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i PKIWOPLES, NOT IIEN? r v
y 12.00 A YllAU IN AD VANQ
AshUre, North Carcttaa. Theredayi Msvrmber t, 153
The regular term! of October enml
.i convened Mondays with
At meeting ef k Miibzhway eom-
niu . mwi w "r -- - - r .
Jud T. B. FirJey, of Norm. Wfllft-GnllfoM county tbsr firev X the week,
boro presidio. end; Solicitor HaydenIt wu decided to hard V Naee 1 hc
aement, of Salisbury -representing '-spur connection Mtween tb Ptensunt
the state. ;Thir i .the first tempfl Garden and,, proposed state .road to
court; under the mw, law, i ilowinRaplleman and to. fop soil two miles
i oinh -eoimtv to nave five terms'! of the old Beasajit Gankm -road rua-
duriag th War. ..-s ?r Uning eiong the Railroad tratvTbjs
i.uto Fhilev has been in ltaadolpb agreement was rcaohed by the- 1nint
.1 J v n4. . V,. . 1- :T .
county naiore iiwnj w nuiw. wt pjnuw ncaaiDa. at
EFFORTS TO SECURE COtf WANCE OF JOINT- v .
v : DEBATES.'WFH 1HE REFl'SliCAN CANDIDATES
A 'report widely circulated by Ee , night ef Friday, Norember reepect
poblkans to the effect that tha Demo- irelrv each ateetinc to iesin at' 7:30
eratic eandidatee - -hare ' been driven Vdock. and 1 hereby invite vou and
0 from tha tora'p, following the meeting lr. J. Ed pence, candidates of the
poeionea at tianaiennan on account r-Kepuoucaa. party lot me enaie ana
NEXT HOUSE MAY BE
A THORN IN THE SIDE
(By Parid F. St. Clair.)
NEW GREENSBORO-MT. -GILEAD
The people of this section will be
Washington, Nov. 1. Republican interested to know that the proposed
on the inside at the headquarters of mail route from Greensboro to MC
TIJTv .rfT.-r." 5.jrt!!J,??"?r Republican national congressional Cilead via Asheboro is a certainty.
unit, murain di ut im uu hk iimw ua, ntwwni uh nrg ogn- : i: . - ii
letterrbelow,.f M Crahford, chauy Ing nan-d to JotoMebaU of the po- ott"" f ' Tv h'
SSJam'-iff ii 16 majority fo? their party in Jeffreys, manager' of the Greensboro
SS&SSS?'?: ?5!f?iK--.'b W advertised the next house. They also admit that Daily News. The telegram front
"uuoc nfr, iuuiww ana tha postere wiU state that tha can muh m r.oiiv .w.t . W.iinonn t m, t.f.. .
that -the contract for this route had
been awarded to him. The mail truck
Tnme ot going to press.
The letter was
PJV iidate of the Kepublican party have eiaive Democratic majority. In other
SSk rifrrJf participate at the meet VOrds the Republicans on the eve of
T . ' .- . ill ! . , . . - . .. 1 MV . TrfV-V. A'JiIib Jaan tha mahij ". t, . . .... . . ; ' " " et va i
did impiesaon as a iair anw mow jur jae eonumasionerr room &$ me CourtH" JTr ' "T- pia ana jouv eeoaie, ine lnviiauons th election do not hope to control the will start Sunday, November 5.
W. P Jw -- - iTlrr.r'rJ-TwLrv.-.: .W.;aWiMiwiiB you as next house even though they do get Th. numose of thi, mt, i
vance the delivery of newspapers and
ber of years been aoiicitor in tbia,ua-f ne-Teasant Garden . road .route
trict has made many friends to the haa long keen hanging fire. The Joint
for re-election thiS j year and 'iwlMertrfac the spur connection and to
quenUy this will be his lasVyisit to sand day the old Pleasant Garden
A shehoro as a prosecuting attorney;- J road leading into GreensboTo bv vav
In charging tha grand Jury; Judge f Asheboro street CStisens of thell
Finley spoke on law enforcement ano cumax and .Pleasant Garden sections
psnwiallv of the wave of crime, which of the counts aoneared before th "Join)-
has followed the war. - He also spoke board with 3iy long petition asking that
of the large number of crinies-which' the'boaro) change their original plans,
are daily recorded in the pere and that they spend the amount of mtmey
of how it is impressing thess public
He called attention of the grand 'Jury
of their dnty toinvestigate the' con
dition of the. court house femnty home
and jail. ' - '. ' :'
The grand, jury is composed. pi the
contemplated on the spur connecfion
an or use that tat. hard aurface the
Pleasant Garden road.
The board: inamben statMl that th
-Did fieasant Garden road route
. jZ!." . . Tr ahairman of the Bepublican county ex-. aa much as ! majority.
uuin um WVUfB . , UfWUlsu WW' aairiM AmnviH&4 A m m . ' '
1 J i t. i v tj - . - aiui canvasa oi u) enure usi nrat class mail tn Rmll.n J
i"K" ThatijuDMOtt lor a reoiv. at Rniihiirn nai)afa mnnin. i.l,v.7. "7 . . :: .
' -' ' - ; wanfni!v 1 i T tt ooro ana o give mail service to
'S5Rn o,.irm ! ? If te?rWSve" f" W0' Steeds, Seagrove,vEther, Star,
'i H .104AjNvKU, uhairman. , closes the blunt fact that the party Biscoe Trov WaHpviiii' uV rl
iiPvtrnk County Ex. Committae. must command a majority of at least "TaAd Candor! 1 Sgefevf
,t''6? o- and D. M. Weatherly, 4? f88.. to J w country entirely without any .
batindidate. for housT oVf fSen-S? JhnMfa6 day tra!.n For mei' : 1
.-ntp3ii w group of men more than 20 m num- ar and a ha f the OmwAaW.
ReDublkan County Executive inJ -'TT.'TC '.-..iT' "m, - jj . ber masquerading in the present fraws has nnprnt ;ta
You agreed, verbally,' last
Cox and Spenee may consent to pap-
ttdpata an the debate. ' -
jCODNTY, EX. COMMITTEE
Asheboro, N.; C, Oct. St, liXL
C. H. vox, uhawnan
lourt housaJn Asheboro. Thursday ZZT?r,r,Z . !"""ACM papers and this new star-
following: , : : - jaurface with the exception two and
John B. Humble, foreman r R N.s half inilea. r
Brown, Jasper Foust, J. P. Collett, J.j ; The spur connecting the Rsndteman
H. Bhane. E. J. Miller; J. M. Bobbins, toaiLto that-of the Plflaoant Oanion
K. C. Spencer, J. F, McMasters, W, M.; road is 1,6 miles and hr hardeTrrfeeed."
Moffitt, u. u ,mtson, -w,;y.1oone,- vpon connecting wit the Pleasant
K. F. Kinney, 0. T. Macon, H. C. ( Garden road the Spur leads in the di
Lambert, Jasper Vuncartnon, ;i Ji A.rection of High Poirif.., This, epnr con
Burgess and L. C. Paynei' .. .. . jneetion is about one mile 'west of
The following, are the petit jurors: Rrtter's lake. .
D. R. Cassady, R. I. Kearns, G. W,I It was estimated by the Bommis
Speacer, E. W. Simpson, C: E- Julian, doners that tliis agreement wpuU be
A. M. Wright, G. Gross, E.-lvMoffitt, aavings 'to. Guilford ounty.nf over
1L F. Patterson Walter vFarlowWijf62,0Obaa
B. Miller, T. L. Sykes, G. P.; Snider, eonstruction. -, .
OHborne Slack, John E.Hockei Cie- ; ' , ; .-: -' '
wnere were a nuiuuef oi iiuuvt cases , nwn t-m una .
disposed of Monday. 4TJ;follongf';; X y1 i-wajjj!4N
are among the cajes: '- .;"'''.'vV:4:i'
Elo CoUegeOctpber Mr. and
, , . a P w waM uvn OKN
will nprfnrm tViA
day afternoon give' me an nsweJ Randtema Frid wl IT06?,0 T fnp "1,-'' addin carrV the firstas
to my invitation for a joint pontics ffltW4tarTBainen ShT ? ther ,R?Pubhcan for all of those points,
debate by the candidates of tha. two, oUodL Cld?tor I"de Sme f Mails will be massed at the
nnrtioa of ttwi nnntv in- Hnnriiirin'u w r l-luCJk- without Democratic opponents and v " " . massea at tne
afae by ha dttaana irffl A t:for;(Satar4y 'night:. ou;.lWitooifiS l Cox Ind J. Ed Spenee, Repub- been endorsed by that party KSuraf,J!?
to enmnlv with vnur nmmiap. ... ' . , liin .nnrfiriatiia fnr tha unit. oww ux uiese uiaurireius so-caiieu .. i , " .. r i
it . a . i il j ' 4 . ' . .. ... OM rriAWi lonoiAiia in thai if iiiimm
a now aeaire to uuorm you wat i nouse w representatives, respectively. . "6v-.. w.c. inti-.i.oM ji u.
am advertising L C. Moser. Ueinocrac-lava been Mited. throueh the chair- b0B1 ta the Hardihg administration MO Ti, i" k"
will be made on all the nffiw
lices will also be possible, as
ic candidace lor the Legisiaiure, and fciu) Oi tn PuDhcan couniy execu- ffV"16 epuD ican policy than any outb"nd ma.T
n v i.. .. .'ii'vi.i.i- . . i i Demhcrat. It ia not th 1 )p..,ncrn, k "cuu"' outoouna mails.
date for clerk aL thn suuenor court, of thone ihino-H anrf nnrtirinat in bo are behmd the movement to im- . A.ne tentative schedule -calls
. i- . t - j.i K.f ; . TPArh At.tftrnflv Cipnpml 1 lanorhprr.v mail
.- j r,-. - -j
to speak at two points, town: at Aane- joint debate
boro and Randlenian, on uie mgiu iu the day. E
Thursday, November 2, and on the yited to bf pi
if the political issues oi
irybody is cordially in5
truck to leave G
but so-called Republican representa- :J0 m- each Sunday mom;
tives like Keller, Woodruff and John- J401 Mount Gilead by 8:30
son. . No Democrat has so severely Returning, the truck will react
exposed Secretary Mellon's policy in "ro about 1p.m.
refusing to make the Standard Oil
stockholders pay their share of income CHAIRMAN HULL SURE
tax as has Kepresentauve irear.
These insurgents are lyiirg awake at
WEfcM KAliM Ltl lEr . inews
- . Mesiri.'W. E, and W. C. Capel,
(By Maxwell Gorman.) ai Troy and Candor, very Wfirhly es-
Raleighj" October 31. One week teemed former citizens of 'Ramseur, night to find flaw in the Harding ad-
uvu, w"B;,.nv,uiu. , wu "-- iMimgw wit uwiiicn uui, iwr miniarmtinn armnr I'hpv will tint aratii! natinnol
tion day, and every good citiaen is in- nrday. ' Mr, Capel, Sr., has sold to the oniv be returned to the next house hHt Saturday in fno.f t
tensted, or should be, and it is their Columbia . Mtaufactunng Company recruited by new men because the torial and congressional elec
4uw. to. .yotyv -yj-' ; ";jnd Rianjseut. Furniture Co. and E. C. Harding administration has ostracised "a Democratic victory is no
This fa eld -rtuff preachment, it i& VWhs his property here wich con- them so far as patronage is concern- at the elections November '
iv wiiwo- a iiiiuw- usual viu uwiue vl ir. vuiiBi ej. Hut more than that they are men "The onlv
OF DEMOCRATIC 1
Chairman Cordell Hull f t
W. J. Moore and Ed
plead guilty of affray They irerej Mm. i&W. Brown eateretainBd at an.1 Du T 7 .eff S ""T4. Te Mr vapel ed- But more
lined $10 and one half XheTOsts, or- elaborate - dinner Tueed lwnorfne y a r!,1""? MU v-f """""w" oi pnncipie lor the
dered to appear and :show itood be?tie 87th nniyersary" of Mrs. Brown's
navior at me ucvoper term-oi court,
"""f-". Buaii'tfiue iwHiien.
im entire nome. was attracliyelv
State vs. Dema Bean, traver for
judgment, continued until April term.
t xiio uiuv nuPRT.inn nt
attempt to buy maining," Chairman Hull'!
womwiaa well as men-especially those M. -S.vAiCaveness and family, of them with patronage has failed and added, "is the extent ofth
in the rural section and in the smaller ; Greensboro, re visitors here Sun- that was why they ware ostracised. Practically everv section V
towns of the state. - - -;J day. ' In some of the district! where these States will etmLZ ll
decorated witb potted plants and snow L- T most vital institu- Mra.lt C Free spent-a part of last insurgents have Democratic opponents yictory, and every class of
wMto crysanthemumv Amenca Is the home. week with ber daughter, Mrs. W. E. the administration is either openly or be largely represented. ,am
room a co!6r motif pPprnt lalaTand i ntes composing the family con- fct Aslpbro. secretly supporting these opponents, ters."
white, had.been effaetiyely' carrfci nut JiT u rV y' . wl!oul The: reviyaj Jneeting is still going on This is notably true m Kepresentatave ,
6. D. Peebles and D. : E. Koonce,
plead guilty of selling' stock without
license. Prayer for, judgment. Is con-
ti mi Ail until A"rYiI famM' rv i-v4-. -. '
State vs. Hobart-Chrisco', continued. The table was a weneW taafityTi im ,?m enipty bulIainKlf not 8 at the Ramseur Uaptist church, and is Keller's
State vs. Bob ;Sykes, eentinu, bytthe cb4ad5ier-tQeattlrt .the i ! Tv. ww"en "s kwdi accompUshing much good.
..: t:.....:i -j.j tmui w' jrr. r-""" l
euiw vs. uiiwouu juinuerry, ueienu-ium. center
ant plead guilty, assault upon a fe-
State vs. Tom Tucker, ' continued
district in Minnesota. A' . .1 VIZ u"t
price has been -put on his head be- fTr"
V-.tAA .nJ onnu hp hA thp l-niivao-A t tnVo tha Tr"""""" Y win wo
ir' me -nekt to love of God rYrKab; 0 d topeaXh ,&
ito'elimy laecwa.'ninh IUU-,"rw.."e. ,ov, W'.oounwy Greensboro. erty. " r-
rested .-thahirlJiiU m& WW j, m, ura m &u, love oi come anu .... MPR.r. J. A. nnd.M-'A-.l
ihii. hpnrlno. tl,n "J.ta. 5ICi-l,"aL'
ana was truly work art PlnsI. i. lr "" Bl " jras
.. Messrs JL' A. and M"A.Ward and If the, RepubUcans .lose controlOof
'I;-'wa Watk-Vkt You
n and Un. AIpt Rnrcrpsn nf (Irppnshnro.
a visitor to her mother, mrs. M. nouse omy dv a sniaii jimjonuv uic
oa- u tne, wepuuucans .lose control ox .- . ,
ro, lodfethat control if they efect" the r " ' WlHS lL. .
i ., - JfM Q 1.DJI.V. HJ .IV. .IWV.l.., ....d. " a . . - - ... . ....
candles in hand namied candelhra zA-Y ... ..ey. 0811 vote- 10 DUt a G. Smith, here Sunday. Harding administration may have for Miss Mary Lir.ebefry, daughter ef
State vs. Alvin Swanev and Claude'ed to the beauty of the nmtv Ai -quBaon l"elr Parents m thousands M, and Mrs. w E. Luck an(1 fam;iv the next two years a rocky road to Capt. and Mrs.Uohm H. Uneoerry, ef
Routh, continued. dainty and attractive hasteta filled e.lln T1" ,before f0,- of Asheboro, were in town for a short travel. Daugherty, Mellon and Fall in Greensboro, was quietly married at
State vs. Will McCollum, defendant with mints eave tha finfehinir toneh ii w WUB nexl luestray- A8 time Sunday afternoon. the cabinet will all be marks lor the tne nome or ner parents Wednesday,
plead Ruilty, sentenced to twelve After the guests had assembled and Jt,X,TvT . i 5 . ?. woman Rev. W. M. Smith and family left darts of the enemy. Some of these October Zb, to Mr. Kandolph Gordon
mouUis in prison and assigned roads thanks had been offered by Urn. Lew- uT' TC "uVu,rel'y 1010 yu' wna' for Franklin Tuesday mormng. Tut insurgents have openly charged bee- weny, oi iticnmon.i, va. immediately
in Cabarrus; not to serve sentence, if 'alien's son-in-law, Rev. & B, B 1 1emocTatl,c Party, as constituted ganiseur-Franklinville new pastor retary Mellon with being directly re- following the ceremony the bride and
fine and costs are paid in other cases. Thompson, she was asked to extin- u per.8mnel(; ln. wtortn Carolina to- jv. W. L. Scott, of Jefferson, is ex- sponsible for the coal strike of last groom left in their car lor Richmond.
j .o iuaii muiuij npctpd this wppk SUmnier. HIS iamny convrois uie mis. nciij i! me Ki'im'iiiiKiinjr oi
A number of our folks are attend- nitsourgn ioai company, uie Kicai.- vopi. mu . .i. iutokhj, ui
ing the circus at Greensboro thib est coal concern in the country and it Millboro. and is an attractive young
suV is said a word from him could have woman. She was educated at Koanoke
State vs. Will McCollum, plead anil- swish the liirhts fromthe 78 tinv can
ty; ordered to appear each criminal dies on the birthday cake, Inherusu
court lor three years and. how arood al charminir and iovial mannen Mrs.
behavior and jrive bond of $200 f or , Lewallen stenned forward and blew
appearance and pay costs in case.
the candles out In spite of her 78
State vs. Will McCollum, plead guil-J years of aee. it miirht be added that
ty; hned $50 and :osts. I she is 78 years young, she ia hale,
ijtale vs. A. C. Coble and Joseph i hearty and active, her life has Wn
Linebtrry plead guilty; conditional and is yet beinjr lived a life uT use-
sentence of fine or imprisonment.
state vs. Virsrie York and Clarence
McPherson, judgment that each def
endant be Imprisoned1 six months' and
mat they pay costs oi ease; further,
that they enter into a $200 bond and
that they appear at each .April and
September court for two years and
show good behavior. Capias to issue
upon motion solicitor or sheriff.,
&uie vs. Bill Yokely, . defendant
plead guilty: imprisoned three years
and assigned Cabarrus roads. ', ' Vt
State vs. John O. Gray, for house
breaking and larceny, defendant being
nine years old, wu ordered sent to the
Jackson Training School. , .
8tate vs. McCy ; plead-: guilty;
kipping board bill, bill has been paid.
Judgment suspended upon payment ef
eosta, . ,.. .-' '
. , - y avu ssiia . a nane
Mixon for lareeay and racaivins Btan-
ten King's auto in June of this year.
rrsa uon only being-en trial, Truitt
Nuen not being apprehended
& A. R. CONVENTION IN '
HIGH POINT THIS "WEEK
i , ""now .eonvenuon or Nona
Carolina Division of th-Daughter Of
Americaa Revolution convened in
'"gh fomt Wednesday: morning at
,7ey Memorial church. Mrs. W." O.
Winston-Salem, Is regent
a will preside -at the convention,
"A Point ku m.h. nMnn.
oa for this eonvenUons, and plans toj
j uu w oeiegaies royally. . - , -
tsf. ,tymt ""-'facial. V'"r''''
"at ores covering approximately
"w acrea at iatu
fJ0,"1 North Carolina
irl 6Wttry morning. . Although
IS.1?011 cf fires have been
Twr1' urbi and put out, hun
W L"6 ,re u" aname in va-
aKtiona,' fc fr, no lives have
SlldlJ!:-!!? ,nr rI'ort burned
'"Owes. iKa ..,
. Maul.v vuiiiiiung- viie'n-
T' ln1.M Liccnw I.ufrf.
t L,e,yl VVl.il Uaun.1
Bcenw to to r- v, frni,i
- frlC 1 !
"' 81. IPTilry J
: ,h Othrr , ;
!'uiin to : s
t i J
fulness. She has made her home here
with her daughter, Mrs. Brown, for
the past six years.
The following were present to help
make the day a memorable and happy
one: - Her seven children and their
families, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lewal
len. of Elon College; Jtev. and Mrs.
H. S. B. Thompson, of Randlemnn Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Lewallen and K. ju. lew
alien, of Asheboro; Miss Lizzie LewaU
len, of Burlington; Mrs. Bettie Gray,
Miss Lillie and HL G. Gray, at Greens
boro;, Mr. and Mrs. E. K Barnes, of
Llleeville; Misses Georgia said Bdith
Uoora. and W. B. Penninjrtoa, of Elon
College; fifteen grandchildren and two
- a 1 1
LDn rockmaa Going to High Polat
People throughout thai seeAon of
the state will be totereatod J knew
that announcement Tea mads ihe tet
ter part ef last "weak to th effect
that . Dr. Harry I Bnseknsm, si
Greensboro; wiU arrive to High Bflnt
within the next week or tea nyrw, sd
will be associated with tin hnmn
McCain hospitaL For stal seaia
Dr. BrocJunan has bees hurtetistogiat
at 8L Laos hospital, Gissssxrm, sd
U eonaidered an expert tfinRttwUclaB.
He will be aaaodated viU ike Burnas-
MoCala hospital In tos fvtta
M Ishoratory is beinaf oawt
Dr. Brockman ia eonaidered jm i l tfai
best trained end ecjnipped sp?tere Is
the state haying bad yeas jn jrtsdy
and careful work. He will bJetraea
sodated with Drv Burrse, Dra. x3hs
gert. Woodruff and MiAtoliy, , the
present staff of .tfas o$gm;.; A f
' BBSSSBSBSSSBaBBtSnMBBSBSSaBBBM T
andsill Fait Optsi Not. 7. V,;
1 The Sandhill fair thai Um W
famous in this section ef tas steto ss
the "fair without a Wwc?," ria
open Norember 7 and eonUaas ikoasra
the 1 Oth. The annual name 'aM,
the four days of racing, the f at
rade and annoal pageant will armru
tute the principal entertaimt fir
turcs of the fair. The pagans W.U
fair to be a more pronouncsd iein
than It WHS last yrar. li is f "i'a S
dnr the direction of llins Al trr
cry, of ( 'hnie ( 'y, Va. It v sTnt-
. ly lira. !' tz9 I ' T"
( ivr r i l ft, ! t... " : i I S t I 1
t i r - r - i '
what the Democratic party has done
to preserve and protect andmaintain
the continued safety and happiness of
your home, your home and "mine, es
pecially in the small towns and coun
try districts of the state.
The answer you will get will neces
sarily carry with it the pictured recol
lections of the assaults on our homes
are the enemies of Democratic good
government and continued
ter suggest to me that you can learn
what you should never forget, without
iurtner prompting at this hour.
College, Roanoke, Va., ailer which she ('P''
took a business course. She has held t.;(
a responsible position in Greensboro 11
Mr. Walter King and family, of settled the strike at any moment, in
Greensboro, spent Sunday wfth Mr. W. stead, the coal barons have been ena
H King. bled to extort from the American
Supt. T. F. Bulla, of Asheboro, was people $200,000,000 as a bonus be
a viRitor here Sundav afternoon. cause of the enforced idleness of the
Mr. anM Mrs. Fred Warren, of miners for five months. '
Greensboro visited Mr W H Kina- Secretary Daugherty may never De tAn. uavilui uiru m udjin-
' WT. M... II... ( 1,1.1. . X. ' f XT f IT .1 Ilt.'lf . .1.11 V l.,L"l Klin 1 tf
impeacnea out ne is certain to poas ui in ornixLr.n idoii.iiui
lor more than two years
is a traveling salesman.
If. ' .
White SU-.j r. J-..
m, ..... Mini am v nunuMV.
ine limitaaons OI this let- r. T r r o .., nmi unnleanant and anxious moments
li tne next nouse is aoie to ormg mi
The Beetkm Rainbow.
State Chairman Norwood, who has
been directing the canvass of the
state, and his able assistant, W. C.
i&ugaenhour, are optimistic about the
conditions and prospects.
in town Monday.
V. C. Marley and
Capt. T. C. Davidson died suddenly
wife went to department into the limelight with an in Spencer yesterday morning. ne
I investigation and let that investiga- was preparing to go out on a run
I tion be aired on the floor of the house, when he was stricken with an attack
RANDOLPH COUNTY TEACHERS ;And there ia Secretary Fall's Teapot of acute indigestion and within ten
MEET NOVEMBER ELEVENTH Dome negotiation in which he practic- minutes passed away. Capt. Davidson
;ally gave away more than a billion was a middle west man, and spent
Superintendent T. F. Bulla has call-, dollars of the American people's oil to much of his life there. He came to
H a mufltinir of the teachers of the the Standard Oil Company. Secretary North Carolina about 20 years ago
Col. A. D.linnv ant ha d.n imntwt the, mrhnn Fall's defense of this transition has from the Illinois Central railroad
iw . ii .! J .1.' V..l U,, CM- 1 I . U C ..... V.
Watte rolled in Saturday after a sy-1 committeemen to attend the meet-
tematic canvass oi close counties. He Ing on November 11th.
appued a course ef treatment in each nTj, j. h. Cook, at the head of the
been completely demolished by Sena- has been with the Southern .since corn
tors La Follette and Kendrick. j ing to the state with headquarters
If the next house is controlled by i crincically at Spencer. Capt. David-
case and healed up many sore spots' department of education of the State .the Democrats alone or by the Demo- son was assigned to the High Point
a ...4 kani). imJ ' . . . a.u.i , h t.t..ll.. '. , . r V j,i I . .vnttf- Willi Ika mA n f thA InanrMnll 1 ak.K.tM , r . I 11 u nnflntfir mnn
uw ".UMiiij uvurnvw tMlMtrm TOT WOlfflAn. Will M BIWU
fences. Hia report to state headquax-!aD4. rpaV" an address in the forenoon
ten inTUsed additional hope and assur- ) in tha aftarabon a nraetical reaff-
ance, which means a "clean sweep" of mphy cUss under Dr. Cook s direction
every eongressional district, ninety will be the prtneipel feature. Mr.
Hundredths of toe state senate, and an Bulla hopes to have a part of the pro
increased majority In the state house mm tha ri lUvntH tit fittinc
ef representative. Mrs. Lindsay Pat- sxe crises for armistice day.
wrson ana pr; im uampDeuwiii nave
the opportunity sf seeing Major Sted
man and Bob Doabhton increase their
majeritiee agafai, 4.- .....
; Pay ef Lcjialatere,
"rThe approaching session of the gen
es! assembly,' which convenes m Jan-
LWCREASED WATER POW-
- 13 PROJECT ANNOUNCED
A nmlart whtrh will ha anffieLsnt to
frmetete 60.000 horsepower and the
outlay involved wiu oe Detween aor
000.000 and 17X100,000 was annoaaoed
mar. will be one of the most Interest- this week by the president of the
lss snd Important ef recent years. CaroBns,-Teiinesaee . Power Company
The eaMdldates chosen at the polls at Ashsville. Completion of the plans
November 7 will constitute the next will involve the building of two huge
kgi stature and they will have to serve dams and generating stations on toe
wt the pay ef fou dollars a day, or Hiwaases- river in Cherokee county.
2 to for the seeaion, ami tea to ov. .nauaea, m we program, wmco
ys with' pay. '" perhaps the most comprehensive ever
A constitutional amendment is to be undertaken in North Carolina. Is the
TOtod 6n at next Tuesday's V election plan to utilize the power to be gen-
that. If adopted, will provide few as era ted at toe punt., ine power wiu
pay for each law-eaker for tne two make possible - the development of
semrs.- j-V' ' .vi - ' ast resources of the western part of
, ".i . ;; : Ithe state and the adjacent territory of
Reginald Dean Curtis Dead. 1 Tennessee and Georgia and It ia ex-
Rsginald Dean Curtlsnlne-nwnths- pected'to aUract capital jnany times
s'ld son of Mr. and Mrs. B. D.' Curtis, that Involved " in, the. waterpower
of Greensboro died at the home of bis project. 1 ' : , u ' j -parenU
Thursday, evtmlng ! et 8:30, . . ' ' . ".'J'l A . 5
s'dock following an .Illness ef several Flre DepaHsient Called Ont .'.
weeks. FuMral senrices were con-1 ltl local nre ueparunent was vaiieu
afternoon- br ' Rev. lu C Btubbins, which nrovsa eniy to oe : some ury
rmstar of Grace Methodist Protestant grass burning some distance behind
thurch. Interment rouowea jn uie me nome si sir. nr. a. vvuin an pun-
Grn Hill emetery. Mr. Bnd Mrs. set avenue. ITiere was considerable
Curtis are formerly cf, Randolph smoke and much nr;mment, but the
torn;', .- '. - Uaio amounted to r ' ' Ing.
eratewith the aid of the insurgents: Asheboro road as conductor, more
Daugherty and Fall may expect to be j than three years ago. He made many
subjected to the rack and not a coat friends in this section who will learn
of whitewashing. Cabinet scandals j of his death with sorrow. Capt. Da- -are
fatal to the success of any ad- vidson had been changed to Spencer
ministration. It was the trafficking 1 several months ago, but had had ne
tn the public domain by Taft's sec-luce to return to Asheboro within the
retary of the interior that did most! wife, who at the time of her hua
to, defeat for re-election in 1912 but past few days. He is survived by his
the- Taft administration never had i band's death was in Seattle, Wanhing
m scandal comparable in magnitude ton, and two daughters, both of whom
with Tea Pot Dome. reside in Chicago. The funeral and
In view of what may happen on 1 burial arrangements have not beea
November 7 the managers of the Re- announced.
publican party are exceedingly ner-1 .
reus. They have issued an 8, 0. 8. RANDOLPH BOYS PARTICIPATE
call all along the line for they now IN HAVER FORD BALL GAM
realise that to lose control ef the .
house means purgatory for the party Ia a gamef ball between Guilford
for the next two years and defeat in College and Haverford College, Phila-
ivze, Tney anew mat they must delphia. four Randotoh county boys
have a majority which will eliminate
the insurgents They 'can never hope
to eliminate the farm bloe in any pos
sible majority they may get but the
farmlloo will trade. The avowed in
HOME OF DOCK WALKER '
.. DESTROYED BY FIRE FRIDAY
wilL-partidpste. vis.: Will Johnson.
Asheboro; Hal Laasiter. Mechanic,
and Nereus English," Arcbdale, and
John Frank Frazier, of Liberty. The
game will; be played on Saturday, No
vember fourth, and much interest ia
being manifested. ,'
: Death of Robert A, Green.
. Taihprt fl Cnan a U.,M- (!...
Mr. Dock Walker's home at Anne-'of Thomasville. hi in aanv ut.
boro route 2, was completely destroy , hospital last Friday Mr. Green had
ed by, fire last Friday. Mrs. WaUer;an operaUon, for appendicitis- some i
was away and the older children at day before and complicaUone i arose i
schooL When the fire was discovered which resulted in his death. M r. Greea '
it was toe far advanced to be extin- was 64 years eld. a nativ r tii
dncted from the Curtis borne Monday out Tuesday morning to put out ft Ore guished. . It is thought that It caught county, but for the pout sweral veers
aucniT uua. airs, .naiaar, naarnauo nu nome ...in Thomasville
had twtnty-flve dollari t in money where he made ' many friomU. . tie
which was pot la the safe which was I graduated from Wake Forest Collng
burned, as was aU of the fumJtjre.jin l8Hi." Funl .nic were am
rljthlng, canned goods and all of the j ducted from the PniU;t church t
hvuse. prpperty, ' . l'Uoinnsville I'litufiuy n'.'.iu.- n.