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i:o COURILIC ASIIEBOSO. N. C.
Itr. Dwifht Kichardson.
Born to Mr. sad Mr. Henry Injraai Dc W. J, Sumner and Uujiiter,
J September th, a sea, Henry, Jr. ; Mi&s Kubv, af fcamilemaa, r :
iwm waaaasaay ier arecraj ewna.
I '. Mr Job Enw, ef Hig-a Point.
;pn ua wecs-ena n uoeoero. -J
Mr. Naanie Ware Westhreok. f
- iaitaj Um R.I1L. B
,- :- 1 wM last. Friday,
of Vest ' Mr. OiiIh Staler, of Stale, ra
fEnd. spnt the -week-end in Asbebero. amour the business visitors in Ashe-
k. Crime, of rankllirflle.
fal "town on- BBstnsse Taesday. 1 Mr. V. C. Xaricy, of Bamaeur, wu
Mr. CL M-.Tyeor, of Erect, was In . towa-ssveraj hour. Tuesday on
town aeveral hours Tuesday an basfei1' ' -
eas. . , V- 4 Miss 'Attest BirUiead. of
MlM Mary Presnell, of 8eagTWe,!j.itfo.t Mr- Ha ft
Urn Yillia Low and daachUr. of
Hi Point, are viaiting Mr. Sallie
Low this week. -
Mrs. 8. C Greea aad two children,
of Raleigh, are visiting Mr. and Mr.
W. A. Gregory. .
Mr. I. C Moeer, reprnentttive is. Honoring the seveaty-oecond birth-.
Bay of Mr. rater b. rag, im mem-
ben of his family fa Aaheboro gave
TIM TlUUilK - wnw; biihw m - r
ki2f ord Collega taia week. ' "-v Iter-Dev, grower, of
I v- J T ' Ti.W u WoUrlniRomta X fwaa. among the
it oneration at Havworth he ! Ajbb ks Thursday.
nital last week. , t ,, ' J ' '
Don't forget - the parent-teachers M. f txip to Baltimore. ,;and
meetinr at me scaee auaiionum in- "-
the General Assembly from Kaadolph
County, waa appelated at the extra
ordinary session af the Legislature,
a amber ef , the committee ta m-
naet the mtmtm Mnel inHtnwwt J
Candor, make rewimnmrtatioaa for the . inv
proremant of the system, if in the
opinion of. the committee such action
waa advisable. Mr. Moaer is now with
we warn imi in wuu wui wswiniw i
nim a smrpriaa picnic aupper at the
Mineral Bprinjf, three miles west af
town. When the nonoraa arrived, a
boantiful pienie aupper was spread,
and in the center af the table waa a
birthday cake with seventy-two light
ad candles. Among the delightful
features of the occasion was a little
rnaka iaspsctiea of the state prison song by Bebeeea Badriek, "Grandpa
' v ' . 'irv'y . . Jrm ns jianania, m nauiaa couciy. , ts oaranvy-iwo iv-ini . iww
; va (.' trenier icii monoay nignjTM atata larm' at Metitoa will alaa ant were jur. ana an, eo.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl King, of Sea-
rove, were visitors in Aaheboro Son
Miss Marraret Moffitt will leave
Monday for Hollina College, Virginia,
where aha will enter school (his year.
Mr. Lea Eorala and wife; af Greens
boro, were visitors of Mrs. Ivy John
MrTaad Mrs, Tom Johnson, of Lib..
rty, spent Sunday in town wiw.rei
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boss and X D.I
Hosa. Jr.. spent- aeveral days in
Jtaleigh last week.
Mrs. John T., Davis is visiting iter.
lanirhter. Mra. Carl Teasrue in Thom-
ausvule. f, ; f r
Miss tJladva Allred returned Mon
Jbv from a, two . week's , visit' to
irienda and jrelativeaj in OkOahoma.
Every parent or guardian who has
child in Our school is urged to come
to the auditorium Friday, night at
8 P M,.- .;. i .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith, -of
Guilford College, were the week-end
niHtii !6f Mr. and Mrs. JL B. Beeis-
Mr. J. TWuaon, of Seagrdve.U a
natien't at the local hospitali Mr.
Wilson is goffering from a broken
Miss Nan Lowdermilk will leave'
Monday for High Point where she
-will enter the mew Methodist Protesr
Misses Man Lewis i and Etta Reid
'Wood left Wednesday for Converse
College where they will enter school
far "thia year. :ct
Mrs. T. C. Johnson, Misses Annie
nd. Clara Johnson,; of Greensboro,
visited Mr,' and Mrs. Lee M,iieams
' Mr. C. E. Keams and family pass
ed through Asheboro Sunday en orute
to Ellerbe, where their daughter Miss
Mattie Lee, will enter school.
Mr. W. C. York, secretary of the
North Carolina Fair circuit, was in
Tna atatar farm' at Method will alaa ant were Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hedrick.
other be visitad and subcommittees appoint- : and Rebecca. Cornelia Hunt and Bud
" lA kv.tba eammittaa will malm a. tanr Harfrielr? Mr. ani Mra. Clarence Da-
Mi. J.Ir. Reitiel. ofr Ramaeur vof. P varioua.via. Flora Page and Dick Davis; Mr.
Rout. waa. amonr the visitor. P '
Bunoay. peptemoer vtn, mv. b. e. nTwm- mi Jmw. p. w.ikr
Morris, of Beuchel, Ky., preached his Hal Hammer and Jane Page Walker.
nrsrt sermon at the Baptist church
since accepting the pastorate a few
weeks ago. Rev. Mr. Morris comes
o Asheboro from Kentucky with
splendid recommendations, and both
No rlaaciaed adverlialaf will
I, ki ii t jr im thut i'J tna -
,tr:iiMnii seat in mw-t W r
mmpanied by mailliuira
FOR SALE Used Fords. Several
can in first class shape, can be
bought on easy terms to responsible
parties. See J. M. Rich, Midway
Garage, 2 mile north of Asheboro.
it 4 24.
Mr. and Mra. Arther SwJgart. af,
Lexington, visited Mrs. Sallia Lew
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Meore, of
Pour Oaks, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Gregory.
t A r-
in Back Creek township.
tA venarta K ending evi-
: 'Carter Lfathirom is .
bore charged with a--r -
ly'weapoa on Sidney
aaaaalt ouiaived T' n
Sawveraviila eh arch rear
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGuinn left .""'f "T , I.V,.m. feot
Wednsedar for Hurt Paint ber -- ,hia
the, wiU make. tbelr horn Mr. Me- f u said to aava
hit Redding ever the head fend to
dieted a painfal aaala wound. -
has a filling station and ga-
th High Point -Greeaihoro
Stop Look Read j
WANTED A firat-claaa Medh aVg.
Price must be reasonable. Ethel
May Van Dyke, Asheboro, K. C
1 t 11 24
FOB SALE Farm containing T8 1-2
acres near Lineberry station, Ran
dolph county. Apply to John All
red, 108 Park Street, High Point,
2t 9 11 24 pd
' Mr- ' A. Holder and 'daughters,
Misses'Edna and Cteone, were in
ureeneooro rTjaay ior io oay.
Miaa Esther. RosS returned Sunday
front a few daya visit to the. western
part, efjtatav y
Mry.ih ikrB.'Hal V; Worth and
little aon.' -Colvm. McAlister, of Ra
leigh: apenvaie : weea-ena - nere wttn i
Congressman Wm. C. Hammer and
Hal Walker attended the speaking of
Governor Cameron Morrison at Rock
ingham Monday evening.
N Mr-; and Mrs. S. G. Copeland and
little oc Samuel, of Norfolk, are
the guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs, R. B. Register at the country
Miss Annie Tucker, assistant secre
tary of the Young Men's Christian
Association of High Point, spent
Wednesday with her motheu, Mr. M.
The Randolph Chapter ,U. D. C.
will hold their initial, meeting of the
fall September 18th with Mrs. L, C.
Phillips and Mrs. J. W. McGuinn on
Worth street. ., : a
Hrai Wm. C Hammer and .Miss
Blanche Miller left Sunday for a
Week's trip to Washington where
they will, visit Mr.and tMnv F. G.
Grimes and tanilj
Mr. J.M-. Johnson of - Ramseur
hie sermons, at .the morning
Miaaieaary Sedety Meet
Monday afternoon the Home and
Foreign Missionary Societies of the
j M. P. church held a joint meeting at
anu t : ml. i
evening .ervfaw. Snndav we Knlen-1 McnWW. 1 ne meeting was opened
did.' Sunday evening the other lvdeT?n
Mra, S. L.
.1' L&W--JS? : madT. To talk n' r
OTuedV."chch to overnTwteg:-.V
For several weeks the church has i,Pi'ltJo1
been without a pastor, Rev. Mr. Rose n yMt?n nvir kv
h.vlnr vntH . .i.-h- R.-'nt?nK was then taken over by the
- i.'. .-j -.;a. t social committee and a delightful
in Asheboro the latter
WANTED Hand ta cat S.00 cords
of wood near Asheboro and Mill
boro. Apply to J. A. Holder, Ashe
boro, N. C, '
2t 9 11 24 !
TO GIVE AWAY
FOR RENT Five-room house with
' modern conveniences, bath, electric
Lights and garage. Apply D. C. A.
Hayworth, Aaheboro, N. C.
It 9 11 24
F R E
f!SS!t fc If"'
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tiff A ;;'- y$
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part of this week.
Two Baptist Ministers Killed
hour followed. Assorted sandwiches
and tear were served.
Rev. C. E. Crissman, of High Point,
was Instantly killed, and Rev.' C. R.
Sorrell, alsd of High Point, was fat
ally injured Friday afternoon when
the automobile in which the two were
riding was struck and demolished by
Atlantic and Yadkin passenger train
No. 30 at a grade crossing directly
in frori of Macedonia Baptist church
five miles northwest of Liberty.
The car in which the ministers were
riding, air Overland sedan, was struck j
squarely in the center by tne train
and carried along the track for some,
distance before the train could be
stopped. The injured man and the
I I -, If - inlra.
Route 2, wasamong the business vis- ah' .t. L-in At uhertv the
itonl tAshebor.Xueaday.ift Mrt,. M r..mn tikn off
Delightful Birthday Party
A party delightful to the seventy
five children invited was given by
Mrs. Basil Brittain Monday after
noon, honoring-her two little daugh
ter's birthdays, Florence and Virgin
ia.'' Many delightful games were
played on the lawn before the hostess
served ice cream and cake. The
young honorees received many lovely
Johnson, called ab The t Courier office
wnne in town ana renewea ms bub-SCriptiott.-;
' iS . :A , .;-vi HtoC
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pearce left
Tuesday for a week's stay in . New
York 'and Washington. , Durinsr their
absence" their two smair sons, Buster
and Dick, will. visit their grandmotht
er in ThomasvUle.
Mr. Frank McCrary left Tuesday
for Davidson. College where1; he will
enter school. He was accompanied
by his .brother Mr. Charles McCrary
Are you building your soil? Plant
some legumes this fall for plowing
under next spring and note the re
sulting increase in crop yields. .
" . I T . . 1 IT A l . .
Leaksville yesterday for the fair ,"" ,"y " ?tUI
which is being held in that town.
Mr. John Allred, formerly of this
county, but now living in High Point,
was a business visitor in Asheboro ,
Monday. . j
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Presnell and j
-daughter, Dorothy May, will leave j
Saturday to spend some time with
Mrs. Presnell's parents m Richmond,
Seventeen marriage licenses were
issued at the office of the Register
-of DeeoS during the month of August.
Eight have been issued so far this
Esq. C. W. Wilson, of Trinity
township, waa in Asheboro during
court last week. Mr, Wilson is. a
Democrat 866 days, in the year and
he keeps up with the times.
The? fourth quartyrfr meeting of
the Uwharrie charge, W. N. 'C. con
ference, will be held at Tabor church
Saturday, September 18th, beginning
-at 11 Vclock, A. M. .
The' revival that began ' Sunday
trijrht. Sevtember 7th. at the Concord
church, Parmer, will continue .an til
and including Sunday Bight, Septem
v, aerie of meatinn will begin at
Bethel FrienVls' church best NSunday;
September 14th."eontueted -by Mra.
Anniav AMendenhalL, Cleveland,
jnio. . .
t -- '
, ,Lhtla Albert Bunting, who has
Men a patient at the local hospital
for two weeks suffering from a brok
arm. was able to go to his home
to SoBth Aeheboi Monday.
Amendment has been made to the
charter af the Asheboro Wheelbar
row Company increasing the capital
wtoek from 850,000 to 1160,000. J. 8.
Lewis is president of the company
ana &. x. Moiiitt aecretary.
- Thar eO M l meeting of the
Barents and teachers of the school at
the achooi aodttortuai Friday even
ing, September 12th at 8:00 o'clock.
If m have child In school, ploeae
soma,' . .. , v.- .
. .. ' ,
Among the students that will enter
eMhool at the North Carolina College
for Women are Misaa Helen' fiyksa,
"Linnle Birkhead, Franees and Vlrghv
ta Barker, Ethel Jonnaoa, Nannie Ad
atina, Virginia Raiding, CaUia - Way,
aad aea Cooper..v;Vfc,.
Mr, C It Moore,of Rocky Mount,
ertat Btanager for the D. Pender
Croeery Company, of Nerfolk, , Va,
-was in Asheboro Monday in connect
- Sob with business relative to opening
tip a eaah and carry grocery store
be re. . - ."s-'! .
' Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph X.' Cola, of
JTlRh Point, announce the birth ef a
UughUr, Kane Louise, Friday,
Jntomber tth. Mr. Cole is a Ran
doh'h county bey having been bom
nd reared st Coleridge. Be is with
Ah ImpeHitl Life Ixwuranee Company
t IV Point.
the train and prepared for burial,
while Mr. SorreJl was taken to San
ford and placed in a hospital. He died
ate that evening.
Mr. Sorrell has been for the past
year pastor of the East Green Street
Baptist church, High Point, and Mr.
Crissman has been prominent in the
Baptist, ministry. They were conduct
ing a series of meetings at Macedonia
church, and were returning to the
church for the afternoon service when
the accident occurred. For quite a
distance in front of the church the
state highway and the railroad tracks
run parallel and trains are in- plain
view . for ; some distance. To reach
the church from the highway it is
necessary to cross the railroad tracks
on a short stretch of road that
branches' off from the highway,
across the railroad track, and stops
! at the church. It was while in the
act of crossing the track at this place
the accident occurred.
mer students of Davidson College.
Mrs. John T. Moffitt and Miss Ma
ry Moffitt, who have spent the sum
mer at their home here will teave
Friday for North Wilksboro where
they are members of the school fac
ulty. Mr. .Henry Swaney, of Caraway,
and Miss Sarah Garren, of Mechanic,
were married Saturday morning in
the office of the Register of Deeds,
in Asheboro. Rev. W. H. Willis offi
ciating. Mrs. Swaney is the daughter M ainello Trial Package
tUSUT Mrs- c- " uarren' f! GIVEN FREE
There will be a meeting of the fft pnrh rnatftmpr a Inner
Greensboro district Epworth League ; - .
as iney last
LADIES WORK AT HOME, pleasant
easy sewing on your machine.
Whole or part time. Highest pos-
sible prices paid. For full informs- 1
tion address L. Jones, Box 755,;
It pd, ,
FOR SALE Small farm with good
buildings near hard surface road, ' "
12 miles from High Point and 2 1-2
miles from Sophia. Price attractive. ?
J. C. Hill, Randleman, N. C. . 1 1
2t pd 9 11 24 I
WANTED Hemstitch and Picot-
ing, 12 eents yard. Over Coving- i s
ton and Prevost Store. Mrs. Sara
A. Amick, Asheboro, N. C. .' s
2tpd. 9 11 24 s
FOR SALE Four shares Stock in i
Bank of Franklinville. W. A. '
Grimes, Franklinville, N. C. j s
2t pd 9 11 24 I
WANTED Green shelled peas, but-:
ter beans, snap beans, -onions, ngs, .
chickens, and country side meat. G.
P. Pritchard Grocery, South Ashe
It 9 11 24
A FIVE PASSENGER FORD TURING
AT TEN THIRTY P. Wu 1'
THE YOUNG LADY WHO ySEllS .TItEvii
LARGEST NUMBER OF TICKETSTO,
THE NARDER BROTHERS'
WIL BE GIVEN
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FOR SALE OR RENT My house in !
South Asheboro with seven rooms
and bath. All modern conveniences.
R. C, Johnson. i
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in BieJM. E. church, in Asheboro, to
nigix beginning at 8 o clock. A
number of delegates from various
parts f the county and surrounding
section, will be present. There will
be en session of the meeting only.
. Rev. W, B. Thompson, of Granite
Quarry, was in Asheboro Monday and
paid The Courier a call. He and his ,
family have been in Randolph for sew
era! days visiting relatives, including
Mrs. Thompson's parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Wood, of the Randleman ,
neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Thomp-i
son formerly lived in this county.
M esday morning of this week JaB-i
or Doak Lowe and Deputy Alpheue'
Cot took the five men sentenced - at
last week's term ef the court ta the
Penitentiary at Raleigh.' Tuesday!
morning the eight sentenced to a !
term on the roads left for Rowan
county where they will serve their,
term.' Three are in iail serving sen
tences Imposed at last tarm of court. .
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foust, of Ram
seur, and their nest, Mrs. Lena
Vraai Rawla of fVAn4:fce mmlm vie.
Hers in Asheboro1 Friday. Mrs. par
being a daughter of the late Mr. Isaac
Foust, a man who was active in the
upbuilding of his county in the ear
lier days. Mrs. Harris was greatly
pleased with and proud of the good
roads and other evidences ef the
county's progress. .
80s City won the Tri-county
league pennant by defeating the
Greensboro Cons at Siler City Bat-
ardav afternoon bv a score of '8 to S.
This was the third consecutive victory
ever the Greensbere team. Slier uty
won the first half of the league race
and the Greensboro Cove the second !
half, and the two toams have been en- j
gagea in a ans games to oeau .
th winner ef the nennant. Asheboro 1
was a member of this league the past
aeasoa, -" rr
The ar rrvgat bank reeoaro per
inhabitant ef Randolph . county t is
151.03, according to statistics compil
ed by the Department of Reral Be
eiai Eeonornics ef the University ef
North Carolina.. The awrage for the
state is 1 178. 40. New Hanover eoun
ty ranks highest with aa average per
inhabitant of 152188. Tyrell, Cra
ham, aad Omrvlen aotuitiea have ne
banks. The bank resources per In
hhitnt for Davidsoa.' county t la
LADY FAIR SHOPPE
can be purchased on essy payments.
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It is a simple, harmless preparation "
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from the intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes j .
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intestinal ailments, including ap
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An old time
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A fS ret tri will i fiven frTbire KHHay on matters of boslneaa,
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mlt has twn or rnnr entri. Inlrinn work in the state end wss
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