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' - Vt , .-Vt --.?- t r.Wg . . , ;
dtoy, !;!v;;r4yv- itith'raiKCD: 1:3, not men
$100 A YEAR IN ADVANCQ
ri-y -cffivi .sinners, rfsrtfc tw
sraday, Jan H, If 14
BIG THINGS ARE BEING DONE
: BY OUR LOCAL MESM
. .,-,; , ,
Miller:lmprefis the People
Asheboro as a Pawerfal
.ttentLlThe Singiag, Undej
he Ldehip; Frof. Milan,
f Lincoln ton, ian" .Uracj'
ior r SalWmry wd Wauoviuo
3U io, beinj nlled, to (it capacity
7.day. (Tho xnoettoj waa ln prop
fain lart'wee)? and ffl conttano
sf 'net oek. Brvlco '5ar
tdvewr-i mornlnfc.'ftow ttitao
Jock o ithoao attending. );,
j it they wiB; and agafn ifcfctf
' evehlng:r yjf f -;- -V.V' uf
Strong eernionB were preachea by
IvangeSsfc. Miller ion Last i Sunday,
He nibject iathe moming bolng on
fhe Deity of CkaWj ana the even
n7thenw;f betog on "The Naity
erriew pmiona; vthe minlHterf ,haa
jreached on each fundamental theme
aplJtitfori':f,tt fksripturea". 1 He . l
thoogh, rteaanig; ihi delivery, huroori
'the lahgnage of the nar fhowing
i fimilfcintv rith the howthoueht,' yet
j always plekshig' for the-oW.ways;
& Prot: US Wr i MIlaiiiYeff Llncohiton,
!b rapidly .inducing his nodienoea; to
' otnv ThA ehoriia work ustained Vt
ftirm TfenW an aumbef of iotiief
i f h itvlte.'4 Onft.'-of ftii iatto1ivl
I loaned by Barker Brpthete M rZ
I boroT Prot Milan and 4- Dr. Mjjle?
have lKth,mdered inteiting. sploa,
I-Ton last j?unda.lamrrioii,ia relig
I ieus ceiisnt-Aiheboro
I Tim 670 white residences, of Jhe town
mJ MviAmA into twentv-six section
and fifty-two eanyassers. . jpenj .-m.
annroTlmatelv 3000 TOO-
th' "Jamoaiim nronesBes. ' '
t in m .hitiVhM or ma towu uv
f wHulnMi morement. -Baeh-
I the fte pastors had an opportunity fe
r - i. tw th !. imt before the ar-
i ax coming In from1 tixa nearby eom-
munitiea, t and the influence oi
The ors!wm pronawy
doxin the hour or tno morning
A number hare Come forward for
'raBrlng-the last lew .jiaya-A
51 MrlAiiimMa :? eharaeterises the
aervicee and there M promise of
great awakening, v
o a MTtMiVf H Kit OF' J.- M.' i
AND JONATHAN WORTH
Th amndmother. of Governor
Worth and Ex-treasurer Worth, Mrs.
v.hjj virlrman. mother of the late
M. Q. Kirkman, known as Abe Kirk
man, and one time Register of Deeds
tombstone to the memory of her
r.-nAmnthtT at Marl bore Cburcn
4n Km Market Township,
The inscription on the tombstone is as
''f Abaga Pinkham Gardner
Bom in Wautucket, 10th mo. 14th
day i74&rCame to .toHP"mgr,
N. O, 1812, Departed this life 10th
mo. X6th day 1826, Aged 77 years and
' 18 days. She wa member of Society
of Friends, he was grandmother of
Jonathan Worth, Ex-Governor, of N
Also of J. M. Worth, to-Treasur-
er ef N. C Ureawrrea grananw"'"
' of Ensign. Worth Bagley-ot i PV 8.
' Nary who was. killed ..iawtT
, . 8palnMay Ur1898.-r Dr.-Neaios
v Meadenhall, Jer nephew, was
' tm uKnlir. YAnnkUsr and a Kepre-
; aentative of N. & and was i member
k rMnmittM for the erection of
- i the. StaU Hospital at Morgnntong Ni
, , . I: 'Erected by Mrs, Kacnei Airaman
in loving remembrance of her.-grana:
i K mother, July 80, 1808."-
If' ' V- A similar stone is erected, at -Deep
feiver cemetery sit f mltae lof Hig!
V Point Her husband' , grave "Wa.
-Gardner. , .- v-'?.-;?,
he RF.mn ppimaut
a The 8ta Board of rtwt Tons "to
'., edved word from Frank (', -' t, . of
I An air. that he would tnUr f r sc-
y -finiX primary against M. L. 1 -rnnn.
,' for Commlsslonor of Labor m I 1 j . t-
lug, and this announceiwmt bruin out
that Chxrlrs Koss, of, Lillin(rU)n, v 1
nter afunst D. G. BrummiU f -jt ' t-
Homey General, and Fred P. Le'' n n
'. for Commiiwloner of - Agriculiuro
aralnst W. A. Graham. ' The Second
primary In the state must be held, ao
. cording to the tlortlon law, on Johr
i 6, or four weeks after the first pri-
i , mary. The board met Monday to
moVe the arrmngnmenU to have, the
ticket printed for one hundred eoun-
toe. v. '
. . hi . " . i i. .i '
; Ci wt Aks For BconI Prisury
Frr V Cr.it, e(.m!'.!nt fr,r eTmmI
tlonr of l.ibor and pr,i.tin-. announ
Uat 1.9 will content IL I
I !pmn In a K)nd rrirnary. Mr.
'1 nr'-m.lt ami Cha.rlf Kn will run
tff V t n"rrrr g.ra'-'.'; In the
pci, r.d -n;rnrj Ju'r 6. 1 "T would
r,f,t l-v r-'rrH t..S f-).t -rnn(l
t rn t s 1 t Irrrt iol.ta.ry liau.
j ut th-y v.,1 cm In of U.e Cit an
t,)tinr.iict,t stands. , '
The Julytem tbf Randolph Super
lor Court, convened Jdonf' -wning
with Judge W. F. Hare ' Char-
Lensv prosecuting for t .The
citisens of tb County lu, .ji wd to
Judge Eardinp'O' .ha; s,, ,t whjch
M oonouent to nroaa-tx ons on
civic and morel s rigbteoutisa..; A
targe number weie Tpresent1' for "The
ODenink 'of court" " in" his"' charjre
Judge Harding, gpoke of the ; educa
tional progress of -tyState .during
the hut forty, years.' He said that Vie
f oUowingthe.;Clya.; War ; ther educa- !
uonai advantages were.poor, but our
fore fathers hid sowed1 the .seed" "fr
the. progms which- thd estate. Vhaj
been, en joying for the past Jew'
In contrasting . the educational
tuuons of the state, Judge' Harding
sua that thirty-nine years, ago there
was not a graded school, in the State,1
ana mat thirty-lour -years, ago there
were only twd huridred boys"in the
State JDnivorsity.. Speaking ,,'road
building he "said Jt was, not a move
ment of only, a fewTyears'but dated
back "to? efforts., ef older neonle who
had sacrificed that Ihe men of today
might learn to give the best they had
to tiiis great State. v He denounced
crime in its' different forms and said
there were enough liesjold at the last
term .of court in the county to keep
a six months term of court busy '; In
ipeakdng of upholding the laws of the
country, he said men -ought to. be
eoiiras0U8 and eriticiae those, who
Iwould not openly 'condemn crime,;Te-
ferring especially to a, letter, which
was circulated M this community t
eraLweeks jigo of derogatory nature.
!- The; following were drawn a grand
JurOrsr S.' SjCoxforemanylohn: ,T.
MIH XrOWn. Vl -WMW, K (VV9 O.
Buie,i W L.: Fogleniw,' W Boone,
Q, Osborne; E,.IiiBw,.?I H
Bmji. T H. Swaim. C A. Garner. O.
n.iieacn, v. VAiVJaatoru, a. mh'
i, out oi 44 iujora summonefl z are
f serytg;. ' Tb: ptherjr 1 except two or
tnree noi eervea-were-excuaeu w gw
pew Jurors are: E. J. filler 0 Bi
- FoUo' 8mef ' ot : th eases
triedrtia ; vHrt' opened Mondaiyi r
State vs. tieorge oaunaers ana w
State vs. rjtui Jr.: raynes, eanviuur-
PATROLMAN HONBYCCTT TOF
GREENSBORO I KILLED B Y NEGHO
Elmer R. Honevcutt patrolman of
the Greensboro potice force was in
stantly killed last Sunday morning at
1 Vclockrin XMr thit' woodland, near
the Dixie .Swimming pool, on the
High Point boulevard. Mr. Honay
cutt and other officials of the force
were irf search of mm runners and
gamblers, who were reported to have
been seen in the vicinity of the Dixie
swimming pool, when Honeycutt ran
into the negro, Davis who, is said,
fired the fatal shot. Within a very
few hours after the shooting the
negro who gave his name as jonn
Davis, from Inman, S. C, was placed
(behind the bars of the Guilford county
Jail and from behind the cell door
practically conies sea to me snooung,
and also to several . robberies which
have occured recently in Greensboro.
Mr. Honeycutt was a member of the
famous 80th division, and is well
known by practically every, Randolph
hboy who served: with this unit, in
Shortly after ' the shooting the
Greensboro police notified W. C. York,
of Asheboro, to hurry to Greensboro
with his bloodhounds. Mr. York arriv
nf fnVZZ hid alreadr .Urtid
fall vSSt hotmdlxWut
ed in Greensboro at 1 O'clock. -TM
their: aia wsaneeuea. . g-
wanWt 2 'clockVhe; TthT
Wrsaptured the negro who waslia,-
Kbehtad a. brush pile. The dogs
Leontmeed the trail, stopping
when they reacbea tne orusn- rue.
Feeling has been running very high,"
but there wen at no time the nearest
sign, thai the, enraged citisens at
tempted to. take- the law in their own
hands. Mr, Honeycutt served- ni
Country during the war In. a very
gnlant manner, and was at all times
brave and courageous soldier, HIS
m-my comra-los of the 80th division
and of tho police force of Greensboro"
rj..urn the Ios of
Jmniun nishway ' Offldale
Tour tints and Inxpert ITIjhwayS
C'-,::,H tf the r n
hlhwy ri.f.ri,.- ion (. : .rn
Hr,7 ! I
American y - m;m ( , ; h
or more i Vh".V.:.
tourwd t!i i ' n It t!,5 1 !
road buil.i'- - r , : .
morning ; t ; . i r i
BW Eiwnci'r 1 , - , ,
way spsnni'T t
Spencer. Tim i : t
ears bearing t' . i .
visitors, was t It t t . ,
new brWge.. lly wrr i
bridge by ornciai or :
rtveo a weteome by t!.e
f I !
Rowan ' eoanty. fTral
were made by otd of.'i-,-' of t
state highway enmrrlpelon an, I 1
Mmbers ef the for!gn coinn,ilU.
by Jarrell,: Sanders ple4 toOty andJi1.,,?, f't
tZAV U MimUnnmA nrl nnnnf nf f ' In the tax of State
phy, C L. Klvet Ben Bobertsoa T
defendants were fined 85.00 and.t'
- 6Ute Vs. Kidney Snow andBel
Jnemson, , the defendanta throug
their counsel waived bill and -plea
guilty.1 Judgment was suspended oil
payment of costs. . . m-n
'In the ease of State vs. Mlljard
Wright thr defendant pleads ruilt,
of forcible trespass. - Judgment tha
defendant pay fine of 50.00 and eosts.
- iitate ivs. John uendren, defendant
plead guilty- and war fined 150.00
and osts.4 if '
vRUte VH. RAloh Hendren. the'de.
jfendanf "plead guilty' and was fined
fiuo.uu ana costs, r . j
x State vsi BF. Robbins; for havin?
Uquorin his poseesBion, fined $25.00
and costs. "'--'' ' ' -1- . . . -,-. M
C State vs. Boyd Brown, def enOantS
plead guilty of carrying concealed;
weapon, was nned 160.00 and costs.;
-in the ease of state vs. Bunue
Maness, Carlie Bell, Jesse ' Lewder
milk, the jury gave a verdict of flot
- State vs. Bill Burns; Judgment the
defendant serve a term of 18 months
in the State prison.
State-- vs. John Led well, . Bumie
Maness, and Roy Maness. John Led'
well and Bumie Maness plead guilty
or receiving stolen property, knowing
it tb .be stole. A verdict of not guilty
as to Koy Maness. ' - -m.
The case of State vs. John Ledwell,
Burnie Maness, Jesse Lowdermftk,
John , ; Williams, ' John LedwelT, Ell
Thomas, Chas. Richardson, a verdict
of guilty. - .
,,ln the cases of State , vs. Tom Hat
wood, one case of carrying concealed
weapon was found guilty and in oiie
estate vs., JU..JB. owaun, ueienaaui
plead vguilty and judgment of two
years in the State prison.
'r''ekWWilt'va. Ell Thomas - th
jury, gave a' verdict of guilty. , ;
estate vs. jsurnie maness, jonn ieo
well, ' Jessef Lowdermilk a verdict of
guilty was Tendered for all three. ' 4
State Vs. Jim Cunningham the de
fendant received a verdict of not
CSiita vs. Oktev lneold. the defend
ant plead gvttty, judgment, fine of
oeunaant z-s. owann -piwi jjiukj.
COMMISSIONERS HAD CALL .
RandolDh County Commissioners
met in a, call meeting Monday, Juneimn(cea m s terrific gun battln but
ioui t u. iiu, .ur n ifuiiivirv "l
receivinar bids for the bridge at Park-
ers Mill across the Uwharrie river,
Alio uiub wponcu ncio s iuuvno.
Steele A Lebby bid fer concrete
bridge $9780 for 12 feet roadway, and
liuv ir 10 iwi.
R G. Foster Construction Com-
pany, steel bridge. $9975 for 12 foot
driveway and 12883 for 18 foot drive
way. Atlantic Bridge Company for steel
bridee S45050.00 for 18 foot drive-
way and ?1154.00 for 12 foot drive-
J. L. Brinkley steel bridge $10196.50
for 12 foot driveway.
Lutun Bridge Company, concrete
After carefully considering the Dias
it was decided by the Board to accept
Steele A Lebby bid subject to the
approval of J. C. Bain.
, LEE M. KEARNS, Clerk.
RANDOLPH COUNTY MAN
HEADS SALISBURY SCHOOLS,
.Mr. Guy B. Philips, son of Post -
master J. L. Phillips of Trinityt was
this week elected superintendent of
Salisbury schools. Mr. Pnfllipe! " The bride is one ef High
rino. 190 been wperintendenl ; of ;gJJg tbp.pataf young: women
the Greensboro High School and has A v,.. . w(,i1 Ji-j- nf friends there.
UniW if North Carolina in 1818
wfth- high honor, H ha. done
Vhool work at Raleigh and Oxford
fj"!" VI,nv7. ,
1 ine election oi nr. imuiin u
distinct honor w there were one hun-
dred appUcaoe for the position.
BIG FARMERS' PICNIC DINNER 4
AND MEETING JULY 12TH
At the regular monthly meeting
last Saturday of the Co-operative To
baoeo Assodatlon. it was decided to
v. mnrAwjmA fanwrf 'meeting
and imrUe all farmers of the county
to take part. Thia meeting will be
bd.l at the Fair Grounds in Asheboro,
on the 12th of July. Every farmer e
i ,-:td to come and bring Ma family
? and also a basket of dlrtne?. '
A i r-,T"mrte hsve been wade so
l t . noted speakers at the mora-
i, and two In the afternoon,
nf In the afternoon bewev-
r v. ..1 U divided, with a meeting for
a rnn and a separate meeting ior
th' ladles with a good speaker , foe
' ' ' ' '''. -'
lit nm4 6f the diffemit pkere
,:l pot be atinmmed now, but -JL
; h' I Oiat rU Will
f, r thn aniiounrcmen
i'l have rhnret st this mating.
It l,opd that tTiry farmer whe poe-
' ' ' ' , -
Itiai Mae Preaiell The Bride
or Sir, Kenneth F. uarby. Will
j Make Their Home at.Troy. ...
A prettr but simple- home wedding
was solemnized -at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. PresnelL. on , South
Kayettevilie street, last Saturday
morning 'at 10:30 o'clock,.:- when
their eldest daughter, Miss Mae Pres
nell,' became the bride pt Mr. - Ken
neth P. Darby. , " , .
Only a few intimate friends and
relatives -were present Miss Nannie
Bulla played the wedding marches,
using-Lohengrin's as the processional
and Mendelsohn's as the recessional
The bride and groom entered together,
with'Tio attendants except the ring
bearer, little Miss Katherine Pres-
nUi sistek of the bride, who carried
tiering in the heart of a white rose.
ThPcerehi6nywas performed by the
bride's jwstor, RevV H. F. Foglemah,
u. ing the ring service oi tne jneuioa
itit Jmteatant church. During the
opremowy, Miss Bulla -softly played,
T. 0k- . WliayjOBe. : iw unuc, wuo
is. a handsome brunette, looked un
usuanywelt'in a. dark blue suit with
Fllowin the eeiwBony, Mrs. Pres-
neU served creasn and cake to the
srueettr: and dunng the serving, nr.
nd, Mrs. Darby-slipped away and
left for Washington and Atlantic City,
wherer they will spena tneir noney-
nltfra. Darbv is a nonular and at
tractive, young woman. , She was edu
cated at' Alboro high school -and
North Carolina College for Women.
Sh 'ia.'tilahted : fau music, having &
Voice- el uhusuai power and .melody,
Mi- ISarhtr, la a cioable young busi-
Th eouple mUl mak their , home at
TroytWthete Mr. Darbr holds po-
DJklUU W.W. Q ' "
Comnany;- ' -' m
4Wtof-town sruests for the wed-
Mmni KiMa Claire PresnelL sis
the-bride, of Baltimore: Mary
Darby 'sister of the groom, of Rich-
mono; ana junoua rrcmicu, u vm"-
i RANDTra ROH MAIITRAIN
;:A -'tS,!i4''';Milwankelml;:?i Pftit
t an tram irom:vi"KW ':iy,f "-j
ltMntr MnflM north oi
bandit" who weWriding.tai four auto
A special train was commandeered
oerauit of the
v.njifa Th hsndits and train guards
the bandits ouraumDerea un i"
i j -v nnawwirion of forty mail
bags-which contained about 81,000,000
ijjj currency ana otner
lmbles. The bandits put up a stop
' i(mai a cr0M roads near Rondout,
land when the train caino wy
robbers boarded the train and
layered the engineer and fireman, and
made them pull tne train two uuo
down the line. In the meantime the
other bandits took possession of the
other part of the train and forced the
conductor and mail clerks out oi tne
'car. The remaining bandits then
rifled the train and secured the mail
sacks and the fortune in government
MR yj k DICKENS FORMEKL.I
OF ASHEBORO, MARRIED
Mr. W. K. Dickens and Miss Annie
Younts were married at the home of
the bride's parents in High Point last
ownta Asheboro, having lived here
Monday morning. Wr. uicsens i wu
ifor (everal ysars, and hwd a position
!m poatoffice here. He is now
hoidmga responsible position with the
r..,-Ql M.tinnal Bank at High
t" V T Ha . r.iiM
jjne m an aiumiw
eollac. After the ceremony the
young couple motored to Greensboro
where they took a train for Wilming
ton and WrlghtsvUle Beach. On their
return the bride ami groom will make
their home in High POjhfc -
Dickens will renume his work with
the Commercial Natloaai Bank,
stbly can will come and bring his
family, as this meeting is to discuss
problems relating to all phases of
farm Ufa. Ihe keynote of the eet
ing however wP.1 be the marketing of
farm ', problems, and orgamsawona
aseeesary to the svoceeaful sarrying
out ef this probUm.
f. This problsni of markeUng appllae
U each elaaa of fernung. . Let tts be
tobaoee, eotton, small grain or live
stockTAll are faced by the same great
problem, - Care is to be taken m the
aeioctioa of the 'spekra for thta
oocaaion, M the eomndtUe appeinted
to st up the program are amino e
t th very best talent possible lor
this occasion,;, ,;- f
Rsmembef , the dau and' Ue mnU
witrhthi psrWa''r 12th a 'RED t LETTER ; DAY
e- , . 1
. t County Agent
THE MYSTERIOUS LADY
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT ON IT, S. .
Perhaps one of , the greatest acci
dents ever heard of on an American
battleship occurred last Thursday
morning on the San, Clement fleet
drill near San Pedro, Xlifonua, when
a fourteen : inch sun of number . two
Hurrent on the' fm:.4r-fii V lawpw
back fired nA kuleoj three - orncers
and forty five enlisted, men. .Nearly
a score- more' were-, seriously fojiured
by the flare back that earned ; the
charge thronghrrthe, breach of "; the
gun msteaa oi tnrougn tne musxie.
The gun crew?; was preparing to nlre
as one unit in the great seafighters
broadside, when a sailor called ror tne
electricity to be turned on v. fbr: : ' 'the
charge. .. The switch was thrown on
to ismlte the sheu. neiore tne oreecn
was locked and ro another niomebt
the interior ej 'talent 'e'Jieiu
D. Smith, from the U. S. Mew Mexico,
was the first inn Jd ehtet the tunent
No. 2 . loUowing. the' burning bf the
smokeless pdwderCwhjch .jnuffed o.ut
the liVea, bf thf two , r nien? -Wh h
ZZT-JZJTbZM Ul"v : izri.Z
rent he , discovwd,AuatN bVJ
with. th fertfention of Enslim Tveas. 1
!... A. jIam, fnrftf fMM. ,1U I
SCOlllj H vn J.vj. .w "Viu
j,b. .vhitt v. .Aisan
the tunent,r . which revolving ai 'y
time of tne explosion occurred on u
battleshin. - remained in the position
in which it was. at the timeofthe ex-
plosioni the hank fire from the jert
ran would have son in tne city i
an Pedro r and would have- probably
killed. hundreds of people. . Wbeh the
TUIlilcrM naiiu kuiuiii wumv.o
was wrenched away Dy we expioswn,
the sruns kept revolving and stopped
directly aft. thereby saving tne uvea
of many people in the city of San
Fedro. 1 ne noepitai snip wnicn w
nana, oi late savea- wu
the 44 , itteh, shell wWcb kOled,' the
fortr-fiva men andthree of fleers. Had t:
in port, was at once notified and j The State Board of elections re
preparations were made at once to ceived word from Frank Grist, of Le
take care of the dead and dying. , noir that he would enter for second
The super dreadnaught, Mississippi, primary against M. L. Shipman, for
was launched in January, 1917, in the Commissioner of Labor and Printing,
presence of Josephus Daniels, then and this announcement brings out
secretary of the navy, and 20,000 that Charles Ross of Lillington w, 1
spectators. She was christened by enter against D. G. Brummitt for At
MifiB Camille McBeath, daughter of torney General, and Fred P. Latham
J. M. McBeath, who was Democratic for Commissioner of Agriculture
national committeeman from Missis- against W. A Graham,
ippl. I Mr. Charles Ross, who was in Ashe-
MR K R WILLIAMS
DIES AT CENTRAL FALLS
Mr. K. B. Williams died at Central
Fall- at the are of 62. Tuesday, foi-
lowing three- years, illness of heart
dropsy. Mr. Williams is survived by
his wife, one daughter , and one son,
Mrs. Charlie Glasgow and Mr. Gumey
Williams, both of Central r alls, me
deceased was a splendid Christian cit
iaen. He was a member of Giles
Chapel, M, P. Church. He had been
in. the grocery business for several
years.' The iunersi ewlce was con
ducted yesterday at Grays Chapel by
Rew. W. F. Keutwtt, ef Asheboro, and
Rev. 0. P.. Routh, of Central Falls,
after which burial followed.
FORMER YADKIN MAN .
KILLED IN NEW MttlHJU
Ham Doothit e formT Yadkin.
oonnty citlsen, was killed in Oovia,
New Mexico, last Monday, a tele
gram received oy , nis meo an.
Jamee , Adams of WlnsUn-Salem,
itated that Doothit was shor and in
stantly killed. The telegram failed to
giv amy particular or tne maooung.
irwu a kbUt . ef Yadkin eounty
Mil mnl nui aro retnraeA to his
eattve county and conducted a large
BtematU beslnesa thare smtil he die
poeed ef his business iatareaU, and
went west' Information .in rgerd to
Douthifi death se being, seught.
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'SUBTRiae fflRTHDAt; DINNER
AUet a hundred aad1lftMtatrtee
and t rWwds gatherad at th hems Of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C BpJver, of Cam
eron, to CiUhrat Mrs. Fptvey'a 82nd
birthday. The dinner was a aomnUte
urprie to Mra.t"plwy,vhtf waa Klal
Ida Pyrd fomwrly of Aabeboro, ' A
umptumi d!nr wan served from
the well fi)td lkto that the guesU
had brought with theww . ' i
Thousands Are Erjecled " la
Asheboro For the Opea
in? Dar, Juae Sft' -ftstint
Will Contiane Eatlrc: Week,
Making the' Fourth of Joljv
the Biggest day ever lieki In
Asheboro stand behind Jm
firemen?". Mayor Ross wsjw
one or the firemen's conr
"In the broadest sense I
ing", is his expression, f
the boys now, always hi
ways will be; and your fr
june w to juiy otn flul ' '-
by every citizen in the town
"TheT business interests' of all the
cities", Mayor Ross said, '"stand
Xrely behind the fire departments
he time, and justly so, for it is
tney who are ready, day or night,
rain or shine, to respond instantly at
the point of alarm and fight at the
risk of their own lives to save Bvea
and property from natures most ruth'
less enemy ef man Fire".
In the big festival being planned
wnicn vui out oo anytning oi its
kind ever attempted here, Mayor Rosa
sees the whole county .united in a big
week of fun and festivities, "Unpaid
lor their time and risk, purely an un
selfish service given to the city of
Asheboro'VMayor Rss says, "the
best the business men. women. ' and
every single citizen, can do ts to hack
the fire Boys, back them to the limit.
in every way, shape and form. Our
people should stand behind them", net
says, "and aid our Fire Fighters in
very way, to , make the : Firenteh'f.,
Festival a' great success", and,' be
continued, "the money derived from
this, will be used: in. purchasing an
additional fire equipment that la
turn will be put to work as- guardian
over the, accumulation , of ..property
'Asheboro citisens have or may have.'
nystenow ady in Wr Midst.
mat about this mysterious lady
stuff, anyway?"' ' C E. Heritage,
manager. of tiieS Firemen's fFestrvaX
was asked this morning by a reporter'
' "Sh haA rrited,T Mr. 'Heritage
vnuong ma Dusmesa puces
and looking over the city. She ukes it
fine, atad, contemplates, a ,.; joHytgood!
- . ' z -?.- ' " ' ft .(
, .. n. . . . .. -- . ' .
.?-iwv wm ne mve loin - cnanoa-;
Certainly ahe witf, mahatow
afateeL "She begine By having her
: prcturw m vm papwra, -- ct oa aca
day, through the -papers and on eot-
ers, with a story ef 'whom she .taOtr, ,
- ea, wnat aooux, or aw,, ner picmN
, . r -
I (Continued on page 8.)
' 1 1 " ' - '
oiauhu inuutni vr
E HIM JUTY a
iachl y T ' ' o.
urwt starts tne si
j Mr. Charles Ross
i. ' r.
ooro, Monday, ana saia it wn not
Ibis intention to call for, another pri-
ary if the others did not on account
oi tne expenBen wnicn wnicn wuwu
.incurred Vut as the others had so
arranged he would also enter.
MRS CELIA MOFTTTT DEAD
Mrs. Cells Moffitt. widow of the
late Calvin Moffitt, died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Eli Freeman, at
Ether Sunday and was brought to her
old home church at Shiloh for burial
Monday. The deoeaned had been suf
fering from heart dropsy for three
years. She was 73 years of age. She
is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Eli
Freeman and two sons, Willie Moffitt,
Betmett; and Bob Mlffitt, Coleridge.
A large crowd of citisens from Ether
attended the funeral, among whom
were: Mr. and Mm, A W. Brown,
Mrs. W. Farlow, Mr. and Mrs. John
T. Freeman, Mr and Mrs. Carl Jordan,
Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Helaabeck,
Mrs. C C. Sum Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Cavineas, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Barnes, Mrs. name
Hill lard. Miss- LUUe Barnes, Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus McLeod. Mr. D. A. Mo
Leod. Mr. H. Freeman, six. and Mrs.
C & Phillips. .
The flower girls were: Lena Smith,
Mabel Garner, Gladys and Grace Cav
inM. Dorothy Helaabeck, Gertrude ,
Kerne, Usale Moore, Eva and Mildred
Jadge George W. - Cenaw Al
- te the Office ef Associate
- Judge George W. Connor, of the '
Superior Court, has been appointed to
the of fVe of associate justice of the
state Rubrnne court to succeed Jus .
tie W. A. Hoke, who we, reewitly
appointed hW justice. Judge Con
nor wm in WOoea at the time the
appointment was truule. Ha has bv
(ormd the governor that be will ae '
eapt the appointment . .j
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