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Mra. W. Hkippud of (irMmbora
iWud her Mttr Mrs. Chariaa Juw
at Martin hoepttai laat Priday.
Mln Eliaabeth Grave* at Yaneay
Tille in vmtin* tha family at Solicitor
& P. Gravaa on Rockford street.
Mr. W. P. Schalfner at Winaton
lalam waa a business visitor In thla
Mr*. P. R. Nelson of Pilot Moun.
tain, ia Waiting har daughter Mra.
W. H. Marion on North Muin street.
Prof. R. A. Sullivan, of White
Plains, haa recently bought himaeif a
new Buick automobile.
Miss Virginia Bush of Marinnna.
Ark., student of Randolph-Macon
coll eye Darville, Va.. spent" Eaater
with Miaa Florence .Smith in thia city.
Mesnrs. Bruce Yolkay and Robert
Smith students at Chapel Ilill tiniver
aity visited relatives here tile first
of the week.
Mr. I. A. Pvka of Round Peak was
in the Marion Music House and
bouffht a piano this week.
Rev. Tom P. Jimison is in Charlotte
holding a revivr.! meeting for a period
of ten days, the meeting beginning
Mrs. M. A. Gardner, wife of Capt.
M. A. Gardner, U. S. Army, will he
at home ltili Pine street this city, for
«Bht or ten weeks.
Be sure to hear Dr. J; T. Henderson,
of ftnoxville, Tenn., at The First
Baptist Church next Friday night at
8:30, and Sunday at 11 and 7:30.
Mrs. Mat (lines of Route 5 and
iroesf. Mrs. Luther Martin of Trosper,
Kentucky are in this city today >hop
Miss Irene Thompson, who teaches
in North Wilke;:bori> spent the past
week end with her paentj Mr. cr.d
Mrs. J. D. Thompson in this city.
The Betterment ossoc ation nicet.:
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the
High School auditorium, all memliers
are urged to be present.
Mr.:. Robert Pel—, Misses Lottie
Hollingsworth, and Mary Fulton, and
Messrs. Tom McCargo and Billy
Simpson attended the Moravian Ea -
ter services in Winston-Sakm.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Miller end
daughter of Moort::ville spent Easter
with Mr. ar.d Mrs. B. E. Herman on
Miss Grace Foy who teaches in
Winston-Salem spent Easter with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Foy on
The children f >ur:h gra-!
have completed a knitted "Comfort"
Robe" and turned it over to the Red
Crocs society for use by the men at
the front, the Indies appreciate great
ly the work don'* by the children.^ i
Mr. W. H. Marion, the Music Man;
aI this city, wdl visit New York and j
Boston next week in the interest of |
his business and while away will at-1
tend a convention of Piano manu/ac-;
tarers in New York. He will be out
of the city several days.
Mrs. D. C. Abeher and children left
Wednesday for Charlotte to be with
Dr. Absher who has recently been
transferred to Camp (ireene. If suit
able quarters can be obtained Mrs.
Absher and children will make Char
lotto their home durwig Dr. Abator's
Among those of our citisens attend
ing the Moravian Easter services at
Winston-Salem were Mr. acd Mrs.
Cullen Merritt, Misses Bess Merritt,
Annie Carroll) Stone, and Watson,
nr. and Mrs. H. R Hege. Mrs. Ed.
■alliagsworth and Mia* June Jenkins.
Mrs. 0. R. Moor* aad daughter Miss
Virginia, Mrs. W. B. Ha/mots aad
4M«fctor Miss Late. Mrs. P. A. George
aad Mid Carina George.
By a. C. LwtlL
At tka np»> at tka MM* Faal
(MIm held ta (inmtiri, N. C.
mi alMtf April la*., far tha parpaaa
of diaruaaing tka fnal >«u*Um far
tka covins winter.
Mr. Hnaaul, a raiwiir at tka United
-State* Fuel Committee and Am aaaia
| taut at Dr. GwfWd «u tka apaakar
of tha occasion and hi* addraaa wma
vary intaraating to everyone who
< heard him and I wiak that avary man
woman and child in tka State had a
copy of ku addraaa for if tkay did, I
faal nura that tkey would make tha
effort that ia ancaaaary to lay in dur
ing I ha tumraar month! a sufficient
supply of fuel for their winter* re
quirement* and not nacaai itala divert
in* coal from Manufacturer* who are
mulling the much needed ujppliex for
' our Army und Navy and our Allia*,
a* wan don* laat winter.
The Fuel Administration urge*
that every conxumer place hi* order
at once with hi* local dealer for hi*
requirement* for the year endinjf
March, Slat, 1»1B and the following in*
an application blank which will have
to be tilled out by the consumer be
fore the local 'lealer will he allowed to
deliver coal to r.nyona and thi* appli
cation mu«t be kept on tile by th»
local dealer for the inapection of the
''haitnan of the local Fuel Commit
Application of (.'otiaumrr for Annual
In accordance with regulation* of
the United .State* Fuel Administrator,
purchasers are required to make true
declaration* in answer to the follow
Nome of dealer '
City date |
Quantity requiied fur i'ear ending
Man-h 11. 1919
Quantity desired for immediate de
Quantity consumed during year end
ing March .11, 1»1H j
Quantity now un hand .. j
Kind of building
Number of rmimt i
Kind of heating plant '
Have you any unfilled order* with
other dealer*? If so, amount and
I hereby rortify that the above
statement* are true to the beat of my
knowledge and belief.
Any parson who willfully makes a
false statement upon the forejfoing
application ia subie. t to prosecution
under the Lever Act, which imposes
a penalty of $5,000 ttne of two years'
imprisonment, or both.
The price at the Mines will be nam-,
ed by the President and these ^prices
are expected within the next few nays.
The dealers prices will .Uso bo fegu
latiil by the Fuel Administration and
tht e is nothing to gain by delaying
placing your order now even though
your local dealer may not be aide to,
tell rou ju:*t vhuL price iie will have
11 lia.ge yau for am?. 1 suggest
tha- in placing your order that you I
j-<- i|Jt the leant number of ten* i
... #.!1 :>c able to get through the>
•v r*or with and have your dealer de-'
!]■ r 'his to you in equal installments,
taring April, May. June. July and,
Vuirwt. As ^ar. example if you re
.: it ive tons have one ton per month j
daring the months mention
ed abota arid in this way you will
ha lly mi s the amount you are in
\t t.ng .i :d at the beginning of the
winter you will have your supply in
your bins and will not have to worry
about your coal as you did the winter
Unless we lay in our supply of coal
during summer months itiamyopinion
that it will be impossible to fret same
during the winter as the Fuel Admin
istration has given the local Chairman
to understand that they will not di
vert coal from plants manufacturing
supplies for Government use to con
sumers who by their negligence have
failed to provide for their fuel.
This ia a matter that should have
your immediate attention as it ia very
G. C. LOVILL,
Chn. Fuel Com. for Surry Co.
A post card to home folks brought
the news recently that Lieut. Jo*
AIIred of this section, has landed safe
ty in France. The card conveyed no
further information. Mr. Allred grad
uated last year from Chapel Hill and
enured the training camp where he
soon won his rommission along with
the first men to gat them. Sine* then
he has been on duty ia ramps and bow
is on duty wear tW*.
view potot «T thia Tkm
Grwita City OrdMtd Co. <4 thia city
Onm at OiarUtte t» W >lm<
umiI lUr fruit traaa two nulaa
north of this city. They have repair
ed and itiatributed amm rjr load and
have ttought Ave Mara.
Thay havo counted tha coot and And
that thia li tha rhaapaat way they
ran improve tho land about thoir
younf growing troao on an orrhard of
120 acroo. Thoy calculate that a two
horio load of man art put around tha
traoa coata them about MJH), and that
whan figure! on tha *ame haaia of
value thia ia worth when compare.!
with rommerrial fertili»en>. aho.it
'.wire thia valua. That ia thay figure
that a good load nf manure ia woith
aa murh aa Sfl.OO.
Tha u* car toada t hat thay have
Sought will make about 1W> large
wayron loads and come* from tha «tork
kept at Camp 'irrene.
Or. C. W. Banner Gone to
Dr. C. W. (tanner, of Green*bor»,
left Sunday night for New York fromi
which place he will take pannage for
France. Mr. Thou. Fawcett hi* father
in-law spent Sum lay in Greenslioro
with him. Dr. Banner joined the army
Mime months ago anil ha* been aui- •
ing in the organization of the forcee
at variou* point* where he wa* order
ed to *erv«. Recently he ha* been
selected a* an independent party of
specialist* to he uied in the ba^.e hos
pitals in France where they will
milliliter to t!ie need* of the soldier*.
Dr. Banner lieing a >p«« ialist m sup
posed to work along the line* of hio
speciality and will hardly lie requir
ed to do service near the front. Hi*
wife and child will continue to make
(Sreenxboro their home for the pres
Mis* Nellie Gate* Dead.
Mia* Nellie Clare Gates died of
diabetes in a hospital in BlueAeld W.,
Va.. Sunday morning March Slut, hav- j
ing been confined to her bed a very
short time, as (he taught her cla**ee
on Friday before her death.
Miss Gate* wa* a graduate of the
8. N. S. at Fcrmvill«„ Vn„ rnd taught
in the BlueAeld High school for the
past three years. Her remain* were
accompanied to the home of here pr.r
ents at Ararat. Va.. by k»r uncle Mr.
Luther Scott and Mia* Cosby, princi
pal of the BlueAeld High school. She
was a young woman of culture and re
finement, beloved by all who knew her
for her sweet .Imposition and charm-,
ing personality. Her funeral wa.<;
conducted by Rev. H. C. Sprinkle of;
Mount Airy and the remains laid to
rent in the 1'nmily burying ground, j
the mound was completely covered :
with the lovely floral offerings many1
of which were from the pupils and j
patrons of the BlueAeld school.
Her brother Arthur Gates, atudent
of a Richmond Medical College, her j
uncle Mr. Har- son Scott of Chris
tianburg \a., and Mr. Dobyns and
daughter of Floyd. Va., were among
those from a distance attending the
^ Store Robbed.
On Thursday night March 19 some
one broke into the store of Mr. R. T.
Edmund*, of Roekford, Route t, and
stole t- >.l>0 in money, two boxos of
tobaof-o and some other roods. Mr.
Edmonds will pay $60.00 reward for
information that will brine the guilty
parties to justice.
Want And Sale Column.
Nothing for sale this weev.
Want to buy second hand can.
Will have more Elgin Six* after J
first of the month.
"Everytime you lick a War
Savings Stamp you lick la
Men and Boys
We ran save you monev on your Clothing for Men anil Boys. We bought it
over a year ago, and we have got the gondii at price* that are right. Our goods
were bought before the heavy advance, and its still advancing but we are prepared
—just come in and see what we have to offer you.
We have over 500 suits of Boys Clothing and our Clothing ca*es are just as
full as they will stick with Men's Clothing, anil they are all of the finest quality, but
at good old time prices—not war prices.
The money you can save here on a suit is the very thing to put in Savings
Stamps, and a fine investment. Come and see our line of Clothing and Furnishing
Goods. Our store is chocked full of bargains.
Make our store your stopping place when you come to town. You will find
your neighbors at our store buying Clothing for men and boys, because we have
the goods and prices are lowest.
Lundy's Clothing Store
BUY LUNDY'S CLOTHES AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED IN FIT
QUALITY AND PRICE.
Average 25 Miles per Gallon Gasoline.
The Lowest Priced Electrically
Equipped Automobile in
Back of the elegant lines and all th»-simple Beauty of th*» Chevrolet, is
complete automobile equipment.
This car is made right. It* heavy, substantial fenders are firm and
solid—no tiny rattling there. Its linoleum-covered running board is strong
and sturdy. Open ite wide doors, and you "sense" roominess and comfort.
Settle down into its deep upholstery, and your sense of comfort is completely
satisfied.The steering wheel feels easy and steady in your hands and the
Power Plant is wonderful.
Put your toe on the Auto-Lite starting button, and the instant, hearty
response convinces you that the Chevrolet is exactly the car you want And it
is as econimical in operation as it is delightful.
T. J. SMITHWICK, Local Dealer
Universal Auto Co., Inc., Distributors,
Winston-Salaas, N. C.