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THE JOURNAL-PATRIOT. NORtH WILKISI
MORE BEWITCHING THAN EVER IN
/ “CHAINED,” COMING SOON^T^0M»TY
IN THE APPLE BARREL
>JDlie teland, wild, lush and
kutltul with Its twt) peaks
latlQK up into the cloud
I, loomed up dimly ahead of
sm. It became clearer and
sr to the eye aa the Hlapan-
sailed closer. The ship was
'finally brought to anchor in a
imatl eoTe protected from the
ftlde and any squall that* might
.spring up. Long John Silver and
pjim Hawkins leaned over the
she’s a mighty pretty Is-
matey,” said Silver,
are's wild goat up in those
Ills!” exclaimed Jim, excitedly.
“Maybe you and I’ll hunt for
goats. Long John.”
seemed pustled for e moment,
then recollected and coughed
slightly. “Oh, yes, matey, much
“I ... I was Just wondering if
maybe you’d care to come and
live with me.’’
“With you, matey?” I^ong
John was quite evidently much
“You see,” blurted Jim, chok-1
ily, “I jnay have more money aft- I
er—I mean, there’s only mother
and me—and we couldn’t very
well fix up the inn alone and—
what I mean. Long John, I never
had any real friend of my own
before like you . . Will you
come live with us?”
The gruftness in Long John’s
i voice betrayed that the boy’s in
^‘®!vitatlon had touched him. “Well,
maybe you and me can get to
gether at that, some way.''
Jim shook Silver’s hand excit
edly. “We’ll always be mates,
Long John laughed. “Mates
forever. Jim!” He turned sud
denly, hearing Captain Smollett
OB islands like that that pirates
bury their treasure, beaching the
great chests lull of gold, luggin’
’em through the jungle, sweatin’
and cursin’ vile—”
"Have you ever found any
treasure?” asked Jim.,
"Not that fortunate, matey.”
scribed it as though | roaring at George Merry, Snoode j
■■Ily seen it.” | ^nd Dandy Dawson who ——'
Sir^r smiled to himself. Just | amidships talking among them-1
imagination, Jim. Should | selves: "Belay that guff and I
ve been,a literary man.’’ make those lines! You, George |
"My father used to tell me | Merry, do you hear?” I
things, but his stories weren’t as -li could be said sweeter. Cap-j
Labor Head li FirMi.Chi
By Hidenn Markgnuui' ^
Charlotte, Sept. SL-r-Shota
Noted Pboaognph And Radio either from ambneh or frqm a
Artist To Give Prognup On
Interssting as yours.”
"How’d your father die. mat-
Rouble with his lungs—li
aT-e . . . -\re your lungs bet
i successfully in “D.ancing Lady,” Joan Crawford make.s her latest
your lungs better
now. Long Jonh?” Impulsively,
Jim seized the man’s hand.
"Longs? My lungs?’’ Silver
■Make thaJ screen appearance as the bewitching heroine of ^Chain’d,’^ a^storyjjy
tain.” said .Merry, a gleam in j Paired once again with Clark Gable, with whom she scored so
Smollett walked up to
h.^s^ fist doubled up. "Mak. sVhvyn, directed by the noted Clarence Brown, which comes
John Silver nodded, scowling, j very soon to th-* Liberty Theatre. It’s another hit of the greater
h.7> George Merry’s eyes met his. I movie season.
.and the three men went to obey | : ; —
! their commander’s order. ! men don’t bite n«r tell tales, he
i “Cap’n, sir. might I ask when j says.’’
we’ll be allowed ashore?’’ '
■Well, I’m with you
North Carolina, Wilkes Coun-' “'Sot before tomorrow morn- Dick.
|«--^In the Superior Court, 1 tahi
Silver.” growled the Cap-
Dr. Livesey, the Squire, Smol-
"How about the others?”
‘Gray and Alien and—”
■We’ll talk to ’em,” said Sil-
‘Look ’ee, John,” came the
J. F. Shumate. J. I. Blalcc’.t., , . j ■ • -rcr
and wife. Mrs. J. I. Blalock. L. , 1®“ "’®'‘e studying the ■ ver
H Qhiirrnfp M \ ! map of the island that evening , .
T.* r>ora Kvle and Mrs. i in the after cabin when Dr. Live- voice of Israel Han s. now
o' M V’aik'”-; widow, vs J. E. i sey .■'pat out a bite he had taken | we’re here how long are we go-
; f” ' - ife, Mr=. M. C an apple in his hand. I'"S ‘
! !a!c:':. V.. F. Shumate arc! j “rgh!” he exclaimed. “Rotten i i”Jsh ’em? I want their rum and
' U'e, fbumate. Stella Or> j core! Jim, run to the ap-j—”
ty. ?.r.: li.sbanJ. Mark Oxley. I|g barrel and fetch me some “Rum over bilsiness, Israel?”
Lillie Ch»ek and husband. R®-1 goo(j ones will you?” j sneered Long John.
bert Cheek ;,nd Max Shumate , standing i "Well, when do we strike?”
The defendants. J. E. Bla-; ..-ri^e ,ast minute I can man-
\Zl V. ?. Shu!nVand' wife: j waist of the ship, lighted only by | age-that’s when! We cancer
Mae Shumate, Stella Oxley an:’ i a riding light,
husband, Mark Oxley. Lillie j over the edge of the barrel but
Cheek and husband, Hoberi j the supply of apples was so near-
Cheek and Max Shumate wil jy depleted that he could not
take notice that an action ei. reach them so he climbed bodily
titled as albove has been cor.; | (f,g great barrel. As he was
rising with his hands full of ap
ples he heard Long John Silver,
saying in a tense voice: j Ute point they takes their map.
You’re smart as paint to jine ] finds the treasure and puts
aboard. And Captain
Jim leaned far'a course back home, but who of
us can set one? Here’s a first
rate navigator. Captain Smollett,
■Talk to the point, John,” said
■‘There’s ben too ranch loose-
■ lip a’ready—lay to that! Here’s
menced in the Superior Convi i
Wilkes county. North Caroihia '
the lands of L. W. S:iu
i mi deceased, between th,
plaintiffs and the defendants i:
this cause who are heirs at : up, Dick. ’
and next of kin of h. W. SIui-1 “Aye,” said Israel Hands,
mate, deceased, and the said de-1 “Dick listentd the minute he
fendants will further ta'te nu , iieard trea.sure.” ,
tice that they are required to ; jjm ducked quickly down in side—the result of a very heavy
pear at the office of the Clerk of barrel, his heart pounding.: sea.”
the Superior Court of M’ilkes John and Hand.si “Like Flint ye be, John!”
county, at the Courthouse f*”’ iea,-ned about the pirates’ hid-! fhuckled Hands. “And the flow-
treasure was once aboard.
In the silence that followed
his story. Squire Trelawney ex-
claimed solemnly: "Captain
Smollett, I own myself an utter
ass! I await your orders.”
Smollett paced the cabin, grim
ly. “It’s the crew that beats me.
They’ve been held in check re
"Thajt’s Silver’s work,” said
Dr. Livesey, dryly. “He’s a very
"He’d look remarkably well
from a yard-arm, sir!” cried
Smollett, whereat Jim buried his
face in his hands.
"Easy, Jim,” .said the Doctor.
"You may have been the means
of saving all of us. Don’t foun
Smollett stopped his pacing
and faced the Squire and Live
sey. “We make seven, counting
Jim. It would be suicide to up
anchor now without landing—
our throats would be cut before
it was up a fathom. We’ve our
it I time till the treasure is found.
Smollett I Our first move is to put the situ-
sails us back into the trade . ation in the hand of Silver-
winds, at least . . . And then one j one man we can rely on. He’s
day, they ail disappears over-
„To'.vn of M’ilkesboro. North Car-
: den treasure?
olina on the 30 day of Oct.. 193L ^
complaint of the plaintiffs in | ^Pot where it’s buried?” asked i asked Dick,
this action, or the said plaintiffs | tlie J-om® of
.•will apply to the Court for the
er of the flock was Flint.”
“You means we gets ’em all?’’
and answer or demur
iw. : SI301 w nert? ii-s uuiitru: «©a,cu (
“Every last one of ’em. Like
Flint saw to that,” replied i lambs to the slaughter. Reach
relief demanded in the said com-1 Silver, “ftc leaves the ship 1 down in the barrel, like a good
Diaint ! where we re anchored now and | lad, Dick, and get me an apple.” , » j .
^ This 28 day of Aug., 1931. ' take the treasure ashore with! Jim Hawkins covered, shud-; blow the ship up. That dastardly
IV. A. STROUD, j sij. brave lads. And when he dering and aghast, down in the ®Bver. Jim could not restrain
anxiou.s to smother things up and
hold off. I propose to give him
the chance We’ll let the men go
ashore alone tomorrow. If Silver
takes ’em ail, we’ll fight the
ship. If none go, we’ll hold the
cabin and God defend the right!
If some go, mark my words.
Silver’ll bring ’em back again
mild as lambs.”
"And they’re ail Englishman!”
cried the Squire. “T^ould I could
Clerk of Superior Court, Wilkes I back he comes alone. Dead
The Biggest Event of the
Oct. 2,3,4,5 and 6,1934
Horse Racings Fine
fireworks (Every Night)
si-,- ■ • .
barrel and was saved from dis
covery only by the hurried en
trance of Morgan crying tensely:
“John! George .Merry and the
others are breakin’ out the arms
from the molasses barrels and
the boxes of sugar! I told ’em
you wouldn’t like it, but they—’’
"The fools!” cried Long. John ■ Hve ^Rb me!” He was . . . I nev-
leaping up. "They’ll give every
a stifled sob. and Dr. Livesey put
a hand on his shoulder.
“Come, Jim, you can still spy
out a lot for us. They trust you.
You and Silver have been good
"I know . . . Why, we were
mates—and' I even asked Him to
er knew anyone like him before.
thing away just when it’s falling
into our hands like an overripe
apple! Come on, we’ll soon put a
stop to that!”
As soon as the way was clear,
Henry Whltter, notatf^? radio
and pho^og*^b artist, Will ren
der a program of popdlar music
at Traphill high , school on Sat
urday night, hegiunlng at 7:30.
He will play on bis guitar and;
harmonica" a number • of his
greatest hits. A stall erenlng of
good entertainment is assured
all who will attend.
1 ear trailing him were fired at R.'
R. Lawrence, president of" the
State Federation of Labor, to-
|ulgbt,:jia8 be was returning here
from ^'Qastonis. «
The firing occurred about ten
miles east of Charlotte, on, the
Lawrence, riding with tfl M.
Cox, chairman of the state strike
committee, was returning from a
mission to determine how jnnion
forces will figure in the reopen
ing of textile plants at’Belmont
benefit of :the school..
Business Men’a-Group ■ ^
Of Present NRA S^up
Washington, Sept". 22.—Aboli
tion of the present NRA was
urged today by a special commit
tee of the Chamber of Commerce
of the United States.
In flat opposition to the ma
jority repreuentation rule estab
lished by the national labor re
lations board, the committee said
minority groups should have a
voice in employer-labor collec
tive bargaining. It asks early
amendment of the law.
The committee reported to the
chamber that its final reCom-
mcndatio.iis on NRA would be
made in October. It did not dis
cuss the more intimate reorgani
zation plans under consideration
by President Roosevelt nor de
tail what agency it ■would have
take NRA’s place.
Fall Frran Trade la
Fatal To Ashe YottOi
^ Worth Mfller. i 8-year-old aoa’*
of Jesse Miller, o“ Jefferson, died
In tb# Wilkes Hospital, Tuesdajr
morning after living two data'
with a severely fractured sknL.
The boy’s bead was cmsb'id
when he fell from a fast-moving
truck on to the hard-enrfacM
road in the Phoenix Creek see-
tlbn, SnndaT afternoon.
Profits from tpe Id and 20
cents admission-win go for
FARLEY SAYS VOTERS
TO ANSWER CRITICS
Chicago, Sept. 24.—Postmas
ter General James A. Farley pre
dicted today that critics of the
new deal would be answered by
the voters in November, largely
because business indices of the
last ten days "indicate an up
Fourteenth annual reunion of
the Bumgarner family will be
held at the old home place near
Sylvia Sunday, according to an
announcement received by mem
bers of this well known tamily
ing to La'wreace, came from a
distance of 30 to '40 yards, and
could have been from a car be
hind them, or from the roadside.
He esraped the fusillade by
speeding up bis machine.
_ The warnings came In the
form of messages telling friends
of the labor bead not to ride in
the car with him, as it was ru
mored, throughout Belmont and
Gastonia that Lawrence would ,be
fired, upon, possibly by machine
Au.horities could offer no ex
plane tlon of the threats except
that they m'ust have emanated
from persons who became inimi
cal toward Lawrence during re
cent strike controversies.
CAN WIN MEN
The Favor o( Other Men
XTnttM two pinti of bU« joIc« flow 4
or llv«r lato yoor bowoU, j
la your boweli, ThI
yoor whole body. Hoyemente get
matiMted: You get yellow i
iw 8kin« pimplea, dtili eyea, pad onj
tute, 8»a. diaaloesa, headeefa^
I MMO^ u ugly-lookl^. iQul-i
to run from you.
an ugly-looklnff. f ouIm
Jiltiag peraon. You hav
our peraonal cBarm. i*verybody
But doa't take aalta. mlaeral
o!la. laxative pille, laxative candies
* and expect them to get 4
' your perr "
levring gama and expect then
thU pmaoB that deatroye 70
arm. They can’t ^ It for .. .
^ve out the tall end of your bowd_ _
that doesn’t take away enough of the t
cayed poison. Coametiea won t help at 1
It takes 35 painters three
monthSr and 43,000 pounds of
paint to cover the Capitol dome
Carter’ju Only fl^.^i^Ud
extracts. If you wo^
perso^ ehann to win men. start
Carter's Little Llve^ Pills according
directions today. 26# at drug vtores.
Refuse '^something iuat aa good**, far R
may gripe, loosen teeth or scald Ircctem.
Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by n$am
and get what you ask for. OI9S8, C.lCCb.
MA CHINS MABB
JENKINS HARDWARE COMPANY
“Northwest North Carolina’s Largest Hardware Store”
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C.
NOTICE OP .SAI,E OP BOND.S
Town Of North Wilkcsboro,
Watorwork.s Improvement Bomls
Sealed bids will be received
until 10 o’clock a. m., October
2, 1934, by the Local Govern
ment Commission of North Car
olina, at its office in the City of
Raleigh, N. C., for the following
bonds of the Town of North Wil-
kesboio, N. C.: $.54,000.00 Wat
erworks Improvement Bonds,
dated May 1, 1934, maturing an-
nuallv. May 1st., .$1,000.00 1935
to 1939 and $2,000.00 1940 to
1963 and $1,000.00 1964, all in
clusive. Denomination, $1,000;
principal and interest (M & N 1),
payable in N“^w York City, in
lawful '-irncy '■! the United
States ()i :i:erv.c; ''eneral obll-
gation.s; ur.iimite.I :rx; coupon
bonds registcralle as to both
principal and intrr->st; no option
of p.!"hient maturity.
Ther-: ■.’■;n b-c no aicion. Inter-
es: 4 ;;tr cent per ei :': im. The
bo'n.'ls will be a;vaid- i at the
highest price offer-'d. not less
than par and accr.’e:! interest.
Bidder? must present with their
bids a certified check upon an
incorporated bank or trust com
pany, payable unconditionally to
the order of the Treasurer of the
State of North CErcU;;” for Sl,-
080. Tbe right to rej'jct all bids
Bv: W. E. Easterling, Secretary.
Moke Your Dollars Bi|^er
W E carry Carey Roofings and Shingles In
styles and ■varieties suitable for every build
ing, from the fine residence to the small poultry
house. These roofs, made by a manufacturer with
over 60 years of successful experience, cost no
more than ordinary roofings.
That’s why your dollar grows when you buy roof
ing from us — our prices and quality will prove itf
Wflkesboro Mfg. Co.
y-i ■ ■' ,
He ... he gave me . . .” Jim
brushed his eyes, his lips closing,
firmly. “But I know him now.'
I’ll show him!’’
When Captain Smollett offer
Jim. his heart beating so fast he i ®*i *-**® ^rew shore leave, he was
was hardly able to draw his *”®^ with cheers, but he knew
breath, his hands and legs trem- ] from Silver s sudden darting
bling, climbed out of the apple j look that Long John was "on ’ to
barrel and hurried to the after | Ii*® reason, but he interposed no
cabin where he blurted out in i objection. He did leave on board,
breathless and garbled fashion i however, some of his band of
an account of the treachery of buccaneers
Silver and his friends and their | *^1™ watched the men get-
proposal to make away with Xir.
Livesey, the Squire, the Captain,
himself and those of the crew
who remained loyal, after the
North Carolina, Wilkes Coun
ting into the boats alongside
ship, he felt the pistol under his
coat, and quickly decided upon a
plan of his own. He would go
ashore with the crew! He-slipped
into a boat and was unobserved
until the men were landing.
When Silver saw him wading
ashore, he was angry.
"Who told you to come?” he
In the Superior Court.
Grace Harris vs Joseph Harris. i , , ,
The defendant, -Joseph'Harris. ®ternly. ,
will take notice that-an, action!, “Why . . ., why nobody .
entitled as above has been com- I Just thought ...”
menced in the Supefior Court of, “Come here!” Frightened
Wilkes -County, North Carolina.
by the plaintiff, Grace Harris;
asking tor an absolute divorce
and tbe said defendant will fur-
her take notice that he is re-
luired to appear at the office of
he clerk of the superior court of
.said county in the court house
in Wllketrboro, N, C., within the
time preserfbed by law, and an
swer or demur to the complaint
in said action, or the plaintiff
will apply to the court for thf
relief demanded , in said com-
ilalnt. ' '
Wm. A. STROUD,
21erk of the Superior Court o!
.Vllkea County, North Carolina
This 2Sth day of Aaguat, 1934.
his tone, Jim took to his heels
and fled up the short towards
the densely wooded island. Silv
er hobbled after him, crying:
"Jim, matey, wait! “Then he
roared: “Jim. Come back here,
you!’’ ’ ^ '
But Jim- plunged in among tbe
underbrush, bis heart beating
(Continued next Thursday) *
•If perfectly proportioned,^' *
man should weight 28 pbandil
for every foot of heigbL ,st M.
^ It took 78 years to build the
Great Pyramid of BKTPt.^
X-* ItOOFINGS t SHINGLES
STANDARD FORpVCR 60 YDARS
SEE THE WORLD’S FAIR
3-DAY.ECONOMY TOUR “A” JTg 1(1
(Transportation to and from Chicago Included)*F •
This tour rate if $28.10 is for one person, and includes
all features listed below. It provides a most inexpen-1
sive and enjoyable visit to the World’s Fair, and^is es
pecially suited to the tourist whose time is limited: „
1. 3 days’ and 2 nights’ hotel accommodation.
2. Transportation from terminal to hotel..
3. 2 General admissions to the Exposition grounds. :
4. Admission to one of the following: Fort Dearborn, |
Lama Temple, Colonial Village.
5. Sightseeing bus tour of the fair grounds.
6. CJhoice of one of the following sightseeing trips: (a)^r
Chicago Northside tour by Gray Line (b) Ghicago|,
Southside by Gray Line, (c) Chicago Stockyards
Tour by Gray Line, (d) Moonlight cruise on Lake
Michigan, or any of the other sightsseing cruises
operated by the Steamer Roosevelt.
6-DAY ECONOMY TOUR “B” JTC CA
(Transportation to and from CJhicago Included)**'^*'^
This tour, rate of $35.60 is for one person, and includes
all features listed below: - ‘
1. 6 days’ and nights’ hotel accommodation, u
2. TYaiu^rtation from terminal hofeL
iL LTans^iraiion irom lenmnai noteL v; - ■
3. admission tickets to ^e’sxpositkm gnMinds^
4. Admission to (me of the foillowing: Fort Dearbon^
Lama ,Temple, C€lIonial Village.
5. Sightseeing bus tour of Hie fair, grounds.
6. Bicludes same as listed in paragraph six above.
For Further infonnatioa consult Local Agent
ATLANTIC OREYHOUND LINES^
Be^ Kellar, Agent _ North Wilkegboro, N. C.