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0 / 75
! OFFERING FOR THEs i
EAR EAST RELIEF
Tnf near East Relief wrk has not
t aa rapidly in Randolph
fs V-as hoped n.e to several unavoida-'!
w reas-'ixs. mere la , tun unw w
-1. ; hA.trf mat every pereoa iir the
countx will give someuuiiK, iuw.ct
how small the donation, Between- now
I and Christmas. . These people are in
j n-ont and a few dollars sro a long
Wav there. Wont .yottWnd a check
Mr. I. C. Moser, Asheboro, Jbefolra
-u..,m.a You will en lor your Christ-
.-.mas more uj
I kAlnfnw ntnM r - -, -
' 1'MVERSrrV MEN OF HAN-v f
L DOLPH COUNT! WILL MEET
12 The i large
'L .1 TT;im.ritv f North Caro-
alumni now Uving bi , RAdolphitat? their new home on Raleigh street
r.,.t,- tiHU hold a meetinK and ban
quet during the Christmaa Holidaya
According to information ;t reaching
here. Although no defifaite announce
ment of tne aaw "w" "
",.t; will be held In Aheboro.
r,man.W. C Hammer is presi
dent of the Association, :. and , Hj.- M.
Robbins is th& Secretary. :Other
.i ni nrominently interested in ar-
raneing for the greatest ? gathering
vet to be arrangea uys ytJi J"
Within the county are Iv.CtMoserr L.
w r. T. E. Story and Britt Arnv-
There are twenty-four ' Randolph
count v i)o vs now in attendance .at the
Universitv. These are expected to at
tend in masse. In fact, one of the
major reasons for the alumni .arrang
jner their meeting for the holidays ft
to enable the students . to le- present
-,i hPMme acauainted - with their
U" " , ' :
older brethern. .;
Death of A. D. PhaH of PHtsboro,
The Courier regrets to record the
deatii of Mr. A. V. fWHipS, a vwuea
correhpondent, which occurred at Pitts
boro December 6, in the 80th year of
" his age. He was a man of manjr ad
mirable traits of character and devoted
to every semblance of right and jus
tice. The funeral was held from the
Baptist church of Bennett,, and inter
ment made in the church cemetery.
.'Five children survive.-'Vvf
"i DetourRoute W Asheboro. t ,
f Archdale-A5heboro.-Eaistb6uB:d traf
! le detour to the right' at stand sign
about 1-4 mue west oi Arcnuaic j
' low (in t and topsoil road via Archdale,
Trinity, Flint Hill school and old coun
rnute No: 75 into
entcoYer toiw "i i uwi.m. j . f avj ..
As ehm-o. Westbound tratne aetour
tZt nf Ashhoro is directed by'siirnS
1 ..f !,. a Dptnnr la rlpnrlv. marked, m
Ueath oi miss ABgie rrauer.
is Angie Fraaier, . formerly ot
Bind'.' -man, was found dead, in her bed
i; home of her brother-, George I
.1 v v 1 v-v i A. t W7 I L
Ji r, at nign romt, ia 'rnoay.
exy is given as -tharprobawe
- was a sister of Mrs. H. M.
' VtiM'n and Mrs. E. F. Mungo of High
Pir.it. Her father, we belief, was the
Ute Hardy Frarier, lor many years a
cituen of Kandleman. - .
; Big rire In Charlotte. r; . r ,
' The large 6-story Trust building on
Sooth Tyron street, Charlotte, was de
stroyed by fire and two other struc
ture! seriously damaged, last Sunday,
with a total loss estimated at (440,000.
-.The fire was believed to have rlg
ted in the f urate room of the
Trast building and gained great Vad
wiy before discovered. ; Save one or
t minor injuries, there were no cas-
' . ,'i U "
''!. larn From Detroit, li -
Detroit, the center of the automobile
Wastry, is one of the few dtlea to
ths United SUtes, whos automobile
s accident rate is steadily -decreasing.
w numoer or faUlities due to motor.
ucie dropped from 240 in 1920 to
in 1921. The decreas la due id!
tta tttraordinarv nrweautinnarv
flJdoptd and trictly enforced by
ity authorities;- y--- .
'; . -- -". ; '
7- ;Mr. J. c. DavU Passes.
V Mr. J. C. DavU died t hnmaln
J11 Point, December 15, after a pre
.rfu? Rn: Sh M daughter
r.i ri!S 5 "S n EngllHh, of
1 v i. ii.-j 7W'n ' ana mrs.
r 1' Asheboro for a number
IHAM.M A A
if 'l""r services was con
rreraMt Vernon church by hsr
nd by her hu-Und, J. C
K"1' 4 Mia.
,'WaaaaVer IV, 4
!? formrr i
,'"1 at M.;:, .
" his s r, h 3
f M well f
"'n Ms UrC i
. ' proi'
' 'v-frnary c f t
'ition rif J
1 position i i
1 f :' '-,.
1 n in
, ! UAALMSUK NEWS . "
Jter. S. L. Morna. Mr mA u
E. Vohnson, Ray and Rutlt Campbell,
H. B. Moore and Joe Phillips attended
the Baptist state conrentioji at Winston-Salem
last week.-- --: r
. The', music . denartment'a iSrimara
grades gave a "DoU's FestivaT at thef
ficnooi ouuaing last rnday night A
good attendance enjoyed the program
of the evening and all the pupils ren
dered their parts well, especially the
forty, or fifty, dollies that decorated
the stagey - y , , . . .
0M J' Y 404 Mr- c. H.
Kedding, of Asheboro, were . visitors
here one day last week.
i Thechampion Jiojf of the season
was kffled last week by Mrs. Lee Cra
nes. This 13-month old pig weighed
515 pounds besides the head which was
not weighed. -Mrs
W. E. Lack and chfldren spent
iaw inursday, night here, with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Free,
. - aa Mrs... N. R. Curtis moved
last weeic. , s
' Mr.Ca'ri: Bdwden, recently from
Europe, where he lias snent the mi.
er part of the past 10 years is spend-
VVi?T ry, wlul 1118 8ister. Mrs.
J. C. Whitehead. ... ,
! Lambert, formerly with
SSi. Mereanle Company,-Is now
wiva iuaney ana uaveness,
l The Philathea elnos nf tha xi v
Sunday school,; will give a play 'here
ue luesaay mgnr. mblic is urged
The nastor of the TbinHrf. n
Rev S i Mmmn ."' il w n n
Kched ofihZ'wU fittin?2yL J-V00111?0- Drhim'
I.the. Christian Way of Cel- Friday, the guest of Mrs. E. P. Hayes,
is Involved just at this" time. Follow-1
...u m.wvwuc vuwoiu uie wnoie woriil
ine this" extortatinn 7 UZ .
habite ofnTat tJt Jtrl
W andlte ?o ?So !
selfish wnv anA imLuii f
-tri11?? a.nd especially remember-.
mg me starving children of the Ori-
Christmaa" tW th r I
m a;ii : . .
- . ' ....
uU.oVtIcT.Kf " J'ttf
IVI SU Vv U llu... .1 1 .
- "i. YYiubeneau.
c . .
W. C Hall Dies.
WJlUamCTarkHaU,born in Mont-
mery eountr March 17. 1862. died
at his home in" AhPnW rw.w.
15, 1922. His parente wire Pinlmey
ana; Caroline Mb, rfiarrjed- Mar-
uianaii. aauB-ilter or tne late Jnhn
rw. BalL October 28, 188ft. Of this
marriage there. "Were three chi dren.
s three children.
t. t "
M- -."'""U"""0 ".ana
wuy Muse.-, tnerp are xnree
Ann iPiadg. MrJwiho
rD.-Bnijr ana cmidren, of" ""proving, mrs. na
Keeler, Calif, aretvisiting her parents. ' proved not to be serious,
anil U .1 f r. ' r 1 -
NAr??r'e..er h.8lhd moved from
vussuun -w AsneDoro in i m'j. sir
II..J X . - . I t . ( . .
Hall was one of th4 oldest members of
the. Jr. O. U. A. M. and for 35 vears
member of the M. E. church "south.
. . . '
, ne-nad been in bad health for two
months, and died suddenly from heart
trouble. He "was a straight forward:
fafhf ..,6 1' US u.navum"'0f ,Cedar Grov8 tomMP, has been ap
- - . .....ua ...vn
where to find him. Mr. Hall had i
practically all of Ws life been a car-
iwnTflF nvr rMio .iaw. i
r' "v,v' Aim Auucmi cwrvicv .
J was conducted at the M. E. church !
Sunday at 2 p. m. by the pastor, Rev.
W. H. Willis, after which burial Jol -
lowea in the locaneemetery,
Henry B. Fuller Dead.
News has just reached this office
of the death of Mr. Henry B. Fuller,
at Bennettsville, S. C, at 1:30 a. m.
rWmhv 10 If. P.,la ... .
former dtiten of Farmer. Randolph !
eounty;and a son of the late H. K.!00!0; r- Humble expects to test all
Surviving are his brothers.!!?1"" oerore putting
AJ J. Fuller, of Raeford: L. K. Fuller,
of WhitesviUe; and C M. Fuller of
Lomberton, and a . sister, Mrs T. E.
Welborne, of Greensboro.
No information Is given as to de
tails relating to. cause of death, fune
ral and interment
DENT OF POLAND, JULLED
Gabriel Narutowicc, first president
of the Polish republic, was murdered
at noon on December 18, lust 'a week
after his election and only 48 hours
after Uking up the: duties of the of
fice." The fatal buffet was fired by an
artist named Niewodamski, said to be
mentally deranged. Death was instan-
The Dresident had lust con
cluded brief address and. aeeomoa-
nied by two members of his cabinet.
was entering aa exhibition hall to vie
some paintings i when the assassin
joined the throng pressing about the
chief executive to shake his hand, and
took a position te the rear. - Then,
working his was ho done te hlrMc-
tlm, that there was no chance of miss
In?, he drew a revolver and fired three
tmen( the bullets tlerdnr the presl
dont's back. As soon as the deed was
done, the SManstn took flight, but was
promptly captured, and would have
jl'",n roughly handled bat for the In
n t'f n-nc f the police. He was later
! , ' - I In rriitorr to await trial.
' li njvi.lfr .of the house of depu-
i, Knrief IUUJ, will aifiume the du-
t.i tr the preMdney, and Ms flrtt
t i:i he t ronvoka the national as-
' y to choone a successor to Naru-
t. ICS. . ,
Vnx Flipper at f hephcrd phooT
1 '! ere will be a !x supper flvei. at
; 1 r I delimit f'rl'i.iy mchtTIcm
r ; .:. Mrs. J. M. f.imernn ! the
sti.l ) InMi un'.lring In
: v. t jian fur this entertaln-
CfVrVniVLliN VXLtLiE IMliWa'
I Rev. li Scotf jreachedtabl
sermon at the M. E. church Sunday
morning. , " ;.. .
Mr, F. M. Davidson, of Greensboro,
is visiting bis daughter, Mrs. J. I.
8") u cranauuvuie route,
Clarence - Park. of Savnham. U in
the city and. wilL spend the holidays
here with his -family, . . ,wr.
- Messrs. Dayton Hurley ahd Rankin
Bean spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. L. C. Hancock. '
S. C. Trogdon, C. L. All red, R. W.
Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Jones,
Miss Fannie Jones. Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Parks and Miss Hettie Craven wenw
to Ureensboro last week.
Mr. W. J. Moore killed a pig a few
days ago that weighed 520 pounds. '
Messrs. Colon Cox, Grady Tippett
and Bryan Burke, of Revolution, were
visitors here last week. '
The play given by the Ramseur high
school at the academy Saturday night
was quite a "success and all our people
who attended were hichlv nlniuri -
x Mr. Ray Jmes. of Pleasant Garden,
spent Sunday at Mr. G. H. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. LkB. Craven are at
Ramseur with Mrs. Craven's brother,
Mr. Dick Maner, who is reported quite
iu wiui pneumonia.
Misses Essie Lee'Carlise and Ruth
Brookshire spent Thursday in High
Mrs v. p Ho!., .j r u t
tpnA tt, 7,;oV.i f m- a r,
zier who .1 'S-8
sSturdJy. X'l. 1
:p0,ii ' 7" k i ?, ? "
Kandleman for burial. Funeral ser-
vices were held-at St. Panl !,.i,'.
W n xj.Z .u.
- ... ijui iiiifii w l HI iiHfi rnR
. "rr." "
if, ... -
services lor Mrs. Jennie
Holland, who die'd at her '
iMain street Sunday mommT we-
w s d ' TH v.
" "r.i'Srm' -pa8lor or tne de"
thrchurch oSrv T"
was attended by rf'lar numW f
Jv- T . .
tjt a tTTrw wi ... w - i
beautiful I. M HoSnrfcrS'K -' ?--
"rV.iv fr: o;:U.-r"""V.oeen "
riv i.. " 3rt "
. i mum. nu
dauehters anH fnrn
Newlin, wHo has: been
for the holidays.
fnr thhrAiA. ' "
Mr. Ray M.
Caudle nent Ti.
Greensboro on rmrfnipa '
MreensDoro on business.
DOAK i nwp m c
IV UUVji riTill
MR. inreivo a n,iAn
' 1 ' "
r-j n . """" ""c
jmiiiwu wnor to succeed Mr a c,
Jenkins' family he to been unahl
move u iiLi larm At nmva Pwaaiww uuneu nonaay avii o ciocK in tne
'DR. M. G.
CATTLE JLT NEW DAIRY
Dr. M. G. Edwards, has since his ar
rival in Asheboro, tested all of the
cattl at Mr. H. F. Rumble's dairy
which has recently been opened at the
y.oK. .uiiiiciijf uwnca oj bit. 4. A,
WIng,0W thiee .mlle north Ashe-
them with his herd.
CORTEZ L. AUMAN GRAD-
UATES AT MOODY INSTITUTE
Cortes J. Norman, former resident
of Asheboro, and member of the First
Baptist church, Asheboro, Is one of a
class of seventy-six students, thirty
men and forty-six women, who will
graduate from the Moody. Bible Insti
tute of Chicago, Thursday, December
21. He has completed a two years
course in the Bible and related sub
jects, gospel music,-and practical meth
ods of Christian work. Mr. Norman
expects to enter the pastorate upon
leaving the institute, - v
Twelve Greatest Men.
The New York Times has recently
compiled a list of the twelve greatest
men on this continent. This list runs
as follows, being arranged alphabet
ically instead oCln the order of their
greatness: Thomas A. Edison, Chaa.
W Eliot. Henry Ford. Herbert Hoov
er, Chaar E Hughes, . J. J. Pershing,
John D. Rockefeller. Elimt Root, John
8. Sartent. W. H. Taft, Booth Tark-
Inrton, and Wood row Wilson. -..
The list falls te include a single
member of eonrress. . But who has a
standard that would satisfy a half
doten other peopdet, ,',
' 'T-At Maa Diea, '':
Wmiara Ratrsdale, aged sevtnty
years died at his home at Albemarle
laat week following a stroke of pa
ralysis ten days previous. Mr. Rags
riaie was born and reared In Uwbar
rie township, Montgomery county, and
Ud there until bout fifteen years
ro hen he moved " to Albemarle.
1 he. body was brought to Albemarle
for funeral ahd burial A wlftand
Mrsl children survive. v
Clone quartern are to be found In a
lUngy rnso'i dollsr." .
VUW TQ GET THE SOUTH'.""
TJ The Courier has purchased " 200
annual subserrptions to the South
? ern. Rnralist. . Tha, Courier . will -J
give these 200 subscriptions, to the
i first two hundred - persona - who .
tBvai us as much as 2JX) on sub
iscripUon to The Courier, whether
JpW or new subsAibers. ,
THE COURIER WILL TXKE
The Courier, has far l numhn nt
years only issued a smalt paper iivor-
w wi; rat tcgiu uruing UUr-
in? Christmas, week. v-We ekpect to
adhere to this plan next week in order
mat our.iorce may nave an opportu
nity to enjoy the Christmas holidays.
We take this meanT of extendipgo
eaei andevery one of our. subscribers
ouri best wishes tor r happ "-Chrlft-ma
and prosperous New., Tear. ;
loaa Oswald "Webster Dw
. JhB Oswald , Webster was drowned
in -Charlestown, S. Cr on the night of
December. 6th 1922. 'He was the
yourrest son of the late John and
Delaj: Reddinr Webster who lived in
Ashaoorotfot several years.. .;, r- ,
TMjthe am of four t, the deceased's
father Hed leaving widow and five
'lMeichfldn1r femattad',' with:
theirother ".r trnffl A. five -years
uiwr woen site aiecu
at, the1, age f 9 years, -was taken in-1
v.'a -i -'!- "v '
bems-fc&client lrin?vlm; ,.'l
ler8f wnfc.unaTies ot, of riigii Foir.t,
Maty Webster, ei; Ranmc-Itional
i"1 asvuieK..va,i')wnoweiMi, t&,on ail otticial Bonds required of him
Chartealoiv;iinrfftmtU " tKiIv!-hv th ni r,.f,,r""it;r"
J.noon' F.eeemDe.r utt
Ann. tnllni.il .
ounai uionoweu t'm
in llm - n ti' v-S
.1' y."""-" -J,i
i iij . i . . ...
snip w eave,ne went out m the dark
' and wai ihrown Overboard and in. the
f1 N5ioui i tbleh said deputy shall be aid T the
-.uc.h ukih nuu uieuw jib wue
KLneu consciousness. . v-
. gamea mnMomeuSV
svmnatnv i eicenned to the v he -
'1 Ilw1!... 1 -
J. J Fai
man and former- tinst -
P. :"".v,"', C""UB' V
inomov ,f thot m-t la nAJA..Hl.. ill
, '"3 """,B flna ra. mr. wr-
via has been rritVnl lv . 11 .nfono.
from a severe heart attack since-Sun-
day night. .-
Mrs. P. L. Boggs Dead.
Following an extended illness Mrs.!
at her hnme- in tK AWto'
' Saturday December 16th. She
u : i w 1 a. , ..
, r I TT'll i s
Spring Hill cemetery. Rev. M L.
Moore officiating. - , paid. r" 7t ent ana other irregularities'
Mrs. Boggs is srvived by he hus-1 The joint meeting then udjounied.;reltog to the ' Jug'mg of over
band and four children two of whom The Board of Cunty Commissioners 7.. of tn ban'' money, are
are residents of Randolph Countv
Mrs. F. L. Elmore and Mrs. M,
Brown, two brothers, one sister
. L. Elmore and Mrs M C
Death of Leslie Bulls
On Friday December 15th, 1922, lit
tle Leslie Franklin Bulla the only Bon
of Mr and Mrs. Frank C. Bulla, was
caned ' to his, heavenly home.
Durinir the few davs Dreeedinr hi.
death he suffered Intmmlt A . iunder salaries nxea Dy tne joint Doara
d.5e that lrhJ2 h1 TViot County Commissioners and Finance
God Mw fit to Sbhk Committee and to assume the cdlee -
Tht hi? . onof all fees that shall hereafter be-
VJa&V word.8 he. sP.ke. were- come due to the countv and to relieve
th. -..ii.. r..: ri. v.'
a rather, mother n loti- irronA -
parents, and a host of relatives.
Funeral services were conducted at
Charlotte m. p. church by Rev: P. H.
Greeson, of Raifdleman, after which
interment followed in the cemetery.
' Esetta Pressnell Dead.
The three year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C Presnell, who lived
near Trinity, died early Monday. Her
death was caused by a severs attack
of pneumonia. Funeral services were
conducted at Abotta' Creek Baptist
- ' Theaias L. Finch Dead.
Thomas L. Finch, for 25 - years a
resident of High Point, died at his
home in that dty December 19. fol
lowwr a oner nines a. air. r inch was
born fa Randolph county fn 1868.
'Mm widow, bee Miss Emma' Dor-
sett, with five grandchild rea survive.
Christmas Tree at Piaey Grove School
Kiss Bessie Morgan, who Is teaching
tt Piney Grove, in Back Creek town
ship, has arranged for a Christmas
tree for her school ' Saturday , night,
Junior Red Cross members In the
eight states 0 the Southern Division,
American Red Cross, have sent more
than 11,000 Christmas boxes te Brook
lyn for shipment overseas to European
children. 'The boxes will be dis
tributed to poor children at Chrit-
ma by Red Cross workers In Europe,
pinking the day one .filled with ho)li
day -pirit for msny unfortunates, i j
- THQRJIAST IIEETKG
- As stateS in "the last -issue of The
Cooierr the newly elected officers of
the county were all sworn ' and tn-
Niucted into office Mandav, December
a.- . .
were adopted unamimously by the joint!
- ew tvuvnuiK ICDVIUUDIU
board of county commissioners and
nuance committee: '--,'"
' The following resolutions were in
troduced by H. S. Edwards, s ec
ended by L M- Crani ord and after dis
cussion were. unamjotily t-kipfed by
the votes of -JTi Weaver, Chairman,
H. 'S. Edwards and L. M. Cranford,
and the members of the Finance Com
mittee: . h-: . - ... ;
' It is hereby orxlered, pursuant to the
authority of law, -608... of the Public
Local Laws of North Carolina, Session
1918, and the laws amendatory there
of Und supplementary thereto:
L That the salary of the Sheriff of
Randolph County shall be the sum of
Two -Thousand Five Hundred j($2,
500.00), Dollars per year, plus such
additional sum an may be necessary to
pay, at the usual rates, the premium
on all official bonds required of him
by the Board of County Commission-
ers, according- tov lawr In addition
i thereto, he shall be allowed one denutv.
from and after the date the tax books
r - . . ,"rr "
y nerearteT re p aced mms hands
couecwon, wnicn snail be paid a,"- anas nagerty, of the
salary at the rate of Nine Hundred State Collegefor Women.
UDr- Cooke has Aarge of the
o tv, I Geography Class and Miss Hrtv i.
iy snail ne Two Thousand (2,000.00)
i Dollars per annum, plus such addi -
sums as may be necessary to
. the premium
uty. which shftll- be naid snlnrv nt
the 'CKiBrlotteithe rate': of Nine hundred Dollars per!
' . . ......
"" ? necessary to pay, at tne usu -
ty Commissioners of Randolph Coun
1 . J t
ty, according to law; in addition there-,
to, he shall be allowed one
salary of the rate of Twelve Hundred
wuicii isaiu ueuuiv Biiuii oe vain me
waejDoirars per year, subject to change
luouars per year, sv
t. the next meeting
meeting of the Board.
i m..! i m .
1 d.Jj.i-i. i l -i .1.11
' (rate of Three Hundred Dollars neri
annam f ronv,Dec-4, .1922, plus such
as'may be nebessarfer ' kau
;to pay, at the usual rates, the premi-
1 n. nii flrioi Kni
i . . i n i .
nim Y uoaro or commissioners,
according to law, until such time as the
i ... u u-u .i.:
i 5 That this resolution is to go into
ti u j f ru,.niw..
The county officials pladed on sala
ries are reauired to-keep itemized rec-
ords tff all receipts and disbursements,
from whom received to whom paid;l High Point ,8 being trierf . ,
AV "llov "1,Vi a
vnt rn iirnor ann ufnan iYAn-ra in
be made monthly before salary is
w x miiiIa mnnth it KafAM
Ven mel UDOn lne aajournmeni ana
,was called to order by J. .T. Weaver,
j ! chairman. H. S. Edwards and L. M.
Cranfcrd, mlmbers of the board, being
Upon motion of H. S. Edwards, sec-
r ,1aA Kir T. M Cra Ti iA ,iirl nrriAif
by the unanimous vote of the board,
the following resolution was adopted:
Whereas in view of the fact that the
om.cere .T l.ne un.lr a n?T .f" n
-aid officers of all possible embar-
'irassment of refusing credit
It is hereby resolved:
TVi-r the nffirers of Randolnh couhtv
suance or service of any process, the
. . t II 4- I A. . iL - I
entry or recording of any instrument la p ? Z W1,low l th
or paper writing, or perform other of- '"f "v- f w- ,85;, who at
ficial acts until the (awful fees for 2 " J?" W of the
such service shall have been paid for E?"l'bo fT- Preached f re
in advance, except as otherwise pro- ?"entIjr at Asheboro. She is survived
vide by the law. "e "on "d five daughters. Fune-
Upon the suggestion of the County !,'Tan0LmnU not been com-"
Treasurer, permission U hereby grant- pletM at th tim ' going te press.
ed to ex-Sheritr-Brady to occupy anu.
use temporarily the office of the Coun
ty Treasurer jointly with said Treas
urer. Request is made of the Randolph
nlsh and install chairs in the office' of
the Board of Commissioners, neces
sary for the orderly conduct of busi
nesat the expense to be provided for
at a subsequent meeting of the Board.
The Horn Building . Material Co.,
through Mr. Arthur Ross, Is requested
to furnish and Install glass doors In
basement of the county home together
with brick work necessary thereto.
- The sheriff la requested te have the
court nous bell an up properly and
securely in the belfry of the court
bouse at as reasonable cost to - the
county as may do posstoie. ' rl
Mr. lu- M. worth is rmieted to
hsve a table made suitable for the of
fice of the Board of Commiuidnera.
and to have aa additional rate set Into
the railing In the sld efflee 1 at . Is
reasonsble a cost to the county as may
be prscticahle. . , j
' Mr. N. H. Ferguson, steward of the
county home. prn his resignation
to become r!T-tive Janusry I, 192.1,14, and other amount were allowrd yj
after consultation Mr. Ferfunh with-1 ilio new bsrd.
NEW THEATRE IN ASHE-1-' "
BOBO FORMALLY OPENED
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The formal opening of The
Ashebcro's new Moving
i iiea ire pi ace Tuesds'
December 19th with v ' number '
ct people in atte-tfwf? Mr. J. A. 1
S pence present'- yTtneater to the . .
town in- behT ajvrte theater managtv-
ment with aVJtf fitting remarks .nnv-w.
eerjiing the rapid growth and progmaT V
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I DI AXflfSfWlFn ltl Tit A nacfr fAM, .mm
Mayor J. D. Boss, in afew well chose.
words accepted it in . behalf of the
town. The-building is beautiful and
modern in every detail being one of
the best of the kind in this section of
the State and would well be a credit
to a town much larger than ours. It
is in the new Scar bo ro building re
cently erected by Mr. W. J. Scarbora
on the corner of ' Fayetteville and
Depot . streets. A most .pleasant
feature of this initial night was the
orchestra from Greerfsboro, as well as
Paramout pictures which were shown.
The theater will be managed y Mr.
Francis White. This is the uand
picture show for Asheboro, the other,
"Joyiand"-having been operated for
many years by Mr. and Mrs.
, MET LAST SATURDAY
Last Saturday. December lfith. a
! number of the teachers of Randolnh
unty attended the Reading Circle
n .i.2-l . .. ? .
iwnicn are oemg conducted ly
Vi, , K '""""eBiea
! i V uer tne sujiervision
ff Pr-0?k fl ss HWrty, and it
r. r." " ""V""" mucn gooa lor
their future teachings.
HAVE CHRISTMAS SERVICES
me various cnurches in tha
are to have appropriate exercises for
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M. ET SundavhAol'
is nrncrrnrvi and J u . . .
a program and treat the intermediate
! o . , vroRntm win rojiow the
Sunday school on Snndav mn!
ii. " t . . .
re8ywrian church. Sunday
SS ."S" memers o the M-
' 7 7 T . "a a nnstmas
understood that Misa
IN CRITICAL- CONDITION
f (11 ITIPT dnvArnAr I l
. ..."V"' ." Vy.
. " " ,i C- Y s ne nlonlI1s has
caused his friends muM, k
, recently suffered a relapse and is now
'?.ns,dered to n a critical con-
Basil H. Hedgecock on Trial.
The case aeainst Basil H n.,i ..
, S00"' 10'nier cashier of the
cock, former cashier of the Horn
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' vvj 111 uuinun; h innnnr -nvv .
i"""" ""roing presiding. Charges on;
" "", mm counsel on DoLn
B,ueB are oattiing to convict or acquit.
MR. G. H. KING WINS BLUE
RIBBONS AT GREENSBORO
Mr. G. H. King took two pens of
f me White Wyandotte chickens to
i the State Poultry Show which met
n Greensboro last week and brought
.TT" 7" "'-1"?- KJng says
, oo two thousand ch ck-
ns on exhibition from practically all
W the state and many fronT other
Mrs. P. F. W. Stamey Pastes.
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L u'' Vv TT M lne
, V"-,,vc """Jfnier, Mrs. J. u
airrmnn s ii . niA. -i
ivirxroan, of Hiirh f-.int. TWmh
, 19S' aini f year of her age.
Stamey was the widow of the
Wslsce Postnsater at CarMio.
R. G. 'Walace succeeds J. E. Muse aa
postmaster at Carthage and will as
sums charge on January 1.
Mr. Walace is aa ax-aervico maa
and is wen and favorably knows to
the people 0 fhls town-and county. Ho
has had considerable - business ex
Pnenee and no doubt will make a
efficient postmaster. . . j e
WILL REMEMBER INMA1T9 AT
COUNTY HOME AND JAfL
The Christian r. J! ' "
the different churehea, the B. Y. p U
f11t. "'jrt Ejnseopal church;
Jail. The Christain Endeavw socle. '
ties wfll mtft at the M. P. church at r.
1 p. m, Sunday ahd go from there.-
draws his resignation and agrees to re
main steward at county home untn
sfter the rrgoNr meeting of the Board
in February, 1923. '
.A number Of ImnnA rar 11..i1
by the old board before