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■M of HiUsrille, Va. are i
Allan'a brother, Bawley
Mr*. Henry Wolfa of Dobeon ii
rmat of har parent., Mr. and
April 1st, Wallace, a ma
at ■ P. M to the Hi*h
Little Miaa Nina
har fifth birthday Monday
by entertaining tfl little friends at a
birthday party. Gamaa were enjoyed
which cream and cake
Mr. and Mr*. Will Prather, Mra. J.
H. Prather and Mrs. Jane* Brown
left Toanday by aot/xnobile for
Greensboro. Mra. J. H. Prather and
Mra. Brown took th<- train in Creen*
boro for their home in Snartanbunr,
Mr*. Emma Shmrart, who in known
te many people of thia nertion. ia now
living w'th her dnuirhter Mr*. N. A.
Melton, at HandcrHonrill ' N. C, ha*
been very «ick recently and her life
wma almoat despaired of for a time.
She H some better snd hone* are now
entertained fbr her recovery.
Mr. A. E. Tilley. Recorder, hai
born confined to hi* home for aeyeral
weeks with Influenza, and a* a reault
• large docket baa accumulated. At
many aa forty or fifty case* are to
bo heard when he can a train hold
eoort. Ha ia abb now to be up and it
ia expected that he will bewel? enourb
to hold a aaaaion of court next Mon
We are glad to report that Mr*. 8.
E. Marmhall seema to be ncwviai
from the tajuriee auatained laat week
ear ia which aha and her
ware riding, waa etrock at
the dry bridge by the Standard OO
track driven by Mr. Webb. The ear
waa badly liaaiagail and Mra. Mar
ahaU'a ahouldsr waa Jammed and her
atta badly brmiead bat aha ia now able
to ha op ia bar roam. Mr.
K. A. Freeman of Dobaoa, county
of the Near Eaat Belief
arritae oa that the recant
at Ceatral Methodiat
y aebool ia thia city
18 arahaaa. If
of bar qooto of
Mra. J. C. Laughridga and three
left Friday far Dram! to
I the marriage of her eiator. Mra.
Laughridga will make bar future
hame ia Drexal to keep honae far bar
Mr. UnfhrMri will Jd* hie fiamily
aa aaoa aa a man can ha aatnred to
toka Ma plaaa ia the fiaiahlag
Mm Virginia L. Earn at Wlnaton
Salam spent the pnat week and with
har lister, Mrs. K. L Bobbitt on Rock
F. D. Haioomb la inatalling in front
of Ma hardware store • gaaolina fill
ing station of the lataat lyprwad
Mr. and Mra. E. L Babbitt .pant
Saturday in Graanaboro, while there
they bought a heme on Martin street
and mart to move there in the near
Harry A. Brown of Dayton, Ohio,
advance agent of the National Caah
Regiatar Ce., viaitad the local Cham
bar at Caaaree yaetarday. He plana
to brtag llluatrated )ettmea here
April 2tnd, at intaraat to merrhanta
and |ia liana alike.
T. L. Brim, of Mm, la agent far
the Cletrnc farm tractor—the kind
that crawls along oa the ground like
a worm, and la finding ready aala Cor
the machine. It la one at tko baat
farm tractors, in the opinion of many,
and ha hae already roaatead ordara
for a number. The machine sella for
$1445 delivered hare.
The Ladiee Auxiliary at the Presby
terian church will meet at the church
next Monday afternoon at .1 P. M.
instead of waiting until the regular
rlate in April. All member* are
urged to be present aa uians muat ha
made to dothe the orphan who ia sup
ported by thia auxiliary at the Bairum
- Mlsaes Beeaie ami Meliie Shelton of
Weatfleld arere visitors in thi/f city
W<dneadny. Mian Bessie Shelton baa
been teaching near Southern Pines,
and like manv other teach* -a, • wing
to poor hoarding areommndationi,
" i-nmhed a room for light housekeep
ing. While at arhooi the house burn
mi down and her trunk', clothing and
furniture were lost.
^ A Birthday Party.
Millie Mian Lillian Johnnon, ilaugh
ff r of ys editor, gave a birthday party
; Saturday afternoon at her home on
Rawley ivmut. About thirty-fivs lit
tle folks were present and the little
hoateea received quite a number of
I dainty and attractive gifts. The
birthday cake with Ha lighted candlea
'■ was the crowning glory of the refresh
ment hour that followed the nwuy
time a pent in playing games and hont
Mr*. R. A. George Entertsuma.
Last Friday afternoon Mr*. R. A.
George was hostess to the Intra Nous
Book club at her home on Franklin
I street. Her attractive home was
tastefully decorated with blooasing
hyacinths. After playing rook Me*
damea Clove Hal* aad P. A. George
sssisted the hoetees hi serving appe
Triaky Wiy StoW. Cfcampin.
"IV Trinity Chronicle" pidilhAsd
! at Durham under dale of March 17th
reports the basket hall game played
in Raleigh Mar. 11th when the «m»
frees Trinity college played the A. A
E. college team ta a championship
and the score stood tt to 14 la fever
The Ckreatde samplinanu the mm
who played and the students who
stood back of the team and carried a
picture of Manager, K. M. Brim,
sen of T. L. Brim, of Brim. N. C.
who deserve* much credit for hi* ef
ficient management which did SO
much to make it possible te win the
ft* flasrs m hardwoad Md the
•ItrtrM Axturaa >ra lr Imping with
room aad fitting roam tn fumiiM
in walnut with Mo* raga tod upboi
• taring. Bmmm the dining roan
and liltebaii is a eory breakfast aicovn
with built-in aaata, also built-1* cabi
net; on the «ams flaor is bright
sunny ssnring roan, entrance to tha
haaswsnt ard othar rmvsnianeas.
Tha stairway aaeanda in tha back
Hall and am tha aarowd floor arc four
roomm, large clossts, a bath mass with
tila dear and wainacoating, a llnan
>raaa and bailt-in wardrobe. Per
haps tha OMat attractive thing about
the hnaaa, to tha pratical mind of tha
writar, la tha fnat that tha boots la
designed for coatfort, with no waste
apace, and lata of windows to 1st la
God's sunshine and pars air.
/ A Dalightful Party.
Mw. John Sabotta moat delightfully
entertained the Entre Nous book club
at her lovely hom* on Pine itmt
Wednesday afternoon. In addition to
tha club iasmbor« thara war* many
nvitad gueeta pnaant. including Mm.
V. H. Wright. at Whrtwi-Mi. and
XIm Annta Cobb of Durham, house
guests at tha hoateaa.
Tha honaa waa tastefully decorated
with jonquili and farna. The iussH
#ere mat at tha door by Mra. E. H.
Korhtitsky and tha club ■—ban ra
ta vad of thair book. Thay than paaa
ml to Mr*. Sabotta, Mra. Wright, and
Mina Cobb. Thay wara than shown up
staini where Mra. T.J. Smithwickmet.
and diraetad them to tha cloak rooea.
At tha foot of the stairs thay ware
presented with lovely jonquil score
cards by Miss Mallia Hadley.
Progrseeive rook waa played at IS
tables wMh much enthusiasm after
which a MWoaa froten salad course
with c off re waa served by the hostaas
ssetetsd by Mra. Koehtitaky. and
Mlseea Flora nos .Smith and Sallie
Revival at Frimds Church.
.Sunday, March 2S, is the day set
for the beginning of a revival moating
st the Mount Airy Prienda church.
Although the revival is scheduled to
start Sunday morning it la not car
tain that the evangelist will roach the
city in time far that service. It is
assured though that hr will be hare
■for the evening service. 3ci »kss will
be held every evening at 7:S0 at the
church and in addition day meetings
will be arranged at the various shops
The church is exceedingly fortu
nate in securing the services of L. W
McFarland of High Point and John M.
Prrmsr of Graham for this special
(•ffort. Rev. McFarland has served
during the past twenty years success
ive!) and successfully as missionary
to the Indians, rural rhureh pastor,
la.-ge city church pastor, and Yearly
Meeting Evangelistic Superintendent.
He come with the very highest recom
in* «nn|tlutK singer, K*v rer
mar, is a young man who is remain
ing aa pastor of a Friends church at
a PMt personal sacrifice. He is ait
excellent soloist a goad director, and
a man of deep spirituality. He is a
pupil of Harper Garcia Smythe, wSo
was formerly J. Wilbur Chapman's
song director. Mr. Panssr will be
unable to reach the city before Men
day noon but will be here through out
the remainder of the sewicee.
Does Advertising Payf
Does it pay to advertise? this la a
question that people often ask and
here ia an answer frem oar mm
merchants. We recently carried aa ad
for the Carter-Martin farnitara com
pany advertising a spe.-tal sale of
This was a timely a-* and aat folks
ta thinking aheot sew ruga, created a
demand for rags and thmeby helped
their csmpstltms. noticed an »
usual increase In the rag basineee,
aa weO aa Increasing satee for tks
A representative of the Marion
Piano and Furniture house i—ikild
that they would retain the favor tkis
week by advertising a carload of cabt
aets thiroby stimulating tie hitmael
of the public b» kitchen lablmli.
R. t. Df wson. a prosperous farmir
of Routs >, has been a subecribar ta
"1%e Mount Airy News" for M yean
and has never mtaeed bat ana copy ia
all that time. Ha came ta the office
and got that os»e so he has net mtaeed
reading a single issue in U yean.
Wm hmwm thw mmm addad fta
Onldron'i ■—dy f W<
i m uny attractio— hi mm i
ing. Priu iwdwrioni wan
•lagant styles and qnilttio. Wo
lion of tk« lint —wm fad mm wo
bill for spring.
wonoerTui rinf0 or
boat quality gingham*, poreal, Inddy cloth, waist
awn'* shirtings. In fact a r«markabU display of tho BEST IN
will appaal to
that will pmt
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"XT THEN you're doing real work—climbing, stoop*
W ing and bending— ®
That's when you find out what your overalls are good
. far—how strong the cloth really is—
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alls. And it's for just this kind* of hard work that
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