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PHINOTJLES, KOT MEN
flOO A YEAR m ADVANCU
Ashebore, North Carolina, Tkarsday, September 15, 1122
CONE RIDGE IMPROVING
w i .FROM LIGHTNING STROKE
, Mr. Cone Ridge, 'ef thi place,
' recovering severe (stock from
lightning duringthe heavy-- electrical
storm this week. Mr. Ridge is brake
man -en the Southern railway between
Aaheboro and High Point ane was at
his work.in-Randleman, eight miles
north of Asheboro when Je -was
. While uncoupling some box
n during the. electric storm nisi
! . . : .i i i u i
hand restea on iron oar, uu wu
kn Hi vi burned, from the electricity.
Mr. Eidsre a knocked ' unconscious
mi was unable to speak for t aevra)
days, , suffered V much pain,' .- -.He
is recovering now. ana. is note . to
talk- and recortise people, and was
. hnmofct to his home here yesterday.
' ----W I , . t
2e was taxen W a no roe in suuuMeman
mmndiatelT afterwards end ' physi
cians called, who stated t that he must
remain quiet, ior sonjeaaya," sir,
pmm la the oldeaUson of Mr. X 8.
Ridge, of Asheboro, and has many
friends in ' the town and county as
well as in. this part of the .state who
will be interested . n wsreeoTery. ?
fEIDAY AND SATURbAT CLEAN
an's Qub together with the mayor of
the town have announcedv Friday and
Saturday of this week aa "clean up
fnv.tha Mitira' town, a .The Peo
ple in every section are nrged to look
Well lulO Uleir uaca yarua uiu rauwt
all the trash that has accumulated,
place it into m sack. or?box end put
it on the street n front of the houBe
for the town waaron- which will-all
from Friday at noon until Saturday
aiternoon,7irne dwuicbb yu
pecially urged : to t clean the spci
around their buUdJugsThis ls much
needed improvement in many sections.'
not only for the"! beautification but
from the standpoint of .health. 'Next
week is fair week for ,the town and
people from all sections of the county
as well as people, from away will be
coming (to Asheboro at this time and
it. hnhnAvea the residents to present
clean streets and. premises, thus mak
ing our town appearrwell, Dont. for-'
get the 'wagon will start Friday at
noon and will collect rubbish, through
Saturday. .-o f
EANV, COUNTY .
- Asheboro. eoflS." 1922. 1
V 1 am advised. thaV li story is being
circulated throughoutv4Me counts to
the effect that the1 Democratic execo-
ue commiuee, : oc na vcnairman ae
elined and refused, after havine been
Invited, to participate in a Joint can-
vase ex me county .with the Republi
can candidates on the county ticket '
I declare such a story to he wholly
untrue and without the slightest foun
dation of fact to warrant its 'circula
tion. ; In confirmation of this denial J
herewith, submit.- to the intelligent
reader certain correspondence touch
ing, the Democratic desire srforr just
such a campaign. 'The, following' let
ter explains itjself ; ' . , s
J; .Asheboro, N. C; August lOi 1922,
Mr. C N Cox, Chairman v .
IPAMittlf jent Fveeiifiv Ci in mitf t ill
MvwuvttveMt sjiTrnei t whmimvvv
Asheboro, N.O,. t -y-y
Dear Sir: - '
f I am requested by the Democratic
County Executive Committee- of Ran
dolph county and the nominees 4f the
Democratic "yorty to request a JointJ
dUcusslon of the political issues to all
the townships or - precincts in- this
eountv si such times and places ? as
i r 1 .
may be agreed upon, or to pe oewg-
natea oy you.--". " . r
7 - il. 'Respectfully, i
. ..CTac. CRANFORD. Chairman,
Democratic Executive Committee
for Randolph .County, n ; ' ' ,-,
. '(Letter Nfc- 2.) '.
Headquarters Democratic County
-..- Executive .Committee .
'Asheboro, N.' Ci, Sept. 8, 1922.
jur. ujuvni xy..ujl, vtcw&Auu. k,.
Republican County Executive Commit-
' .tee, for Kandoipn AJounty,
Asheboro, N. C TT, , ;
Dear Sir: W,'!' r -
- I emote: below, the matter contained
in m letter -Addressed to you, asdChair-,
man of the County Republican Execu
tive Committee, for Randolph County,
under date of Ausrust iut itoz, maiiea
upon that date in the Afiheboro post
office.' to" which it.. havev-received
reply. jThe. said letter read as fol
lows: , jr ' : i
il am requested by the Democratic
BigRaiidolph Coiinty Fair ; ' !
Before another issue of The ConrUr nman th annuo! nnnJnTnlt f1nntv
Fair will be in Prorress. : Th oneninil' date in fientemlw. 90 mnA fk rlnainv
date September 23..v The program, giving1 information in detail as to exhibits,
premiums, etc, nas oeen out lor some time and no doubt a majority of our
readers have it Every "citizen intorested in his county's welfare end prog
ress mnomq siuay mis program earenwy. . lie-wiu and . that, this year, the
fair 1s to be conducted on a large scale, and that ample prevision has been
made to care for the crowds and. to make- the inducement mvh k ta render
it weU worth the time of every man, woman and child in the county to at
tend. Last year the. fair waa '' success, as tn-ervhm'v trnowa ' rloanit th
short time to lay plans and to get out a workable program. This year these
oosoMoea nave, oeen eiumnatea; rmany of our substantial and public-spirited
citSsens have become interested, and the enterprise-is destined to be the
most saauaciory m we justory of JCandoiph county.: .. , ; ;
f From .presentj indications A) recprabrfsJunapdnnce'Confldentl ex
pected. y.-:J.',-tiiri .ii-v v.W;. " .i, u -. -t ' ,
y-Tha large Plant north Of town, which was durinv th naat few weeln been
Inspected by hundreds, is especially, adapted to the purpose it is intended
to serve. Substantial buildings, .erected with a view to 'utility "and perma
nence, will cover exhibits this year. The -location is convenient and in everv
Irespect desirable. 'Good order is to be maintained throughout and women
uu couuren ; wiuiouw w eecon may jeei assurea pi, Vffiry protecuonv ,it is
Sum- w iVT i fiiesunuioie . vaiue w our wooie county. . Ana -reany uus
I the rockbottom Purpose of holding a fair dvrtiainii. It im a. eommunitv
'aim ana, en on to sncryjres people now much they -amount to and to prove to
RIIdV C BBOWER; AGE0'
, CITIZEN OF LIBERTY DEAD
' ' MrV Rudy C. Brower, aged $47 died
at a-hospital in Creensboro last .Sjur-
t day.-vHe was carried to the .hospital
August 81,. for an .'operation from
Jwhich he did not recover. His pody
vasUutea to juiceity ior iui. -
t Mr Brewers wife died two morons
ago. ' They had ljved together for 67
years.r Mr.' Brower leaves as nearest
relatives ; seven f Hieees.nd seven
nephews, as follows: v Mrs.-: Roby
Swaim,' A. M. Bury, Aljce Kivett,
Lydia Butler, Of Liberty, and Mrs. H.
L. Mitchner, J. W. Pugh, NrM. Gree
son. of Climax: nephews. J. R. Kirk-
man, H. F. Kirkman, ef LibertytBob-
bie, Fletcher, Logan and KobertBrow
er, and William Staley, of -Climax.
The funeral eerviees were held- 'at
Melanchton Lutheran church; Tuesday
morning at 11 ' o'clock by Rev. D. L.
Off man and Revv B. Barringer. v r'
MRS. HARDING IMPROVED i '"
AFTER CRITICAL ILLNESS
Although her oonditiln is still con
sidered very grave, Mrs. Warren' G.
Hardins is imorovinsi at - the 'White
House after a week's serious illnesv.
Dr. Charles Mayo, of Rochester Minn,
is still in attendance, although Jie is
expecting to leave very soon for his
home. v Dr. Finney, of Baltimore, as
well as: Dr. -Harding, brother . of the
president, are all in attendance. ' and
nave agreed upon the gravity-of her
condition.' -The president has beenja
ronstant attendance In the sick room
until the last two day! when he left
at the request of Mrs. Harding her
self. It is thought now that.', unless
there is a relapse, on operation "will
ba unnecessary. .She is, suffering from
KHineytrouDie. ' ssrs. narmng; , r-
Sreased her opinion- as to her condi
on and said Tuesday she expected'
to get weU. The president la' also
hopeful of her recovery although the
doctors say her . condition , is still
criticaL , . V 'J , ;
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION
TO BE HELD OCT. lAT LIBERTY
r The United SUtes dvil service com
mission has announced an examination
to be held at Liberty, N. G, on Octo
ber 13, to fill the position of rural car
rier at Liberty. V ,
; Both men nj women. If qualified,
may enter tl,! ernn.inr.tinn, the com
mission ' ', ...,. n not be
ennstdcrrd "for rural carrier appoint
ment ii i' i t'.ry are the wi.lows of
U. 8. ! ...-ra, t . ' ,r, or mar' or
the v.-' . cf U. I'. f ' ' r". 'or, orJ
Warii.i U j ,y ...;y i-.!ui-fed
fur f ! f'lion 17 re!"'n ( in
juries T , I i 1 t 9 1 J ( i T ' lS
duty. J i 1, , sn'.. '
blanks t :.;! ' I froi'i tle of
fice I"' I ir f.'.-n t:.(?
Unite 1 : , . ' 9 C.inmU-
slon i" '. ,. .'. ' - :v
tlons fc . ' i t ' i to t f -
rt. In' ' i ; i tt tl.9 t - i t
County , Executive Committee, 'for
Randolph - County , and by. the notni
nees ox me fiemocrauy. mrw
au'est attaint discussion of the politj-
caI issues in alt the townships or-pre-
nlneta In thin countv at such times and
places as; may be agreed upon, or Jo
be designated by you.T w . '
. ; .While .the possibilities, or rather
the probabilities, of miscarriage of
tins -letter are emai
benefit of. a doubt'
iiian charfc.e' you with deliuer
ate discourtesy-, 1 -
VI' am Bendinsr this letter under rer-
MILLS AND FACTORIES ASKED '
TO CLOSE ONE DAY FOR FAIR
- . .. . ' . i i v .' -''
All mills and manufactyring estab
lishments are asked to close one day
or more to give everybody a vacation.
All stockholders must pay their last
half of the share in order 'to get their
pass. Money must be in and 'certifi
cates issued not later than the 20.
SCHOOL BUILDINGS -r
' INADEQUATE FOIl
BICEKROLUIENT The Asheboro white ' and colored ,
schools began their fall terms - on '
Ne more shares will be sold after that' Tuesday or last week and Monday of"
this respeetively 'with Very large en-
Herford eattle ham been added to the I roilmenta. It was thought hv tM aii-
1ist of livestock prises. Items" ' to mmistration that they would be crowd- '-
9 inclusive, page 21 ef the catalogue, ed, Du4 tner are even more pupils en-
outmders that, this isa: mighty good ounty, to live rnX. prosperous, pro-
f rcwuvv cuunvy man neigaooriy peor :
ir heart-on having regular
en and, had sweetheart;
1 t-hem. It is going to be
-1 scA. most cordial
- "Vlt is to be
So doll up in your srayest draoerv
picnic this year just like the yea"
wnen you had tintype pictures nv
an occasion you under no circuf
iwelcoma'awaitf one and all.. Conw.
yu stated, the opemng day wui oe-
known asyEducational Day," and every -Sv
ujna in a pouy. rwiwi ciuiurem irvin v wiv v1 1
f A leadmg evenv of opening day will be a military v. '
around the grounds, which will prove of special interest m,
as older people. - - '-,
Thursday, the 21, is veryoodys uay,v anq. a large: attenoai
nated. The administration is sparing nd pains to make the y
-l le i.
the word sheaf has been canceledand
the peck ef wheat, oats, and rye will
be sufficient .
' Bring all exhibits xcept livestock
any tune as the booths are ready now
and be on time and get your exhibits
in place now.
OFFICERS GUARD WHILE '
ENGINE IS BEING REPAIRED
, While repairing an engine en the
Seaboard Air line at Hoffman, Sep
temper 12, state ; and f edral officers
guarded tne meenanics. l xnis ...was
done merely, as a' precaution, in view
of the presence of several hundred
machinists on strike. It was feared
that there might be a, repetition of
the Manly occurrence, when- a dozen
or so striken, or strike sympathizers,
overpowered two guards and beat up
the non-union workmen who were re
pairing an engine.
t and ir
cess: all classes, especially farmers, will find muchto rn?
It is sure to be a great day. , . - !.?"; .
1 au. .jii.y, is 1.1 i .e, i
.on on this cby.
ouner t' ut rzvn entnusiasm
.onderl'L.i exhibits are coming
jiesome entertainments on, no
Lament for all arho come, whether
ever witnessed. Mr. Wl W; Linley, a recof"
this alone guarantees the success of ..the
The secretary, Mr. W. ,C York, esmn . ?
U being manifested oyer the coonv 1
in from every quarter. ,'. ,r :..
ine amusement leaiure nas not: en i
been exercised to provide attractive r i
nmnll acalfr. and there will not, be aid, ;
v . THE BUILDINGS AND EXHIBITS . ..
The Ijufldings are presenting a" real fair appearance now that "they .are be
inir decorated bv Mr. Renner. a special decorator from Winston-Salem.i The
main exhibit building is 1180x50 feet hd 'is .it are the booths for .flowers,
nMitrt: field Wons. : art horticulture'...': fancy, work. . educationaL bee and
hAtiffv. xriih Klnt Representative Sams directing; and sheep husbandry, un-
A laive mimW of the business people also have booths in which excellent
sdisplays'may be seen. Probably one. of the lnost interesting will be that of
jfldio bv Kivett Electric Co. The colored people of the county will also . have
a, or. scarriagew i- . to.make exhibits and in the s H.theast corner is a ladies,.rest
smallI-give yoW'room. ' ' 1 ' i -ii-. -; - v-iv-.-- r..-J
jubt-Bs'tQ itSu Jerpt" i,, ,j have exhibits of different
automobiles- and, 'machinery' exhibits, from every .industry are also requested
for tills building. Randolph county people will be surprised to know hdw
.. , .Tj'ir - Iw .U FiuA mill liul forthrv
many Kinas or. inausines men bio ui, vu,
' Death of Moses N. Morgan.
rNwi Nathaniel Morgan, son of
rtd Martha Morgan, was born
; ,T862, and died September
. i years II months.
, converted in early life and
II J .1 u ... w, t
limb cuuiui ui riiiev uruvcj
re A lived until he moved to
,-ili jra-few years ago,
: Hewas married in 1892 to Flora
Bingham, and to them were born nine
Children. One died in infancy and the
Others with his, wife jrre' still living.
They are Walter and Thomas Morgan,
of High Point, and., Percy, Edward,
Mabel, Jla, Ocia, and Sue, of Farmer.
He leaves beside his .wrfe and chu
dren, tvo brothers, Joshua Morgan, of '
Jackson' Creek, and Noah Morgan, of
Handy, and one sitter,, , Mrs,, , Eliza
Tysinger, of Jackson's CJreek.,
rolled thani those in chanre ' thourht
there would ber In the white elemen- "
tary and -high schools the following
numbers have enrolled in the respect- .
ive grades: . . .
first. 188: second. 108: third. 95:
fourth, 65: fifth, 6: sixth. 66: sev
enth, 62; eighth, 63; ninth, 84;. tenth.
zz; eleventh, i. .
t Tne total " thus 712 now, and we
know, of many more whd are vet , to
enroll.. There is every indication that
the enrollment in the white schools
will exceed 800 . before the year is
over. .It will be noticed that there
are now 138 in the first grade,, two
more man tne total enrollment during
all of last year. The greatest conges
tion exists in the first, second, third
and seventh grades. , Measures are
now being taken to relieve 'the pres
sure' in these grades. We are havinsr
to move desks from one room to an-
uuier in oruer 10 provide tne necessary
seating capacity for some of the
grades. At the present time all pu
pils are being taken care pf in a fash
ionnot adequately with the excep
tion bf about 45 in the first grade. A
isterea man, wvoia any pwauwuf Lhnuia send exhibits , - .
2 ntiUsei space m stalb numbering 40 for
construction of your attitude er inten
tions wfth respect to' my request of
August 10th, for a joint canvass of the
county, -and 1 herewith respecuuuy re
quest an answer to' that letter.
. ' j-vr- : Respectfully, ; ''
V C. C. CRANFORD, Chairman
' Executive Committee Democratic
Party for Randolph- County.
It will be observed that my first
letter, dated August : 10, 1922, ad
dressed to -Mr. U N, U'ox, wnairman
Republicah Executive Committee,, in
vited joint canvass. This letter re
mained unanswered up to the 9th day
cf September, 1922, almost a month.
In thenieantimc the untrue story,' to
which reference is made abpve, was
being circulated. I do not charge that
the said untrue story originated with
the Republican Executive ' Committee
or its' Chairman but leave the reaper
to draw his own conclusions from the
circumstances, the - conditions, sur?
roundingvthe situation.' ' vv . ) ' ' .
My second letter to Mr. Cox; Chair
man of the-County . Republican Execu
tive Committee wax sent under regis
tered mail, article No. ISO, dated bep
tmW 0, 1922. and Fhold the postal
receipt,- signed Iby Mr. Cox on the
same date, showing delivery Into his
hands, but I am ret without any ans
wer to my second request for, Joint
canvass, but the untruthful story con
tinues -its course. : -i ,': ; -iv,' V1
. it la to be seen whether the serious,
hM minded people of Randolph
countyj will submit without resentment
to such trifling ana oiscourwy m
matter of important interest to every
Evf rjr mill and factory
Death of Mrs. A. J. Rush.
..Suriam Martitia Rush was! born
October 6. 1842,. and died September
6, 1922, aged 79 years and 11 months.
i5he was the daughter pt warren
and Miriam .Lewis, and. was married
small room is being built on the cam
pus to provide for these. It is hoped
inat tnis room will be ready for oc
cupancy by Monday of next week, al
though this is not at all certain. We
expect to take all the children as soon
as possible. . - j-,, ,..
It seems to those who are on the
scene and know the actual conditions,
that Asheboro is facing a serious prob-
lem in the matter of . educating .its
Asneooro could provide for their chuV,
dfen-'ae well as other towns ipani' ,
Burely the actual conditions are no
fully; realized. Is it possible that the
people of Asheboro feel that thejr
children are lesj worthy of the best
educsftional advantages than those in
other places even near, us? Such
surely can not be the case., ' What then
is the trouble ? An attempt to answer
this question wiu be made next week.
In the meantime) parents, ' begin , to
give the question your careful consid-
anA Ahm. oa-h nuuvK mha ontfn mtsicV will be riven a pass in order
o' personally see after his stock but -a caretaker will be there to feed and
- it a v,..i Ka t,mvi, ninnv A VinilrHno- 2178 has been erected
for the hairv and feathery tribes. There are 104 chicken coops and 62 dog .life and
tkennels and a splendid display of both is expected.
.mpie provision na oeen maae ior uugs m uic uuuuiuj u r-""
Billy Clark's shows asks for 400x300 feet ot Bpace. They will arrive at
ouif p. m. Sunday.' They have been at Greensboro for two fairs and wintered
there year before last. Among tne attractions are wuj new wra. .
PftvUnv grounds have been Isecured opposite the fair grounds and will be
.under the direction of Britt Arinfield and Elmer Sykes. Cars will be under
.police protection.. tl.. i.
- The fair is aesuneaio serve an mvaiuauie nurwoo m uu.un u f
toirether: thus may' we become better acquainted, and thereby promote more
voordial 4ind neighborly relations; and thus may we become more loyal and
l . ' .. . . . i i i t .t. .hu it.. van-Musi Anw nwiaf
enthusiastic eiuzens oy oenoiaing wnn our own coj un hk1"" "
county is nialdng along almost every line of human activity.
after the "marriage, .-j&.y
: She was married September 28, 180b
to Alson J. Rush. To this union two
children were born, one of whom, Ef
fie. died at the age of twelve. The
other, J. Warren Rush, with her hus
band survives. .
Rush was converted in early
united with the church at
one ; OA, WO : wioiixvuvratn WW", ,j. . pywoTn
e ia bh Ma ioh. vsniflf hf nM; ta
anticipate fairly accurately Under nor
mat conditions the approximate num
ber that will be in attendance in the
different grades the following fall
after school closes in the spring. A
careful study was made by your su
perintendent, and teachers -last spring
regarding the number of pupils that
would in all probability be enrolled in
the different grades. The conclusion
nnorins- Mrs. Sidney Robins,
Ann -Arbor,; Mich.,, Mrs. John Ander
son, of Greensboro,- and Miss Avent,
guest of Mrs. Sulon B. Stedman, a de
lightful party Was given Friday after
noon at the home .of Mrs. K. Alexan
der with . Mrs. Alexander and Mrs: W.J barked by the side of the First Na-
Accident on Fayetteville Street.
An accident occurred In. Asheboro
Wednesday -about noon near the cor
ner of Depot and Fayetteville streets,
that did considerable damage but no
one was injured. The Ford sedan be
longing to, Mr. E. G. Morris which was
r'armer, ana nas oeen a iaiiniui mem- wag reached that an extra teacher
ber ever since. During her life of I wou,d at the beginning of
almost fourscore years she has served thia m the fir8t and gecond
her Master humbly and truly, giving i des respectively. This judgment
her best to those of her own home,
doing the duty that lay nearest cheer
fully and lovingly. Duty never called
her to serve in any public capacity,
but the service was none the less no
ble fcecause it was given to her home
and her neighbors.
was incorporated in the May budget.
It was presented to the proper au
thorities and was cut down. The su
perintendent tried to make those who
had the power to show the budget see
the absolute necessity ofjw4roviding
these extra teachers. Un the basis ot
voter,, (men and women,) of the conn-
a , . - -t ' $ '-f
tX-' Resnectfulry, i''';"
CJ VI CRANFORD. Chairman, ,
Democratic Executive Committee
for Randolph County...,,.
STATE SANITART INSPECTOR
Mr. E. P. Carruthers, representative
of the Bute Board ef Health, has ar
rived in Asheboro and is looking
after sanitary conditions In the town.
Mr. Carmthers ssys that Asheboro
has mSiiS as miich if not more prg
repa in.itrrU and improvemenU as
any toi, of its si7.e, in the state, and
that ssnitary eonditionl are far abovs
the svf-sri. ' ' ' ' ' '
Mr. Crru'J;ers will be in the rminty
for some time end study conditions,
making a rrPrt "f !"T,', ' ,
A. Coffin hostesses. After greetings
by the hostesses and ' honorees the
guests ioundxneur maces at uu wem
vlhich were arranged for rook, by
means of attractive place cards orna
mented Arith pink and lavender alters.
Soon, after they were .seated, 'no
apple ice -i was passed. . The games
were then enjoyed ' through sev
eral progressions. Later in the after
noon a congealed salad with eesoiu
lea was served, "One of tne singing
features of the occasion was the lovely
garden flowers the; were used la pro
fusion throughout the d entertainment
rooms, making a eharmlng setting for
the party. About forty, guests en
joyed this pleasant occasion. . ..
' V Miscellaneous Shower. w-".
: Ulaa Ruth lladley rave 4 miecellanr
Inna ahnwer Monday afternoon for.
HiftS IJaxel t'erree, an juctooer oooe e. McCsndlo, of Washington. D.
of the town. After enjoying progree- and W. F. McCandless. of Wadesboro;
Uive putties for an hour or more, Miss by twe dahKiitera, Mrs. E, A. Hhl-
Nan Lewis wss deciarea pnte winner jtu, of Kin import, Tenn .ana Mrs.
and received a dainty ,, vanity ' ase Kate Norment, of Trinity, and by
The gueats were then Invited to the three sisters, Mrs. Jane Elliott and
dining room where piled on the table trs. AuguaU l'ennlngton, of Thomas
were the gifts for the honoree. Later, vine; and, Mm. Cornelia , Iiarver, of
In the afternoon, asaorted sandwicnes i Iileomington, 111.
and iced tea were served.
tionalJBank was run into by a large
truck belonging' tc Hunt . Bros., of
Greensboro.. It is said the brakes on
the truck would not act is the reason
for the accident. The sedan was right
badly damaged, having one wheel com
pletely torn up as well as other dam
v. .. ,. i.
. Desth.eT Mrs. MeCandlesev
' The many friends and acquaintances
in thia part of the state will . learn
with regret of the death of Mr. Joype
Ann McCandleas - at her v home , at
Trinity Monday. Mrs. McCandleis was
the 'widow of the late Dr. A- L. Mo
Candleev and was in her1 77th year.
Her death followed an extended ill
ness. The funeral service was held at
the home, after which interment fol
lowed in the Tbomasville cemetery.
She is survived by two sons, Charles
. . . , UICOO CAV(a vCSA.stao vaa va vwoab
A few years asro when death cameiA. A,MMknA A;ur fQ we
to her home and left her nwtherless entitled to even more than two teaeln
grandchildren in her care, she wy j erg above the number used last year.
J1.,' n!ld, Carieli !Yet only twb extra teachers were par-
cheerfully, looking to God .for strength. ttcu agked for and refused.
Not long ago she told a neighbor i . The .uperintendent feels that the
that she tned daily to say v nothing pubUc denumdg m Wm guch informa
that would harm anyone. Uon from year to year as wiU be
N Her husband, her son and her grand- neeied u administer the srhools fair
children wiU feel most acutely the intelligently at least. Had your
.sorrow her death causes, but many:itat-dent,I recommendatitTns
more distant relatives, and a nost ox uR and acted upon, last
friends share in their gnef. . spring, the extra room for your chil
In theNouiet passingof this one dreB ould hav, provided dur
whom we Rave known for so long, we,. thm mmmt,r -.j thev would now
be in school where they have every
right to be instead of losing precious
are reminded of the poem:
At ' Ashebere M. P. Chvrch.
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it Mornvbn 1
1' t " k, I'fir-.'r i 1
! t -mm ) -rn i i :
I at his home
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.Monday Hrenlat CHjb Enlertslned.
, Tbe Monday l.vening club wss en
tertnined in a moat delightful manner
by Mr. and Mrs. lUnry Ingram at
their lovely t ew home on SunaeV'ave
Hun. Only club mrmlKTS wre pros
JUney Lines front Aabebore,
" Since a number , of trains have been
taken off hew Jitney line have been
establiahed whi h are. grtatly accom-
modatlns; the public , ':
Tlie-v, line r-'-twwn 1 Aberdeen and
Asheboro oriat,l by Mr. O. W. Rich,
end t o tamos wore playd st two leaves AbrrWn at 7:45 S, m. and ar-
inl.Va. A'ri the cards more oiled-1 rives In Aahi ro st 11 a. rn. In Ume
I t ho t-nii acrvod prwK!il chicken,' fr norUiboini
AfiiclMire st .
ribn for tri,
After an absence of two Sundays in
evangelistic week in the eastern part
of the state the pastor of the 'Ashe
boro Methodist Protestant church will
be back on the Job next Sunday. He
hopes that the church has enjoyed his
absence (Tf; That is, bet means to
say he hopes the church has enjoyed
the visiting ministers who have sup-i
plied for him in his absence.
Civerypooy is nnno to. m wmtoi
servicee. Subject ' Sunday morning,
"How to Save Society From . Moral
Decay." r The presence and . prayers
and eo-operation of the memWre are
earnestly solicited... May tne revival
meetinr that serins the third Sunday
In October be much ea yeer mini and
heart between bow and that time.' A
good revival at the Aihebtro Metho
dist Protestant church will be a blow
ing, to Asheboro. All Ckriatlaiu are
therefore asked to. pray foe our te
Lv W. CXRRINGER, Pastor.
two kln.lt ut andicli-a, kM lea and
sr north an. I
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rnnnpctlona. it waves
15 jind errivps In Ab
. nunilx-r 2 end 3 fo-
h rvf f f-ahoftrd.
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Mr. William Farfow and Miss Ella
Male Bulla were tnarrled Tuesday,
September 5, at the hofe of the bride.
It wss a very quiet wedding ami the
hsppy couple left Immediately for the
western part of the state, 'where they
spent a lew days. A home-coming
was given for them on the following
Sunday at the home of hev grooms
parrots. , i
Mm. Faring I the highly Sfcnm-
1i ) r, ilrpii'htnr of Pr. and Mr. J. I).
I ,:U, f,f 'I unity route J; Mr. 1'arlow
: i a : t i , , i - r r n n v ' i )
time. It is hoped that the public will
hot blame the - superintendent for
something wtych he tried his best to
avoid and was helpless, because of
circumstances, to avoid.
His sympathies are with the chil
dren and their rights.
SCHOOL CHILDREN ADMITTED
IN FAIR ' GROUNDS FREE
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Te the People of Randolph County:
On Wednesday, September 0 the ,
Randolph County Fair will open and .
I wish to state that mil school ' ittb- " . '
Jecte between the agee ef six and six -."
teen inclusive will be Admitted to the i ?.-,
fair grounds free, : : ' . (
It doea viot make' any" 1 difference
whether the school In the district ln ' .r
Which you live has begun or not, ehll- , '
dren-will be admitted free. This of- -for
will hot apply any otheri day ex-
oept . on Wednesday. ; .' .' ' ; ;,-, , -;
It Is hoped that every boy end girl
in Randolph of -school age will Uke
advantage of the free.. admission oa
Wednesday..,-, . . .
T. FLETCHER BULLA,
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: County Superintendent of Schools,
FRANXUNVILl.E Hicn KCnoOL
OI EN5 WITH LAUGE NLMliKR
Franklinvllle high school opened lta
fall term Monday with an enrollment
of 270 pupm, 84 W the hih school,
2.'ifl In the firmonlary prn.i.. Thpio
will be Othera to entf-r lutrr. Thia is
:;0 more ptij.ils r.r.!lo, fhan in t!.
history rf o p.) ,..t. 1 !, '
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