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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- pire! THE LANDMARK dote on Me tofei is the date your paper will be VOL.56. STATESVILLE, N. O, MONDAY, 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 Bojs Were Seated. ________ The quietude of the Sabbath day COL I L F service for Colonel Robert L. Flamgan. who died Satur- were afternoon at 5 o'clock at Long's The offim b, fc Sanatorium, Heath following a lew details of t, t d E. Raynal, Dr. J. H. Pressly and Dr. A. L. Interment was in Oakwood cemetery. The funeral' was largely attended, the church being filled to overflow- ing. rJDuring the- service, Colonel Flanigan's pastor, Dr. Raynal, paid him aa a soldier country and as friend. He spokf ill of no man anil ail men speak well of the pastor said. Dr.1 Eaynal 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 unknown- Fire of unknown origin discov- ered about---- ing on second -al .estate, plant and machinery TALKS 10 Ma'ccs Earnest Appeal for Every Ex- JScnice Man in Irtddl County to 1 ine UP With the American I.etfon mons in lls Peace Tic Duties. .Community Miss Mengert Talks To the B. P. W. Club Former Supervisor of Toledo Chil- dren's Bureau Tells of Her Work- Local Club Plans Banquet. With Miss Portia B. Mengcrt, of Toledo, Ohio, as the'principal speaker the and Professional Wo- al the night. Convene in" Statesville Monday, March 3. for Trial of Civil Only. A special teim of United n ts eace Tie Duties n nrnu uj uu.iuu At a meetinc-sponsored bv tl, Mlss McnRcrt is atPrfc T coult for the Western Distiict of the Barium Orphanage, r.nT.n1iTia i North Carolina will bc held at thc water. -tarjywas the club, -avc- them a vory inletest-L h d th tcrm or iner discussion oE some case in I damage to building and equipment the "Kincaid Veneer from fire, but extensive damage from receiver is authciued to sell the plant at private sals to -he First The" night watchman turned in the National. Bank the People's I-oan i alarm about 12-30 o'clock and mem- Savings Bank of Statesville, deeds to be made to Mr. L. C. Wag-- mander of the Gastonia Post, deliver- ed a short, spicy and forceful ad- diess. In addition to 120 ex-serv" e' men, the audience included large number of people from Statesville and, Iiedell county. Miss Mcnireit was a guest Mr. Gaston, who is a-i official inem- (grain chaiiman. court. The jurors have bwn drawn to serve at the special civil jourt as fol- lows Duimg a short business session tncj bers of the local fire department re- R. M. Pitts, C. II. C.me. JLI.M AAVb'illllK XIV Uil AUrttJUUt I.I1U _ 1 A 1 1 -A T. LU UU3UL v v-w J 1 plant, as the sprinkler system had hens existing against the plant and, and having recentlv erected the week of March 101 h. taken care of the situation machinery, which, accarfinjr to the new community building banquet on Thuisday evening, The fire was confined exclusively to amount to appioximately a memorial to World War vP' e knittme mffl on second floor, the 000, exclusive, of mteiat.. The banks, which _ will be opened -formally i in thc un nlanncd as the evcni of this week in the local laithful attendance, with his children, upon the Sunday school. I On either side of the casket as it was borne into the church, were the United States flag and the Spanish! Commercial National Bank Cases Will Be Called About May 1 United States Court Here. Asheville, Feb. Five The floois were apparently received for the Kiueai.l f 9m' American War Veterans flag. The j ville bankers, charged with violation flags were carried by Mr. T. V. Gris-' oi national banking laws an connec- wold, department quartermaster of.uon with failure in 1928 of the com- __, i 1 I kJWl. iaiiivn.e. uuuis were Buuaruirtiy -He pointed out that the meeting last nitjht, and the States- not damaged by the fire. ;pany in June, 1929, ami the plant has principal pence tune woik of the committee was "composed of smoke. The damage to building is consider-, ldle smce tnat tl-ne- ed only slight, but the damage to ma- chinery, yarns and finished goods the United Spanish 'American War mercial National Bank of Statesville, could not be estimated today. Every machine in the plant will have to be reconditioned and there is no way, just at this time, to estimate what' Veterans of North Carolina, and Mr. I will be tried in United District court J. L. Booth, department adjutant, at Statesville during the spring teim, both of Charlotte. During the serv- commencing April 28, it was announc- ice the flags were in position near the j ed Saturday. Approximately three clays be casket. Active pallbearers, most of them Spanish American War veterans, weie Messrs..William Westmoreland, C. H. Turner, J. E. Deitz, James Har- bin, R. D. Rufty and Roy Thomas. The honorarv pallbearers were from the .Hurst Turner post of the American Legion: Messrs. Chester 0. Ensign, G. P. Davidson, Robert A. Wliite, Lloyd Cutting, A. T. Ellis, Harley Gilleland, D. Franklin Wail- lace, Frank Anderson, C. L. Cline, William B. Brady, Dr. D. 0. Mont- gomery and Dr. Wallace Hoffmann. The flowers were unusually lovely. s They were in charge of Mrs. Pred Slane and Mrs.-W.-A. Sample, assist- investigation, -which followed ed by-MrsrW: H, C. suicide of D. M. Ausley, cashier E.sRaynal, Mrs. L. '0 Gibson, Mrs of the bank' revealed that the insti- B. L. J. J. Moroney, tutlon was insolvent with several Mrs. A. J. Salley, Mrs. Roy Thomas, hundred thousand dollais missing. Mrs. J. E. Tharpe. Mrs W C. Moore, Mrs. J. S. Earle, Mrs. J. L. DOCK DAVIS GETS it will cost to repair the ns, ?ir. D. C. Ritchie, president of the cor- W.IIA.IL.W o iJLl j. i a ffrl 1 11 required to dispose of the regular Poration, stated. The losses will docket, District Attorney Thomas j. I be partly covered by insui-ance, it was Harkins of Asheville said, and the bank cases will be called about Mav! site of the 1 .old Hall Hosiery mill which was de- Mis. The defendants are Eugene Morri- b7 Pars x- -R f .t. The main bunding is two stones high, 3 Receives S1.50 from Per- son to Pay Taxes on Not Re- turned for Taxation. Sheriff Jesse L. Sherrill rpcened a t cuuniin-ici: composed of Misses legion is to care for tne d-sabled Henley, Lulie Andrews, erans and their families and to cany Charles Washington and on all good civic movements, the Mary Sims of good citizenship and train- ing- the young men. He stiessed Ihe work thc American legion is doinfc in trying to inculcate m the schpol ehil- then the spirit of true Americanism, I due to respect for the'coloi and thc "Star Spangled Banner." He pjinted out that many children arc not taught what to do when the national anthem is sung, this apparent disrespect be- ing due to their lack of training. are still fighting the battle, as Moorc. D. M. A. W. White, Ralph Al- Tom P. Bowman, Willc Warren. E. Abernathcy, Julius George Satteiwhitc, Plato Brit- P. Bumgarner, Rol'crt Wall, McCaunaughey, Frank Smith. P. McNeely, W C. York, W. C. Thompson, B. F. Williams, A. Y. Neel, J. D. Joyner American Legion Auxiliary With 23 Members present. The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening, at the Legion hut on East Broad street, with twen- ty-three members present. The pres- ident, Mrs. Frank L. Johnson, presid- ed. The meeting was opened with the recital of the Lord's Prayer. During the business session interesting re- ports were heard from thc committee Tribute was paid to the who Joel Rogart New Haven, Conn., Man- chairman an especially good report _ i._iii npltitr manp htr TnA s, and W. executives and employes Commercial National bank. 100 feet long and 50 feet wide- In the letter Friday, containing in( the disabled soldiers at Otccn and mill were 120 Jcnittirig machines, 16 cash, which is rather to elsewhere, and pointed out the inade- loopers, 18 ribbers and1 a large the county's chief executive officer, quate- hospital a amount of yarn and .goods in process The letter is not dated, does not movement for which the American ufacturcr, Impressed With What Has to Offer. being made by the membership chair- man. The Auxiliary decided to purchase a piano for the hut and of manufacture. in the wing, a There was no fire bear the name ,of. any posto'Zfice and f o-story building, and the writer's name, is not appended. on charges of in the dye room finishing Here is thc wording, written in a sections of the national rnom being confined to the feminine hand: '-'Dear failed to return, one hundred dollars, sso the room the knitting room. P .-_--_ The mill had been running day and county does run have anything nifrht, with 100 people on the pay- against me, but I owe it and an nfll. sending one dollar and fifty cents.1 The work of repairing to The sheriff has the money, one lua toouu ui jooi. j, wag J.Q contrl front page stoiy about offers made Legion is fighting persistently. At to Joel Rogart, shirt manufacture! present there are more mental and nervous than in -I out the country on account- cf New Haven, who is seeking a location a factory. Among a number of "n" '.offers from towns in many sections the country the paper lists the of- lack of government hospital facilities. fer of. the Statesville (N. C.) Cham- rn. ..-----L----------" J.CI UL" CiKAbcaTJliu vj.; vjn am The speaker emphasized the import- ber Of Commerce as particularly ts.' ance of co-operation of the American'fiattn 4, quotes the offer f. one Liegion with the commimitv .-mrl en. j.i.. i._ i at- fiom Chamber of Commerce as contribute ?5 to welfare work at Oteen. j An enjoyable Asocial hour followed meeting. Delicious sand- committee. the plant will go forward as rapidly dollar bill and 50 cents in silver, but operation of the community with the1 follows- as poss'ble, with the probability that he is at a loss to know what to do'American Legion for civic betterment, j tjie cxent that you dcsux to' lurtcheon, Thursday, at One o'clock, at Mrs. Fred Slane And Mrs. J. Jtf. Coop- er Entertain At Luncheon. Mrs. Fred Slanc and Mrs. J. B. Cooper entertained delightfully at Hunter, Mrs. E. M. Sentman, Mrs. P. A. Bryant, Mrs. Frederick Burger. Mrs. L. W. MacKesson, Mrs Nan L. Gregory, Mrs. W. G. Hall, Mrs.1 John A. Scott, Jr., Mrs. A. W. Brad-' ley, Mrs. Russell Sherrin, Mrs.' Charles P. Davidson, Mrs. Jack Hines.! Mrs. Coite L. Mrs R. L TERM ON THE ROADS Draws Three Months for As- sault With Deadly Weapon on Wh Cases in Court. n ,c the factory will resume work on full with it. While there is nothing in-'On this point, the speaker referred to .t lactoiy We will be jrHrJIMrs. Slanc's home on -West I' Slde the letter to indicate the name co" to present you without cost a piece street, complimenting .Mrs, H- pany. to estimate by officials of the com- Or postoffice of the writer, the out- side of the envelope bears the Cleve- I land post mark, this being the only Mehm clue the officer has to identify the meet a just Funeral Service all of untl] next Mondav: Bob Curlee' trans' ra a o FUnTzan aro- -Poking and possessing liquor, Brjce for the and ri- A. i- LICCO ai transporting and posses- Supt. Robert Lvnn Flanigan was born'm Horlon> Statesviiie in 1871, a son of James P. of and Acnes McEwen Flamgan. He was educated under the late Prof. J. II. Hill, of Statesville, well known lo- A. cal educator. After finishing school Mrs- Undergoes Opcra- at the age of 19, young Flanigan ,r tion For Appendicitis. went to work for his father in the Mrs'. Lewls Poston underwent an hardware business here. In 1904, Mr for appendicitis Friday Flanittan went into the marble and "wming at Long's Sanatorium. Her granite business, remaining in that fnends will be glad to know that she line for a number of years as secre- ls Sttting along nicely. Mrs- Poston's tary and treasurer of the Carolina Parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Sedbcrry, Marble and Granite Company, with Qi Fayetteville, are here with her. yards in Statesville, Wilkesboro, Sal- isbury and Wadesboro. He was st North Carolina National Guard. thc same time s officially connected In 1916. .Colonel Flamgan was or- In Recorder's court this morning, j Mrs. L! Tillery." and Henry Upright and J. M. Robbins ap- Smith, infant son of Mr. Misses Beulah Jenkins, Blanche peared, showed good behavior and and cases against them were contir.u- The Men's Bible Class of the ed uncler order. First'Presbyterian church, of which Dock Davis, local colored man, t0 dcadly Among a number from out-of-toiwn OR llls and fat-n- who were here to attend the funeral tenced to the county roads for three were the fol1 owing: Mr. and Mrs. W. months. L. Dunloo Jr., the latter a daughter John Hollar entered a plea of guii- of Flanigan, Mr and Mrs. W. ty to transporting and possessing ii- L Dunlop. Sr., Mr and Mrs Quail quor and piayer for judgment was and Mrs. Ray, al of Mr continued for two years, on payment and Mrs. JCSMJ M. Brown, of Madi- of thc costs. son; Mr. Paul Hams, of Winston-1 In the case of ClaicnCe McAhstci, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cud- for having illicit relationship with breth and Mr. Fled Barklcy, of Gas- his niece, prayer for judgment was tonia; Commander II. W. Edmund- continued until next Monday, son, of thc United Sjwnish American Prayer for juclgroent was continu- W-ar Veterans Assoiation of North ed until next Monday in the case Carolina, Mr T. V. Griswold, de- against pscar Reavis, who plead guti- nartment quartermaster; Mr. J. to transporting and possessing II- Booth, department adjutant. Mr. J quor and operating- a car while m- T Watkms. department publicity- of- toxicated ficer, and Messrs. J. M. Mayberry, The following cases were continued Held For Smith. -who desires.tto The funeral service of Melvm Gray obligation and K SmTth, warconductedat CALDAVELL TO SPEAK the family residence on Fourth strec..' i Friday afternoon by the pastor of Boulevard Methodist church, Rev. Secretary of A. Parsons. Interment was in Oak- wood cemetery. The pallbearers Messis. Wade Dewcy Speaks, Harold Ost- aNtional Retail l-'ront rbcrt JS, T county.' .as land suitable for your purpose. Landon, of Philadelphia, Pa. You would be able to erect a The1 luncheon was served in _ four every civic mment and many of beautifully appointed Interested, to madlVn tnc table centered with lovely silver vast sources of timber are right bowl of carnations and graced with red tapeis which burned in sil- ver holdeis. Thc Valentine idea uab the point where'they vol'jnteeicd to pay the dues of needy ex-service men who were not financially able to meet t this little obligation. lllakcs buiIuinK In his concluding remarks, Mr Gaston made an earnest appeal for every ex-seivice man in thisi vicinitv a cost, the cheap wage scale here very reason- 1.1 Chamber fur attractively carried out in DOtn thc i huilHinrc ancl icfrwhrnwits. Cove.s buildings at adds. Credit Association Will Address UP vntW tie American L-gion Entcrtains In Merchants Association ,n the City EntCrUins in charge of tb ers and was assisted by Misses Speaks, Iris Shoemaker, Mary Wilkin- son, Rachel Hollar, Martha McLain, Rubv Plyler, Lillic way Hollar and Hall. Mr. F. T. Caldvvell, field secretary f the National Retail Ciedit i-'ati-jn, Tuesday evcn- at in the city hall. The meeting i1; open to all meTn- of the local Merchants AssocLi- and will bc ol inteiost to L. Smith, all of Winston-Salem; Mr. Gay Mullis, of Harmony. Funeral Held For Mr. William Templeton. A. Horticultural Work in atj Jennings, Feo. funeral State Farm Mr. M. E. Gardner, specialist in service for Mi. William Anderson Templeton whose death occurred Fri- Mr. M. t. Gardner specialist in day afternoon, was held Sunday moin- horticultural work at State Collcsc, jing. at u.go from Union Grove is spending a few days at the Pie-1- Methodist church, conducted by mont Experiment Station putting out Marshall Wright Interment was al- some new orchard work and pruning so in Union Grove cemetery. A large trees and grape vines. number of relatives and friends from foi which the organization stands. The address was enthusiast! ally received, proving a. great stimulus to the cause of the this vicinity. of Now York, tertamcd a few iDcaton apartments. laid for thc hostesses, MI.S. Her- bert Landon, Mesdalocs A. C. ChafFee, Ed Alexander and Hurst Landon, of Mrs. Frank of Leslie V> Martha Plott en- friends informally at her home m John A. Scott, Jr., Mrs. Lonnie P C G i ay and II. 0. i-teelc- e And Iniured. Joint Hostesses To Inn McCall Antkr- son Class. Foster, Claiencc e candy were presented Miss GofT and ,ere, Jom Fiancis Lconarqi, seven-year-old .son Miss Mattilec Hughey, who cut thejh t t th j McCaU Anderson Mr and N. A. Leonard, suf-l   prize. A delicious salad f B ad gtlMl Mcth3dist fcred a fractured the left leg'with iced tea was served, thc Valen- chui.ch at a most enjOVaLl" m.-ctmpr when knocked down on the-street by I tine motif bemcr gained out in the ic- Thursd' at the- home of a bicycle ridden by Tom Hines, a boyjfieshmcnts and decorations. on strcct. rbout 12 or 14 years of age. Both boys were going to the Davie Avenue school and the accident oc- curred about o'clock Fridaj' moraingr on Water street, near the old cemetery. Francis was picked up and taken to the Davis hospital and vvas later able invites farm- commun and I other parts of the I ers interested in such work to visit statc attended the service. j the station and inspect the woik now, Mr. J. W. Mitchell, of Trenton, N. in progress. J., arrived in time for the funeral. Mr. S. D. Sidlei, agent in hoiticul- j The active pallbeaiers were Messi.-. with the Southern Rail- Dewey F. Dow ell, Glenn Mitchell, way, is also spending a with i Ralph Dowell, Blame Madison, Qay- Mr. Meacham and will be glad to Kb-'ton> Dowell and Coyt Sloan. There sist the farmers in this section with many beautiful flowers and their fruit problems. i these were in charge of Misses Otic --------------------------------lUedman, Dowell, Essie Pharr, Miss Mary B. Ervin Will Speak To- Lexie Speaks, Eunice Henderson and night At 8 O'clock. Mamie Speaks. Miss Mary B. Ervin, field secretary with the Flanigan Harness Company, dered to the Mexican border for duty of the TempeTance Be of Statesville. after Villa's raid on Columbus, New In 1920. Colonel Flanigan and the 'Mexico. On returning'from his duty Union, will speak at Mitchell College tonight at 8 'o'clock, on the subject j School Examinations, Will Conducted Thursday The high school examinations in late 'phased" ttc STwM to' thV Temperance and Prohibition. i Homo Bakerv here In 1921 Mr lieutenant colonel. The public is cordially invited to' Thursday, rebruary Id, ac- Brawley sokl his interes? to Mr.' A! 3.' Colonel Flanigan was ordered on! hear Miss Ervin. .During her stay in cording to an announcement from the Salley.and the business was incor- duty in the World War in. August, i Statesville Miss Ervin will address porated 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 Greenville, S. C., Spartan- Center street. Colonel Flanigan was burg, S. C. and San Antonio, Texas. papers vnr to ftPtaP 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 fromj and director of the Newton Baking1 service in February, 1920. j Company, at Newton. speak to the students of Mitchell Col-' department at Raleigh to bc coirect- lege. ed. Mr. J. F. Bowles Back on Job j ,o Mr. J. F. Bowles, 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 ser- in marriage to Mrs. Nettie Walker vice in early life, Colonel Flanigan Terry-, of Statesville, daughter of the had an inspiring military career. At late J. A. talker and Mrs. Alice Cal- the age ,of 19, he joined the local or- breth Walker. Mrs. Flanigan survives j ganization knowii as the Iredell Blues, and their two a son and a Ronald Marriage License license has been issued and Cordie Stallings; will i i----- v- -rowers anu uoraie Diallings; several weeks, is back on his aob at als0f Register of Deeds A. L. LoV Ramsej-Bowles Company, his friends j iance has issued permits to wed {or three colored Wilson iDalton and Maggie Dalton; .to learn. promoted to lieutenant daughter, Walter Lee F'.amgan and and at the .outbreak' of the Spanish- Johnsie Virginia Flanigan. He leaves American war'was captain of the com- also one brother, Mr. James P. Flani- pany. V "T I secretary-treasurer of the States- ;'the' Spanish-American ville Oil Company. War, Colonel Flanigan was recom- Colonel Flanigan was a member of mended 'ior a commission in the rer-the First Presbyterian church, the ular and-on re-organization "of Masonic Order, local Knights of the fuard in "he twaa promoted PythiM, the Junior Older and the Major in first- theAmerkan Legion, A j i III With Pneumonia, young son of Mr. is ill with Ronald, and Mrs. ______ ____ pneumonia at the (Dfcvis Hospital. He Mr. John L. Price, Stony Point, 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 sec- ond teams of the Troutman All-Stais on the Troutman High school couit Friday night, by scores of 32 to 16 to be removed to the home ot his pai- j and 11 to 20, i cspectively. Williamson ents on North Mulberry street. In i and C. Brown, of Troutman. starred addition to a fracture of one of the for their quints while the entire Mat- bones in the left leg, below the knee, thews squad played stellar ball. Francis Leonard also had a cut in hisj upper lip. I Colored Teachers Plan Lnc-At-Homc Thc devotional was cpnducfc- 'cd by the president, Hobbi" ris, who presided over a ohoif lu-ji- ness session. During th-j social hour, an amusing contest v.as eijoved De- licious sandwiches, cakeo, Russian tea and mints weie served. About twen- wcrc f. Kelly Clothing Companj Store? Three Cities Closed Campaign. In i The called meeting: of the colored Iteacheis of Iredell, held in the court- ty-five members of tho present and two visitors, Mrs York and Mis. J. E. Serosgs. K. L. PLYWOOD CO. ORGANIZED HERE New Concern Leases the Kincaid Ve- neer Companj, With Option to Buy, and Will Operate the Plant. The K. L. Plywood Company has A voluntary petition m bankruptcy house todav, fox the purpose of cai- _ has been filed by thc Kelly Clothing r3rine out the live-at-honc campaign j been organized here and application Company, and the three stores of the next week' was attended oy r early has been made for a chaiter This company, located in Shelby, Moores- a11 thc colored teachers. Saturday. 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 superintendent, M. A. C. Hshday. option to buy> stoi es is given at approximately statw. company has leased the Kincaid Ve- neer Company fiom the the People's Loan and Savings Bank and the First National I The newly foimed companv will be- 000 and the amount due in notes and j TV, T cu L Uiri immediately p'reparat on for open accounts is approximately MM.J' IT Lund? 72 vefrs'old u" the Plant' which- !t is CJC- 1U1- >J l K. vear 000. Ail Jury Cases on Civil Calendar Completed J T Lundy. 72 years [Friday morniny at 7 o'clock at the jhome of his dauyhter, Mrs. W. C. [Austin, in Sharpesburg township. The funeral service was Satur- pected, will not be later than March 1. John Price Arrested. John Price was arrested by Deputy Sheriff R. G. Watts Friday about 11 o'clock for being1 drunk, and All jury cases on the civil calendar morning at 11 o'clock from Ver- for the present term of Iredell Su-jnon, BaPt'st. church' conducted by the _ wu pen or court were disposed of Thnrs-jPastor- Interment was in a berth ,n the cotmty jail for dya, and Judge Thomas J Shaw ex- cemetery. __ the Saturday the defendant cused thc jurors Thursday afternoon. at the close of the day's woik. Robert Hampton fcllmore The court was in session Friday Born Februar-v 4- at and continued until Saturday after. j atts H0spltal in Durham, to Rev. noon at 1 for the purpose Of and Mrs. G. H. Ellmore, a son. Rob- hearing cases on the motion docket Hampton Ellmore. Mr. and -Mrj. _______ _ EMmorc are formerly from States- Firemen Answer Call From Commun-1 villc' Mr- Ellmore having been prest- ity Cafe. The local firemen answered a call! dent of Mitchell College. They are 1 now living in Chapel Hiil. at o'clock this morning from; Statesville Hudson Company MoveJ. was given a hearing before Squire George Anderson and was let oTf with the payment of f-2.50 and the Aldermen Discuss Routine Business Affairs. The board of aldermen were i'i regular monthly session at the Oty Hall Friday night. Only business affairs were discussed, definite action having been taken on Box 24, comer of Meeting and Front' The Statesville Hudson Company, Birth IA _ ..TM f I vi ATA.V.V, VI UK J.AW IW vu. Mr. John L. Price, of Stony Point, I greets, when there was a flare-up' has moved from East Front street to calls attention to the fact that he is' _ i. any matter of local Bom, Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs. Eu-' not the John Price reported in Satur- jfhe Morrisoii, Jr., at their home on paper as being in magistral e's i ttfc. KAitiir son court foh being around a stove in the Community the comer of North Center and cafe.. There was considerable smoke' streets, occupying the' building for- New Cotton Futures York, Feb. tures opened very steady. March and some no damage merly used by the Bristol Motor Coin-115.35; May 15.58: Julv 15.83; reported, pany. 16.05; Decmeber NEWSPAPER[   

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