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MARCH 15, 1928
Master John Robert Carriekhotf
was h$st to a number of his friends
on Monday afternoon at the home of
his uncle and aunt. Mi*, and Mrs,
J. L. Carriekboff, celebrating; his
sixth birthday anniversary. During
the afternoon games dear to the
hearts of childhood were enjoyed,
following which refreshments were
served. Departing. Muster CarrikhofFs
little guests expressed the
wish that each birthday through the
coming; years might be as delightful
as this one.
IN MEMORY OF THOMAS S.
Resolved, That Laurel Springs!
chinch has heard with profound sor-j
row of the death of Thomas S. j
Watson, late a member of this:
church, who died February 10, 192811
Whereas, in the death of Brother |
Watson the church has lost a faithftil
member, the community a ?rood|
citizen, and the wife and children a
devoted husband and a kind and
V The life of every man exerts an|
influence either for good or evil]
upon, those with whom he associates. I
Thomas S. Watson possessed two of|
the great qualities essential to highj
achievement in life?energy and
perseverence. He believed ir obey- j
irg the Bible injunction, "In the1
sweat of thy face shalt thou eat
bread.*'" (Gen. 3:19.)
The honest, upright man found in
him a friend and helper; but the I
idle, thriftless dishonest man found!
no place in bis heart, or welcome in
At his burial was seen the devotion
of his people, numbered by the j
thousands, among whom he had lived j
and loved and labored, who clearly!
realized that they had lost a real
friend, a good citizen and Christian
Resolved, That, the church tender
to the bereaved family her sincere
condolence, and pray that our Heavenly
Father may heai the brokenheiivtlerl
:md sr.nt.ho the rmn-niph nnd
grief of a loss so overwhelming.
?lvcd, That as a further mark
of respect to the memory of the deceased.
that, a copy of these resolutions
he filed with the permanent
retards of the "church, a copy sent
to the Watauga Democrat with a
request to publish, and a copy transmitted
to the family of the deceased.
March 10, 1028.
Z. t. WATSON",
W. H. WAGNER, Conn
Tinder the auspices of the Leone
Parent-Teacher Association. comthcnior&ting
St. Patrick's Day,
March 17. students of the >Roone
high school and Demonstration school
will sell shamrocks to the citizens of
Boone and vicinity. The proceeds
will be used in obtaining fountains
aud library and playground equipment.
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- THEATRE -THE
PLACE OF GOOD SHOWS"
Friday and Saturday, March 16-17
The World's AtMftte
Monday, Match (9?
Nancy Nash and Clifford
"Rich, But Honest"
TuesJay, March 120?
. A BluivStreak Western
Wednesday, March 21
Marion Davies and Conrad
From the play by Jaoiet M. Barrie
? Thursday, March 22?
From story, "The Woman of Kaockaloe,"
by Hall Caine
ISf REEN YOUR"
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' You might save money Wy
screening early acid preventing
disease carried by flies.
You can also save money by
seeing me for Screen Doors,
Window Screens, Door and Window
Frames and Building Material
I can make your screens, deliver
and put - them in for you if
F. M. MALTBA
BOONE, N. C.
PROF. AND MRS. GREER GIVE j
PROGRAM IN WILKESBORO
Prof, .md Mrs. I. G. Cixeer, of tlio
Appalachian Noimal Sehool, gave a
program of folk-lore songs in the
auditorium of the WUkesboro high
school last Friday evening. At the
; same time a play was presented by
I tic Wilkesboro Dramatic club.
BABY CHICKS?Barred Hocks and
Rhode Island Reds $11 hundred;
Wvandottes, $l.o.QO hundred;
Mixed and Leghorns, $10.00 hundred.
for deliverv Mondays and
! * - 3
; nursaays. Catawba Creamery,
Hickory, NT. G. I j
BABY CHICKS AT REDUCED j
| PKTCE.S at the best season for j
starting them. Write today for|
prices. Rocks, Rods, White Leg-!
hovns. First class chicks from j
blood-tested. state-inspected flocks, j
! Cnstom hatching-; Matching egjes;(
| Poultry equipment; Flex-O-Glass.
North Wilkcsboro, N. C.
I EYE SPECIALIST
I have been licensed by examination
by the State Boards of Examiner? of
North Carolina. South Carolina and Tennessee
and pronounced ihorcujrbly competent
to examine eyes ar.d fit classes
to correct defective vision. 25 sears
active experience. I have kept up-to
date by doinc Post-Graduate work, attending
lectures and taking special
courses every year.
TO SEE BETTER SEE DULA
Have your eyes and your children's
eyes examined b> a well known and reliable
authority on cyco and visior.
THE OLDEST, THE BEST !
! EQUIPPED, THE MOST ITiO
: GRESSIVE EYESIGHT SPECIAL- !
j 1ST AND OPTOMETRIST.
DR. A. W. DULA
I Eye Specialist of L.cnoir, N. C. j
will be at the Blackburn Hotel the
I three first days of court
! March 26, 27 and 28
The standard by which Eye Specialists
have been judged for the past
Owing to pressing business 1 will not
he able to make any ether appointJ
mcnts in the county at this time.
THE L ATEST
The well-dressed woi
wearing coats with sc
Lars or cuffs, print In
line?all in the subtl
ticularly in the nat
. THESE SM>
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incw moaes in
To "tune in"
with your frock,
. suit, coat and
THE? WATAUGA DEMO( RAT?E1
! The Republicans of Boom- tow::ship
ivvo requested to meet ai~ th?
I cot!vthou.se in BOone on Friday,
March 2^; 2??28 at 2 o'cldok i.?: the*
purpose of electing dcltpa! to the
c.imty convention and t.ra?? .- acting
any business that may come before
the convention. Ladies particoiarlv
J. M HODGES, Chairman.
GARDEN SEEDS ?
We carry a full line of
Landreth's garden and
flower seed in packages
and in bulk, also bulk
bean seed of all kinds at
25c per lb. J. B. Dick
& Co., 5, 10 and 25c
Store, Boone, N. C.
We can sell you real estate
i?ei* of houses in town and sou
I List with us and we will set qui
WESTERN N. C. I)
S C. ECC.ERS, Mgr.
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100 Per Cent Pure Vi
Our showing1 of new woolens
variety?the greatest values wo
pure virgin wool, woven by Ami
clothes are sold by the (riousan
one to individual order. Thoy h
pensive clothes, yet cost only $:
hi the Simpson Plan making
Tf interested in bc-ttey clothes fo:
V. M. PRES
To the Simpson Representative
am under no obligation to bu;
samples of *aii-wool fabric,? at
| ipeoat made to individual me:
i live guarantee, of satisfaction.
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Date to Call Hi
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[ INLW I Wr\Pv
men of New York are
arf collars, furs at coinings,
le shadow colors, parural
and near beige
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J $29.50 1
For a few days
Boxes for |_
BOONE, N. C.
l'ERY THURSDAY?BOONE, N. C.
There will be so id in the town of
Bit tier, Tcnn., on April 5. 1928, at
public auction, through a trustee's
sale, one practically new residence
consisting of six rooms with two additional
building lots adjoining the
coiner lot on which the buildings are
i now located. This property is loi
cafoti in one of the best residential
: sections of the town, on a good surI
faced street, near the Baptist church.
This property will go at a bargain as
the owner is nut of the state and will
not be there to protect bis interests. m
It is now almost a foregone conclu- ~
sion that the Whiting Band Mill will T
he located in Butler with roilrrmd 1
going in North Carolina. This alonewill
greatly enhance property in the
FOR SALE?A good pair of young
mules. Also 30 acres ot land,
new house just completed, near
i the highway, one mile from
I Boone. F. A. Linney 2
we have prdgneois for a numie
farms, too. Selling is good,
Office Over Watauga Co. Bank
rgin Wool CLOTHES
is unsurpassed in beauty and big
over assembled. Every fabric is
srica's best known mills. Simpson
(Is, but cut and silk-sewn one by
avc the looks, fit and feel of ex23.oO
and $31.50. The saving is I
and sellhtg direct to the wearer.
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$23:50 :ii>d $31.50 for a suit, or ;
and sold under your pbsi
our Ales'. Convenient
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Assemblacr in the
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We are in the Market For the Best
OAR AND HEMLOCK TANBARK
and will pay 50c. per 100. Call on the
BLUE RIDGE LUMBER COMPANY
BOONE, N. C.
I AM OFFERING for sale at a bargain my
house and 19-10 acres of land near home of
W. D. Farthing in edge of Boone. Has good
spring and ideally located. See W. H.
Gragg, who has charge of the property.
R. L. TEAGUE.
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We Save Yoa
Money and Serve
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% ? H ifro ' x> < 1 C Vi bijfli pressure tiros. Full-size.
rTM?irn.rr^ij^r?^^i?5Si~!iL^"r i i wr"^ ffoxlllfc, ttlUgil With l'l?!-TV*- ISt>
ing side walls.
All other sizes priced proportionate!) low.
Nothing better i<> be found -.it
anything near this price. Firestone-buiit.
ivith many Uir.c' '
tSsj&'iV'^^rtfSsSS^ wear features. Has tough sMe' "
walls and tread, with scientific
Here's a good tire at the rock*
bottom price. Built in tin great
l"i rest oil-- factories. where better
I \ V twos are mar.r. actnr.si at lov.est
S \ i\ 29x1.10/21 ?# ^'jjjfgffi
f'.j Wj^iri J \ y| Ba,loon V? -'-^
mm m-lm $4-65
DO YOUR tire buying at the Firestone dealer's service station?where
you will find a complete choice to suit every need and purse. Wei have
lowest prices in history?quality for quality?on all sizes of tires and
We are fully trained and equipped to give you immediate sersiceThousands
of motorists in this vicinity buy their tires from us because
we save them money and serve them better.
THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH
W. R. WINKLER & COMPANY
BOONE, N. C.