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By E. P. NEWSUM
Sine, Jan. 25.—Joe Fulk was
t Jtruck by a hit-and-run driver on
"Main Street Saturday night. H.
was knoj»itJ unconscious for a
while. Wiule bruised up consid
erably, ho is not seriously hurt. 1
Claud Kirby and Mrs. Kirbv
fcave returned to Little Creet. ■
Va.. where he is stationed in tht 1
navy, .liter a visit to relatives :i
WaJnut 1:'! s. r
Clarenet Lnwson has [ uiclns i
from T\lrs. S;'!ae Pavis. a dweUin.t
cud li>r on Fast M;i:n St. ;
Mrs. Caralea Tn:r rn. who u t
suffering from an ittack of pne
Rionia at her ho:- south of tow: .
» quite s: k.
Sgi. !' to Kir'y. stationed
Cheyenr.". Wyoming, is sp- n liiu
a furlough with relatives here.
Here's the stork's report •••
last wok: t> Mr. and Mrs. Ro'a
ert Lee All n. a daughter . to
Prof. and Mrs H. >5. Guthrie. i
daught-r md to Mr. and Mrs. !'
G. Outhrc md Mr. and Mrs. K
mit Wr.'l i 1 - u.*!:t r.
J. 1a» Tufie of the l\ S. X \
stationed at Bainbndae. M 1
sjvnt the week-end with his par
ents. Mr. an i Mrs. Walter Tattle.
Clarence Helsabeek of the An
tioch se-tion was anon; the busi
bcfs visitors h°re Saturday.
Pvt. Chales Dewey Hooker ■'
Camp Kla.. is spending '
n 20-day furlough with rs latives '
John Burwell, prominent plant- '
rr of the Vade Mecum Springs 1
section, was h- re Saturdry.
Hnm Kiger has returned to h'
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Let's Don't Waste
Anything thot costs SO little as Electricity is
easy to waste. But there's a war to win, and
now is no time tor waste.
There is still plenty of Electricity to serve
vour needs in home, office, store and industry
But in an effort to save fuel transportat.on,
and manpower the Government is asking vou
not to waste Electricity. Let's help the other
fellow who is also carrying c big war load.
Do away with purely decorative and orna
mental lighting end turn off lights and appli
ances when not in us^
Electricity is Vital In War— Don't IFors/f It.
DUKE POWER GO.
ROSS* STORE NEWS
«r ,i .
Ross' Store. Tom Stevens
home was destroyed by fire Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Cline Lewis of j
Winston-Salem spent Thursday (
with Mr. and Mrs Ollie White.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blum and
Xaney visited Mr. and Mrs. I. (5. ]
Ross Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lester Smith is spendin |
a week wilTi Iter mother, Mrs. i. !
Mr. and Mrs. Bas Cartniciv
and child, en visited ivion.ts her\ 1
over the wt •. k-. nd.
X. S. MullUan w.s a visit *
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Fow'.o
and Mrs. J. W. t >">\ler Wi re sn
Walnut Cove Monday night.
John rt tt ;s was giu st of Betty
Kiser Sun-lay tight.
Mrs. K. W. Slate. Mrs. Velna
Bishop ..nd Mrs Audny Sr.;;:. .
re visiting at High Point.
Mrs. Awry Slate md son. R
ny~\ifßtTi i:. Wa!:t .t Cove Friday
home at Bethania S.ation after
visit with t'lativts h- re.
Tiv re is ' > if * rovement
the condition if Mrs. Addiso.i ]
Hooker, wh. • has bet-n quite si.i
at her home west of town.
Lewis Beleht r has purehas o
from Wm. Fowler a house and
lot on East Main St.
Sherill Wiser, who is statione 1
at Jefft rson Barracks, Mo., Is
spending a furlough with his pat
ents. Mr and Mrs. Piereeson Wi
ser n Pan River Road.
no DANBHT BKPOBTKR, DAXEUBY. V. G JAM ARY 25, 1945
Along The Home
By Clara Ralston
Home Demonstration Agent
There will be a meeting of the
Home Demonstration Club County
Council on Saturday afternoon.
Jan. 27th, at 2:00 in my office.
All local club officers and countv
project chairmen are urged to at-
Utid as there will be several im
portant business matters brought
before the Council.
The schedule for the week en
ing Feb. 3rd. is as follows:
Jan. 30 Gornianton 4-H Clu
9:30; Meadows 4-H, 1 :()••;
Danbury 4-H. 2:!5.
J.in. 30 Lawsonville 4-H, 10:3')
Francisco 4-H, 1:45.
Jan. 31 Pressure cooker dim
in Home Agent's Office, Wins
Feb. 1 King HDC at 7:30 at
home of Mrs. C. S. Newome.
Feb. 2 Francisco HDC at 2.n '
at Mrs. W. W. Lawrence's.
F.b. 3 Office.
HOW TO (JET BETTER
WEAR FROM YOCR HDSE
Home Economists of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture advis •
that longer wear can be obtained
from hose and socks by rubbin:
'ho toes and heels with a piece of
cr.nd'.e wax or paraffin just a
fi'- 1 br'or-> each wearing.
Laboratory tests have shown that
th:s simple practice will mak--
your hose wear 4 times as long
before holes appear in the heeN
A budget of .55."00.n0n,-
0' 0. small* st ir. 3 years, was pro
! i*st i y President Roosevt It in \
speech ;• Congress. The figure
cur.:! ap 'i with a .5100.000.000.0C0
1 • d.'et in V.'-'i" and .SSKJ.tIOd.OOO,-
>•» in lis ?i.
l rld.iv and Saturday, Jan. 2(1 -27
"DKATH YAIXEI MAN HI NT"
Wild Hill Elliott
AIM»—"STARS ON PARADE"
I-irry l'arks Lynn Merrick
Sunday Only, January 28tli
"VOI CANT RATION IJOYK"
Betty Rhodes—Johnnie Johnston
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 29-3!!
Dorothy Laniour—Dleii Powell
Wed. and Tim., Jan. 31, Feb. I
'The 1101 li BEFORE the DWVN
Franelsot Ton • —Veronica l. iUe
ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS~
To increase flow of urine and
relieve irritation cf the bladder
from excess acidity in the urine
Are you suffering unnecessary di»trr%
backache, run-down ft-eling ind discom
fort from excess acidity in the uiine> Aro
ycu diturh d nights by a frequent desire
to pass water > Then you should know
about that famous doctor's discovery
I>R. KILMERS SWAMP ROOT that
thousands say give* blessed relief. Swamp
Hoot is n care fully blended combination of
16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr.
Kilmer's is not harsh or hahit-forming in
any way. Many people say its murvelouß
effect is truly amazing.
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY!
Like thousands of others you'll be glad
that you did. Send name and address to
Department D, Kilmer A Co., Inc., Box
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send
, At once. All druggists sell Swamp Root.
Francisco. Vestcr Rogers, a
fum.il r ibllCi&lO S.uuiUl u»u sv.-
of Ed Rogers, has been report
missing in action in France.
Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Johnson,
the new Presbyterian preache.
and wife, are now living in th>.
new manse at Francisco. We art.
glac! to welcome them to the com
Walter Forrest, who is in the
navy, is home on furlough. Katii
erir.e, his wiie, has been visa
ing him in New York.
We aiv glad t ■ see the sunshin-.
again. W'e had only 2 days t
school last v.vck due to bad road.'.
Francisco nr.d Wesific Il played
a doubL'-h aikr basketbi.il game
at Frar.wisvc T. csday. The scores
were: Fr.-.neisco 45; W'cstfield, 15:
Girl's game: Francisco, 21; West
Mrs. Brurio Shclton and child
ren are back at Francisco after
having been in Minesota with Mr.
Shelton wlio is still working there.
Junior Shelton's parents have
received his APO number. W'e
know what that means.
Dallas Martin, who was wound
ed in France and who has been in
an army hospital, is at his home
Among the most recent induc
tees from Francisco are Glenn
Bondurant, Jesse Inman.
Corp. Johnnie Timmons, hus
' band oi the former Miss Hut..
1 T»*rry nl King and son ot Mis. O.
H. Moscr and the late Mr. Tini
-1 mon.s. has notified his wife he i.-
now in New Guinea. He has been
in the army for six years.
Sgt. Fliiichuni C. Chatman, hus
band of the former Miss Sarah
Jane Tuttle of Walnut Cove, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Chatman of
W'alkertown has notified his wife
that he is now somewhere in
i Sgt. Tech. Ty Cobb Inman, hus
band of former Miss Mary Cooke
and son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan In
man of W'cstfield, is in Panama.
Joined army in Sept., 1943; train
ed at Fort Custer, Mich.
Loan Applications May
.. Be Made At Courthouse
A. P. Snow, secretary-treasure
of the Winstor.-Salem Production
Credit Association, announced
this week that he would be at the
courthouse here each Tuesday
from 10 to 4 o'elcok for the next
| three months for the purpose o'
- writing loan applications throng!
the Winston-Selem Association.
The Association makes loan--
for pure!i so of fertiliser, pe -l.«
livestock and farm machinery, Tn
tcrest of ! 1-2 |cr o nt. charge.'
for actual number of days i!w:vy
Mr. Snow ur.Tes farmers to buy
their fertilizer ear'y due to the
| alleged labor shortage in fertiliz
j or production, etc.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE j
As administrator of the estate
of Jane Kirby Grabs, deceased,
notice is hereby given to all per
sons holding claims against sa:
estate to present them to me, dul\
authenticated, for payment, on o,
before Dec. 21, 1945, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of re
covery. All persons owing said
estate will please make immediate
payment to me.
This Dec. 15, 1915.
C. ROSS XEWSI'M.
King, X. C.
Chas. R. Helsabeck, Atty.
\DMINISTIt VTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estnto of Lazarus Sho:v
. Grabs, deceased, late of Stoke.?
county. X. C.. this is to notify nil
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned on or be
. fore Dec. 21, 1945, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
coverv. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
This Dec. 15, 1945.
C. ROSS XEYVSUM,
King, X. C.
Chas. R. Helsabeck, Atty.
As Administrator of the esta c
of Z. O. Johnson, deceased, notice
is hereby given all persons hold
ing claims against said estate t'>
present them to me, duly authen
ticated. for payment, on or before
Jan. 11, 1946 or this notice wiil
be pleaded in bar of recovery. A!
persons owing said estate wil
please make immediate payment
This Jan. 11. 1945.
W. D. JOHXSOX, Admr.
Estate of Z. O. Johnson, dee'd.
| 101 \V. 2Sth St., \Vinston-Sale*n.
X. C. (pel/.
The undersigned having oufcli
fiod as Administrator of the es
tate of R. E. Joyce, deceased,
this is to notify all persons hold
ing claims against said estate t >
present them, duly verified to tin
undersigned or his Attorneys ox;
or before the 25th day of January.
1946, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of recovery. All per
sons owing said estate will pleas
make immediate settlement.
This the 25th day of Jan., 1945.
C. R. JOYCE, Admr. of
R. E. Joyce, dee'd.
ißadgett & Badgett,
. Attorneys for the Administrator.
\ Cold Preparations as directed
, I III'. DANBI'RY RWOKTLR,
•AM'I'RY, N. C.
Enclosed y;>u will find ... for which pU"A«e s'»>J t!ie
: REPORTER to th«> following fuldfss:
If renewing old subscription please clier| her*: ( ).
I Mere Cwnfart W«orin«
Harp h » plaaaant way to wmh#.
j——' »*»»■ ftmaiui >. rASTEm, m
»owdar, aprlakled on «MMf
Jf* lower platao boMa thorn InMtM
mmt tboy feel nor* comfortabla/ pa
'°o*r. ptatjr Uato or (SmUM, I
It a alkiltm (non-acid). Dom not ao#t.
2r C rl u ol °l (lS * ntur * braltfe),
" ,t 'AHMIH today at mt mimm,! A
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1 InS. I Mod»l A 2 A
1 J With Neutral Cilor
y/Earphone and Cord ,
oM AR W. SMITH
Pilot Mtn., N. C.
IN CURED MEAT
Aik Your DcaWf
N. J. BODDIE
BABY CHICKS $7.75 hundred up.
, COD. KINGSTON Hatcheries,
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT—One
six-room, one three-room with
electricity, 2 miles north of
Bethany. Good toh. allotment.
W. B. MOORK, Madison. N. C
Rt. 2. |HI.
SLATE'S TOBACCO SEED sold
3 exclusively ( in Wlnston-Salera
? j by COX'S SEED STORE. Tr«d»
at 6th Streets, Phone 7242.
. . Brokers in buying, selling, (•
nancmg, or refinancing FARM
PROPERTY. Drop me a card
or letter if I can be of service
to you.—DENNY REALTY CO.
Address: Room 425, Waehoyia (
Bank & Tr. Co. Bld'g., Winston-
Salem 3. N. C. Ujan4w
WANTED—Farmer for tobacco
. .allotment and Irctk garden.
ALLEN C. HARPER,
Clemmons, N. C., Rt. 1.
MlCA—Have you mka (isinglans)
on your lan:ls for development *
Write George M. Bowman, Co.
Superintendent Schools, Elk
P~rk. N. C.
\v«n* to irrt married.
' write Box 35ft. Juliaetta, Idaho.
- >eiul stamp. (adv>
As Administrator of the estate
of W. C. Moore, deceased, notice
is hereby given all persons hold
. ing claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned,
duly authenticated for payment,
on or before Jan. 24, 1946, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
. of recovery. All persons owing
I said estate will please make im
This Jan. 24th, 1945.
. I'd.) W. H. MOORE and
G. U. MOORE, Admrs.
of estate W. C. Moore, dee'd.