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BO COURIER, ASHEBORO, N. C
THURSDAY, IfAXCB 11, r
From The Land of Flower
(Mrs. I P.
The Courier is in recept of an in
teresting letter from Mrs. L P Byrd,
wno naa recently returned to her
nome in Mt. OUead, V c, after a now able to attend religious services
vacation spent in Florida. A synop- on Sundays, which she greatly en
sis of this letter follows: joys.
"We left Jacksonville after a stay On a certain afternoon wo made
of only a few hours and proceeded to drive of 36 miles to Florida City,
Fort Pierce, where we registered a: said to be located farther south than
me Atlantic Hotel, lhe folowinir da .
, 0 , -
y - --
Sunday school, and heard an excellent
sermon by Rev. Mr. Stubbs, who Is a
IT "l . u ,k V""' 1,1 .Ul
ing the week thereafter we carried out
a busy program, endeavormg to visit
much of the country as possible. Dnv-
ing through immense orange groves
and truck farms we came to the St.
Lucia River much of whose surface is
whTcPheotyn Synri Uble
which open in the Spnmr and are verv
fragrant. We next saw the McCartv
poultry tarm, with its thousands of
fowls Hvmouth Rorlc.Rhon Ialn,l
lieu.-., n.nu wiiite ignorns; inence to ing. lhe city ol old r l. .Marion 111
the large fish and oyster packing- 0u.u us intensely. It h ecu
plants. In company with Mr. and s-rio-Tbl antiquity, having been bunt
Mrs. J. T. Lisk, we drove fifteen miles by the Spanish as far back as 1665
to see a great dredfre-boftt, which is Its p-eat strength and durability made
under construction with the view to it unassailable in its day, but, of
draining lands now useless. It lies course, it could not now withstand the
some 30 miles from the St Lucia heavv hnmhanlmpnt of mrulorn artil-
River. When complete it will be cap-
; i L- , X-K" vHv.
ty us 4 cubic yards. Six months will
be required to complete it, and its es-
timated cost is $75,000.00. Our next
Thl1, WkS t0 the -?lauhter-house.
where beeves are slaughtered for
market; and also to a fruit-packin?
jjiam., w.iere we were interested in
observing the methods
preparing fruit for shipment. Ounces
are poured into a large cement trougn
i - .
inieii wun water, atter which they
pass by elevator t an upper Morv,
where they are rubbo.l bv a crumple
belt and made clean. They arc then
dried and sent on to the gradur '.vho
sorts them in seven different L-nnies
jMacninery is used in every
this work. Later in the da
wun Mr. and Mrs. DeBcrry, for
merly of Wadesboro and Wadeville, X.
C, who received us most ho..pi'ajy.
Wednesday we went to Wusv. Palm
Beach, making- the 60 mile trip by ;iu-to-bus,
andiput up at Tangbwood' Cor
tage, whose proprietors we found to
be North Carolinians. We thorough
ly enjoyed our three days' stay heie
. 1 f I A 1. 1 , 1 . . '
... mu, uie oatning in the Atlantic
dp lirhtfn n,,,. 4 i ..
.Evergreen, at Miami, TO miles distant.
the trip being made by bus. Ths is a
lovely housp, near the Bay Shore
Prive, and just opposite the Y. M. C.
A. building, not far from the boat
landing While hern
it . .... ....viiuvw ic"
Jl.MriCUs sen-ices at the White Temple,
a Chuivll extabli.'jhed by the Northern';
Methodists. A.uiou;Tu a very large'
structure, V.e found it packed with
peopie. 1 lie sermon was most ex
cellent lhere are .IS churche
Miami, ! being of the Methodist
VV'e atl'Mded a lot sale, ami saw Ian. I
f-tV. at si, not) t,, . j ; ; ,,..,.,.,.
I hy I'.
I"''i't. On (MiiM'Mluy we
's home, die DciTing
":"''it -ioi', t1(. Indian
A I 'i. mi ( 'i farm. At lhe
a oung nia.i
la'.itor. throw Inn) uiwei
: ;.:i.r.' an
' i i-.u'i-:. :r
V.'. f.nm.l i
t-i'i'j In. : c
;hi'n put !nm
' dim: ti- to !,(
n c i. ;.!'. ,,,
a 1 '
mer ' i ,ai
I:: lies a.,,
ra: ! Ii- i ak
TTere y,-,;i va
' ev m , ,
I 'j-'ine to he
. and hi ea !
e -k-l if dr
I Mr-. Cadon
Hi lery irid
for u--, an. i
.1 ' v. itliout
ue i- en a
- . N
'iidi t'li'in m
igh :h. ,
I .1. ' I'
ll. .1 'ein.'
I li:ern Vl
i ith a d
1 to : ;
ItiO .',.v .
in i ! 1. prii!
ai e al.
The following Sriida'. wo had th"'
coveted pleasure of hoarinjc Mr. V.
J. l'ryan deher one of in, faiii.ejf
liihle ta'k-i to n lar.-e ; ;i .
later heard a fine sermon by I'.ev. Dr
Broyles, the text heinr "Wait til1 1
come". Throujfh tho kindness of Mr.
DeBcrry v.- were 'he interested wil
ncHsen of nn Indian marrinRe, which
perhaps is somethinif never lo
fore Been by white poople; In fart,
wc actually shook hands with the
bride. The ceremony was quite
simple, thoujrh impressive, the left
hands of the contracting cart leu be
ing joined while the father repeat!
the Towa, Notwithstanding the bre-
, vitr aaii (implkity of the wddin
Mtnriec, the marriar vowa by theae
' people la. most sacredly regarded, on
lalthfiilneAs beina; punlahed by death
. Many whites mljrht well profit by
their txampl.. On this occasion the
dress of tho bnd was tt wonderful
' and dojxllnf ereation. not 'ess than
25 different colors beina; repTtsenUd.
,Th eamr wen were active, - of
eourne, man? views' bina; obtained.
Wo TiKlted tho Do Herns, who had
e ib-mled os tnanf courtesies. They
own an sp-rtnwnt hooso capohto of
nr-ommoltini; 24 families - It prw
r sn Mfrnrtlvt pp"dninc0 ann? m
'';-' 'fully situated peqr the bsy.
o.rt tim4 an fiven to th lecture
' i VPL'e'-arlanlam, the cpeaker e
1 1 ti y'w ruenta of all
a if ve '1 to live a lnrtjr
- 1 " . A t I wn r'a '" on
. , has been given in our town was than radio telephony. The strides
bright and cheerful Lhrougi it all given in the Court House Friday made in this new field of science dur
and a constant inspiration to ail who evening by V. S. WkUdns. Mr. Wat- ing the past two years almost sur-
come within her
yrwsmtm. one u
anv other American town
- - " ... amu
y 4. 44u imuici uip'wiiu;
bilities of the state. It was an almost
enaiess panorama, we inspected a
cane patch of 4000 acres, which, this
winter, will be extended to include an
On Monday, Feb. 13, e hied on-
selves to Ft Lauderdale, where we
were guestes of The DeSoto Hotel,
and diverted ourselves in the alter-
in f16 dtv- , At
tonia we hH thp n of mMincr
N,r .a Mr nAT.T M.I .l!7 7
mer v of Mt. C, rhv swme.
f iJ .wiJs C U T. "Ti .
w in Miiliili. in - r till 1
lery. On our return trip we reached
c ....... tu i c.uuimo. uc.c c
saw an auto race, and a polo game
-re tn-,ls ve're used Ltead o;
herpes. If a car was injured during
the strenuous duty it was called up-
on to perform it was promptly repine-
ed by a fresh one The next night
was spent at the Terminal Hotel. Ham-
ici. aim on tne ioiowinsr ciav fflr. l&l-
ten sent over for us and we nroceede.l
to Mt. Gilea.l, where a lovely dinner
awaited us at Mrs. Uwens'. Vhile our
trip will linger long in memory, yet
we are more than ever constraine.l to
believe that "there is no placa like
(Mrs. Byrd s letter discusses
number ot other scenes and event
of interest, but space is too limited hi
our paper of this week to include them
R. C. King
Tells a Wonderful
Rats Read It.
For month my place was
with rats. Losing chickens,
feed. Friend told me to try
s.NAl . I did, Somewhat disappoint
p, t fi,.,f
e" at nist
at first net seeing many dsad rats i:'"I"r ,W according
in a few .lays didn't S2e a live rece've1 HI the gtate afflCtt
. What were not killeu are not'8 .
aiuunu my place. KAl-SAAF surf
does the trick." Three sizes, ,'i5c, 65r,
If 1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Cox Lewis Hardware Co
inn son Ernest
have purchased the
The Glenola revival meeting he
gins the fourth Sunday night in thi
month conducted by the pastor Bev.
Klwood Farlow ha.- '.nirehased a
I,'oi.--on and plows.
WYork has been stalled oix V. B
Bidi.'i!, now bungalow.
s. Staley Spencer and children
pending some tinv with Mr.-.
openceis moincr, .Mrs.
Bean at Ashe-
Aliene Xance ha- acepleil a po.-i
tion in Itandleman.
Tllwood Farlow T. S. Iiavi- and
Amos IKtvK fa'nilie; and Kiltie C'i
are recovf rintr from the, j ,
Abbie Spi'iirer oT Knndloman i.. the
;'. i .-'. of .. ',tic. in t;,i- I'uiiKiniui;
i , . 1
v.v. -...niiilft vv.ii O-" uui IV W VHrriPM OUT. . " J V- WIC J1U1J c- "Vvw,l
no ci re,! in inn1 ui ii ;ir ; rrpc ;i ra - - 1 .. HJiH.rf wirn nor rno ir.ira thn k n v.--., nrn pt
unity and continues to develop. (to starve on Jyly 1, : 'occasion, and numerous games werei By the m
r i not" rf rwa IT.Ufoflc i- ...-I... 1 it WOUld be an UirlV hmt Ai iUa incr mntPct vi-nc ctfv.l ir. .v;u u : i .
" .ii.vi, viit,t,u.iwwiv, va:5, ,--, , . . ... ...vw, U4vi,v, yrujv.1. an iiacicM uuarti nnsi im
wv..v vi vvit w""iii, n rsi v.
f ' .'
A.- -..ft- .. 4 '. ..-
.' . '. , " . ' . . ".. .
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S. W ATKINS PE- ,
7 Perhaps next to the lfeth Ame rut-
One of the moat entertaining and meat, nothing is being more gener&l
artisticaily rendered prorrms that ly discussed through xit the country
tuns read in play "Turn to the
Right" in a moat vivid and pleasing
manner. From the "very beginning of
his program, he (ripped his audi-
ece and held their attention and in-
terest in an nnuaunt manner,
a man of unusual ability
as a play
ihuci ouu ua m mnn Die&sini? Der-
he shares with his
sponsored by the Womans Club of the
town and was given as an extra nuin-
k ..-. t
which the Club has put on in Ashe-
Doro. lhere is one more attraction to
come with the course and this is to
be one of the best of the entire course
It is the Winters Company a d"o
and their entertainment is a varied
nd onTfrSnf' iiffS
n, tv,0 ,v v,- ?
' J """"v"" J5" "re .
th Rn.tk ;i , .
" ..rfT" '"'T" ?"ub. " u iar
rmist mean they are "saving the best
uii last. 1 ne date will be announc-
MR. R O. SMITH MAKING FINE
.. . . '
IlIA ni pjjim I I 1 1 I V1 1U'
- C,;l. - . .,,
' ... Ui aP 8 iiiii,
son of J. H. Smith,
county, is a Senior
a Citizen of our
a VAnm. J i.i -i 1 1
wivra irom mat institution, is mak-
ing a very fine record for himlf
both as ardent and as a leader"
the college activities '
Especially has he stood out prom-
inently during his college course as
a public speaker TMs sprin? he "si
to renrpsont Finn rvn
annual Hohoio hofnu. iu.i
tntSnn r, t run rV ' ' T
",,v vwiickc. n e w ii
also enter the T state-wide Peace Con-
test this year and is a strnnr ,nH
idate to represent his Class at com-
Mr c-tU . f
r r f11-
a in ueiigicms Activities Organization,
anu assists with the Week Day Re-
n'r ; i '. "alT
IlglOUS SCnoOl, Which also holds n
nignt session lor the colored race.
winLT3? indB mthls. action
vin De gia to know that these d:s-
tinctions have come to him.
Near Fact !(...
iear rast Keport
Eight counties of North Carolina atlona Chairman John M- More- another at Morehead City later on ' Fed(ile Coble Franklinville town
have raised or oversubscribed their head' of Cnarltte, wpyld aso pre- when Governor Morrison will visit p was reIeased 19Pl PH tax ac
quotas in tl,e earnpalg fw the ' f erf ret,ra f h's M W ?Wng waters of eastern North i00""4 Phyical infirmities.
Near East Relief this year iw0ordmiS-ianother gop(i Q'- 0 P ma CereHna. M. M. Free, Asheboro township
.n : j -- ft " ;wwjiMiiy I 4 . . v was re eased 1091 faT, tnan i
irosri4Vt: 1 i... - ,.
.. -"-" " " iiuunoer or other
counties are poor, the announcement
declared, and these oversubscriDtion
will be sorely needed to offset the
apathy toward the most worthv of
all Christian charities T l coun-
ties, if hundreds of Ncrth&roS
3,334 wards now in the fiv Tsihaai
fair name of North Carolina," Co
Bellamy declared, "to have some of
these victims of the Great War'
victim, whose father
made possible the return of manv a
North Carolina boy from France-
turnwl out to starve
counties in North Carolina fail,, ,
do its dntv -In ,h.-;.,i.,.,:,,.
1 "if . i - .
.h,.., 7,rToJ r ''s Ull!) yoar la!1
.. . . ... oo.ouu necessary tr,
.1CCU and clothe
iiounj our a wank,
some of them wiJJ tuwc to I,o turned)
lut at the en.l of the fiscal oar. We
- those red'' i riT""' 1 W
" ,,.,1, IXl .,. ,"t,;",S '" N.?lhL
ed their bit to send
it to li,(ir local
chairman or to i;,il.,i T V '
state treasurer, Kalei-d "
Ca.ton count v has : et in the
I i i i ri 'i .,,,,,,,,,,1 v i ) .win W
being but J7,"J0. Kcv. (Jeoi4 K.
Cillespie i.-i chairman.
Mi Dowel I
count), under Mis. V,. F
Marion, was the TiVst to
ijnota which Has $1,:1K0.
and KutM-rford show
iw'ed the Greatest
the former with
over -iibs cription,
sr,2iri against its quota of ?n,240,
th,. I .-lit it uiili f ".on .,,r,i,..i i "an
.... ..... . ...... 4.444111.-1. 4 1UU.
Davie has raised its .mob, I Ti".
i - j
roll and Hyde reat'y oversubscrib
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
I ORGANIZE ATHLETIC
The Trinity hih .school ?irls have
organized an athletic iwaociation and'
Kir KnuTAKnii 4Anm v
--s- s-ss w v uim I 11 1 a4 IIW
Ft;ita chamu onu iiD .erian. Th iHrU
h.ive won every jrame thin scuwiv.
I Members f the wsodatlo , aw
Onra Lohr, president; Blanche Payna,
Collins, In . ta-o-.-- tW-fc. h.
HannU. May Bfown.f" ? " . T' . . LV-t. -7 - V..T Mrs. Sarah Brewer Russell, Richland
Velna. WelborBu nfmMi ' ' cw WUIT ,tB . " fe " j ' :V " .townshio wsa put on O. P. list of
din, Troy Sapp, Candico 1 M1"' na .M coiiecteupn returnf jw. n .Rneu. oooo w-, -v Munty $260 month
iier, ivinrsie unox. iMia o- -- t . T: . ? . . 7 . -- ui- i - t -- r uluii-. txi mm cusuxnan -
or, Ina Builard, Boatrio - Ixihr -and Mnaions oi time irora aren io, vo ' '"3" - Dock Smith of Codaf Croro town-
Nina Bouldin. ,4 T . .persons, partnershJ-i' and corporo- has been PPo,,t -rr 8b!! aWp was put on 'O. P. list of 12.60
I TJ twns wnenetror toey appiy ior sucn "J "".'por month and F. H. Garner of Anho-
CREATEST 8T. PATRICK'S' ' ' tensions- and show , wod caui- tst tfju b"!JA V. ? iboro No. 8, was named as custodian.
I DAY IN. WORLD'S IIIStoH them.; Whero extoisions art riAtsi IsjInM BiBsTiltieTS.of tha Board ' o'lmiL , -
ciaunea ou raincn ir-7,' im, wiii'.,4 (.. . - v '
4. ui... i ua tili , penalty tt wtarest, - . . .
ba the e-reaUnt tn Irish history. Col
lins calTftd on all Irishnea and Irish
, inrmpathisera throughout tho world
"' to relebrat on (rrsater ocalo than
er before, as this hoi Mar finds Ire-
..land aetttna; P (rnmiment of its
own, and ahakinf ol!f forelm dominv
tion, which had caused national- de -
cay . ' - . '
' WANTED -
A aui'nhlo slopun to adveHls
North Carolina Mato Knir,' Ten
lars in ca-.H i'l be a!, t! I
r !-!-,. . f. t 1 . f - ' r : I
TALKING BY WIRELESS
Das beuef. Without iroinz at lenjrtn
into the subject, we record here jvwt
a few of the accomplishments in this
man .,n in rVmwi,Mitt usinc n
ordinary amateur's outfit, sent his
voi and the music of a phonograph
tk , , i u ..n . i . v,
n,,i. o rjvi n.
, Sunday 8ervlct ,8. b,.n 8ent m
. ' 1 V1" w"''
woman m maianA nearu a sermon
Ppeached bV her 800 Newark, New
Music was heard so clearly by a
boat several hundred miles out m
Atlantic that the passengers
were able to dance by it.
Rev. Mr. Welch, a minister of
i jii. xt - T. A, . ,
C'TLi "V ,wJ.Jn"?.."S"
n,,.. . c.j.
.- ui-eu n.s regu.ar .-unuay
Even now the cost of installing the
simple apparatus required is less
J'J ,CJ 1, "f
peri ec tou ana utanuiacturea on a
I 1 . 1. . a. -1 1 i i
uugc Buuc, uus cosv win De mucn
J-"6"' V71 H vurr
progress made so far. we shall be
able to inversi. with nut fiionHc h
. , .... '
are likelv to become in timo n nnm
L .rViTif tlme.as "ume
2Zu phn?raphs' and a,most as
RFPIIRI IPAltf qtatf rnup
m w LJ1tTI H.ALR..
REYNOLDS WILL RETIKE
.. ----- --- , ......,.
tne Republican State executive com
S? A of6" as ?f
- V o , l"c.ou.1l-e convention in
riSnll Pt ,?e V
Pl Hi hls ,.term would exPire
at that time and that in view of his
"s i Jim ine ueraanus
upon his time by private business af-
fairs, he has made known to his com-
s" ... 15 ana tne demands
mitte that, a vniinoro- man cVim.l.l K
selected to direct the party campaign
Mr. RovnnlHa ti.t w n d .
ham, of Durham, is being discussed
. j ...v4 .j lj Vl It V r . VI l. I tXJ 1 1
uie ouue cnair-
man also exnrPKspH fh. nn;;n
as Ms successor. The State chair.
no ti 1 l- c.,,rtAn-- .1711. n . 1 1 .
man also expressed the oDinion that
MISS PfiRftUSdN OF RANDLE-
i MAM PFtl.TJIRR ATES RIPTHn A v
I , , u
1 In celebration of her fourteenth
birthday Miss Mary Ferguson gave a
verv delightful party Saturday even-
ing, Marct, at the home of her par-
ents ih Pandleman, N. C. Thirty of her
High School friends were there vo
.,, . , ... . ., .
prize was won by Miss Henry Ft Z
Caudle. y ' L"J
ti,. m,0 i, n, . i 4 n
XL Z ":' XT'LrZllrt.
pvprv .utoii p;.v .,.i i,;.
"L "T. , ' 0',,tn
: I ' "'"1JI'C" -''
ami cucrnes as served.
MOHNT VESi:vilTS P.
MOUNT vesi:viits r.AI'
iv cui-irrinv .
" ' '
Mount Ve.uvlu, r.i,, Is In nm.W,,..,.'
The phenomenon bepa,, with two mild
-shocks of earthquakes which were
IOllOWed DV CO anse nf I lia omint
cone. 9f)0 fppt hicli vi tii.!i
,e,'suu leel nlK" "Uwl in
j i nr urn ( r.e t.mt waf accompan -
Tt tu, an explosions and'
,.7e ""''owing out of ashes And mean -
descent stones'. Lava pourrd out -from
iiescei.i swnes. ia pouiju ouron
"""r""" ",v- .
T riA ifitor m ot ran m c niv it i ia v i
. hitii-c ulneo tho l icil rlnn.p hpcriin I
-- ...v ''-- . r.
covers an area of 100,0000 square feet,
ml i l m .1 .. 141. .
tne lava nas lormeu rounu tne crai-
er an incandescent band more than
:i0? feet wille- Th.e temrei'ttture "f
mass is 2,000
The width nf the enter
w now m
ladra, director ol tne observatory on
ot tl hpo-inni-, r.( tKe .,,r.ti-4n Tlic
I a coed ?kce
enuinCLiinvrn Ar iirurvi'C
Commlnioner of Ilorenue WatU said
txlay that oiijy ont s-sx more n-
, . 1 - .
'"" Muipucrs lu
their taxsJ withoVit. penalty or mter-
Th Spires m WeilneRday,
March 15, at midnijrht After which
IL. "'f .Pl.T.
-annumwran, a-yy.., w, .
, II I I ! W 4 f
Pretbyterisns Laodlnf fawpslfn
Tha ' "preshytorfans of "ha StaU
are prepsftno1 'to launcn a wm-
pgjp, on Marth 12,. for 174141 for
benevolent , rnuiies, Tho . synod's
.mjoU of I 600 ,000 will bo . socured
: by tho entire Southern Pmbyterinn
Churrh. - '
A Campslm to soruro lflKK) tt!h-
era la also Mnf prohvdel.- A Ti-li
Is one ((".th of nrie's inrnm. Th
Jr , thn tithe for re'UMona f"ir-
t i I - i r i h i . 1 1 It U le.
I ' ' ' ' - - 1 ' 1 '
Although there mar be no state
wide pilm-ry this year, as hereto
fore explained in these letters, the
county contests will compel proper
attention to the requirements of the
primary laws, and the following in
formation it timely just now.
Preliminary organisation work for
the state, district and county prima
ries is required of the election board
so that the county boards may make
uiui uecwmiuuo. a u.iv iiuuui
26th meeting the state
name the members of
boards, and these
boards, in turn.
. limit i na Artiin.
will meet in their
a -i ,cu .
of "r8trarg judges for each
state district and eountv dem-
octk DrimeT wSl be held the
turdaTirf Jun Re Juration
hEwwffl I LJ ThJi.J rfl? n
. . " "J"' uPn ifom
0 aoc?. ""A11 through Satur
day, May 20.
Time for Filing Notices
The time for filing of notices
c Saturday, April 22. This
--j-j i; v,i t n
period is applicable to all candidates
. j i ,
for state offices, judges of
ts, judges of the su-
.... i : -it.
and state senators in districts com-
unKinir moTV mon nnA Mimro
than one county. In
sign a pledge, under the election!
laws, to amnnnrf tho ..miiii.t.
nated by the party with which they,in Julian Special School district ac
are affiliated. .count not residing in said district.
Candidates for the state senate in
districts comprising only one county,
fnr uii i
1 :"c.':ee" auv8.' ana
cuuiay ounces snail nie with tne
county board of elw-Hnn, f
to May 20 P P
Development of Fish Interests
The development of the fish ahd
"ifi muusLiy in rNortn Carolina
the stocking of ponds and streams of
the interior, and the establishment
oyster' industry in "North Carolina,
of a m-niurativn i.
for fish and sea foods for the benefit
of the industry were discussed bvl
. the North Carolina Fisheripa rv.r,'
msslon ln conference with Governor
Tho Qfi .;n u. j-.n . ... , ,
The meetinc will ho fniio,i k..
' of SVrilt
hv k .... . ,
-- wnumooioii wun a view to- Mrs M V Wide roln,w.K:
developing and stocking them 'ship released' 01921700
with suitable fish where conditions' US e r taxef L70? ,va!-
are favorable. The commSn Sin tv ttfls!' taker-
ported results of oyster beddlnw i c J n-
work undertaken by it on small wak & 5fnVlUf P'
scale and plans now are ready to IJL f68 f-1?6 Ia Ua"
greatly increase 'the
- i . , ... w vi w.14,
arketing plan which the
der contemplation, the
MfZ X 6 mre profit" SpefiaI 8Chwl tax 34c'
an 1 it Uhp038' fiih1eanl!u0thel'?',, M,r8; - R " "f- Rich-
o,,ri.; J 4. P?s,slble for the con- land township was released 1921
greatly re-'taxes on $800 valuation, account-
.tt J virtually,
v'J,"epfnV .,,sh SUPP"
thpoo movi, . ., .moe r,)
;,r' Tr,"ru 01 'North Car-
.. ?' dipped. The
and the North I
Carolina consumer f
suffer at both ends
I'k.' This 1 Asluboro.
Scores of Asheboro people cun tell
you about Ooon's Kidney 1'illH. Munvl
nanny Citizen milkps u nnldlo 4.ll
ment of his OYnpi-iptico : . ..
t. What better iir.wif ,.t
merit can be had than such pn,lnr..
. I. 0. Hamilton, grocer,
Asneboro, says: ".Several vears
. I I i 1 t i . .
"K" nun Kinney complaint
yU ..4 : 4 11.
4 11uuiTi1u1.11: irouuie
a jrreat deal am
m.. i i i .
muscles of my ba
.matie twinges in
ack anil I had rheu -
t!1 limllD n-k:.l.
Ho8'...i . - "imo
rtefree.- caused ma to suffer irr-e-,1 i via
hv n.i. i , , '
aft'1 '"'.sruji'-ly, also. Tvi or
nree Doxes of Doan'K Kidnev Pil's!
used as directed Btrentfthened mv
j u ' 1 . , . .V"- """ v
, """""" lrUm8-
I Prlee 60c, at all lealem Don't
l nin auk fr k;. -J,. ..
- i' -Vl1rhteebrrnJe!n I0."'
MfT' Rffi-'' M 53U'-Milburn:ther argued that the board, would
Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
n n en iur t5 ic-i-' vi cj vnfM
v. .111.4 11 i r..s 1 v .s rnu.q
DAVIDSON fcOAD BOARD
Mr. a C. ShlwT ex-sheriff of
county, and for th. past,
JT,!L4.Tt, W WI
How'i Yonr Sto-aifi ?; -?';v;tnrJ
I , IbaMi It Mast ViUl U Tog
: v tirfjm, N. C-Am tat Dr. FVros'a
Ool-leo Moiieal fJlsf rrery hirh I wm
OorwtmiUy, 1 don't belirr tW ia s bet
ter Lot w-sliein mada. I Use tt (of bed
rh, timnsrh dmnrdTa and rrpi.I lirer.
It ia not unj'lrsuuint to Uke aid does riot
irsT s eintiisted ennddi"n aJ an msnr
ff ti liTef tilla ami inel.i inoa do. It
dues its witV and l,i.j 1 1
a r-'w f'Tsnn." Ih.K I I. i h-n, J.i ')
n irluin NUInlv. mn, tnr tk- nmm "
USE SLOANS TO
WARD OFF PAEI
LrTTLE acbet grow lato Ur pain
uoa of aioaa a, KnearnaUem
neuralgia, stiff joints, km back woat
fight long agtinst Sloaa's
For mort thaa forty yean Sloan' '
Liniment has helped thoueaads, the- i
world ever. Yo won't be as exoep. ,
tion. It certaioly does produca results.
RptmtntttwiUicmt rubbing. Keet
this old family friend aJwaya kandyt
for instant tue. Ask yw aeighbor. .
At all drngpst 35c, 70c, $1.40.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS MEETS COUNTY
HOME TO BE RE-SOLD'1
At a meeting of the Board oft
Corrrisioners March 6, the following;
busing w trnM.
I .AJbert Henley Cedar Grove town-
shlD was released 1921 noil tn ai-
8WP wa released 1921 poll tax ac
pnyuicai innrnuues. w. r. lw-
Miifn. in HMnnnnrn mumcnm vroo va t
,eased of t? on. 5? valuation on ac-
i"u"t OI error ,n usimg, county tax,.
W. A. Brown, Liberty
released 1921 tax on S895 valuation
Julian special school tax $2.39.
J. F. Brown, Liberty, township re
leased 1921 taxes on $1667.00 valua
tion in Julian snecial school district:
i vuuan spec
armunt nnf i-oofAir, i .
account .n?t residing in district, Jul-r-
ian special school tax $2.33.
J" Bra was released PIty
.imposed on tne lax J Brown 46c:-
Mollie Staley 26c.; W. A, Brown 21c,r
J. C. Allred of Coleridge township.
wus reieasea oi poll tox ac-
count of physical infirmities. Rosina
Luther of New Hope township releas-
was released of 1921 poll tox
lOOl ttperr i..ZA-
count of error. County tax $5 68
G. H Jones Franklinville towl.--
ship released rm.l fnvo 5or;
wu yufaV Cl
uation account error by listtaker-
rnnnrv rav '4 -7(i
Special school: taxi
in County taX
iTViW, . - 1
VAUI11V LUX 21.UD.
I M. L. Pickett, Level Cross township,
was released, of 1921 taxes on $4200
valuation account error. County tax,
error. County tax $6.80.
Mrs. M. F. Yates Cedar Grove;
township released 1921 taxes on $267
valuation account error. County tax
L. C. Nance, Union township re-'
leased 1921 taxes on $717 valuation,
account error. County tax $6.10
J. A. Stout, Columbia township
was released of 1921 taxes account
flVVAr 1,1 nnmhnt iiiif t-iYlij Riiml tier
$1100. Special school tax $6.60.
B. F. Dint-ham. Concord townshii.
wnu ,pIp5ip,I 101 nitl tuv ni-rnnnt
Ui .;i.i n n i9'v nKio4-t
to Furmpr Srhrtnl f.iv Qfl
Tt uni nnlnrnl tho Ctn f-
commission, Raleigh, N C, to release
K. L Luther of Randleman townshin
nf Stnto inrnxm tn t -4 fill
c()Unt nf prrnr r
I. Millpr A cliahiri-i Irtnioliin
o.ick acne.t was released lt21 Uxes on 400 val
I mornings 1 fe! uatJon account error in listing. Coun
a soreness in the i i,, in
: :- e
i I. r 44ancViit4 t'I4 -
I 4 . 4.4.11 V IIK'U v-l"ll.-'lip
1 1 4 AAA 4 . . rt.- 1.
released I'jiv tax on 51110 vaiua-
... . , ... .. . ...
'ion, account error in usunjr same.
County tax S6.02.
U ,ir,i Kv n hpr,i tn
bu fd a new bridge ovo - Mi U creek at
. k 1 1 si T-i ii . . "-ii f i . I
4.1111 reeK Roller mill in oieniiKe
,own.Wp The , brld to be a two
8Pan '' J,00'eet The citi-
wn w " wum ncx....-
seleft a man to superintend the rock
1 . , , . . ,
IV is unuernwiwi snu rci
this bridire will not be built until sit
'?the'!5? !;of- J0' " hve
"It wu ordarod" ky:th. board y.
yirtuo of a 10' bW havin; boofti
plaeod; on tho former bid tho county
eoTi-Tiisslonort wiir offer ror sale ai
publlo auction to tha , hl(thtt - bid
der on tho- protnijos, on Saturday
March SR. 1022 at eno o'clock F. M,
4 L 4. .11 WM. UaM44 lt 44.n t.lt Irl CP
V" VI l WWIIhV I1VIIIV ... -114-. ,4
of 214 im, situated firo wiles wct
of Ahtboro. on tho SUto Hirhwar
t RalUhMrv. Tirmi af aalo 1-3 cash
1-8 in twslva tnotiths and 1-S In two
Tha lirt of Jurors as printed In tho
Courier of last wok wo chosen afUf
-hich alJoumment followed. .
CAT'D OF THANK?