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The word at am wfcaaa hom la tmr
•way inrttw yamr doubt*.
>»ri'i a Mount Airy mm'* atata
Ami it'a for Mount Airy peopte'a
Suck in convlwriim.
That'a ihe kind of proof that barka
Daan'a Kidney Pllla.
W. L. fitaala, prop, of Jewelry atora.
Oak SC. aa/a: "I hava found Daan'a
KMney PtUa to ha a valuable kidnay
I aw i<y. Orel at wially I heeea nagting
pain in tka amall of my back and My
kktnaya daat act proparly. When I
faa) tMa way, I always (a* a has at
Daan'a Kidnay Ptlla from th» Waat
Drue Co., and tbay aoon bring railat.
I think Dnan'a a wonderful medirine."
Price dOe, at all daalara. Donl amp
ly aak for a kidney remedy—fat
Daan'a Kidnay PUla—the aaaae that
Mr. Htaele had. Poeter Milboni Co.,
Mfra., Buffalo, N. Y.
By virtu* of a <l»e<l of trust uarilt
•4 to m<* by John Thorn** and wife
M. E. Thome*, on the ISth day of
Marrh, l!MW, to *eeurr two <ertain
notea of S200.00 each, payable to J. M.
Pulton and W. Meltinney, maturing
Dor. lat, 1909 and Dae. lit, 1910, nub
iaet to credit* of 130.00 paid March
Sth, 1009 and*l 10.00 Dae. 8th. 1911,
tha ha la net with accumulated interest
rw lining unpaid, and on application
of tha holder of Mid notea. I will Mil
for eaah to tha highest biddar in front
of tha W. H. Marion Muaic Houaa in
Mount Ainr, N. C„ on the l.tTH DAY
Or A PHIL, 1920, at ONE O'CLOCK
P. M., tha following raal eatate, to wit:
Lying and hoinf in Surry Coast v.
North Carolina, Beginning in t*ie eon
tar of the Hatcher road in Ed Davia'
line rum South 7fi <ieg. Ea*t with Ed
Davi«, tin* 37H feet to P. A. Peather
age'n comer; thenea North 52 dep.
nut with Mid Deatherage'* line 5159
foot to Ed. Darin' earner; thence North
1 dog Eaat with raid David' line 428
feet to a stake in Steven*, line; thanca
North 7S d»sr Went about 729 feet to
Mid Hatcher road; South 5 deg. West
with said road 8S9 feat to the oaginn
Ni( Containing I2.M acraa. more or
Sale made to Minify the ha'ance
due on Mid debt and route.
This March nth. 1920.
J. H. Polffer, Truatae.
Having qualified aa Executor of
Amitia Flinch am, deceased. I hereby
notify all person* holding elalmii 1
a gamut tha eatate to cream t them to
me for payment within 12 month*
from date of thi* notice or thil notice
will be plead in bar of recover}- there
on. All peraona indebted to the eatate
will pica** make immediate payment.
Thi* March 18th, 1910
F. M. Dodaon. Executor.
J:. l£. lod! 1Mb. mm Mm d5r
recorded in Hook M, pa«e 4, rfflw of
RmMw of IW«i of lii| f
wiH a*H at public nwttaw ca
•uml Saturday April 17th. II
• wo o'rjon k P. m. lo the hitha
• h, tils IHlowtef <
He«ianiaf «a a chaatnut, J. pi
Drawahna, corner, Want .13 p
Rnrkford road, Ifcrnn Booth 4 i
b4 with nM road SVt
fork of ruad, than with the
17 imgrim tat J chain.. <
*> Eaet 1M rhaina to a mcky ford cm 1
('audio* Creak; than with *td croak I
South 48 dy wa Eaat IS chat»»;
Laat 1 rhama; than
South a de*reea Rut S ehaina: than
Mouth U dafraaa Eaat tJt ehaina:
than North M dmgrmm Eaat 3 rhaina;
South IT daoraaa Eaat 4.10 chain
to tha Mouth at fad branch at • — »ti
than Mouth M dag. Eaat It rhaina ta a
larva rad oak; than North 11 da«.
Eaat UH rhain» ta a itaka, than
North 2S*t rhaina to a wMte >ak;
than Wart II rkaiaa to a atahe; than
Mouth 11 rha n« ta tha beginning, con
taining U'* arraa, mora or laaa.
.Said aala ia mada to aatiafy halanra i
of )64fl.M and intarrat due on tha
bond aerurad haraumtor.
Thia March 17, 1920.
S. P. Grave*, Traataa.
Having qualified aa Executrix upon 1
tha aatata of Jmmun Golding, thia ia j
to notify all prraana indebted to tha
aatata to make attlamrnt at onca and
alao all peraona having rlaima eg* i nut
tha aatata muat fila aame with the
undaraigned within ona yaar from
•lata or thia notie.i will be plead In bar
Mra. Bet tie Gold in*.
E. C. Bivana, Atty. Executrix.'
By virtu* of the power conferred
an order made In the case of Robert
R. Callaway and other. Ex Parte*,
pending before the CWk of the Super
ior Court, I will sell to the higteet
bidder at public auction on the prem
ise* on Wednesday the T <th day of
April, I #20. at one o'clock, P. M. the
fallowing real estate, to-wit:
A tract of land lying on the West
side of Ward's Cap road, and oa the
Rant aide of Lovill's creek, adjoining
the Isnde of T. W. Davis, W7t «W
lor and others, containing about Art
acres. Same lieing the land devised
to the children of R. J. Cellnwav by
R. R. Callaway in his last will and
Terms of sale: 1-4 cash, balance iw
one, two and three years. Notes with
approved security required for defer
red payments, bearing interest from
About twenty acres of good bottom
land on Lovill's creek. M acres well
timbered. The land will be cut up
into lots to suit purrh seers. The land
fronts several hundred feet on Wards
W. r. CARTER, Com.
At the same time and on die same
terms we will sell the balance of the
Callaway heirs' land, lytne en the
Weet side of Lovill's creek, on the
Fancy Cap road, adjoining the lands
of C. W. Taylor ana othera, contain
ing about 12 acres. This tract will
also be cut up into lets.
March Bth. 1920.
J. H. Eolger and W. F. Carter,
The White Star Garage
LoBAS A BOWLES, Proprietor.
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rule tha guilty were v«tcad by Piw(
ilrnt Ebort today.
"I M optimiatk enough la Chink
that the damage haa ant beea eat*,
rtrophai, and that la aiao tha opinion
of tha rabinet," Pi ealdent Ebert wid.
"I am worry tha avante of tha laat flaw
days have proved than ere atill rtrrtee
in Germany that thtnh tha dlatieae ti
tha loet war not great atoiifk. They
ara tha aama if roup* that always da
mred war; thay ar« tha iaritoin of tha
militarist* and tha raaattanaiiaa."
Regarding punishment of tha Kapp
Isadars and tha exportation by mom
that tha itata of siege would maka
necessary tha eaeratiee of all tha
guilty, tha president iVclarad:
"Thoee guilty a hail faai tha full
weight of tha, law. Ail officer* of r»
ponaibla position and ail leadingrivil*
tans who Joined wilfully will ha re
garded as guilty, be rharied with high
treason, and might ha ponUbed with
Regarding execution* under martial
law, Harr Chart said:
"The lawyer* will determine. Par*
hap* Mima will ba executed besides the
confiscation of thair property. We
want to puniab tha leader*, but to
■pare theaa forced into the
movement or acted through ignor
The praaidant aaid is would take
tima to raatora complete qoiat, but de
clared he waa confident all would be
wail. Ha expreaaad hi* thank* to tha
foreign govarnmanta for thair attitude
during tha criai*. especially to Praaca
and Austria, which countries sent
diplomatic representatives to Stutt
gart, and to England, whose represen
tative from tha beginning dealt with
the old government.
Farm* For Sal* Or Rant ^
Near Mount Airy, between two
•and-ciay roada, well watered, 2
out-buildings. Land especially suitable
to tobacco, wheat and corn. Good pas
ture with new fence. Farm containa
176 acres and ia located aaar White
Also one containing tl acres with
5-room house, tobacco barns, ate. 4
miles frim town. Small orchard.
If interested in buying or raating
sae, A. E. Tilley or A. Kyle 8vdnor,
In Merritt'i building. t-f-c
Ha* Had Stomach TroaMe far Seven
Theadore Sa.iforti of Fenmora, Mich,
has had stomach trouble for aeven
years and could not eat vegetables or
fruit without pain m the stomach and
restless nights. By taking Chamber
lain's Tablets he is now able to eat
vegetables or fruit without causing
pain or sleepless ~.esa. If troubled with
indigestion or constipation give these
tablet* a trial. They are ccrtain to
Having ifOalified as the administra
tor of Robert E. McCraw. deceased, all
person* are hereby notified to present
ary claims account or other evidence
of drbt axainst die said estate, to tha
undersigned for sattl-ment, within
twelve months from date hereof, or
tbia notice will be plead in bar or re
Also as administrator, I will sell,
on the 3rd day of April, 1920. at one
P. M . on the premises of 0. T. Jones,
in Eldora Township, one good cow. a
lot of meat, soma com. fodder and
. bucks, hoasahcld and kitchen furni
ture. and athor artirlce of personal
property too tedious to mention.
(A/me and ret a bargain.
Joe Stimley. W. A. McCraw,
1-23-p. Ararat, N. C.
bap Tour Lhrwr Active, Your
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Golds bj Taking OaloUta,
TablaU, that art Da
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HiwMih aad Druggiata art adrta
f tkair frlaada to kaap tkalr ayatoma
ntM ul thai* arfua la parfatt
ark la* ardar aa a protortioa what
warktat ardar aa a protortioa anlut
a* WKfi W iafhiaaxa. Tbay tow
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faror eoUa, laflnaaaa aad aarioaa
Ta aai akart a aold ova _
aravaat aariaaa ravplleatioaa taka oma
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wator—<kat '• alL No aalta. aa aaaaaa,
aa griptag, aa aickaalag aftor <((kU
Mali aMralag toil aold kaa vaaiahad,
Cr U»ar ta arttra, yaar ayataia I* part
aad rafr*«h#d aad y>u ara foMin*
•aa witk a fcaarty apprtita far break
taat. Kat what 70a plaaao ao daagar
Oalotaha ara aold oalr ta urific
aaalad pankagea, prtaa tklrtjr-llve <*at«
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yaw «aaa»r if ran ara nat pnrf-»tl> I
AaUgfctad wtU CaJ*aha.~(Adr.) jU
Rising Prices On
Gasoline and Oil
Only Emphasizes the Wisdom of Buying the
Car that is Economical of Both.
20 to 30 miles per gallon of gas.
5,000 to 10,000 miles and more on tires.
Touring Cars, Roadsters, Coupes, Sedans—
there's a Chevrolet to suit every taste, at a price
that is fair and square. Let your dealer demon
strate this car for you.
Universal Aiito Co.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
WAS UNABLE TO WALK UP
Lot A>|«Im Woomb Suffered
Six Y«n From Rfcaninahs...
—Sooti lUlimd By TmIic
"I had rheumatism ao bad that life
was (imply miaerable for me, bat
Tanlac has entirely overtone my
trouble," said Mrs. Martha Asbach,
of 2224 H Duane 8t_, Loa Angeles, C«L
"For the past six yean I was in
«ueh a wretched condition I can haro
ly understand bow 1 held oat as Ion*
aa I did." aha continued. "I bad rheu
matic pains in my kn.es so bad that
it was impoesible for ma to step up
or down the stairs, and my hands were
so swollen and stiff it was an I could
ifc> to hold the broom or dishes. At
night I simply ached all ever so bad
I could not sleep, and, in fact, I suf
fered all the time night and day. I
became very nervous and worried so
much over my condition that I became
"I tried all the medicines I could
hear of but none of them did me any
Rood until I got Tan lac. I waa overjoy
ed to find that H more than met my
expectations. AU signs of the rheum
atism has left me and I am back do
ing my housework for the first time
in several yean. My nerves are as
steady as they can be and I sleep all
night long and never wake up till
morning. I haven't felt so fine la years
and H certainly is a pleasure for me
to tell everybody a boat Tanlae."
Tanlac is sold in Mount Airy by
I. W. West Drug Co., in Pilot Mmat
sin by Pilot Drag Co, in KUda by
Elkin Drag Co.
A Timely Soggeatiaa
The next time you have a cough or
cold try Chamberlain's Cough Bsaae
dy. It (a pleasant to take Mrtaan
sure to be pleased with the relief which
it affords. Thia remedy has a wide
reputation for Ha cars df coughs sad
Sydnor & Sparger
40UKT AIRY. N. C
DR. H. G. HEGE
He* ever P. D. Helcemb Hdw Kton>
MOUNT AIRY. N. C
United States Grain Corporation
Standard Pure Wheat
May be had at the following stores
At i priec not to umd \
$1.65 per 24Va-lh. Cotton Sack
Snow A Dowel!
R. M. Smith
C. & Need ham
Smith A Bmhy
Snow A WettmonkiMl
W. F. Midkiff
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H. G. JarreII
R. E. Hinea
F. M. Poor*
1 a Marshall
J. W. F«lk
D. R Crawford
This flour contains bo substitutes. It in mad* from
clean, sound wheat and makes bread and pastry of super
ior quality and texture.
The Government is offering this Floor in order that
those who would practice thrift and •comotaj may have
the opportunity- ^
who have not laid la a stock of fids floor, may get It from
Granite Mercantile Co.
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