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ROCKINGHAM POST DISPATCH. RICHMOND COUNTY, M. O.
PAGE SEVEN .HAMLET QUALITY FRUIT CAKE IT IS BETTER THAN THE BEST STATEMENT OF COMPENSATION TO ' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. . , Countv Fiscal Tear Ended November 30, 1922. I, J, D. Covington, Auditor for Richmond County, do hereby certify that each of the Commissioners received for his services as a commis sioner for Richmond County the am ounts set opposite each of their re spective names, and that they received no other compensation whatso ever; that the said compensation is according to law and is required to be DfJbUshed in four consecutive issues of a paper circulating in the -county, .v. . v " - - Respectfully certified, J. D COVINGTON, County Auditor. . Mileage and Per Diem. B. F. Reynolds, chairman, 12 months salary (fixed by law) $ 300.00 H. D. Hatch, Commissioner, 17 days (a) $3 ftnd 204 miles 5c..$ 61.20 J. A. McNeill, Commissioner, 19 days (cD $3 and 152 miles rc$ R4.C0 L. D. Frutchev, Commissi'r, 18 days (a) $3 and 93G miles () 5c..$ 100.80 , J V. Capel, Commissioner, 19 days $3 and 532 miles 5c$ 83.G0 Total -$ 610.20 LOCAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS Matters Briefly Mentioned Little Happenings PertOD&I Notes CALL POST-DISPATCH OFFICE Phone 182 j2 Something to &WJ Trunk f trfut jou ipcnJ $ta$ for co.!. f -Think of a Range tkt Vill tale H to i of jlourMUU. Think of i)tt $our taking VouU amount t in JtM Jith this nmarkabl Ranga. Think of tha srJing in tan $tn scrttc. Think of Rang that Will paj) its cnln initial colt 7hil lerOing Jou." got just What )ou ara thinking about rO.LE'C SANITARY DOWN DRAFT RANGE The Stove of exclusive features. Phone Pop t-Dispatch 182. your items of news. How about your label? See if a blue X mark is on the front page and then renew. Do your Christmas foro Christmas. Senior B. V. I1. V. Baptist church every at 7:30. shopping he- meets in the Monday nighf For sale by W. E. McNAIR, Cash or Credit II m II ! Your BEST FRIEND according to the law of average is a dollar. We live according to the law of average consequently, we live according to our dollars. . If you EARN what you can SAVE what you can Saving makes independence, earning does not. Let OUR BANK be your bookkeeper. We are ai immediate associate in your business of progressing from the time you become a depositor in our institution. 1 Save and Have i The Bank of Rockingham M. W. McRae President Dr. A. C. Everett. Vice-Pres . B. F. Reynolds, Cashier , . Open till 6 o'clock P. M. on Saturdays. I COAL and WOOD FOR SALE Coal, Oak Blocks Stove Wood ' FOR CASH ONLY Operatives Trading Company 3 i T. Ehnnf 75 m Dp You Need Any OB PRINTING Today? If So, Send or Phone U Your Vrder JNUW If you believe in home trade in a home newspaper in boosting your town? advertise in this paper ' We can also do your job work quickly and satisfactorily There were 31,281 bales of cotton ginned in Marlboro county to Nov. ,14th compared with 44,630 to same date last year. The constitutional amendment increasing pay of legislators fail ed to carry Nov. 7th by 65,468. ! The vote stood: for 72,297, against 138,765. The Richmond county vote was: for 714, against 925. .Photographer Morgan spent Mon lay and Tuesday in Charlotte on business. Miss Allie Legg returned this a. ni. from a hurried business trip to New York. William Mcpherson, of Raleierh, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with John Dockery. Jr. Dr. Watt Cole, wife and two chil dren, returned to Greensboro Tues uay after a four days' visit to rela tives here. . Miss Emily Bethen, of Chicora College, Columbia, S. C, spent the Thanksgiving holiday's with Miss Clara Stogner. The enrollment of the N. C Col lege for Women at Greensboro is now 1,20 just double its capacity of two years ago. S. L. Webb lias opened another grocery store across the pond from Ihe Seaboard depot.- He is running one and 1.. . Fierce the other. The teachers of the county will be the guests of the county federation of clubs December Kith at 11 o'clock at the. school auditorium; lunch will be served them. Subject of sermon at Presbyter ian church Sunday morning will be "The Oblivion of Forget fulness." Sunday night at 7:.'i0, "The Near ness of the Lord." . Mrs. Jno. Sandy Covington went to . Raleigh Wednesday night to attend a three days' meeting of the Home Demonstration agents. She will returu,Saturday night Mrs F. R. Harris, of Henderson. spent Monday night and Tuesday here with Mrs. S. W. Steele, en j route to Ansonville -where she will spend two weeks with Mrs. Ben Dunlap. Mrs. Vernon Dowless and daugh ter, Lougcniu, and mother, Mrs. A, A. Williams, came from Council? Saturday to remain until aftei Christmas with Messrs. Claude and Jesse Williams. George Fari'ington, of Pomona mills, and Ike Jordan, of rural Guilford, were sent to the roads for six months each by Magistrate Uave Collins at Greensboro Monday for driving cars while drunk. That's the proper medicine Spending Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. S. W. Steele were her mother, Mrs. Jesse H. Page and Mrs. Ben Dunlap and daughter, Celia, of An sonville, and Mrs. David Dunlap, of YVadeshnro. Mrs. Page will remain here for a week or two yet. ' Mr. Winston W. Covington and family' went to Rowland Friday and remained until Sunday. Miss An nie McLean came home with them, but returned to RowlaffH Wednes day night; she is Mrs. Covington's nister. The formal charter for the new McAulay, Crosland & Tyson Realty company was granted by the Secre tary of State Monday. The Post- Dispatch gave a detailed story of this new company two weeks ago; as auctioneers the local concern ap pears to be a hummer. Fred M. Hull, son of Mrs. Maude Hull," of Rockingham, has been selected as a leader of the Geongia Tech Y. M. C. A. Friendship Coun cil that has been formed at that in stitution to promote friendship and school and religious spirit among t.- ...... . . e 7 : . 'r i. Subject of Mr. Hartzell's sermon at the Episcopal church next Sun day night will be, "Need of Co-operation Between Town Officials and Religious Leaders." Sunday school 9:45; mid-week prayer service every Wednesday night at 7:30. It will enly be a nice 5-minute ride over the hard-surface road to "Ashland Heights" from the city of Rockingham or Hamlet: ad Elsewhere in the Post-Dispatch ia the annual statement from the County Auditor as to the amount each County Commissioner received Hnritlop thiu itiict fiur-nl vaar fi Frutchev. who lives in the ex'treniR i from , during the Christmas holidays. Ui win De good news locally to know that the Chalk family intend mak ing their home in Rockingham coming back to the "best town of all." James Garrett began work Wednesday in the Fox drug store. Miss Lillian Hasty attended the Thanksgiving dances at Chapel Hill this past week-end. Rev. Edmund Scott, father of Mrs. A. E.Dallas, died at Win ston Tuesday night. Postmaster Long requests the patrons to mail their Amas par cels early. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gore left Wednesday night for New York to spend ten days. , Mrs. Lucy P. Russell returned last Saturday from a five weeks' visit in Columbia and Asheville. J. Bryant Little was on the streets Wednesday after a week's stay indoors with rheumatism. Miss Anna Leak Ledbetter left Thursday morning for Dillon to visit Miss Miriam Moore for sev eral days. James Edwards was carried to the James McConnell hospital in Moore county. His friends will regret to know that his health is extremely poor. Mrs. L. D. McPhail and chil dren spent from Wednesday of of last week until Sunday here with Dr. L. D. McPhail. His family live in Charlotte, and he expects to move there Jan. 1st. Any one wishing to furnish and fill a sock for Christmas for the disabled service men at Oteen or any of the army hospitals at Asheville, can get particulars by phoning Mrs. I. S. London, 182. "Red" Johnson, of football fame, passed through the city last Friday en route from Char lotte to Chapel Hill. John Mc Aulay went with him to the Hill for the dances. Mrs. J. Maner Lawton, of Sa vannah, will arrive next Tues day night to remain until the following Monday with her sis ter, Mrs. J. W. Leak. Mr. Law ton will spend the week-end here. Pres Covington carried a cock, a pullet and two cockerels to the Charlotte Poultry Show this week and was awarded 1st on cock and 1st on cockerel. He special izes in the Barred Rocks and has a beautiful strain. Miss May, 14-year-old daughter of Major Will Gillespie, died at Cheraw Nov. 28th; and Mr., Rob ert Godfrey, also of Cheraw, the same day; he was 84 years old and was for many years senior warden of St. David's church. Mrs. Wm. Fowlkes and two children will leave Saturday for New Bern to spend a month. Any one desiring to contribute clothing to the fire sufferers can send them to Mrs. Fowlkes be tore Friday night and she will carry them to New Bern. Paul Pittinger, who has been connected with the engineering work for the town for the past several months, will leave Fri day for Greenville, S. C, where he has accepted a position with the J. E. Sirrine Co. His wife and two children left for Green ville Tuesday. Mr. G. E. Raucke, Sr., spent from Thanksgiving Day until Tuesday here with his son, Mr. Henry lianckc. Mr. Raucke, Sr., lives in Lumherton and will be 89 years young next. April. He is remark ably active for his nearly four-score and ten. Spending Thanksgiving here with the Rancke's were Rev. G. I',. Rancke, Jr., and Miss Loula Norman, both of Lumherton. Mrs. Alotizo Richardson, nat ional chairman of the citizenship department ot the Federation of Women's Clups, was to have ad dressed the local club at the school auditorium this afternoon on "Citizenship." But a wire her to Mrs. Armistead at Mrs. W. S. Thomas was on Monday sworn in as assistant clerk of court. George A. Seawell nis now the county jailor. He served as such several years ago for 3 years Lee McDonald is helping his father collect the 1922 taxes; he has just moved into his new cot- tage.l A. D. Smith was badly shot by Thurman Grant, his brother-in- law, near Smith's home, 3 miles from Kollock about 5 o'clock of afternoon of Nov. 27th. He was carried to Bennettsville hospital. Miss Anna Leak Ledbetter was hostess ai a beautifully appoint ed five-course dinner on Friday evening, honoring the house guests of Miss Mary Entwistle, Miss Dorothy Jones, of New Rochelle, N. Y., and Miss Pat Ashcraft, of Monrce. Covers were laid for ten. NEW BERN FIRE (Continued from i Front Page) New Doctor Coming. Dr. T. Boyce Henry and wife will move here before January 1st and probably occupy one of the new Cole bungalows. Dr. Henry will practice medicine here. He graduated at Wake house in another part of the city, and before a fire fighting truck could respond half a dozen houses were in flames and the big fire had gotten a secure headway. It was at first thought that possibly an incendiary had start ed the fires, but this has proved to be a mistake. The 1920 census gave New Bern a population of 12,198, of which 6,735 are neeroes. Those people of New Bern who have lost their homes and clothing and are out of employ ment deserve the aid of our Rich mond county people. Mayor Lowdermilk and his Corn mission- ers. of Rockingham, in session ; Tu .sday night voted $100 fiw.n the town treasury tor the relief of the sufferers. And on the i front page of the Post-Dispatch i can be been an appeal from the Mayor for contributions. All funds should be in the hands of Mayor Lowdermilk by noon of Dec. 11th. Football Results. I The University of North Caro ; lina defeated the University of IVit-nJnio rtt PVidrlntl-fxivillp 10.7 i year at the University and four on Thanksgiving Day. years at coiumoia. State College lost to University por two years ne was connect-0f Maryland at Kaleigh b-Y. ed with the King's County hos pital, and for the past year was associate medical director for the Sou. Life at Greensboro. He is a brother of Attorney Ozmer L. Henry of our city, and it is a j pleasure, to note the addition of another fine intellect to ol the community' the Furrran beat Davidson at Greenville 13-10. At Raleigh Friday New Bern Highs eliminated Sanford Highs 60. At Salisbury Saturday Ashe ville eliminated Monroe 20-6. fprn and Asheville will life I of Thanel Hill Tier 16th for ihj state high school championship. Marriage Licemes. Nov. 27--Allen Bostick and Henrietta Timmons, colored. Dec. 2 -Walter Lcdchart and Bessie Moore, colored. Dec. 2-Wm. R. Jenkins and tj011s priced from five cents to Eunice Lassiter, white. jg gs at J. E. Haywood's big.dis- Dec. 2 -Robert Hardin and play open day and night. See Catherine Lisk, white. second floor. adv All packages salutes, firecrack ers, 2 in., 3 in., 5in., and Chinese crackers will be sold for five cents this season at J. E. Hay wood's. See them first floor, ad upper end of the county, had to travel 936 miles' during the year to attend the meetings of the Board. Mrs. J. D. Chalk and young son arrived Friday from Rochester, New York, to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Watson. Mr. Chalk will arrive noon stated that she was ill and unable to fill the engagement. Big variety of dolls and toys at lower prices is what makes J.E. Haywood's business grow A Store Full of Beautiful and Useful Holiday Gifts TOILET SETS PERFUMERY Complexion Specialties Fountain Pens Box Stationery Ivory Sett Christmai Cards Christmas Seals and Tags Cigars and Smokers' supplies for the men Sweets lor ladies and chil dren. Fresh shipment to day, by express, of Norris and Whitman candies. FOX Drug Store I A; every year. adv