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Dec. 27, 1923, edition 1 /
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mE'ASinxono couiues. asheboeo. n. c.
- PERSONAL: PARAGBAPEa .1
) Mr. kit. C R. Cox ,w4 Mr.
Siieeiy Bird, ef Rehjaoad, ni4 in
Ahbre Saturday' and went to
JUaapi K23 where they are TiarUng
. n 1
Tnwy. . m , Mr. and Mre. D. S. Cohrane went
1 ""Mr. Wta C P11. .fate WTJ'iS ,! 10
1 today to rUi kia parentt, Mr. v,tTwl .7 Jw IOUt w T
w rjinJT i ftv bB t the various col-
rlSToS. KAKLAe, i. the leUUV "Dt7- . w
' "TJ ,Ti i . - rsA Wnrj i. k JUt. tt. r . Fogleman baa ' been
Sf SIHl Mr .Tent, in Guilford county
Itow Rich Jurinf the Chrirtmae m toWB wunty u
ftStfftfwS' ' M tolnel
Tffi SaiSSSdK oTD.ve.poK 'J
Collet Lenoir. jta Wgdtaf the hoh- Mraud Mra. Sam Spencer, of
Jl,htrj.meinin Aahtboro Mra! C"" Term., are he gueta
.itii rr aiater in Aaheboro, Mre. f MesdjkmM Fox ndBL l
Carl Slack, of Hen-!- C.."
' hereon are riaiting the families of N. ,n Carthage before return-
AY .Cox ahd Oaborne Slack during the, 8Mr Clark Allen, of Whittier, Cali
; Sioudaya. , fornia, after a week's trip across the
Blsa Jiaoei vox, siuuem. i continent arrived in Asheboro
j; CHRISTMAS I
HAT batting on CbrUtmai
day lnaurea freedom from
fever and toothache during
the coming year Is one of
the old-tluie superstition
which still exists In France.
In Scandinavian countries
It Is believed tnat the pow
ers of evli are peculiarly
active on Christmas Eve, but from
Christmas day to January 12 are In
active. Among the Tarlous Slav peoples
Christmas and the beginning of the
New Year are commonly nulled tha
hibai juuh wt ....... .. v - cuuuiunL urnvmi in AKnnnm tyt . -.
f !North Carolina College, Greensboro, day. Mr. Allen was only a lad when ' VuLas "
$ i. Mn tX holidays with her k. ut A okK u. vjiristmas.
V . I, m rr .... i ... . i v. v aoucuviv, wuv I ao Hi ail V . . . ,
-: rLfl Ji. .-J Mm i P fViv i ,i , Mistletoe Is a comnarat vp v rxvnt
parvnea . . . picoui nieinunes oi ms cnuanooo in - , .
- Mr. and Mrm. Garrett Allen and Asheboro. favorite for Christmas decoration. In
littl dattgnter, Verna Gole, of Miami, i Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Byrd, of Rock ; tne E'gbteerith century rosemary, bay
Texas, axe viaitlng Mr. and Mrs. J. Hill, 8. C, have been guests of their i and hol,y were used.
3L Allen, of Aaneooro Koute 1. inis sister, Mrs. F. L. Brooks during the , In the Balkans it Is be'leved that
is their OKI visit to nortn Carolina nolidays. They also spent some time
, In two yeare and they will visit in the with home folks at Kemps Mill.
county icr wccm itciuic icvuiii-; air. james uovington, oi Kociung-
inr to Texas. : ham, was a visitor at the home of
Miss Kate Bulla is at home from Mrs. Mary Bums during the holidays.
"N. C. College, Greensboro, for the 1 Mr. E. C. Watkins returned to his
Chriatmaa holidays. ; home at Ramseur last week from a
Misa Liine ram, a student at tne "'8 ueer nunt in texas wnere he
Uational Cathedral school, Washing-.bagged three fine ones,
ton, D. C, is the guest of her parents, Mr. Irvin Cox, of Central Falls,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parks during the was in the city Christmas eve. Mr.
holidays. jCox and his father have retained an
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rich and sons, I interest in the Central Falls Mill
Lester, D11 and Leo were the guests Company and will continue with the
iof relatives In Troy this week. .business. Mr. Cox's many friends
Miss Margarette Wood is ill at the will be glad to know he will not leave
Uiome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .the county.
Clyde Wood, on Cox Street. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lowdermilk, of
Messrs. Elmer Rich and Henry Rich Newton, are the guests of relatives
-were business visitors in Charlotte and friends in Asheboro and at Erect,
and Statesville last week. jMr. Lowdermilk has had the contract
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lloyd enter- for the Newton High School building
tained the Junior Christain Endeavor ' which is considered one of the best in
Society of the M. P. church at their in the state.
home in bouth Asnenoro last Friday i Mr. Jesse Thrower, formerly of
.evening. I The Courier, now with the Charlotte
Little Reid Pool, son of Mr. and .Observer, was in Asheboro for the
Mrs. J. H. Pool, is spending Xmas.week end. !
iolidays with his parents and will re-! M. 1 w w - r . i
1 .! vi a e t i I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Craven, and
turn to school for deaf January 1. M , M. , r . , .
n.i nfi nf nr. Mr- an1 Mrs- Je Forrester, and
xij TmZZ V !sii . 'Miss Blanche Birkhead, of Greens-
7' J-.n SL nt "Sl'Lh S boro, spent Christmas at the-home of
..from an attack of pneumonia. , Mr 'an'd Mrs j w Birkhead-S.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burrow, of Troy, j Mr. Ed Hatch, of Hamlet, has been
are spending the Christmas holidays t visiting relatives in the citv during
with their daughter, Mrs. Talmage the holidays.
'Bonkemeyer and other relatives. j Mr. and Mrs. Bert Plummer, of
Mrs. Sallie Rush is recovering t Little Rock, Arkansas, arrived in
from a recent attack of pneumonia. Asheboro Monday for a visit to their
Mrs. Mary Jane Lowe had a right .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plum
lad accident last Friday night when - mer. Mr. Plummer is engaged in the
.her foot slipped and she fell down j furniture business and has been suc
the back steps at the home of her c?ssful in it.
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Bunch. One Mrs. J. L. Bolton and little daughter,
bone in Mrs. Lowe's shoulder was Annie, of Union, S. C, are guests of
.broken. Her large circle of friends Mrs. J. N. Bennett at the Ashlyn
will be glad to hear that she is doing Hotel.
fTiicely. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Moser and son,
Wallace Moore, the seventeer.-vear- Thad, returned yesterdav from
old son of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore, I Smithf ield, where they spent Christ- j
had the misfortune to accidentally mas with Rev. D. H. Tuttle's family.
: shoot off one of the middle fingers Mr. 0. J. Coffin, editor of the
-on his left hand while out hunting Raleigh Times arrivexl in Asheboro
-one day last week. i yesterday for a few days visit to his !
The teachers of the City schools brother, Mr. W. A. Coffin. j
-are at their homes for the Christmas
holidays as follows: Miss Margaret NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
Sparger, Mt. Airy; Miss Eva Bullock,
Rowland; Miss Alma Lassiter. Me-: By virtue of the power and author-'
chanic; Mrs. Daisy P. Mobley, Clover, ity contained in that certain mort
South Carolina; Miss Dolly Worth- gape deed, dated November 2. 1922,
ington, Winterville; Miss Callie Vun- executed hjr S. H. Murphy and wife
cannon, Asheboro Route 2; Miss Daisy Murphy to S. C. Clark, and by
Enolia Pressnell, Charlotte; Miss S. C. Clark assinjfed to C. G. Arm
Dorothy Hiatt, High Point; Miss strong, and recorded in Hook 200,
Elma Priest, Council Bluff: and Miss Page 342, in the Office of the Regis
'.Margaret McNair, Winston-Salem. ter of Deeds of Randolph county.
Miss Adna Lamb is visiting rela-' North Carolina, default having been
'tives in High Point. ; made in the payment of tlie indebted-
Samuel J. Crotts. son of the late ness sec,ure1 thereby according to the
"Thomas Croft nf Thrn. tnv.-n. , lerms ereot, the undersiene.l will
;tiin ont fn MUcUci; t-.ntv. , oner for sale at public auction for
rt ..-w... ..A.ua.io.uui,
two years ago, has returned to Ran-
to die onChrtstmas day Is of 111 omen
as regards one's place In the after
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
Pursuant to an order of sal here
tofore made by the Clerk of the
Court of Randolphcounty, S'orth
Carolina, in that special proceeding
entitled W. J. Scott et al vs. J. M.
Nrott et kl, the same being No. 424,
or. the special proceeding docket of
Jd court, the undersigned comnus-
isKiner will on the 2Vth dav of De- j
ctmber, 1923, at 12 o'clock, M., at the
court house duor in Asheboro, North j
Carolina, sell at public auction to :
the highest bidder for cash, the fol- :
lowing described real estate situate
lying and being in Grant Township,
Randolph County, North Carolina, ad- '
.joining the lands of W. J. Scott, G
S. Scott and others and being mors
fully described as follows, to-wit:
Kirst Tract: That certain tract or
parcel of land situate, lying and be
ing in Grant township, Randolph
County, North Carolina, adjoining
the lands of E. Whatley on the North,
the lands of Frank Cole and Neal
Cagle on the East and the lands of
H. D. Smith, Ashley Smith, William
Luck and Terrell Smith on the West
and the lands of William King and
Rufus King, Frank Cole and Neal Ca
gle on the South, containing two
hundred and thirty (230) acres more
or less, less the the tract of land de
scribed as second tract.
Second Tract: Beginning at the
Ash Corner, the Southeast corner
running thence the old line, North
ADMINlSTRATO NOTICE j
Having qualified as administratrix
on the estate of SalUe J. Hag-an, ae
ccaied, before D. M Weather!), clerk
of the Superior Court, Uu u to noti
fy all person having claims against
said estate to present to the unoer
signed on or before 5th day of Dec
ember. 1924 or this notice il: be
pleaded in bar of tiieir recovery Ail
persons indebted to said estate are
expected to come forward ai.u cake
Randleman. N. C. Route 1.
Ot-ja-l 1 -2y
At one time yonne men mJeht take
as many kisses from a maid as there liBei across the big road to the spring
were berries on the mistletoe bough.
The French have a queer belief that
bread baked on Christmas Eve will
beep fresh for ten years.
Only about a third of the world's
population has ever heard of Christ
mas, let alone celebrated U.
Bj THEX COOK ELIOT
(. 192J. Western Newspaper Union.)
branch; thence up said branch to the
corner of the fence in the branch;
thence a West direction to the North
East corner of the peach orchard;
thence along said fence to the road;
thence due West to the public road;
thence down its various courses to
the old corner; thence in an East di
rection on the old line to the begin
ning. This the 13th day ot December,
I. C. MOSER,
2t 12-20-23 Commissioner.
NOTICE OF RESALE OF LAND
Havir.g qualified as executor on the
estate of Mrs. M. A Purvis, deceased,
before D. M. Weatherly, Clerk of the
Superior Court of Randolph county,
all persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly veri
fied, on or before the 1st day of Dec
1924, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery; and all persons
owing said estate will come forward
and make immediate settlement.
This 22nd day of November, 1923.
M. C. YOW, Executor,
6t 11-29-23. Bennett, N. C.
Having qualified as Executor on the
estate of Thomas A. Slack, deceased,
before D. M. Weatherly, Clerk of
Superior Court of Randolph county,
all persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly veri
December, 1924, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery; and
all persons owing said es'at1; "ill
come forward and make immediate
This 3rd day of December, 1923.
C. C. SLACK, Executor,
Thoma A. Slack,
Greensboro, N. C
EGGS EGG 8 EGGS
11 Eft taaleai t
Never got su luuiy eggk, say Mr.
Hon er 1 wseu two boxes of
Bckucnamp Egg Producer and it
iiM-rrjM Hi) rgg upp!)' from 6
a iz lo liy
W. L. H.
15 tlfgt id 20 days
I two tRixc;. of your egg pro
Vjcer to m her.s and in just 20
iia - I got exactly 133 doten eggs.
1 r.e l.en:-.
C. R B.
I REE i PACKAGE
Kor a laii.te-. t:i:.e I will end pre
paiu 2 of rm large eiie $1 package.-
for Jl 00 P. O money order,
jr personal check accepted. Try
Bea..tBamp Egg Producer on a
separate pen of hens. Try it on
your pulleU ar.d moultii.g hen.
Try it on old hens that refuse to
lay. You will be debghted with
results Start every hen in your
flock to laying. Remember you
take no risk. If Beauchamp Egg
Producer fails to accomplish what
you think it should in 30 days, re
turn box and unused contents and
I will cheerfully refund money.
W. M. BEAl'CHAMP,
2238 E Baltimore St.
By virtue of the power contained in
an order of the Superior Court in a
special Proceedings entitled Victor
.Parker et al vs. Gurney Henley e al
OU don't believe In Christ
mas? The Christmas spirit
Is dead In you? Tou hate the undersigned
all this crowding to stores ori t!le 29th day of December 1923 at
to buy presents for friends, - o'clock m., at the court house door
in rt.sneuoro, i. oner lor sale lor
6t 12-6-23. R. F. D. No. 4, Box 155.
"He joined the Co-ops" reports
County Agent Kope Elias in telling
about one Mecklenburg arnier who
i found he would get over $400 more
for his cotton by having it properly
I graded by his own paid grader and
I sold through the Association.
relatives and acquaintances
who will certainly be crowd
ing to other stores, or even
the same ones, to buy pres
ents In exchange? The whole thing
seems so commercial such nn affair of
even exchange, and somehow obliga
tion that irks you? That is the way
But yon still have enough of the
Christmas spirit left to wish you didn't
feel that wuy?' Well, then, there'!
hope for you. oralse ha I
cash to the highest bidder the follow
ing described lands in Cedar Grove
township, Randolph county:
Tract No. 1: Beginning at a Red
oak and running south 42 chains and
85 links to a white oak; thence east
35 chains crossing the creek to a
stake; thence North 31 chs and 13 Iks
to a pine, Hammond's corner; thence
North 21 chs and 75 Iks to a black
jack; thence West crossing the creek
to the beginning, containing 235 acres
more or less.
Tract No. 2: Beginning at one of
One thing your state of mind tells the above named comers in Fugnoy's
me, although you are almost a stran? line running thence South on his
ger. Is thnt you have no children In line 24 chs to a black oak on the
your house. Children are certainly North side of swamp; thence East 39
necessary If one Is to be spontaneous l2 chs t(?, a,stak0e tLhence N(!rth on
about Christmas, year In and year out. "jlT t t0 3 Cr"
A . , ,. in, ( nr f other tract; thence West on
But lacking children, go to the toy de- gai(, ,jne 39 chg to the b inni
partment of a store and spend an hour containing 100 acres more or less,
a few days beforo Christmas. That Said re-sale is being made on ac-
n-111 be a remedy for Chrlstroas-weari- count of an increase bid having been
Esc 1752 PILLS
O Q O Bed Tim
will rlAanaA Th flvstpm nnrifV
Ed the blocd and keep you well.
Indigestion, Biliousness, etc.
which assures an annual return of
not less than 7 per cent
which pays an additional 2 per cent
annually when net earnings on the
total capital amount to 9 per cent
in a corporation under the direct man-
;.';emi'nt of a group from amoung
l he most successful executives in the
secured by one of the most modern
and best equipped weaving mills in
the South manufacturing a consist
ently profitable line of goods
IS WORTH LOOKING INTO.
For full particulars write
AMERICAN TRUST CO.
Charlotte, N. .
FRANK B. GREEN, Manager.
Ford the Florist
High Point, N. C.
Mrs. W. C. Hammer
for Randolph County
Phones 11 and 144
ness al' In Itself. You will? Fine!
Well, then, on the way home, fill
your anus with Christmas wreaths and
mistletoe, and when you hnve reached
your hnme hang them yourself. No,
don't hand them to a servant.
Then, then well, you won't need any
more remedies, except those your heart
placed on said former bid. The bit
ding will start at $2075.00.
This 13th day of December
C. N. Cox, Commi
Having qualified as administrator
For the Christmas spirit on the estate of Franklin G. Frazier,
. ,, ., , , eceasec , Deiore u. in. weauieny,
is the most easily Induced spirit ta il. g rjor Court of UaM.
i K . iL. U- 1 i i.: 1 i i
idMi, ii me niKficM iH'nier, at me
-dolph and has purchased the Arthur counnous noor at Asnenoro. Aorui
Wplhnm fo- i TV,oio Carolina. Tuesday. January 22. 1924,
Shin, and will enirai-P in farming Mr at 10:30 o'clock. A. M., the following
crotts married in Missippi and has
world. That is because It Is so vltaL
It's a reality, you see, not Just a state
of mind, but a reality that exists and
has only to be leaned towards a little
to envelop "u. And It's certainly well
worth that leaning. You know that,
QWtftcUy weill Well, then, lean I
described real estate:
'I A tract nr luirrol nf I'm. I in tltn
IfnnnK- nf Ron,llr,Vi i.r.,1 d..lo f
Mrs. W. A Gregory and little son. North Carolina, in Trinity township,
W. A. Jr., left yesterday for a visit and bounded as follows:
to relatives and friends at Roxb,., Beginning at a stake in the East
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davis and fine of the Old High Point-Thomas-children,
of Marion, were the guests vjie Roa, nt a ,K,jnt fppt South
?u lV B' Brook8R' family during nf the South line of the Old Trinity
the holidays. They also went to Road; thence Eat alonf? the North
nam' ::"e of lots 11 ami 2H, M7 1-2
Mr. Guy Fox has srld his garage in ;t to a stake in the Southwest cor
"?StTT 40 Mr A' C- Moton- of lot No. 10; thence North along
Mr. Fox will open a filling station at the west line of lots Nor. 10 and 3,
Leaksville. ;?15 1-2 feet to a stake in the South
Mr. Ed Hedrick killed a wild turkey line of the Old Trinity Road; thence
-on J. A. Holder's farm near Glenola, west along said line 282 feet to a
whilo hunting one day last week. 'stake; thence South along the East
Mr. Simon Fox has returned to line of the Old High Point-Thomas-Detroit,
Michigan, after spending the ville road, 91 feet to the beginning,
Christmas holidays with his parents, containing 70,430 sq. ft., more or less.
.Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Fox (The same being No. 1 and 2 as shown
Mr. R. Pounds, of Cedar Falls was ,on a map of the new sub-division of
visitor on our streets yesterday. ,tne Artisan Acres Ind, made by
, Among the visitors in town Mon- June E. Johnson and recorded in the
'Jay were Mr. E. B. Johnson, and two Office of the Register of DeedH of
'daughters, Misses Jessie and Annie Randolph County, and Sate of North
' -r - Y ... . w , . " 1 - 1 ; T I .. Tl . .. I. V . T
onnaon ana Mr. Hooson jonngon, oi i"'"'"1; V"1 ""u 1
inn uecemDer in, lyz.j.
S. C. CLARK, Mortgagee.
. C. G. ARMSTRONG, Assignee.
Have n larKc hunch of mistletoe
Ming In the archway. Hnve the chl1
dren guess the number of berries on It,
awarding a prize to the oue guessln
Sure, Santa IDas Here
The Southern Planter
The Oldest Agricultural Journal
50 Cents for One Year
$1.00 For Three Years
$l.r0 For Five Years
TWICE A MONTH
TWICE A MONTH
?;Kr. G. H. Bean, of Aaheboro Star
V jKouW, while In town Monday gave
I Courier a pleasant tall and
W i im, m vi. , I A. I
Mra. W. H. Berrr has made some
; tttractire cemetery designs out of
I ;i Mr. k
The annual meeting of the Farm-
papera flower., aid a number M"tna Fire Insurance Assoc..-
w ... t(AH nf 1 B mini nh minlv Ml PHlmt 1 1
wreathes were seen In the " 7" v','," .
m.i-. i meet January ine mi, ni
vnnnunn morning. r a i. t. .it
M. Otwell found a Ford urt house in Asheboro at 1 o clock
Wdster on the Asheboro and A. M a fun atten.iance oi me pou-,
. tireensboro road near the GuilfoH ,cy nomer, ""'-
nd Randolph county line Monday
: momnif. . Th xar had
ffinttika a I V,
""""l VII IV
S. L- COX, President.
C. E. ALLEN, Secretary.
I St 12-27-23.
-a,.. tytKHJSZJZzz-w miir lUefcia tLj
lolph countv, all persons having
claims against said estate are noti
fied to present them to the under
signed, duly verified. m or before the
22nd day of December. 1 1 24, m- is;
notice will be pleaded in h:r '
recovery; and all prr 1 ;aid
estate will come fo'-.e :.! nake
i This 18th dav of I cei; V r, :: 23.
J. A. COLTRANE. Ailmr.
fit ml 12-20-24 Guilford Cidleire, N. C
Building & Loan
Virtrt Marfti Fnlm Marri'L if
theway Lodle Morris, of Thoma n
ille, and Qarabal, Morris, of Mergan
ton. are trpertdtna the Xmas holidays
rith their parent, Mr. and Mr. E.
H. Morrla. .
Wis Louella Lowe, of Philadelphia,
OUR CHRISTMAS CAROLS
In pagan uay dauclng was usually
MANY HAVE APPENDICITIS ccompaDle'l by atnglng, ud later
DONT KNOW IT dsndng and singing contlnwd to go
I to ether, even In Christian churcbea.
Around the year 1200, howeyer. dsDO
lug was glren op, but the singing per
BUted. During the rlftnth century
Much so-called stomach trouble is
maUv chronic apnendicltU. This can
often be relieved by simple glycerine,
ii in rnait f i.wi VnnKan Mn. woww" in iinrini oi carwii
.,: f ' r ' r .7' t.v. Uut mut chM act on V on i - . . tt .
oui iew rot- the Christmas noil- - v t. oocuiar. ponicmsny m r-u.-vi .
"V?-,, ... IL0W!r. .L? ."i 1 ' rrmar. Tb. first crol printed
; ' Mf.-and Mra.' lowtll t Ba-. after "'l b" Roar's He.4 c.reO, which
TOKi n Chriatmaa day with Mr. and """ "' "l. ;r:L. 7: Uhi In 1021. and la atlll
The 11th Series of the Randolph County Building
and Iioan Association will he open January 1st. Ine
Association has been a -rent blessinff to its stockholders
and has helped more than 100 people to secure homes.
There are today more than 2300 shares of stock, and
loan approximate $100,000.00.
The 11th series should be the largest of any pre
Subscriptions to this series should be filed on or be
fore January 1st
Come in and join us and let us help yoii to own
RANDOLPH COUNTY BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
U F. ROSS, President.
T. F. BULLA, Sec
VfX BUnd. Drug Con, TU iW w
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