page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
t " '- '-f ."';- ! -
ISSUED WEEKLY. rTT '
;' ' " ...... sSfr
.volume xux' r-'.: ' ; -
PRINCIPLES, NOT ICCf.r.
-. jioo A YEAH IN ADVANCE,
iiWber, North Caieltoa Thereday, April 24, 1M4 ' !
; CLOSES HAY .1ST
REV. H. T. STEVENS .
av ' ,
HELD LAST THURSDAY
,vr$ ri, EON. CHAS. ROSS '
.. - -. . . -
' . : ,;
. - -
v - 1
; Hen Chai. Ross, of -Lillington, for
jaerly of Asheboro, fc a candidate for
t To The Democratic Voters of Ran-
3t ,do!ph ;Count; 5 .
til will greatly appreciate your sup-
tionr for Senator from this the twelfth
diatriets -V t ,, ? i
April 23, 1924.
To The Qtizens of Randolph County:
After: -having, talked with my:
friends from all parts of the county, '
and giving same serious consideration, I
I have decided to announce mvoelf on
a candidate for Sheriff of Randolph
County on the Democratic ticket.
If nominated and elected, I pledge
myself to uphold the law and perform
the duties of this nigh office in ' an
energetic and conscientious manner.
I will be governed by the results of
the primary of June '7th.
Asheboro, April 23rd, 1924.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sheriff of Randolph . County.
subiect ta the Denuxtratte nrinun fal
diWttlnV ft! w P'l Mr. Charlef RusseU and children,!
iduklE&i&l Pent Sunday
dolph County for the heartyjuppert . m&tW. 1
they gave me to the last election " J, r , T - . r j
I will greatly appreciate ny support UMfc nd Mrs. BroadweU of Wendell
that they may give me Jn thecomtasf '?wt''P";KW"ton.:.wrtkv;
election!', f? thelTdaugh MraJ PCflfci-
A. C COX.
a lie cuj ouuvuiiw luynux caiiui-t
.).. r. ti. r i t r !
. T ... H. 1 - It
dolph County, subject to the Demo-
cratic primary to be held on the 7th
day of June, 1924. j
I thank the voters of Randolph
County for the hearty support they
gave me in the lastelection, and I
will greatly appreciate any support
you may give me fa the coming elec
tion. LEE M. KEARNS,
Register of Deeds.
A beautiful home wedding was sol
emnized Saturday afternoon, April
19, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- 71.
E- Davis, of Sophia Route 1, when
their youngest daughter, Miss Minnie
Blanche, became the bride of Mr.
Emery Farlow. Charles Redding, J.
P. Officiated. The attendants were
Miss Edna Beeson and Miss Cecil and
Messrs. Walter and James Davis,
brothers -of the bride. While the
bridal party entered the parlor which
was decorated with flowers of . the
season, Mis ' Sallie Pearson softly
played the. organ . after the ceremony
a sumptdua supper i served to
about thirty guests, ', Mr, Farlow ' la
the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elwood Farlow with whom they, will
reside. Mr. and Mrs. Farlow re
ceived a number of nice presents. We
wish for them many years of happi
ness. " ., jUMJLt. ta J4,
FRANKLLNVH1E PLANS FOR-
Plans are now maturing for on of
the biggest 1 commencements ; ever
held in that place. The program con
- eiste of fonr night beginning . the
second of May ' and concluding the
i-ialght of May the fifth. . Commence
nr ment brirlna by the presentation of a
i . play, Kothlng But Th Truths
comedy fa three act by James Mont
gomery. ' This play 1 gotten up by
the high school faculty and students
and promise to b on of . th 3 best
part of the commencement, v '
Dr. Hubert M. Potent,-ef th Latin
Department of Wake Forest la sched
uled to drllw tJi library' addres.
May the thirl. Dr. J-oWt ha; a
very wMo reputation amonat tli Peo
ria of the iit as Loin? a speaker of
-interest and power, the i rank-
llnTi!o r "mnrmlty S !s rurally
nonorta in be in; aue to stcura hi
J services for Oua ocejiiori. Sunday,
May th fourth, Dr. W. D. Mom, t-
u wt 01 ui nm i'nnyunnri ehurrli t
CllKPOl Hill Will deliver t t,aer!:, j-
- pfrmon in tne i:nn-uut j ,
""; "I chnrrh to tfie gradaating rlaas.
l.f. In coniJciJ among Car-
Commencement Exercises ; Will
vBesin Friday, April 25tlk-i."
- f Other News Items
, TKe closing exerds'of the Ram
sour graded school will begin Friday
night, April 25th, with a program by
the intermediate grades. I This wS) be
well worth-your time, especially - the
patrons of the school, wilt enjoy hear:
fag -their children sing and act. their
part in the Cantata,- rBoy lueTV;-
On. Saturday night the Glee Club and
Orchestra-, will. give a, concert .v lhat
will furnish? you an hour and half .en
ioymnt we are sure., Come and hear
the musk and readings and you won't
regretJt,.- 'SJVxu A Vi.s
1 Sundar- afternoon 3:3 Rev. Mr.
Smith of "The Church by the Road"
Greensbore will preach the Annual
sermom ' A large congregation is de
sired and expected, d ? !
' Wednesday night, Class exercises
wilf.clalm our attention. We are sure
ttda will be a great program: as pur
yaung' graduates never disappoint us.
Thursday is commencement day I
proper. - Literary address by Prof.
Myers, of the State University in the
rooming and Amatkm contest fa
the afternoon. Ball game at 4 P. M.
Viiiuiuw mm iuiuiua nm ire pre
Isented and winners . of medals an
A nounced in the afternoon, .
. : .On;. Thursday night he play, "Dad
dy Long Legs" will .be- given by mem
bent of. the. school JiXou can't afford
tor miss this art of the exercises. It
will be an entertainment that will be
well worth your time and money,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Whitehead, of
Lumberton. snent Easter with Mrs. J.
M. Whitehead and other relatives and
Students of the University, G. C.
W., A. and E., Trinity and N, C. C.
spent Easter at home. We are always
glad to welcome our boys, and girls
borne for the holidays.
Mr; and Mrs. Joe Forrester, of
Greensboro, were visitors here Sun
day. Miss Vallie Scott and Ida West and
Mrs. Annie Baily, of Greensboro,
spent the week end here with friends.
Mr. P. H. Kearns and. family, of
Badin, visited Mr. R. I. Kearns Sun-
Mr.' W.' E .Free -and' family, of
Greensboro were visitors at M. CJ
The recital of the Jr. Symphony
Orchestra last Saturday night was
much' - enioved.
Drills . and piano
quartettes with a varietyW orchestra
Jrobe,,ne upJ? vronxa. The
f Uttle to Browed they were making
P"!" to the musical world.
visited Mr. Cox last week in a interest
1 J completion of No. 75, Asheboro
to Chatham, line. Ramseui. Frank
lfaville and Asheboro were represent
ed and after making an earnest ap
peal the were assured the road would
bejrat in good shape if possible.
E. C, Watkins, I. F. Craven and
others attended the Democratic State
Convention at Raleigh last week.
The Young Married Woman's Club
met with Mrs. G. E. York last week.
The house was decorated with lovely
spring flowers. The guest for the
cidb meeting was Mrs. J. Broad well,
mother of Mrs. J. P. Cox. After an
interesting hour of sewing the hostess
served cream and cake.
Dr. and Mrs. 1?- R. Thompson, of
Wfaston-Salem, spent Easter with
E. J. Steed. Dr. Thompson and Dr.
C. A. Graham are attending Ije
State Convention of Dentists this
week, at Raleigh.
Messrs. F. R. Burgess, J. C. White
head and Burton Leonard went to
Oak Ridge Sunday in interest of Boy
Scout . camping ground for this
' Mr, Earl B. Steed and family, of
High Point, spent Easter Monday
here With fi. J, Steed and family.
si 'it ,j j,.. j-T-j I
Una men as being th most potent
force of any1 man connected with Uni
versity Ufa. - '.
Monday, May ; th fifth will be
turned over to member of th grad
uating class. Their nron-am will be
characteriied by the presentation Ipf
orations, muaio, and essay. Much
time 1 being spent by the senior
das in making ready for this pro
gram, ana every indication points to
a very uceeasful evenlna. '
ahercr.tllp th cx..n.. nnodardthm
Mot than paaalng interest should
be given to the music recital which is
scheduled to come Friday evening,
April 2Sth, by students of Miss Mary
L. Sherwood. Although coming ' to
Franklinvill after the Christmas nol
idavs, Miss Sherwood has by her skill
and efforts gotten vp one of th moat
elaborate and veraaule program yet
to be devlaed in this place. This pro
gram, unlike previous program of a
timllar sort, will include number rep
resenting students from th Unit year
Ihroogh the but. Interpretative and
esthetic tripping will character!
t'.e new kment la the performance.
Large Auditorium Was. Packed Ani Enthuaiim Em' Higli ilefore
The Convention Was Called Order Loud Applause at' :
Mention of Woodrow WiIson-rDaniels'Not i Candidate.
The Democratic State .Convention
met at Raleigh Thursday, April 17th
at 12:80 o'clock, with State Chair
man John G. Dawson, of Klntton pre
siding. : The r city auditortera-s, was
packed with delegates, -and .the ' en
thusiasm' began before the convention
was called to order by loudly cheer
ing the party leaders as they . appeal
ed. .The first business called for was
the report of the district conventions,
read by Mark Squires, secretary ' ef
the convention. The keynote speaker,
W. N. Everett. mMm nf tt
. ' . . -z.
StatL At the .TXZ
Wilson and his hnte brought .:
retary the navy ever had. -Vv-
;. Daniels told the executive e6m-'
nnttee of the Raleigh Daniels-for-
President dub that he could not ar'
cede to the desire of those who want-;
ed him for a presidential candidate.
The delegates for the National Coni
ventionfa June were Governor Mor i
nson, Max Gardner, Josephus Dan
iels, and Colonel Rodman, Mrs. Palm
er Jerman, Miss Mary Henderson,
Mrs. J. G. Fearing, and Miss Harriet
M. Berry. - , -
The convention closed with the
adoption of the platform, which fol
"We, the delegates and
tatlves of the Democratic
North i Carolina.
in convention as-
to exoress our
grateful thanks to divine providence
for the great blessinp which have the work 5vhich,is being done "under
been shown to our beloved state, and ovurflegidatioMandJ the reat fprog
for the general prosperity which has ressSjwSicll Is befagrmade nnder the
.jv, an ui um ycuy.o guidanceis of the eniwjrattc l party;
tnereoi. andreojyfag many bf3ts salient
"We re-affirm our devotion and features., . , "'.
allegiance to the true and bied!..n.'H; u ii'vML
prmciples of the Democratic, party, ' eaa iparty jias no iwcc4 b onstruc
and welcome the opportunity to, tiv? achievemenU, or statesmanship,
again present to the people of the bboroly and narmfully , reniatos
lta words L ? ,mce a-party of negation, iandjault find
achievement, and confidently appeal mgA lte nlatform deal Th "generali
to our people for endorsement and taes' onlyaod its sole appeal is the
approval. . i-nneal to nreludlce. v
"We desire to, exm-ess our rtra.
found sorrow at the- death or iuir
greatt !eaoir and ttateeaiai",,W
roww ion iot pnij AaaUon.
but the. world has-
power, courage and. mnraj. ' fdrce.'
unaer ms leaaersmp, tne Jjemoeratic
party enacted what was undoubtedly
the greatest and most beneficient
program of remedial legislation in
the history of our nation. Among
Easter Sunday two marriages of in-
vounir nien beina- well known' Ashe-iRamseur S1001 begin Fri
ITtltim lb. jle BTrnTad S "
Miss Miriam Whitner, of Hickory, lvfen by the intermediate grades. On
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Whit ' Saturday night the program will be
ner Vre married at the home of Mr !"1 ?har.?e of the music department
Arthur Ross. The bride is an attrac-
tive young lady who already has cnestra numoers. vm aunaay ax 6.6
many friends in tlie town, having P" m - f- Wade C. Smith, of Greens
visited here a number of times. She boro' will preach the commencement
is widely accomplished, hav sermon. Wednesday night class ex-
ing graduated in piano in New York "Clses, eD-ul the Semor8'
Qity r j Thursday, May 1st, will be commence-
Mr. Burns is a joint owner in the ! men day-, Prt- Myers of the Uni
new Bums-Lewallen Filling and Ser-1 ver3lt.y' wlU. "?ake a",8iddlf88, m he
vice Station recently opened in North i there will be declamation
fk i.u rfi a v n m
Awaaw a. o viuvuv waa va.
aohAhnm Ha fa fha nHnat Inn nf
Mary Smiiii Burns, and is well a Play; "Dadd.y Un? Vs?
known and liked in his home town and .j J?rnted- . An adml88!on
eountv j charge will be made on Saturday
m 'night and on Thursday night. A
The second marriage was that of cordiai invitation is extended to all
Shatter Ferree and Miss Henrietta to attend tto commencement Cxer
Caudle, of Randleman. Mrs. Ferree '-1...
iB uio younKBi, oaugater 01 an. xieii-
ry Caudle, of Randleman. but she was
born fa Asheboro where her father
and mother lived, Mr. Caudle being
foreman of th Asheboro Courier for
many year before hi death. She is
a lovely young woman, and haa many
friends who will also welcome her to
Asheboro. Mr. ferree ta a young man
of bvsines ability and bid fair to be Easter morning, and enjoyed a splen
a successful man of th town. He is did musical program,
th son of Mr. A. L Ferre of this A' rally of Epworth Leagu will
IN CASE OF FIRE CALL
i ' POWER PLANT
When tner is a fir, If th parson
who report it will call directly to the
Power 1 Plant," instead -oi , th
teUphoev office, it will be batter all
around. It is not th doty of Central
to report a fir, although they will
gladly do all possible toward prompt
connection with. th power houee,
which is the proper place to call. Al
ways call and give the location of th
fir and yow own nam. .Thla will
secure more prompt service, a - well
as guard against falaa alarms.;.
ALLEN SKEEN DEAD ..'.'
Th funeral and boriaj Mrrioes for
Mr. -Allen Bkeen who ; died Tuesday.
April 22nd, were held at I'leaaant HiU
Wednesday afternoon at tM o'clook.
Mr. bkeen had only been iek for.
short time, hi denth reeulting from
meaalaa. II U 62 yenr old, and
the sen of . Mr. . and Mrs. CharU
Kkeerv ef that Bftlc'iborhood. 80m
rear s h was married to , Mis
lna Arnold dauehter ef Mr, and
Mr. Jam AjtioH.. ,Bide; th
wLf, two smaU ehildraa surrir. .
oiher' enactments mar be tomtionMl
the Underwood-Simmons tariff act;
the federal 'reserve bank' ' act; the
federal farm' loan act; ' the- Clayton
anti-trnst . act; the parcel post-' act;
th war - finance vorporationact)
th federal aid for state c highways
act and manr 'nthers toe. aamerous
atUhie.tane to nmaratev. .ii .
tri!dngf'eontra8t .with 'sthk
record of rreat achievement bv the
democratic nxtyl Is the : record of
(me. rrouDucsn -, aominismiLion -,
uia - rapwuam xmumstrauon i tor
nosura-irf the ndw -
Jtepublicaa officials, It -is torn to
pieces by contending factions f 'which
haais tioth in o. -In common., antl haa
eeaied to. function,, .while the people
are! left to. suffer for the want of
imia:-'jniUYP a. tA
' of ur senators and representatives
fa ljejj., i ' .
.- ''In ; matters of stated administra
tio; the Democratic, party ; presents
to tne j)eople a program unsurpassed
fa fee history" if the. Union, or fa ;the
-development of any commonwealth:
So admirable and beneficial Jias been
its Tconstnictive, program ;that it has
Attiu4Aft th -tUtMHim uf ad- :'fh
stabk of the Union, and many are
ototj. t- m,0int
i t" . " v ... ".i ,-..-
I ;5l rarttcqMition la .Affair.
Pnocratic partybelieves in
- jueSest JaKiipBiieo-4tf thtf TwoU
result of a quarrel
lost . a leader ; ot'ple fa-;thei managemeht -. of -'public
affairs, and to this end provide that
its nommees for nubuc office shall
be selected in legalized nrimaries.
giving to every citizen the right to
(Continued on page 8.)
TO BEGIN FRIDAY
The commencement exercise of the
land will consist of Glee Gub and or-
icvivwwvn vvmwdv an wio aij-
I noon a well as a frame of base ball.
e - - . MATTERS
Y , (By W. H. Willis.)
- Our Easter offering for support of
oar Children' Home totalled 241.00.
' A large - crowd attended church
be held, at our church Friday night
at 7:&. Mis Sallie Carroll, eonfer
ence Leagu Seeretary will be prs-
nt. - . 11 if! . 1
Th following Joined our church
Sunday: Mrs. Emma Martin, . Miss
Margaret Martin, Bleaa Hasty, Julia
Rice, Minnie Le Burkhead,, Wlnfred
Jarre tt, Dorothy Jarre tt, Leuis Mc
Lean,' Qeron Elliott, Ina Andrews,
Helen Luck, Warn - Rich, Coleman
Moore, Brace Steed, Everett Steed,
Sarah -Helen Covington. Our mem
bership now 1 496.
. - . 1 1 ,1 . 11" it
. V;T BIRTHDAT DINNER
' Mr.' and Mrs. R. L Dicken wer
turpriaed-8anday by having with
them for the day all their children
and their eleven grandchildren, this
being Mr. Dickens birthday.
' A delicious dinner was served to
the following. Mr. and Mm.. B. L
Dickens; Mrs, L, D, Parkina, , tt
Spencer; Mr. and Mr,' A- D. Howell
and family, Bright Dicken and Ml"
CUu'l-a Dickens, of. Bad In; Mrs. W.
a AH red and son, of Camden, 8. Cl
and I'rK Janette Lrk and family ef
Aahcboro. Mr. Dicken. wa - th
recipient of number , of
present. , , . ,
REVIVAL APRIL 27 TO MAY 11
Willi Be Held Under Gospel Tent Ad-
juiuug oapnsi -'uturcn, '
?T Asheboro,- N C .
The revival will , be conducted bv
Revt H. T. Stevens, superintendent of
evangelism for the Baptist of North
Carolina, and Mr. J. P. Carter, evan
gelistic singer of the HomeJBoard of
tne southern Baptist Convention.
Mr. Stevens comes with. , a : record
equal to any of the leading evangel
ists. There has been more than a
thousand members added to the
Churches during the last year from the
They closed a meeting last Sunday
at Blaek Mountain with ixtv four ad -
ditions, representing twenty heads of
A cordial welcome is extended to
all Christian workers, to join in the
great soul winning campaign,
Song .services, bemn at 7:30 P. M..
preaching at 8:00.
Services during the week at 3:30 P.
M. on Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday
and Friday of each week.
Irray that the Lord may give Ashe
boro a great revival and that many
souls may be saved and added to the
churches of the town. fc:'
t JAS. W. ROSE..'
MURDER IN ROAD jCAMP
iFive. shote fa the bodv1 to -Mandv
owwecne-woman, anapana yiar-'
jdenj a negrw manmpioyea on : tne
roaqh camp looacea near ,r ransiinvuie,
The-4d!fair occurred Sunday and' the
woman was brought to Hay worth hos
pital where an effort was made to re
move the shots but it was useless, and
she died early Monday morning. The
body was sent to her former home at
Rock Hill, S. C. An inquest was
held and the verdict rendered that
she died as a result of five shots. Han
dy Hardin escaped, and as yet has not
Mayor Arthur Ross. Formally .An
nounces Candidacy For Senate
Mr. Arthur Ross is presenting his
name to the citizens of this district as
a candidate for the Senate. Mr. Ross
is well and favorably known. He is
Mayor of Asheboro, Secretary and
Treasurer of the Home Building and
Material Co., President of the Bonlee
and Western Railroad and has varied
business interests in this and ad
joining counties. He is the son of
Mr. R. R. Ross of Asheboro.
VANCE DEAD together anl formed a partnersmp
known as the Brady-Hughes hard-
Mrs. Zebulon Baird Vance, widow ware. They will carry a full line of
of North Carolina's statesman and , hardware and will be ready for busi
hero, died last Tuesday afternoon at "ess about May 1. They will be lo
three o'clock at her home near Black jcated on Sunset Avenue next door to
Mountain. Mrs. Vance had reached
her 84th year. Funeral services were
held Thursday morning at eleven
o'clock at the St Lawrence Catholic
church, Asheville. Mrs. Vance was
married to the late Senator Vance fa
1880. At that time she was the wid
ow of John S. Martin, of Louisville,
N.C BRANCH HOME AND FOREIGN
MISSIONS MEET AT M. P. CHURCH
The North Carolina Branch of by a splendid talk by Mrs. Wa Star
Home and Foreign Missions is In . ' Pitteburgh, Pa, Mrs. Star
1 . .u u l . ,wi gn has recently returned from aa
session t th M. P. church ct thl of mUaion fields of
place this week, the opening session the world. Of her tour, she told in
being held at !:00 o'clock Tuesday terestingly. . -.
afternoon. The Foreign Department,! Thursday morning th work of the
with Mrs. Georg R. Brown presiding Horn -.Mission Department foo
ls being held Tuesday and Wednesday, mences, with Mrs. Wm. C. Hammer
Rev. H. F. Fog! em an. pastor of th presiding. Report of committees o
local church welcomed the delegates, ' auxflianea art scheduled oa th
who number over a hundred, and Dr. morning program, as well as a talk
Joy Harris Glascock, ef Greensboro, 1 from Rev. Homer Casto. of the Bethel
responded most pleasingly. (Horn at Weavervilte. Rev. Mr, Casto
1 Report from the various officer ia doing great work in hi! Ham
wer heard, and committees appoint-
a. -- ' ' TV-- -,
l Toeaday renin; a pageant, .The
Itriking of America's Hoar" wa pre
sented py the Asheboro Auxiliary. . ,
t Wednesday - th Foreign Depart
event continued their work, stopping
nly an piour at noon to bcetr-ed a
hinaheoni in the chart h baaem-nt br
a eommfttee from the local thank.
.The Foreign Department concluded
thai work Ja a raoat fitting roaaner
What Oar ; Elel4 - Correspondent
Hean and ThinkuC'Items Af
" If Congree can stave off it diffU '
cult until Jane th Mgh, ' choot
graduates will tell 'it bow to; serf to,
ewmtry-'CV 4 -Yl -. ; 'v '
f"Send- 'copy of, lte ;CottrJer to a,
. . - . . 1 A 1 !. il . -
aoaem ineou ana aivne umu vo uuw
newsnaner xontainin z much Bew
UtheyriU enjoy,, V?i-:V..
Mr. and mrs, js. wortnington, ox
Randleman,' spent c-, few hour In
Asheboro ne day last week. 7g '
Mr. and Mrs. H. El' Kennedy of
High vPoint, were in Asheboro Sat
urday visiting friends. - !' J;- '.-
. .Mr.; Will' Booker; of ' Greensboro,
was transacting business fa Ashe
boro Saturday and mingling Wltk
old acquaintances and friends. ?
One death fa every nine is the re
sult of an accident which means "that
one-ninth of the lives lost could be
saved if people were a little -inore
Mr. S. F. Lovell, of Randleman
Route 2, has purchased the Calvin
Free farm near Cedar Falls. ; The
purchase price was $3,500.
Mr. C. R. Lambert has sold his
farm near Coleridge and has moved
his family to Ramseur.
Oh, yes, there are days that come
to all of us when our responsibilities
apparently are too great, and : busi
ness perhaps, is quite or maybe our
account at the bank is most unsatis
factory, but just the same it won't do
to rock the boat. , Buck
up, do not
We all ' meet adverse' and
conditions! After . every
shower.: however, the sun shines.
The extremely heavy rains of the
early spring have brought about a
condition which is causing worry t
the farmers. The ground has become
raw-thoroughly-soaked in many sec
tions that working, it will be, im
possible for some time. Those who
have planted potatoes early, or other
crops expect a loss, and too" much
rain will result in damage .to fruit.
It is hot alone the farmer who should
worry, for after all is said and done
the people fa towrjf will feel ;the
loss, when shorter late crops place
high prices on food products. ,
One of the best spring medicines
ever devised is to take hold and 'dig
fa the garden, but it isn't exactly
papular, for it does not cost any-
' X : . . ; L V
''' Vii.M'ii f -'miI.ii1 ''K,i.'iilarJ''- a.i .Innii- r-Tntf
party success, and all good Uemo
cratsare, should not wait until Ne
vember before, doing that which they
can do now to accomplish victory fa
Randolph county this fall. Nothing
succeeds like success, but success does
not come along under its own 'mo
mentum. Work is necessary under
any and all circumstances, and if loy
al Democrats will get busy early
there is no doubt that there will be
a Democratic majority rolled up in
the county in November. But the
time to start is now.
You can get rid of anything ex
cept a mean disposition by advertis
ing in the want "columns of The
Messrs. W. D. Burke and J. A.
York, of Franklinville, were in Ashe
boro a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Auman, of
High Point, spent Easter in Ashe-
j Mr. Alvis Underwood, of Gray's
, Chapel, was in Asheboro one day last
I Messrs. J. A. Brady and C. E.
Hughes have linked their rortunea
the Lexington Grocery Company.
Messrs. Brady and Hughes are capa
ble and entergetic men and we wish
them a most successful business
Mr. J. A. Ellis, of Coleridge town
ship, has favored us with a renewal
(Continued on Page 4.)
which i for tubercular patients,' an
h ia a specially invited guest ef the
Branch,' coming to tell of th work
there by invitation' Officers wl be
elected In th afternoon and delegate
appointed to attend the Boar meet
ing next month. After idImSumm
business, h meeUng will close. ,
During every ervle special romd
has H given which was enjoj'fd ar4
ad '.cxl greatly to th pleasore ot 9
n '. t.
1 1 -.