i. geuing tiie partners for the even
ing. Miss iSxvanna Loxvdermiik xva;;
atiired v.n a Gypsy fortune teller and
entertained the young people by pre
dicting their luture lives. One form
of amusement for the evening was the
drawing of envelopes which contained
letters which when properly arranged
spelled tiie name of tiie President.
Another feature of the entertainment
.us lire announcement of t!-e inarri
.;.;e oi one of tile geests io an un
. e.ow.i g.x'in. loeie was alsi; a (haw-
ii-i.-k (.seek towns'-:';) R. L. Rici ..rd--on,
id. A. l-'arlow, J. T. Becke. hte,
joh.n C. l.ovelt, V.'. S. King and ... A.
Ih-owcr toxvnsiii; W. O. Ma -o :.
Cedar Grove tov ns!iii - L). T.
j Coleridge township E. C. Byrd.
i Concord township H. VV. Fetree, J.
I A. Ridge, M. N. Morgan.
! New Market toxvnship James Nex--ilin,
A. M. Reams, B. F. Rich, F. O.
' Joli'ison, R. W. Wall, and W. E. Davis.
I Grant toxvnship j. M. Allred.
Franklinville township Alfred W.
Columbia township J. C. Stout, N.
. ui ih
. ' d h
I niversily Ana'iunces I'.i; tilery
inii, c. Nov. ;--;.'
! ig'hf i u!
ic for l'
i civ to,
- I'M- is...
i till t.
n'.s were si rv-
a .-. C. C. Kime, J. '
li. 1. ..'..;!
tei'ee hes.l.ni hi.;s senilis an-
expected to tas.; .-.rt tl:n v.-ar in tl.e
iiieh school debating union cf Noi'iii
Carolina cond .cted liv th.
Card of Thanks
I desire to express through the col
omns of , The Courier my sincere
thanks ta nv trimA mnA nalvtihan
tot their loving kindness and sympa
'n7 anown me during the alcknes and
Jeath of my belovd hunband, W. 0.
IMitT. itiy Cod's rkhflit blMtngi
t upon V "n all.
'. '. p. I a ""iTrrt.
Rev. Howell ,of Ohio, preached an
excellent sermon at Marlboro St iuiay.
Mr. Frank Davis was the guest m
Miss Nannie Davis Sunday alternoo.i.
Mrs. Lizzie Davis and ilaugiiter,
Mrs. B. G. Whitehead, visited Airs.
Walter Davis Tuesday afternoon.
Misses Cora Edwards and Lizi.h
Walker upent Saturday in High I o n.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Davis visited It.r.
and Mrs. Carl Bceson Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Davis visited
Mrs. James Steed Sunday.
Mrs. W. B. Ridge, Miss Nannie Da
vis, Mrs. N. E. Davis, and Mrs. L. J.
Davis spent Wednesday in Rand;e-man.
Messrs. J. C. Johnson and Roy In
gram and Miss Nannie Walton visited
at B. F. Snyder's Sunday.
Mr. Veil Holland spent Saturday in
Miss Ethel Cox, or Trinity, spent tne
week end with home folks.
Mr. Verl Holland was the picst ot
Miss Lixile Walker recently.
Misses Hettie Newlin and Althea
Farlow visited Miss Cora Edwards
Mr. Robert Bulla and Lassie John
son, Charlie Cowns, and Laura Hin
shaw, Wesley Coggina and Nora Hln
shaw attended the meeting rt Marl
boro Sunday night.
of North Carolina. '1 lie query wil; he
ih.soixed, that the United States
should adopt a policy ol father mat -rial
lestriction ol immigration", and toe
have recently, final contest to decide the state chain, -
ork nf. the furniture facto rv at lonsnip and tl.e winner o. the Aycoe.t
Mrs. P. T. it i U r and little (laughter,
Lois, spent Oct. 30 and 31 in Greens
boro. ll"v. W. F. Ashburn filled his regular
appointment at Bethel Sunday at 3
o clo k and preached an
Memorial. Cup will be held in C r.apei
lull early in April, 1920. I
The high schools participating in the :
debate will be arranged in groups of I
three, each school having an ahirmative '
ami a negative team, and those schools i
excellent I winning both sides of the debate will I
end their teams io cnape: inn ior i.
Western Randolph News
Tiie school :.-t Prospect began
Monday with Mr. George Foster as
.Mr. 1). R. Younls moved his family
to his farm near Trinity last week.
Mr. William Marsh purchased a line
pair oi mules Troiii Mr. B. i!. Wagner
eii" day last 'seek.
Born to Mr. and .Mrs. I.. B. Frazier,
a line boy, last Monday.
Mr. R. B. Fraizer purchased a fine
milch cow from Mr. A. A. Carter last
Misses Gallic; and Irene Stanley
went to High Point shopping last
Tiie farmers of this section are al
most through selling tobacco.
Liberty tewn diip (
, 1 i auk Lowe, and J. L. Sin
i Richland township W. .
Lucas, J. S. Hancock, J. rl.
, M. .. Lucas.
ism'!onisn township-. M.
! Providence township ..
and il. T. Siler.
Trinitv towns'' ip (i. R. S
I W. E. Wants.
A.-'h boro township J. V
i Concord townMhp 11. C.
E. Cox, F.
T. All red
. Ivey and
Honor Roll Archdsle School
Following is the honor roll for the
first month of Archdale graded ochool:
First grade Rosa lee Bell, Bryce
Fno-lih. Nellie Inarram. Clayton Lee.
Second grade Grayson Bell, Gladys
HonrlrlrVn. Hazel Inirram, Orear
Thiivl irrade Eleanor Blair, Loi
Driver, Ruvator English, Dwsle Hay
worth, Guy Lre, Dora Marsh, Terry
Welborn, Iris Welborn.
Fourth grade Thomas Bell, Macy
Burge, Mildred Harris, Faidene Sny
del. Fifth gTade Annie Ahlridgc, Sallle
Bell, Frwton Buree, Emma Hayworth,
Sophia Harris, Lura i.igram, Lucy
Marsh, Eutha Snyder.
8lxth frnde Beuloh HaMell, Harold
Waivlrath rrade-Cilbert Marsh, Ju
lius Cell, Pearl Davis, Beulah Cran-
OLUIT JULIAN. Teacher.
Th" Altruistic Bible class of Bethel hnul rounds and tlie o ampionsmp ue- Trinitv
1. P. S .nday school held a very in- bate. Bulletin containing outlines am:, , ,1 Z,l Vin,
a: i' amcnts on uota sides oi tne (piei.v . '
,. . f . .. r Hickman, of Greensboro College,
am reterences to further sources of in-1 ,,' i i ,. -u nr n
f.,. r,,lin ic K-inc r.iomirpd l,v thP lin - "- '"
versity and will be sent to all schools.
This is the eight year of debating
union, which was inaugurated by the
literary socities of the University.
In 1917 and 1918 more than 300 schools
sUng c:ass meeting at tne nome oi
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Siler, Saturday
October 25. The program consisted
i f .'-engin;;', Devotional exercises by
Mrs. A. O. Adamr.h, An Acrostic on
Altruistic Bible Class, conducted by
Miss Mamie Allred, in which the class
est known bible chain"
Jckcs by Mr. Hobart Hancock' in the state debated, and an average
Piano scclections by Mies Ivah Kirk
A regular business meeting follow
ed at w:ich the following new officers
were elected, Miss Lilly Wood, Presi
dent, Miss Ivah Kirkman. Vice Presi
dent, Mr. Hobart Hancock, Secretary,
Mr. Caarles AJIred Assistant Secretary
The class gave the retiring Presi
dent Mr. P. T. Siler a rising vote of
thanks for his very efficient and un
After the program Mr. and Mrs.
Siler conducted a very interesting and
amusing flower contest and then serv
ed delicious refrenhtnents. There were
twenty-seven mcmbrs prsent and each
one seemood to thoroughly enjoy tne
Chrrnnthcmum Show in Rundlemnn
The chrysanthemum sho-.- which
was h"'d under the auspice.-, of the la
dies' aid society of the Methodist Epis
copal church in Randiemun, was a
marked success. Everyone iiteinK tlie
flowers said they were the finest ever
-rown ill Randleman. Suitnblc prizes
were awarded to those who were suc
cessful in fp-owing fine flowers.
Anhrhoro Hunting Party Brings Down
Two-Year Old Buck
Messrs. E. I- Hedrick, T. J. Wins
low ami Frank Whltaker, of Asheboro
and Alfred Richardson, of Seagrove
Route 2, have returned from a hunt
trig trip in Eastern North Carolina.
Mr. Hedrick killed a two-year-old
buck and the other members of the
party report some wild eats and fox
of 80,000 persona has heard the debates
each year. Durham High School won
last year and Wilson has xvon twice,
though not consecutively. A school
winning twice consecutively obtains
permanent possession of the Ayconc
Memorial Cup, donated by former in
tercollegiate debaters of the Univer
sity. N. W. Walker is chairman of thc
committee in charge and E. R. Rankin
gan Johnson on South Main.
Mesdamca Ballance and Carpenter
have just returned from Greensboro,
where they hax'c been attending con
ference. Dr. Bulla was in town Saturday
Rev. T. B. Johnson preached his
farewell sermon here yesterday. He
leaves in about a week for his new
field of labor.
Rev. W. F. Elliott is to be our
preacher for next year. Our preacner,
Rev. T. B. Johnson, goes to Prospect,
in the Charlotte district.
The older people say this has been
a very warm fall.
Col u in oia toxvnship S.
I). M. Burgess.
Cedar Grove township W. R. Coop
er and II. A. Spoon.
( 'iiti'i-iilii-o tnv. uphill VV 11 l?:i!n
land W. II. Brown.
I Back Creek township L. E. Hoov
er and J. E. Hepler.
Grant township Ezra Cox.
Liberty toxxnshiii George Payne,
A. K. Teeter and W. C. Hanner.
Randleman township G. H. Bean,
John M. Howell and W. 11. Millikan.
Richland township C. Bean.
Union township Julian Overman.
Providence township Roy Roulli.
Nexv Hope toxvnship Robert Lanier.
Trinity township J. W. Meredith.
Tabernacle toxvnship A. L. Hunt.
relatives in Hay Wood
John F. Hughes, sheriff, ha: purchas
ed a lot of timber of Josia Small.
Mr. Moose of Albemarle a mill me
chanic was at Parriflh nnd Garni is
mill planning for thc roller mill.
William Jurrell has taken the con
tract to carry thc mail from Jar5son ' grados in school
Pr.-nk In Merhnnic Jamrs Gillimnre ' Mrs. J. J. Gia."
Jr. has been carrying it. !'n xvrok end in town.
Jeffry Yates is preparing to move1 Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Brady, of Ram
to Jligh Point. .sour, xvere in town Inst xvrck.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. I,ackr.y made a, The death angel visited the home of
business trip to High Point Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Laughlin Inst
Josih 8mall diod at the High Point Saturday and claimed their bat,y.
Hallowe'en at Millboro
Misses Edith Julia and Eula Hayes
xvere charming hostesses at an old
time hallowe'en frolic Friday night.
The guests nearing the Hayes home
were met on thc lawn by a spook
holding a sign xvhich read: "Follow
string." This they did and were led
to the academy. They x-cre xve'omed
at the door by thc hostess and were
then show ninto the class room which
xvaa beautifully decorated for the oc
casion v.ith autumn leaves and jack
'olanterns. Flitting here and there
xvere ghosts and witches. While for
tunes were beinir told a gixp.t boa
Cedar Falls News fire was heard roaring o .1. . nie
Saturday night, November 8th, thc ' guests immed:atcly essenled around
M. P. Aid Society will give a bazaar the Ire and deocior.j ina :i' nallowa
were toasted. Alt' r r. delr; stul lime
over the games v.iiirh xve played
v. il h urn jal i 'treat, to . ting re
frrshr ,irnti were erved.
Those invite i -verc: Mir t Dee Al
dridg of Plrr- ant Garden; Blanche
Cranford, of '. chdale; Bessie Hayes,
of Pinnnue: 'Mldrrd Ellis rf Greens-
Farmers are busy sowinf wheat.
Mrs. C. C. Ridge is spending afew at the school house. Everybody wel
come. Music will te lurnisned ny a
string band throughout the evening.
Mr. nn.l Mrs. John Cnmplwll, of
Greensboro, were thc guests of Mrs. E.
C. Rojlh Sunday.
Miss Lacie Mae Ferrer left Friday
for Granite Quarry, whore she xvill
have rharg" of the fourth and fifth boro; lh"h.,a Lamb, of ivuod eman:
I Ollie Julian, of Arrhdab ; l.-na and
of Durham. rpnt I'lsir Routh, of RandVmnn; Gert
Blown, Ione nnd tila
Nixon, Mrs. Reynolds ax' V-Henley.
Hospital last Sunday.
Another Big Real Estate Deal
Measrs. 8. W. Preanell and J. A.
York have this week, sold the property
now ocetpied by the express company
next to the 8outhern Railway Com
pany, to the Southern Crown Milling
Company, consideration being 7,00u.
They have our sympathy.
Mrs. Joe I,oonard, of Ramseur, xve
in town Saturday and Sunday.
Another Real Estate Transaction
J. A Holder and T. J. Lassiter pur
chased Aff Richardson's home place,
between Asheboro and 8eagrove,
Wednesday, consisting of 160 acres,
snd these parties hare re-sold the
farm to Fam Walker for 1 14,000,
Mrs. J. O. Rrddint Ho !' -
dnlph Book Club
On last Friday afternoon the Ran
dolph Book Club held its first meet
ing of the Mason mith Mrs. J. 0. Red
ding. Mesdamea W. A. Underwood
and Wm. C Hammer reaJ . articles
from the Bay View Magaxine on the
World War. which Is the mbect of
ctody for the year. A delicious irvlad
course was served.