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W oae booth for
the precinct. la pi
>11 tie candidates f<
tr office* of both parties last bo oa
sUrtori go oa on* shoot, and
township candidates of all parties go
am the same shoot. At the head of
the ticket is the naase of the party
candidstes. Republican and Demo
crat, and arfcere the straight ticket
is Toted the roter simply makes a
cross mark at the head of the list.
Oa the reverse side of the ballot Is
required to be printed the far-simile
signature of ihr Chairman of the
Board of El>-ctions. and these sre to
I* delivered to the several Registrar*
m packages of fifty, the Chairman
taking receipt from tin- Registrar for
them. When the ballots are count
ed those voted and those not voted
must lalloy with the number to the
Reristrar. By this aiethod the bal
lots are fll in the hand* of the elec
tion officials and no one except the
Crty wishing to vote is allowed a
To carry out the provisions of the
new ballot law for these nine coun
ties will require several thousand
dollars additional expense on the
part of the counties as the law
states that the counties shall bear the
estimated that it will cost the county
at least IVOno more than under the
system that will be used by the other
ninety-odd counties of the state.
Noted Mm to Speek Here
The farmers of the county art look
ing forward to the coming of Oliver
J. S»nd», of KidHBon4, to tiria county
when he will ipeak in Mount Airy
Saturday afternoon at two o'clock ir.
the intareat of the Tobacco Coopera
tive Aaaoriation. Mr. SaiMia ia one
of the leading hanker* of the Sooth
and ia recogaiaad aa a my able
boatneea Bitn. When the fane en or
ganiaed the'r aaaoriation for the mar
keting of t Amm Mr. Sand* waa ao
by the organ iaatian aa Ma
adeiasr along ftna-u-*«l
t i tow through hia
that the I
taM Mailed or left in The Newa of
fice wOl not to publlahed If you eae
an Hea that yea aent onaigned print
ed in our pa par M ia a aigti that aone
we were aMe to rertfy it We
M to km newa tot nut know
(tree it Thia ia far the pro
• of the public aa well aa ear
- • 1
of the tuaaty what!
km voted a mimJ
art tarnt getting started
the town nd coon try. 81s school
bain convey the children of the
country to aad from their he
At Dohaoa the enrollment hi
day m the new building. which is he
ma oaad for tha first time. This
school employs eight teachers and on
tha first day enrolled a total of 163
children, with 4* hi the high school
Three hatsct art oaad to carry child
ren from a distance. .
Diw From hsjwriaa
B. Prank Scott of Shoals diad at
Martin Memorial hospital Friday af
ternoon from inJmias i waited from
a falling tree which he had sawed
down. When the tree fell it lodged
in another one and <>ne of the large
Ihnbe flew back and struck Mr.
Scott the blow breaking his back
which caused his death 24 hours later
in the hospital where he was rushed
Mr. Scott was one of the most
prominent citizens of hit community
and it is said the largest crowd in
the history of the county attended
the funeral services Saturday at
Shpals Baptist church. More than
100 automobiles were in the funeral
procession and H required an hour
for the large number of friends to
pass by tha remains and look upon
their departed neighbor for the last
time on this earth.
Republican* to Organize i
* Coolidge Club \
Republican County Chairman 0. 9
Webb has issued • call for a meet
ing of all members at his party to
be held in this city Saturday night
for the purpose of organising a
Coolidge-Dawes Club. Altar organ',
izing and the election of officers,
plans will be formulated for a can
vass at the county in the interest of
the party^At the same misting the
Republicans of Mount Airy t ova ship
will he called upon to nominate a
candidate for Recorder in addition te
a full township ticket Judge Lew
ellyn is the Democratic nimiaii far
this office, having been islsctsd by
Jamas DJ^wi^JMsi After
Following an illness at mors thaq
a year Jamas D. Lowry, one of
Mount A try's oldest eMms. paasad
away last Thursday aMrnlng at the
home of Ma mm, Arthur Lowry, on
Keener street, about 71 years at age.
Mr. Lowry had been a rsatdsnt of
thls dty almost from his youth and
for M years Seas associated with his
hrnthsr T. J. Lowry, hi ths printing
held from ths home by Dr ■. K.
Boyer, pastor of Central Msthudlst
church, of which the deraased waa a
mssaber, and the rsmslns hitsiisd In
Ed Valentine, oi tkt Pilot Moun
Un iwtin. died at Martin Measor
ial hospital k«t Saturday morntef
from • pistol bull* wound he had t»
c*M two waaks baton Than is
much mysury surroaodmc the dsath
of this num. who wti about M jnan
of at* Upon his arrival at tha hoa
p tal M was found tha* a pistol hul
let had entered his abdomen and
there nev*r was any hope of his re
•overy. He never talked Bark about
the sec (dent only to aay that he ae
•idrntly shot himself with an aoto
•aatir pistol, yet thoae familiar with
•hesr weapons cannot understand
how he could possibly through acci
dent hold it sa that the bullet would
otrike as it struck him. Tha officer*
have tried to fat some connection
with tha nrrident account b»tt tliey
cannot unravel anything ahnvt it.
Valentin* was not married and was
a son of John Valentine, who live*
on Factory utreet this city.
Jurors For October Covrt
First Week—J. ML Isaacs. J. M
Chilton, C. S. Barnes, Oris Franc*.
J. W Barker, 8. W Fulk. J. P. Lewis.
R. 8. Fowler, J. A. Sparr<*r, Frank
Taylor, J. R. Barker. C. W. Taylor.
Matt Collins, G. E. Harrey. R. 8.
Scott, C. B. Franklin, It L. Carson,
W. F. She!ton. U. H. Eldridge.Joe
W. Badfett, Joe A. Kirkman. P. L.
Trotter, C.W. KIdennan, J. M. Callo
han. C. E. Collins. J. P. Owens. J P.
„ Loor. I.
E. Bedsaul, L. P. Venable,
Cockerham, John Adkins,
~ t<t jTa "
Snead, J. A. Lonr. J. W. Jo
E. Bedsaul, LP V enable,
Low*. R. B. Short. T. H. Harris.
B Second Week—R. 8. Poindexter R.
N. Leftwich. A. L. Wilson. J. W. Mat
thews, Geo. H. Badfett, j. M. 8m Hh,
P. G. Lowe. W. TWhlte, M. C. Gen
try, Irs D. Ferguson, J. M. Thomp
". R. Thompson, W. C. Prseneu.
Welch, C E. hartley, Jee Hilt.
T Hunt. T. J
The stewards of the church win
I mee^-at 7 P. M. every Tueeday from
no* until conference. V
1/ Beautiful aew pulpit furniture an&,
a communion table to match have
been presented to the church by two
ladies of the charch.
Mrs. P. A. Owen will entertain her
Runday school class Thursday at 4:t0
Dr. H. K. Boyer has returned from
Winston-Salem where be attended a
meeting of the Board of Trustees of
the Children's Home.
Children's Home to
Fundi have been contributed for
buildings to house 260 children.
I The Mission Stodr daas will
at 8 P7m.
with Mrs. J. H.
to plan fo
Dixie Hint, wUM foe pnp
or prodoc toww. Mrs. F D.
Hull —> tic.
AUTOS FOB SALE—1M0
_ Ford on*-ton track,
for Ford roadster. W. L.
FOB SALE—Om Iw twi Nfaa
u new. One good
L Sao B F. Law
Airy, N. C. Boot# 4. ltp
FOB SALE—Ftee Loo Cm>i, For*
cotton land. On-- mi'o
from town of
Saaford. First class school facilities
including high ickooL on* mile Lib
oral terms. For further information
«rite D. B. Teagoe. San ford. N
C. 11 4p
LOST! LOST—(toe white sad Mack
Sotter female dog. S 1-2 year* old.
also female pap six month* old,
marked same as old dog. These
dogs left home Sunday - even
ing. Will pay liberal reward for re
turn or for information leatLn* to re
covery Clove Lewellyn, Dobton, N.
C . Sept. It. lfM. ltc
FOB SALE—Ford tounnr car in
first class .-rendition. See J. F.,
Allred. Cherry St.. Mt. Airy, N. C. J
POSITION WANTED—While girl
desires position with small family
to do general house work. Call at
1S1 Price street. ltp.
FABM FOB BENT—Contain* 300
acres, at station, nod roads, dose
to school and church, good outbuild-1
ings, high state of cultivation Paulo '
Micheli. Mattaox. Va. lO-lOp
FOB SALE—-Good pair ai eight year
old moles for sale, will trade for
house and lot. Also nice saddle
See W. E. Cantor at W. J.
FOB SALE—One Williams Cora
Mill, 20 tech Bocks. Good as now.
at a bargain price. 8m or write
W. A. Sutphin. Jr- Mount Airy, N.
C. Booto 2, box SO. 10-llp
OB SALE or reat—New eight
hows om Lebanon SL All ■
r cotton rram «tock raking
jwrt anything bar*. Beat
and public roads la OtorfW.
*ell at a bargain, Sam Warrant »-l»p
. lfc; stow,
12 1-fc. Whan yoa bay Mm ms
C. Council 11-ltp
LUMBER FOB BALE—Call aad aoo
Woodruff at aew boose on Church
Tomateaa for raaahm.
M *r see T. BAat
What more pleating way of within* a
speedy return to health for a nek
friend than to send roar wage
with Flow em? Send Van Lindley»
Flowers. Largest Florist in the South.
W. & Wolfe Drug Co.
YOU SHOULD NAME
IK sum COUNIY LOAN & TRUST CO.
AS YOU* EXECUTOR FOR THE
When You Hart Left the Room
w. E. MERRTTT Ca
DKVOE PAINT AMD VAftillSH PRODUCTS
Whose Judgment May Be Trusted
to Manage Your Property?