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1 U:Urt ty ALralam
LL-.Cvla to Lis secretary of avy,
C '-n Vi"", were aU ia HJUdel
I it ' -..4 auction last EttttTMay
1 r t- J each. One ef the letters
t- i of the Monitor. Lincoln Mid
u.at La "was decidedly f the-epia-i
-i thst the should cot go sky-larking
t p to Norfolk". LL Worden had told
l..a that tha Monitor could easily b
boarded and captured. ' In tha . other
letter, dated August 23, 1864, Lincoln
said that ha would be defeated on re
election by McClellen. A tetter in
which ha aaked for a "war stemer"
to cruise th Potomac and protect the
approaches to, Washington, , brought
lo. - v- r-
Las done the murder. Ka eye
baa aeea L:m; toe car has heard K'-n.
The aeertt la hi atrn. and ft la eHe?
Ah, gentlemen, that was dreadful
r.Ut's iici a secret can be eaii
sow here. The whole creation of God
kaa neither nock i or ' corner where
th guilty can beaiow it and say it
ia safe. A thousand eyes torn at
one to explore every
with the time and place; a theeesnd
"If e3 the farmers ef the .Ute
vhe trw com, cotton, tobeeee and
wheat, and sweet potatoes last year
had den as well aa the ewe thous
and er saore fanners who ' attended
short courses at the -voeationai as
rkultmrel eiirh eehoehv they would
kava Increased their income ky neer-
L5 LU i i-S-MT crnts
THE minute yon feel a little
i I under the weather, get hot
A ' tie pf . Gude's Pepto-Mangaa.
Don't wait till, you're down sick.
Take Code's as a' preventive of ill
nes it will enrich your blood, and
LuUd op your energy.- Your org
fist has it, in both liquid and tablets.
Frw Trial Tableb SLf2SS2
j at of GuW Pcpte-IUnaan, writ today
te saMKM Trial faekaa ( Tabtata. Bm4
o aoHr iiatMw and addnsa. a
Si, J. Bnttmbach Oo 44 Vina BU, N X,
;rv one hundred and three millions
re every maiv every.. f doUmrt- declared Roy H. Then
drepmstanee ewinected,, of luieirh, SUte Supervisor , f
weome ana piece; ! Agricultural Education, ia announe-
catch every whisper; a thousand i... .JL,hi vi-k
excited minds intensely dwell on the-J, foT winter. - Mr. Thomas
."TT TT ..iP1 - "a asserted that the fanners ef the
ready t kindle the slightest ereum- $bUe. tw hundred vend
stance into ;a blase; of discovery, twty million dollars annually '-for
Meantime the guilty soul, can ; aet, imported foods and feeds and 'the
keep -its own secret. It ia false teli-.,-- t-c- .j,
itself; on rather, it feels an irressrU- v.d bM possible' durine- the neat
AWLT XOL'sl TOWXT
Last week's issue ef the Nectkl -A las ackeol teacher ased to taack
Carol fan ladaathai Seview give a the- edict to get the. things sunst
rrooK mt asm f the alana and in t mii ta aula a atan at the srhetd
fdnstrial actaritiee. going forward ia beMdlng, ef the school yasd, the ef
tne amercst ciuaa,,. Among , them tae serial aistnct;. Z tne townanip;
am r . ' f.; v-, 7., iceaaty. etc. J and. to get taed, definite
rMuWJiIn f MUrml aauLnaa- ideas a to distances and direcooas
to he erected; plana made for erection always, get ,Uat information
ef pew entoa station. . t -;lwaicn m au m j .... ,
'jtoeUnghainCoatraet let for con- L52S?? S naonU iTSS
stroction of Mfll No. I of Hannah tbur ommaaUT' t 4
piwirt k.. rvS .eommuiuty can answer most ef the
riekett . company, to nave - Z&flOQ ... ; i ,n k. M
looms: 150.000 ap- ZrJSTZ. ZrrTZ
ta the . various
toJmPr0Mde!f 1f,b J o the ve crops would
to itaelf.It.labo wider iU guilty' 4own this bffl for outside
poasession, and knows not what to do Bct- bv half,
with it -Tfca human heart was -not l
made for the resistahce of, such an "Last year," asserted Mr. Thomas,
inhabitant.' It finds itself preyed on, "over two thousand farmers in sixty
by a torment, which, it dares not ae- communities stopped their work
knowladm to God or man. A vulture long enough to attend short courses
ia tommrina-ii. and it can ask no at their aarricultural hic-h school In
Bvimathv or ' assistance either- from order to learn better methods ' of
hftamo. or earu. - ine secret , wmcn kivwuik weae crops.. . inai me
the nwrderer possesses soon comes courses were well worth while is
to. possess him, and,. , like the evil shown by the increased ' income of
spirits of which we read, it overcomes this group of farmers as compared
him and leads him whithersoever it with what the farmers of the State
wilL r Ha feels it beating in his heart, as a whole did. Ab a result of put-
rising in his throat, and demanding ting into practice wnat they learned,
disclosure - He thinks .the whole the short course farmers made 16.6
world sees it in his face, reads it in more bushels of corn which brought
his, eyes, and almost hears its work- $14.77 more pef acre than the aver-inpfl-.rin
tha verv , silence' of his age for the state. The short course
thoughts. - It iuis becom ehis master, farmers made 105 pounds of cotton,
it betrays. his uiscreuon, it breaks pounas oi tobacco and 108 bush
down His courage, it conquers pis els more or potatoes to the acre
prudence. , When - suspicions from than did the farmers as a whole,
without begin to embarrass him and Plans for the short course work
the net of circumstances to entangle this year already are under way to
mmmmmmmmnnmmm bm gtjU greater, violence to burst forth. ' agricultural high schools. During
must be confessed; it will ne con- months of January, February
sed. There is no refuere from con- and March the farmers in these
feasion but suicide,,, and suicide is communities will attend from ten
confession. Daniel Webster, in the 10 hfty lessons to learn how to im
White murder case. Jt prove their various farming opera-
I' .I ' 1 tions. The courses will be given by
i According to the report of Mr. J. H teacn of agricultural as
S. Ridge, special census agent for listed by men from the State Exten-
Kandolphicountyj 1,880 bales of cot-
J5werB.eI5nea m county qunng "At the request of the State Su-
vaiA up to JLiecemoer is, as compared pervisor of Agricultural High"
with 1,047 bales ginned in 1922 up Schools, the announcement was
Tome and Blood Enriches
propria tod for erectioa of building for fT v1--a
ffha'" MWifSiU eubnutto their p-pO. the fol-
Lnmberton construction of new ! WKa tk first nattier was T
First Baptist, church making rapid
Thomas vilk Two-storr S12.000
brick building : under construction;
Cunningham Brick Co. purchases 1,
485 acres in Conrad Hill township as
site for large slate brick manufactur
Winston-Salem Construction o f
modern union passenger station un
When did he-settle here?
When was it incorporated T
Who named the town and how
it get its aamet
Who waa the first executive?
Of what denomination was the
first church and when was it built?
When was the first
The PviseratW E
,Peea Kj la 7Ukaa
Ipreeaative rhris J. GairatL
Dnociatknilnrtrr leader a the
Honse ef Bepjresentatrva, is ff
iaed by ki kepuhlicaa ppats a
Xfldent. and : powerfuL: but
kmdly. otos, cectoatia W
eeuragaona. The. zauosnng tribat to
foiigfeeimsa Ganett was paid tohiaa
in th Heuse, December K, by Be pee
aeatsrh Longworth, Bepubucaa
I rise to congratulate my coueagua
on the Democratic side of the aisle,
aad in so doing I am certain I repre
sent th sentiment on this side ef to
aisle, upon their wisdom' in having
selected as their leader the gentleman
from Tenessee, Mr. Garrett. (Ap
plause.) He is eminently equipped
for the leadership of a great party
courageous, kindly, good na tared, a
splendid parti men ta nan, a profound
, student of economics,- and as my
friend from Illinois (Representative
school estab- Henry T. Rainey, Democrat) auggesDi
preeminently an nonesi man. i am
THE HOME NEWSPAPER
When was our post-office estab- sure that his selection is one that will
If there is anything in your town
worth talking about 10 chances to ""J-
In putting it there. Lf anybody be
yond the walls of your burg ever
learns that there is such a place as
Asheboro and Randolph County it
will be through the home naDer.
Every town jrets its monev's worth i
through the home newspapers. It's i j,0 B the
the wagon that carries all your goods t What
"J?" - " ou?,1 w ?e Kepl ?n, Asheboro.
. .cl'lr' ll pay w grease it,
paint it and keep its running gears
in good shape and shelter.
They are the guardians-and de
fenders of every interest, the
lished and who was the first post
What is a fair cash valuation of
all the real estate in town ?
What is our present tax rate ?
How is our public school system
What is our present population?
Who is the oldest male resident
and who is the oldest female resi
dent? Who was the first child born here?
Who is the most persistent town
cultivate the friendly spirt which
should prevail, particularly in the ses
sion to come. I ean say in all truth
as a result of our twenty years' ac
quaintance, Finis Garrett is a scholar
and a gentleman."
Representative Garrett was the
unanimous choice of the Democrats
for the difficult post of minority
leader and received the full Demo
cratic vote for the Speakership of the
you done for
runners and pioneers of every move
ment and the sturdy advocates of law
Report of the Condition of
THE BANK. OF RAMSEUR
at. "RjamnAiir in fr.h Rf jt"A nf "Nnrth
fore-1 Carolina, at the close of business,
December 31st, 1923.
Loans and discounts.
iLibertv bonds. II. S. I.ihertv
We wish to thank the good friends ! bonds 30,550.00
and neighbors through The Courier , Banking houses, $2,4w0;
Card of Thanks.
to the same date.
:? JrVlhen of
1 $Zi fjvli tests jyjhich every
: sound investment must stand
-Security of income
reliability of the concern-
.made by C. B. Williams, chief of the
Agronomy Division of the Exten
sion service, that the following men
from his staff would help the teach
ers: W. F. Pate and E. C. Blair, on
soils and fertilizers; R. I. Winters,
S. W.. Hill, P. H. Kime and G. H.
Garren on crops. Those schools giv
ing short courses in swine produc
tion will be assistei by W. W. Shay
of the Swine Extension Department
and Dr. C. A. Wolfe of the Division
of Plant Diseases that attack the
Washington State ; Pays More In
Tariff Taxes Than In State and
Federal Taxes Combined.
sponsoring the proposition
: r Alamance First Mortgage 6 Per Cent
, - , .
( Gold Bonds wiU stand any test These
- bonds are secure by weU selected prop
erty. Valued at more than the amount of
r , v, . - ' tj t ill 4kt
' . the loan. ; .They make the best form of an
; investment f of smaU saving or whole
' '"i i ' ' - 1 A . ' . . .
',,.,;,,, .-.'TV- Cfl,,'f
::rncc & Ucal': Estate Company ";
Capital and Surplus $350,C 3.CD
H ur I. nton, North Carolina ;
The people of Washington State pay
in the form of income and profit tax
es a total of $10,742,417 a year. That
is at the rate of $7.91 per capita.
Their State government costs them
$15.80 per capita, annually. These
Federal taxesvnd State , revenues
combined represent a charge of $23.71
yearly for every man, woman, and
child in the commonwealth.
The Fordney-McCumber tariff takes
from the people in Washington in
higher prices for what they consume
in the way of food, clothing, and ne
cessities of every kind a total of $51,
821,400 each year more than it gives
them in gains. This tariff is a tax of
$38.20 per capita which means that
every man, woman, and child in
Washington pays $14.49 more in a
higher cost of living because of the
Forney-McCumber law than they
contribute toward the maintenance of
the State and Federal governments.
What the people of Washington pay
to their State and to the Federal
Government helps to provide for the
building and operation of their
schools, the construction and upkeep
of their highways, the protection of
their health, the safeguarding of
their lives and property, and the pro
motion of their moral and material
What the people of Washington
pay in tariffs on their necessities goes
only in email part to .the Federal
Government, and none of it to their
State. Only 12 1-2 cents of every
dollar taken from thenvfinds its way
into the Federal Treasury. The re
mainder 87 1-2 cents is taken as
toll by special interests, combines,
and . monopolies for which the Ford-ney-McCember
tariff waa enacted.
IN RALEIGH JANUARY 14TH
f or Jpeirs many deeds of kindnes
shown us during the illness and death
of our husband and father, Mr. E. D.
Mrs. E. D. and J. W. Brower.
Reserve District No. 5
Charter No. 8953
, It port of the condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Asheboro, in the state of North
Carolina, at the close of business on
December 31, 1923.
Loans and discounts .... $437,443,041
uverdratts, unsecured . . . 82.46
U. S. Government Securi
deposited to secure circula
tion (U. S. bonds par val
ue .. .. .... $50,000.00
All other United States
Other bonds, stocks, securi
Banking house, $30,879.11;
iurmture and fixtures,
a - $12,500.00 43,379.11
Lawful reserve with Fed
eral Reserve Bank 31,150.03
Cash in vault and amount
due from national banks 150,933.45
Checks on other banks in
the same city or town as
reporting bank (other
than item 12) 697.25
Total of Items 10 and 13
Redemption fund with U. S.
Furniture and fixtures,
All other real estate owned 3,000.06
Cash in vault and net
amounts due from banks,
bankers and trust com
Cash items held over 24
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice that he will appy to His Excel
lency, Cameron Morrison, Governor
of North? Carolina, for a parole. He
was convicted of transporting and re
ceiving liquor at the April Term,
1922 of the Superior Court of Ran
dolph County. Any person obiectine
to or protesting against the said pa
$272,783.96 role will please make their objections
33,505.00 known or present their protest to
None His Excellency, Governor Cameron
Morrison, on or before the 1st day of
This the 1st day of January, 1924.
Randleman, N. C.
I. C. Moser, Atty.
Capital stock paid in ... . $25000.09
Surplus fund 18,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur I
rent expenses and taxes '
Deposits, subject to check
Demand certificates of de- I
Cashier's checks outstand- '
Savings deposits 233,517.81
Accrued interest due de
... , TAKE ' '
HJ Eat. 1752 PILLS
QOROQ sJ M Tsk
will claanee the syatam, purify
the blood and keep yon waU.
For Constipation u
Indigestion, Biliousness, t4.
, . Entirmfy VigufbUk..
Treasurer and due
U. S. Treasurer
At a recent Joint meeting in Ral
e(gh ef ' representatives of State
Farmers Union, State Federation of
Labor, Locomotive Engineers, Fire
men and Engineermen it was decided
to call a political conference at Ral
eigh January 14, 1924
The object of this -conference Is to
perfect State and local organisation
with officers and a platform, so that
farmers and laborers can participate
In the present parties to select candi
dates that endorse the conference
( A. DELIGHTFUL ROW
"My wife had suffered from stom
ach and liver trouble for many years
and had taken medicine enough to
sink a ships so when I brought home
s bottle ef - Uayrs Wonderful Rem
edy, on the-edvice-wf-niy -employer,
she refused to take it tHer liver
trouble hadnt helped her disposition
any. We had a big row, but she
took K the next week. Her ailments
bare all diaappaared." - It is a sim
ple, " harmless preparation - that re
moves the eattarrbal mucus from the
Intestinal tract and allays ths Inflam
mation which caanee practical! y all
stomach; liver and Intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis,'' One doae will
Convince or mny trfondwd.' '
For sals by Klandard Drug Store
and druggists everywhere.
Capital stock paid in .
Surplus fund 50,000.00
Undivided profits 4,745.98
a Reserved for interest
and taxes accrued $1,000.00
b Reserved for Deprecia
c Less current expenses,
interest, and taxes paid 6,495.98
Circulating notes outstand- I
Certified, checks outstand- I
Cashier's checks outstand
Total of ltmes Z4 and
Demand deposits (other
than bank deposits) sub
ject to Reserve (deposits
payable within -SO days):
Individual deposits subject
to check 220,682.31
Stats, county, or other mu
nicipal deposits secured
by pledge of assets of
this bank or surety bond
Total oi demand deposits
(other than bank depos
its) subject to Reserve,
Items 26 and 28 $237,586.67
Time deposits , subject to
reserve , (payaoio alter
80 days or subject to 80
days or .more notiee, and
Certificates of deposit (other -than
for money borrow
ed) ......... 400,603.80
Other time deposits .... 41,868.84
Postal savings deposits .. 469.02
Total of time deposits
subject to reserve, items
82,84 and tA $442J29.6
Total ...l '.... ..i.-.. 1840A8&.&4
State of North Carolina, County ef
Randolph, ss: - ., f
I. John M. 'Neely. 'cashier 'of ths
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the soots statemtnt is true to
ths best ef my knowledge and belief.
JOHN If. NEELT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the, 6th oaf of January, 1924.
i . E H. MORRIS,
!; .-'. NeUry Kbits,
. Corre--AUett , ,. . '
v w. L ward.' sa ,rirr
''.-; HUGH PARKS ,v.
, J. 8. IXWia, yA7 '..
State of North Carolina County of
Randolph, January 4th, 1924. !
1,'E. B. Leonard, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear!
that the above statement is true to!
the best of my knowledge and belief. 1
E. B. LEONARD. Cashier. i
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 4th day of January, 1924.
W. M. LEONARD,
My commission expires October
E. C. W ATKINS,
A. H. THOMAS,
E. J. STEED.
Break them now before they
lead to more serious trouble.
Dr. King's New Discovery
tops coughing quickly by
stimulating the mucous
membranes to throw off
has a pleas
ant taste. All
Fire damage in the city of Greens
boro amounted to $161,886.36 during
the year 1923.
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