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Landmark, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1930, Statesville, North Carolina Watch label on your paper and don't let your subscription ex- THE LANDMARK dote on Me is the date your paper will be N. FEBRUARY NO. 70 Near Tragedy at Depot Sunday Night i Man Whips Out His Pistol and Fires j Five Shots into Car in Which Uis Girl and Several Were The quietude of the Sabbath day COL I L F service for Colonel Robert L. who died were afternoon at 5 o'clock at Long's The fc Heath following a lew details of t d E. Dr. J. H. Pressly and Dr. A. L. Interment was in Oakwood The was largely the church being filled to Colonel Flanigan's Dr. paid him aa a soldier country and as He ill of no man anil ail men speak well of the pastor also spoke of his interest in services of the church and his District Attorney Harkins Announces DAMAGED BY RUE Sprinkler System Takes Care ot fire and from into the car ls Fire of unknown origin ered ing on second -al plant and machinery TALKS 10 Earnest Appeal for Every Ex- Man in County to 1 ine UP With the American mons in lls Peace Tic Miss Mengert Talks To the B. P. W. Club Former Supervisor of Toledo dren's Bureau Tells of Her Local Club Plans With Miss Portia B. of as speaker the and Professional al the Convene Statesville March 3. for Trial of Civil A special of United n ts eace Tie Duties n uj At a bv Mlss is T coult for the Western of the Barium i North Carolina will bc held at thc the them a vory h d th or iner discussion oE some case in I damage to building and equipment the Veneer from but extensive damage from receiver is to sell the plant at private sals to First night watchman turned in the Bank the People's i alarm about 12-30 o'clock and Savings Bank of deeds to be made to Mr. L. C. mander of the Gastonia ed a spicy and forceful ad- In addition to 120 e' the audience included large number of people from Statesville Miss was a guest Mr. who is a-i official The jurors have bwn drawn to serve at the special civil as lows a short business session bers of the local fire department re- R. M. C. XIV Uil 1 A 1 1 -A T. LU v J 1 as the sprinkler system had hens existing against the plant and having erected the week of March 101 h. taken care of the situation to the new community building banquet on The fire was confined exclusively to amount to a memorial to World War e on second the 000, of The which will be opened i in thc un as the of this week in the local with his upon the Sunday I On either side of the casket as it was borne into the were the United States flag and the Commercial National Bank Cases Will Be Called About May 1 United States Court Feb. Five The were apparently received for the f 9m' American War Veterans The j ville charged with violation flags were carried by Mr. T. V. oi national banking laws an department quartermaster with failure in 1928 of the com- i 1 I were pointed out that the meeting last and the not damaged by the in 1929, ami the plant has principal pence tune woik of the committee was of The damage to building is tnat ed only but the damage to yarns and finished goods the United Spanish War National Bank of could not be estimated Every machine in the plant will have to be reconditioned and there is no just at this to estimate Veterans of North and Mr. I will be tried in United District court J. L. department at Statesville during the spring both of During the commencing April 28, it was ice the flags were in position near the j ed Approximately three clays be Active most of them Spanish American War weie C. H. J. E. James R. D. Rufty and Roy The pallbearers were from the Turner post of the American Messrs. Chester 0. G. P. Robert A. Lloyd A. T. Harley D. Franklin Frank C. L. William B. Dr. D. 0. gomery and Dr. Wallace The flowers were unusually s They were in charge of Mrs. Pred Slane and followed ed C. suicide of D. M. cashier Mrs. L. Mrs of the revealed that the B. L. J. J. tutlon was insolvent with several Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Roy hundred thousand Mrs. J. E. Mrs W C. Mrs. J. S. Mrs. J. L. DOCK DAVIS GETS it will cost to repair the D. C. president of the cor- o j. i a 1 11 required to dispose of the regular The losses will District Attorney Thomas j. I be partly covered by it was Harkins of Asheville and the bank cases will be called about site of the 1 Hall Hosiery mill which was de- The defendants are Eugene b7 Pars f The main bunding is two stones 3 Receives from son to Pay Taxes on Not Re- turned for Sheriff Jesse L. Sherrill a t composed of Misses legion is to care for tne Lulie erans and their families and to cany Charles Washington and on all good civic the Mary Sims of good citizenship and ing- the young He Ihe work thc American legion is in trying to inculcate m the then the spirit of true I due to respect for and thc Spangled He out that many children arc not taught what to do when the national anthem is this apparent disrespect be- ing due to their lack of are still fighting the as D. M. A. W. Ralph Tom P. Willc E. Julius George Plato Brit- P. Frank P. W C. W. C. B. F. A. Y. J. D. Joyner American Legion Auxiliary With 23 Members The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday at the Legion hut on East Broad with members The Mrs. Frank L. ed. The meeting was opened with the recital of the Lord's During the business session interesting re- ports were heard from thc committee Tribute was paid to the who Joel Rogart New chairman an especially good report manp htr TnA and W. executives and employes Commercial National 100 feet long and 50 feet In the letter containing the disabled soldiers at and mill were 120 16 which is rather to and pointed out the 18 ribbers a large the county's chief executive hospital a amount of yarn and in process The letter is not does not movement for which the American Impressed With What Has to being made by the membership The Auxiliary decided to purchase a piano for the hut and of in the a There was no fire bear the name any and f and the writer's is not on charges of in the dye room finishing Here is thc written in a sections of the national being confined to the feminine failed to one hundred sso the room the knitting P The mill had been running day and county does run have anything with 100 people on the against but I owe it and an sending one dollar and fifty The work of repairing to The sheriff has the one lua ui wag front page stoiy about offers made Legion is fighting At to Joel shirt present there are more mental and nervous than in -I out the country on cf New who is seeking a location a Among a number of from towns in many sections the country the paper lists the of- lack of government hospital fer of. the Statesville am The speaker emphasized the ber Of Commerce as particularly ance of co-operation of the 4, quotes the offer f. one with the i at- fiom Chamber of Commerce as contribute to welfare work at j An enjoyable Asocial hour followed Delicious the plant will go forward as rapidly dollar and 50 cents in but operation of the community with as with the probability that he is at a loss to know what to Legion for civic j tjie that you at One at Mrs. Fred Slane And Mrs. J. er Entertain At Mrs. Fred Slanc and Mrs. J. B. Cooper entertained delightfully at Mrs. E. M. Mrs. P. A. Mrs. Frederick Mrs. L. W. Mrs Nan L. Mrs. W. G. John A. Mrs. A. W. Mrs. Russell Charles P. Mrs. Jack Mrs. Coite L. Mrs R. L TERM ON THE ROADS Draws Three Months for sault With Deadly Weapon on Wh Cases in n the factory will resume work on full with it. While there is nothing this the speaker referred to We will be home on Slde the letter to indicate the name to present you without cost a piece complimenting H- to estimate by officials of the com- Or postoffice of the the out- side of the envelope bears the I land post this being the only Mehm clue the officer has to identify the meet a just Funeral Service all of next Bob ra a o and possessing for the and ri- A. i- LICCO ai transporting and Supt. Robert Flanigan was in 1871, a son of James P. of and Acnes McEwen He was educated under the late Prof. J. of well known A. cal After finishing school Undergoes at the age of 19, young Flanigan tion For went to work for his father in the Lewls Poston underwent an hardware business In 1904, Mr for appendicitis Friday went into the marble and at Long's Her granite remaining in that will be glad to know that she line for a number of years as ls along Poston's tary and treasurer of the Carolina Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Marble and Granite with Qi are here with yards in and He was st North Carolina National thc same time s officially connected In 1916. Flamgan was In court this j Mrs. and Henry Upright and J. M. Robbins infant son of Mr. Misses Beulah Blanche showed good behavior and and cases against them were The Men's Bible Class of the ed of which Dock local colored t0 Among a number from OR and who were here to attend the funeral to the county roads for three were the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. the latter a daughter John Hollar entered a plea of of Mr and Mrs. W. ty to transporting and possessing L Mr and Mrs Quail and for judgment was and Mrs. al of Mr continued for two on payment and Mrs. M. of of thc Mr. Paul of In the case of Mr. and Mrs. Homer for having illicit relationship with breth and Mr. Fled of his prayer for judgment was Commander W. continued until next of thc United American Prayer for was Veterans of North ed until next Monday in the case Mr T. V. de- against who plead Mr. J. to transporting and possessing department Mr. J and a car while m- T department of- and Messrs. J. M. The following cases were continued Held For The funeral service of Gray obligation and K TO SPEAK the family residence on Fourth i Friday afternoon by the pastor of Boulevard Methodist Rev. Secretary of A. Interment was in wood The pallbearers Wade Dewcy Harold Retail T .as land suitable for your of Pa. You would be able to erect a luncheon was served in four every civic mment and many of beautifully appointed to tnc table centered with lovely silver vast sources of timber are right bowl of carnations and graced with red which burned in ver Thc Valentine idea uab the point to pay the dues of needy ex-service men who were not financially able to meet t this little In his concluding Mr Gaston made an earnest appeal for every man in a the cheap wage scale here very 1.1 Chamber fur attractively carried out in DOtn thc i ancl buildings at Credit Association Will Address UP tie American In Merchants Association the City in charge of tb ers and was assisted by Misses Iris Mary Rachel Martha way Hollar and Mr. F. T. field secretary f the National Retail Tuesday at in the city The meeting open to all of the local Merchants and will bc ol to L. all of Mr. Gay of Funeral Held For Mr. William A. Horticultural Work in atj funeral State Farm Mr. M. E. specialist in service for Mi. William Anderson Templeton whose death occurred Mr. M. t. Gardner specialist in day was held Sunday horticultural work at State at from Union Grove is spending a few days at the Methodist conducted by mont Experiment Station putting out Marshall Wright Interment was some new orchard work and pruning so in Union Grove A large trees and grape number of relatives and friends from foi which the organization The address was ally proving a. great stimulus to the cause of the this of Now a few laid for thc bert A. C. Ed Alexander and Hurst of Mrs. Frank of Leslie Martha Plott en- friends informally at her home m John A. Mrs. Lonnie P C G i ay and 0. e And Joint Hostesses To Inn McCall son e candy were presented Miss GofT and Jom Miss who cut t t th j McCaU Anderson Mr and N. A. A delicious salad f B ad a fractured the left iced tea was thc at a most when knocked down on by I tine motif gained out in the at home of a bicycle ridden by Tom a and on 12 or 14 years of Both boys were going to the Davie Avenue school and the accident curred about o'clock on Water near the old Francis was picked up and taken to the Davis hospital and later able invites commun and I other parts of the I ers interested in such work to visit attended the j the station and inspect the woik Mr. J. W. of N. in arrived in time for the Mr. S. D. agent in j The active were with the Southern Dewey F. Dow Glenn is also spending a with i Ralph Blame Mr. Meacham and will be glad to Dowell and Coyt There sist the farmers in this section with many beautiful flowers and their fruit i these were in charge of Misses Otic Essie Miss Mary B. Ervin Will Speak Lexie Eunice Henderson and night At 8 Mamie Miss Mary B. field secretary with the Flanigan Harness dered to the Mexican border for duty of the Be of after Villa's raid on New In 1920. Colonel Flanigan and the On his duty will speak at Mitchell College tonight at 8 on the subject j School Will Conducted Thursday The high school examinations in late ttc thV Temperance and i Homo here In 1921 Mr lieutenant The public is cordially invited Brawley sokl his to 3.' Colonel Flanigan was ordered hear Miss her stay in cording to an announcement from the the business was duty in the World War in. i Statesville Miss Ervin will address and removed from East Broad 1917, and assigned as instructor in tne high school students and will also street to the present location on South camps in S. Center Colonel Flanigan was S. C. and San papers to sent to the state president of the local bakery at the He returned to his home in Statesville I time of his death and also president immediately after his discharge and director of the Newton service in 1920. j at speak to the students of Mitchell department at Raleigh to bc ed. Mr. J. F. Bowles Back on Job j Mr. J. F. who has been ill j Marri j In 1916 Colonel Flanigan was united at his home on West End avenue for i for Becoming interested in military in marriage to Mrs. Nettie Walker vice in early Colonel Flanigan of daughter of the had an inspiring military At late J. A. talker and Mrs. Alice the age 19, he joined the local breth Mrs. Flanigan survives j as the Iredell and their two a son and a Ronald Marriage License license has been issued and Cordie will i anu several is back on his aob at Register of Deeds A. L. LoV his friends j iance has issued permits to wed three colored Wilson and Maggie .to promoted to lieutenant Walter Lee and and at the of the Johnsie Virginia He leaves American captain of the com- also one Mr. James P. V I secretary-treasurer of the Spanish-American ville Oil Colonel Flanigan was Colonel Flanigan was a member of mended a commission in the First Presbyterian the ular re-organization Masonic local Knights of the fuard in twaa promoted the Junior Older and the Major in A j i III With young son of Mr. is ill with and Mrs. pneumonia at the He Mr. John L. Stony Not is said to be doiny as as could i be the Man Matthews Takes Double-Header from Troutman All-Star Teams Two quintets of All-Stars from Matthews defeated thc first and ond teams of the Troutman on the Troutman High school couit Friday by scores of 32 to 16 to be removed to the home ot his j and 11 to 20, i Williamson ents on North Mulberry In i and C. of starred addition to a fracture of one of the for their quints while the entire bones in the left below the thews squad played stellar Francis Leonard also had a cut in upper I Colored Teachers Plan Thc devotional was by the who presided over a ness During social an amusing contest De- licious Russian tea and mints weie About f. Kelly Clothing Three Cities Closed In i The called of the colored of held in the members of tho present and two Mrs York and J. E. K. L. PLYWOOD CO. ORGANIZED HERE New Concern Leases the Kincaid neer With Option to and Will Operate the The K. L. Plywood Company has A voluntary petition m bankruptcy house fox the purpose of has been filed by thc Kelly Clothing out the campaign j been organized here and application and the three stores of the next was attended oy r early has been made for a chaiter This located in thc colored and Statesville were l dosed Plans made to cai i v out Governor Gardner's program m all of It is understood that the inventory the colored schools of the county the iio of the stock of goods in the three M. A. C. option to stoi es is given at approximately company has leased the Kincaid neer Company fiom the the People's Loan and Savings Bank and the First National I The newly will be- 000 and the amount due in notes and j T cu L Uiri immediately on for open accounts is approximately IT 72 the is 1U1- l K. vear 000. Ail Jury Cases on Civil Calendar Completed J T 72 years at 7 o'clock at the of his Mrs. W. C. in The funeral service was will not be later than March 1. John Price John Price was arrested by Deputy Sheriff R. G. Watts Friday about 11 o'clock for and All jury cases on the civil calendar morning at 11 o'clock from for the present term of Iredell conducted by the wu pen or court were disposed of Interment was in a berth the jail for and Judge Thomas J Shaw ex- the Saturday the defendant thc jurors Thursday at the close of the day's Robert Hampton The court was in session Friday Born 4- at and continued until Saturday j atts in to Rev. noon at 1 for the purpose Of and Mrs. G. H. a hearing cases on the motion docket Hampton Mr. and are formerly from Firemen Answer Call From Ellmore having been ity The local firemen answered a dent of Mitchell They are 1 now living in Chapel at o'clock this morning Statesville Hudson Company was given a hearing before Squire George Anderson and was let oTf with the payment of and the Aldermen Discuss Routine Business The board of aldermen were regular monthly session at the Oty Hall Friday Only business affairs were definite action having been taken on Box 24, comer of Meeting and The Statesville Hudson Birth IA f I vi VI UK IW Mr. John L. of Stony I when there was a has moved from East Front street to calls attention to the fact that he i. any matter of local to Mr. and Mrs. not the John Price reported in at their home on paper as being in magistral e's i son court foh being around a stove in the Community the comer of North Center and There was considerable occupying building for- New Cotton Futures Feb. tures opened very March and some no damage merly used by the Bristol Motor May 15.58: 15.83; 16.05;
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