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viaitor ta tha city thia wmk.
Miaa Maud* Monday laft Wednes
day to rtait relatives la K«|ataas, W.
A ilaufhtor waa barn laat Friday
to Mr. and Mra. T. J. Payna of Char
lotto formerly of thia rtty.
Mr. Oanrga D. Kawcett haa ratumad
from a business trip to Now York and
Mr. Gaorge O. Graves haa ratumad
from a business trip south and waat.
Mr. Karl Mines haa raturnad from
Camp Mea<la where ha haa haan work
in if for several month*.
Donald Rector spent Saturday in
Greensboro, whara ha attended tha
Virginia Carolina ifatnaa.
Mra. I.uther Brown haa raturnad to
Richmond, Va.. aftar spending a waak
with her husband in thia city.
Miaa Lillian Gordon of Rnuta fl ia
tha guest of har cousin, Miaa Mahal
Jarvia on Main street.
A aon waa horn to Mr. and Mra.
J. H. Carter laat Sunday at their
home on Rockford street.
Rev. R. M. Taylor of Concord ia a
visitor thia city.
(irnhum Marriaon haa accepted a
position in Penna Grove, N. J.
Rev. T. H. King left Tueailay to
ap<-nd a few day* at Wake Koreat
Granite Mercantile Company haa
rerently bought a naw Kord truck to
uaa in their delivery buainaaa. '
Mr. and Mra. Birdaall have rented
the Mehane residence on Pine atreet
racantly vacated by Mra. Allie Nutt
Mr. Muilin Smith haa returned to
hia home in Roanoke, Va., after visit
ing his aunt, Mra. Will Monday in
Jim Banner and sister Miaa Vir
ginia have returned from Greensboro
where they attended the Virginia
Carolina ball game and viaitod rela
Serjeant Roland Christian left Sun
day for Camp Sevier, after apending
a hort furlough with hia father Sher
iff Veetai Chiratian at Westfield.
Mr. Arthur Baldridge left thia
morr.ing for Burlington where he haa
accepted a position. Mrs. Baldridge
will remain here a short while.
Mr. Blair Hinea ia expected home in
a few days from the officers training
camp at Columbia S. C. for a two
01 r. nciii j (uivikuvu« vi /-»iuviuai i*
■pent the past week and with hi*
gluten Hexlimes R. H. Leonard and
Arthur Baldridge in thia city.
Mr. and Mr*. Rax Tilley and baby
left yesterday for We.tfield where
they wilt reaide in the future. Mr.
Tilley will engage in farming, j
Mr*. Oscar Monday haa returned
from Danville, Va., where she rp»rt
a week with her hiisbaril who is in
the W. S re\enu» service.
Mr. W. F. Carter and Rev. T. C.
Bale* are attending the Orange Pres
bytery at Piedmond church Burling
ton this week.
Rev. C. C. Haymore went down to
Germ'anton Tuesday to conduct the
funeral services over the remains of
Mr. E. J. Styers a prominent citizen
of Stokes county who died in the hos
pital at Winston-Salem Monday.
Messrs. John Marion and Jess Pra
ttler and Misses Marion Prather, Anna
Rector, Mary Thompson, Margaret
Sydnor, and Mary Hannah attended
the Virginia Carolina game in Greens
boro Saturday. ^
Sergeant Robert H. Newton of the
Field artillery service Camp Jackson,
S. C., Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fakins of
Wilmington and Mrs. Dr. J. F. Belton
of Winaton-Salem, N. C., visited at
R. II. Newton'* this week. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Chris McGee of Mi!e<
City Montana, Mrs. Sallie McGee, and
Mr. and Mr*. George McGee of SeattU
Washington, are visiting relatives in
and noar thia city, called here by th<
eerious illness of Mr*. Edd Smith o<
Mount Airy R. F. D. who la a daugh
ter of Mrs. Sallie McGee. I j
• leather -onliticns being fawnbli
Mr. and Mrs. t'rcit Bui *er expect t«
leave <atorr'a/ ti Mak* their futur<
hi>ir.« r> Idaho ihrj tvi l make the trij
In •.;« ir car vi«. , <> iranv joints of in
ter<*«* <irwrtc »•.« tup will probaM)
ton a diatar tf threa tb usam
ji'»«. They wi! Ix» ■ :> . inpi.nied a'
l»r .t« Johnson Clt», Tent. Sy Mi. an<
Hi*. Tab* Ta* - who will viait thei
■on and wife Mr. and Mrs Bob Tayloi
of that place.
*mm wMk. age The H«m carried
A* Mr/ W haw a Bin new aprlag
IM <UM»nn< out of a ateee la thia
eKy —Irtt Ik* MRkul aad to the
tun# of >bMt (TOO. The hat ahowed
ay oa the Mr—U ot thia eH? wt day
thia weak aad waa ta« tho heed of a
yam girl who thought aa llttla of it
that aha waa wearing it in the rain,
■ vuionUx nut knowing that aha waa
(parting gooda that would maka tha
proudeat a4 than glad. Aa had luck
would hava It a milllnar la tho atera
whara tha hat waa aiada cama along
and recognised har hand work aad get
In tare* tad. Mm roportad tha And
liack ta tha etore and othar latllinara
want to Ma, and thajr too recegniaad
tha hat. Than tha proprietor inter
viewed the girl and aha put up iraaie
kind of a rtimay tale about hew her
■later had taken the hat fraai tha
■tore in plare of her old one. The
foncluaion of tha whole matter ia that
the girl'i father cam* and paid tha
marrhant for hia goudi and, no doubt
waa glad to get off in thia way.
It may lie intere»ting in thla con
nection to note that a four dollar pair
of ladiea slipper* were atolen from a
merchant liere yeaterday afternoon.
Here'a hoping the merchant will be
able to trail the trief and bring him
to juxtice apeedily, thia thief left a
hot trail. " ,
Parsonage Baing Improved
Extenaive improvement* are lieing
made on the Mount Airy circuit par
nonage on North Main atrret. It haa
recently been paintod and tha interior
decorated. A granite wall i* being
put in front now, and the yard will be
irraded at once and aodded. The Rev.
Tom P. Jimiaon and hia people have
fallen upon a novel plan to built a
irnragr. Invitationa have been aent
out to aeveral men who are member*
of the circuit to aaaemble at tha par
aonage Saturday with their carpenter
tool* for a working. The old shed on
the paraonage lot will be torn down by
them and a garage erected back of
the houae. Dinner will be nerved by
Mr*. Jimiaon and *ome of the ladie*.
f I Republican Convention.
The Republican* of thia diatrict
held a convention in Greenaboro thia
week and nominated John W. Ker
fe«-s, of Germunton, for Congreaa.
The vote of Surry waa divided und 13
out of the 30 vote* were caat for Mr.
S. E. Marahall. Thoae who attended
the convention from thia county were
J. B. Sparger, Henry Wolfe, Chaa.
Hutchena, Claude Bernard. T. W.
Pari*, 8. E. Marshall, E. M. Linvllle
and Arthur Ashbura. , t
Mr*. George Harris Dead.
Mrs. George Harris died at her
home on Taylor street Sunday after
noon April 7th, at 2:30 o'clock having
been in poor health for more than a
year. Mrs. Harris who wan a Mm*
Leftwich of Virginia before her mar
riage is survived by her hunband and
two sons. Mr. Harris is mail carrier
on Route 3. The funeral was conduct
ed at the home on Monday afternoon
by Rev. G. D. Herman and the re
mains laid to rest in Salem cemetery.
Mount Airy Boys Going Over.
From time to time we hvur of dif
ferent boy4 from here having and
being in France. Just this week Mr.
C. H. Ilaynes had three letters, all at
once, from his son Vance who is in
the Aviation service In Frnncc. He
had not heard from him in many
Friends here in M<unt Airy this
we'-k got notice that many of the boys
are leaving ramp, and that means that
they are on the way to some port to
take transportation to Europe. Tho.se
who left camp Sevier Tuesday . of
this week are Wm. Ashby, Jim Hale,
Bob Jones, Frank Warren, Rr>!and
Christian, at:d Wade L. Hiteher.
These younp men all lielong to the 105
Supply train Co. E. They have been
in training for several months and
will gi\e a good account of themselves
| when they have the chance. /
New Officer* for Knitting Mill.
At a recent meeting of the board of
directors of the knitting mill in this
city Mr. F. J. Lacy, of Ashboro, wa*
elected Superintendent and Mr. T.
C. Barber, of Kaleigh, secretary.
They will both be here in a few dayi
and ent«r on the discharge of their
duties. Both are young men of ex
perience in the mill business over a
number years. Mr. Barber I* a bro
ther of Mr. 1. W. Barber of this city,
and is a graduate of the College of
Agriculture and Engineering and
made a specialty of the cotton mill
business while n student./ .
I will sell for cash tf> the highes!
bidder in front of tThe Motor Ob., or
Saturday, the 27th Way ,'of April 1918
*t 2 P. M. the follo^inf personal pro
perty to-wit: One Atiomoble True I
belonging to 1. H. f9Mt. Sale mad<
to satisfy debt of $88.TO and coat to b<
This April It, 1918.
Harrison Motor Co.,
By J. L. Harrison
FOR RKNT. A raw ciMMtMt sir
nm tout on Gr*«Ho strati Call
at 1M Rock ford atrMt (or
MINT FORGET we,ar. Wd<|U*rl«r*
for ail kind* ladJaw read)i-u-nir
garments. J. L. Hmmmm.
Mrl.ALLAN'S U h 10 c«M Store now|
under new man^feivant la oTartn
yon untold nluw. fSir itoora ara
open tram T V) a. |t. until *:M p. m.
wo ara Kara to aarvo you.
WK WISH to rloaa out our entire I
stork of Mrn> and Boys'^Pprmsh
inr* and khoae. You'll xava r*fney by
saeing what wr have to offeM before
buying your xumirer outfit. \Hurke. j
HATCHING EGGS at reduced price.)
Balance of saaton you ran buy lf>
pura bred hatching egg* for f. o.|
b. Mount Airy. White W > muiot t«,
'luff Rock, Whitet 1 yfrhorn. I keep
only (he l»*t pmcynood stock. Good
layers, go<«l payer*. E. J. Mathews,
.'I in 1 1'oultry Yard*.
BARGAIN PRICES en all f^en's fur
niahings and shoes at
MEN WANTED—12.50 per .lay.|
About twenty good men brt< now
niteiled at our initios near RouWl Peak
postotllre in the northwestern burl of
I he crunty. Apply at i^jne ntf Ht
office in First National Bar^l l^uildinic.
Mount Airy. Tar Heel NMnitanex*.
FO$~ RENT—Eight room house on |
Franklin straet with all modern con
vaniecoa. H. Scha far.
CALL \T Mcunt Airy I ced Store for|
CLOSING OUT sale—Our /entiraj
stock of Men'a shirts, funishings
and "hoes at old price*. Hprke.
BIG REDUCTION in all ladies auita
anil coats at J. L. ^hrrivon's
FOR RENT —nice Ave room cottage'
on Wilson s^-eet with all modern
conveniences. Also.^ Ave room cot
tage on Taylc^street, near South
street, nearly new, water and light*.
E. C. Foy. tf. |
WE ONLY hove A
suits and coat*
left out of our i^^ense spring line,
what we have on paml are nice up-to- j
date suits and coifta and arc he clored
out at a big bargain. J. L. Harrison.
CONTRACTOR WANTED- Immedi
ately, to erect ^ modern school
building at Dobson^ N. C. Apply to
the Board of Trustees, Dob son, N. C.
FOR ALL kind* of dress goods go to
J. L. Harrismi's.
A LAKUfc. supply of seed corn at
Mount Airy Fejfl Store.
NEW LINE of ladiM hr.U just re
ceived at J. L. Harrison's
Miss Agnes Gilbert became the
! bride of Mr. Willett at 9 o'clock Sat
urday evening, the ceremony being
! !«rformed at the home of her parents
on Bines avenue, Rev. T. 11. King offi
ciating. The young man who is from
High Point is in the government ser
vice and returned to ('amp Sevier
Tuesday afternoon leaving his bride
in this city. .
I , 0
J// Won $75.00 Prize.
The friends of Prof. J. P W> nn who
tnught in the schools of this city la-t
I year will' be pleased to know thnt he
has recently been awa-ded the (75.09
t prize offered for the best essay on,
"Why we nre at War," the prize being
given by the National Board of Hist
torical Research. y
Want And Sale Column.
One 1916 Ford touring car
in good shape, with new radia
tor. price right
One neraly new 1917 Ford
touring car—price out night.
Two or three other kinds, all
have starters and light* and
brand new batteries.
Just a few more days and 1
will have more Elgin Sixes.
Mr. Louis Patterson looks af
ter all cars that leave thir
garage and sees that every
thing is in good shape.
Mount |Airy't Leading
Offers Values in
Suits at $20
Thar* are inwrt, double braul
ed effects for young men at $20, Mid
alio wonderful raluu in a»nnrr>
tively tailored clothes at $20, $22.50
Suits for Young Men
at $27.50, $35 and
Up to $40.
Fabric* that represent tha bast wool
qualities and tailoring tbat is unim
peachable. . . The dt»shing -slashed
pocLcl kffecu are conspiciously for
young men but there are models for
more mature men which convey
youthfulness, good style and good
| Lundy's Clothing Store §
§j BUY LUNDY'S CLOTHES AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED IN FIT M
QUALITY AND PRICE.
(New Spring Clothes
| In Stylish Fabrics
IFor Men And Boys
These goods are priced so
as to help you keep down the
increased cost of living and still
have the quality.
$ 12.50 to $30
$4.50 to $12.50
New Hats $2 to 4.50
Shirts, Ties, Hosiery
J. D. Smith Clothing Uo
"Clothes that Satisfy"