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WlMO«JtoI w whaaa ikfy
K. C. BStott af Marian, & C. «Wt
I hia aMar in H ft Wolti Km
of Uh «wk.
. m4 Mrs 0 A. KHtrvll laft
tor a Hay at
1. A. Jackson and dasftibr Mias
athleen Jackson will rm' urn tba laat
of to waak from a trip to Maw Yorlr
Xllr. and lC*iMl«« Htawart aM
Ckaatar and Mr. and Mm. k. E.
th> Galax fair laat
B. M. tnman, of Baltlmora. Md.."ta
•Mtol kin parents Mr. and Mr*. I.
rtoatdlng Elder J. H. Waal, Dr. H.
K. Boysr. Re* G. W. VMnh Mi
G. W. Hot* Mann attended a diatrirt
at Walnot Cava, Wadnoaday
Attaa and Kaimia falgcr
l to Wlnot»n->4aJa« Toe«
_ Dr. Miim paifiaiad aa
for Miaa Pannia Polgar
Caeil Carter laft the first of Um
•A far Witubm-MaR to aaraft a
with the Reynolds Tobaero
Mrs N. C. Marina and daufhtar
Miw Cathartoa laava tha laat m the
waak for Washington. D. C. whare
Miaa Catharina win antar tha Hohon
and Mrs. A. F. Stewart and
and Mrs. R. K. rorraat
and Mr. and Mrs. d. T
and faarily spent Monday at
Ar. and Mrs. W. S. fx* ha»a raJ
JL _, * a »■ » ,| I ■ nt'- — t m
/Turned rrow mi msco trip iMunf vwo
waak* in which thay visited Atlan
ta. Ga.. Chattanooca. Tann.. and m
Dr. M Mrs. C. L. Inman and son
Caarad Jr., of Baltimore, Mi, art
rieitin* hi* parent* Mr. aadMra, *.
M. Inman near thtl* ettjr.
Mr*. 8. B. Doffield. of North
WUkeahoro, ta visit in fr bar mother
Mrs. Julia Abetter and will It ac
eoaipanied home by her little daagh
tar Nttk who spent two waafca with
Mr*. Claade A baker.
thoae attending Galas fair
iwr Mr. and Mm. C. M.
Ball, Miaa^Mary,, Hajliay irth^ Mra
Haynee and daughter Miaa Mary
Lea and bob Looter, and Mr. and Mra.
Miaa Bomgarner, of North WiDua
bora, a former teacher at North
Main school ia now teaching in the
high arhool building
Dr. E. M. Hollingsworth '.eft the
firat of the weak to upend a few
days with hi* aon Zeb and nephew
Pef* Holling* worth who ar* ■ ampins
eight milea beyond WytheriUr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jackson moved
into their , new home on Main (treat
J. 4fc T»ol
1Itk»—WK^and H M. l-ewrtfytr'
Mr. and Mra.Holnnd Hendahew and
children left Wednesday for their
home in Richmond. Va., after (pend
ing three weeka visiting relative* and
Mr. and Mr*. L. I. Martin, Mr. and
Mr*. R. G. Dean and Miaa Annie
Dean have returned from a viait to
Mr. and Mra. M. L. Dean, of Rich
mond, Va., and Dr. and Mrs. C. U
Inman, of Baltimore, Md., they were
met hi Washington by Dr. and Mrs.
Inman. While the party was sight
aeeinr Mr. Dean and nephew Daniel
Dean saw the hall frame betwteen
Boston and Waahington.
T. E. L. Meeting N
The T. E. L. claa* of the First Bap
tist Church will meet at S p. m.
Thursday afternoon with Mr*. W. M.
Johnson, on Lebanon street. It ia
aapecially important for every mem
bar to bit praaent aa both a teacher
and elaaa president are to be elect
Hie local troop of Girl Scoots mat
Maaday afternoon in the home of
their leader, Miaa Elisabeth Merrttt,
and elected the following oAcera:
Virginia Martin, chairman; Annie
Faweott, aacretary: Carrie Taylor.
An all day hike to Jackaon'a flab
oad is beinir planned for next Sat
Mrs. C. F. Clark was twice
Thursday honoring her
It, Miss Effle Neavea. of
gasat, Miss Efl
burg, Va., and
ra^jad Mrs. A. F. Tnrnmyar,
la the afternoon rook was played
at abie tables and in the evening tan
tablae were arranged for brides.
Mrs. Willi* Moore Gentry held tee
arare at bride* and was lewarded
with.* deck of carda while a piece of
Masa was prsasnied to Mra. Turn
layer and a Coty compact to Miaa
» live ta Mount AWj an
ed iwyhp badjbie mTSmj^mIM)
Itk «iM he fad afalntt a mnj Mm
he tM »«Hriin aruixi. In hmdb-a
wond to the mm toMe Ma taa' sH?pad
and threw Mm agataat the larga
A para umd Lawi* te
|^W. C. Lewie A Ca., a new aurrai^
tile firm of Una dtj, will open uf
■ ataak of dry gooda tM tha atera
room family need by J. E. A yen
A Ca., ami an part to be randy fat
bnaiwaai ta about two waeba. TIM
Lewia mmI J. B. Ayara, both of
have wm|M ill
far a number of yaara. Mr. and
Ayara hft far Bnttfcnora Wa
I to ptirrhaae an entire new atorfc of
l»Mb far tba Arm. ^
| K nanda of tba contracting pertlea
in thia city and community will
with intereat of tba marringe of Mra.
Ula Haughton to C. M. Edwarda,
which took piaca ill Chariot teeville
Va., Auguat 28, but war not r.tade
known hara until Monday afternoon.
Mra. Edwarda ia • daughter of tha
late William Mitchell, ofThe Hollow,
thia city bar homa
ia Now York
I Mr. Edwarda mat hor in Charlott
"wrville and after their marriage and
wadding trip ho returned to thia cMy
leaving bar hi Btaanton, Va., where
nituro Co., of thia city, aad loft Mon
day afternoon to Join hia bride.
Aa ha waa leaving ba made known
tha fact and date of tha marriage.
Both Mr. and Mra. Edwarae ara
many frtende regret SKr* dtrtnion
White PImmmi Hick School
Tha White Plaina High school will
open for tha fall term Monday morn
ing, Saotember tt, 1924. Wa should
ba glad to have every pupil preeent
the opening day and every day there
There will be a get-together meet
ing at the achool building on Satur
day night. September loth Owing
to the buay season thia meeting U
railed for Saturday night inatead of
the morning of openinr day. All
toerenta. children, friend*, and citi
Isena of the community are urgently
'requeated to he praamt at thia meet
Dr. Cundiff to Locate Here.
Dr. 8. A. Cundiff, of laurel Fork,
a., waa in the city laat week ami
completed hia plana for moving t«
Mount Airy ami enraging in thr
practice of hia pmfeaaion. that i«
apecializing in dlaeaaaa of the eye
ear, noae and throat. Hr ha* pur
chased the equipment of tlw late Dr
II. R. Rowe and will occupy the sam«
irootns that were fitted up by him^>
[VJfr. Cundiff baa iteen a practicing
phyaician for more than 16 year?
and recently returned from New Yori
City where be apent a year takini
apecial couraaa in the treatment oi
ci I Hi 'ft
Dr. Cundiff ia already well knowr
to many of our ritixeni having mar
ried a aiater of O. B. Webb, of thia
He expecta to move here with
* few 4
the next few day*.
FOR SALE—One lot 7t x ZM ft. oa
Taylor street. A bargain for quick
aale. Shade and fruit treee. See C
F. Melton. It)
MU Ohmi aad
lalsm savage. Wt—iu
Mi« Mary ««■ i
Halt, IimMm, Vs.
, nard. tiamBs and IiMMm Own,
Cfnltwa, Elisabeth A.hby
apwiefc, M. C. C1T,
tar, Collate Pat* aaar Atlanta. On.,
Aram Cartar, Joe W.
Jaknaon, Albert CowwM, I
Chapel Hill. Mm RWA, »
UnlveraKv, Louiafcarg, Ph.. Wa
Davia, Charles Hay a— Wafce f«
Kdgar Webb, University a# North
u PkmI Ida Hill fl», Aa ,
* wdb. rorJr^ ^l^tzmSs^z
Irr. B. GMnmhi Davia, pater
the First Maptiat Churrh, waa the
•fa vary appropriate gift
I evening whan a la»w»
a# Ma friends praasntsd htm
a Ford coup*. fully equipped with
rstras, together wtta Both state
and rtty license, and with full tanks
gas and oil. ^
Mr. Davia ha* been rondncting a
moat awcwafd series of awthiii at
Ma rtrardl for tke paat two week* and
hi* wrmimi and the work be Is do
ing m tke rtty aa impressed hta
that they adopted this lethod
of showing to the paatar their aa
prariation of Ma good work In the
rnui r at*m«rr*
5. C. Stewart «C*.a N«w
C. fltewAt tk Co.. wholesale pro^
ire aam located in their
_ on Willow street Just
off Franklin. This is one of the
moat haadaniai buildings ia the city
and is It * M feat, two stories high,
built of brick with cement brick front.
The first .Toor will be Dead for the
handling of produce and later an
Mr. Stewart plans to pat ia a cold
storage plant for keeping vegetables,
drssasd poultry and ies cream. The
plant will consist of three reums far
thaae articles and also an
manufacturing equipment. On the
second floor m being fitted ap squip
thts —"Winery used for
COULD NOT LIVE
Aiiiwi Bat LjSm E.
Kentucky. - "I w** rra
, with no appatiu. Mj
aide bad given me
trouble for five or
six year*. At times
It was ail I could do
to live, and the doc
r said I couldn't
I live but a short time
longer without an
operation. That waa
two ysara ago. My
Intended Lydia K.
one of her neighbors suffered just tike
did, and it cured her. After 1 had
taken four bottlea the pain left my aide.
I had a line appetite to eat anything
before me, and I began to
♦^iat wis pot L _ W
do all my work and my washing, some
thing 1 hadn't done for years, lama
ker, and thia last fall I began
ering with my aide agabi, so l began
taking the Vegetable Compnund again.
1 am on my fourth bottle, which makes
eight in all I have taken. I feel so much
better when I take It mi everybody
teila me I look better. My appetite
improves and 1 feel stiuugat ia every
< way. I am a vary nervous woasan and
I it seeme to help roy nerves aomedt."—
Mrs. Makil. Walu-r, 'ilaagow, Ky.
Am—dmut to Piwmwh List Cara)iM-Vir|iau Fair 1924
1. Bull three yean old or over 16.00 10.00
2. Bull two yean old and under three.. 16.00 10.00
5. Bull Calf under one year old 7.60 6.00
4. Milch cow three yean old or over .. 16.00 10.00
6. Milch cow under three yean old .... 10.00 7.60
6. Heifer calf under one year old 7.60 6.00
7. Herd of Jersey Cattle 26.00 12.60
Jersey Breed en Association—46 pure bred Jerseys, in
last year—100 now in county.
Easy Terms Band Concert
American Realty & taction Cc.
\ of /as/iM/fotid
oar handa m fitting tribute to
life that has flow*. When
you orwrt oh of oar nniarUk
yon reveal jroar appreciation
for )-oor abeent lortd onea
W. D. Haynes & Co.
1M N. Mala Sc, ML Airy, IL C
If you are planning
to buy a lighting plant—
BE SURE you investigate the J. B. Colt system of Carbide
gas lighting, cooking and ironing before you decide.
Lower in original cost than other plants of equal value,
55% cheaper to operate than an electric-light plant (accord
ing to published statements of the Wisconsin Agricultural
College), and furnishes the light that science says is
nearer to sunlight than any other artificial illuminant.
The highest insurance authorities agree that Carbide-gas
is safer than the illuminant it replaces.
No complicated mechanism to get out of order—no parts
to replace—no fuel br lubrication. The J. B. Colt system
requires only recharging (average two or three times a year)
with Union Carbide, and removal of residue which then
gives service as whitewash, soil corrective or germicide.
And remember—besides lighting, this system furnishes
gas for cooking, ironing and water-heating.
The J. B. Colt "pit-type" plant is installed in a convenient
place in the yard, out of the way and away from the buildings.
Very liberal terms of payment allowed. Have a Colt
man tell you the whole story.
J. B. COLT COMPANY
(addiiM aaarM brmmck)
Oldcat and ItifcM manufacturer* of Carbide lighrf-g
and cooking plant* in the world
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