mRS. w.h. pILKINTON 7/5/1923 sTATESVILLE, NC
the Attention of Forward- Roy Christian for Looking Men to the Efltect of' Feeble-Miaded on the Future of Race. - The The time has arrived when men should direct their attention the effect of feeble-mindedness on future of the race, asserted Dr. Vaughn Tuesday addressing fellow meeting. at made three --immigration laws based on fie facts, lif e-lonog care in to th Â« miniature bride | deeÂ«Â»tÂ«d Wfc te^r*^^^^*^^**^ uunng ^j, Ur Vaughn was a home I member of a board making tests of the men in the draft. eve- at at old the sermon a Tuskegee the send veterans VANCE even- an average intelligence of those that of a child 18.04 years of that of the negro soldiers. 10.44 that of the foreign born. 12.05 The immigrants from the countries Northern Europe show the highest mentality, he said. This country is getting the least desirable element the present time, he said, the standards of intelligence having decreased within the past 20 years. The that it is the finding of history where amalgamation takes place the higher race sinks to the level of infer.'or race should be giving cern. he said. - - Mr. Mr. Oscar Marvin made a the St. Louis convention. Mr. F. Sliemll had as his guest Mr. Clyde, of Spartanburg. S. C. Mr. A. Halstead, of the Rotary club Mooresville. was present. Mayor's Court. Three cases were heard in the mayor's court Tuesday. Mary Russell colored, charged with having an illegal amount of whiskey in her possession, was bound to the recorder's court on $200 bond. Marshal Hellard paid $10 and costs for being drunk and disorderly. L. E. Jordan and Q. G. Pierce* receiving and transporting liquor, bound to the recorder's court on bonds of $500 each. Pat Loflin was fined $10 and costs for an assault on Ralph Rumple; is also to pay Rumple's hospital bill amounting to $8. This case was tried Saturday afternoon. Burglars Active Sunday Night. One profitable and one unsuccessful unsuccessful attempt at burglary were the city Sunday night. Coley's barber barber shop, near the depot, is in razors in consequence and one bar at a rear window of Wallace Brothers, bent back to an angle degrees, is the evidence of the effort. It was thought at first horse, which might have been tied the bar, upon being frightened, jerked the bar out of position. of Police Kerr insists that it is work of a man, his foot-prints clearly visible. Recorder's Court. McKinley Bell, of Wilkes county. under suspended sentence from the court contingent upon payment of costs, was sentenced to three on the roads in default of payment. J. William Lewis, sentenced Monday Monday to six months on the roads carying a concealed weapon, gave notice Tuesday that be had abandoned abandoned his appeal to Superior court. and began his sentence Tuesday. Real Estate Transfers. Ernest Ayers and wife. Grade Avers, to G. L. McKnight, 68 1-2 adjoining the lands of S B. Harris- consideration, $5.000. M. D. Goodman and wife. Alice Goodman, to J. R. Jones and ones ' adjoining 0. Goodman at Troutman; consideration, consideration, $54. Joint Congregational Meeting. In accordance with the article of agreement adopted by both St. Michael's and St. Martin's congregations, I do hereby call for a ioint of the two congregations at St. tw Â° congregations at St. MH- church on Sunday afternoon. It' l y 15 - at 2 o'clock. MILLER. local Chairman of Committee. of Greenwood lumhia university in school administration. administration. Miss Henkel will be there six week 1 *. Uecent Arrivals at Long's Sanato- num. Recent arrivals at , Mrs. I Mr E I . . Mrs. j AJp""! H rs " V H. Pilkinton, ,[ , ' Â· M, Young lf ' v s Sanato- .! of Middle- E. and Blake very lifU E?q ',. in leaving," said Mr. McLq Ophelia * r to Undergo Treatment. I "They and Mrs John c - Dimmer leaves this et s at the home, stead unt 'l a ^ ew minutes before i n i a , where he will undergoitime. week | treatment of an injury to 5 received while he' The majority of the negroes j n the Spanish-American Icav "ig the num-, I i n e to PÂ«insvlvania with Phr great- A - a. in Agrietfture w 5? r ,7Â° n3r -, , r - . . ' goin}r i vJ" Â· i Â°! . Vlr ^ nia - more Â» been elected assistant instructor License has been issued" "for tho Jason Sher- j marriage of *Mr. of Richmond, '^ *"* ^ i Mr. Frank Bradley, son of Bradlev. leaves Wednesday, Wrht thc "phy-- 1 Mr. Joseph LeasÂ«te sical examim- tion for entrance 1 stfNUuneil United States naval academy. ! Bradley received the Congressman Doughton. Davis HospHal.