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U5U A XEAR IN AD VAN CD
PRINCITLES. NOT MEN '
AaWbere, North Croli, Tharsday. November X 111
NUMBER IT -
LATE DR. WATT ASHCRAFT DE- j
SCRIBES SENSATION OF DEATH !
Dr. Watt Ashcraft a ' prominent
'veterinary sdrgeon of Aontxm county,
died in a artotte hospittJ-recently
His brotb' vs at his bedside as the
end approasJi and listened to the
following desm of the feeling of
a dying man. - 4
aegg. I emv I wUh that I
could teu you the &v jon. of a dying
man. It .is a pesj - sensation.
I am absolutly wfchou,.vn. I hare
suffered, but att that is VI and
I am at ease, perfectly eon feel
death creeping over me, 3w jnbing
kind of a feeling." And ihen,"iurning
his head on his pillow, and looking
into the face of him whose heart was
wrung as he listened, the dying man
said: 'Oiegg, there iB no use tor me
to try to describe my feelings to you
for you are a living man and none
but the dying can understand the
sensation of death.'" The speaker
was Dr. Watt Ashcraft, a brother of
the writer, and the words in quota
tion were -spoken yesterday morning
as he and the one to. whom they were
spoken were alone in a hospital room
in WIS Civy Ul vmcuivi.w:. Aira dfm-
er was as composed as he would have
been had he been discussing some
matter of every day occurrence. And
then the dying man said, "Clegg, I
have lived a clean life. I have treai
ed every man white. "You can, tell the
people down home that I. said that
qth that I have tried to be of some
TO RtDUCE COST OF LIYiilG IN RANDOLPH
Asheboro fanning: to Buy Car Load of Government Food.
Woman's Qab Active In Arrangements. Orders v.:'
Should Be In By Monday '
TO SPEAK IN RANDLEMAN
Hon. Malcolm R. Patterson to Speas
in the Hi eh School Jluditorima at
Randleman, Friday, Nov. 21, 7:30
Hon. Malcolm R. Patterson, former
governor of lennessee and Congress
man from that state, is to speak in
the high school auditorium at Randle
man, North Carolina, Friday, Nov,
zi, at 7:30 o'clock, on the subject
"The New Era What Shall the Ear-
j Franklinviile News
I Vv W. M. Smith eondaeted two i-
- ' ' . t -teretiiig semcea at the M. E. eharch .
A Democratic primary irhich to Sunday. -. " -
nominate a aceeesaor as candidal for . At a business meeting last week at
cieeuoa oa tne iota o uecemoer next the IL E, church ' the oaraea
to succeed former CongTeasmaa Yates elected the following officers for the
Webb is to be held on sext Monday, ensuing year: M, G. Maner, p rest
November 24th. The two aspirants in dent; C. C. JvJian, vice president; r-
Mnrh intTBt 1 heinir manif act in h nrnMrti nf tWrrt-r narrhuinr tn Democraue primary are Clyde K, iMt Ronth. secretarv: F. A. Bluster.
a car load of food. A resolution was introduced by the Woman's Club last Hoey of Shelby and i J. D. McCall of assistant secretary; C. C Brady,
week recommending that the town through its mayor purchase a ear load of i Charlotte. On last Saturday the Dem- treasurer; R. F. Uttle, teacher, and
food, whereupon the mayorasked a committeefrom the Woman's Club to take pcratie precinct committe of Mecklen j. H. Fentress, assistant teacher. ' '
steps-ascertaining the quantity of food citizens would order ' jourg met ana seiectea one oi nve as- Elmer Rich and family, of Asheiure,
rnce lists may be obtained By applying to rostmaster it. a. uose or any " nmutt uiww. n . spent isunoay wira me imuj m
member of the Woman's Club. , A ranvas of the town wiU be made. la the v.iJowd withdrew and J. D. .McCall a. Routh.
meantime Individuals will help by obtaining price list and making out orders. ' Selected rer F. R. McNinch, J. A. W. H. Tippett is -isiting in Greeas-
II canvasser fails to reach you by next'sionday, send lujt to any memoer oi irui wko. u doto una ween. -
the Central Committee, which follows:: ' - . j the race in the primaries between Mr. Charlie Connelly, of South Carolina,
Mrs. I. C. Moser, enairmanj Mnfr George Ferree, Mrs. T. E. Lassiter, Mrs. noey ana air. ncvu. n is saia i visited his brother, a. w. uonneiiy.
John K, Wood, Miss Enolia Pre&neU.
jthe -Republicans are hunting for last week.
This committee will be in the Chib room m the court house Monday from . member of the American Expediti- Thomas Black, of Greensboro, spent .
unary ' umj as ineir camuaave, gueri jiunday with his parents, UT. and Airs.
2 to 6 d. m.to receive orders which have not been turned in.
There are two advantages in purchasing' a car ioaa lot oi 100a vme is,, "j t, ii. n. Biacic - , t
HpliviiH mora nromntlv. the other is that there la a savins' af from 10 head Will be the republican nominee. Mr. Clarence Parks, of Ravnham. U
to 207c on account of transportatioa.S It also! saves postmasters and all per-f W? r w- Graham have gpending a few days in town with hi
sons connected with parcel post exuaworsv .L f u" i- -; ' ""TiS . ,. , "cl f"fc iamiiy. ,
- The following is a nartial nrice list Complete list may be seen at the against him for alimony has been with- , There will be services at the M. E. .
--'A . unurcn lnanKsnvnuc way. at z:w p.
Senator Thomas S. Martin who has m. Everybody invited,
represented Virginia in the United ' , , " . .
States Senate since 1895 died on Nov- Why Not News . t
ember 12th and was buried at his old Mr. 0. D. Lawrence returned home
home Charlottsville, Va. The immedi- Friday from a visit to his daughter,
Government-Food Prtce List
oAi-inpp in mv work. 1 nave never tj onAMAM :
charged any man more than tje wlue of America greatest Chautauqua Beans, stringless, No. 2
Bacon, issue, 12-pounds..
baking powder, No. 1
beans, baked, No. 1
Beans, baked, No. 3
oi me serviuc lecturers, ana a southern orator who, Beef, corned, No. 1
never taken a cent from any man 1 cua for eioqUence js unsurpassed. As n Beef, comed, No. 2
nnt earn and I never even charged a nu-f v, j U,j i v e
man lor my worswno was uiu state, and few in the nation. He is Beei. fresh, roast, No. 1
pay me and now 1 am quiwrng my product of the New South a na-lei fresh, roast, No. 2... ?
i 1 IL.i T nAiihl I iirrt innivoi' , . . .... " . 1 .:ir-
worK, imjimi .uuiu y tionalist to the core, and one of 'the ibee, iresh, roas:, No. 0
but the end is near, m fact death is at ,e(ncient master builders of the new ! ftmiamoii, 1-4 pound . . .
hand. I'm not afraid of death. You may ration i c&rni gweet f, 0 2
teU my friends that I said Uiat I was You and your friends are invited to Cornstarch
not airaiu w uus, uv- a uiv ru.im, hear thls note(1 speaker. AU are wel-
that. Watt went out of this lite not
afraid of what he would meet in an
other life." ,
It was a trying ordeal, that of a
lasi farewell to a oeloven brother, but
it is a consolation unspeakable that
he met death as he did.
Dr. Ashcraft is a brother in law of
Mrs Thomas Ashcraft of Monroe, who
was Miss Linnie Shamburger also of
Mrs. Eugene Ashcraft who was Miss
Sadie- Bulla of Randolph County.
come. Admission free. Come one and
all and hear this young giant slay
Remember the dates, at Asaeboro,
Thursday night, at 7:30 p. ra.; at Ran
dleman, Friday night, at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Coble, of Green -boro
were welcome visitors Sunday iu
M. C. Free and family visited friend
at "Bennett Sunday afternoon.
E. J. Steed and others went to Char-
flavoring extracts, lemon , . 48 s bottles
t lour, Graham ..
i-iasn, coined beef, 1 pound ,7T!.
mal, co, ncd beci, 2 pound
Jam, assorted i.
Oi.., buck, i'oiiod
l'eas, groon, Io. 2 ,
! :;,:; black, i-4 pcun'i
D. B. McCrary Hostess
RanHnlnh Itnok Cliih
n iof pwHau .ViP Topmhers of the i lotte for Marwcll cars Tuesday.'
Randolph Book Club were delightfully H. F. Brady and family spent tl;
entertained by Mrs. D. B. McCrary at afternoon Sunday with friends ne:v
her horne on Worth Street. Mesdames Plesant Grove.
J V Hunter and W. A. Underwood! The Dixie Motor Co. has aoou
lead interesting accounts of the great completed their splendid piarafce bui:
war and of the troubles leadinf ur to ing at the old livery stable bland ii
it Music rendered by Misses Virginia are about ready to open up for bus:
Redding and Adelaide Arrafield. Fol- ness. .
lowing the cuaent ' evenu a saiad , Mr. Ashley Dent of New York apcr:
course was sesjie by tre hostess, who , a few day yith,E: Cr - WatkiasN4Ji2
was assisted in serving by Misses Al- week.
1i Vestal. Adelaide Armheid ana vir-. w. n. waiuins or. icit o-.muay n
:;.o! . . .
. A VX tucl VVJ1CIC 11c will oiiii nvmiu ji i..
v.-ith friends huntinar.
W. A. Coffin Entertains Past and Miss Jessie Doraett of Greensbo c
PrPHPnt Asheboro Teachers .spent Sunday with J. O. Koriesio. a::.
A most enjoyable party was given j family,
by Mrs. W. A. Coffin at her home on 1 Mr. James Cates, of Greensboro, w.
Sunset Avenue Saturday in honor of dawn binlshootins1 ;with Mr. R. E
past and present Asheboro graded : Caveness Saturday. At the same tirv
school teachers. The home was tasu- he sold Mr. Cavenss an Ukland Ca
Messers. J. W. Parks, G. M. Y01
and I. F. Craven have recently bou.' 1
Maxwells Cars from Rams:ur Mor'.i
Mr. C. B. Smith made a business t i
to Greensboro last week.
..1 '. .:
. ' 24
Price cause of his death was a leaking Mrs. Frieson Atkinson, at Mullens, &
j .13 neart vaive. c. He was accompanied home by his
2.75 A provision in the railroad bill abol- youngest daughter, Miss Delphina,
,09 ishing the Jim Crow cars on the South- who has been visiting her sister for
,04 era railroads: was killed upon motion several months.
,09 of a Soutn Carolina Democrat who Mrs. R. F. Brown and R. F., jr., of
.064 made such a vigorous speech that Durham, are spending some time with
,09 enough ;New York and New England her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Slack.
Republicans came to his rescue and de- Mr. T. W. Lawrence, of Why Not,
.46 eated measure. and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Auman, of
1,75 j ... Three graduates of the State School Steeds, attended the Christian Cohrer
' .29 V the Wind Raleigh have entered ence at Burlington last week
. .63 the University of North Carolina and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. King and children
. 1.90 al'e takihg.the regular course in tne spent Saturday night with MrsKing's
.07 Freshman class and are keeping up grandfather, Rev. Wm, Smith. He is
.09 'with their class. ' almost 89 years old and has,haa a
.04 , The importation of foods from stroke of paralysis.
- ,14 foreign countries to the United States Miss Nova Sheets, of High Point,
,33 is increasing each month, but the spent last week with her parents, Mr.
.04 amount imported has not yet reached and Mrs. Henry Sheets.
- '22 ' the amount before the war. Mr. George. Brown, of Star, was the
.37 1 , The Annual Conference of North o-uest of his sister, Mrs. L..A. King,
.24 Carolina Methodist Protestants met on Sunday. . ,
,07. Tuesday of this week and will continue Hog killing is on in this Section.
,04'tl.rough Monday of next week with the There are a large number of ,hor5 te
.09 Concord Methodist Protestant church, be killed. Mr. J. B. Slack killed one
.091 The North Carolina Conference ol
,13 the Methodist Episcopal Chuicn South
,11 met at Wilson Tuesday of this week.
.4!) liishop U. V. W. Darlington of liunt
.52 mglon, VVei t Vij'ginia presiding.
.00 Tne .i-.i.ai Baptut citu's Con ention
,54 which mot in i'.'aleiga lust v.eek wa.s
09 the laigest thai, has- asseml-letl in tae
Jilt .SU'..'iiw. X. i j
, co a!.-()!,.-h i.:
Monday weiffiiing"348 pounas.
Mr. J. A. Monroe has purchased a
corn mill to grind feed with.
Mrs. Hargraves spent last week n
t'vs section cxaminiiuj school children
and giving lessons in the nursery
Mr. and Mr?. L. E. Ca?!e and Mas-
is I: r James, of Vadeville, were Visitors
ie hi.'i'c vecently.
!:- A nunher ei" the citizens here ex
1 ; t 10 ii U-!wi the Sar.dli! Fair at
it -si; t!.is week.
: . . t. ncs, a i...x..tif;t i'
.-iducUii- 0:1 the Southern Uail.oad 1':
01 y.ea. s, thed at m homc.in
Gove; nor Patterson to Speak at
" j:, ' :rl.'-.:' V.TT. I:::;'1;':'- ! "V. ; :,.
M. E. Crureh, Torrigivt
i s ' ' rn R . p.;ittn)-?oii, former. .'.
": f ' d T Tf"j)f On 3 of-
and o;i oT .Ime.rica's
1 ' n:- ' V. ho,
r-:"v-, i; un:;inTa.'.?d. will
.A) IO U
ly decorated with chrysanthemums
and salvia. The hostess called on
some of the older teachers for a his
tory of the schools in the town, after
which different teachers gave varied
and amusing .experiences.
All out of town teachers past and
present touched on the "boarding
problem. One victim said she had liv
ed in nearly every home in the town.
Ahother feature of the entertain
ment was that of "Advice to Teache
ers," taken from the letters in each
individual's name. . This caused much
merriment containing wholesome ad
vice without premeditation. . Fruit
salad sandwiches and cocoa were served.
Meeting at the Presbyterian Church
-ia PtofMa title Week v
Dr. T. M. McConnell, of Greensboro,
is conducting a series ef meetings at
the Presbyterian efcurch this week, and
ia 'having very successful meeting.
Dr. McConnell to eae of the State's
best emagelistie preachers, and is do
ing much good over the state, towards
the enlarging and increasing of Gocn
kingdom, . .'.";"
Hal Etch Entertams
Oa last Friday evening Hal Rich en
tertained several of his young friend
from seven until ten, the occasion be
ing hU twelfth birthday. The guests
were met at the door by Misses Mary
Fex and Mae Preanell and were ush
ered bite the parlor. Progressive con
versation was the main feature ef the
evening. After several - games had
been played there vu u automobile
contest la which Misses Margaret
York and Iimnia Birkhead wen a sice
boi of candy. .
The guests were then invited into
the dining room .where they were
. served hot chocolate and cake by Mrs.
Parrish and Mrs. Rich, , '
FRIENDS QUARTERLY MEET.
, 7 INO TO BE HELD
" ' .
' The FrWfi Southern Quarterly
Meeting will convene at Science Hill
i Church next Friday and Saturday,
4, Nov. Slit, and 22, commencing Satur-
day afternoon at 2:00 p. m, and run
, nlng on over Saturday. There will be
preaching t 11:00 in the morning and
ImmedlaUlr sfUmoon the business
. parte! the mooting will blilt .
'. .. ' KliV. T. F. ANDREWS,
al.ovo oi l ami
...I a id st ad c.
:ii : ra.:
lLv) TO h
.iK A NliK.-K
Sophia Route 1
can learn to Ik? a
earn from 15 to
wesK. li you
; in a hospital
siadv a coin-
Several 01 our yoanj; people
cd preaching at Union Sunday.
Mr. Jaaic. C. Davis spent l!i
end with homefolks.
T'r. Frank Davis and Mi:;r, Nannie
Davis attended preaching at Union
News From Old Trinity
Mrs. Claudie Rice of Thomaaville,
visited relatives in town lately.
M. Lyde Leach Johnson, of Hirrh
Point, has been visiting home folks on
Rev. Ellington our new preacher
filled his first appointment Sunday
Blanche Fallow, 01 uauioru
t Sunday sight a 4he
S. , '''.'''
Mrs. W. N. Elder are snak-
tions to leave here abont the
22. for Hopewell Va. ' where
11 spend time before their
ire for Soou Ameriea.
Harris of North Trinitv was
take to the hospital ia High Point
last week. . ' ,
Ned 'Pegram has rebaraed to Dur
ham. Mr.' and Mrs. Brace Oaven her? re
turned home. '' .
Jlme White hart his toe ngm, Dadiy
:.l nar.'.o am
-J'.ve dollar s pe.
ir.erd lh.ee year
i :u-;i. : os dtal aJ'r
1 1 11 I XT ; Unnduir
mon- sense oook, cauen j.iui;;iiik m
the Home." by Lee 11. Smith, M. I). Mr. l'a il Davis s' -nt
This book is wiitten in a way that is noon at Mr. T. J. Coltranes.
easy to comprehend. It will teach
how to recognize uiiiereni uih-
r trx In'
I ;a id iun
t ! .:, I
"ita.iii (.'.' .' o :
t !;, . . i.; 1. '
i ii'.,.c :1:1c
The :i i, ;.:i . '
in;; that ct '.
cwi'nly, a fi .
at the M. F.
: ; at 7:i;0 :.
x - V.'ta.J
; able ;-
A a p:a;r
in his s'.ate,
were tne guest 01 Misses iora anu
Laura Iliniihaw Sunday afternoon.
eases; now to take temperature; now
to take care of fever patients, how to
give baths; all about the sick-room.
It treats of Lurns and scalds, broken
limbs, bleeding from wounds, (bandag
ing), drowning, fainting almost every
contingency is covered.
Many'pages are devoted to Hygiene,
Antomy Physiology and Medicine.
It contains advice for mothers and
tells how to care for infants.
some red cloth, is woAh $2.00, but for with his parents on Randleman Route
a limited time can be procured by 2.
sending fifty cents to the publishers, Mrs. Delia Snider and Mr. Lee, of
World's Medical Press, 662 Wasington High Point, passed through the city
Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Sunday.
, I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steed of Ashe-
A Thanksgiving Gift Requested boro visited Mrs. Steeds parents Mr.
' an1 Um .Cht.nul TTo r nm Cnndov
, . miu ....0. u 1 1 V. iu. a wi.vn miim.j
The roDiiciiy. oopunittco u
tano la:c. T
tax paid to lis:
1 st iniiel ic. i u r
K. Holt, c
i .lolm (i. Sh;w, of l-'ayi'tteville, is to
contest lor to.! DiM.iocrulic uoiiuna
tion in tre GLh (onjtressional District
ajrainst the pr.- .eat lr.caniher.t, Hanni
bal L. Godwin. .
Whil" is" soii'icrs were ir.r.rching
through Centralia, Washington they
were fired upon by the I. W. W.'s from
nmrtimVi vwl cniTaiol rf f 1 ivuvq L-ill
Messrs. Charlie and Wesley Cog-in, b ht on a jck uprisin(;
aganst the attackei-s, numbers of whom
were arrested and hurried to 1r.1l.
Miss Althea Farlow spent Friday What Hosp thp Tptters I w.Wmpnn?
night with Miss Annie Cox. .They mean the Industral Workers of wr-jting.
Mr. W. N. Elder ,of Trinity, spent the world; but not many of them be
Thursday at Mrs. Sarah Orsbornes. Tieve in Industrial work it seems.
Mrs. A. E. Edwards spent Monday to see shining in letters
at her farm on Asheboro Route 2. of Kld on the walls of cvery hospital
Mr. R. L. Allred pent the veek end
;! r;-.-'. ) r. s 1 ;'.,H:r
ar.d f" "v in f'e nation.
is one of hundreds of nalional
pro'iiliition rallies now L'e;ng
Several attended the corn shuckinp;
at Miss Annie Cox's Friday nipdit. Al!
report a nice time. 1
cted hv the Anti-baleon League
of America, with the co-opciation of
the State Leagues. An offering to aid
in financing the world pioiiibition
ni') 1'inent v. ill be taken.
All are welcome. Admission free.
Western Randolph News
i'-'v. C. P. Goade jtrcachod a splen
did sermon at Prospect last Sunday.
Mr. Jesse Frazier and family, of
High Point, visited his mother, Mrs.
Allen Frazier, recently.
Mrs. L. B. Frazier is very ill at this
ward the words of the verse:
Faint not nor fear, His arms
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilson visited
Mr. Willie Ward, of near High Point,
Mr. E. E. Wilson has accepted a re
sponsible position in Thomasville.
Mr. C. 11. Burton has nurchased a
.Mi anrl T 1-0 T? Prfltinr artAnt'
He changed not, and thou art dear; loBt Sunday with Mrs. Allen Frazier.
Only beheve and thou shalt see Misse8 Carrie and BeMie Hepler, mt
That Christ is all in all to thee." High Point, visited treir parents, Mr.
I can conceive no words more likely and Mr8 H. Hepler, last Saturday
to touch the hearts of poor suffering an(j Sunday.
ones, causing them to realize how ex- u!,u. v'ntu q j vn; t
ccedingly precious each Individual is to ,ian were n nh Point Hhoi,tiir!r lart
wily 1 Thn PnMlpitv UommlttCO nas seal. o(..i. n.,j. .J .1.1 M,'..."',:CT"lllll)' l""-i" iraiiviuuw in 10 .lnn WPr1
while working ia the factory ta. High Courier letter requesting us to pV 1 Marv visited UliAnZ h?.art J, tlle, freat Father.-The Saturday.
' ' I . . appeal to tho ptbple of tne County and ami vym Farlow Sundav. v.nnwin vvoria. .
Miss Iifly Royals was tewa not state to g,w thcir entire income for Mr Harris Coltranei of Jamestown). r- .Lowacrmi,K noy iivir.? Centril, Fa)u Uemtt
nuns mauge nog'ion 01 itanuiemaa
, Sugar plenty ia tewa
Earnest Welborne' is
beef oa the streeta sew.
Mlse Mabel ParrisV Tmttrttkm Vrlday
A business meeting ei the Friday
Aftemeoa Onb wae laid wfth Ms
Mabel Parrish Tuesday eveiJett at her
tunne an South FavettevBst
Election of efficere seaslfasT aw fel
lows: President, Miss Mabel VSrrhfc. I
' 8ecreary and Treasorrr, JDm hum
www v n " -- mr, narns vuitrui, ui rfaiiitinwwii ( , vi d:..u..i . . t i
Aw, inhnr fnr the benefit of the i 1 j vi t- .at Norman, Richmond county, formerly
oan homes. There are today twenty jHariboro . gchool is progressing i th". cou"tv Secured 2427 pounds of 8rwnt B fnw dayH liere 1 TOk vlB1
orphan homes in the State, and it be- njcel with Mts. Dora Davis ss prin- .." "rn ,wh'ch.,s "g friends.
hooves every one to give their allote- d anJ Mis Julian assistant.1"1 aout. "r' Pum " of. Misses Virgie a.-vl Essie Allred and
ment v . Mr. Vernie Sawyer visited Mr. B. K. "d, V0""'1?1 acul lada Yow spent the week end with
The pastors of all churches and the Ga-dner Sunday afternoon. a"d. 25 f0hfnc?tto,n "f?1 homc MU'
superintendents of all Sunday schools Mr. Reece Snyder Thedore and Earl hudred nminds f od " Mr arJr AIH',fre V'Hitwl ,n Wortto'
a.e lequoswid to aneci awnwon iu rariow visitea Lister anyucr Sunday " vjuy iuKhu ho uutn
the Thanksgiving olTeiing at their -noon. Mr Lowdermllk has a good sweet that he visits up there nuite often and
services Sunday, November VW. Mr.. Percy Morgan spent Sunday Potato yield. In a twelvnfoot row ne he is pretty hard to wake up when he
niZ .t With friends on the Route. . UUK uuim vt me norwo ian vn- oacK.
M.S. Eliza Elwards and daughter rlcty
Co. a spent rriday in Hijh Point.
Josephlae Wade Weds in Quit
Uonor Roll for Shepherd Scliool
First Grade Mabel Rush, EuleU
Tho following announcement of the
mai-rinira of Miis JoseD.iino Wade
Mrs. Edwin Cranxotd. Iama. i. U. will be of Interest to. many 01 her rei
Crutchfield and Misses Margant mor. aUves and friends ia this section of Bobbins.
ria and Edna Caveness were elected North Carolina. . Miss Wbdo in a Second Grade Blanche Hunt, Fan
membert of the club. 7 . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver nie Robins..'
The hostess served cream and ease. Vade and a granddaughter of the iate' &ixth Grade Maxine Harris, Louie
The ftrst mrular meeting ef the club o. B. Cox, of Asheboro. - . Hunt
will be held Friday evening with Miss Mf. and Mrs. Oliver Monroe Wade Seventh Grade Mabel Kearns.
Bert Scarbore. ' ', announce the marriage ef their daugh-. Eight Grade Verda Morgan, Stella
" - r Jna.nfctn. tn Mr. Owir Im Ko- Parrish. Lvde Horraa.
. . . . m vvtf - -- j- - r .... . . . V.. . "
The Bute farm, uiowa as ine ri-i on Saturday, tne lovn 01 novera-
MR. CONR RIDT.E ACCKPTS
POSITION WITH W. Q. UROKAW
The SUte farm, known as Tne nan- -,1, on Saturday, the 16t
fan Farm will be oM ta o Dee- ter. 1019, Quitman, Ge,"
emoer eta. .
II, Uf U,
Virgie Sawyer. Principal.
Lyde Kearns, Assistant
Mr. A. C. Allml was a visitor here
lant Mondny night.
Rev. T. A. Pyler was calUxl to New
ton Saturday night to preach the rune-
1 rai or Char'frs Johnson.
Mrs. W. E. Rollins is visiting reV-
Mr. Cono Ridge, of Asheboro, has ativen tn T omnaville this week,
recently accepted a temporary nosi- Mrs. D. N. Hamilton went huntrng
Won with Mr. W. G. Brokaw, of Trin- Saturday evening and kiUod two equir-'
ity, as tho manager of Falrview Park rels. It was the first time the had ever
Kennels, and to train bird dogs. hot a rifle. ' .
Mr. Ridge's ability as a dog expert Mr. and Mrs. L N. Cox are visiting
is not surpassed by any one. He re- homefolks. tn Goldsboro. , -eently
woa beautiful cud at the Hills- . There was a anelUnv match at th
bore Fair, and ia well known ' as a school house Friday night and autte a
number, one dog trainer.
lot of out ef town visitors were there,
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