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', - . i i ill ' ' i . ! I rri , i n i . t
$2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Aahebore Norte Ceiua Thursday, .February, 1 1922
' HERE AND THERE
' FRANKLIN YULE NEWS '.
- MraH S.Edwards. who underwent
an operation m the hospital at Ashe
boro, a few-days ,ago, has returned
Rome ana is very mucu iibiioto.
' Mr) Bemiie Pilkenton and Miss EOn
Prevost were married Saturday even
ing at the residence 'of Rev, J. V.
Hackney,5 who preformed the cere
mony;v N ,- '
Mr David ' HoKday has accepted a
DocitioR.as book keeper with the Co-
t operative DairV, and Ice Cream Co.,
. or ureensDoro
? iiThTand a splendid store
dwelUng house ana a p
building: on the property. "J? r
Marlev can see his way 4ear, to
move DacK yo vu " - ,Bt, -
Miss ' ? Sadie Smith ,of Salisburrj ,
WEEKLY RALEIGH IfTTER
' (By Maxwell Gorman.)
PVK 1 Attornev Gen
eral Mannings former Supreme Cour4.
Justice Brown, Hon. Tho. t i. war.
ren of counsel for the state, in the
hearing of Greensboro of- the rail
roads against the State Commtwaoh
er of Revenue, have returned Trom
Greensboro, where the ca was
heard by the three federal judges.
It will be at least a month before
the decision b announced to the "pub
Hi. AKrmt three million dollars, in
AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
i v f itAY3 ate involved
t! WreW I Judg Waddell announced the
Mr. James Catrle and -on Howard.
of Texas, are- visiting his sister Mrs.
E. P. Webster" -.
Several of onr peoplpe attended the
play given ft the. academy at Ram
seur .last week.
There are several cases of sickness
and a few cases of pneumonia in this
community,' but all are reported im
proving at this writing.
Mr. Lee Wright is preparing to
erect a nice dwelljng on Asheboro
street, near C L. Allred's residence.
nur .ifw ftirtiBrs liavp been' ilolnir
Air, and loan aSSOCiaii.oira, .i.-j.-j nn mnw nt our
of Asheboro, are doing mucnio uu u 8treets and it i8-h0ped that they will
"uo the town. iney ne " , soon find time to gravel the street
houses for those wno nee i " "f" I from Depot to T. A' Slack's residence,
.house and nome yu- - -
Mr. Ed Tysinger and fanu ly Jave
moved two miles west of Acboro.
Mr O. Slack recently sold n build-,
inflot in south Asheboto to Mr. KW
I tfther Mr. Luther intends to. buiW
.hSi there for himself nd mil
family there fa the su
Mr W. B. Poole, of . Randleman
Route 2, has sold his farm and mOV:
rvr iu, k,v tn Asheboro.
Mr J. 0. Harper, of Seagrove, has
moved his family to Asheboro.
Mr. Lee Gibson will move to High
Poinin order to be closer to tas
work .This is a good fwy "J we
regret to see them leave Asheboro. .
We hear that there' is, to be a new
lip-to-date grocery store in Asheboio
SOOn. , , i,QoaH
Mr' Irving Burrow na iwu.--
thf Gibson house in West ' Ashe-
Columbi Manufabturing Company v
"1,,,. -Sw had his subscription
Tn; Courier moved up to Fetewj
This , is one of the most important
streets in town, yet it has been nes
lected and part f the time is almost
Mrs. Annie Trosrdon died at hpr
home South of Franklinille last Mon-I
day night, acre 0 years, and was
buried at Giles Chapel Tuesday.
Funeral was conducted by Eov. Joel
Trogdon, of Lexington. She is sur
vived b yher husband Wm R. Trosr,
one son Levi Trogdon, of Leximrton.
three daughters, firs. 0- F Tow, of
Greensboro; and Mrs. John Brady,: of
thislJace.' One brothter 3(1 r. Levi
Tucker, of near Asheboro, nn- rter,
Mies Martha-Tucker, of this nla-e.
She was a daughter of the late John-'
atb an 'Tucker,
17 1n'23. HC. IS lnveicoi-cu
building up of Ramseur and tne cor-.-muniiy
and the development oi the
road!.' schools and churches.
Mr J D. Leonard, bookkeeper for
the Columbia JvlBnu,1Bf:,'u;"'
nany, of Ramseur, believes m Tne
Courier and his date . is where yours
should be-next year. Mr.
is a progressive citizen in every re
spectPond is anxious to see Ramseur
erow and improve. .
Mr H T. Bray, vho has been liv.
ing in Gweboro -fo a year, bs
moW to his fatm in Coleridge town-
ShMr L C Bray has moved his fam
ilymmseur Route J. .to the
Julian section . of
the Randleman Motor Compaq , u-
Mr W J. Gregaon has accepted a
Uon as bookVeper for ta Antral-
Mr encSW has moved
mu'iheTouse in Wesl JJ,
Z2:,Ami liauor made -to )
; "fi now than at any ume
j, u-vi What are we gi-
HEAVY SNOW FALL
Although Randolph has not boon so
hard hit, our neighboring counties
have been yisited by tne ooldeit
weather, and severest, snowstorm ex
perienced in a quarter of a century.
In Greensboro traffic, was lurtriv,-
halted, while the mercury huddled
around the zero point. Coal and fire,
wood are in hfeavy demand. . Trade
wan "for oAmA slntfa lit , p. jstrid.-t.ifT. :
grip of the cold-wave. S;i;i fj-annsso
has had snow for the first timo in fix
years," and Los Angeles and SeutVi-n
California the nrnt time in "J "op".
The situation, however, scnis to
now approaching normal and north
ern and western mails cornier hi n
usual. Crop" prospects for the yo
cision to take. at least thirty aays
before passing upon the three .ssues
If the railroads loose, me next move
win hn theirs. Lacking any stay
irninst thx collection of taxes, tney
are expected to appeal to a higher
court and are expected, if they loso
there, to .carry their case to . the Su
preme Court of the United States." ,
If a temporary injunction against
the collection of taxes in question is
D-ratited. the cases will be heard on
their merits, with evidence presented.
The Southern and Atlantic anc Tad-
kin will be heard, in that case, i
Western North Carolina Federal Di
trict Court, r.nd other bases will go
hnfore Judire H. G. Connor in East
ern North Carolina Federal District
Court at Raleigh.
The Three Issues
First, where the railroads discrimi
nated aeainst by the revenue com-
North Carolina. A. D.
Watts, when he refused to reduce
nr,rPMahlv or to reduce at all tr.u
Iqv va nations OI tne aouuieiu, n-
latitic .and Yadkin, . Atlantic Coast
Line, Seaboard, and Norfolk South
ern, in view of horizontal reductions
made in other real estate in sixty.
mnntieK of North Carolina"
o i ; tVio tntp eorooration I r
ocwimi .. ivp
irancnise tax as jl ttpjjiica ""i
Third, is the state corporation in
come tax as it applies to railroads
nrw nro the valuations assesstti
MISS NANNIE;! LAMBERT
KILLED IN fpiClER-
Due to the caving in of the roof of
the Knickerbocker Theater, last S-it.
urday night, ono of the m06t heart
rending tragedies the city of Wash
ington has ever known resulted.
iThe cause of the collapse is attrib
uted to the weight of the snow on the
roof which had accumulated during
tbio severe Btorm of the week The
death toll will perhaps exceed one
hundred, 97 havings been identified,"the
majority being from the city, al
though many are from other sections
of the country.
'' Soldiers, marines, policemen ana
others fousrht their way through the
mass of debris of concrete and steel,
working heroically to rescue the large
number of victims buried beneath it.
V The theater had a seating capacity
of 2,000, but due to the state of the
weather, only about 300 were presfm.
A comic film was being exhibited ana
the audience roaring with mirth, when
the roof - crashed down with a noise
resembling a thunder-blast and cover
ed them like- a blanket.
Street car traffic had been aban
doned and streets and sidewalks vere
almost impassable with drifts.
Among the dead are three North
Carolinians. These were Miss Nannie
Lee Lambert, Asheboro; Miss Helen
gortch, Goldcboro, and J. W. Bell,
hose address is not given.
An official inquest must be con
ducted in each case before the bodies
can be shipped , home
The cause of the disaster calls ror
sin official investigati&n, which will tie
made. .This is very likely to reveal
that the, building was invoerfecM;,
constructed and material used defect-
Miss Vera Steed's friends surprise ' t i
Je her last Saturday niirht when tfcfflr
Klir K K lllATKR celebrated with her, her sixleaH ' rVJ
DUVAL 1 UlJnul LA birthday at her home on Man Sbeu
I Contests and games were eajvyMk. . -L
The entire country is appalled By with music thrown m for Ml
the recent Washington tragedy, du measure . Mrs. Steed called th ymg
its shock strikes Asheboro witn es- folks to the dining room where fte"
pecial force, foV among the scores found a table loaded with chrfem
the dead we read the name or t.iiss salad, cane, jeiry. homemade canaj, f
Nannie Lee Lambert, one of our es - pickles etc. This was greatly rirttfwi J1?
mable and much beloved young won,- by all. Everyone expressed ajipMLUr
en. tion for a very enjoyable evening aA t $
For the past five years Miss Lambert wished Miss Steed many more kapp?
had held governmental positions of birthdays. They attested this vj m ' i
responsibility first with the Air Ser- large collections of beautiful gift - "C
vice, and later, with the War Depart. 1 E. C Watkins left Saturday UrSmr" t'.
ment. When the emergency nac Y.ork City for a few days on tanm. i
passed and many temporary clerics ' W. H. Watkins and Dr. C. A. Q.' '
were released, Miss Lambert, becauw ham left for Georgetown Friday where t r 4
NEW INDUSTRY FOR ASHEBORO
AND THIS PART OF RANDOLPH
of exceptional qualifications and ef- tny are working on the duck fxmalg.
hciencv. was not onlv retained, bnt iney recently spent a lew daaaoi
assured permanent positidh if she de- and killed sixty. ,
sired it. is., Lieonara spent a dajor rw .
k Groensboro with his ncbLtew fW '
turn f j.. i TnnnrH vrhn is snffrim)' vnVk"HMb:.4
uic ui uuuauoiiv line r. i in sii.i i hi i- ....... .u m m.m t -
vantaees. havine been a sraduate from monia.
the Asheboro graded school and the' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. "MarleT,e
North Carolina College for Women. Greensboro, spent -a few day wit
During her college days she was hon- tne,r son Wade Maflcy of thus place. ,
ored by being made editor of the col- . Mrs- fcIIen AHlred, one of col
lege magazine also historian of her nlKniy esteemed and mucn lowea me
class. ladies is very low with Tieart tnmVIe
ivcuuiiung nome aiier ine comnie ev.Uv.j .upemus t p
tion of her education, slie joined the her and the family. 5
Courier staff and 'soon gained the af-' ,,Mrs Townsend and daughter Mrs. j
lection and appreciation of her a- A,'man spent a iew aays witn sax. aM
sociates. Later she entered the office Mrs-M- E- Fields this week. i
of Congressman Hammer, then U. S.' ,, Z ; 1
District Attorney 1 nomasvuie r aciones inspected. . .
Although quet r.nd reserved in man-' Th
ner, Miss Lambert won mends even- ratory of the U. S. Forest Prodm!. '
where she was known, and was es- Madison. Wia .
pcciaily popular at Washinerton
circle in which she moved. ihe local chair factories Thc nhiMfc" -i
Being Saturday evenincr. and feelir r is to dotnnino tho m f tlw -J
the need of relaxation after a week oi manufacture of lumber into the small
BLCa,,y .ippucaiion to ner omce duties, dimension ' stock required in makinr
: 'V.. TU a 11,1,1 fcnunnance tt tne chairs, waste ot material and time z t
Knickerbrocker Theater, an amaso- nnird in it m9nnrtiir i4i
ment house very popular in the city, will remain in Thomasviile for '.tcJn
Mr. F. H. Mendenhall a rerrescnta
tive of the Dixie Dairy Comnany of
What are. tne :va, Ua - - , Hi h Point was in Ashehoro Tuesday
by the state ahd the one fo M Mr. Mendenhall is making arrange
ar "fair" by the roads? Tneyaj., m3nts t seCure the services of a rep
Southern, assessed Td,,-' representative in Asheboro wno wi:
admitted, Jt,oa,JU4,.5o 1(U Ti. 'have 'various routes leading out froin
Coast Line, asaessea,, ' , the town
and purchase cream from
admitted, $34,645,340. Atlantic ah j
va ns, uui '
rWJfLSX n.v thft county dry W
'P' Jul;.r i'. .lM tha offloew
.-..' v . , - ro. tinn let y
. . . WIN 1 UriUBUi 'W . .1
f H. . . 111 Ai nn dult. tu
. . ' U '. TVT . Wilt . UU ' . , ... AV4
' , now- tlven them' to, c ."that .1
V act V of th IndiTldunU will derve.
! ' i'1 : ; ' Mr. H.C Parks. caHliier of th Bank
' I U Coloridto. I riumhorel among w
'r.nal subscribers thin
" ' ' ' r-i-,i"r h hus'on many friends by
': l.i., . ...dency and hbillty to em Ui
Mr TTuyd Cavrnrg n no-w mn
v.'r tit the C 'Serliltro .Manufacturing
1,;. I v
t' ' 1-
T1U briht younff wnn ir,
,lrr nd hn ju;;t Htnrtod
l-r of fortunfl and fnmfl.
r r" n firn Js thft fin
' - ' 'i ' ; -l fieri I.
r ! - - :'i t I
are paying taxes and aiKli is: . fhe-M-profits
to the constvuetion of sulistn-.-tian
buildinjrs an:l carry large stock :.
By patronizing out-of-tovn Jrrlr',
you are aidirg the other commun:?'
ni.d the money you nnke in your o n
community should Le kept trier--.
Bear, this in mind when you nt'f-n
your catalogu?s or pome tweitpr
sa'esman cornes ah-ng t.- undcrb'i'
one cf the local enterpriser! who w'H
furnish you the goods r.t the Fr.me
price, plus the ireight.
We hope the Asheboro merohfnr':
will make it so interesting that peo
nle in Greensbiro anil Hitrh Folr.iJ w;u
run down to do their shopping.
It is unlawful for anyone to dum n,
rubb'ish plong the sjrte highway, it
has long been a custom t-; maje '
dummng- fTond at any -place se'ecte !
outside of town. Tho State Highway
Commission now has power-to pre
Work on the Stalev scliooi huildtng,
is progressing rapidly Wien tne,
work is -completed Staj-jy will have an
adequate and woM quippel school
building. ' ' i
If jujy of The Courier -"eaders havg
had any dpubt aa to tho building boom
mAflhetxird tW spring, ttiey will 'soon
hevs every eveldince that they Vere
mistaken. Fanr ' for, new homes and
building lot aro comlngr to be abonn
Xtid irrtai f o? imW. houses , he
met In a totwror and ,TeaI Wilding
progTMlonp() weO ,unar wayr wi n
keep Jblnff until housi r applied
for ihe great number.who wa seeking
iA.imi in Hva In Ashebor. Go v
tlnued f iA tirtictent bttildmjf active
ty ' waicaws xiwn otvuk ,
of Asheboro yajW growth, ana fu
tur g;.eatneM.:: tot. every man na
.,.n lntMlltMl tn the town fri"'0 TU
hearty upw)rt W verVnoymnt that
kls end encourages some Dunning;,
hMtHmtmast fconi In ;fankllrmiia.
Mr. DwVThornburjif ha frtfine.,
rroeery' etore. In Ramreur;, 1;'
, Mr. George Kivctt. wmlenjb fit-
i m end merchant -'or unwy, ftouw
one. has moved int hi new dwellirJ
bouB. He avm burned up several
mrrith ear.'--" The entire house and
practically all th cohtentl vrero burn-(
id.- A pmall child. we . burnedf .
hndly tbnt Jt oniy livid ft frv (ttyn. ,
Mr. J. It. Lutterlnh h.ta ehr.ut com
nVtP'l I h "hnndinme ncV rer'iTtnrfl n
Yadkin, tu, XrA - , ready doing considerable business
eWCT: admitted, ' $27,- , "ection of the-State
. 'oii;(W9.- aunriUedi
ed, i1"!" J-'
" Hi -l we naid taxes
Ti-ie nun"""- , but pave
lyzi on uu
r,i naid anything on
the income ua.
pavy l rc ''.r
tne 1IUU"" ... mnn
nuzzled and a est
Department of ins - Jai. .
Wade, . Usury fare
An ,wtinK ;
terest avt- - "; " i
nicn "" " ouiiimy tr.'in
. ... ... ...
one was escorted Dy Mr. Archie Ben, eral weeks, and will 'feather .Yataatt
DOG SHOW AT PINEHURST
' Snow left on
works to their R-reat damage, an
t-iinirnicii l'i.Lre, ol the State hiu
Miu.iviMim, i, uciiiunsiraimir ns r
liiciency by bonuv alive to the fact am
i taking the iiropm- pnv;ai! i.m, T!u
thousand dollars a di:- (roado are b.-n.-r cloar.l :!.s tht ,n
ThiVl-'"S'vo -th Carolina duri..V .cu-iulattv. ,.n,l t!:e .-avinK-re
loss Noilll" vunaing t;" nn- stati. vul!i,.,- fn,,,, n.:i ;l
,onth ol JanuiV , tnou.ad oi ! n. t , vAin'j ,.
regateupto vitl' " tai,',isMn: .
ae million marked m l,:-es, DAILY M-vs OPI-RATK
w record foi Uie , lh,. state i - i rOMOlill.r
to tho !
y ( -,
son- in-law of Mrs. C.
- . 1 . . . I. I T 1 . . . .
iuniiciiy oi nign foint, in
whose home both were living at the'
nine oi uie disaster. i
It was at 2 o'clock n. m Riin,rv ti10 ci,n,- e
when the body was recovered from the hurst' and attracting much intnw
wreckage, anl identification was com- So far 239 dogs have icen entire.
pleted at once by Congressman Ham- and among these is the noted Tank-
mor Mr. Grimes, and Miss Butler. fried,' who has recently acMevsd.isrtir
The remains arrived in Asheboio fame by trailing down a crimhuiaB sfi
yesteday morning accompanied by hei'is owned by Mrs. V. F. Wanner, if
flan VmnnA At," " T.-i-T i , ,
..i "ram, i.iisi, ouuer, v,-no was lier 1'inehurst.
room mate , In the lot ar0 tv,0 singTn? .
l'uneral semces will be conducte.l brought from fance by Dr Tkanue K
1J- iniirmonmif woennowj wiiicii are saw. to . .BumMinri -jf
Poi'.t. great powers of endurance and" to ,f
never tail in running 'icrwn tbOF v
quarry. Mr. Kirkover's ''Fairy Beaa J
an KiifVl i.sh seller that has WOl'"
more tield trials than any atherj6Psf
li.'h setter dead or :.live, .is enrerfla. ,
''Carolina Frank," owned by a gnu'?
tlema,!! from St:;t"sv illo, whpse team a'
we are unable to joc-lIL. is jmoBS 4DK
Rev. Mr. Keen, of Hi.h
':Uev. A C. Gibbs pastor of the M. !
p 'church assisting.
-fJ She is survive'
a n uenauy
Pllv, in auvaii'--
ix per cent on a well doubt be
V- r- - !..,.- K (J.
led ;in :m-
umlavs. It ,;p-
Pin-in A .
tar, Hiscoe, Troy and Mt. '(;;0;.,. 'it
ory entirelv ". if I..
service and will ,m
for seven j 2oDuiuii. .
, husiness man oi ,.iosS a
i veouired to pa . cIorK v I
iudgemeni r. Court-n1' - ."" oj Education
Wake County Superior mone, will r.ieet Monday, February (i. It
versed. . 1 Actl0 n id in uwn j requested that those who hav e, bu d-
alleged W nave f jot) '-' me ooard present it
" itVT an ' Wae" K nteniber 'e meeting Monday.
v-.w- - . ;,iitPtl oil -r-. . .
1 bv her parents Mr
and Mrs. Thomas Lambert, tw
brothers j. Li. ami Malon Lambert an
a sistej; Miss Ma.-sa
I lie heart ol our town ;u;il cotm'.v;
beats in sincerest syniptithy l'or i:,c
.-tricken and soriowiin; ones.
The estemi'i in wiiicii the yoan.
lady was he d is mam h the
U'TOMOIJILK )l'TFiton"-iive and beautiful floral di ,:
mnunn uiiicn ucro designs lwu
Weeks, Secretary of War, The
Service, aiyl from her close pci
friends in Washington and diffe
points in North Carolina.
A number of out of town guest:
tended the funera.l among them M;
v.on uoam, and lJnrgs, of the X
Carolina College a.id Miss ISu'.le:
u' pasi lew weeks opr
ujiaooiie route on S
livers pauers to Rnn,
Hoard of Education to Meet
' fur,-': teat field trial wi nnen.!inu U's
, of the' bevt ilo?;s to lind binls in. ttC;3
country. AH the dog-s er.tere(tVO-wl
have histories which iluf 5;ttH
cai lv tiie:nseK:f,
' i HOMASYlLLH GREATEST 4
CHAIR TOWN IN COUNTRY".
Icoliij chair m;uiuae-
Miss Helen Johnson d!liglitfullv
tertnined the Epworth la'ue at
.ot was lnsuvu p.,10 trh.
921 by I- jjovember 4, WZL
lalrtt was hied on in reconie.,
,l no answer has u , yet.er-
.""r Having DeeiD v -nf
WJJSnt hi ea!
yet be thx&hed
' i from
H defendant htf
d the, Question m-r j f) 0m
put n;f the clerk.
the judgemt i ; plain,t,
" According to tMsW'
i borrowed $l,o "
The' complaint felieK es;
received qnly lMW lnvnce- The
in( UliSS tort "when W n
fell ue :fa--e60 interest u
pey 'onV.Wn,payra : , l0tm.
advance '.niKetW ?
Hi eiw wsttled enA the, mortgage
. bea been btn m the new drged Uv ApriU 1?21 :
of Mr; p. S.?Brwrdt' , . complaint: the ; . Wn(fji
MMdfM JvilU of the .rftw?J
under wwen) juukbu"'
dement double.the mnntof 1 .m
tret paymept, and' ;fJ; 'Z"
the second cauee of f-aeUMW
payS f the 50 MA 1 intere
ig demandedywWle double tne
emount of the . ,oau ,:,,wk4. the
u nome Saturday mpht. Refresh:
.were served during- the evening.
Mr J. U. Overman and sun
lowedU, tax ejnploye- of the federa.'movk, the eafS thetr
TZtJZ .? 'late buihling on Main Street.
of th fo. . -IT T u,: r's'"'f ""f Con Overman, who
Tho commissioner has found
iiiisunoerstaiidins: about the
oi iieinK tne leadiuj! ch
turiiiK tovn in theTJni
and in consequence leuilff the world. '
Aecordiny to the last census fltf
population of tin city wes aroBMi.'
6,000 It's prosperity ir, due almocc1'
.entirely to its chair factories, watU
tuni out famous products frem Sfawflai5
Carolina hickory, oak and ette?
wls. Shipments are made to mint?
all over the United States,-, and .It
Canada, Cuba, Mexico and otaer ntm if
new up-tc. eivrn countries. We should be piOo4
t '; n 1
lt( h liv fello'V snd
.1 Mo la
lj.. (-.,rn '
wn"ra "'H ! . . . -il-
. , Teacbere, aiho, ti m " i
, Revenue. Commlsulonei! -WAttfl Han
ruled that chool. teachersv Btete hlpTi
way engineer and all btner.,' Btat,
munirlpnl an Vountv emnloyM muttt
pay tnxra on their Incomes Just 1!k
the other cln"3 of peonto who. .work
f,,r a f?.!ury. Thews i no rrettiptx
o;)Cralion at Wesloy-LoiiK Hospital a
some I few. weeks airo. came home Snmhiv i
tax ir. u i '"-"""- i.iiinj ran-iiis came nonie iroin
Dmd the 1 bfeVf ht'y havc Cnia two weeks a;ro where she ha
M H matt r Tr J' "pent the past five month.", at the N.
as a matter of fact they have uiiid r ft Hit-,1 ,.. r..,- i
tho taxes due the state on the in- fanti'le paralysis. She is much im
ccmea they made in 11)20 This m-' proved.
come was listed with the county list- hlr Tom Muirhison, of Ht.rrisburi',
takers; in May of last year, and nn III., is vixitmjf his parent? here. i
been due since the tan. some or Mm. w. H. Al.brijrht is RpendmR U0Us nnow storma have tendexfrf
these taxes nave not oeen paid, ami somo time witn relatives at isewDcnu n-.uch trackage in the monntarra
some people pun ,inem oniy una j-wr,
The fact that income tax blanks may
PERAILKN TRAIN INJUUES.ll
A train on the Murphy diflsSna. m&
tho Southern Railway crashed mCm ti
mountain of dirt and rock Ciat ft'
slid onto the track near Noland, ieet
ur.ry 28, injuring Conductor Jamt
Rickard and 18 passengers. AH
recover. . . , -
Heavy rainfall and aim oft ttmttl
have been' received soon -after tne
person bad paid an income tax to the
state caused the confusion.
I -,The commissioner rditerates tnai
thi cavirtty ' will not eollect the 1 in.
come tax for 1921 which -will be oun
ari or before March 15tht after which
date penaltleaaccnv ThU ta wilM
be ebllectea' airecx oy me , n
through .the Revenue Department'
'':"TheT i ah apparenf - eontredic
tion ia the1 j? income tax .law j, 'Co
W?tU saycf "In- one 'section It seem"
Cot to' provwe 'for- av return .from eor
poratton havin?,lf' .than . ,..$1,000
net 1neom while In nnothef section
It .taxes all corporations on their en
tire neflheome.'"' .The; eomihlBBtttnei
has had thia matter ap 1 with the, at
torney, fcenereV'.whe edtiaea that all
corporation re required ." .t make
return 'Oi theft 'entire' net ' Income
Without exemption,': ' Thtfl ooiirse will
he taken Until determination by the
court Li bed.' All the net Income of
partnership Is taxable ' in. the indi
vidual returns of the fBrthers wheth
er such proftti' have ' ben. actually
paid to the partners or Continued tn
!h huninriK IhW ri)Ui': ronfortuR
i: r f- ,', ):, 1 law in t '.- ; '' U'
MlRS Virifinia Cole Is takmc ' fibrous. Thm rvnd . nnthnr
miiha In nultifr ot W ft l 1 o V T i r 1 1. VT ( , - . . : . i . , .. ' . ' .
vy-.. ... u. " ."-.f- laninn every precaution .a?Rinsv i
11. A. KUJLSJI ;yi
B6r;i to Mr. and Mrs li. U Kllflns,
t . i. a k . . n .
January kih, b uuuiiwi, j,iuieii-rj
Mr. and Mrs. rrank Ridenhour. ann m. n a rWrt f nnihM:
two rbildrfln. nf tVinftton-RiVlem. biu ati .. i . v. w -,i 3
spennins; someiime wiw r. Kioen- pii fromj .Injuries! received r
nonrs perenw, captain ana Airs. j. .v automobile, while he was craestojr V
LwHon. . , i . caDttAl hie-hwav Be Plnfihurst i
Ill atliwrjr IWIIK HIIU, futa irovti jiniurt 17. '; , - .ji. r. -..v
(terteuidy ilt. fc tmoTOvlid?.. :
' Mr. C. F, OTejrman.lsln Dr, J. W.. foP mort of hie life had iivM at
Llborty is rnjoying a butldiar boom.i Baptist Soaday school uperinU2
Tw new ' guajtea -. are. n.. wnwref . enV oarful ititt,n. m ivr J
cenatructlon juid the Uhion Store Co . i.ii., . n,k ui.u..., .A
in puiiqinf-an swiHon. ,mt. uevwowjak Hlilf ;)' if ,'
Fraxier ia puiMiog nvW -barw. 'j .,
. . . J L 'I
ASHEBORO. ROAD CONTRACT lET. '.T - V ufl .
'.:.-) t' j i -. '--u' 'v, s. 'r. Jonnv 'varroi,; pon .01
i. Mr. rJ' Eiwoed" ,Cii, .State WwrM rn!i!fl 1 r j
.Jthi. 't.n ..Mimii pital at GrtenvilK S. C, .Jan
contrect te construct .enntMte bridfre .wM .V?ufnt
near Dlolr'0 Jiry, imfl another for "hh;r' the- funoral
hapi-irfwe toad front Archdale to ducted and Intermit foi, a
Achsboro, will be let otr' February 21. "'" u1rvlrr,'1 1 m'
Thio-will rut Afhehofo in conncc-'ll,a Crrt.l. ' Th jou- "
tion rlth With IVInt by ft h.v-d :ur- ni'"" f ' ! !l ' "
facd rond, n lh? di .!-m ,'1 --i
d:i!I t Ihr.t ri!;,' i-s !i'''li.