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Thursday, OctoVer 9, 1924
THE ASHEBORO COURIER, ASHEBORO, N. C.
Mr. Lynn Kennedy visited frtends
in Randleman last Sunday.
Mr. W. S. Gatlln, of Ulah, was a
-visitor in our office Saturday.
Mr. Colon Byrd has moved his
family from the Holly Springs section
Mr. Grady Miller, of Greensboro,
wag in town a few hours last Sat
urday. Mr. Carl Richardson, of Troy, spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. U. C. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood visited
Miss Jessie Wood at Thomasville Sun
iay. - Mr. G. A Byrd, of Winchester, Ind.,
rrived Tuesday for a visit to his
"brother, Mr. Z. T. Byrd.
Mr. and Mrs. A E. Lassiter, of
Smithfield, are the guests of Mrs.
JLassiter's sister, Mrs. W. A. Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Presnell visited
"their daughter, Mrs. Clay Richardson,
at Star Sunday.
Mr. Lewis Cooper left Tuesday for
Melbourne, Fla., where he will spend this year.
the winter. i Mr and Mrg d Cranford ,eft
Mr. Flaud Johnson and Mr. Bruce Sunday for New York City. They
Hilliard were visitors in High Point took the children to Raleigh where
one day the latter part of last week, they will visit their grandparents,
Messrs. W. A. Gregory and Colon Mr- and Mrs- A- J- Maxwell, while
ByTd were week-end visitors in , parents are in New York.
Smithfield. j Messrs. G. M. York, John Ward
Miss Zella Johnson and brother, and West Fraijier, of Staley Route 1,
"Flaud, visited friends in Greensboro were Asheboro Monday in the in
last Sunday afternoon. terest of their scho01 at Kildee. While
here Mr. York gave The Courier a
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mi. auiiu 1.1. ""-"I i
-A uuouicoo tioiwi u, &uii.iviw
Mr. C. H. Lucas, of Union town-
snip, was among me uusiness visiw,
-n AdV,hViaw Mntnlii r i
in 1 1-111 luuiu j .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wood and j
-daughter, Jamie, visited relatives at :
Jackson Hill last Sunday. j
Mrs. Florence Ewers, of High Point,
was the guest of Mrs. W. A. Greg-
ry last r nuay.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson were
visitors in Greensboro for a few
liours last Sunday.
Miss Lala Rose,, of Greensboro, is
visiting friends 'in Asheboro this
Mrs. J. D. Ross and son Joseph
and Miss Clarabel Morris were in
Mr. Carl Kivett is recovering from
an operation for appendicitis at the
High Point hospital.
Mrs. Lacy Lewis has returned from
High Point where she spent a few
Mr. C. L. Cranford, who is in the
Hign roint nospitai ior ireamiein,
Mr. Lawrence Lineberry, of Ran
lleman. was a vistor in Greensboro
The first meeting of the Randolph
nV nh will be held at the home
of Mrs. W.
C. Hammer Friday at 3
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Elliott and
children, of Randleman, spent Sun
day in Greensboro with Mrs. Elliott's
son, Mr. G. C. Lineberry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Spence are in
Albemarle this week. Mr. Spence is
attending court and Mrs. Spence is
Mrs. Ollie Presnell and little daugh-
4 TWr.thv who have been visiting
"Mrs Presnell s parents ln Kicnmona,
"Va,, returned home Sunday.
Mr. Tom Cox, of Ramseur Route
1, was In the city Monday returning
jrom nonnvuw, wuoic un
connected with some bridge work.
Mrs. W. F. Cross and daughter,
lllss Florence, and Carl Cross visited
relatives in Lexington last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Forrester, and
Itr. and Mrs. Jno. Keltxeu, oi nam-
eut, were visitors in Asheboro Hun-Jay.
Misses Lucy and Bonnie Davis, Lola , charlotte, was greeting his friends
and Clarence Luck and Miss Alvanalj,, Asheboro last week. lr. Presnell
Uneberry, of Ramseur, spent last : WM imprM(ied with the growth and
Sunday in Mt. Gllead. 1 improvement Asheboro had made in
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Millsaps and the last two years.
hlldren, of Thomasville, are uie
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Millsaps,
u. ni Prn01 left Tuesday
for Melbourne, Fla., where he will be
engaged In carpenter work O.U win-
Mr. and Mra. A 0. Blalock were
the fuesta of Mra. Blalock Pt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. WhlU, at Arch-
. W., iMt Saturday
Mr. Vf. 8. Shalor, of Raleigh, was
business rUltor In Aaheboro Tue -
if. RKalnr la connected wno
Carolina Power Compaay.
T Mr.' 1. X. Bobbins, of Caraway,
-vfc.il in Aahaboro Saturday, nn
, The Courier a pleasant eaD, and re-
T.twed fcU eubecripuon.
' 1 and Mra, Htnit Forrester and
Visa Flora ATI red, of Charlotte, vis
Tied Mr. and Mrs, W. M. All red
TfMtosy. ;. .' c ... ' ' ''.t -r
i I Mrs. 7. C Bean and lltUo daughter,
Vasal Lee. of Salisbury, were Iff
i .Asheboro yesterday u rouU U FIs--gaa
when they art visiting their
parents, Mr. sod Mrs. 8. A. Cox. .,
Mrs. John W. Portof and ehudrtn
tand Mrs. Martha Porter, snd MrsJ
J. 8. Boyd, of Charlotts, wars guests
of Mrs.W. H. Moring Brst
?.Tr. A!l!e IT. Worth, who hs been
f r-iUv in A.h.hnw, left! Mr. end Mrs. A.-W. McAllr wijtlBI launching thU new Induirtrv,
f f-r f 'l.v:;:., Vs'ln A'.nro Thursday returning to;ht mn,frtnro svrS.p fwm Us I
' ' 1 ,.i-.t'- !. f; -'-rn !;!t-r.,v,,nr uv hi,i:x fr,jl( tu,
i r f-l I . : I I ..I. 't r ! ,r '
Mr. end Mrs. C. R. Smith, who
have been visiting Mrs- Smith's par
ent, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Rush, for
the past month, left Saturday for
their home in Cambria, Va.
Mrs. Agnes Barker, Mrs. W. C.
Hammond, Mrs. Jack Meador and
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith were vis
itors in Greensboro one day the lat
ter part of last week.
Mra. Jack Meador, who has
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Hk Rush for the past two weeks,
returned to her home at Fayetteville
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Page, of Aber
deen, and Mrs. Jno. K. Wood, of
Asheboro, who have been spending a
few days at Blowing Rock, returned
The Woman's Home Missionary So-
ciety of the M. P. church met with
Mrs. Clyde Hendricks at her new
home in Greystone Terrace Monday
Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Claude
Herndon, Jr., of Monroe, September
30th, a son, L. Claude. Mrs. Hern
dn was Miss Florence York, of Cen
tral Falls, before her marriage.
William A. Underwood, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Underwood, of
Asheboro, has been elected assistant
cheer leader at Trinity Colleire. Mr.
Underwood is a Junior at Trinitv
pieasant can and nad his name put on
mil- uihacnntiAii llHf
Mr. J. S. Presnell returned to
Greensboro Sunday to resume his
worn witn me r ord Body company
off n o fin, .J .... u:0 rAn.:i
niM.i u nil iioifc " 1 1. 1 1 uia laiiuijr.
The Missionary Society of the M. E.
church will meet with Mrs. J. N. '
Bennett October 14th. All of the '
-embers are urged to be present. j
Mr and Mrfk rjurney Wright suf-,
! fered slight bnyses and injuries late
Sunday afternoon in an automobile
collision near Archdale on the Ashe-
.boro-High Point har surfaced road. 1
in the car with Mr. and Mrs. Wright former in Greensboro Tuesday after- C. N. Cox was elected president. Re
were their child and Mrs. Wright's noon. ports 0f various committees showed
sister, a Miss Cagle. , that work along various lines for gen
wm k. it i " i t ' W- Sr ,erS T'1 N; "al benefit is being done. Upon re
Reul Hannahs Ford roadster was Luther and little daughter, Ethel, of t of the school committee Mr.
stolen Friday afternoon m Greens- Ophir were in Asheboro on business McMahan assigned the northeast
wuiw, wucic I. iaa jiai ivcu mi me jravciuay. inty nave recently corn
street while Mr. and Mrs. Hannah pleted a new home and are now occu
were on a snoppuig irip. mere are
no clues as to who stole the machine,
and nothing has been heard regarding
Mrs. Crissie Clark, of Trinity, was
the guest of Mrs. J. T. Winslow
Monday. Mrs. Clark is a former
Asneuoro cuiseii aim nas a numuei ui
. friends here who are always glad to
Mr. T. V. Rochelle, of High Point,
was the winner in the golf tourna-
ment held at the Country Club in
High Point Saturday. The play was
nine hnlM and a hanHiran affair. Mr
Rochelle's score equalled the amateur
Mrs. E. L. Moffitt returned Satur
day night from Virginia where she
has been visiting relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Moffitt accompanied their
daughter, Miss Margaret, to Hollins
where she entered college, and Mrs.
Moffitt remained in the state for ten
Mr. J. T. Wilson who has been in
Memorial hospital for the past two
, weens, nas reiuroea u nw nome
; Seagrove Route 1. Mr. Wilson had
of & M on hjg , amj
breaklng and CTVlMng lt by.
Miss Margaret Moffitt, who visits
relatives in Asheboro, has been seri
ously ill at her home in Georgia. The
physicians thought Miss Moffitt was
suffering from appendicitis but it
developed that her liver was out
. I Mr. Virgil rresneii, wno was norn
and reared in Randolph county but
vhn ahmii turn vearn airo mMred to
yr Mrg j T Weaver, of
Archdale, M(j Urs. W. B. McEwen, of
;Hlgh Point, were in Asheboro Mon-
day. Mrs. Weaver and her sister
went down to Au man's potter shop
during the day. Mr. Weaver says
i that th' report that ha was to leave
.Randolph county and move to High
polnt wu erroneoMJ, This will
ftM) tht m friend of Mr. and
Mrk j. p. Borwlght
, Kimp M,i( wm , Aaj,,
1 g,,. Mr, Boroughs has been
with - the Coleridge Manufacturing
Company at Coleridge, until line the
death of his wife, whan ho moved to
Kemps Mills to bo with his son. Mr.
Boroughs is arranging to sell his
household property in Coleridge,
Messrs. C B. Gaffln, Francis
Whits and O. I Pierce and Sidney
Wood returned Monday from Wash
ington where they attended the
World's Series Saturday. Mr. Wood
brought several souvenir aomo of
which had autographies of prominent
players nd those interested la U1L
, Mr. B. F, Brown, of Erect, wu ft
visitor on our streets Monday. '
nd wiiiiama. MlBrt. Hi A.
Btturo,y M(i p)asd him - in
Jall. Wllllsmo is an oaeapod eonviet
from Mecklenburg county, and has
.b" in Ah'boro for severs! days,
Mrs. Herbert Cox is iriaiting rela
tives and friends in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. M C. Spoon, of Kamsrur, was
a visitor in Asheboro esterday.
Mr O. D. Lawrence, of Seagrove,
was a business visitor in the city
Mr. and Mrs. J lumer Davis and
children visited Mr. C. H. league's
family in Thomaville Sunday.
Miss Julia Thorns, of Aberdeen, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H.
Mrs. Emma Keams, of Farmer,
was a business visitor in Asheboro
Mrs. Lacy Lewis and Mrs. Robert
Cameron were visitors in High Point
Mef ra, C- nd C. P.
m!tn' of .ubrtv, were among the
wuoiucaa usiiuia jn Liie cuy oionaay.
t Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McAlister. of
Greensboro, were guests of their sis-
ter, Miss May McAlister, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron were
guests of relatives in Lexington Sun
day. Miss Jessie Hoyle, of Troy, was
the week-end guest of Miss Lucy
1 io-Vi Tvott
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Scarboro, of Dickenson is the attractive daughter
Greensboro, visited friends in Ashe- f Mr- and Mrs- E- Whatley, of Ulah,
boro last Sunday. ; while Mr. Dickenson is a splendid
young business man of Asheboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Azel Wall were in They will make their home in Ashe
Asheboro Saturday returning from boro.
Western Carolina where they spent
their honey moon. They were guests Miss Millie Bulla Bride of Mr. Claude
of Mrs. Wall's mother, Mrs. Robt. Tedder
Clark. Mrs. Wall was Miss Ethel
Clark before her marriage.
Mrs. Sam Swaim and
if. T .. - , - :
Miss Luc e, of Greensboro and Mr.
vyauion, oi monroe, L,a., were
tne guests oi Mrs. Kobt. erree one
day the latter part of last week.
. 1 . - . . -. .
Mr. J. C. Teamie nf Plimnv wo
a . . . . , , . '
nil m ' il
uay. i"i 1 . league 1H UI1C Ul COUH-
ty's prosperous farmers. He has
four acres of soja beans which he
says are most promising.
w R .
Thorns and Mrs. W. C. Hammer at-
tended the reception honoring Mrs. I
John W. Lashley nee Miss Edna Mil- j
likan given by Mesdames James M.
and Roy Millikan at the home of the
pyipg it. mr. iiUtner says crops in
his section were damaged
heavy rains last month.
The Chevrolet car, which the High
Point Chevrolet Company has put in
the Economy and Endurance Contest
was in Asheboro yesterday and at-
tracted attention The Chevrolet
Motor Companv has put on a natjon
wiie contest in order to demonstrate
the en(lurance and economy of their
car- 'ne lnt company will
en1 thelr car over the streets in High
, ,lnt an(1 roa,ls ln adjoining counties.
The Hill-Nance Company have not
entered the contest but think it a
Miss Helen Louise Muse and Fon
taine Maury Cralle were married
Saturday morning at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
! Muse, on South Main street, High
i Point. Only the immediate family
'and a few close friends, were present
i performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Cralle is the third daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Muse and a popu-
lar member of the High Point young-
er set. She was educated at Saint
Moro'a i 1 A rrA anI f Via flioAATi dViiva
College. She Is a niece of Mrs. C. H.
Lewis and Mrs. J. T. Winslow, of
i jIr Cralle Is an
alumnus of the
University of North Carolina and is
manager of the High Point branch of
the Chapln-Sacks corporation.
D . , , . . ... season was held with Mrs. Hal Walk
Randolph County Club Meet, at the ef hogt!8g Migg Harrjet g,,, head
The Randolph county club met In
the club room of the Y. M. C. A. Fri
day night, October 8, 1924. The fol
lowing were present: A. P. Routh,
W. C. Presnell, Harold -Moore, H. V.
Phillips, H. M. Bouldln, G. H. Arnold,
A. A. Wall, L. C. Helper. W. D.
Downs, Ray Parrhih, R. B. Downs, W.
H. Coltrane, E. A. Green, J.
dlth, and W. H. Redding.
President A. P. Routh, of Frank-
U,.ill. .uuJ Ik. nitlnn .Itk .
very Interesting talk. He welcomed club0 for wi".r
the new student, into the club and . w"c. "V ,Sttu,dJe" . ,0n , -expressed
ntimenU of appreciation fnd," U,',k throhou' ,w" inUmM
to see so many old members back. He !j 1"tr"Un- Mlss E llott urge.1
explained to the new men that the
dub was an organisation through,
which wo could know men better from
our own county, and that one of Its
main duties was to draw the high
schools of Randolph county closer to
After the business was transacted, ;
cams the feed. Many rood eat were
erred, Jokes wers told, and a general
good time lasted until a late hour,
W. HOWARD REDDING,
Bee. k Trees.
Mr. K. Brilea Opens Now Industry la
Mr. B. M. Brilea, of Trinity town
ship, was In Asheboro Monday. , Mr.
Brlles has ft cane sorgum mfll and
oipectf to bucket his syrup and put
It on the market. , Ho has given hi
syrup his wife's maiden turns, 'Cora
Cain" and wfll also havo on his label
"Mads from Randolph County Cans".
Mr. Drill will Sot only Use his own
Celebrate Second Birthday
Several little friends Dorothy
Presnell enjoyed the ft in. ration of
her second birthday Wednrday after
noon at her home on SaJi.-lury street.
Games delightful to this age were
played, loe cream and wafers were
served by the young hoin ree's moth
er, Mrs. O. L. Presnell.
Sunset Reading Circle Meets
Mrs. Jesse Gariwr
The Sunset Reading Circle met with
Mrs. Jesse Gamer at her home on
Park street Monday afternoon. After
the business meeting and an inter
esting discussion of a book on China,
which the Reading Circle is now
studying, the hostess served delicious
cream and cake.
Miss Whatley Bride of Mr. Dickenson
Miss Nina Whatley, of Ulah, and
Mr. J. B. Dickenson, of Asheboro,
were married Saturday at the home
of Rev. R. Y. Putman, the officiating
minister, in North Asheboro, in the
presence of a few friends. Mrs.
Miss Millie Bulla, of Asheboro
Route 2, and Mr. Claude ted
r T.'.. iwm ,..- mnm;Ari
ucii Ul ivciiius inula, wnc luaiucu
0ctober lst at tne M p e in
..i,.i,m c u v Frlm! nffi.
ciating. Miss Tedder is the attractive
I daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Bui-
la and for a number of years has
been a nomilar teacher in Randolnh
county scnoois. mr. leuuer is uie
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Tedder and !
a young business man of sterling j
qualities. He holds a responsible po- j
sition in Winston-Salem.
Woman's Club Met Last Week
The Woman's club met in the
school building last week with a good
number of members present. Mrs.
room in the school building for
The chrysanthemum commitee out
lined plans for the show which will
be held in the court house, date of
which will be determined upon follow
ers, and announcement made later.
Miss Virginia Winningham Bride of
Mr. Chas. D. Reeder
The marriage of
Winnineham of this citv and
Charles D. Reeder of Monroe
solemnized last Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at the Baptist parsonage,
Rev. B. E. Morris, pastor of the bride,
officiating. The marriage came as a
complete surprise to the Asheboro
people. Only a few intimate friends
witnessed the marriage which was
beautiful in its simplicity. The bride
wore a going away suit of navy blue
poiret twill with harmonizing acces
saries. Mrs. Reeder is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Winningham and
has lived in Asheboro for several
years, where, with her attractive per
sonality and pleasant disposition she
has made many friends who will re
gret to see her leave Asheboro.
Mr. Reeder is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Reeder, of Monroe, and has
?cc" "'uuru '
! mte8t ,f co"crete bnd bulldlnK-
?e has als0 become vcry popular
been in Ashboro foir sometime in the
Mr. and Mrs.
Reeder left Monday
morn'nS or Monroe to visit Mr.
i I"ucr " V""-
Mrs. Hal Walker Hostemi to Friday
Friday afternoon the initial meeting
of the Friday Afternoon Club for the
of the department of Political Science
and History of the State Normal was
present and was the speaker for the
afternoon. As the guests arrived
they were met at the door by Mrs.
Wm. C. Hammer and Miss Mabel
Parrish and the hostess Introduced
them to Miss Elliott, Mrs. Duran, also
from the college and a guest of the
club. The meeting was called to or
der by the president of the club and
Miss Elliott's talk followed. This was
primarily on the course of study
selves on both sides of the questions
f d"jr', bu to "ttend
ings, vote in the primary and the
elections. After the talk was over
a course of refreshments was served.
The plates contained cream chicken in
patties, tomato aspic, hot rolls,
toasted cheese rolls and hot tea. Be
sides the club members present, the
members of the Randolph Book Club,
wars guests of the afternoon. The
entertainment rooms were decorated
with a profusion of golden rod and
Miss HattU Brown and
Honey, both of Asheboro, wore mar-
riod by W. 8 Gatlin. J? K at hia
m.Mu. I. TT1.W ot l oii
a iwaitnv aS 1 ftp urywiHWr sM M. i
weos aawivw mm oai wvj(vvr VI M
late Isaee Bwn and Mr. Honey is
tho son of the) late Emory Bonoy.
LADY FAIR SHOPPE
CfllTjinir complete l v. tf Maf-
7 complete 1
S.i rlaftMi&ed adertinln( will b
krn for Iraa Un 56 rrfiU and all
advrrti&enwnt ent in mu&t b ac
companied by retnittance
NOTICE I hare just opened an
Electric Shoe Shop in the rear of
Wolff Sample Store facing Trade
street. First class work done at
reasonable prices. Your business
solicited. Z. N. Epps.
4t pd a 18 24
FOR SALE Lally Ltght Plant with
one 32-volt, 1-3 horsepower motor.
J. R. Royals, Trinity, N. C.
4t 9 18 24
FOR SALE OR RENT My house in
South Asheboro with seven rooms
arjd bath. All modern conveniences.
R. C. Johnson.
FOl'ND---Automobile number, No.
307-732. Owner may obtain same
by calling at Courier office and
paying for this advertisement.
FOUND Automobile number, No.
67-436. Owner may obtain same
by calling at Courier office and
paying for this advertisement.
FOR SALF -My Home Place in West
Asheboro. All modern conveniences,
i out houses, etc. Leo Barker.
2t 10 2 24.
FOR SALE My home consisting of
six rooms and an acre and a quae- ,
ter of good land situated in North
Asheboro on asphalt street. R. E.
Betts, Box 462, Asheboro, N. C.
10 2 24 tf
LOST Ladies red yarn knitted
sweater between Asheboro and
Erect Saturday afternoon. Finder
please return to Courier office.
It pd 10 9 24
FOR SALE My house and two lots ' -in
West Asheboro. John L, Johnson. Z
FOR SALE Two good hound dogs. ; i
Are broke for o"possums, rabbits
and foxes. Extra fine red dogs j
with large ears, three and one-half
years old. Apply to Jesse Burgess, I
Ramseur, N. O. Rt. 2. Near Kildee
I Holiness church.
' It pd.
TO RENT 5-roorn bungalow off
Sunset Avenue, Apply to Sam
Hooker, cfo Farmers Cafe, Ashe
boro, N. C.
It pd 10 9 24.
SALE NOTICE On Saturday, Oct.
25, 1924, at 10 o'clock, A. M., I will
1 offer for sale my household and
kitchen furniture consisting of
stove, kitchen cabinet, table ware,
bedsteads and bed furnishings, and
many other articles too tedious to
mention. Sale to be at my former
residence, Coleridge, N. C.
J. P. BOROUGHS
Oct. 4th, 1924. It
NOTICE OF RESALE OF LAND
By virtue of an order of resale
..... made by the Superior Court of Ran
Miss Virginia .... .- .u i. -
uuiimi vjuuiilv in uie saie ui certain
property owned by R. P. Copple and
exposed to public auction, at the
court house door in Randolph County
by the undersigned mortgagee and as
signee and now by reason of an or
der of resale ordered by the court,
the undersigned will expose and sell
at the court house door in Asheboro,
N. C, to the highest bidder for cash,
at 12 o'clock, M., on Saturday, the
ISth day of October, 1924, the
following tract of land:
Beginning at a beach stump in In
gram's line; thence North 1 12 deg.
E. 67 chs. and 65 Iks. to a stone, for
merly a dogwood, on Ellen Welboum's
line; thence W. 88 1-2 deg. W. 13 chs.
to the old McCulloch line; thence S.
70 deg. W. with said line 17 chs. to
a stake in said line; thence S. 1 1-2
deg. W. 61 chs. and 70 Iks. to a white
0ak, formerly a pine, Ingram's cor- i
ner; thence S. 86 deg. E. 32 chs. to
the beginning, containing two hun-
dred and eleven (211) acres more or
less, excepting the foregoing boun
daries, two parcels of land bounded as
follows: lst Tract: Beginning at a
stake in the middle of the road on the
original running S. 1 1-2 deg. W. 64
1-4 poles to b rock, original corner;
thence W. 5 deg. E. on the original
line 24 poles and 20 Iks. to a stotie in
said line; thence N. 1 1-2 deg. E. 67
poles to the middle of the public
road, a white oak on the South side
of said road marked for a comer;
thence N. 79 degrees along Raid road
to the beginning, containing ten (10)
acres, more or less. 2nd Tract: Be
ginning at a white oak, Ingram's cor
ner, on Rice's line; thence E. 623 feet
to a stone; thence N. 892 feet to an
oak; thence W. 523 to a stone; S.
392 to the beginning, containing four
and one half (4 1-2) acres.
This land is being resold because
the last bidder did not come forward
and comply with 'the terms of the
This the 30th day of September,
J. L. ZIMMERMAN, Mortgagee.
MAMIE HEGE, Assignee.
2t 10 9 24.
Bulla, MllHkaa, Ferlew Reunion Held
The annual reunion of the Bulla,
Millikan, and Farlow families was
held 8umiay at the old Benjamin Mil
likan place In Back Creek township.
More than 850 members of the fami
lies wore present They came from
Randolph, Guilford, and Forsyth, and
adjoining counties. Short talks wars
! made by Michael Farlow, Idyl Ferree,
I Newton Farlow, J. M. Millikan, Dr.
I Wllkemon, snd John T. Biittain. A
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A permanent orgaaJiatlon was af
'octed with T. Fletcher Bulls as preet
dent) h U. Millikan, flrst vica-prsoi
detit; Newton Farlow, second vice
president? and I. T. Mnintsn,- seer,
tary -tree surer. A meeting will be
held each year, tho reunion next year
at t'.o old Mitlikan ftlaes in ti
M. L. CHI Kl H MATTLK
(W H Willi i
A le'.'.er noriutur kr tw.r.
Mr cnurcn brtr. receive!
Robert Asr.ir ainl Jor.r. AnJrrHH..
infant sons of Mr and Mr Don Mc
Cjlohom, received rite of baptiMn
The church has raiei for this ear
J&40 for the fUperannuat endowment
The services that close thif. confer
ence year will be held next Suniiay.
Topics for pulpit discussion at that
time will be:
11:00 A. M. "Our hat is in the
M. "Fall to face".
LADY FAIR SHOPPE
Scalp Treatments and Facials a
Specialty. Phone 273
.a a'liira ib.iimimi
When you want COAL
Call Phone 257
Asheboro Ice and Coal
tf 9 25 24
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! Coats and Dresses
: Many new arrivals this
i week. Newest fashions and
I colors, and prices that can
not be found lower
: Qet ill the habit Of buyinfif at
F. L. Brooks
Ladies' Specialty Store
Asheboro, N. C.
: Coats $5.75 to $55.00
See Burt Shoe Co.
Before buying winter supply of shoes
don't forget to see our prices. We can
save you from 50 cents to $2.00 on
every pair of shoes purchased at this
BURT SHOE CO.
Partly Self Service
AT LOW COST
We have the Allen's Par
lor Furnace in a plain fin
ish which we can sell you
for a little more than an
ordinary good heater
would cost you. But
think of It a new typo
furnace which sets above
the floor and will do tho
work of two or three or
Alleys Parlor Furnace
Heats the healthful way by moist air circu
lation and is kept clean as easily aa a piece
of furniture. .Vitreous porcelain enamel
finish in several colors, ,'- y f: !
Don't fail to stop by and sco a f urnaco
mado to look like a piece of furniture ,
and to be installed above tho floor.
: COX & I.E1S IIAIlDVm! " ' ;
Jf k of near Asheboro. and av .
Mr Mynck, of High Point, botku
inving Fords, had a colisioo on th
A.-heboro-High Point concrete nigfc
a about half way between the tw
towns Sunday night about 8:30 o'clock
It is stated that Lee's car drifted t
the wrong side of the road and raa.
into Mynck's car breaking the front
axile and radius rod and smashing U
front and rear fenders on one side of
lee s car. Neither of the drivers wer
Robert Settle Ledbetter, aged 60,
died suddenly of heart failure Sunday
afternoon at His home in Rockingham.
Is knot enough knot enough when
not enough is not wanted or not
and if not J. W. Wolff wanU to
know why not. Is it not so or
not that J. W. Wolff is selling
shirts at wholesale prices or is be
not. If he is not it is not neces
sary to buy from him unless you
are not disposed to not. Is it not
wise to guess at this when you can
be certain about the matter by
J.. W. WOLFF
Asheboro, N. C
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1. CTk township.
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