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Jan. 10, 1924, edition 1 /
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"Thusay, January 10, 1924
"' . iir. Clyde Hendricks has purchased
T lot on Graystone Terrace and ia
" -jlacir.r material on it for the erec
tion of a handsome TeaMenee. -Mr.
and Mrs. Hobert Hancock haw
-moved ia the Clyde Hendricks how
in East Asheboro with Mr. and Mr.
Bob Swaim and !'are,Mloinf gk
' .. housekeeping. - -...- -
sMr, and Mrs, Elsie Brown, -who
. ""3iave been living fa one of Mr. J. M.
- V Caviness's houses to East Asheboro,
' .have purchased house and lot from
, iix -Sheriff Brady on ., Dixon - afreet
- -and have moved there. '.J'H;v
Mrs. D. 1 Siceloff, died t the age
-of "72 years in Lexington at the home
' .... of er son, u: at- oicetou, jbiuk;
" T - 2nd, following an illness of two and
, hajf Mka- ;vJ. &4Z:r,
Miss Mamie Ellla,' of Mfflberoy who :
'ds teaching in High Point thia -term,
'A recently visited Mrs. a, E. Push, on
s- Salisbury street -'1 --
Mr. and Mrs. S. IX Surratt and ht
V . ' tie daughter, Euniee of Mechanic,
" - -were in the city Monday.: They have
- t nice lino of pure bred white Wyan
1 V otte chickens and have an incubator
n "nd brooderfrom which yexpect
-to ship ' number of chicrcnKT . Mr.
" Uuid Jure.; Surratt expect to establish
" - poultry farm and make an extensive
. ' business of xiif
' ' Mr. Benton Ellis, f Mfllboro was
t - V I business visitor here last week, c -
, Amonglthe names of Randolph and
v 3 Montgomery citisens. drawn to serve
" " -on the jury t the regular term of
, " United States for the west dia-"-
.' 'North Carolina, to ne-eon-
" '""-, -vened in Greensboro, January-28, are
-the followin: Messrs. M. E. a Allen
i ? ma Walter .ohhina. Asheboro: J. O.
' J,Xearns. Farmer; John - F. .Hughes,
't rv. Fullers; W..M. Coble, Jr., Seagrove;
;i. I- f W. B. Millikan and H. O. Baker, Ban-
' -Jioman! Frank Hulin. Martin's Mills;
E. R. Wallace, Troys w. J. ugn,
5 irlMBnf'Biid'on lames,
--of Raleigh, -and Mrs, Paul Wheeler
Vnd sister . Miss Sudie Brown, of Dur
. ham, . who- spent the holidays with
,' their fathet and sister and relatives
"on Asheboro Boute 1, have, returned
yto their honjes. ' . '
-Mr. 0 M. Henry and family, Mr.
lu John' Brown and family, Mr. Ulsie
Brown and family of Asheboro, were
".recent visitors of Mr. Isaac Brown on
Aahp.hord Boute 'L-"':..'-.'"V"-
Miss JBelen Ferree jeturhed to her
'OToine at Skiatook. Oklahoma, last
-week after ten day's visit to rela-
-tives in Asheboro.
' 1'intf,1ton. V. B. JlcCrary j atod
xtr T. H. Reddine motored toi Mt
' ziiio. RnnHav where thev sDont- sev-
' eral hours with their brother Mr. Sam
WalkervwhoJhas been 11 at -Mercy
-v1wspital Charlotte, for several weeks.
- Mrs. Wm. C Hammer attended the
v-n.M.winter meetinflr of the ' North
Carolina Press Association at Pihe
' : hnrnt Thursday and Friday of last
' - .Mrs' 6llie Presnell and little daugfc
- ter,. Dorothy, returned Sunday, from
, two weekV visit to Mrs. Presnell'e
tinnta in? Richmond.
Jr Mm Johni T.! Moffitt and Miss
Varv Moffitt. -who are teacLing at
(fTWUkesboro thiaiWjnlejt.. were at home
V ' -aeveral tlays last week- oeiore resunv
.3nr their work fot-tne sprme; term.
' - Miss Lucile Morris returned the
Hirst of thU week to Thomasville
i 'where she is a teacher in the City
c -' Mr. W. B. Ferguson, a former resi--dent
of Asheboro who is now located
t Lexington, was in town Saturday
..rv-fnm xnm iltr. . ' r
v ' Born to DT. and Mrs. Roy T. Hod--rin.
Januarr 4th. a daughter.
'.- Mrs. E. 6. York and Mr. Walter
'-York, of Randfeman, were in town
Saturday- on tmalnese.
..! ;-vcy, ef Ki.ra Ae'e
i a tt lut fr:ay uth'
'0 i-'jBd. : " - . - .
A- Le&n, f Fisgaa was a
Asheboro Monday. . . - -i
Clarence Rnjh has accepted a
pot:iioa as book , keeper with the
Asheboro Mvter company." Mr. Sash
has bfcen conr.ec'.ed with the Soathen
Crown hLUing company for. the past
thirteen year.. , ; 'i"-,-': ,
-Miss Anna Glade Ingram, the 'it
tie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Ingram, suffered a .fractured wrist
last Sundsy afternoon. Tho- t little
girl became frightened at dog and
rah across her. parents - lawn . oh
nortn. eayetevuie street, tbe acci
dent , resulting.. Dr., Hunter set the
arm and the child is den welL. "
- nr. James U walker, agent tor
the Jefferson. Standard .life Insur
ance company, of Greensboro; -t paid
to Mr. Walter E. Yow, administrator
of the estate of his brother, Mr Har
vey Yow, on last Monday morning a
cneck for S2000 as payment of pel-
iey'No. 8770.- The policy was for
91000 but accidental death doubled
the - indemnity, The- check - was - re
ceived n Asheboro just a week after
tbe runerai of the yonnr man. : r.i-w
Misa Nan Williamson of SUr. was
DrougncTo - juemoruu nospitai one
day last-week, suffering from a badly
sjinunea amue. v
Messrs. B. F. Brown, and Y&
and Artemus SeotL of Erect
in town for the Farmers' Mutual Fire
insurance meeting Monday.
" aar. i. a. vox, Kamseur Route 1,
while in town Monday gave The Cou
rier a call and renewed the subscrip
tion of his father, Mr.-J. C? Cox. Mr.
Cox said his father was 75 years old
and had never had a doctor until re
cently. Mr. Cox has been a sub
scriber to The Courier 62 years.
mnw jumie may Jiean, of Central
f alls, is at home much improved in
health after taking treatment in Dr.
Wilkerson's hospital at Randleman
Mr. Lee Royals, who hnn hAn ill
for some time continues to be con
fined at his home In Trinity township.
o. a. voitrane, oi Asheboro
Route 1. was a visitor in ttwn HTnW-
day. ... .
Mr. J. H. Palmnr. nf fha I1-
store works, Albemarle, was in Ashe-
ooro Anesaay. Jttr. rslmer has erect
ed some nice monuments in the Ashe-
noro cemetery within the past few
months. : ,
A special election" for purpose of
uthorizin? the issue of ska nnn nn n
bondVto be used in enlargement, al
ternation, hnd equipment of the
graded school building will be held
?SiTeJ:ou J10?,6 Tuesday, March
18tn. Mr. C. L. Scott is registrar and
the registration books will be open
feornary 14th to March 8th.
At the close ef the big co-operative
merchants' community sale in Troy
last Saturday. Mr. C. T. wfr,r,ii,'
kietlHro wo Jrise,of aset oi
iBunees.i ? --4 iT .
- oiuimcu teas irom
the effects of the recent cold wave
wan many of the towns of the coun
tryv..A number of Fthe citizens ' have
had bursted water pipes, but no ex
plosiomv Probably the greatest in-
ir5iuence.wM at the school where
it was impossible to maV f ho
comfortable and the children wem
sent ..home. Monday.. .The. Rrhnnl
buildin. rwhnn nm rAA wii' Zl
go u ii Aii-eijore o buwes tta
ctk. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant are liv
ing ia Jacksonville, Florid. .Hejbas
had a num ber of constructioa con
tracts in Florida during the past
three years, - . - ' '1 r
Mr! and Mrs.' Gem Boren - and
Mra, W. C ores, of . Greensboro,
are cnesUjftf Mrs. J. A. Snence to
day, .- t , I - .Tfti,
-is i" - ..
Ba4 CoeiaUasiws . Makes Iaprovo-
meaU School . BeMsaea Work.
.. ; Rock Shipping Proft table
f There were 7 deaths nJ tl births
m the town of Franklinrille -in the
year 1923. f.. . - v -.tftt-'
The road' commissioner has - com
pleted the widening and re-surfacing
of Academy street, near J. C. Manors'
residence,. . Our, streets at present are
in Kod condition and our commission
er Is planning a good program for
thb coming year' :v
Mr. W. R.T homas has shipped over
two hundred cars of rock to Greens
boro fa the past "three years and yet
we nave m ixw supply of rock and
sand for concrete and building 'pur
poses! ' - ! -"'Mi. " f -
Mr. Balf Pugh, of Providence town
ship, was a visitor here one day last
week. "-;, - ; '
! Born to. Mr. and . Mrs. Raymond
Wright; last Thursday, a little srirl.
Wm. McKinnon. of near Bennetts-
vUle, S. O, is -visiting Mr. C. 1 AU-red.-
Wm. Leonard, of Moore countv. is
visiting at the home of W. H. Wrenn.
Alex Nance has moved to Cedar
W. M. Kimey and G. K. Reaves
went to Greensboro one dav last
Mrs. Ames Burrow and rliiMrOn nt
Asheboro, were visitors here last
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hurley, of
Mebane, has taken charire of'Grovri
lintel XV ma 1 A A 1 . mff. rrL. '
ley and family with us.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Craven went to
Mt. Vernon Sorinsrs last wppt L , 3fli
The ifirst 'aeetinx 4l the riew 'veaj
ef the Friday. Afternoosi Club .was
held at the . home of Mrs. JL A SDence
on Worth, street, Three unusually in
teresting papers made n the pro
gram for the afternoon, ' with the
topic ."Crowding Memoriae" by Mrs.
Thomas Bailey Aldrkh. Mrs. L C
laser read an article "Other Times.
Other .Manners''. Miss Mabel Panuh
read aeveral, suwasing anecdotes and
extracts from the book. .Characters ef
some of the notable people .in the
book was given by Miss May John
son, After the program was over, the
hostess placed tables, around which
found seats and were
served fried oysters, tomato jelly,
cheese straws, watermelon pickle, hot
rolls and- coffee, followed by candied
grape fruit. She was assisted in
serving by Mesdames T. H. Redding
and S. B..Stedman.
the teachine staff
school since the holidavs.
Craven has charsre of the fifth irtaVi,
which was left vacant by the resisma-
uuu ui jura. .v.- i. xienson. :
Miss KIIm IfnAM nf rtioruii tr;ii
has resigned and has been succeeded
by Miss Mary Sherwood, of Randle
man, as music teacher. She will also
nave cnarge pi the sixth grade in
YanklinvilIe hgh school for 1 the
spnngt term, r
misses Mary Burrow, Frances Pres
nell, and Roanes went to Central
r ails Sunday.
Mr. S. M. Buie, of Winston-Salem,
was in town Sunday.
Mr. J. T. Buie made a trin tn Ttttr,
iham last week."
Mr. John W. Qark made a busi-.
ness- trip to Greensboro Monday.
jars. j. Harper Irwin, Jr., is spend
ing sometime visiting relatives in
Mr. W. A. Martin - has returned
from a visit to friends in Montgomery
' Mrs. John CI ' Huntmr Ir on1
Misses Helen Smith and Ruth Wick-4
er spent Saturday in Greensboro
shopping, s ,v v
Miss Lizzie Parks, of Asheboro,
visited in Franklinville last week.
Messrs. R. A. Davis, Jr., and W. C,
Grose, of the Franklinville high
school were business visitors in
Father of Seventeen
Mrs. Joe Forrester returned to her
jhome at Greensboro after a visit to
"Mr, and Mrs. J. W Burkhead on
outh Fayetteville street -
-r: Mr. John, Redding -who under went
am operation in High Point last week
-fo annendieitia. continues to Improve.
W cnecta to return the latter part
- Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Coltrane were
! "vjaitnra tn Greensboro Saturday.
i . " The colored Baptist church was de
stroyed by fire early Monday morn-
. "'nev I Services were held in tne
hureh Sunday night and it is thought
y i "the fire originated from Ore left In
'?T;?J. -- Mrs. J.i If.' ForresteT. of Greens-
, f ' s . . . ...
Txro, la 1$ .Asheboro this week as
:istlnBT tn .work at .the Bank of Ran-
lo)Dh. . Mrs. Forrester ; was -. for
v' "-number of years before her marriage
connected th the bank. . : .
,; - Mr. James W. Brower and - son.
; ISverettp of Steeds, were visitors in
.;"1bwii Monday. - ' .. ' . ' i. .
L.';7 Miss : Pearle 1 Brower, of Steeds,- is
..-visiting her , aunt; Mrs. A. L. Moody,
of AsheboTO,'.- .' .-; :;r;
' Mr. C G." Sommers, of Burlington,
wsi a business visitor . la Asheboro
. yesterday.' !" :i v,
Mi&a (.race Wood returned Tuesday
-from Winnton-Salem where she has
r -1een visiting Mrs. W. A. Talley. .-
Miss Esther Burgees, of Durham,
7 la the guest of Miss Lollle Jones. '
Mr. Frank Byrd left Monday for
Baltimore end ether northern points
' to buy his spring and summer goods.
llr. Henry Jones left Monday for
.v York and Baltimore to purchase
1 ( rpring stock of goods.
Mr. H. T. Bescher, of Randleman
T.mite 1, was business - visitor in
.A- t r boro Tuesday.
r'iKt Annie Cox, of Greensboro, is
-viHiting relatives m Asheboro ', this
Messrs J. W. Pugn and Dewitt
TJi hnrdson, of Climax Route 1, were
tn- incRu vimtor in town Monday.
I'r. Frank Stanton, of Media. Pa
r rriv-p-l ry AnhrSoro Sunday ana Will
) r- nr r.-'f I with the Central Falls
t i on.'rr the new management Be
f t ,n ' -r here Mr. Ftanton was
- 1 lth the textile millt ' in
t n . . : 'i ri'i U s man of wide ex
i ' bt, I T"lonliiI businens ability.
.,3 : t t ,n in iTendinr the winter
3i I i a, .4 l,i:t vili Join her husband
"n t fprii '. l: fj will make their
) o ia Aaiitboro. ' " '"
Mrs. C C. Cranford is at the Hit
Point hospital for treatment. "
Mr. and Mrs. . John Minnis and
children, of Monroe, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John. Ward.
Mrs. Robert Lewallen. of Central
Falls, was in the city for the meeting
of the Priscilla Club of which she is a
member yesterday. The meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. Gurney Millikan.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ferree. of
Aberdeen, were visitors in the' home
of Mr. 'aqd Mrs. C. M. Ferre for a
day or two last week.
Mr. Robert Bunch, who "was pain-ix. ,. . . , .
fuUy Injured In an automobUe wreck !North ?ar2"na'Q "! Comty,
nea? Carthage, k recovering at thew In The Superior Court
Farm Life Hoipital. WJ'E?l'JXri
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoover, of : "
TYlll V 1 i . f . . . Ot
nuwDon, nave oeen visiting mrs.
Aasen Coosty Farawy FnUs Toeag
' , Olo la Barn. . ;.
Mb Josiah Tyson, ef Anson county.
has an Bnusual famSy ef the feath
ered tribe tn his here. Some time
ago a-pair of beet ewta entered the
barn through a hole ia the gable. And
prepared a nest in comer between
the hay pile and the walL The owls
now nave two young ones, which ap
pear about ready to flv awav. Mr.
Tyson to undecided whether to cap-
tare the owieU or to let them fly
away. He says none of them has
bothered his chickens, so they must
be living on his rats. In this case
he had Better offer them special inducements.
Invitations are bein aent nut tn
the members of the Wadesboro Ad
vertising1 Club unrin? them to atnH
the Monroe Journal.
SUNSET READING CIRCLE
. MEETS WITH MRS. BARKER
Sunset reading circle met with Mrs.
Leo Barker, Monday afternoon at
three-Velock with thirteen members
present The class has twenty two
members enroueo, au oi wnom are
alive to the important worx.. of mis
sions. The class is studying Bible
studies on the book of Acts, with Mrs.
John Caveness as leader.
Mrs. Barker served delicious re
freshments to the members and three
AGED RAMSEUB CITIZEN DEAD
Mr. John L. Luther, asred almost
69 years, died at his home near Ram
seur en January 2, after a few day's
illness from paralysis. The funeral
was the following day, conducted by
Rev. W;- L. Scott, pastor of the de
ceased, assisted by Rev. W. A. Elam,
and interment was made in the ceme
tery at Ramseur. The many beauti
ful: flowers showed the esteem in
.which the deceased was held.
-T&t. Luther was well known as a
man of inteerity and hijrh ideals. He
reared,,a family of eight children,
A fow ,v,Qno V.wi. --jUsjrlWea wwm ..with his wile survive.
" 6 - vc uccu umuc a 1 Tlis-i
1 ... H,r,. -BMPfUttm:, Clarence . Luther, Ramseur;
iays... miss Jesse STii xr-, Min. nA Moo.
dames, Mary. Parker, Greensboro; T.
E. Burgess. Ramseur; Ralph Pugh,
Climax: Frank. Brown, Asheboro: and
Causey Pugh, Franklinville. One
,son, James, was killed in an automo
bile accident at ureensboro a few
He was a loyal member of the
,M. E. church for more than twenty
years. He was a regular attendant
at Sunday school and church even
after he became feeble.
Ben Davis, a 42-year-old negro of
Cherokee County, South Carolina, is
the father of seventeen children, the
oldest being only sixteen. There are
four sets of twins in the family.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
Hoovers mother, Mrs. 8. J. Lowe at
Asheboro Route 8. Mr. Hoover has
been engaged in the lumber business
in Orange, county for the past five
Mr. 8. Rice, of Washington, D.
C, was in Asheboro the first of the
week, the guest of Mrs. Bessie Rice.
Mr. Rice also visited hie aunt, Mrs.
Sarah J. Lowe at Asheboro Route 8.
He was returning from. Florid where
he has been on business. .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. 1 Gurney
Hoover, of West Asheboro, a daugh
ter,' January 8th.
i Mr. Jesse Pugh , was called , to
Mitchfleld yesterday to embalm the
Maude Staley, John B. Cole, Arminta
Cole, Florence Staley, Belle Brown,
Mary Humble, and M. T. Humble,
her husband, Sallie Rea, and Z.
M. Rea, her husband, Isabella
Steele, Annie J. Staley and - Wm.
S. Staley, her . husband, Robert W.
Thompson, Loyd S. Thompson, G.
. S. Green, J. S. Green, E. E. Green,
" Rezde Green, Zellie Staley,. Rosie
Staley, Luis Staley, Mary Mansfield
and Mansfield, her husband,
Wm. L. Steley, C. W. Staley, A. P.
. Staley, tJ. F. Staley, Joseph Staley,
and -ail other heirs at law and le-
V4. ,- .-. Ce TWa.. . .
Wt wish U thank all w kiadlr
ministered unto us during the illness '
and death of our dear mother ' and
grandmother; alto those who havo
sent messages of sympathy. We are
aot able to thank each one personally
but we appreciate every kindness to
the fullest extent
Mrs. O. P. Routh and Family.
Report ef the Condition ef
THE BANK OF RANDOLPH
At Asheboro, N. C, in the State oi
North Carolina, ut the cloje of busi
ness December SI, 1928.
Loans and discounts
.United States Bonds and
Liberty bonds 17,550.00
North Carolina state
Bonds i .
All other stocks, bonds,
and mortgages ....
Banking houses and furni
ture and fixtures
Cash in vault and net
amounts due from banks,
bankers and trust -em-
Cash items held over 24
Checks for clearing -. . . . 1,214.45
which assures aa anneal ret arm el
net less than 7 per cent
hick pays an additional 2 per cent
annually when act earnings en the
total capital amount to per cent
in a corporation under the direct aiaa
zenest of a group from amoong
the BMet seceessful executives in the
secared by one ef the most modern
and best equipped weaving mills in
the Sonth autnufsctnriag a consist
ently prof table line ef goods
IS WORTH LOOKING INTO.
For full particulars write
AMERICAN TRUST CO.
Charlotte, N. C.
FRANK B. GREEN, Manager.
J. A. VANDYKE
Salesman and Collector
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Capital stock paid in $21,400.00 1
Surplus fund 78 600.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Deposits subject to check,
Deposits Due State of N. C.
or any Offical thereof 14,416.28
Cashier's checks outstand
Certified Checks 11.80
CASH OR EASY TERMS
Reasonable Allowance on Old
State of North Carolina, County ofi
VrSX)'rTer of We have moved our bicycle shop
ISAIAH LUCAS. AGED MONT
GOMERY CITIZEN DEAD
Mr. Isaiah Lucas ' aged seventy
three years, died suddenly at the
home of Mr. George Cornelison at
Mitchfield early yesterday morning.
Mt. Lucas, lives at Allreds Mill in
Montgomery and was on his way to
Asheboro to visit relatives. He spent
the night with Mr. and . Mrs. Corneli
son on his -way up and was stricken
there. He is survived by nine chil
dren, three sons and six daughters.
His wife died seventeen years age. -His
body was taken to his home
for burial in the family burial
the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
trae to the best of my knowledge and
W. J. ARMFIELD, Jr , Cashier,
this 7th day of January, 1924.
R. G. Ferree,
D. B. McCRARY.
P. H. MORRIS,
J. D. ROSS,
to our new store on lot corner
of Waiman Avenue and Persh
ing Street, second street South
ef Hospital, Asheboro, N. C.
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Are on display and for sale by
J. C. Hammer, Asheboro, N. C,
and C Li AUred, Franklinville,
gatees of Wm. J. SteJey, Deceased,
body of Mr. Isiah Lucas, who '-died hereby required to take notice that an
suddenly, while on his way toAshe- action entitled as above - has been
boro. J ;'..'" . J'' InitJtntjkl tn the SumMat Court of
Mr. Thomas Birkhead, .who Uves Randolph County, -North Carolina;
near Bombay was Imocked down by that the purpose of the action is for
a ear driven by .Mr; t David Lofin an interpretation ef the last will and
Saturday "nfe .Birkhead has urtynent of the said Wm. J. Staley.
lost the sight of one of his eves and deceased, for final accounting tt
after hearing the signal of Mr. Lof- uid estate and for aa adjudication as
lin turned around and miscalculated to the rights of the pertiee to the
the distance and got in the way of ;real andWsonal -property owned by
the ear. His head was tut but : no the said Wm. J. Staley at the time of
serious damage done. . ; : his death, aU as more fully, 'appears
r. Mis- Mamie Bulls, after spending from the complaint filed. : v
the Christmas holidays with her ii I r AfnAntm aM fnrtv ntiA
ter, Mrs. LiUy Brower in AtianU has , that they are required to appear at
returned. -r.Vj v, . ,' . 3 the office of the Clerk of the Super
cneuon uirxneaa was vmtox, in lor Court of Randolph County, ft the
H wh IwIn8u.n.dyl V - ,7th day of February, 1924, to answer
Mr. M. IL AUred has been trans- or Jemur to the complaint which has
ferred from the run between Ashe been- filed, that day er within twenty
boro and High Point to Greensboro days thereafter as by law provided,
where he has been assigned to aim-, or the relief demanded win be grant
Uar position. . - , .ed. .
The Randolph County Medical As. This the 8th day of January, 1924.
sciation mt at the courthouse 1n .D. M. WEATHERLY,
Asheboro Tueaday afUmoon, Janu- 4t 1-10-24 Oerk Superior Cowl
ary lh at 1:00 o'clock with, a 1
number of physicians from ail parts
of the county present After an in
teresting discusdlnn of unusual cases,
the election of officers for this yesr
was held. For president. Dr. C. C.
Hubbard, of Farmer, was chosen,
vice-prealdent. Dr. W. J. Moore, of
Aiheberoi seereUry-treajnirer, Dr. W.
L, Lambert, of Asheboro; censors
were Dr. C Af Hayworth, and Dr. a
U. Sumner, both of AUbor.
WILFRED C CARR
11JU W. Market Pi, Creaboro,
N. C Practice United U the
ExaMinatin of ; Eyes and,: the
Fitting of G Usees. ... . -. .
Having qualified as administrator
on the estate of S. M. Underwood, de
ceased, before D. M. Weatherly, Clerk
of the Superior Court of Randolph
All persons having claims against
said estate are notifed to present
them to the undersigned, duly verifi
ed, on or before the 10th day of Jan
uary, 1925, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery; und
all persons owing said est?ro will
come forward and make inwodiate
This 8th day of January, 1921.
T. F. PUGH, Administrator.
Patronize Home Industries
Eat the Bread Baked
f ' ' County.
In Your Own f
Our Table Pride Bread and Biscuit Rolls
Will Stand All Comparance With
Any Bread Shipped In from
BUY AT HOME.
Visit Our New Plant
Next Saturday Coffee Cake.
luildins & Loan
The Hth Series of the Randolph County Building
and Loan Association will be open January 1st The
Association has been a great blessing 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.
' ' f The" 11th series should be the largest of any pre
Subscriptions to this series should be filed as of
Come in and join us and let us help j;ou to own
a home. i: ' ' ... '. '
RANDOLPH COUNTY BUILDING & LOAN ASSOMTO
L. F. ROSS, President
r T, P. BULLA, ScoTreas. ;
The Courier (Asheboro, N.C.)
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