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County Democratic Convention in.i
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lieboro, Saturday, May 13, 2. O'clock M.
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ISSUED WEEKIX V v& " $2.00 A YEAR IN AD VANGD
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"TOLUME XLTH ' 'J- , y.vJT. rTT"-V 5 ' " " AheW. North CarUaa Tharsday, April 28,1923 . . NUMBER-IT
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STATE DEMOCRATIC "
CONVENTION IN SESSION.
IN RALEIGH TODAY
GARLAND PARK .WILL
OPEN WITH PDBLIC
DANCE TUESDAY;MAY 2
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The SDennittecbuntj?; convention
was held in tne eounnouse lasu-oav
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taT UOU.W.,-'. VOOf mr v.
Cranford ; was .elected " permanem
chairtnajv of the county v xeeuve;
committee with .Mr. L, F. Ross and
Miss ; Minnie' Hoover permanent sec
"? retari'es. ' '
, V - The'convenUon was one of the most
; largely i attended and " enthusiastic
- ? atherings ?: ever held m the county.
'. There was perfect harmony and. universal-
willingness to place the county
flee of county treasurer-and to
other measures to economize tn coun
ty finances. - A number spoke on. va
rious subjects pertaining to affairs of
- the county.
Importance of placing the party in
e forefront in county activities was
A hv all of the delegates,
, Miv'Bruce Cttenrwas strongly
in favoi!; of .the Democrats again being
in power, and he urged the members
of the party to seek to; accomplish
that feat. He":- called attention, to
many of the short-cominga or the
present : administration and K$d
party harmony and persistent efforts
to elect a Demdcratic ticket in-the
- rv tit Wntr1v BDoke feeling'
ly on party unity and of the splendid
opportunities ihis fall to. agai ome
.into power, t Mr Arthur fiossj ,wa
- much interested in abolishing the of
fice of county treasurer and thereby
save thousands i of dollars to ; the
county; i Mr. J Finch; ef trinity,
was, especially -interested 5i placing
the eounty officers ?n Balaries.TMr
Finch wanted the salaries; ample but
not extravagant Wm, C v Hammer
spoke especially on national politics,
but. urged the party ut," out a
strong ' ticket as ' the- nrospects were
bright for a Democratic victory,v .
M J A! Martin, of Liberty, pre
sented the name of W. M- Hanner-for
clerk of the -supeni
, enti?e Liberty
w' n M. Weather'
name of L. C-Moser for the .jegi&ia-
TViero woe much aonlaUSe When
the names: of ,D. B. McCrary, Hugh
Parks and, Troy Bedding were' pre-
sented for county, commissioners. j;en that the present fee system oi
These having been recommended at remunerating county officers is ex
one of the -precinct meetings. travagant, and an unnecessary bur
It was decided that, a Democratic den- for the taxpayers, and. pledge
mass meeting would 'be .held in Ashe- ourselves to the proposition of dis
boro May 13 at which . time every continuing the fee system and su
Democrat in the county is urged to be stituting therefor a salary system.,
present. v , fixing the county officers except tr.
The following resolutions were pre- sheriff on a straight salary of ?2.000
sented by Mr. J. 0. Redding, chair- per. yetff each and necessary clerk
man of the resolutions committee: hire, approved by the board of com
o. . n-..-"t; r.,i. missioners, and that the sheriff Ye
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JM elevation-ot tne reiimng in-
fluence-of woman.tO, active political;
participation,, and the ever onward
progress Of political freedom, DnngS
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a -new uay km Kiium vfi"j
ml onf -r.Knnnaihllitv. . No lonirer
,.do toieratea mitanaoipn county emu-:
destin -.method of trickery and agi-
tation, hecret,: exclusive night meetr
:ingi -at th rural school . house,' con-
ducted bviciouBorators and ,aglU.
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-v kMBiinM A fivnAwmM hn -rv4.
;udice, singing only Bong- of hawt
c BREAKING GROUND FOR
.VJThursdav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
lr?- ground will be broken for th bulld
V' Ina-v tfi M. P.. College -hich is. to
- ' be erected on a'slt in High Point on
the Greensboro road. Work will be
. gin. immediately on the' main' building
t, f . - j. . . . .. . .
1. hoped and expected that tW bunding
which- will be 400 feet
.'.vwu n completed, py xaii ana wiu oe
" open ror, rreHnmen students- oniy. , a.
number of local men' as well as urTmllt during this tim are of a better
r -' Of town oersons will take part in Jh type. The 'old log-school house has
; X exercises. ; Plans are being made to'about disappeared, only 94 remaining
receive a large ctowd of people from of the '1,11)0 that stood and were in
the various charch of this' section ot.nse-in 1000. ; ' f V-.,,
:,th-state.',- While it la a denomlna-;,' Progress In the schools V has been
tlnnal college. It wilj Se a help to this equally along other line, hotably, In
rart of the state to have another col- the pay of teachers and in the length
' We here due to the crowded condJ- of th whit school term was'.-73.3
-tion of the other 'colleges. ' Contribu- days..' In-1920 it was J35.0 days,
tions ImVe come from people . of all The' average length of negro School
. denomliiiitlonii are - gladly .received, terms has Iikmvine. increased from 65
' are frtnlly received. ubrcriptioiui. days to 127.4 days. - ',' , .',"'- -,'
Fub;ciiption run over a penod ofj - The nay of tert)rs has more than
five year, and there are few people doubled, a has the number of tesoh
in our state who rnnnrit sITord to. pay fr. It is ju:t a Hep back to 1902,
Uimihlng toward this fund when It but compare the school system today
l iny le iid In five yeurly Iimtall- with that of twenty years ego.' The
i.ii- i ' Kveryhody U invited to at- state hns In that time msde elmont
exercises . in High i'olnt
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j -' I Tjje Mt. r.ilesd hlirh school c1(JmhI njlck that th two mort p'owul mem 'at the tmerriaUonal Ideal involved In
n a- ni"tlng held In the Troy lust wwk, the Commenrment xr-i hers of Harding's tshinct, Hughe and ths'lengu of nation for tb Iema
' e At.r.l 10 j.):in wrr made rle befrlnnlng April 12. Dr 11. W. Hoover, are burning midnight llirhta erats to rlV It ss the paremotint Isaue
r. Il si ;..!f I t.ic fair Si- Kn:i'r, of frnn Oi'lrpe, prearhsd to put this country into the- league cf so anon after Suffering dlsanter with
.i f .r . .i.f ry -county, the sermon iiindy evening, and the nation anil the awtmd of th thr It' Th man In 8 ltrt, th" father f j
i v n f -i'!e up rf f -: " "ment addrana wro (if llvcted npf ary i-tepa would soon be Vr tlx) league ila a It W propoid,
v) f - xi mij tow ii ',ip I It. y,'. I,, potent, of Wak. l-'or- in tl. anolntmnt of an -Amenran liai" said tli laagu wHill tnke care
' . t t (',' . . . i k iroftit.itive mi the reparstion rom-'of itself and ft Hl without dmibt -j
llagrani'iri the rf4ce'-'pf intelligence.
uasuumy -viojaie ox ne. nonorea eau-
1.1 t.l.li ' IM It. . J 1.
be set during the week on ven-
.greaws menace w vanaoipn county. (
jic- fivcinisc xbaiiuui)Jii cuuuiy limn
is"not sStisfied with- his government.
He chafes under an injured sense of
plighted faith" and broken , promise.; spot in the party firmament at "pWs
He distrusta the future. The fanner t ent, there being a whole setting of
Is, disappointed and depressed. ' "fcejeggs in that one district aldnefor
flounders m the rising tide of taa-1 the primary to dispose of before
tion, and loses heart in the receding ! hatching time. ' : - .;
K-ttfe At least half-dozen aspiiUts,
XJ& 3S? ."eluding Charles; R Abepethynd
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for jmore' money and greater, ;1oans
'WW coumy as tne.accumuiaxion
of debt . ;and, the 'creation of office.
Randolph county, as the accumulation
situation as now managed. .Let De
mocracy's battle cry be DOWN
WITH EXPENSES AND, OFF WITH
uUu..u.m.,uuiU jiuuiM, A en of GoWsboro, Dr. Carr,.of JJU
rificerthe.ride of .the eounty,-pass p. others. 8Vexpected tofile
automatically to ruin, and the demana i fL'
' Let us renew our allegiance to tJ-.s'rt guA
Democratic. party, proclaim our faith!
the accomplishments and ideals of Jsional districts, Seven : solicitorslups.lday at 4 o'clock. Rev. W. A. Barker
"Tlv " gTt I scores 6t thosfe whoyill seek-sena- Conducted -the services and fater
estoliUidol" and f, humanity s.toaai honors and the place on. the ment followed in the church grave-bn-t-fopev
endorse - the., Corporation Commisdoii - wer:.itn- -jid.--record
of our state administration,, spoken for by Either Republican' or Mrs. Fiel.is snnwerf bv one s.n,
approve the course ofour senators pemocrat.. But few Republicans have .tf.JL FSelda, 4f Climax 'anJ to
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Hammer In the national congress,
and, resolve:, ; ' , ,
Flrst: That we pledge 'ourselves j
td an open, frank campaign of public
education, that the voters 'may bo-1
come ,iamiuar witn tne coumy duev
nessV and if ;elected the. first act 0. 1 for eolicitor in that district Judge ROAD CLOSED BETWEEN I
ttlESiJ- tojffi5V- Sh,T 8lS? .f hat dl?rict' fitedi : SOPHIA. AND HIGH POINT
StUfc-SSSr r0t!-e f hlS mtent 40 X ren0m t. "ZTTa
iXwn0n' ' fv, , " .iuA ItJra8 r110 Y i0l the. m'
1 "u8 thft ol entna ;Urtea terest and welfare of the traveling
&S;WJWI-- uncei- fre: Thomas J. Shaw, GcMw'that; til ittad from Asheboro
stand. g ; - judge superior court, twelfth district, to Hijgh Point.wUI be closed from to-1
Becondfj-That believing the Office
Aaoi.WAM Kb MnnAononnv..
nominate nor "tun
I mnnt v H-raainiw .
, Third: i That we symnatjiize
the. feeling of every responsible en
paid ?2500 per year and
clerk hire and actual traveling
penses with in the service of
county, and reoiiire the countv in
bear the exnense of bomlino-. each ,!
.no saudiidc ui uwmiiiiX' rav.lt ui
the officers in a reliable bomlino- rn - . -
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Dan v. ann our raniiint.et tor rnnnr.v
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are running on a salary basis (n(
pledge themselves to -carry out' t;he
provisions of these resolutions.
-Fourth: That the r paying of -an
enormous falary to the chairman of
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.-v- (Contlnntd 6n: tage'4.)
ONE-SCHOOL HOUSE A
Twnti yeara. have'.Wn ' Vernarkai
blt progresa the hoo system of
Mortir Carolina .. Scndol nouses . built
during;, th; period' from ,W(l to "1920
DAY FOR TWENTY YEARS
numbered 6.805.-an average of 87lKnrmiot. IK Kew York ana which Mr.l
a-year, or an average ox more tnan i wuson hub 'bmww khuhw"i
kotI-.V'Wfnr k'gineereA -to recommit Wilson to .the
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unbelievable progress. . -..
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(By Maxwell- Gorman,)
Raleigh, April : 18. The t Wemo-
cratic state convention Thursday is
the event of this week and lhe -key
note" speech to- be delivered by Con
gressman Ed W. . fou, ol tae tounn
(Raleigh) District, temporary;, pre
siding officer, the - outstanding na
ture of that occasion. 'P
Some of the party's guardians afed
"leaders" are on the preUmiriary
montn8 eggs, desi:
designed to' be, hatched
WUV til AlUTVIllUVi. VI-i"
The, third congressional district i is
causing more anxiety than any jther
Larrv Moore, of Npw Rami. Mntt
judge, . solicitor, state senalor" asso
ciate justice or corporation commis
sioner on either ticket to deciatv
himself and pay his fee. Thetosts
close next Saturday night at jnic
night; though any1 notification, bearing
the stamp of April 22 will he accept-
pa.,, i1n-.si- iqictwe
applied for any office,, though a-futt
roster of 1;hem is expected before tfte
IlVVlV.i I1UO VtCCftt .
expiration of the time - Umit.' ' v''r: ''.!6)en8bord.... . Another son, Lieut.
- The twelfth judicial district show-. Bascom Pields, was killed in France
ed up with opposition to J. Allen" Au' and his body was brought home for
tin when, his fellow-townsman T. W". burial a few: months ago.
Aioertson. filed his intention to run I
W H. risner,.Uinion, r.), solicitor,,
Civrh ItLTWT W I hATfCMI r Nlfftt:
eighteenth district; J. E. Swain,
Ashevllle, U.), solicitor, mneteentn
Continued on page 8.)
The Paramount Issue in
the Coming Campaign
(By David F.
I Washington, April 18. Wliat is to
he the paramount issue in the ap-.
; tJ,"",-l,",s V
i Governor Uox nas mane a numuei ui
Isnpeches of late attributing the le-
' plorable. conditions o the world and.
especially of -the United States to the
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' fact that tlio Kepuoiican party inrougn
o I ..I I,.,. thlft
. uusu mvc omo "n-
1 rountrv out of the leatrue of nations,
'mL. 1.1. T-i ti To.i.lanl iul pon.
,me bw v,..v-
I ai.iate id his recent speech in New
'York stressed lightly aU other issues.)
It is believed bj 'some Democrats who
are opposed to Cox that he ha. ; clung
1 ha lantrnA Ma thp TiBrftmount issue.
Ill T e iino wiUnn
winir of the oarty for his own nomi-
wit n i.ri mutes ui lbuiui iiiil. v i v.
nation' for the Presidency in 1924.. the senate bill , is the highest tariff
Although President Wilson and. Wll-f ever offered to the country. In in
liam G. McAdoo personally supported iqulty the two bills are alike. They
! Cox in the last election, it is well
known that an immense numDer ot the rates; aenator Laroiictie, me
Wilson Democrati either voted . for. one. Republican on the finance commit
HardingDr did not vote at all. Some tee who filed a report opposing the
of these. Democrats allege that the bill, declares that it will enormously
message reported to have come from increase the cost of living and halt
tpA;Vmide his SDeech'at the Jefferson
Mr. .Wilson an, readjust oetore m
luri1 .. 1 -1... ..11... tuna
ifortunes of Cox as a eamUdat. ;j, -
, Republicans hoping to use tnr
lesrua as a wedge to divide the Dent
ocrats, asth Republicans are them-tail our export business and increase
selves divided on that:' issue, have-unemployment,
sought through Senator McCormick,of-,A Uriff more draUc In Its onpres
lllinol In the senat-, to .'challenge sion that! ' th Pavne-AIdrkh Uriff
Demomtlc senators like' Pomerenf ,'of. whjch, swept . tb -Republicans "from
Ohio, Hltcheockof Nebraska, Kinp-. of power In m 0-1 2, is aU th DemocraU
Utah, Pittman, of Nevada; Keadrick, now need for th paramount ism 1n
ot Wyoming and others standing for 1022-24 If th Rrpublicatir nas their
lection in doubtful northern states to tariff bill they will leave the wav u
declare whether they were with Cos. on 'obstructed for th Democrat three
the laagufl of nations as th paramount years hence to put this country Into
iouq r not ' Hut unfortunaUly for th teagu of rations Is the belief of
thi political senator from Illinois,' maiiy f th, nhrewdvt Democratic
while he ws tr'ln t ensnare then politicians In WsKhlngtonX. They" be
liemocratie senators, Senator Borah, (ier the people will resent th impo
of Idaho, the chief of th Irreeoncila- sltloa of a hlgh;tariff with, more pep
bl, evpMed a bnmb uwler Mc-Cor-' and wrath than they, eve hav b
Bilck's feet by challenging him to sub-, fore . ;' -r
mil hi test. to thr senator of sin I- Rut lb American people. It is be
;0wn party. Borah' rvmlndeL McC"r
The new. recreation park for Ashe
boro, "Garland Lake," will open
formally Tuesday evening, May 2nd,
with a big dance to which everybody
is invited. The music will be furnish
ed by. an orchestra from Greensboro.
Souvenirs and favors will be given to
all who dance. , Through the sum
mer months there will be dances at
Ithis park every Tuesday and Friday
evening. On Sundays there will be a
concert in the afternoon by a local
Water will be turned into the lake
the latter part of this week. The I
lake is fed . by. two strong streams
etiming from Oakey Mountain, and it
is said -that the water supply is quite
adequate for a much larger body of
water than this one. The lake, as
well as being stocked with fish will
be a favorite spot for bathers. ;
Free camping space is also offered
for tourists who wish' to camp over
night; The main highway from Bos
ton to Pinehurst runs within a hun
dred yards of the park, and this win
be a great convenience for travelers.
FLORA FIELDS DIES IN
Mrs. Flora" Fields, widow of M.. C.
Fields, formerly of Randolph county,
died Saturday in a Greensboro hos
vital at the age of 64 years. " She
went to the hospital for an operation
only a few days prior to he: death.
The funeral was at Bethlehem
Methodist church, near-Climax, Sun-
daughtejw, -JJ. Stella
aiS mam livnette Field
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day.on. until the wow is completed.
M,l .111, K rAHtlBAn tl'llfl ic U'lTtt TMA
thus be necessary to either pj the
-.mountain roaa or oy ureensooro
in order to reach High rVvt.
mission. Borah is one of the veiy few
honest enemies in the senate of the
over ngniing u in nis on nuny iiiiin
in the Democratic party.
But it is the American neople them-
selves who will determine what shall
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oe tne paramount issue in me up-
v,v..n.K; .InAiinn on, rf ha nlti.
cians on Capitol Hill. The indications
vm u n 1 tha Unmih oont ran mini
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their tariff, bil 1 before congress ad-
journa. there will be no further need
tc , ask what is the oaramount issue,
The tariff in the most aggravated form
vr txrwrncGa bv the Amencan Deo
msf kn fV,. .m,,rtt Umi.
uic n 111 1.1 1 v. nu wmvutiv - 1
The house bill as now amended by
differ only in arranging and. grouping
wnat auie progress now oemg maue
to normal conditions In this country,
The DemocraU on the finance com-
' 1.4. I.J lu. Il...la Clmmnn. tiavl
,mmn icu "
filed a minority report characterising
tha bUI as the most un-American ver
framed.. Senator Simmons predicted
that if tbe bill Is passed it would eur
lleved, do not Tt uffWntly appren-
Present Republican Con- ;
gress Doomed to Defeat
Since Last November When Re-:
publican Towns Flopped Indica-,,
tions of Democratic Victory Be
come Plainer Each Day.
(By Wallace Bassford, Special Courier Correspondent.)
Washington, April 17.-When scores worthless; had the abler Republicans V
of Republican towns and cities elect- seen a chance of gettnig a seat in '
ed Democratic mayors last November Congress there would have been "
the administration leaders, said the different tale to tell. And it behooves
results were due to local causes. It 'the Democratic organizations in thee'
appeared strange at the time that the various states to see to it that only '
various and varying "local causes", able men are nominated against the
brought the same results all, the way sitting Republicans, for the signs of
from Providence, Rhode Island, to the the times indicate that scores of Re-,"
cities -Of Utah, but the Democrats, ' publican seats are to be vacated. A"
still smarting from the drubbing of landslide seems to have no respect for
1920, were backward in pointing out previous majorities. " , !,
the significance that seemed to lie I , - ' A
therein. , But when various cities in The desperate state of the admiif '
Maine kicked out their Republican istration is indicated by the heartless
officials" about a month ago, the trend " discharge of the 28 chiefs of the va- -began
to be of more definite charac- ( rious divisions of the bureau of en- :. I
ter. Hartford, Conn., overturned a graving and printing, where stamps, "
machine that had held the city for paper money and Liberty bonds are
the Republicans the last twenty years, engraved and printed. It is the most
while Kansas City, Missouri, in a , wonderful shop of its kind in the
straight party fightt elected a Demo-. world and has been considered a mod . 3
cratic mayor by 12,000 majority. The el of efficiency. The best opinion
Republican governor of Missouri,! here seems to be that Harding need
Hyde, went into the fight with all the ed jobs for his clamorous and hungry t
help the state and national machines followers, and by putting Republicans ' ,
could give him, backed by a big Re- of his own choosing into all the heads
publican majority at the last election, places, he could have them remove '-
but suffered a. great reverse. those below them, thus providing
These elections are strongly re- many hundreds of places. Senator " '
mindful of the sorry condition in Harreld, of Oklahoma, one of the ac
which the Democrats found them- cidents of the last election, gave ou
selves during Cleveland's last admin- J a statement to the effect that the ad-
iofMli'iui. ITowtinrv'e eiiiofinn ic varv miniatrflHnn fminrl fhaf ttianv ivF fi
iDbldbtVll, liniuui 0 i&i.MMW.va. ' J
similar to Cleveland's, if not fully,
analogous. It will be recalled that frequently to Mr. Tumulty, Presi
Cleveland came into office in March, 'dent Wilson's secretary for eight
1897, just after prosperity had talten years, than to the present heads of 'J
wing. He got the blame. For a year the government. If this were true itl
and a half he struggled against the .would be a damaging proof of the
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elected after another. At first
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ZuJIcAZ and dissnston trol Those wh know IfflfiS
JITHStofl 2f PolS have slrved wKA
day. Cleveland had hardly gotten hlslproval the very proper -conduct if
cha warm before the city elections Mr. Tumulty, who, like his chief, ha
b to al of slx'given every evidence of the correct
th the reports had begun to attitude in the circumstances. Mr.
monotonous just one Republi-1 Wilson's silence has almost been
threadbare. ; It madejhas caused the former President's
where tne eiecwons,
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results were very
similar. The difficulty seemed to be
that the people were so disheartened
by hard times (begun under . Harri-1
son's Republican administration) that
they would not support any man of
the same political faith as the man
who headed the existing jrovernment. '
Today the Republican leaders find the
same difficulty in getting the peop!e
I to vote the ticket of the party in con- " :!
trol at Washington. If the analogy Some of the employes summarily ,
'goes as far as next November seven fired by Harding had worked for ;.
'months from now Harding will re-'scores of years in the bureau, and are.,
'ceive the same sort of repudiation a'now thrown out in the m,ost heartless j
! was suffered bv Cleveland, for in the manner, with no charges filed against 'S
middle of the latter's term an antag- them, but branded by innuendo. It
'onistic house was returned by a very is as bad as the discharge of 1,300,;
I large majority. Some queer things navy yard employes on the day of the .
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occurred: Lhainp (.lark was oeieaieu
music teacher, while
r;U I P I'lnrwl wac hpnlpn 1)V
"'-"r .. ...... ti, wet nmn.
IIOTSC tlUULlll. IHT
Pnnirrpas were turnci out.
Willie limil Ul ""'-'T'-'
... a .1 . . ..
, - ConlrreiSi0llr jokes."
' t0 f hadl been allowed to
! Many of them n neen a
take party nomi. ai
" ""1 that the Ke-
: publican nommutions were conHUieien.the people
CHARLES M. CRAVEN ! FORMER ASHEBORO LADY v
OF GREENSBORO, DEAD' CIVIC LEADER IN HICKORY
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Mr. Charles Marvin Craven, a well Mrs. Lillie Burns IJlliott,who yta't
known business man of Greensboro, reared in Asheboro has been on of
died at .his home Sunday morning at the prjmoters of the community club;
10 o'clock after a lingering illnes.s of at Hickory and has done golendiu1
more than a-month. work. 7
The funeral services were conduct- A recent issue of the Hickory Reej
ed at Centenary MethodlHt church. rd has the following to "y'' ; 1
Mr. Craven, who was 44 years old, The is no organixation in Hickot
was born In Randolph county but has that has shown more teal for civl
lived in Greensboro for the past 18 Pnrs than th community -clusj
years. Ha was ,th proprietor of the now entering on Its sixth year. 1(
Greensboro cafe ami was interested put over th domestk science departt
In th Hanner hardware company f"1 of th M school and is help-
H. leave, a wife, Mr Esther Al- Ti"
Jlr:.I..E"?l?-C5?!rii-A6.'unl nd -becomes: active lj
f.tw IrT 1 ImZ Mr Wi m
fKlBif' ftJS'," that was Irf touch with the hrJ
"Ii p--rL,.:,'"'. . . r.'
ri.i. ItZJrZ -J3 Z vnZrZ- lh bll"3Lt "t lu alms arm
EltJf rH1?h Uw,Mrs. Wrth fclllott and Mrs. lia
" - hlnu,.-' - --i .y--V jsay have been th two" president
r-, ' kQAlh M GREAT DAMAGE with th knowledge that mi.
".it -''','" ':"'r'' '"; '''-. -rrowned their mleavor. . Mr. I
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an iwntj vornannj . ar.a
""" wi innr fw-i v uwn iivi car , adininistratmn Is surf
throughout towns of the middle wo?:." equally; ucceful. ' -
Twelve were. known - to- hsv- heenl , ... . .i,...
dead and ovrr a hundred Inforcd. ss hv been accompanied by
well ss thnosands mnd homely, able Hijhtnlng, and in mnny
Tornsiloea hav Jwn rporid by the hsvy hnil haa done murh
score In Indiana. Jlllnnln, n Arlen- Cloudburfts Monday killed
as. ' In many nlaces Iff Indlsnn fn- the sore anrt bli(jhld v,. t
fcfally thet floodi'a'nd - tomrdoes.as welt on spring crop.
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chief office holders reported more
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equalled by that of Mr. Tumulty,,;
said tne results wno is quietly practising law. nar- ?,
causes," but that'reld's charge is the only thing that i
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secrewiry .toiDrean nis suence onacur-j
i. l.-i.- . . j.1 1 li. 'L. I U .1 '
rem piimcs, viouu ii, must ut nir
nutted that he shattered it to bits at
the expense of theOklahoma senator,
f-iving the latter a dresdng-i dbvrn j
tltav will abide with him for - gome
tune and do much toward retiring
him to that private existence for
v hich he seems better qualified than
for the hurly-burly of Washington v
arms conierence eimeu, ic is sun w j
nxed nenei oi wasningion uiai n wm
a lone in pnler that the Dig newspaper,;
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hpndlinp mio-ht make a deen imnres-.
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sion ou the loreign delegates
....... .,.., . lAn.,A nttt. noU ,
men were not even given ten nun-;
utes notice. They came to work with '
their" lunch baskets and were told
th were not wante,L Aml yet tUi
is a "government of the people, for
nr od caus' Last year the elu
.r V WW' members o!
'aspirations of. the members ami th
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Meniies- IN th third prenii