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Town and County
Rev. S. E. Oapgr will conduct the
services for the Advent church Sun.1
* _1 J C* . .
utxy tti citven v viwtA o:m ounauy ai
S:16 p. nt. Everybody is extended i
cordial welcome to attend each service.
Mrs. Rov Johnson was hostess tc
th e Friday Afternoon Club last wek.
A pleasant hour was spent in sew rig
after which an interesting contest
was eujoyed: Afro. J. D. Rankin
won the prise, a lovely hand-made
handkerchief. A deiieiuns salad
course was served by the hostess, assisfled
by Mrs. Harry Wilson and
Air*. M. P. Critcher.
Prof, and Mrs. Claud Moser and
iHniiiy, Hccorrpaiiifu uy aujc Annie
Howell spent the week end in Cherry
Mrs. J. D. Rankin and son Winton
Capt and Mrs. B. L. Smith and son
B. L. Jr., and Helen Anders spent
Sunday at Rutherford College.
Prof. A. M. Norton of Newton is
visiting Dr. Rankin.
Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Courtney and
son of Thomasville N. C. spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. VVoosley.
far. Me. G. Anders, Mr. anrl Mrs.
W. Y. Warren and son J. K. and Tom
Henry will arrive today and will
spend ten days with Mrs. Mc. G. Anders.
Mr. Walter Horton and children
spent Sunday with Mrs. Horton at
the Charlotte Sanatorium. The many
friends of Mrs. Horton will be glad
to learn that she is improving and
will be able to return home in a
l)r. J. D Rankin spent Sunday with
his mother in Salisbury.
Sorry to hear of the seriou< illness
of Mrs. Carter Cook, who after
three weeks is unimproved.
James W. Bryan, Esq , has so far
as we know broken all records this
^ oa..u,... r.... i,iii., wtrw
U.| VULIUIIIH v?v Ulf, VII^J '??*ing
on last Thursday landed from
the power dam a black bass weighing
nine and one half pounds.
About 250 of the teachers from
the Appalachian Training School
visited Johnson City last Monday, returning
the same day and without
an exception report a wonderful trip
This excursion was made possible by
the utartness of that splendid gentleman,
Mr. R. R. Johnson of the local
railway company, who is always
on the job.
We are glad to see our old friend
Adam Hodges of Coshocton, Ohio on
our streets again. Hope he may have
a pleasant stay with us. He was accompanied
here by Mr. Rom Lovill,
who has succeeded wonderfully well
during the several years he has lived
in Ohio, this being his first visit
to his former home since he left.
Mr. J. T. Hendrix and wife of
Roanoke, Va. where M?\ Htendrix
16 employed with the R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co., are visiting relatives in
the town and vicinity for a few days.
Mrs* J^irfths Miller of Silverston^
passed away Monday morning while
sitting at her breakfast table. The
lady had not been nick before arc:
her sudden departure is u shock tc
the friends of the weta-known family
.u r. anenun i ipiun, lyeumoi IV <
engineer on the Lnivilic River roac
has iA'tn enjoying a well earned va
fcatior. for the past few days, Mr
James Miiier supplying for him or
trains one and four.
Rev. C. G. MeKaraher of Shull:
Mills was n business caller at thi
' emocf.it T:cc is week
Attorney V. B. Bowers of Elk Par]
transacted legal business in town 01
During the rush of press time las
week we in some unaccountable wa;
omitted the program for the fiftl
Sunday meeting of the Baptist churcl
which omission we regret very mucl
and nope the good people will lool
, with forbearance on the deed.
Dr. Fredrick Mast Dula, son a
Dr. Alfred Dula has just received nc
tification of his passing the Stat
Board of Optometry' with high hor
ors. Young Dr. I>ula also made hig
grades before the South Carolin
Board a fej) days since.
Davidson's July Clear
ance Sale begins Tuesd']
July 1. For more particu
lars see page 2.
PAINTING of TI
Mr D. M. Oevsne, who wiii 1
remembered as having spent a got
deal of time in the employ of tne i
i T. S. some two or three years at
has reyrned to Boone ur.d aceeptt
I at least a temporary position with t!
isehcol. I.ike all others who have bet
absent for any length of time. M
Deyant thinks the growth of the tow
nothing short of miraculous.
DwigWt, sen of Mr. ami Mrs. Cha
1 Horton of North Wilkesboro is npei
ding a few days with his grandmotht
Mrs. Etta Horton of this city.
'| Dr. A. W. Dula is in Watsu.a th
I week, practicing his profession. H
j tolls the Democrat of tUo receipt c
i a letter from Mr. W. J. Horton <
1 j Karrel, Pa. telling of his starting o
! a rather extended*: motor trip. H
I goes first to Gettysburg to the fouit
of July celebration, from there t
' White Hall, Md. to spend a shoi
time with our former county mm
Mr. "Pete" Mast, thence direct t
Lenoir for a visit, from whit Ji piac
he will come to Watauga for a vhih
Mr. Horton is a native of this count
and this bit of news will be receive
favorabiy by many local friends an
Miss Lula Love and Miss Clar
| Donnelly will give their gradnatir
1 ninnn ronilu! nmnrl >\? ntmninrr -Ittlv '
j 1924 at eight o'clock at the A. T. S
| auditorium. They will Be assisted b
Prof. A. R. Smith, baritone and Mis
Annie Dougherty, soprano.
We learn that the big hand mill a
Shullr. Mills has shut down indelinil
ely. This is a severe blow to many o
its faithful employees and reports ir
dicate that thai once thriving lun"
ber village will soon be a thing o
the past so far as manufacturing i
WORTH WHILE CLUB
Mrs. Emma Moore and Miss Jenni
Todd, members of the faculty of th
Appalachian Training School eutci
Lained the Worth While Club in th
reception room of Lovill Home Fri
A profusion of summer flower
were used in the decoration of th
reception room. The talented Mis
Ruth Rankin rendered two number
on the piano that were enjoyed by a
present. Miss Fawn Watson gave
most enjoyable humorous reading er
titled Willie. Miss Annie Dougbeit
who has been taking voice at Carso
I Newman College, sang beautiful!
] "Last Night" followed by a piano sc
I lo. given by the highly accomplish?
music teacher, Miss Ruth Coffey. Mis
Winchester kindly consented to sin
for us and was brought to the floe
again by a hearty encore. At the cioi
[ ox '-ne oxLcniuun ui u^J .nil avuciuue i
I freshmonts consisting of punch an
cookies were served. Dr. F. E. Hai
per of Salisbury will be with us t
the next meeting which will be <
| the home of Mrs. Watt Grugg o
Friday July 1.
LOST?Bunch of keys with seven
Yale key's and others belonging t
padlocks and ordinary mortice lock
Reward of two dollars will be pni
anyone returning the lost article t
the Democrat office
I hiY? been Qccnjcd by examination by t
Stata Boarda of Examine*-* of North Carolu
t South Carolina and Tennea*e? ind pronoun:
y thoroughly competent to cxamtna eye* and
a <laa?c*. - - -
n TO SEE BETTER SEE DULA
il Sa* me at following place*:
t Jefferson, N. C. Monday and Tu<
day July 7th and Sth
,f West Jefferson, N. C. Jfced nesd
o WaYrensville Thursday July 10th
[. Lansing, N. (J. Friday July 11
h My Lenoir olfice will be in char
a 01 ur. Fredrick Mast fiuia, gvadut
! of N. C. University and Norths
I Illinois College of- Opthnmology,
~ I Chicago, who has been licensed
-j both the N. C. and S. C. Board
Examiners. I will always be in I
' noir, N. C. on Saturdays.
tE BETTER KIND
THE WATAUGA DEMOCRAT?
>d Corn is growing fine since the hot
V. weather come in
[o The roads here are a niusance.
d .1 tioos-t impossible tor the mail to
le1 go. We must pay our taxes and it
n! stem? that our roads should be worr.
kcd. There are two things ?t least
n that are looked after in our section
| ?our taxes and votes,
s.! The Zion Hill xirisritnr choir met
l- the PhiIhps Branch singing choir at
>r Antioch Baptist church and had a
good singing on June 22.
is Miss Ida and Master Ben Tester
e visited their sister Mrs. Coy Rominif
ger last week.
rf | Messrs Uewey Rumitiger and Ohas.
n: Mast have brought o first class roov- I
> ir.g pictur? show which will he in ]
h soon. Hope the boys make good,
o Some of our youre folks atten-'
-t ded the Campbell show at the John?,
son school house and reported a good
e Mr. lionet Ward has purchased a
-,| new ear and is giving his friends ar.d
y family joy rides for recreation,
d There will be a public singing at
d Zion Hill Baptist church the third
Sunday in next September,
a We are expecting the best school
g here this year that has ever been at
1, ltominger as we have the same teu>.
chers that taught for us last year,
y Mr. Henry Kagaman and his sister
kj Miss Susie.
> There will be a meeting of the
,f stockholders of the Three Forks
Cheese Factory July 5 at the factory
,f Don't fail to pay your tax by next
is Monday as I am bound to proceed
to collect by law after that time.
C. M. CRITCHER, Shff. i
* Subscribe For Your
. County Paper.
Whatever your f
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\\ Every ciay it is o
vise Vv'ith our dep
regarding the di
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<i notice of these p
Let us also have I
Call in today.
; Trust <
: "T^E have usfld Black
! * Draught ever sicc<
1 we have had a fain
ge "fly and that was shortly
>te ; after 1874," saya Mr. E
rn " A. Brans tetter, of St
I J James, Mo. "It is my firai
y. remedy when any of w
? gets ?ic]$. . . . We u a <
Black-Draught for torpi<
; liver and stomach com
I n '(xiri r ?
H f? U?U A fVV BlUfBHt
? Q and dont feel 90 good,
H take Black-Draught?aw
h you hare to show me tha
there u> a better medldn;
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: VagetaWfi I
EVERY THURSDAY?BOONEf N. C
A bank book is a cf.
tention. Carry your b<
commendation for a I
which counts for mm
you become financial
DIRECTORS:?N. L. MAST. L.
FOR SALE?From now until July!
^ 10th, Sweet Potato plants at 25cs
per hundred; tomato plants, ail varieties
50c per hundred. These plants
are strong and hardy and will mature.
Guaranteed. Hugh F. Webb,
Johnson City, Tenn.
muiiuiai * vui^nio
whatever the quesng
Ivice fpr it's worth
ur pleasure to ad>ositors
isposition of their
isdom and fallacy
vhich come to the '
the opportunity of
3s Bank &
the Family |
- in Missouri. I think it is ?3
i fine for indigestion or for H
headache. It is a splendid L
family remedy. My wife tj
' uses it for any stomach H
ailment, indigestion and W
. biliousness. We never let ju
t the house be without it if H
i I kaqw it We also give it H
j to the children for ehil- u
1 dren's complaints, colds o* a
s Keep a package of Black- M
> Draught in the house for p
I all the family. H
} Tour daatat will a?Q run a H
, nunnoth p**iuam, ag
* On at the peek- H
3 era. Ift ahespK. D
Mi, ft tfot
\SW MBWI ? : |
srtificate of business abilil
ink book with you. It is e
letter job; a mark of cha
ch. We invite your accoi
A. GREENE, F. A. LINNF.Y, G. K
TY, S. E. GRAGG, J. H. MAST
vSSI U T i
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J. H. Pnentwood, Manager Blowing!
Rtrck Business June 1 io October 1.1
LENOIR AND BLOWING ROCK
Live Stock and Vehicles,
Tyson & Jones, Henderson,
High Point and
All Vehicles Made in
Agent for the Old Reliable
Wedge Spoke J. 1.
6-26-3mc . . .
NOW IS THE TIM
We sell everything y<
I SIDING, CEILING
If you will get our
terial it will mean a s?
Call on us, we app
by W. R. Gragg,
:y that commands atin
identification, a reiracter
mt and want to help
HAGAMAN, B. B. DOUGHER\
L \1 V
[ E . N . C.
Davidson's July Clearance
Sale begins Tuesd'y
July 1. For more particulars
see page 2.
WANTED All Kind, of Root, and
Herbs, Barks, etc. Write for list*
M. E. Proftit, 536 W. Market St.
. .Johnson City, Tenn. 6-12-4c
Office Phone Residence
| Sugar When You
R. E. JOHNSON ,
I P r\ D oen C - ! * ?
II i . w. mux *.oi. v?63iunia, i"*. V_. i
E TO BUILD NEW j
> TO REPAIR
>u need for the job as
IE OF BUILDERS
prices and see our maile.
ireciate your trade,
ITURE & LBR. CO.