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PIUN CJPLES, NOT MEN
: Ashbor, North Carolina. Thursday, December" 13, 1918
CLYDE HOEY ELECW'
GRESS OVER JOHN W
IVy OF THE'COCRESr- '
i,i ! 1 tn.r i. - i j
, . . . HEAD
After a etreneoua campaign
Ninth District, Clyde B Hoey, on
Tuesday of this week ' deieated John..
M. Morehead for Congress by a na-,'
jor.sy or nearly two thousand, to suc-i
ceed E. Yates Webb. The campaign
was largely on the issue of toe league
of mwwns. Tne Democratic- candidate
had the odds against him in having a
several times millionaire as his op-,
ponent, with all his resources as well
as tne financial aid torm the Republi-,
can National Committee.
hoey carried six counties, . while
Morenead carried four. In the last e.-j
the Democratic candidate car-1
ried five counties, and the Republican -
candidate carried five. ' . v I ' Asheboro, N. C
The only county that shifted from'- 4 December, 18, 1919
the regular election was Burke. Mr. Santa Claus
which is otticiaUy ; reported to nave Pcean'
rivan Hoey a majority of 78 agains; a t,fc,anta- fl , L ,
81 It . iBet you don't know who I am? I ai
The Hoey majority to Mecklenburg 1 go to school, bo please don't forgev
county, including Cfiarlotte is. 2,163. m Christmas. Eye.
X vote for Hwy was 3,675 and for J,H"M.0-0?.
Morehead 1,612. Tne . vote in the city " ana
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS
an fail ijjiL. ine vuwj u vuc vvj - . , f :
h 1R7 f ttoev and 767 forbore- low carnage, a doll trunk and a
and a ring with my birth i
LiJ-ihn hnmo'pnnntv. rave in it..I was born In October.
rwainniT Hnv8 home countv. irave was oorn in unooer.- Ana 1
SJllfll iki would like some nuts, fruit and.candy.
Guess this is alL If I think of anything
flr."'".! more, I will write you aeain.
fVCShetd 1 306 i " And lea8e' Mr. Sante Claus don't
rllT-' Mr.1for Vf- little children th Christ-.
wi.tl2MS-I?tortfa-JK don' enough tr go
iJna fr Hoev. . iwve. you.
Ltocota coJnty gave Hoey, a ma- Meien M1CK- '
jority of 167, while Morehead receiv-
d 218 majority i& Catawba. 4 ' - Asheboro, n! a i
Avery gave Morehead 777. majority December, 18, 1919
according to official reports. - iMr. Santa Claus
Madison gave Morehead a majority, North Pole,
of approximately 1,000, it 1b estmated Dear Santa:
while estimates place tus majoniy in I am a good little girl in "Dixie
Michell at 850. Land" so far from where roa live that
Hoeys majority in Yancy is es- T am writing to tell you what Iwant
timated at 200, - ' I yon to bring, so you will not forget me.
Tka fiomna eomniled by the UD-, I want A doll with Bnn nniifrk mrlv
server irom .official and unofiicial hair, a carriage to take her out riding
sources and from reliable estimates a tea set and table and chairs so she
give Hoey a total majority in the six can give parties, and a bed and dresser
counties he carried of 4,722 and give for her room, and don't forget to put
Morehead an aggregate majority in in some pant and powder for her face,
his four counties of 2,845, making And I want some fruits and candies
Hoev's net majority 1,877. itop.
Mr. Hoey will take his seat in Con- And dear Santa, don't forget any
cress soon after the holiday recess, little boys and girls this Christmas
jcordine to a dispatch from Shelby, time.
a ' x 1 - Av'J jj H Ti '-r'i's Si J wi
ld Jvib , ' is At
. 11:11 Jkr - 'S.I Hi I
'aSi v. ,r,,; ;, i ,T.ir iw i iiiiMiiwiiiMwfiiizT7 '" TzZj
Stone President Farmers Union
i ne annual aeoaiun w.
Your little friend,
lina Fartners Union nvention, wa Dear Santa:
held lb febrf 1- ' L' .
Your little friend
me a car with
SSent'ttocceW.-- Alexandenth a track, a tnachine-gnfl, ....Hooka
who has retired to practice meaicine u ue
t Pinevillej N. C. .istone, me newj
Dresident. is 'against the new tax law, -
noiriAprflt. The iJG&r oEnta oiaus
ote was close between Stone and Please bring me a horse and a little
Paul Jones,a wealthy farmer of Edge- wagon and a big wagon and a sled and
U tu u,, was nrettv book with a train on the back of it ami
ZV. divided as to the revaluation a kiddy car and some oranges and can-
measure. Dr. Alexander, the retiring ay
l iesident, made a fierce attack upon
thA f t. The union passed a resolution
nnnsitn thp revaluation SCt. I
It is also understood that John Mr. Santa Claus
Smith's ambitions to have The Co-op- North Pole,
erator, a newspaper recently esteb- Dear Santh Claus:
lished by him at High Point, made the 1 Please bring me one of them dolls
official organ of the unions received a at Mr. Morings with the white cuns
severe blow and the proposition over- and some nuts and oranges and ap
,h.in,inrW related. This was for pies. And a picture book, now don't
tho waoon that the paper is believed forget me I live in South Asheboro.
to have been started in the interest of
vthe Republican party and that Smith
intends to use It for political purposes.
His proposition would virtually mean
to tax members of the union to sup
port his paper.
in a Christrr.as.edition. la this issm we .
extend greetings to our patroas aad'
wish for each and every one of th0 a',"'
happy Christmas and a prosporooa
New Year. For more than 't-nr.y ycm
the Courier has been -uWisVed by file
present management never nifcsir.q; a " ;
copy except at Christmas, tune oe- -1
casionaly. During the influenza epi '
demic we made our abearance jh Cits
half regular aixe, ' ,
Many weekly papers threut.ovt tula.
and other States have increased, their
subscriptioa rates .'since thfiiiKsrouse
in the price, of paper. The Courier is
endeavoring to continue its BiW8cr;p .
tion price of ?1.50 par year.. A K eub-. : 0'
scription to the Courier woud'inake'.
anyone a nice Christmas presetottbring-- '
ing fifty-two visits during tlie year,-."
The price of each paper means a little 5, j
more than three cents per week. The !
Courier endeavors to find out the news
and pass it to its readers. '
We again assure our patrons of our
best wishes for a merry Christmas ana -f-",
a happy New Years.. :.sfi
JElhi of prjriaif itSel Sijt . " 1 "rt
Jiut tut taaa tnoiijcr brc5i;.; L
ia place 6aa ft yfcAl
Qwtme ttf free vtt footttt of etru
DR. OSCAR HAYWOOD, NEW YORK
CITY EVANGELIST,' LECTURES
v TO AN APPRECIATIVE AU
DIENCE IN A8HEBORO
Asheboro. N. C.
I wish for a doll and doll bed a vel
ocipede, a train, also apples, candy,
oranges and so on.
Minnfe Leee Hammer Birkhead.
ifgea foere soft . aa, summer
Jia brum aa incite aa enom,
(Ani roimo Cts leab a Ijalo sI;one
Cifee eunliIft'a gollim ooro.
ut,' e lag an ouiraat, Ijtbhen
ffiom jJCeroir'a ctjd Ijarm
e Camb of (Sob ihat tv&ilztt
"jj&pm Cuk nurfljcr'a arm.
little ISabt of etljldicm,
f,- B see tHjee skepinjj tIFje, ..
v QUtt'tgef as beep as summer skies;
(f.Hrj irtofii o fcljtlt anb fair;
Agam 5 see in foonber kneel
i f ?. VL-ije sijeprertrs en u9. itua,
. jaa foitti Uje&r ofia of mgrrlj ' ,.
1 0 ?a frankincense anb golb,
e mor 4ailarg, '
- irt afue Ifrt I;attb taresseb
' "ifalloteb Ijeab of glorg
' JJMjett it latb npon tjer breast;
V J, Ijear tip Tooning lullabg , -;
Pljertf trxtberlg it cliiBjs.
$nx ut.?re C frei ta fcaniter
tEo setk jb,e cruel tree,
JVnb Ijarsb, tlje Ijanba tljat foaiteb
33itrf tb,e:r cro&m of tlforns for tHrftt,
Sut Cbou Iabst tljat one b,appg bmtc
(0f peace anb jog anb rest,
3$ben b,eab foas Iain in SetlIeb,em
Ipon g raoib,er's breast,
Miss Bland Trogdon, of Liberty Weds
Rev. Paul 8. Kennett
A beautiful and impressive wedding
. ceremony was solemnized at the home
of Mr. and Mrs.'Kallly Trogdon, of.
Liberty, Tuesday when their daugh
ter Miss r Bland, became the bride of
Rev Paul S. Kennett, of Siler City.
Only, relatives and intubate' friends
were bresent to witneslr th ceremony
which was performed tei th. groom's yUJ
j.awici, act. ;n5.i ji.yf. -
ox vanaor, xiressecu in pina ow,'
was : ring bearer ,and led the
procession to the, Vltar wher ft.
cred dws were" taken, Miss '
Parks! of llamscur. in white hana.
broidered en . 3 de hette and gerg.,
I was maid of honoi", and preceded t
I bride who entered en the arm of Her
brothefIIr.Tmas Trogdon,- of, "
I Raleigh. i'Thej were met at the altar
uy groom wni r a a
ley Ol Jttllic.iwwu, ; i j i ' .
The bride is a diaghter o? Mrv and -
Mrs. KelWiTrbgdoa end a former stu- - .
dent of North Carolina College for
Women.- ' , ' ' L"- -
The groom is a son of Rev. W .
Kennett, of Winston-Salem. He is a 1
graduate of Guilford College and also
an alumnus of Westminster Theologl
cal Seminary, Wesljninstcr, Md, Tor
the past three yeans he has been pas
tor of the Methodist Pretestant church, .'.
in Siler City.".:; .f:& '
7tomeiiately tfte tne -ceremony the ,
happy cottple .left for Richmond and , r '
WaahiniBton.1 ffS, -iX
Seized By Federal Agents in
Federal food agents here Saturday ' ,
night located 20,000 pounds of sugar .v
in the varehouse of J. W. Jones ana j
Company and ordered its distribution .
looal retail dealers. It . .-K
was a part of a 0,000 poind govern" g'p
ment consigr.mer.; mtd? tl..ae wnoie-
salevs here. The othor two had prop-V
!tk firm ,hnrre vith hoarding, and ;?' ..
oitwl to ar;near to show cause why itS iVf
permit to sell sugar should not be to-ft?.,"
voKeci, ana u line imjiuocu, . .r.,-,
ing any on hand, a search by officers f -revealing
the reserve supply. ; ;.
- : T 7 ..
i Mr. W. O. Hoover Keturns to mauve
Asheboro, N. C.
. December, J 7 1919
Dear banta Clau:
Mr. Oscar Haywood, Evangelist at
i - r-ovoW Baotlst Church
in New YorkUty speniounuaymMHc- Sw..8 " V"T""
boro, the guest of his niece Mrs. Sam will come to see me Christmas. I want
Walker Dr Haywood, in the absence you to bring me a doll itiat will open
-:ui... f t M. KJher eyes and a car ri aire for her and
Church flUed his pulpit on Sunday. bring me some candy. and apples and SanU Ciau8e:
Dear old Santa: ,
It seems a long time since yoa were
here last Christmas. I hope you you
have lots pf thinps this year. for all
good boys and girls.
I want a walking doll and a bed for
her, a little signet ring and some
candy and nuts. Guess you have more
sugar than mother has. I would like
to have a bicycle but maby I had
better vait till next year when the
streets are better. Dont foget fatty
and Dill and all the little girls and
CHARLES A. HAMLIN
KILLED IN N. & W. WRECK
the United States D Charies Austin Hamlin, now in
half a billion dollais . . Pnint of M, w p Hamlin,
an and three others persons were
killed and ten injured on the night of
December 18th, at Walton, Va., in a
rear end smash of Norfolk and Wes
tern passenger train.
There are in
Trcasi;rv almos t half a billion dollars H- h point a son of Mr w
more this year than last, consisting of of Asheboro a Chiroprac'
two ana a nan Diuions in tuiu, uic
amount in circulation has reached the
stupendous total of $5,766,029,973.
This is $57.66 for each person in the
United States, if we call the popula
MRS. E. L. MOFFITT HOSTESS
O THE RANDOLPH BOOK CLUB
The members of the Randolph Book
mornintr. preaching a most eloquent vraiigea mm on ...u v. '"""
sermon. On Sunda? evening Dr. Haylydu to bring me a book to read I want
wood delivered . his famous lecture,' yon to bring some other little children
SSS :tsSSm I hi. Makers." I something to. I win close and wishing
MASTER REID niX nk v
CELEBRATE EIGHT BIRTHDAY
Kiautlful little- birth . day
tarty was given at the home of Mr. I
a merry innsimas.
Your, little friend
Jamie A. Wood.
I thank you so much for bringing
me the nice doll and carriage last
year and 1 want you to brin.r: me a bed
for my doll this year, A I. ho I want
a nice picture bok and a new tie and
most anything clue you have that's nice
io.ijM.iK tiieir unsuccessful sin::e,
j thousands of steel workers who re-
himm) a tVinip urnrlr urA thrnwn nut
I of erriployment because the coal strike Club were entertained by Mrs. h. L.
I had cut the coal off necessary for MolTitt on last Friday afternoon at her
Germany is already vjo'ating the
laws of the Armistice and Treaty by
building up a new ami well trained
army. This army has reached a tot" I
of 400,000 men, although the maxi
mum number of men were 100,000.
home on Sjnset Avenue. Mrs. Motnu
told some very interesting experien
ces which occurred duiing. fu r recent
visit to New York City. The hostess
assisted by her sister. Mir Dick Khodep
served a delicious naiad course.
Asheboro, N. C.
December. 17 1919
.mi Mm a. A. Ulrks on Norm ray-.Dear Santa Claus:
ettvllle Street last Saturday In honor J will you plase bring me a air rifle,
of their little aon Reid from three to A toy cannon, a small hatchet and
fire o'clock. Various games were en-j hammer, and nuts, oranges, apples
Joyed by the little folks. Cakes, marsn- and candy.
, mamma and popcorn were served.
for little girls. Please don't forget to Thre are several million veterans
put some good candy, friit and nuts, who might be quickly recruited into
in my stockings too. the new Army. France dreads an
Your little friend, early renewal of the war. Germany
Ida Maie rarrlsh. -w demand a revision of the whole
Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt Manifests
Interest in Buncombe County Seed
Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt attend'
ed the Buncombe county xced com
show last week and assisted serving
County Afler Thirty rstiie Years
Mr. W. O. Hoover, who left Ran- -,
dolph County in 1880, is paying hta ;
first visit to his native county.;
Mr. Hoover is a brother of Mr. T. J.
Hoover of Asheboro. He left this .
county 39 years ago and went to In-
diania where he engaged in farming.
Mr Hoover lived in Wabash county oa
the famous Wabash river. He has beenr
married twice, both times to Indiana
wom n. A few years ago Mr. Hoover ;
moved to Indiania where he has lived .
until two years ago when he moved to
Baltimore,'and has been engaged since
that time as mechanic in the car shop.
He is delighted to r.ieet his friends and
relatives in this section of North Car-,;,
olina. nnd he is alrea.ly noticing the ;,
lnfpilalitv for which the tar heels are.,
noted. He will visit friends In this'-'
.ect'nn of the State before returning-.'
to his home in Baltimore. ,
COBLE-COBLE , f''
. . . . a. i ...:.w snow
, ireaiy, wmcn hoc uw-r-v, vu ,linrhpon to ar(re number who as
Those enjoying tho hospitality of the
little host were -.Nettie ; Wood, Ketsy
, and Edward ArtnflelJ, . Penn Wood
i'itin. JnHhpnh. Koss.i Edward and
"William Huehcs. Henry Redding, Ivey
, Edward Hall, Colon Moore, Bilnt
Wood.'C. L. and Davis Cranford.
Walter Presnell Jr,
IT.' S. Mevee To Save CoeL
The Government at 1 Washington
laid plans to save coal. ' The Direc-tor-Grneral
of Railroads authorised
dilicontlnuing such passenger trains as
cotild be spare!. Export of coal was
forbidden, and foreign steamers In our
ports were rut off from obtaining ur-
for their own boilers.
T h in wan a rem Inder that th United
Kfntoa at war. The same
rule !!l to itfamers on inland wa-
tr y. - ' 4
Tl x Tv.r .n ' National Convn-
r i v : ! i - I I In Chicago June 8th
Xmfis. flay at Bethel Sshool Iloune
Tncre will bo a play given at Bethel . , , . A f R.
AdmUlon 15 and 25 cents proceeds A new D Haviland-4 airplane "-,
! to be coed for benefit of Kchoet. neeially built for the postal crvice
. . had 1U trial flight the other day ami
1 TO SUBSCRIBERS It brought 30,000 letters from New
s York City to Washington, in 94 min-.
Statements have ben sent to sub- utes. The letters weighed 030 pounds. I
tended the .show. Mrs. Vanderbilt is no
d-mbt due to the fact that a number of
boys of the farms of the Biltmorr
e-tate were contestants in the show.
Miss I.illey Coble and Mr. Tlenry
I' Coble of Julian, ,were married In .
Greensboro last Saturday. They will
reside at Julian where Mr. Cobld is en-
- ! rratrt in farminff.
Mr. Pinkney Stafford, an aged citi
zen of Forsyth county, died at his home
at Kernersville lait week. The funeral
sen-ices were conducted by Rev. T. J.
OgbiM-n, a former pastor of Asheboro.
Asheboro, N. C
Gifts For the Count v Home
The Randolph Book Huh at n ro'-nt
meeting, appointed Mosdnmrn J. V.
1 1 . . .1 n n Mrnw mm.
Dear SanU: ; . . SUtomenU have been sent to sub- utes. The letters weighed pounds. v' " .
I can not write so sister Is wrting crlber whose subscriptions are duo The distance was 218 miles, tfic rate w Tnfthn inmntesoV the
for me. I want yon to bring me a large and It is to be hoped that payment will of speed was more than two miles I " 'J w 11 be
doll, some candy, oranges andmiw. be tnwle by all thoat whose paid. up minute. , 1,3-!. .nnmnrfaMon.. Plth.r boro. Encourar'nz reports from
Be sure that,0.o doll can open and shut subscriptions have P"d before , d F k Carte)f nM mU th Al-.fmon; " r RrTy k.nd for these 1 ferenttown throughout the state
his eyes audita .2t : .9rtl,VnnTbt.CSS!1!r WJ" r-marlo News to the former owner, J.)unfortZ Icomingin. The colored people ki Ho
" , I uiw m mi wu t ( ir p Brvins. Mr. B'vlns ha sold tne , ,
. Catherine FmncH. - ' " ', ': .... baner to the-Heralda weekly paper AtkM.arU Ha. nratraetWe Fire
Ti cZZ'caEZZ f.tab,lshed at Albemarle wtthln the bu((inm blocki of Albemarle on Sun
Uoon urease lempany , . mnA AuA hv lawvnr A. C. j i tui. i. . (,
m m ii. rwr . r is r m m m aha. m ninf iiiviiiuiat sin. mm
. Anheboro, "-yi'- . ' lm.y; ""' " ' 21 T," Huneyeutt. " ; m , Alhamaria has exoerienced ra IU busl-
' . , December 1C, jDoro na tor many yrars wnsywin, - '. for anun.b.r of years. As
D-r 8anUi . v t '.fFWT? .J.l-n!J li.uS a 'nH.d a 111 business hous- are' built of
Krln YMA m mnm. m UM11 nfTW. IflK out OP, IS VI1W IMtivw ihsmm ' '" - ' r - .... ...
S-le of Red Cross Beats Pregrc-wlng
Th? Health Depnrtement of the
Woman's Club Is selling Red ' Ctw
Christmas seals. Some canvnwilng hn
already been done, and seals are en
..I. -. U Af tl.it mi rTm in A r 1
run. k uvvu ,.v uiwb vv ' i '
nunty have made a splendid record.
Up to the present time ureennnoro an i
Winston-Salem are heading the l t in
sale of seals. .
' " " " . i t. . r.. iM.-u t intmmt anM Moth, fram Crmeress as a DerrnaneTit milt-l
an ulomODIitSiwy ami .ry.v. . -"""A" T T. ,. . . DrlnclniU loss
mnr :jror:r74rMv7 r&izzra .uii Fred coMi buiidiag.
I snail tnana twiw y.r "iW: .-.a I,. Msnt I. Buncombe eountr while stores ahd Jaw
TTnrt riiJ , :ir " ' r-r'1-' " ,h ' last wsek. i ' , - . were revered by
brick with standard lire - wall. The
was the W. T. Hucka-
whlch houses dry roods
offices. Most of these
Insurance. 1 '
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week oa account of Christma.
thank our patrons, subarriber nr
trons, for their patronage and t
uul elkaa for (!hHitmaii i !
' N'w Year. , ,