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Mm It CarWUta, lurry i u—1|. la
^nifci iWn, Hmmn Airy town
Irtlw of Hummm aad warrant
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11m lefendant above naatd will
MM entitled arttoa waa laaaadl
agautei aatd tiefeadaal oa tfca If dap
r' ' I»l". hv' A. K. TllWy. Judge
at M Haeiwdara Coat of Mount Airy
Township, for the aum of Hive Uua
t dollar*. due »ai<l plaintiff by raa
an of a wilful, malicioae and violent
It and battery upea Ma peril
en Sunday, the 2 day of June 191*.,
la eduefc aariowa daiaaga waa da«a
alainliff** person which Has resulted
r "' at dam ice to hie health, ahich
L>na<*a ib returnable on the 101 h
uf July 191N before A. K. Tallay.
Bp of the Recorder* Court of
.t Alrv Townahlp. The defen
dant will aleo take notice that a war
rant of attachment waa issued by aatd
I iiiilga of the Heronlera court on the
Imh <lay of June IUIH against the pro
perty of «ai<! defendant, which war
rant ia returnable liefore the aatd
J ".life of the K.m orders I'ourt on the
|i»h day «»f July 1UIN. when and
where the defendant la required tn ap
pear and answer or demur to the com
plun.t. <>r the relief demanded will l>e
Thm the 10th day of Julie 1918.
A. k. TILLEY,
Judge of Recorder* Court,
Mt. Airy Townahip.
Stat* of Ninth Carolim Depart
ment nf State.
Tn all to wlmm these presents may
Whereas, it up [mart to my satis
faction, by duly authenticated rerord
•f the proceedings for the voluntary
Absolution thereof hy the unanimous
con rut of all the stockholders, ile
fiNitad in my office, that Haynea,
mwn and Company, a cn-poration of
thini State, whose principal office la
attuated at Oak >treat, in the town
ef Mount Airy. County of Surry State
•f North Carolina IW. T. Hayne* he
fetf the agent therein and in charge
tfurof upon whom process may be
ha i complied with the re
f -ementH of Chapter 21, Revinal of
Ivoo, entitled "Corporations," preli
minary to the in.uing of thm Certifi
cate of Dissolution:
Now, Therefore, 1, J. Bryan Crime*.
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that
the said corporation did, on the JHth
duv of June li»lH, tilo in my office a
duly executed and nttested consent in
Writing to the dissolution of said eor
I fit ion, executed hy all the stock
holders thereof, which xaid connent
ami the record of the proceeding*
a enaid nre now on tile in my said
•dice an provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
to et my hand rnd utflxed my official
•eal at Raleigh. thu JHth day of June
A. D. 1918.
J. Bryan Grime*, Sec. of State.
The Red Cross Magazine for July
it printing extracts from personal let -
ters received from men and women in
War service. They are filled with
it hneHH and vividness of impres
sion and human interest.
This is part of one of the letters.
It was written by an American wo
*<in who is serving her second year
fci a hospital u> Paris. She writes:
1 have heard French soldiers com
k-a out of the iiinuetice of chloroform
•>1.1 I love them, but to hear under
1 e conditions our own dear American
■tang made me realize that after all
ft cannot but be one's own country
4 <t—He kept crying—*h, I've got
|h;it one. Don't tell mother I've kill
ed him—don't. Oh don't- Damn this
•i nl—after them boy*—fix bayonets
— that's a boy.' And with clenched
t''tii and shaking his tine young head
V-»an the Hulls the dirty Buches— i
>h! (a «ouml of horror) they arei
c ".inic waves on waves of tht'm!
Ircy can't lick »n American;' and I
knew then that they couldn't—notj
Twenty-two German Planes
Shot Down by the Allies.
London, July I.—Twenty-two Ger
S. a airplan* were -h it down 10 were
driven down out of control and two
G> man balloons were destroyed dur
fc y the air fighting Sunday, according
in official tatcment on aerial oper
ation* iitnued by the war office tonight.
Dr.H. R. Hege
Office corner Main and Moore Sta..
Opposite Hawks-Kothrock Druf Co.
OFFICE HOURS: 8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Ka(> of Oh!f>. <~lty of To!«00.
Lucm Cuunt v <-*
Vr ink J ^ r ry maV- ■ rwifh that h«
*«nior furtr.r of thr Arm of K J
len^ir it C" doing bualnfUi In tht*
♦ v ..f Tol.- »<• Count) :»nd fttata afora
•wid. and »h-«t Mid firm will pay th* ,
•urn of ONr fflTNDRKD DOLLAR* f«r
4» u and ♦• rjr « <»f Catarrh that
ennnt |w> . ur»d bv lh« u»c af HALL'S i
CATAKiaf CL'RH FIIANK J. CHKNjBT ,
d»«r« to Wfr r • rr# and aubacrlbad !
tmy i»r«a< u*-*. Ittla tlh dayof Uecm*
r A. D. ltff A W Of»VAIION.
Ulval) Notary Public
Haifa Catarrh Cur* la takaa latara
al f «nd acta tbroufh th« Blood M tha
W'f'vm durfacA or th« 0r«ttn. laid
Jur Uitiacnhli, frae.
r 4 CHiNKf * CO Toledo, a
told by all irMgiau. .m.
gkUa Family Fill* for c*Mtlp»tl«b
GERMANY, THE SUPER-ANARCHIST
C* itnbwt«« fey Mr. to th» National fUcurtty LllBMI'l Cmnpil#* «J
PtUIMlMi Through ItfuMllMi ..
National Security League Starts
Crusade for Their Elimination,
Together With the Teach
ing of German.
▲ rlgoroua campaign to bring about
the elimination of the lunching of Car
man In tha public achooli of tha coun
try and tn obtain tha diacontlnuance
of tha publication of newapapar* print
ad In I'Mrnuj baa bean launcbad by
tha National Secnrlty League. Ta or
ganise Ita effort for thaaa an da tha
League baa form ad a Committee on
Pareigu Language and Foreign Preaa,
which will carry tha fight Into «»arj
nook and corner of tha United Dtatea.
Tba '"omailttae la fompoaad of Col.
Chart m I. Lydecker, mam bar af tha
Board of Truataaa af tha Cailaca of
the City of Naw Turk and Chairman
af tha National Security Leagna'a
Board af Directors; Edward H. Clark,
Traaeurer af tha Security Laagua;
Krneat C. Brown, well known New
Tork editor and publlabar, and Dr.
Robvrt M. McElroy, Educational direc
tor of tha National iiecurlty Laagua
umVr l«-a»e of abarnca from Princeton
l-'nlrernlty, where he la head of tha
Department of Hlatucy and Poll Oca.
• top Advertising.
The principal haul* of the Commit
tee's c*mpn!gn against ii>rman new*,
papers will be the obtaining of tho iU»
continuance of advertising la thorn.
Col. Lydeckdrt committee has laid
the following plan of campaign before
the Chairmen and Secretarle* of alt
the 281 brancliee of the Security
"There la do lmuiedlata need to
haw lava enacted to (uppresa the
foreign language dallies. In town*
where there la a strong patriotic senti
ment s hostile minority should b« per
suaded by a clear and forceful expres
sion of the views of the majority that
ours must he, from thla time forward,
a one language nation.
"tee Our Mistake."
"If a community will not aupport •
news'!' uler who handles the dally pa
per* printed In foreign tonguea It can
thereby fore* him to deal only In Eng
llah langunge papers.
"Recognizing a general wllllrtgneaa
to bo patriotic and the rapid acqui
escence from many quarters to compel
the use of English dallies, we org*
raaaonably active measures on the part
of the branches of the 1/eague. Jus
tice requires this, for the fault doea
not lie wholly with the alien. We havo
(ailed hitherto to provide tbe machin
ery of education which the welding
process required. We have counte
nanced and even encouraged the Id. a
of preserving linguistic and racial
groups In our nililM. At laat We seo
our mistake, and we must correct It as
speedily as Justice will allow.
"But we must Dot forget,'and we
must tint allow alien enemies to for
get, that this Is a time of war. Quick
pro. es*es of producing unity are Justi
fied liy the peril of those Instltutloua
wlili h w* bold In trust for all huinaa
"We therefore suggest:
"(a) Meetings of rltlsena to eiprera
a owe language sentiment
"(k) IMacontlnuanco of all advertla
Ing la paper* printed la the tonguea of
"(c) Procuring co-opora'toa of now#,
AN APPEAL TO ALL
Mrs. Thorn at J. Preston, Jr,
(Formerly Mrs. Grover Cleve
land) Urges Women of
Nation to Stand Firm.
**W« ran win If Amprli-a run In- lipid
■tradfaai and uiiawamng, and thr wo
man at ▲omrli's can hold bar »(>•«(!•
ram. Agumai nil
trmpfatlnua lo mm
prumlM tli* women
Of AUHtrtLU sliuuiii
• t a n <1 firm uuil
united,** H)i Mrs.
1'tMiiuaa J. frcatoo,
Jr. (Xuromrljr Mr*.
In a maaaagi to tha
arouivu of America,
through the Na
Mrs. Prraton la
She »u tba first tumu to become a
nwmbtr »f the Lnfiw'i National Ex
ecutive Committee, and ia -. retary of
tbe League a Committee uti »'«'noUaia
Mra. Preaton'a mcaaaca to (ha wo
mm of the country reads La full;
" 'Proclaim Libert; throughout ALL
THE LAND unto all the Inhabitant#
"Theae worila were written about
Hl« years before Christ, aa part of
tiie Law of Hollneaa In tba Hook of
LevlUcua Our fatbera luacrlbed tbem
upon tbe Libert; Bell which called our
might; nation la to life.
"Today "all the Inhabitants' enjoy
liberty, th« Jew and the (jeutila, the
rich and tbe poor, the native and the
alien born, the weak and the strung.
The old Liberty Bell la allent, for its
voice haa becu beard 'throughout all
"Hut Liberty la not aafe. It la men
aced along the battle fronts of many
nations, our own among tbem, and
America reqnlrea a new motto for her
old Hell: 'Proclaim liberty through
out ALL l-ANI»ils"Unto all Ihe luliab- i
itanra thereof.' Cntll liberty la aafa
In ali lands. It can not be aafe In oar
own. lience the tasli ta wblch Amer
ica I,as reverently and unselfishly ded
"Make Motto Real."
The Father! of thla RtfoMIr, DM1
•f tpany racea, with • common love of
liberty, wrought Into law our ancient ,
niotto, thua giving liberty a chance to
enlighten the wurltl
"Today we, their deacendenta, are
railed upon to make real the Dew ]
motto «nd thua to flee liberty the .
nmlUputed right to bleaa the world. I
"Thla can be done but only after
heroic »truggle and aelf aacrlflce. A 1
premature peace would mean fuller*. I
It would be only leaa dlaaatroua than
complete defeat. Agalnat all tempta
tion* to corn promlae the women of
America ahould atand firm and united. :
"Peace and Safety."
"Victory mean* peace and aafety
for oar children; defeat means hu
miliation and practical aarrltmle for
them; while ■ negotiated peace, with
the military machine of Pruaaia un
broken. meana that everything la their
Iteea man he eabordlnated to the taak
of preparing for another war with
Oerutauy We can win now If Amer
ica can be held ateadfaat and nn
awervtng. and the women af America
CM bold her aUadtM."
Pmt AMM Air IUi4.j
Gmeva »»ll»»ln>J. July l.-SaauJ
Garmaa ncwapapan, 10 order to rtw
sura tha mttmw aad tn|*nd papula-1
latlnn* <4 town* alnag the BHm at
teapt to explain away a* uatepartaat
the aartaJ t>o«bardment of Mannheim
on Saturday momln* It waa r»nlly
tHa moat terrlhle raid un a Otman '
town daring tha war. The Germans!
oArtally announced that five peraona
wara killed and 14 wound ad, but tha
ftffnn* ctuid U quadrupled 8ev»ral
virtIfn< wnitt, unfurl nately. allied
officer", who, disdaining helter, rheer* I
ed tha allied aviator*.
1 he residents ut Mannheim alao
wara chagrined in witneasing Ive o
lis dermaii machinea running a ay
(rum tha Hritiak. Throe of the for
mer were brought down in (lame* near
tha town. Tha Itadishe Amine and
Hod* factory upon which liomha fall,
biased for many hour*.
On* of tho largest bank* waa
wracked, ita office furniture being
blown into tha principal street of the
city. The population already nervous
liefure the raid, now is panic stricken.
The raid on Kurlsrube, according to
German reports, caused only matei iai
In the meantime, the exodua from
Rhine towns continue* and house rents
have depreciated 36 per cent.
Men Beg For Jobs That
Will Save Them From Jail.
New oYrk, July I.~ Spurred by the
rounding up of nearly HOC) suspected
idler* early today, when the state
"anti-loaling" law and federal "work
or ftltht" edict went into effect. thous
and* of men, engaged at the bent in
non-eiiaential Industrie*, stormed fed
ural and state employment hureaiin in
thm city and begged for job* which
would »uve them from prison.
At the bureau, where more than a
thousand men lined up on the street,
lion job* were distributed.
District Attorney Swtnn declared
tonight that he considered ticket spe
culators, coat checkers, footmen and
\aleU were engaged in "paranoic" oc
cupations hut that although waiter*
were bit by Provost Marshal General
Prowdei^s order, they were not af
fected by the state law.
Sydnor & Sparger
HOUNT AIRY, A. C.
Office in Merritt Building.
Um AUadin Wurm OA
a Hot Kitchen?
Use a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove. It will do your cook
ing perfectly, give you a cool kitchen—and free you from the
dirt, work ana discomfort, from coal, wood, ashes and smut.
The long blue chimney gets every atom of heat out of the
kerosene and concentrates it directly on the cooking utensil
The New Perfection light* like fas and can be instantly and accu
rately regulated for any cooking need, It bake*, broils, roatfa boils
o* toaita to perfection—with no smoke, atnell or dirt. And it keep*
the kitchea cool.
Made in 1-2-3-4 burner aizea, with or without cabinet top sad ova.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY)
Waah'nfton, IX C
OIL COQ^ STOVES
I will ba in tba market *gnu\ far Blackbarriae thia ■»■■■
•ad will pay 91 J# par buahal of 90 pound* or Sc par pauid far them.
Cn«h will ha paid. Do not get etirk*, laavaa or wetar in than. I »ra
tmyinc them atrictly for preearvaa and Jam. therefore they muat not
have any tranh in them.
1 My place to rrraiva and- boil t'.em will ba >■ tike Mc laaf
tobacco factory want of Planlera Warehouae opposite 8. A. Heriitie
A Co. Pick tha barrios on* day and dalivar them Uta next, they will
not do if ihay aro aour. Will begin buying Wr.lncuday, July 19, ltl(.
1 rill furnlah barrel" to haul tha barrtee in.
.Ilia J una 10th. 101*. 7-HMH.
J. R. PATTERSON
YOU SHOULD NAME
THE SURRY COUNTY LOAN
& TRUST (0.
AS YOUR EXECUTOR FOR THE
The busings of this Company is to act as Executor of
Wills, to administer estates, to nerve as guardian of
minors and trustee of property under wills.
A board of careful business men direct the affairs of the
The Trust Company never dies and is always found at
its place of business ever ready to give proper attention
to the affairs of your estate.
The Trust Company will see that your will Is drawn cor
rectly and, when named as Executor, makes no charge
for properly drawing up the will or keeping it under
seal in its 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, President
E. H. WRENN, Vice-President.
GEO. D. FAWCETT. Sec. * Treai.