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PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN;
$2,00 A YEAR IN ADVANCH
v. v : x .
Aabebore, Kerth Carey, Thursday, June 1, 1922
M M EH 24
. U"AU,U 'jniuiii-
;-- ' .Th& esDkmeacement for Jthe '.' Asbe--;t
boro-V graded -and high school.;. Began
i- Friday evening May2with Jlay
. r rAll a Jffi8takeThi8 wa oisdi ibe
j. wrv -. urn r vl. A" viv vj.- - - -
dnce;f: splendid traininic?. It was a
'-inf inaaner and appreciated by?, the
i? -large aooience in atienaancciiJMi w;
y md erds va& held uhday morning,
May 2& an4 waehe annual commenca
I ment aermn;Rarely have the people
I V of the towit ipoken M enthusiagtically
t - or; a aermon a ua iny: P tnas- ae-.
Hverea by KVf, John Jordan uongiasg,
r inoiv was addressed to- th graduating
their liYe- to vtfe hetterment; .olhuri
manitjvs. Ha ispote .further ,-, o ' the i
matri ODDortunitiek -Jor .-wod .they
would find in' their different walka wf
life iinplorinarLthraa -,'? choose i: the
path" of righteousneas rr and '-Beryice.!
The. entire sermon1', while lft;:.yoayillta.w'ugh- Daugheuty irito theL.
practical sermon. ' : The - service was me xresiaeni oi W8t tune Tait.
opened by prayer bjr'Beti A5 Cibbs-fWhila tb contria-made byi Felder,
and" tb benedietion-waa ivpm0UBee4 it; provided .foc-a retainer foi $5,000
by Jtevv IrfWrringer itzi 'M Daugherty, and .expenses; ith an
. Monday afternoon the class day ex-, additional $26,000 in case of Morse's
ercise were heW.The program open-ireleasa being obtained.;- -;
ed. with a!aongf by; the jl class. : r This itgenaW Caraway, h has done the
was i followed, by th salutatdry iwbichpeopu; the service of exposmg -Daughr'
was iveh' by- Miss 'Mabel -Cox,--IiL'iS''at!vViVflimF,'in mnfmrtintf with thfe
most pleading .fcianneMiasEthe
vox readme eiass nisiory, ana, wuutgreeingt(o relieve him, from hia very
liam Hammond gave the statician's re-
jporii i The. last wflrand testament , of
the class .was Had by - Miss- Mae ?res-
MlLi iMuch merriment aaivafforded
by th presentation of the trophies bjrjthe man whol putthia job over on a
MrV June Phillips and the class roph
esy by Miss Ett Raid .WoooVIhlfcwaa
followed by a poem composed and ren
dered by Miss Mary Bulla which sh
ed great talent.; The" vatediclory. was
" given -b Mr.WiUlam Uhderwood;fai
-V a vent- efficient and pleasing Manner.;
; The exercises closed wi afarewell
sonrto- the tune ;eli,Perfect Day-" -,r
The graduating' exercises. held Mon
' - day evening closed the eommencemen1.
IDrl W, U Poteat, of Waka Fereslv the
speaker of the occasion was jntroauc-
ai . .J1 aa nraitical idKfis for tlr UlUre'
' ... . . . i
tifa'n-uinrlr Ha ttwuMl the f act that
education, is the prindpat business-o?
all -businesses, saying that their: edu-r
"tatieh had just begun , He urged them
all to go further ia their education
and make the .best possible use - of
' .their lives. He told also ef the vast
possibilities here in our own. state,
mentioning! the education, agriculture
. and manufactures as": comparing 1 9?
ivorable with other sUtes of. the unipn,
Following the address the . diplomas
.were awarded to the twenty-one grad
uates. They are Hortense Register,
ra Poirf .Wmw1.. Mae Presnell. Mar-
gtierite York, Ethel', Cox, , Alberta In-"
- - gram, Mary uuua, uowa nay wurm,
- Mabel Cox, Nan -Lewis, Blanche Gat
tjing; RuthiTuVicannOtu' Vivian : Cranf
ord,Jabel.Wright,r Curtis Garner,
A : William Johnson, tJenrne uooie,- ,yvp
V" i ia Vndenrood, iWilliara Hammond,
"June PhillipSr. Harold ,Mo6re. 7-, :-Q
;,); The: dip1niaawer awarded by Mr..
h J.'- Redding.-vThe- scholarsWp ned
i V - il which went tr William; Underwood
.vTwai presented by ,Mrr HM-Robina.
& !". '"TW junior scholarship medal preoent'
k t.: .red, -by i Mr.-Clifford Cox waa awarded
:V .;;. 'o
'JSZfi Carrinsrer .1 nresented the essay ' medal
iW-Fite : Miss; LinWe'lMrKnef:.mr a.
fpehca; presented r the : J, 0: ; .Walker
2s';k--.ldai to JUiss inae rresneui j nr. u. r-
jkt'Maddox" presented the eeventa grade
"'" . ' ' .AnMl 'AtllM' ,m1l
i ; tCI LliJUlTC 1IU Bt. 11M
'V?.Thla was followed bv his Annual report
' f f !-i:-AnBtjmUnt i4f th achOoU-Which
'doeeef- .the exerciseaT
iV'kOTTCh road causes
DEATH OF .CHILD BtUAI
v "' ; riear Greensboro, were on-their way
to Groometown Sunday afternoon, with
Y--tll family a heart-breaking acd
V A dent ioccurred. The car which ..- Mr.
"'.''i Holdea was driving hit a rough spot
,VA'ln the road, throwing NellU, the two-year-old
daughter out of the ear. The
- child's head hit the ground and her
:-"t skull crushed, causing Instant death.
: v ;' l"he parent were surprised and grief
7 stricken. to find upon picking the child
f up thaf he waa dead, The .funeral
. . ' 'servkes were conducted Monday from
' ',''" the home of the parents, and burial
-x 1 took place at the cemetery near Jamea-
' 1 town. ' '-:'' . '' ''"
, S, MONUMENT TO tZ UNVUILFD
AT LLXi.NCION JULY 'lilE
'Davidson county In 'ftncinpr ex.rn
ntvely for a bis: gallim-in- at LcxinT
ton on the f iur.li of J .i y. . At ti.id
time a mo:
Rix ! ' 1 .'
v! ' , i f-.
f r , v
it P.liJ bronto lablft
,,ry of Die ti.i -
v :T v Vrnng fmrn I
1.1 M tinvri:c,l wil h
)! ' '1 ! " j rri-) ;tin
i c- " '( I - ""1-
if . A .-,n I.f Ion.
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RISl SENATEHO DE
"' , "NCE DAUGHTERY
i.' T-( Special , Correspondent)
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Washington. Mas' 29 When Sena
tor Caraway ros in' his plac4 in tha1
aenatft on Hayl2 and charged that At'fectite, was fired from a75-taia;"gun
(torney ueeorai Uaugnerty. received aand feU short to "range, struck a 4ree
ifee -for belpihg &"W.YvMorse to-inakejand xplodedf 'f ' r H' J WtfAfy t
JW getaway front the Atlanta beniten-V " ; Those killed Were-IMvaterThoi. U
tiary:: during r Taft'ss? .adminiatrationi
oenawr -jim jfYStson.". pi OnOJana,-'mons,
made hasle io defend Daugherty ana
to ieny the whole story.. He did this
oa th word and authority of Daugh-erty,--be
Or May' 20 Senatort7araway' had
printed., m the Congressional Record a
lettar which; Dauthertv iad "written
More demanding a balance of $25)00
to:. i ontraot.i Tha. ? Wasmngten
News on .that day; printed photo
graphic eopy of th- letter bearing
Daugherty'a. aignatuxe jts welt f as. a
eopy, of the . contract- which:'" Morse
mad with Thomas B. Felder, of At-
proper punishment through his influ
ence with the President, stated that
the -only -decent course left open to
Daugherty was to resign. Of course
rresiaent iff not tna son wno win re
sign, and the present incumbent at the
White .House hasnt enough i of the
Rooaevelt spirit to fire him, as lie so
richly: deserved vOf course Morse did
not. pay the $25,000, but proceeded, to
organise' new companies which isought
and obtained : government contracts,
and is again in the toils for alleged
irauas on.tne government.
-i.' In the" Ladies - Home ..Journal of
, a u.uuKiib in; uaa rv m
il -r " 57
inals,-' J Aad two: -Cases' 'before, niacin
which it was represented that both the
convicts s were near 5 death! - Examina,
tiona were made by the army medical
corps, watches were established and
It wna YannrtaA that kvtt. m. t
last stages Of a fttal disease. One RICHMOND PREPARE FOR
ct(fcemifti2r CONFEDERATE VETERANS
- w s wvws wuu wauu aui,&a ncic ii l.iirr
ed. Another of them ia apparently in
excueni. neaitn ana seeking to re-f . - VJ
establish himself in the field in which'?16?? pi?5olI8 ,for the .comin
he committed a penitentiary offense! L?tJeft, 6,600 oilw surviving 45,
Thi shnltAB -'n'u f.ia . 000 Confederate veterans who have
ununauon, ,? u would look like Fresi- v" """""a 'pereonaL' It represents Lincoln, seat
dent Taft thougbt some one had put t "7 Va HJ 66 heWthe ed in a thoughtful mood, and is the
up' a job :onihim.vlt would be inter- June -9-2. A committee in charge first thing that meets the eye as one
esting to have hfe opinion of Daugh- if arrangements 1ms already .made pas?es through the immense colonade
rfv .!,, ixit- u; 1.5 loan y reservations for room and hrnlc- . t3 i , .
iv"jnm.uw , im UUUIUU-
the MW;&:iW-kMB. Jithr
wg gooaQ say?., v;" a v ,. -
Sff. of Midrib iJk
Scan-congressman, printed Tin ttaSnTTii V "i '' .
gressiohal Record ot - Mav is . wtl AH t"erflber8. United Confed-
lromC8ltain a L. Scaife.f Mr.-Wood- vi- f it' 0Lnfc?ute bol of the -union, each column repre
niff explamedthatptaUhScaifow ' 'senting one of the 36 states existing
engaged oy tne department of Justice
w .investigate the sirctaft -frauds ut Zl" iaI'Z a .'yam'
resigned when he found ttmself -e"? 'iEfe1? jL2" i 7ho
standv HocVAd hv w. U , h. .i.i -to Richmond for the Confeder-
menw caue i iecterto wood:
plainsVat. lohgth- how,, Jus afur an Privuege.oi sraveimg a reduce
fntarviaw with Danh.V. K-i ij PxO fare., .General Jo Lane Stern,
derj and Felder told bin! he" had last
hflrZT SLT.if- r5!f.;?r5eterani-and. accompanying, members
that kiMtinr t TiB-nFth: vitti,t
r. ,7 ' .. Ll'
irom j eioer retaining him, as eoiuieI-'i7-;-;,--r,
ia the eaeevflt is well to. pear In rndt"'- v ;'-" -r:r - V':
m um caec eu wen to pear in nunar
that the attorney reaeral, whose duty..
it is fa represent tna people in prose
cuting the Bonch people, adyiwd the
uokco attorney to aire away Xronrthe
government it chief , witness- against
the, Bowh company! The question
naturally, arises, what chance beve the
people to-' stop- or . prevent- 'frauds
against .their treasury so long, & a
weak president puU Vsuch , men as
Daugherty at the head of the depart
ment of jtisticef whone chief function
is to prosecute the looters of the pub
lic ' funds t r' ' ' i V-'.4"-- v .' 1 '. ;
n . -f., -i
' ' Chairmaa." Arthur B.' Rouse,' of the
Democratic congresionai ' committee,
ay: . ' - , '-' y-. ; ''.
' The ; great', millionaire RcpuMIcbn'
way and niisans committee 1 of.' the
hie la.'t Welncrlay' prcentcd i bill,
providing for tn extra collection din-1
tricts in tne United Bute. This bill
mrt with the unanimous onponitlon of
the Democrats and so many Kepubl-
li-Hrt mrmbcr opiw'ied th lerilti"n
1 : at the leailn : hip KBW if Vot wi-rv
t'4 i n it would be badly ' dfi-stM.
i : at lii!l U now t' -..'Jug In t
The K" -it iniI;ionnir
way Hint PifliiiO din n i' 'r -
'' i a till rv. i ':i.g
. t , , 1, to I ' ... a
A ' , .. a, i. i' h h '.''') r
KEL SHELLiAT CAMP
BRAGG. KUIS THREE
c'V' V-!-5 "i
A shrapnel projectile' fell -short
range at Camp Bragg h May 4,.kilU
ing four enliBted men, .and grounding
two men and an efficeiv' A sharp pro
jectile, Lwhich officer believe Waa -de-
Wood, of rSalishurr, C. Wi C. An
nonda: and George I Msuei
iana, r iiunoist m wpunota were
Capt, M. A. PawsonrSergeant Donnell
Smiths and Private mlaM-0It
pomted by the camp roimnlander to irt
yestigale and report, upon - the cause
of the disaster; -' - f-'
NEAR EAST BUNDLES SHORT
The bundles for the' Kear East'
s are coming, "but slowlyjih fact
more slowly "than ever before; 'It
was. the intention of the Commit--'
Vtee in charge to send the box of .
clothing away June first, '.but., the
box is not filled Randolph coun- '
ty has never failed when it- came"
f to charitable work, and this must '
. hot be the: exception; ) Farmers:
j are busy and are not coming to ',
; town often, it is true, but .-there
will ' heT some way to send- your
; bundle in. The people; of theS-
town as well as the eountry people,'
have, been careless. , Unless we ;
rouse Ourselves and do bur party
men, women and children, will die
in Armenia and Syria, this winter. '
in the tast .three months the pa
pers were full of "The Invasion of
the Turks. Some of our-' Near
; East workers were forced to flee.
People "cannot farm and produce A
clothing under these conditions.
We must help them until their
. government is reorganized.' Im
.' agine a. country without the pre-
tection-of any form of - govern--ment,
"without food, money or ".
. clothing, and. without places to , -
- work and earh a ' livelihood,, no
- matter how ambitious the people.
' 'The cause forf this? -They would"
not renouhw Christianity for Mo-;
hammedism. 'Let us as a county
do our part to help them on their
, . f eet.-SendJ your bundle e'f " cloth-,
ing to The Courier office at Ashe
boro this' week. . "
t. : . . . . - : r ,
- 'i pr5?SS' Soa
?y of hraond no
SlS'K n otnmlttee,; ha
completed aegotiaUoaa with southern
nt Iwr miW,-Members, of
amuated organitations. il be liven
the.lMflt of. the round'tritf to &ch-
W- JTRICT. VOTES BONO ISSUE
;f :: -h.i, 1 1 v1i;?jk-,.;v-jj-
Votem of the Lexington high school
aistnci made, bo off Lexington, Erlan
ger and:, aeverax . other suburb. Tues
day gaa a majority of over 600 -for
fZXo.WO pood Udua, .This will b spent
to take over partially i completed
bulldiail costing- about- $90,000, com-
Dlet it- and ret an anditArhim ami
gymnasium... Practically all. the votes'
cast were favorable' to the issue and
no. open opposition was manifested be
fore the. election -v - '',
th' heuse;.th2ft th Democrats . have
votes, the millionaire Republican eorfi-
mitcte managed to pan the bill by a
small majority of nine i vote. --."This
bill would have been defeated but for
H P.1y lth whlch w0B Erected from
me white House ::
. Th Ropablicans are fighting, among
themselve. .Bom Of th cabinet Of
fipor arft undar fire and we bow have
on 'of. the able and respectable Re-
r'lMIcun con(rrKman - thrtnlng to
l: tmppnrhment rharr h(rain(!t tlie
rhin"t officer who Ii th Strong arm
and rlo prsonnl adviser of.-th
prri lnt baf.iuo ha-refuM to proe
rulo r-rtain wai controctort,'. "'JyJ'
e '-""," ! ".."Y
V---v l.-rof wmil I Al' l.lnc!n hav
' ;t a ' l.iwjar in t!- thl-
t5 IN RIYER YESTERDAY
Sltnf ejuktwnM areei tAntra
? that Rnfas Stokes aad Bad White-
'; hed, two Ramseer boys, who were
fishing la the ' river . about i0
"j"cloek Wednesday afternoon were
" drowned. '. Stokes became tangled
; in the act und Whitehead wept to
rcwn! hath : r . ArmmrnA
i'Vn..- WiMI J w .1.
- II UHRKW IUC WD U(
Joe Whitehead. '"A full accsunt of
i HUND?vED DOLLARS
field, fGuilford'eoutttyi' May 29, when
the; rumor was confirmed that a young
man! about 25 year of age. had walk
ed into the local bank: and with drawn
gun-forced the two men employed
there to throw -Up their hands. Keep-
mg them covered, ne walked over to
the money drawer and pocketed $1,-
600.00, after which he made good his
Sheriff Btafford was immediately no-
Hfied, and he reached the place with a
number of policemen". within a few,
minutes, and a cordon-' of -men was
thrown1 around the feoods is which the
thiet disappeaied. However, no trace ,
of hfait was -discovered.
ATheins te the bank is fully covered
by insurance. -
BIG; CELEBRATION IN. WASH--ii'
INGTON MEMORIAL DAY
" Honoring the dead of , the nation
-i-Vast' .throngs of people gathered on
the?hores of the Potomac . nver at
Washinirton Tuesdav. MaV SOth. to
iuftveiKbe memorial-erected to Abra
ham V Lincoln. The memorial was
erected' at a cost of $3,000,000, the
movement having begun, in 1902.
This monument to Lincoln is a large
rectangular building of -white marble,
designedly Henry Bacon; a New York
arthitect Ifr hae a beautiful settmg to he built for a double track roadway The Jj-w g rt' f Dhvsician waa
on direct east and west line with the sixteen feet wide and 2$0 feet long ut cham who S aLd
Waiffington iiibnument and the na- across Little river was awarded, to JmJJSala-'
the level of, the parkv, is composed Atlanta, Ga., for $13,800. This com- spJtmen came frW some-patient in
of four principal- features-a statute pany was awarded the contract for the la8t stajfes of Bright-g m
of the man, a memorial of his Gettys- the steel structure on the new Jeffer- an Atlanta hospital or whether Morse
burg address, a memorial of his sec-'son Standard building in Greensboro, ha(j eaten a bar of castile soap to
ond inaugural address and a symbol, of which will cost two million dollars. produce it does not appear, but the
the union pf the states. f be & top goil road specimen convinced the surgeon gen-
The most important object in the buJlt to a maximum grade of about eral ot the army and his report with
men??Iiaw S r, .w? , Hg'd per cent and will be twenty-four thf Persuasive eloquence of Daugh
marble, by Daniel Chester French, f t . . ,w(llvB mi.oa : erty in turn convinced the attorney
New York sculptor, placed in the een-
tral hall where, by virtue ot its im
posing position' in the place of honor,
it predominates all else. The statute
is colossal in size and yet distinctively
entrance. Ldncuin h yjeityesuuFK u-
I dress is Sn the left wall and the ad-
, dress made by him at his second m-
augu ration on the right wall
Surrounding the- exterior of the
walls inclosing these memorials is a
: . i t : - n..M
at the time of Lincoln's death.
President Harding formally accept
ed the memorial for the people, draw
ing attention to the soldiers of the
blue and. gray who were present and
occupied seats of honor.
CALL MEETING SINGERS'
' UNION. FOURTH SUNDAY
All members ef the Singers' Union
are asked to meet ia special, session at
Pleasant Garden M. E. ehurch on the
fourth Sundar in Jons at 11 . a,, m.
"Britig your; "Croas and Resurrection In
Song aa.hat . wui Msuia nrtnctpai
book ased.-W' want to begin to get
touched up far th annual convention
in Septnobr.' W expect to: bav
quite lot of special music. tfuartotteaJ
etc vwe expect this to-be the .Mat
call meeting if nothing- happen that we
have ever held, and we urge every one
of bar ninrers,, who. possibiyaan. t
make 'an affort to be present ' " . S:
- We ask all singers who catt Vo bring
their .baskets along and ioio in a anion
Miinner, so that singers from, different
einner, so mat singers irom amereni ea-oy- inoae wno saw i. ine cniid
places can meet each other.' Servicauffid a cut on his head which was
ft-.. . ., 4.. .i . . .
begin-at 11-a. fn. sharp, and also at
2 clock promptry. ' ' '-'M'.i
j, A. L FENTRISS, I
,' ' T - Prefiiilent Singr)i. Uhlofu-r
Pleaiatit Garden; NA"' '
- jh : , - . ; i . ' i
SAL Rrrn run over bt car .h
V0U v EM BY. YOL'NG: CQOPp
Llit FrliUy evenlnf' wbea rttarnlng
from the hi eh school via at the court
heat Hal Kich was run ever end very
painfully injured by a Ford car driven
by it Clyde Cooper., r who. , ? lives
naar'Picrah.- A the young man and
a cUah mate heard tb car coming
they wa ked near tb curb a was
posfliblo, but those, who w th acci
dent, and lived near Ssidj ft larg car
going at a, very rapid pel passed
meeUiKr the Ford and It was Uiought.
bliruted th drives Mr. Rich suffered j
a -h o; n hotildr and-Jaw. wm as I
1 t minor ItijoHri.
He it at
fiiW! and lriiprovin.
n null unhurt, '.
. . . . , -
DR HUNTER URGES
PARENTS OF COUNTY T0
Because there has been an increase
in the number of deaths due to diph
theria within the last three years tVo notorious crooks and another, one
from 242 in 1919 to 286 in 1920 and of the crooks was in the Atlanta- pen
865 in 1921, an appeal is being sent itentiary. His name was Charles W.
out by the North Carolina State Board Morse and he had landed ther i for a
of Health to every physician in the fraudulent transaction in a ship deal,
state and to the mothers in many sec- Morse considered himsefr.too great a
tions, by letter end through the press, figure in big finance to have the pen
to' begin immediately to take steps to itentiary deprive the world of his val-
lower the death rate from diphtheria
and croup. , - I In Atlanta there dwelt at the time
. . t , , . Thos. B. Felder, by profession a law
There has been, a gradual increase , t,- ii ,).j '
lin the lumber Of deaths from diphthe-
it i x V H " W'T vu """J , j u 'naae " a special feature of his prac
the last few years, but that, should be tice t0 liberate men like Morse from
ifv pnyu:iii3 wju
public who have placed their state
irom one xiuu naa aDout tne nignest
death" raw from typhoid to the south ceiVed a plot to Uberate the latter,
to almost.ttie lowest. The plot was to have Morse fake a
The number of chUdren that will die lst stages of Bright's
from this disease in 1922 depends up- fJt get. an 0hJ.
onthe promptness of parent in call- Jj WJl aU ,wlthKsu.ffl
ing doctors in suspected cases of sore ln VndaV of Morse's broken
throat, the immediate administration t! Prison persuade President
of sufficient doses of antitoxin, the TV,?i, 1??m,A ,w
early reporting of cases and strict ob- tJtheilv e chose
servance of quarantine, . Se g0.11?"- DauKherty-
v muoiouu. Mr Harding's attorney general as one
However, the beat measure to eon- best fitted by nature and practice to
trol the disease i$ to give very child
between six months and six years then an eminent lawyer of Columbus,
three doses of toxin-antitoxin. As it was reported able to exercise an al
takes several months for the effects most magical influence over the presi
of this' treatment to be established, dent and the heads at the department
now is the time for the mothers and of justice. Felder engaged Daugh
doctors to act. erty on the statement that Morse had
DR. J. V. HUNTER, money and would pay well to be freed.
County Health Officer. I Daugherty went to see Morse who
' assured him and Felder that he would
NEW ROAD FROM TROY malce tnem rich if they could have him
TO PEKIN CONTRACTED l- Then DauSherty said to
Last week bidTlvere received for' nHJi! JJl
the building of the Troy-Pekin road. J& ?,ea8e and wlU wlthm
Five bids were received. Those bid-, wnL. i.'-, -, ' , ' '
ding were J. T. Plott, of Greensboro;' Morse,
w r. Mnio.a rm f . But yu don o bke one in the
" WfU wuijnuij ) Ul TV1 v
r - rni 1 1 -
aobiuwu, auu j v. nester, 01 weens-
boro. The contract was awarded to
W. G. Mulligan Co., of North fees-
boro for $29,600. The bridire liat is
The citizens of the Pekin district had only thirty days to live and should
will hail the day when this fine road be permitted to die in the bosom of
will be built. The roads in this di- his family. That is how Morse es
rection during the winter months have caped nearly seven years oi his ten
been impassable. The people have years' sentence in. the penitentiary,
been shut off from the county seat. But Morse is still with us and has'
The new road will make the distance continued the practice of his trade in
shorter between Troy and Pe-
TOM TUCKER UNDER BOND
FOR APPEARANCE AT COURT
A magistrates trial of unusual in
terest occurred at the court house
Wednesday morning when the case of
Tom Tucker was tried. The day be- and the attitude of Mr. Daugherty -to-fore
as the Greensboro-Asheboro jit- wards that connection that now threat
ney was nearing Ashebwro Mr. Tucker ens to bring scandal upon the Hard
was driving his team ot two mules inK administration,
when the jitney driver blew for him Senator Caraway,' of Arkansas,
to give the road. It is alleged that charged upon the senate floor that Mr.
he refused and an argument followed, Daugherty had accepted a fee of $6,
Tucker then drew his gun. The case 000 from Morse to get him out of the
was bound over to court and Tucker penitentiary on the faked evidence
put under-alllOO bond. Tom Tucker, that he Was dying of Bright's disease,
is a former resident oMhe town and Mr. Daugherty promptly denied
lived here for many yars. For the through his friend, Senator Watson,
naxt uti op elsrht v.irs he haa tm. vailed of Indiana, that he had ever received
and been in the moving picture basi-
LITTLE SON OF ERNEST -
KEARNS RUN OVER HERE
Tn little aoa of Mr. Ernest Reams,
of Aheboro rente X was hurt by a
car whil ih Aaheboro Saturday with
hia father. Th.. child was croMing
uepoi, swec Douna ror tne etoce to
buy candy when two cars passed. He
far front f the ethet. It seemed that
we.aoewent was vaavoidable, as aut-
dressed end he was- able to return
his horn later ia the afternoon.
NEW. BRInr.K PLANNED -
- :IX)R THE YADKIN RIVER ? u Md Dwfb-
. . ... . .,rtv. has bwomt ana irf th arvaataat
Z Th Staie" Highway Wmissioa 'has
Stak Highway Commisaioa has
wid-th building of a doubl
concrete bridge ever the- Yad-
mu hear Spencer, and that the
ir wii be completed as soon as
e.-v,,,, ..- .'. ; r -'...'s1 1 -
aDoouiiced the fbuildiag ot a doubl
Th eentract would have been let .'Arter having been found Saturday';
long age but fo the request f the night at about 9:30 lying in a pool .
Tallasae Power Company to build an- of blood on the. road a short distance
other huge dam below Spencer on th' froru . hi home, Everett ; Hatch, 24 Vv
Yadkin; which, it ! said, will back Vears ld. died May !)'ia a lUletgh
water over th -level of the original hospital .from a fttidtired skull. H
plan for th ,hv bridge,; and thta
'company ha bow agreed to pay -the
difference necessary to raise th oridg
flv feet higher, at a cost ef $40,000.
spncer cit teens are .very muca in
earneat- In urjring the "tariy mmple-
tion of the .ntW lUueture, which; i
orely tlreded. ;.,.,; ;,... ,
BECOMES A GRAVE UA-
BIUTY TO PRESIDENT
(By David F. St Clair)
Washington, May 80. There
uable services for a decade.
gre'at yaJue the countrJr and who
prison. That was more than ten years
PJt the plot across. Mr. Daugherty,
la8t staBes of Brighfs disease, your
skin not yeliowBnor is ; esh
flabby," said Daugherty.
,.That maVpa ,t noi.aarv
..irK; tLT th. ZZ't
lLV01 m charBe of the pem-
general and the president that Morse
criminal finance for which he must
again under indictment face another
jury. And by the strange whirligig
of time the man who got Morse out
of the penitentiary may put him back
there it' he goes back .
It is the connection o fHon. Harry
M. Daugherty, attorney general of the
United States, with the Morse scandal
cent from Mors for any such pur
pose, senator Varaway in turn read
into the Record a photostatic copy of
aJle.ttr.fnimv M ?auRhrty cklowl-
Jjf jjj Jorstf " '.
. rthM1 thJf vw?i" -
erc eonttr, r thu
n ; WSLt m w XhnU :
rL "intrr! J
r" nlT- 3,;"k. , 7' .
f? SHV ,th!f
h thousht fT1.tori
--v aM VI'V .m V va WaWV elVIM
--ry ;r. tt .
By this" confeesion it, ia now ' aad"i 'X-
- :r v .
2.L .wW2Tl!Sri Wn,7 m,,rt ?
realm from tna Havvtln klnAf ...
brlng Scandal upon th adminiitratlan., I ' ,
The president ia personallv more In- ;
' .kfi . LI. . - 1
" wrny genera, man ie i
lb tItVaI1nt Vsi
i?,.fS:i" . wt'lJ't .'ha
bem itm '
, 1 i.-" -. . . , r . ' ; ,
J '.i-' Left Oa Ro4 By Dth Can ',.'' ' t
.;tha.ar president ever had lir , ;
2i,?Trf-Ti "ot "
tinea' was. also, hrokea.. It U thug.'t
L'at th' -Jung nu , ilpptMr:f ih
rod .and . was struck -by a spMdlng
automobll which did not stop to s-
certain th extctii of Ms injuria.
.County offiVra are Investirntinit the
rn, , lherc KotiUVi I no fi-nc
ot flI play. ' .
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