North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
News Of 1
Bv M. R DUN NAG AN
RALEIGH. N C.?The State
ate. which had had the impcr
revenue bill for exactly four w
Tuesday, on that day at an after
session, placed it on its third i
ing. although it was some $2,501
short of the amount needed to bal
with the Appropriations bill, air
passed by the House and to be
sidered this week by the Senate
The Revenue bill, which passe
first reading Friday and second i
ing Saturday with only a few au
votes in opposition, has replaced
several items which the Senate
We have a large stock of gooi
Used Cars, which we are offer
mg at exceptionally low prices
Following arc a few example
1934 Chcv. Master Sedan
1931 Master Chev. Coach
1934 Plymouth Coach
1934 Ford Coach
1932 Chevrolet Coach
1932 Ford Coach
1931 Chevrolet Sedan
1930 Ford Coupe
1934 Chevrolet C'oupc
1932 Ford Coupe
Together with several othe
Used Cars and Trucks
We can sell you a used ca
cheap and allow you more o
your used car on a new car lha
Villi \vin firifl pre r?v? n o
count of our large volume.
W. R. CHEVROLET
"Wo Lead in Sale* & Service*'
BOONE. N. C.
IN of the fa
Year after yea
long life, depe
cost is more
Tops now in u
to their origina
as good as the <
In the General
whether your i
: iier had eliminated ami which raised
the revenue estimates some 52,000,Sen
Only five items arc exempt from
tant1 the three per cent sales tax. meal,
eeks flour, lard, fallback and sugar, as it
noon is now written. Also Bibles, hymnals
1 l:inH Surrlnv Sfhonl iiiorfthirf wpta py
ance The Senate restored the sales tax
eady on hotel room rentals, exempting regcon
alar roomers in hotels. The maximum
sales tax on any one article was ind
its creased from 519 to S15 and the inread-jcome
tax exemption of 15 per cent
dible' on amounts given to charity and the
in it like was reduced to 10 per cent. Chain
ear- tilling station taxes were restored.
; Thus the Senate had gone up the hill
Hnn and down again, also.
j j Tlie House indicated Friday that it
j j would not be likely to accept the bill
| j i i c comes back from the Senate,
F ; 2 rcbablv Wednesday, in which case
a conference committee would have to
j" ; named to iron out the differences
It is considered likely that ail of the
| I basic food items now exempt will be
! put back in the bill, as the House had
= i passed it. Or. it may be that the Hil!
j j siquor control bill may be used as a
I stop-gap to fill in between the expect5
j ed revenue and appropriation differg
i cnces. A "round robin" of 50 House
j members is reported to have signed j
i up to vote for the liquor control bill
ii the Senate passes it. and that is i
about half of the 120 members pres-j
i ont at any session along now.
May Adjourn in Week
If the House should adopt the Sen-'
ate measure, or if the conference coin-1
S ailfctee should iron out the differences j
I in a couple of days, then it seems j
| hkely that the Legislature can ad- j
jjourn within a week. This is not cxi
peeled. Amendments to the Hill bill
| may be offered to let those counties
; which voted for repeal in 1935 estab- j
i lish liquor stores at once, along with j
r some of the resort sections, notably j
AsheviJle, Waynesville. Pinehurst and |
The counties voting for repeal are
Alleghany. Beaufort, Craven, Curri^
tuck. Durham, Edgecombe. Halifax.
Martin. New Hanover. Onslow Pasquotank.
Pitt and "Wilson, 13. Others,
to establish stores, would have to vote
| local option.
I Both House ami Senate have been
j working hard the past week, the
! House seeking to clear up its heavy
calendar, and succeeding fairly well,
even though it has the habit of bringing
back bills already killed and passing
them, or killing those already
' V/A\' '' \
.c. v ^
i J :
3 Types with "Ageless"
yle, Any Size, Any Price
dy All-Steei Cabinets
can have the matchless performance
mous General Electric sealed-in-steel
any style, in any size, in any priced
c refrigerator moddL
r General Electric refrigerators have
o hundreds of thousands or users that
ndable performance and low operating
important than all other refrigerator
aed. 97J of ail General Electric Monitor
se 5 years are still giving faithful service
/ owners?the sealed-in-steel mechanism
day they were bought.
Electric line you will be able to see and
ee types of icfrigerarors?Monitor l op.
There is a G-E model to exactly suit
nents in style, in size and in price?
acome is $25 a week or $25,000 a year.
per Light and ]
Next Door to Hi-Land Dry Clean*
passed. The Senate, oil the Revenue io
bill, has allowed its public calendar Ho
to accumulate more than forty bills: act
needing: attention. When the big: bills rec
are out of the way. however, they j iPi
make short work of the others. Six- i kil
! teen public bills and resolutions and1 of
! 87 local measures were ratified last . ii\
[week, bringing the total ratified for [on
the session to 745 bills and 42 reso- i tin
j lutions. of the 1723 bills introduced, j tui
House Passes Street Bill j
The House passed tnc mil provicii:ig
$500,000 for upkeep of streets in l3t
towns and cities designated as parts
of the State highway system, and sent ,!n
it to the Senate. It changed its mind ?
land voted to bring it back, but too
late. The -Sena?" had already passed
it, and it has been ratified.
The automobile license tax rate was (
sun further reduced by the House, ^
to 40 cents per 100 pounds. The Sen- ^
ate had passed it at 45 cents, a re- "t
duction from the present 55 cents.).
The Senate may concur in the 40-ceni .
The joint session of Senate and
House adopted without change or m,
comment the report of the committee co
naming 35 trustees of the University
oi North Carolina, ten to fill unex- 3=1
pired terms. However, Senator Rivers
Johnson offered a resolution recommending
that one trustee be named
from each county, with an additional
trustee for each 40,000 population, or
major fraction. It was adopted as a
recommendation, but the body refused
to undo what it had just done and
make it apply this year. As adopted,
; it has no actual force, merely recommending.
The House changed its mind on two!
measures, ft rescinded its action of}
a few days before memorializing Con- i
gress to remove the processing tax!
on cotton, by adopting a repealer bill, |
and sent it to the Senate. It also re- '
vived a bill killed, to allow debtors of!
nofiinof KfinU-c f .l-.KI ^ I
?. outtiku IW l tlVULO W XU1 UP* I
posits, passed it and sent it to the I
To Honor Late Frank Page
Passed and ratified were bills providing
for a tablet honoring the late
Frank Page, for a decade State highway
chairman, in the Capitol or in a
new highway building, if erected, and
provi ling distinctive automobile license
plui.es lor oihcers 01 Hie iN. C.
National Guard. The House also
passed and sent to the Senate a bill
permitting the manufacture of slot
machines in the State, primarily for
the benefit of one vending machine
manufacturer in the State. Twentythree
counties were exempted in the
House. Watauga was not exempted.
The House refused to have anything
r 5 YEARS
^ from * '
In addition to the otandard
x jrcar warranty, 1935
General Electric refrigerators
carry 4 more years protection
on matchless sealed-insteel
mechanism for $5 . . .
frre years for only $1 a year.
You ton buy a new A A w
19S5 6-1 refriaer- U UK
ator for at little as (J 0
Payments as low as $6.00
Boone, N. C.
Mil" rui 11 i wsii Wii'iii' ^lilb
THURSDAY?BOONE, N. C.
do with the Day bill to reapport ion
use of Representatives members in
Sydancc with the 1930 census, as nj
piired by the Constitution, its the
13 ami 1931 bodies had done. It p]
led the minority report by a vote j,,
55 to 32, largely east-west in the
ision. It also killed , the Stone bill,
motion of its introducer, to abolish T
i office of Commissioner of Banks, CI
rning over the work to the Utilities
nimissioner The House passed the ^
I to increase terms of office of reg- p
ers of deeds to four years, with y
out one-third of the counties ex-1
ipted. It went to the Senate. y
THF, SAVIOUR'S BIRTH
. ; n
The calculations of an Italian as-! t
momer say that this is n?f 1 ^ _
it 1946. Head this unusual story,
rich tells interesting facts of the ^
iristian era. One of many articles y
the American Weekly (Issue of \
iril 28), the hip: magazine which
nws regularly with the Rait imore ^
inciay American. Your favorite a
wstlealer er newshoy J:a ; your i c
HERE'S OUR PLAN i'%
10.000 Rrull Dr?j Stores hold gj
this sale to make new friends. J > r
On special occasions wo offer I 'iffl R
tome of these items at lees than a
regular list prices bat st no U
time at these tock bottom I '
prices. Candy and P?r. * Food I i=="
r'fmntt arm NOT told on Onm '" ?'
Cent Satm bo.it.
toe R?uaiTo?ui3o., 2'?11c
!* ou^^T"' 2'-51c |g?|
50c IlMol 2 (of 51c
25c Jc-uteol Talcum 2 '* 26C d&y
25c Bay Ruin Sharing A . n?.
Cteam Zfor2BC (r^\
25c*t.c?u?. 9 (or 9K|> II ?f*
I-VWOCT fcvw II
50c After Shxve Lot*oa 2 ,or 51C (I.M <0jn
J5c JtMtine Cr?un? 2 '?* 30C || jj
50c Jawniae Ptriunj 2 '?* 51C 1H.11J ^
7lk^HerB*"' 2 ""76c
25c U?.adcr Talcum 2'<"26C
2 '? 51c ?' ? Victocn
25c Stir Powdar ?? *jjj *! or v
forM*o 2*?*2oC 55c Dftintj
Good at anjr lima Juria| tK? four Jmy? ?( ?<
Crt?? for ?*! j 40f . . . vitk tK? attached cow;
7?" 77?! Klinu Denial Cram* giva* jro
?wilkcul ?<n*U?ing?witliMl scratch lag.
TkU allow* mo Ik* rigkt to parclat* 3
of Xk*M> UMUi Crotae for *?!y 40c at **y
day* of 'k* R*.vill Original Oao-Coat 9*k.
Addkaaa n ,,,,
4 Pays Oniy-\
7u? a*: oiT viW
pint 1*11 til Asst.C
C2f Compare M i 31
Antiseptic Solu kL"jtfi|
lion with any
l^'JA other mooth*
| B4H wash for econ- ?????
H I ?my ,nd ^31
ant taste too.
2 fcc SO0 ?
M^X^XflL1 Six cakes c
~\soap in beaut
\XV| Reg- $1.00 Vi
BOX Of 6
?JONTEEL li "?
2"51. I B
/j^\ BANDAGE Candy am)
Mcrcurochromc Opeko Haiti
'Vryv ** p'**n- Sterile.
<*0^/2, 2Jc ?z? Sjnootf-.I,
\r Mm I ?i*?0??
TRACV NKWS [ FaV
The Sunday School s progressing hou
icely at Thomas Chapel. tim
iliss Vera Lee May, who is em- hon
[ovcd at Bristol, is at home visiting | ^
?r carer.ts during the Easter holi-! hS
ays. | the:
Air. and Airs. B. M. Thomas of1 Tra
rade were Sunday guests of his par-:
tits, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. '
Air. Asa Rccce and daughter. Miss
linnie. were dinner guests of Air.
:eeces' uncle, AIr. R. A. Thomas, and
Irs. Thomas, on Friday.
Mr. Johnnie Quails of Bristol and j 1
lias Vera Lee May attended Sunday!
iehool at Thomas Chapel Sunday, j
Miss Anna Wilson and Aliss Virgie j
ValJace were dinner guests of Robert |
*homas last Sunday and they ail at- j
ended church in the evening at Tho |
<T* U 1
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Garland of j
iYade were Easter dinner guests of (
drs. Garland's parents. Air. and Afrs. 3
Vill Wallace, also of Trade.
Mrs. Julia South Braswcll and lit-IB
le daughter, Cora, of South Carol inn,j g
ire visiting her mother, Airs. Brittair. j B
South, for a few weeks.
Mr. Thomas South of Klamath : ?
Saving Cream |?^ 1QomP*SV
ich soft lather gives !; Neutralir.es aciu thi
smooth shave. L fci-1 often causes decay.
50c size tube l""'| 25c size tube
2 for 5IC ^ 2 f 26c
: "Tc:"i aspirin tablet
A1 Quick safe rc
3r Give your akin * lief for ache
gL. real cleansing. ani1 Pain9!Sffl75c
size lb. con j | 25csize boxof
H 2 ?76c 2'?26c
Symbol Fountain! Permedg
Molded :n one piece.
tA _ ? _ Every bUde
reg $1.19 full 2 qls ^^dSy guaianteed.
2 for $1.20 pkg. of 5 23c 2 f?r 21
dZ.<X Adhe- 2 for j||| $1.30 Siaa Belmont Pen J'01)]
. ' . . 40c Sua Cascade Pound
JW?'BP, 2(o,J140 ^orE.- 2<*' 4
Deedoraat > tfir sp, 15c Sixa Graph, Blue or ? . e
ir tu. C. ,or 30C SjM BUck L 1
ir ulel 3 r*|al(r 39c tubo? of Kim* Dental W3RV
JOB. Ordinarily jroo pay $1.17. DmIbj (hit ??le V.yVj
v sparkling white teeth you're alwaya wanted J&VQfa
rcfvlar 39c tubes i A
dor""4 ' ifflnr-7~a \S
' &*kSa At A il
WTTtJTW Km rik I
? yw H IP
;hocolates |1,00 2<?tl.c
HJNC SlZC | 25c Pnrctest Mercuro- ^ ^
? ?io 50c Rezjiii Aa*lc*lic ?( E|
S tnd new fnvor- ZfocOI
' ites in deli- 25c Renll Corn Sol- Oi?^e
j cious chocolate. f?nt ? "
A A4 75c MU?o116 01 2"?7S
Z fo' U1C "* 2 <-41
' 50c Denture Adhesive *%. CI
I9i size 'E&tetecU Powder
ASPIRIN 50c Laxative Salt 2 foc 51
SI.00 Beef, Wina and 0if,rt1 (
TABLETS *- fi'
35? Elkay'e Fly Killer 2 for
A marvelous uv- __
in* in dependable 25c Ep?m Salt 16 or. 2 ,or 2l
aspirin. 3qc Sodium Perborate 2 ,or 4(
,f finest > : vir^U-T J
5- s,z* Ml 31 fffj 75<iinSxSi
antal Past* >-?iL MINERAL 0
Pure Food * #???* p?? W0T ??!d Lhc Cst Sili I
M,MD|6O*. 2'*S1.0I Moernl* Olire OU 2for!
n VaaSU 2 'w 36C Fenway Cherries 2 ,w
in Leasee 2 ^ 41C CsdtlWrippedCtnntU 2 ,or!
% n?. 2 ^ 20c Almond Bar V4 Ih. 21cg ',
)RUG CO. f
APRIL 25. 1935
Is, Oregon. who has been visiting
icfolks and relatives for some
e, has returned to his western
Ir. and Mrs. Monroe Eggers of
kory enjoyed Easter dinner with
ir daughter, Mrs. James Wilson, at
K. I. DACUS
U. S. Government Trained
Radio Engineer with
Fourteen Years of
Expert Radio Repairing
on All Makes
NEW RIVER LIGHT AND
Main Street I'hone 60
BOONE, N. C.
if T 25c size MEOFORD B
35c size HARMONY
S1 2? 36? 8
24 SOc size JONTEIL 9
J 1 CI.
j SOc liz* JONtEEL B
u FACE POWDER I
jc 2?51c 1
?" 10c ?rz- ThiKStBGT I
5' EPSOM SALT I
"? 2 11' I
> U M W I
rot nriM v
? 25c 1129 Du^SJSSf I
II CASTOR OIL
r r? r\<*?
c 5o< iii? Dut&fgisr
C Milk of Magnesia I
C MNT 2'or51?|
!C iOc si ZD
How often HI
you're edmirtd 4% r *r
this powd-rr. ? r |
WHILE THEY LAST
K 254 size KLENZO
t'L FACIAL 2 for
TISSUES 26? I
jjP 3St size STAG |
Latherless 2 for
51c SHAVING ejC
jgc CREAM QDC I
riday & Saturday