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Oct. 9, 1924, edition 1 /
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THE ASHEBORO COURIER, ASHEBORO, N. C
Thursday, October 9 192(
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Tax BardVa Prr Inhbiiini
NtWS IN KKILr
o.illcl r the
ii. a. Ai kana.
1 !ii-u.: the list
per inhabitant !'
eaa apeakers in
fixed habit of :
State, and maVji-
kardly b sa.
personnel of '.: t
and tnis inc!j.:e
ant of the true '
know that m.rt '.
in North Can. 'it .1
cent of taxes !' r
state goverr.ir.t-: :
tutions. Vet n.a:
the statement ui
government 1- I'ur
with taxes. The -supported
the like. The tax.
palities and count
for county an-i :..
As a matter
ef the people
much less thai
burden of the
lina's tax bur:
a burden, per
year 1!)--. a. v.
figures conn ::i
$18.01, while t:
&ge for tl:e a;
tax burden i -other
big neirni po
with an average t
J82.0'.l; iH'Nt come in order Oregon
with $61.54. California with $5!.St,
Arizoniu with .'fo.s.Tt;. New York with
J57.53, Khode Idand with .V..17. Of
the 48 states of the union North
Carolina's tax burden per inhabitant
is 44th, or only four from the lowest.
This average $1v01 per inhabitant
includes all direct taxes for all coun
ty, city, town, and local purposes. The
average inhabitant of .North Carolina
pays no tax for the support of the
If this tax average is considered in
the light of the vast number and qual
ity of improvements in the Old North
State it is really remarkable. In no
state in the union do the people get
more for their money than the people
f North Carolina. This state's mar
velous progress along lines of educa
tion, good roads, agriculture and
manufacturing is attracting the at
tention of the country. No state in
the union is progressing faster than
The network of good roads, hard
surface and standard sand clay that
is being built over the state, costs tb,
average man notnmg except a
tax on each uallon of t-asoline.
man who drive
lo taking the :.
going back to 1 1
The man v. 1 o
cr use ga-
the s Meni . : 1 1 1 ..a. . ;.. t ;
the Use of them . t t o ,nm
true that a li.no urf.ue rm
not run by every n an's 1 .
construction of t'.i- .- -loin o
roads has probably ju-t beeui
all important cities and tow:
every county -eat will be c
with hard surface loads. 1
is done it w ill be tune to build
There is no reason for the
burdensome taxation to In
: ; arg
ljtiis P Summers. R-,.
d. .'.ate for Congress frun
gll .a C.UtrU'.. ha a:
,t: rnai I r m the incr
. see- the f u. ..
t - -v ag' ' st eertar.
r ytfi .:
lay r .i" :
l'i 11. t.
-. The :
. M. l-.i.
well as '.
Gsdiick, kgtd 27, wj kiU
! aj.j Augustus Leeper, '
as .--enuu-.y injurej r n
'rr, a car in which they
t- r: acro&s a u.tcr. and
i ' i f pv st on a t..gh ay
.a In th ) vung ::.ru "rrf
hr. tin. nt.
:.'. rn Railway Cot-j j'
tave- 11. buncombe . -''
11. trie amount of
t -.t.gle tax paid m tt.a".
E. C. COX, Dealer
Asheboro, N, C.
Ford the Florist
High Point, N. C.
Mrs. W. C. Hammer
for Randolph County
Phones 11 and 144
A '.i.tiot.s co-ting m t.'.e i.eiirfbor-h-:
of f-.!HHi are t-eii.g built to the
Mam Street Methoui-t church at
1 nomasville 'The building is being
repainted on the tn-nle throughout.
Kev. A C GiM.s. ("..rtnerly pa.-tor of
the M. K CI.Liicn. at Asb.-l.ro. i.
p;istor of ti.i- church.
: ' 1 i r eet.s :
." J . -Vet to : :
n ...rr..- g an :
I ne had g. i
stack to plac
bn t.ze rim.
raging in a " .1 i torrei :
.d stage - w 1 pt aw a.,
railway steti and coi.
.tie mile west of Goi :--.
night of last week,
earning with it four cars loaded wit.'i
stone and coal which were on t.ne
brntge to hold it down.
'.'.e K. r
ctete bringe 1
n ile the newly dug sweet pota- px 491
carefully; a bruise may mean rot
tt. a re-Mont o!
'ail at Ga-toi:ia
with attemptuig t
Triplett is mii.i to
home of his
she ba.s been stay
from her husbano
-ho live with lull).
he attacke. s her w
s tnot.ncr w 1
n.i oenianiieil tliat
rion her refusal
'. a r.izcr, -. idling
Gail 1're.i.iick. I'avi.h'.ii coiintv
hoy. wlnle lining on a loa.i of corn
fodiler 011 his wa to 'I'homa.sville
last Thin s, lay night, w a bitten by a
copper head snake which "a.- brushed
off of a limb overhanking the road
onto the wagon. He was given treat
ment by a 'i'hoinasville physician and
Children Cry for
James H. Shernll, aged 6:1 years,
dropped dead on a street in States
ville last Friday following an attack
of heart trouble.
Miss Annie Yow, of Thomasville,
succeeds Miss Alberta Pratt as pub
lic health nurse for Davidson county.
Miss Pratt goes to Catawba county
to assume like duties in that county.
Dr. H. C. Gambell, of Mooresville,
is the new county health officer for
Davidson county. He succeeds Dr. F.
J. Lancaster, who resigned in order to
enter private practice.
where in North Carolina. True the
tax rate in some counties is higher
than in others, and there are local
reasons for this difference in the
rate. Hut the man v ho talks of
burdensome state taxation is either
furthering falscho,., intentionally or
U ignorant and will nut inform him
self of the facts.
There are 1,462 Piggy Wiggly
stores in operation, one having been
opened in Lexington last Saturday.
Governor W. Ii. Ross, of Wyoming,
died Thursday morning of last week
following an operation for appendi
citis. Koss was the third Democratic
governor Wyoming has had during
her .",4 years of statehood.
Money back without question
if HUNT'S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
(Hunt's Salve and Snap), fail in
the treatment ofltch. Eczema,
inff akin disease. Try tbJe
Uaimeoi at our nu,
ASHEBORO DRUG CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
What's Your Tire
Is it a better tire for no more money than
you're paying now?
Goodyear Tires solve the problem.
Goodyear gives you the longest trouble
free mileage that is built into any tire.
And on that Goodyear quality we quote
you a Goodyear price as low as you want
Asheboro Motor Car Company
jiflcr every meal
Horruson To Sp ,ik Mere The
Governor Cameron Morrison will
speak in Ashehnro Friday, October
17th, on his port- ano waterways pro
irram. He will ,-.,k at Concord on
the Mth, Albemarle the lath, and
ICxington the H'.tn
Fred Mcl'hcrson Makes CckkI
The Sundav i ue
Fred Mcl'lier-.e . 1,
the owners of the
Laundry, under '!
War Veteran Make
PherMin ha- rere:.
Damp Liundry a .
BUitiaftrment of an
According to !:P
Mr. Mrl'herson I
WCcekhflil with ;,s
K Mrcin over e
win Er. McPlur..
Point wi(fton .'ii;.
ambition and the
of the High Point
t :.e picture of M r.
mager and one of
High 1'oint Damp
K I". Mr. Mr-
' . added to the
1 . donning plant,
a' d under the
xpei t dry cleaner.
.1 been eminently
'amp laundry. Af
1 ; 111 the world's
n r.imo to High
.. but be had the
will, and through
OCTOBER 14, 15, 16, 17, 18!
5 - BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS -5
FINE HORSE RACING DAILY!
Mx effort be ha- h nlt up a wonder
ful patronage for hi- laundry which,
f eourn will he continued without
any of hid energy Ukrn away from
ondncUnK It because of hm now plant.
Hr. McPhron la a ion of Mr. and
If rt, Tom UcIhmon, of Anheboro,
i and hU many friendu in thii county
WC1 b (lad to hear of hi wonderful
ttntti in bl bualneaa rnterpriM In
Via adoptad bom.
FIRK WORKS EVKRY NIGHT EXCEIT SATURDAY
('om)lctc ChanRe In Fireworks Each Night
This SiHrtacular Pyrotechnical Dis)lay Will Surpass Anything
Ever Soon In The State
Thoroughbred Live Stock and
Poultry of Marvelous Conforma
tion Will Vie with Agricultural
Products Second to None.
, Pyrotol, a cheap nplofdra, mada
ftn (roond mok)M powrlar and
KKrata at Soda la being of farad to
Umnt at cost thla falL Tha Farm
Artt tm ynt aooaty wIQ take row
Spectators Will Simply hold their
Breath at these Exciting and In
BE SURE AND SEE THE
, TOUT ItHZUMATtSM
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Friday, October 17, all white
school children of adjoining coun
ties Admitted Free as Usual
AUTO SHOW AT THE FAIR WILL BE BIGGER THAN EVER
THE:ff. A. AVOLFE SHOWS
MOTHER :- Fletcher's
Castoria is T pleasant, harm
less Substitute for Castor
Oil, Paregoric, Teething
Drops and Soothing Syrups
prepared for Infants in arms
and Children all ages. -
aweet 'aad a
To avoid imitation,, alway. look for the .ignature
Proven djrcctionj on each oackac Phyticuni everjrwhere reconnneno W.
y .T" Always comfortable and cheery W
in coldest winter weather with Jp2S'sttb4
HOT BLAST HEATER
The stove that consumes the valuable fuel gases by means of its famous Hot
Blast Combustion is guaranteed to save one-third your fueL (See cut).
We unhesitatingly recommend this remarkable heater to those who want the
beat arid moat economical Rove made. Don't accept a aubatitutc. Let M show you yotot tcdaj,
ASHEBORO HARDWARE COMPANY
Asheboro, N. C.
You'll never be uncertain about the safety of your
investment if you buy Bonds in which both principal and
interest are guaranteed by the Central Loan & Trust
We have for sale GUARANTEED 6 PER CENT
FIRST MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE BONDS in denom
inations of $100 and up, which are fully guaranteed as
to payment of both principal and interest '
and Trnot G6niar
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ni-ht. Cnnd m the hrr.tL'
'! "IT - FAIH DAILY-
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