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LlilE PART OF FASLM t MUMMT OF KING TVT FOUND
- ' - EACH TEA! ' ' - -
' sIh- V"! I TU greatest discovery tn the hls-
. Agriculture leaders ia North Cw-'.Ury of Egyptology, even, aa many
Una now believe, thai part of the fane ct'm 1 ercheaalogy, tu made
' should be limed year J -ryi. w a the plainly adorned' eepoichral
Kf fcaaaa sol . v "T lehamber ef lut-Aakn-Amea in - the
f" Nailer ef KJnn.
U-Srlwuif ,"" with sheets of solid -gold
poor, tha peonl, are poonvA iStiJiZ, ZZzYiZJZ
Hi"r-M .Lama nelpa in the.kmsr rr&nna U him nwixl t..r) .
52, o than toTfeTt
27J?..l!.a,Etk- Carolina- , it
dieted that sometime in tha near f u
tore lima will be handled at each rail
way station u much aa fertilisers an
now handled. ..The time cannot come
too soon .because many. farmers art
ow deterred from using the material
on of the difficnlt, , ob-
W W W W W WW
t near Paria Tenn, tella the 1
eory ox ner experience) as
ioDewa: . . . v -
, ft am 6S jrears old and I
hare been a practical ant
for nor than 20 ye&ra, tak
i&r moatbr maternitr eaaeal
One of my daoghtera auffered
zrom erampins as . . sShe
t ham to m ta hed. :
kmc. From thc-wakt down the
broad wmri of protecUTe rodesaea
meet acroas the Kneea to shield the
Pharaoh from dangers. J5
When the lid - waif raised the
mommycaee Via f onnd to be" cov
ered -with three thinckneeses ef Uneia,
browned with age. J This- linen when
rolled up disclosed to the bewildered
eyes of the. itecavatdn, . asia one of
those present told a J . correspondent
of the Associated Press,: "a : gleam
mg, -goiaenrmatt. . . - .
T The inummy ease standi m a cof
fin in what seems to be wooden
sleigh on which doubtless priests
araggea .it to tne valley of the kings.
Having qoslified as executor on the
estate of Tnomaa P. Milliksn, deceas
ed, before IX M. Westherly, Qerk of
uie oupenor voun oi juuraoipn coun
ty, all persons, having claims against
said estate are - notified to present
mem to tne unaersigneci, duly veri
fied, on or before the' 28th ' day of
January 1925, or this notice will be
pleaded In bar of their Tecoveryj. and
all persons owing '-said' estate will
eome forward and make immediate
settlement.- 1 ' . "V"
,r This- the 19th day of January; 1924.
. F. MILUKAN, Executor,
6t 1-24-24 Kandleman, N. C.
was recommended to her and
V l 1 1 A. -1 A.
U two bottles, when aha hardly
MILEAGE AND PER DIEM COUN
TY COMMISSIONERS AND .
ROAD BOARD COMBINED
knew that it was
suffered so little nam.
"My youngest dsughter
, wai rnn-down, weak and i
Oanww am tooseo luSS) sae .,
didat hava Ml of Mudl
Oksft Juat a walking skeleton,
' aa mmiw ana . urea u ae .-i.
i -tuna. II rtra her two- bottUa I
of cwdul. It huilt her np
and. she- began eatms and
soon gained in weight and
has been toQ since.- - ! - O
has helped suffering women'
for over fort vears. Trv ft.
J. T. Weaver, Chairman, 16
days at $4.00 . .
BOO miles at 10c . . ...... . ,
H. S. Edwards, 13 days at
226 miles at 10c
Lv M. Cranford. 13 days at
420 miles at 10c i
C. C. Cranford, 13 days at
U.00 ...ri..;.... :
E. B. Leach, 12 days at fLOO
3? Advertisers 'are' 'feschinir lessons
which nations rnight take to heart
If they would advertise to each other
we would have not-more want-Lird
'Mil -. . . -:." , ' f - : tj,
-II ' - wn-m -'0
0 -Xow Swings i
Ham flour has a lare amount,
Of fOOd Valnfl but itmnot h .
, comDinea; wim : gooal bakiriff
powder in order to -ntatottta
i . -j-'v v'. '' v;1-. -.
Most self rising flours are not
successful Jbecause they do not
raise the bakings tdlhe proper
lightness. This means a cer- ..
f - f tain loss of nutrition because ; - " r,
they am heavy and hard tor ,
, ; ; Every. tmw' eat'M thalv ' ;
:, does not properly digest you
r??''-:--iv- do not cet the full iMitrltfeialf i
' alueyou are over-taximr ' v :..
: ' ',v- , ' ywna NOTnishin2 and ;? -v-,
, ' ' T.i ' : -perfect bakinss are what good -
; 'i ' 'tcalth demnnda. The one sure -'..K---tev&.zpi$srA
xrzy is use pure flour- and 1'
-"f. "7?? vj-rooa buldns powder, -.- .--t-.',.i-,v-,
: vXyi? 'eitv'slf yon want to find what thoo-'-T' i
;k l-$n&j:x3 cf .: housewives have iw-i-'
,;i yy,r .'.Ic.-rncd rko coma biscuits.- 'Il-
'.WP--.i'h n'fnsirr .Csur thca
.2 t'T"i V,.w.l fXj rl22t;-v
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& GJe&a Young, ho is weH I- ca
hi this county having been ose it i
leaders of te federal force t- rt
agsin&t draft evaders and moun-1
smser aunng tne war, is aga
making aimseii prominent U Eernn,
IIU egainst vwlatora ef the prohi-
Don uw. xounr u aa acknowledged
paid officer of the K. K. K. and haj
made it so hot for the bootleggers and
meonsmners of Williams county, 11L,
thst a new organisation called ' the
Knights of the flaming Circle has
recently , been organised to fight
Young and nis deputies. The situa
tion has reached a very serious stage,
and nas resulted m ' several - clsshes
between members ef both organisa
tions, and several hate - been K killed
snd wounded .in recent encounters.
The Adjutant -General - last Sunday
ordered out 4 two ' regiments ; ef the
Illinois Infantry to HerrJn to 'look
after the welfare of the pubhe.7 The
troops were ordered to 'leave' their
stanbns Sunday afternoon and ' they
arrived in Herra .Monday afternoon.
This. call for additional- tfoopa brings
the total number -of armed troops in
Herria and Williarasoa county up to
"At 2:30 uist'Saturdar jrhfcthe
city ef Herrin was in control of mem
bers of the K.- K. K. who'.natroUed
the streets: with guns and revolvers
and allowed no one to leave or enter
the city who was not a member of the
& K. Ki t The city nail was establish
ed as their . headquarters,;,1 anl - th
cause of the disturbance- is due to
the. fact that several members' of the
Herrin . police force had been stunted
out of the city, by. "the sheriffs offi
cers: , r The i trouble, started Friday
nigat wnen jusuce or tne reaee ea
gle.' of Herrin was- shot ' and killed
neat ai Herrin -hotel and soon R after
Deputy Sheriff John.; layman " jwas
shot and placed i'in t hospital Jn'"a
serious jTOndifaoiS.' ii Soon V after ; tha'
shooting of the deputy the' eheriff ar
rested three of the Herriri police -officers
and rushed them to Marion and
from , there to a point which was not
Known unui eunoay, njansmen gath
ered in several adjoining counties to
assist in holding Herrin. That Klans
men say that Cagle was shot by. 'a
group of men, , Last " Wednesday S.
Glenn xoong, dry workerand leader
of the klan, arrested E. a? Prick,
foreman of the Williamson countv
rand'iurv. UDon a chariret of nossesa
mf illict whiskey ik, his home.; FrickM'
home and declared; that he had been
framed.''. He. was taken. tf : West
Frankfort and ' held there Svithont K J
bail until the United States Commis
sioner ordered his release, in Order
that the Rrand Jury miirhr act. This
actions is said to have caused the
tense, 'situation which now, tjdstik,l
' Young-who is acting' as ' icnief o'f
police of Herrin --declares' that " the
police officers vrho were arrested hv
officers of the sheriff , had been kid
napped Jy, members of the' sheriff s
force:, Th sherif f idaima, that he
spiniea jne, T policemen away , rrom u '
uermt for their own f safety S after fev.
they had1 charged a meeting: ot the
new organization called Jthe Flamine
Circte,-' antlianti-klaH;A organisation. f
wnen xna snemt -was returning to
Jlemn after hiding the police officers,
in a secluded building near. Bellvllle,
111 he was arrested in Carbondale by
Chief of Police Adams. "He; was tak
en to Herrin by a speciaf force 6f of
ficers. " Young and "his special force
of 60 members of the TL K. K.1 found
out that the three police of fleers who
naa : Deem taken nway Trom Herrin
were located near Belleville. HL. and
after an all night search found the
officers and brought them back to
uerrm. r eeling has tees running
very high for several days but from
recent reports rrom Illinois, the state
troops and- tha -members of the dry
forces are keeping down trouble In so
far as actual fighting is -concerned,
but the situation in general is very
acute; f Mr. Young and his followers
have been tha .cause of -thousands of
arrests of violators of th inhibition
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1 NOW ma DAY IS OVER"
'..t-. ji.tf,,rl flu .Vu,t -. - -
(By Mies Henrietta Underwood, 10th
gradepupil in -Asheboro .
High School) - .
The Ev. Sabina-Barlng Gould was
born at -Exetay England, m January
28. 1834. He was heir to the manor
of Lea Frenchard. of which his an-
eestors had been lords for centuries.
He spent much time abroad, where he
studied rench and German Ufa and
literature, about which ha has written
a. great deal. n -tV":
In 1864 ha took Holy Orders and
served under Eev. John Sharp.1, hH
secared a cottage at Horluny Bridge,
where he conducted a night school on
week days and religious services.,; on
Sundays. , These meetings were - at
tended by large crowds. Tha follow
big year he opened a mission chapel,
with miners and mill workers for con
gregations. - He married a Horbury
mill hand, after - educating .her t at
York,- 'i.ii'vtA. .,.' f 4
His career aa a - writer was begun
at the age of twenty, while ha, was
still a student .- at - Cambridge, and
continued until 1323, when he publish'
ed his la at book, "A Demon Church
man".. He was recognized as one ef
the beet authors of his dxy published
many volumes of travel, fiction, folk-
lorn, my!' rcl Hon, and history.
i.ov, i :xi, j-Oouii, - however, is
1. 1 kno-jsa fur lis Yyv,.n, rerhsps
the moist p'"u!;r bfiing "Onward
CLr! n f ' .. ts- V Ich wHl be sung
c lor-j as is t:.- st service.
IlW 1 " ' , ii- '! 1. hi . i.ij, pjiHi ' ti.'.i'ini t'ji Jim 1 . . 1 .!,".'''" ; 1 " " 11 .
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v s eom
t f t.-Jnors
. poet, died
'ws came to Aahboro Monday af
t - toraiEg of a haute and barn four
south ef Eldorado. The proper-
! v that was burned was in chart ef
i. C. Elliott. Administrator. The Are
vas discovered about mid-night Sua-
day eight and this being a rural eonv
n.u:..ty wkh no firs facilities, the
house and bare were both completely
destroyed. 1 Tha fire was in the mid
dle of the house and the middle -of
the. bare at the name . time. This
arreuaed suspicion, and blood hounds
front Ashebore were called for, -The
dogs trailed to a pond near Badin,
and it is thought perhaps the person,
or. persons will be apprehended soon.
Tha community feel that the build
ings mast have been set en firs from
tha nature M ; the. origin af the fire, ;
s s: . J. i1 ' . a'vft' si'
h . BURIED ATCNION CfcOVB-
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-"The funeral an4 burial services' for
Mrs. D. H-Hancock, of High Point, oe
eurred at Union Grove church,' neat
Sea grove, Tuesday at 8:30-F."M.: u
' Mrs; . 'Hsncocka " 4eath. resulted
from a' brief ease of tmeumonia'-at
her home in High Point- - .
-The deceased; before her marriaee.
was, Miss Ellie Leland Parks, daurfi
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Parks,
and was bora - In Bandolph . ' county
May 14, 1889, she being- S4 years of
age. She was a woman with a lov
able, disposition' and high Christian
character and had many friends who
will learn of her death with keen re
gret She had been a member of the
First Baptist church of High Point
for- fourteen years. . - .--.4
t; She fs survived r; by' her ' parents7,
husband and five children' from; 16
years to three years old. . -f-!'.
HE WON THE BET
af aS medicine
t-fl araa akeotical
.Ajrm. A friend advised me te
tLX I cr iU 1 -re-War
"What the" average man. eolIar wan
take Kerr's Wonderful Remedy snd worth, expressed la lTlr
assured me it had cured him of his tag power ef ordary f
JtoWh troutla I didnt take any hfe,atood . Janaary tS. .W24. t
Sia Head ha bet ana 150 that it 60J per cent of us pre-war value, ae
tSiU J-coeasfal fa. my eordmg to the Ut, eompuUuan of ,
ease. He woTthe bet.- It is ain- ProWr Irving, l her. noud econ-
harmlees preparation that . re- waist,--This was two-tenths of 1 pe
SohaatahTmucus from tha cent less than on January 1. 1"
tatKstinaT tractaad allays the toflam-jUpat cent Jaas than on January U
mstioa which causes practically r alii 1921 .s., -. . . -
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,' Professor Fisher, calculated tha dol
including appendiciUa. One dose BnU;lw'a'vahia- ln pncea af 200 separate
con vinos or money refunded, I commodities fox tha weak, ended. Janu
Uy 25, 1924. Xhesa-eommodiuas in
NOTICEl -ICui- -.ft-' leressed fa priest br threa-tantha ct 1
,. Having qualified as axacuter ea the 'ner cent, and stood at 1UL. aomparssJ
estate of 8. E.'Kinyorn, deceased,
before D. M. Weatheriy, Cork of tha
Superior Court of Eaadolph county;
Ail parsons : having claims? against
said estate are notified to ; present
them to , the undersigned, duly .veri-
with the pre-war leveL i - j
Having qualified 'as
on tne state 01 4. v.
all persons .fwing said ,; estate - will
come forward and rna)ce.4; immediate
settlenient. V"'. .-'
, This 6th day of February, 1024.
r:., gO, P. SOUTH,' Executor,
6t 2-14-24 , Bandleman, N Q, Et Z.
Sanitation in the 'nog - lot. : 'means
that the pigs are more thrifty and
healthier, say extension workers- of
the'State College. ". ,.?
zu?M NOTICEl 1. .?t'
n4is imi'i i4 --jar! :
- Having qualified as administrstor
on thtf aetata of Mrs. Martha C Kiv
ett, deceased, before D. M.-Weatheriy,
Clerk of Superior Courts of Bandolph
county j All persons 9 having claims
against aaid estates mtth notified. to
present them to tha undersigned, duly
verified, on ,er before the 16th day of
February,li925i or this notice will be
nleaded in bar of their recovery; and
all persons owing- n said estate will
come -forward and - make, immediate
settlemenL rNvfWiiAiwlji 1
This 8th day of February 1924.
JOHN T. KTVETT, Admr., -;
ot pd..2-44-24,. , 5 Iilerty,Jff..C.B, .
ty: AU persons' having claims against
said estate are r notified . to present
them to thaimdersigned, duly- Tori-,
fled, on or before the 16th day af
February, 1925, or this notice will b
pleaded in bar of their recovery and
all persons -owing . said t estate -will
come forward and maka immediate
settlement ' ''M '1
This D'h day of February 1924. vf
C. W. HINSHAW, Admr; "
Kandleman, N. CL
H. M. Robbins, Atty. - J.t?M
6t jpi. 2-14-24. "
1 11 ssssesssasssasa. .
,', Four communities of Mitchell coun
ty have organized to grow J3ne car
each of early Irish potatoes. They,
will v buy fertilisers cooperatively
' plant,, harvest, and ship at same time.
Six other communities are now organ
izing on this basis and two others will
produce certified;' Irish . potato .seed
for eastern growers next yearv; re
ports County Agent E. D. Bowditch.
what you want
try Miller &
1aKAi3 I ITT"
! V l yyghkfeiffi buUding we have btiaiV c
thatwe may betto jierve our growing circle ojc f nendsj We- -
MYem''toTi8i itwheri .-you are h RichmondWe.
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brought together from nearly every part 01 the : woria, .ana we-;
nave told yoitojt iha'wonderfjU valw$ we cap; offer "because of I,
:':-bUjr;trem(&idpiup ii'.f, .
V It is not.the.intention o,Muler' &;lihoaas to tak husiies?,,
c;f rom your conumty .,iH to your local j
; mfcrchantsi If A la? P$ o4 yourtwantscan Wsatfic.-d by your u .- f, j
, or furniture store, in some cases wieycan serve you raf Better
than we'carLBut there are many things: that can WpurcWsed
to advantage only in sVlarge'metroTOniX
' "Esp'elanyirf'a8tyle ' m
pm Minpr & Rrinaa sarrveVno bH:ftirrMrrearionderits hi ""
is created flash; the latest news of fstyle changes!NeW. styles'. . . '
are hardly more quicM
& Ehbads. It is as thoughla hit of New!ybrk hacl beed picked . ' 1 .,
: , vim andset downbod4yhi Ric ' ,
. t. xu uie quail i. v uiu, vnrw:,. vi i uicrwiaxiuisc, vuu, , jajaucr oc
,?3lhs offer)iyb ,
.keep i our "coristantly moving sks replenished, thehf of each -
M i4smsi4ffMiiM4 wvt A Ir ass 4 vantinnf 4'v4nsi 4 TSTsMaV "Vi-vvTr snmr) aaaIi evoew
.-,.. fci i. uciiuuucukiuaui jiujuuh wijij w iwn jLvt ui4 vcmju jru i ) r X tie
t :7vr o,V.?MM.with.' local jrtaff pf buyers'who are constantly rL'- i '
It 'S$:Jbn the lookout forMew'.tbings.-Tojshop at M3)er & Jlhoadtis . -
-l.ioWe s,t your pleasure the serncet of s luge's of .experi-' , y ,
1 - -i '.fi- enced buyers and thetrexticndotis buying power of the greatest '"'" '"- r " '
if- department stow' in the SouOi. .V-v vv'Adf;": Vv"'u'
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