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FOR RENT—My atara hou«pr betweei
t. M. Poor* it mi W. Vj Callows]
Co. Alao Paul Allrad Mr***. Dm
yoar with privilege of wn.
Utpd i. V. A I.I.RED.
I WOULD ha (lad to talk iyovar witl
you about that coumaf In Mteiio
graphy you hava b—rJ thinking ul
taking. (iat my >porta cut-rata am
anrolt during Juno. Mr a. Compton.
TWO milk row* for aale./Ana of ihow
freah juat n w«-»a /Igo. W. F
Jackaon. Prira rnuailRuble.
W. H. Wakefield, M. D. of Charlutti
will ho in Mount Airy at Hluo Ridg»
Inn on Friday Juno Nth, Pilot Moun
tain at The ffotel Maturilay June 15th
The dortor limiU hia practice to tha
madiral and surgical Lrwtmrnt Fy«
Ear, Nona and Throi^ diaeaaox anil
fitting glaanen. Ask your family
phyaician about your consulting Dr.
FOR SALE—Two vaca.it /ota oin
Cherry at root. 80* MM) faat. Now
ia the t ime buy one of thcrW Iota. J.
F. Allred. 1 i!t pd
HAIL! HAIL! HAIL! Now I* the time
to inaura your crop aijaii^t loaa and
damage by hail, nee ua get rates
at once. Prather-Fulton Insurance
DO YOU realize that your entire to
bacco crop may be lout. Can you af
ford to lone it? Protect your labor
and money inverted a Hail Policy
in the old Franklin Fi*t Ii.aurance Co.
Talk it ovirr and get rates from Pra
ther-Fulton Insurance Agency.
FOR SALE Practically lew Loth
range at a f.acriflce, Uve bought
i.maller stove reason fm Helling, ad
dress P. 0. Box 233. Cityl
SEE MRS. Compton at 237 Oak street
or call her over the telephone Mo.
30 for special low rate in Shorthand
and typewriting. ^
FOR SALE—One (raiser thresher re
built and good as new will sell a
bargain in it. One second hand (6)
six h. p. oil engine in ^'No. 1 shape.
One (18) Com mill aiWone (20) inch
corn mill both new. !3|ouId you need
some repairs for your thresher Mend in
your order at once. D. E. Nelson,
Ararat, N. C. i
WANTED: To contracV for logging
and sawing 2,OUO,OOU feet of Puie
lumber. Conditions idaal. Short haul.
Address W. E. White, Mebane, N. C.
By virtue of an order of re-sale
made by the" Judge of the Superior
Court in the case of Alene Callaway
Lavendar against H. G. Callaway and
others pending ni the Superior Court
of Surry County 1 will sell to the high
est bidder on
Saturday the 15th of June 1918,
at one o'clock P. M., the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
One house and lot on lower Main
Street, six rooms and known aa the
Schafer hou-e and lot near the big
gulley; also one house and lot on Elm
Street known as the J. 1. Belton house
Terms of sale, one-third cash; one
third in twelve months and balance
in two years. Notes required for de
This May 14th, 1;>'S
W. E. MERUITT, Com.
CARD OK THANKS.
We wish to tVnnk our friends and
n«ifhk>"is fo: their kindness and nym
. pa thy to us during the days of reccnt
bereavement in our home.
j. P. Brown.
In the operation of my bee
business I conduct a queen
rearing yard and at thin time I
have a few more queens than I
need in my own yards. These
queens are bred from fine Ita
lian stock und are the finest
queen* that can be had. Satin
faction guaranteed. One queen
$1.00; six for $5.00; twelve
FRED L. JOHNSON
Moual Airy, N. C
THE NEW REGISTRATION.
Hm following la a list of th« young
nun who regiaterad laat «Mk becom
ing at mg* .luring the put ymr:
John 8. Galyaan, Round Peak.
Hoy A. Tkomu. Pilot Mtn.
Alvia E. Lovo, lit. Airy.
Jaaon W. Mytri, Silmm.
Grtnvllb Pruitt, Mt. Airy.
> Prod Eidi, Mt. Airy.
Rowland C. Boxlay.
Otta Raavaa, Mt. Airy.
Matthew Gatea, Mt. Airy.
Grady V. Moaer, Rock ford.
But* Keiger, Mhoala.
Bryan Johnson, Elkin.
Chuie M. Jeaaup, Brim.
Willi# P. McCormick, Ruckford.
Fred Eaater, Mt. Airy.
John H. Johnaon, Ararat.
Eakar Hark, Ararat.
Cline I. Hurrl.am, Mt. Airy.
Arthur T. Aahburn, Siloam.
William M. Tavlor, Pilot Mtn.
Nathan W. Cook, Mt. Airy.
Albert L. Buigman White Plain*.
Henry C. Woodruff, Mt. Airy
John A. Norman, Ml. Airy.
I>bvi» t.wvn, Mt. Airy.
Tho V lUchcl*. Siloum. _
J. Win. McK. freed. Whita Plum*.
Wm McKinley Barker. Mt. Airy.
I John A. Vernon Hound Peak.
Elmer Lmrt, Low Gap.
William K. Helton, Mt. Airy.
Arthur W. Kiikman, Mt. Airy.
Edward A. Brook*. Mt. Airy,
Holier L. Cockerhum, Low Gap.
Marvin Cleve Key. Siloam.
James W. Maya, Dntmon.
Marcus W Evans, Rusk.
Lincoln White, Dobaon.
Joe M. Collins, Dobaon
Richard W Freeman, Dobaon.
Edward Loyd, Thurmond.
Litel B. Norman Thurmond.
Robert P. Harris, Thurmond.
Alex W. Cockrrham Kappa Mjlla.
Tildan Ramey Low Gup.
Robart y. Colbert,' Thurmond.
Thomaa/R. Simmons, Thurmond.
James A Marahall. Suite Ron.I.
Jamea W. Creed R<iund Peak.
Tyra W, Billings Thurmond.
Joa M. Hollaway, Thurmond.
Dan W. Whituker, State Road.
Chnrles A. Mayes, Ruak.
J. (Mine June::, Dobaon.
Mallory Ai.thony, Ruak.
Hobnrt C Ijiwmin, Siloam.
Marion Cnllahan, Dobaon.
Rufua W. Wallora. State Road |
Tiewey Norman, Thurmond.
I Robert A. Snow. Rnsk.
A11..tin Gentry, State Roml.
Sidney R. Draught), Rockford.
Wm. McK Jackson. Elkin
Grady McK. Fmeraon Round Peak.!
Isaac I.. Wright, Round Peak.
Willie F. Johnson, Round Peak.
Irvan Snow, Dobaon.
Ernest Claude -Stokes Thurmond. |
James Edgar Davia, Dobaon.
maph D. Wilmoth, Dobaon.
Harvey Brevcnburg, Siloam.
Karon L. Ray, State Road.
Jamea C. Draughn, Ruak.
Juniua B. Wallace, Ruak.
Thomaa F. Lewallyn, Round Peak.
Charlie C. Callaway. Round Peak.
Oscar B. Key, Ruak.
William 8. Childreaa. Dobaon. •
George B. Folger. Dobaon.
Sidney W. Hamlin, Dobaon.
Faker J. Collina, Ruak.
Wendell B. Stone, Dobaon.
Willia E. Parker, Rockford,
Walter L. Johnson. Flkin.
Jamea B. Gilliapie, Dobaon.
Robert C. Newman, Elkin.
Arthur A. Newman. Elkin.
Eater F. Stanley, Dobaon.
Richard F. Linville, Rusk.
Osia P. Walla, Elkin.
Andy T. Muncua, Ruak.
James H. Click, Elkin.
Dallas M. Holder, White Plaint.
Jame.4 E. White, Rusk.
Eugene G. Phillip*. Elkin.
Edgar M. Shaffner, Elkin.
James V. Nance. Rusk.
Clifton Chaney, Crutchfteld.
Barney M. B. Key, Crutchfteld.
Hubert Hatcher, Mt. Airy.
Jack Waugh, Dobaon, Col.
Early Thompiion. Elkin. Col.
Lucas Wowles Dobson. Col.
Jesse W. Stuart, Pilot Mtn.
Andrew C. Span,- Mt. Airy.
Will F. Greenwood, Mt. Airy.
John H. Inman. Pinnacle,
Gurney Levi Allred, Pinnacle.
Kmmit T. McCoin Pinnacle,
i Jasper Creed, Pinnacle.
Jesse Collins, Pinnacle.
Brady l-une, Pinnacle,
James A. Deathridge, Mt. Ai:>.
Claude J. Johnson. M». Airy.
Ale* M. Hudson, Pilot Mtn.
Samuel G. Joyce. Mt. Airy.
William Mckinley Cook. Brim
Tandy S. McCormick, Round l'«ak.
Birtis Coleman Pilot Mtn.
Worth Money, Elkin.
William I. I'hillips, ML Airy.
Jesse R. Sechrist, Pilot Mtn.
William B. Wood, Rockford.
Sam Tilley, Ararat.
Hary Lee Roberson, White Palms.
James E. Canter, Ararat.
Cobie McK. Simpson, Ararat.
Dr.rius S. Wall, Ararat.
Robert Payne. Ararat.
Sim W. Hernmings, Mt. Airy.
Sewell M. Portis. White Plains.
James E. Snow, Siloam.
Lewis Johnson, Mount Airy.
James R. Riddle, Mt. Airy.
Euclid K ("happcll, Mt. Airy.
Carson Moxlev, Mt. Airy.
John Key, Siloam.
William Brown, Mt. Airy.
Wade C. Moody. Mt. Airy.
Luther McK. Hardy, Siloam.
Daniel Gentry, Ladonia.
Harrison Younger, Mt. Airy.
Millard C. Mchone, Mt. Airy.
Marshall Overby, Mt. Airy.
Sherman Hall, Mt. Airy.
Thomas B. Baker, Siloam.
.Maiston li. Hill, Pilot Mtn.
Branscom Wall. Siloam.
Julius M Dcrern, Pinnacle.
John H. Stone, Siloam.
Luther C. Mann, Rockford.
Rural Jenninn Doss, Rockford.
Frederick 1- Bunker, White Plains.
Willie Hodges, M'. Airy.
James E. Collin*. Round Peak.
Harry K. Swanson, HM Mtn.
| Columbus F. Payne, Lnmbsliurg Va
Milton Y. A'hbtirn, White Plains.
I Surver M. Jarrell, Round Peak.
Prei - J. Amliurn, Round Peak,
Brady P. Hiatt. I.o» Gap.
Cuthbert Boylts. Pilot Mtn.
Francis M. Terry, Mt. Airy.
Walter It. Gillev, Pilot Mtn.
Reed M. Cook, f'il-H Mtn.
Walter H. Criti, Mt. Airy.
Romie H. Hardy, Mt. Alrr.
Robert R. Matthew*. Mt. Airy,
Rufu. W. McGea, Mt. Airy.
Jum A. Gilley, bobaon.
Urn A. Bran nock, Mt. Airy,
i 'lamia A. ■trharda—- Law Gap.
ioka Waiter Bra aha, lit. Airy,
frank* Hkcfca, ML Airy.
John D. Jahaaoa, Mt. Airy.
Gn4y t- Havmura. Mt. Aiqr|
William a. Caudill. Mt. Air*.
Waltar H. Siak, WkiU i'laina.
Charlaa H. Wright, Mt. Airy.
Carl W. CMMraai. Pilot Mui.
I>onnia M. Evans, Low Gap.
Robart t. C.read. Mt. Airy.
Killua B. York, Mt. Airy.
Lary V. Jonaa, Mt. Airy.
Climon f ■ Martin, Hlioan.
•Samual K Barnaa, Mt. Airy.
McK inlay Doaa, Hiloam.
William J. Chandlar, Mt. Airy,
[.ark Kurkar. Jr., Mt. Airy.
William R. Wall, Ararat.
Charlaa R. Fowlar. Plnnarla.
Carlaaa Daathridga. Mt. Airy.
Oliver l.ight, Mt. Airy.
Rogar W. Inman, Mt. Airy.
Jnxaph Hollingaworth, Mt. Airy.
Iluirn W. Dixon, Elkin.
Hoaaa L. Arnold. Klkin.
William B. I.vftwirh, I.adonia.
Alvah A. Matthewa, Pilot Mtn.
Kolia E. Starling* Mt. Airy.
Hiffln f>. Harrington, .Shoala Col.
Coy Payna, Mt. Airy. Col.
Salami Dohaon, Mt. Airy. Col.
Mat-k Reynold*. Ararat, Va. Col.
Early Dohaon, Mt. Airy, Col.
Kukoiii- ll..Adama, Mt. Airy. Col.
Arthur Joyra. Mt. Airy, Cm,
Caron M. Ponn, Brim. Col.
Wn. B. Wilmoth, Thurmond.
.Sam Marahall, Mt. Airy.
MrKinley Jonea, Brim.
GREAT SURRY COUNTY
On Saturday, June 22, one of
the Greatest Patriotic Par*
ade» and Celebration* Ever
Attempted in the State Will
Take Place in and Through
'Hie officials in thin movement, com
posed of J. B. Sparger, Chief Mar
shall, anil fourteen township marshall*
are preparing a program which will
he completed in a day or two and dis
tributed over the county, giving full
details, premium*, schedules etc.
A brief outline of the day ia an
follow*: Early in the day mora than
a hundreil decorated automobiles and
floats will leave Elkin for Mount Airy
A number will leave Siloam and
Shoal* Township* come to Pilot Moun
tain, the meeting point for Pilot and
Westeld townships. This parade will
than start for Mount Airy. At ten
o'clock the parade will leave Mount
Airy for Elkin, The judges stand will
be located at White Plains. It is
thought that the parade will be more
than three miles in length. Three
stops of a few minutes each will be
made along the route, at Piney Grove
Schoolhouse. at Dobson, and at Kair
view, and possibly at one or two other
points. Patriotic speakers will de
liver four minute speeches at these,
The parade u to coniiut of genera! j
patriotic floats, floats representing the
Red Croas, the Y. M. C. A.. Food Con
servation, "THE ALLIES," and the
War Savings Campaign. Premiums
consisting of War Saving* Stamp* are
to be given the prixc winners in this
parade. A premium is also to be giv
en to the moot patriotically decorated
home along the route of parade. Ar
rangements are being made to have
the mothers of Surry County boys in
the military service ride in the parade
as the guests of honor of the day.
They will all be supplied with the ser
vice flags by the RlhI Cross of Surry
County. If a sufficient number of
cars can b« secured arrangements will
tie made to take other persons and or
ganizations. Two bands and possi
bly three, will furnish the music of the
When the parade arrives in Elkin
(which will doubtless be about one
o'clock) a celebration is to be held.
The people of Elkin are arranging a
program there that will be a titling
climax to this great demonstration.
More of the details will appear in the
This is Surry County's day; it will
be her greatest day; It is going to
take work and effort. Those in charge
of the day arc going to call on you to
do your part.
After reai'ing the circular, you are
a*ked to consult your township mar
shall at ones. The marahalls are as
J. K. Sparger, Chairman,
Hobson--Dr. Ira 8. Gambill.
Elkin—E. F. McNeer.
Franklin- Edgar Cnckerham.
Longhill—Silas M. Stone.
Marsh—C. A. Sebastian.
Mount Airy—G. C. Lovill.
Pilot—J. 8. Patterson.
Rock ford—Luther Wood.
Shoals—L. D. Marian.
Stewaifs Creek Krank SpargW. ,
WaaUMd—N. D. 8. HiU. j
.... mmamm -
To caatract logrtng and mwih tha
t unbar on Um naw powar plant at
tha town of Haunt Airy. Work to
hafin July IS. For particular* aaa
John Banaar, Chairman, or L V.
Barbar, Soparintandant It
Mil. P. M. J MM, Off
PUaar, Okla., writoai
"Prom th« time I tu
... 1 looked with dread
from om motflt to the
Mat I suffered with my
back and baaiiag-dowa
paia, until lifa to ma wm
■ misery. I would think
1 could Mt endura tot
paia any loafer, aad 1
gradually got wane. . .
Nothing itemed to kelp
me natil, one day, . * .
1 decided to
The Woman's T<
"1 look tour bottle*,"
Mrs. Jones go** °* to
■ay, "and «u not oaly
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully lay that I bar*
aot a pain. . .
" It baa now been two
yean since I toolcCardui,
and I am still in good
health. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who la a
sufferer bom aay tamata
I you tod the need of a
food strengthening tonic
to build up yournw-dowa
system, take (ba advica
at Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dai. U helped her. Wa
hehrre it will baip yoa.
I will ba in tha markat a*a"< lor BUckbarrir« thu rauMr
and will pay f 1JM par buahal of M pound* or V par pound for tham.
Cask will ba paid. Do not cat atirka, laavaa or wntar in tham. I am
buying tham atrirtly 'or praaarvaa and jam, tharafora thay muat nut
hava any traah in tham.
My pUca to raraiva and botl tham will ba in I ha big laaf
tobacco factory waat of Plantar* Warahouaa oppaaita 9. A. liannia
A Co. Ptek tha barriaa una day and dalivar tham tha next, thay will
not da if thay ara aour. Will baytn buying Wadnaaday. July 10, 191M.
I will fumiah barral* to haul tha barpaa in.
Thia J una loth, 1W1M. 7-lHK.
J. R. PATTERSON.
YOU SHOULD NAME
THE SURRY COUNTY LOAN
& TRUST (0.
AS YOUR EXECUTOR FOR THE
The buainesa of thia Company ia to act aa Executor of
Willa, to adminiater estates, to nerve a* guardian Qf
minora and truatee of property under willa.
A board of careful business men direct the affairs of the
The Trust Company never dies and ia always found at
ita place of busineaa ever ready to give proper attention
to the affairs of your estate.
The Truat Company will aee that your will ia drawn cor
rectly and, when named as Executor, makea no charge
for properly drawing up the will or keeping it under
•eal in ita vault
W. W. Burke, A. G. Bowman. W. F. Carter, E. H. Wrenn,
F. S. Eldridge, W. A. York, G. D. Fawcett, W. W.
Hampton, W. G. Sydnor, J. D. Smith.
W. F. CARTER, Preaident.
E. H. WRENN, Vice-Preaident
GEO. D. FAWCETT, Sec. A Treaa.
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