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SaW ' -
PIUNCIPIES, NOT HEN :
i S $2L00 A YEAR IN ADVANCIT
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- Aaheboro. Sarin Carolina, Thursday, Mar ti. UU V
DICCRATS HOPE ;
V TO JOINVORCES
,;SoinV Think" That Neither Mc-
.vti'-Mto Ndr At Smith tn Be '
i(By David P St Clair.)
fHE FRAMOINVILLE ' LV-:
. COJEIUNITY , HOUSE
j ;(.i4.V--. . a..- ... ...... ' . -i -,,..
Moris Picture ; Shows Seal
Wekly. Place For Public
j via melius a.
' s- -
House which stands on the hill above
KAadolpX Mills No.; 2, .rnakflnvflle,
waa for jnaay. Ion? yeara . a - store
bouding. It ipu buut flunng tbe uia
or Mr. ungtt raru, oesior, ana at
the data of its areetioa.was a modern
baildinff." After a few yean an 1 ad-
diuon waa buucw it Inwnlca to
atore'farniturt.;. ;v':J; '
In Ute' orM ; ot '' years It. .'was
EOIia SCHOOL CO.'LEVCE.IENT: :
- nrn a at i nnTii a v; i tt tctp. nrriT a i
v.:.D AiUAll X W H II -vA,' iUUOlb J UEU I tilt
tASHEBORO Td HAVE
iXJNION TENT, RE vJVAL
Next Exercise Friday Evening Slay 30th; Baccalaoreate, Sermon
r; .By Rey;j.B. Banhardt June 1st; Address WBI B DeKvereiTt
June 3rd By Dr. N. W. Walker. ; ' . ' I
& Washington, May. 2V-That onn
r of Bemoerata who . are "last ditchers
neither for MeAdoo nor"Governor ' AL
" Smith are casting abont for a ticket
on which they hop to on centra ta
: tfceir orces in the New. York con von-J
.. tion. ,They Derslrt in contending! that i
seither MeAdoo nor Smith can po-1 though best to consolidate the - two
t. aiWy be nominated and, that when Btorea, rranklinville y and Randolph
'these two treat forces lnevitabjy--fle- Ulg. Co and plaee them both under
stroy- each other for. their respecters one roof. So. a nice up-to-date brick
- candidates there then must be- .of- buildinjf was erected in 1920 near the
ierel--e tne convennonjsv comoiwiM. JS. cnarcft in the - Heart f jam
, tion of names for President and Vice I town. On December 8. 1920. the cnods
' President that will sween the eyen- were moved into the new buSdins;
tion witih a galtV.'i;-t fi?m leaving1 the others vacant.
9 Vany names are-being; 'sugyestedj , in 1923 when the, new "company
tnr .this hnned for TfSVeholOiricai s'mO- hiuurfcr ortfe Vi .mflla thav ilauHiUuf n
V jnent' but the most frequently-, heard put a moving- picture machine ln;the
combination? in the Ust day-er so ,U old Randolph store building and eon
thatof . John W. Davis of West Vir-. mt it Into a UnH of thaaterf- So the
ginia and Jlew i-lTork and Senator sherVeswew torn down, the building
Thomas' J.' Walsh tt, Montana Some- painted indde and out and comfort
times vWalsh'e name comes first but able seats Saturday:
' more 6ftn Davis wtme. ' The Davis- night, J.il 1923 the first show
"WalsaVboomers aee.'iB this combina- waa. pveiv 'fThe crowd -that !cama '
tion a harmonizing of many of, the the shows became so larsre that more
antagonistic . elements existing' be-lm had to be providedand one of
twaan the MoAdoo and' Smith CampS. U, MrHHnni wnr Temoved to m've
. They ffeaa t4 f lUe have , first
- jWavis-waisn note wouia removsr wo class pictures twice a weeic
-f'-or three of the strongest objections ; The other wmgrf' the building has
that have been urged against either been made into a dining room and
MeAdoo or Smith. wV-M- kitchen, where; an oyster supper . is
Mr. Davifc it is pointed ou is in- hew about once every month. V
. tAllBit.na11v thm- ablest of: all the men .TWi hiiilHW tin hwn well iinmAil.
: vhnoa mamas have been " mentioned lni
. r ihik TiftmJnation for President. Hial
' conception .o the office" and its 'f do-1 providing an ideal place for aU Undf
... tiea is so lofty that ha hasrefused tolf pubUc gatherings such as:. Better-
seek it actively canuiaaw. --u jment meetings,', oyster f atew, com
further pointed out', that Mr. - Mc-rounity fairs and public speakings, in
Adoo and hia adhercnta eaffJtoa , I additJoa to, the good picture show we
reasonable axcuse to-oojecj r. a.weekr --i '3-;'vi SjTI
Datia and a WalLStreet attprneypf mtlW : ' . --'i
mencement exercises for the. "Ashe-1 Piano Duet. Radieuse. Gottschalk
boro school was a recital given by the Linnie Borkiead, ; EenrietU Under-
memoere oi auss.jNaiuue ttuua f ana,wooa.'(v ,;f.;-t . . .- '.
Miss ; Bertie -May's music ' classes.! Wbistline vNumber.it. My .' Brown
rims concert was given in me , new . Kose. uauoway isoys. s
school auditorium,- being used for; the
first time,: and the new- Stein way
piano, which these two teachers have
been instrumental in securing, : was
used for the first time, publically,
also. A arge number of people from
the i town: were - n resent and enioved
the recital which waa unusually good
irom,Deginnmg:u eno, xne Bpienaxt Miimetonica, -ueurance mss
training of thesetwd- taacban' Hwaa fntdi
reuwwa m ra penormanca oi -.vm i riano 0010; pnies 01 - me
children.' and. manv. of ' the l .ehildraa TWnnJ jnni RiiTthnH 1
show.talent rarely seen M'VfwTN-MtaitVito- Tilzer Larger
children..., Several numbers gihj'GiiM"- v .
uw luucr yujjuuf were epienaiaj ana i a ne poU exeraae wm pe . .given
enjoyed by alL One notable feature Friday evenine. Mar 80th. and will
of the entertainment was, the facte an cperetta. rhe GoldenfWhlstle"
that things moved along so snjootWy.' This operetta ' incorporates a Fairy
unu ure young penormere possesBea ; tjueen witn auenaanus, wne raDDira,
upfano Solo. Love's Pleidinzs." Kink-
el Henrietta Underwood. : pwi
'"Piano Solo, Petit, Bolero Ravina--Louisa
Swaim.VJ,'':t A;-1 -A i ix j'-x
Chorus, 'Little Cottou Dolly, GiebeL
Pians Solo, Summer Wind, Wolcott
--Margaret Tyson. : "
Vocal solo, By the waters or the
poise' and self control rarely
throughout an entire company -,oi
class of much older and advanced pu
pils. The program was. as follows: ,
Chorus, Springtime, WoolerClass.
Piano Trio. Danse Ecossaise. Baker.
Louise Swaim, Dorothy Lewallen.
r ranees Moore. ;
Piano Solo. Morceaux Caracter
istics, Wallenhaupt Effie Jean
Ferree. . ' , . ,).. v,.-; -v;
Pifcno Solo, Second Mazurka, God-
ard Nannie Adldns. . v.?;.
Solo and Chorus, Come Play With'
tlsrraaces Sughes arid Choruif' t
riano oio, scenes or uayety, .p
" T - MhM. M. M,1HM film. I W- i . '-.U w-.' BM,
1 CoWraafcwho :?lor
: Ins? received a large lea from. 0 .u..
Piano Solo. Pounea Valaante. Pol-
dJni-Jacksia Brooks, i' - : , ?
seen : elves, butterflies, wild roses and many
other characters.' ' v . -rSunoav
evening, June 1st at. 8:00
o'clock 4he baccalaureate sermon will
b preached by Rev. J. H. Barnhardt,
of Greensboro. ; A hoir of voices
from all. the churches of the town are
preparing- music for Ihe occasion. '
Monday. June '2nd, at 8:00, the
class day exercises win be held, and
Tuesday ' morning r at v:qo o ciock,
awards will be given, ' ' ,
'Tuesday . evening, June 3rd, at
8;00 o'clock, Dr, N. W. Walker, ' of
Chanel ; Hill, formerly principai of
the Asheboro , school, will deliver the
address 'and award' the diplomas The
senior! play Wednesday- evening, "A
Bunch.; of t Pun!', concludes the, pro
sram.: . -J-t: ". v ;',v ,'tr',v .
Vohenytne ou sangv Hil;: of the Aaheboro Presnyterian church,
-Mr. MeAaoo-a sge , mAMl
hk nartv is that he la its onry quw II"i-J..irT .:ir-;i
!JnZJ 4idtoei- was duly
.rt'KtSiwiS ballad forle ensuings yeari,
gressive and, that be could standjrtttt jjdj to tha eongVegatioJi wof
wJM Wilson, on aw nlatform the ::-fTc.!!Lr;vLr.j"t?vjL r.I
y . -Utter wouM bej
that-MrTDavls ha .-ll;trthe5 Wilson
virtues and f ew br none
DEATH OF CHARLES A PORTER
Charles Addison Porter; eideet son
of the lata D. W. and Fannie Walker'
Porter, died at - his home in ; ' Way
cross, Ga.r last 'Monday, May 24thi"
Hi Charles Porter waa. born and grew
to young manhood in Asheboro. -Fol
lowing ,m ueatn oc ma zatner in ua
spring of- 81 Mr. Porter went to
South: Carolina where he entered the
railroad business' under, ona: otK .his
unoleski-''-,0"-.- ff .y7VI j'
ried W Miss Meeiins.. of Florence.
in1; that 'State and to this union ; sit
children were bom, one of which died
in bifancy and another dying in camp,
he having joined the army for service
under the flag at his country's call.
The other six, three of whom are mar
ried, with Mrs. Porter, survive. Leav
ing South Carolina, Mr. Porter 're
turned to his native state arid, for.
some time lived at or near' Ashtboro.
Abott 25 years ago he went to
Waycross, Georgia, and entered -the
service of-the Atlantic and Birmine-
3tti-.r. rt-ifHftna'nhiiile that nuu nas, aunng nis onei resiaence, " "
bitwelirP Soteltants endeared himself to riot only the per- for.tttany years. ,Mr. Porter
has sprung up beeeir J1"" sonel of Ms own church, but has also made a success of his work.and from
arid.Cathohcsra awunt of ttaSndth 5,,, ci. time to time had been advanced un-
nis death, he held a high
the commercial depart-
that great road.
ton, I .
WALTER BULLA DEAD , - ;
r Frederick Bulli only son of
i Mrs. John W. Bulla, died at
a -of hia parents in Washing
, C.,- . last ' Monday morning,
family, lived, for many years,
oro and were i well 'known.
-ears aro -the family removed
ngton where they have-since I
i noma, , V . i
1 eginning of the World War
AIT Churches of the Town Unite
, 3 In Revival Effort; Pr.-te) JiL
AB ehutchei of the dty, without ex
ception have elected t unite their
forces in a revival effort to-v begin
June-the 8th -and t coatinue' three
weeks. . General evangelist. Dr. L. J.
Miller, of NashviDe. Teniw asaisted
by D. W.' Milian, of Lineolnton, N. C,
as choir director, will have charge oi
the; services.' ( : r,r-h p -
A large tent waa ordered Saturday
from Dalton, Ga, and if expected, te
arrive y the middle of i next week.
The committee of arrangements have
deckled to plaea it on thd Bums Lot,
corner of Fayettevflla and Salisbury
Preparatory ,: semi-weekly i sprayer
meetings are being held in each of
the four sections of the townr and a
men's noon day prayer meeting . of
fifteen minutes is,being held daily at
the Norfolk and j Southern .waiting
room. - ; b;P;V'-t
Dr. Miller has Just closed a success
ful meeting at Dawson, Ga. At. the
meeting - lust previous, at ueriden,
Miss., there were more than .300 pro
fessions,- and at the one oeiore mat,
at Sharon. Penn.t 160 persons joined
the churches. Advertising matter will
be posted next week in nearby towns,
and the influence of the . meetings
oueht to be county wfde.- '
v -The 1 following- - committees have
been formed to handle the many ac
ttvitUWL-"-.' - .''' V V.'-'.'i '
Arrangements: J, D. Ross, Chrm,
N. Neely, C I Cranford, C. W.
Scott and Alvia Johnson. '
Prayer Meetings: Rev. ' C. G.
Smith, Clirnu Earl Bulla, L. M.
Kearns, Calvin Fraxier, t U Wnght,
Rev. V, B. -Stanley, ..r:-'-1: .
Choir: 'Mrs. W. H. McMahan.
Chrmi Mrs.. M. H. Allred, Mias May
McAlister, Mra;- G W.' Scott, Mrs. V-
a. Stanly. Mrs. Ella Bowman. , :
Publieityr W. H. Willis, Chrm., I
Li Whitakan T. F, Bulla, E. S. MiU-
(Jonsarvaoan; uev. u. r.-.-, sogie-
Moore, jMto Villie iStye v.Cnarles
Ushers!' J- M. " Scarboro. Chrnu.
Amos Winnmgham, L. 0 Brooks,
Grady Garner, John . Brown.
HK aallltaSet Smith'frbift other As&Wro Angi
iafSSSel SSSd tiona were ttttol wifnesse
teJI&iSM ceremony The choir The j ChurcB
1 look as small to hi
Main Street, KeokulU
Smoin, Walnh even
rl aDemocrate are elainv -JJJWt
t I Im lA iunf that laree o.-iwniqn cnargea wie ,. new
Ingj , would terid to "gLTfc.rw McAlister fore:
that once to the wmta w ..tk--f tha Eoad .uorilled the
street wouio wox w - riz tll. nft.t nt tv-i -hnreh.
? s!5FZ2t. "tltr the Rev Wade C. Smith, father ."of
MZ'K Mf.C. G. Smithpreached the sermon:
WalaO JB dry. v-.. t . ... ,v - .kl Mfimtnlata Wm'P08ltlon in
' tnVPViy'JmZA" ofteVunon thta iannviment of
. Mb. ipim m uu t. iocukiuuuu -i ' : . v . , .
hi. vHr in tha nation.' If he were
aot a Catholi and not from a sparsely
Tnnlatad Western State, it is be-
Ueved that ha would be the oatstand
My,AiAtM at hia. nartv for Pre si-
dent'- The .work of thia Montana Sen
' Wm the oil committee of , the
M. E. MATTERS
. (By'W: xL Wiiiis.)
Since five weeks are' to elapse be
fore the pastor occupies his . pulpit
senate haa.not only made it possible again, ha is urging every member of
anurinan naooia 10 Dcnoiu um nia cnuica a bo . pmau -ounuty
' a -.it. mmnUivn that haabeeri momins? next' 'V: - v
Washington but has furnished i them Greensboro and Reidsvnie Friday in
. -fv, fa on which, iio ' base the interest of a plan -, for the new
aCsnl reform of, -theit yublieVser. I church; .'r1.''
. wEfc--.-V A v' : . "o T.,The 8unday school jenoff is adding
t Democrats are saying tnat tna pr-ia eomet ana iromoone w cws tuv.w.
' amount issue to the campaign. - is f No service Sunday wgnt. oa account
' dean, honest government ana t tne or tne oaccaiaureaie Bermoa av uic
. aamated that issue but the; public . The doors of the church win be
; mind is still confused In its idea of open Sunday morning for.the recep-
hi. mnnniTiantal achievement - There I tion of members. X k
T . (iTls not anotner man in wia oingreoB vii- v( j i .t-
W '.-' In the entire government, it is deciar- sandoipa Itar laiaorses uon. uianes
i ed oy compcwint uunenom w wum
,fcave conouriea tne ou inveaugauon
' Hth tha fckill and acnievea me rrsuiis
that are now credited to the Montana
v ' aamator ' Bome OI OHI Qivinauona- in
Mr. Porter will be most pleasantly
remembered here by a host of friends,
of the older generation, and the an
nouncement of his death was a ' great
shock to them as they, had not known,
before, of his illness., ; r '
Besides hia wife and children, Mr.
Porter is survived by ' one brother.
Samuel S. Porter, of Reidsville; and
three -sisters Mrs. Angus Shaw, -of
Charlotte; Mrs. C C. Hubbard, of
Farmer ajid Mrs. W. J, Moore,: -who
Uvea on a part of the -old ancestral
borne plaice in Asheboro.' '. ,
interment was at waycroas. .
Boas far. Office of.
'? . 'i
-;.'' vy' f
Whereai. Hon.' CharleS N Rosa, ' of
Llllington, North Carolina, is1 S'can,-
v that invaatJiTAtion are as uncanny as MiHat for the - office 1 of ' Attorney
't anything in firtion. J-i -1 - General for aald atatar V V
t But tna uavis anu. iu m-m-v uu vv nereas, ne was porn ana reareu w
-a Tinmber or ouiers wai ro im-jhk; Karwio nh (Vinntv ana renaerea. vat
proroe(l, o'1'? lrltu oaioon eem nable and faithful service M the uem-
up in n cuor vo unu uw ocrauo panywuiie s quwi n aj
irround bftwrcn tne eiaamng xorccs oi
the two lending candidates.
v. i f nrf. th8 Democratic "inemDers
nf t).i r.inilninh rnnnt Bar are not
.DEATH OF MR3. SARAH for r(,fui 0f nlj services and :' his
1. 1 for ."mtwrarv. a thmiirn he is no
I" "T a citin of county of member
of our locfcl l;r: ' ' ' ; V
V, ! -, t:.? sr, T-I CliftrlrS Rons'ls
1 f; 1 ail 1 "M from training
Mrs.' Sarah Morris died suddenly at
the home of he daurr, Mrs. Char
lie Cranford in l" n Inst Monday
momin? st the i of ' 75 rar
Heart failure is f , -d ' to have
I, .on the ciu-fl cC l r death. Mrs.
atnci y t:.'i best doaown
of I r , i ,.ty, a Christian
, v.!,o ta known f
' -q tO t' ' 1 ft' '
.ry in l:.i.d-!
1 ia survive!
' of k
C! .' !n
ilar menu, i
h "!- t f it V
J j- n 4 ,h, et 8 o'
U.at f very J; -r n
( :. .! l. ' ! iu rir-i
;..,. -y sfu-rnoon,'
' ':. it is l;t i. riant
r La I ;f "nt st tLis
Bicctlr.g because of urgent business.
' 1 o to i. ir;ve the duties
of s ..J c... i in a highly und efficient
T! rr; for", be It f il fM.' that WO,
t!ie Ik-mocrHtic ri.f-...!-ers of the Ran-
d"h'h 0"it,ty I .r t .: Inr t'e aaic
Cliarlea a fin.:; ' ' f r At-
Balem toniy (itinprat, r 1 vo 1 i -.1? com'
County, jnend him to the L i itf ru,.,c votors of
the state s a nan v eil fluidified and
fitted to discJiiire ti. duties of said
r her deeds
t her - and
ofXice.. ' .
. j. v, wunov,
j. a. ti-i.N'cr:, .
1L M. I:0!1N3. "''.
iV ' I. C MO:-l-.lt,
t. W. E. MO-Ul.
vonnrvauiaii jwctc a, , . . j, w
man,. Cbrm-'Mrs.' C.' ;M Fox; 1
BullaVllre. H.Klnfc' Mrs. W.
, f Fbianca: D.; McCr&rys Clum,
Chaai. M, Fox, Arthejr Roas,x:I: C,
Vw -, .wi"i .; . f-i
ares." mnnrrr il for K'i
rrs r -rTT" r!,. . ..r.i-
, , -A. vy. wcijuum
Oar Field ' Correspondent. :
t Hears o Thinks Items f
vMessrs.r J1.-AT Briwar" kind "'io' f??
Cox, of Coleridge, were in Asheboro
last week. . . ..,.- h. --v fV -
Mr. Dougan James, who Uvea about
two. miles north of Aaheboro, . has
been quite akk -but is improving! X
iw quwuon are you gomr
t help, build Greensboro and High
Point , greater br Ispend Ashebor
money, in Asheboro... A - ,
The cut worms are. Diavina' havoa
with; early garden truck. Possibly
when warm, weather sets in and the)'
worms ail turn to bu and flv awar
better , results will be obtained in tha
garden line. . But how . about tha
"early bird catching the worm!" -
Mrs. U. 4 a.-. Parcs, of, Kamaeur
Route 1, has. more than 300 . nice
young chickens and a fine garden, .M
,r. w, a, newoy ana lamuy, wne
live in the western part of Asheboro.
will move to Greensboro this week.'
u, '....j itrw. - mi m . ir.-i.
mm. u.t - 4ak.o.. . . j X ajHwu 4UIU
aon,' Dewey, of VVharrle, were via-
'.i-l 1 J- . A 1 1 J j. B
iun raaii m Asneooro recenuy. .
Mrs. D. B.. Keith is visiting rels
fives and friends in Biscoe and Can
dor. . ; . .. .
i Mr.ayde Hill will move his family
to High Point this week.
Hon. Charles Koss. of Lillintrtonv
who was reared in Randolph county;
is a candidate for Attorney General
and every true son and daughter of.
the county, should goto the primary
on June 7 and vote . for him,.. Mr.
strength .la growing, accordimf
to messages, from various parts of
the State, and his supporters are ore-
dieting his nomination and election by
a big majority,'. Strongholds hereto?
fore conceded to tus- opponent have
capitulated within the last few5
weexsv , JTonl every- part of Norta.
Carolina comes reports t that Rosa
sentiment is -turning into a , tidal
wave that wiB sweep the candidate on
w vicwry.rj t . , Y 4 k
. Mr. and Mrs. A." C Casrle. vMt
and Jin. Dee Thomas and Mr. SheUia
Hunsucker spent Sunday at Star. -.-A'"-
Mr. John R. . vrown, who holda' a
sition with the lAcme Hosiery M01,
m purchased the Cliford Hill proper
ty on vthe concrete road two v miles '
nortlt ox Asheboro,; consisting of a.
five-room; bungalow with 4 1-2 acres
fWaher dUa,"auch to hia disappoint,-
ment was refuaed a place in the
ranks beoAusevOf defects or vision
He, however, 0 Joined tha - Sanitary
Corps, attached, to the 81st Division
and stayed for two years in. i ranee.
While in the. service his healtq was
imnaired and he was never well again.
Last spring he tooic to n oea wiin a
malignant attack of influenza which
developed into pneumonia and proved
Walter Bulla, at the time of his
death was about 32 years of age and
was connected with the Bureau oi
Standards in one of the the technical
departments. He had more than
made: good in his work and at times
had been advanced to a position of
Mr.l Bulla is survived by his par
ents, "Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bulla, of
Washington, D. C: and one sfeter,
Mis! Beatrice Bulla, of New York
City; as well as relatives in Asheboro
and Kew .York. ,.
Mrs. H. L. Brower. of Atlanta, Ga.:
Mrs. W. H. Moling and Miss Nannie
Bullai or Asneooro, tnree or ms aunxs
attended the funeral In Washington,
last Tuesday. Another aunt, Miss
Julia Thorns, of Aberdeen, was
his bedside.. when the end came.
MRS.' MARTHA THATER DIES
..'.A ' AT RIPE OLD AGE
A",???."' gRADPTEa gjeeted and much beloved woman,
The colleges throughout the state, flLLTJ
are iir the midst of their commence-L"" .,,1 Kr.ZX'
L-i V mr4 was snr
W tTnTXL JuHa Z't ' Thaver was born east of
head, SUU .University i Julia r Ross,'.,. . .li tnant W- ehfldhood
North Carolina ,1105-1 Euth Hadiey,- she .hiufT lived- in t.the
S!l:-????tff?JiSi?5?fl-' lwSSit5?3f Xaj2boto neady all ' her
hZ .a&! iTd" Wd. waa buried in Neighbors
vidson College; air of Asheborof.and G eeterr Saturday afternoon.
i.r.nTi PnTi:; S'rCrhe funeral.serviea was conducted at
lege; and Fred Burgees, of Ramseurxv , . T '
&tm'? WW'kM '.Iff; Tblvar W a widow
Tpfhuia la 1TnkaAwn TuJ-a WarU ince the days of - the Civil War,
wnen a rn ot i.o veara au wh
6 :. jb armers uirvuKmiui, una counvy nnsv
'n - e- wiej)cogr5gci.cyr Iha, proajiQct of a
Cevenier iMves Kea.!aaaner wheat crop thia -year.. Th
V Will tta P.U Inaa. -i .
fAv; --7.-,.; Ibereaved of her ..husband,-. Ktonie,
- iTribute td the unknown dead of .Thayer, who we ttrpreme sae-
the allies of the World War wiQ - be '"ca w tna -jonieaeracy. . wm
paid June 23 by the disabled Ameri,2? years of age at taa uma or oeain.
can veterans in connection with their He died from exposure tea eam
naUonal convention at Salt Lake City. Pfo. ',TV1 his young wlwrUi
In a statement made pubUe last Mon- " babies to ears for, Mrs. M. E.
rinv tha nnranitatlon annoonead that ' Futrell, of near Grsensboro and Mrs.
th. MVimnniM MnM InrltiHa atandlno- 'Enoch CalliCUtt,', WM di4 V
at attention for one minute br , thejre?r iro
dolrpntod, while a floral wreath will
be placed upm tha tomb of America's
unknown soldiea at Arlington and
the t T.-,v"j rf t'.e or, known dead at
Indun, I uri 1, TruKM Is and Rome will
be docoratod ty American miltary at
taches, v- ..-'',- : 1
Rsmernr tVfests JkseborA. , -
' RamRoiir dofoatni A!-lxn on Ve
Ramneur diamond lBit iturday af
ternoon 4 to 0, In a five inning tsma
which Was called oT on account of rain
The filtchlntf af rrV for Ramneur
and the fielding of llamlst of Ashe
boro ftatured. 1 , , .' '
.1 ' . , ,v 1 ..!. 4 -
Mm. FutraO and her husband at
tended tha funeral,. . ,', .-... f;
Will of LU General laUaa & Can
- , ;.' Probate ,
The will of the late General Julian
S. Cmt. fded for probate wlthr the
Clerk of Superior Court la Durham
laat wvk, Involves the dljosttlcm of
n a-tnte vnliod at :V),fMK) to jnOO
C X i:: tvM sons, Claiborne - Carr
and Aui Hn Carr, got one-half of the
estat-, and his faat-rrandchllilrsn
and ThomiLs M. Gorman, tie atcrtUry
get the other half. r , . . .
sou fee Preference; Believes Rob-
eeea Maa Stands for Theee things
For whita Her Late Husband
. ' '-v... Stood., '
Monroe. May 18. Mrs. Walter
Bictett, who is spending the week-end
with Governor Bickett's sister, Mrs.
Frank Ashe raft, said, when asked the
question "Who is your choice for
?Mr. A. W. McLean". I
And when asked if she minded
stating why she was for Mr. McLean,
"I am for Mr. McLean because I
believe he will make a gbod governor.
1 am for Mr. McLean because my hus
band who knew intimately both can
didates, declared his intention shortly
before his death, of actively support
ing Mr. McLean, should he run lor
governor. I have endeavored to car
ry out every expressed wish of my
husband to the best of my ability, and
in supporting Ms, McLean, I feel that
I am so doing. .
"I am for Mr. McLean because of
his high and honorable character, his
exemplary life, , his fine executive
ability, and oecause 01 nis aenve in
terest in education, agriculture and
ctvk improvement, and public wel
fare in the state:
T am for Mr. McLean because he
stands, since he has become a candi
date for governor, for' those things
for which- he has always stoodthe
program and policies of the democrat
ic party, which nave brought to tne
state material prosperity, and an
enviable progress In those things
which make for a better, finer, and
more humane civilization.. .
"I am for Mr. McLean because
believe he stands for those things for
which my husband stood, and which
ho stated in his inaugural address in
the following earnest -and eloquent
"I have no genius for destruction.
Th activities, of this administration
must be exerted along constructive
lines ? -.. For four years. I
want labor arid capital, learning and
art, and tha Ufa and letter ot the law
to be directed to . making every acre
and every' stream,' every human 1 and
mechanical unit in the commonwealth
be and do iU level betf.
And In conclusion. .
' "Gentlemen of the general assem
bly, I have endeavored, te risoalite
mr dream ei a rairer ana nusr state.
I have outlined tha means br which I
hope to make tha dream coma, tne,
and the means all reach out to a
single and larger hope, a wider
door for tha average maa than ha has
ever known"'. . ..-. vr
cron is looking? fine!
' Gentle reader; make up your mind
that you will vote in the primary,
June 7. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Auman, of
High Point spent Sunday visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harris
Rich. , .
Mr. C B. i Brown,' a well-known
citizen of Ramseur, and superintend
ent of' the Ramseur Furniture Com
pany, was among our new subscribers
Mr. W. V. Smith, who is working in
High Point, spent Sunday with bis
family at Asheboro. '
We are pleased to note that many
of The Courier readers are beginning
to realize that they must support the
(Continued on page 8.)
Dr. Brooks laaagartted Prasad! .
SUte CoUtfe. l. iv: .
The thirty-f ab annual commence
ment of the Bute CoIlpe Is in prog
teas in Raleigh this week. Inaugural
honors were conferred upon President
Crooks, who aiwumed the presidency
a year ago. liishnp Homer. Governor
Morrison and other notables were
present for the Installation ceremony.
Miss Olive Johnson and Mr. Wins-
low Walker, were married Wednesday
evening, May 14th, at the M. E. par
sonage, Greensboro, Rev. G. T. Bond
officiating. The impressive ring cere
mony of the M. E. church was used.
The bnde is the daughter .of June .
Johnson, of Sophia. . She has for sev-
era! years been a successful teacher in
the public schools of Randolph and
Guilford counties, and has a wide cir
cle of friends. Miss Johnson taught
the Charlotte school near Asheboro
Mr. Walker is a well known lumber
dealer and is an enterprising business
man. He u the son of Mrs. Barah.
Walker, of Caraway. The young
couple will reside at Asheboro Route
2, but at present they will make their
home with the bride's father. r .
The wedding was a quiet affair be
cause of the recent death .of the
bride's mother. . ', H"
The many friends of these young
people -unite in wishing them long
years of prosperity and happiness.
Senator 81aitMw Works Out . Tat,
. Redaction Plea, -L.,
Senator Simmons has worked ''out'
a tax reduction plan that last ., week -1
rtOMvad the unanimous approval ot ,
the conference committee of two bous-, V
ef congress, and waa endorsed in
statementa by ieaoers or uemocrsxs,
Insurgents and Republicans and which
It was indicated at the White House f
would be acceptable to the President.' '
After the passage of the bonus bill it 'j'
waa predicted there would be no tax '
reduction bill, bat last week the sit
nation took an optimlstlo turn under
tha guidance of tha . senior Senator
from North Carolina, . 7 ' - - '
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. j EDITOR'S SOX HONORED , (, !
Jamea Farrlaa, Trh Tolnt boy, liss '
been named maanr of the liil5
baseball team of Trinity , C;fn,
where be is a student He will te a
senior there neit year. Young I'nrrhs
is a son of Mrs. . J. Farriw m the
late Editor Farrisa, of High Poi.it -
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