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Ml the flrat nt
to MtM Fbtrm Uwlwlty
i IMr.crt^r, W. Va., iw«( ttw wavk
m4 with Ua fatkar ft,, ft.
tfca —I— for** at
, Jr., toft Pridajr
Ms atadiaa at Tha CHrtil.^
Oarfestan, I. C.
Mr. and Mm. Arrfci*
•anoka, Va., apart las
r Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
8. M. AIM haa ntoMd to
/A daoxhter waa km to Mr. aa9|
nira. Ckarlw Hlatt. at Pilot Maw
tote, at Martin >nyltel M—day.
Latter Bjrrd haa nlwn< to Cfcap
al Hill to mom Us stadias at tha
Mr*. Soloaaon Crews and mm Will
and Jeff Own of Hillaville, V*., art
rintttef friends and nlttlrn Hi tbi*
The mmi at Central MttkeM
will rondaet a food booth at the CaroJ
Una-VirfWa fair. J
Mr. awl Mn. Willi* Wilkinson and
daughter Mia* Dorothy Wilkinson arc
roeata of Mr. and Mn. Oaear Ynkiay.
Mr*. T. G. Fanntt and Mrs.
Armfield hare ntuniad few Staun-J
Va_ where they
Mary Mfila Faweatt in wind.
K. C. Elliott has returned to hial
K. C. Elliott has returned to hi* j
home in South Carolina after a vi*itJ
to Ha wife who it visiting her p»r>
tawPir. and Mr*. J. L Woltt.
Mr. and Mr*. Morgan Simmon* and
baby, of Martinsville, Va., tin awiv
end gueata of Her father W. 4 Mr
J. L. Holloway vill spend the com
ing week and in Hickory. Mrs. Hol
loway and baby will return with him
to make their future home here.
Mr. and Mr*. Ira Htne at Win-I
aton-Salem were visitors at Mr. imU
Mrs. Hugh Hoiromb several day* <m
Misses Lena 8 pinks and Anna
Sehroek of Albemarle were weak end
ta of lfiaa Kathrine Price anH
Mias Louiae Rothrock left Monday
for FarmviUe, Va., to resume her
ttodiea at the Virginia State Teach
William Merritt and Judaon A^shbyii
at*Mount Airy etudenta
mn *** Univ^tty *
Uim PWP«» of Georgia,
•t Pilot Hi
of Mrs. George
Mr*. Victor Hugo Montgomery and
ha* daughter, Mr*. Robert A. Sewell
and family, are viaitmg Mrs. W. A.
an route to Waal
la and New York
«aat Mr. Hawaii and return
to tUr hone in Atlanta, Oa.
Mrs. C. M WMtlock. Mra. Martin
BauMtt, Mra. WllUam Syfccr and
Mn. Barry ImOyk spent laat
Mra. M. 8. Brock at Winaton-Satan
Mr*. Will Brock of
at the bona of Mr.
Mia* tela Butler, at I
rrtdnatl coraetiere, haa amatlj a I
potltl— in the ready to-wear depart -
BP, «f Jackson Broa. store and will
sunt Mra. Victor Horn Montgamerv
m* ctmttm Mra. tSari A. Bewail
0*. About twmty
Liquor and ipttdinf mIm pteH
• prominent part tn
Mm tta Becnrdsr
inc. Foe tta third time ]
*m Mm the court for
Mid for the thM time hr
to reveal tta mm af hia H
nd received a 90 day jail »<-n
Aa hi Um attar eaaaa he ap-1
r. W. Brannock. of Hillaville. paid
■ and tta coat for rackleas driving
and ia not to drfw • ear in this
atoto for two _
Hiatt ran into another car
It 943-M worth and nt
leeurt found Mm guihy and offarad
drop tha ease if ta would pay tta
jam aa*. Thia ta would not do and
appealed hia raaa ta Dotaon court.
Bill Hamland ia not to drive a ear
for M day* for speeding ta taa been
Yancey CoMar waa convicted of
rata.line and aroat serve 12 month*
on tta road*. Sentence doaa not go
Ijnto effect until ta can rather and
market Ma com and tobacco.
Arthua Harri* waa riven a sus
pended sentence of six month* for
utealing and araat show that ta ia
working regular for tta nest 111
Jse Pattoraan waa fined 910 and
tta coat for tatnr drank.
Geo. Parker appealed to Dubeoa
court from a sentence of aix montha
on the mad* for driving a car white
Rev K. Gfbeon Da via.
l it a. m.
Jxim a. BL
& T. r. W 7*0 p. as.
9M p. BL
vicaa Wadnaaday, 9:00 p. as.
Tta pa at or prssthss next Sunday |
■inlug and evening on tta foBea
ing subjecta, "After tta BavH»l
What?" and "Drifting" Good Siiig-j
log. Plain, Practical Preaching. We!
respectfully invite you to all
sarvicaa, not pridefully, or critically,
or aaefcing alighta and defecta. but aa
a sincere worshipper of God in Hia
W. S. Cm of Carroll in
W. 8. Cox. of Dugs pur. Carroll |
county, Vs.. ia a patient in Mart
hospital having submitted to i
operation last Friday. His son Ham
Cot, of Coal wood. w. Vs., has been
in conatont attendance at his bedside |
and his daughters Mrs. W. P. Webb.,
of Freemont, Va, Mrs. Julia Comp
>on, of Welch, W. Va.. and Mias Ini*
R Cos, of Dugspur, visited himj
Tuesday Mr. Cox is doing as wall]
aa can be expected.
A buainesa meeting of tta Ti
Mtrona club waa held Saturday after
noon in tta Iiosm of Mrs. R. J. Lovill.
Two vacancies were filled in the
membership Hat by tta addition of
tta MUMS at Mrs. 0. H. Yokley and
Mrs. WHn Merritt.
Mrs. R J. Lovill a
it and Mrs. Will Hofflngsworth
Mrs. B. H. Willis
sbost^sy^ friandb st^twn parttea.
5tar WednsSr^^entor^st" **
hone on Cherry street.
A hint of sutumn found
in tta flowers and place «
Bank aad bridge wars played in
tta ifternooa and bridge tn tta ev«n
and tta favors
^ hlg^ scors ^prtae^at rook was |
this city wSl ta
at Martin hoapitol In thin oitjr Man.
day ahowt 11 •'•lack Mtowto* m
to Ma Imm iI|Ii> ailn want of Spar
ta Taaaday tor tha fan oral ami tutor
tka Oak Kid** k|M rtoweh to
Carroll auanty, Va.. 8uatoj auriilag.
Tka chore* ta located ahoot 1 arila
tram tha Tmmty Gap mad at tha foot
A larga eraard waa franat and a
Shariff C. H Hajmra left Wadnaa
day far Blrtoaand. Va.. to W aaar
hi* duoghtar Mia* EtM Hajmn who
wilt tmdarsa a fattrr oparation at
St. I.ttkr*! hoapttal, wharw aha la a
H win to iiaiihud that Miaa
HtYim ratarad tha huapttal In tha
aprinc for tralntoc hat har Smith
failed and aha mm haaia for a raat
irtgrnmi aavaral dajra Ma. Sha hoaca
to iraom* tor training by tha flirat
of tto rnrninir jraar.
^^OT^RokcrtMD ia having htmJ
M on the vacant lot corner Olurrl
•ltd flprinr street a new home which
will he two «t,nri— high and witnm
nine rami TV faaru-'attn* work ia
•boat complete and the work la he
tot pushed forward by Mat Hin-n
who has the contract for the comple
tion of the jab.
The special aerie* of revival
vieea which have been to
at the Pint Baptist Churrh came to
a dose tost Sunday night. All to
all it was ane of the finest mating*
which the church baa evsr been per
mitted to sajor. Forty seven ware
baptised last .Sunday night A few
others await the rite. About seven
ty-five parsons will be received into
the membership of the church as
direct result of the efforts made. Mr.
Rhame, who aaaisted ia the
ing bad to have last Thursday
ing. He will enter the Seminary at I
Louisville this week. His work here J
was of the highest type and be left
with the rood will and beat wishes
of these who bscame acquainted with
him to the ministry of song and oth
The pastor of the churrh takes this
means of expressing his gratitude
and appreciation to the people of
Mount Airy, whether member* of hia
congregation or not, who lent him
their prayer* and hearty cooperation
in the work he tried to do. The
church is observing this week, along
with the program of many churches
in tha South, as a week of prayer for
all the denomination interests, both
hpme and foreign.
Mm* Parking — — ^
Beginning next Monday autoiau
of this city will find themselves fac
ing some aew parking regulations.
During the next few month* with the
coming of the fall trade the itreet*
of this city will be congested by the
tocrsaaed auto traffic and the city,
authorities have adopUd regulations
that are —w»u*iJ to relieve the stt
Main street will be i
parallel lines 6 1-1 feat front the curii
and running with the walk, and af
tos being parked will be requited to
keep all afteals within this mark.
East and West Oak streets will bo
marked off on sne lido and pai
will be permitted only where
marked in this ssetton Parking will'
be permitted only on the north aide,
of Neadmore street to WUlow street.
Both sides of Moore street to th
city hall. Pine street Is Marshall's |
residence and PranT lili street to
Central Warehouse, alt will be mark
ed off an both sides allowing « 1-2
feat parking spaos #or ears
The police will have tbeae markings
Miss Msrr Waller, «f Philadelphia,
and Misaea Margaret and Lois Waller |
of Peter* Creek, Va., visited
•later lira. J. 3. Leake an
Main sjpodt toot weofc. \|
vrHW W UN I.
first 'mooting of ths
HALES DEPARTMENT STORE
Buster Brown Snobs
Don't forget the Buster Brown Shoe* for all the
Boys, Girl* and Children. Look for Butir and Tiff*
am the end of the box and it will solve your shoes tmi
I bles for the children.
Ladies Ready-to-Wear and Millinery
Every Exprm is bringing now op to the minute Lodies Suits. Dram. Coats Mid
Dresses from |4U to ftl.H. Cooti from $7.M to Hots from S1.4S to
Everything brood bow, bo enrry overs, ond the very iotost sty lee.
Our business is food. People ore leorninr thst prices do not tell qualftr
Our business for J use, July aad August so for is the beat we ever hod for
those months siace we hove beea in business. And there is o reason—Quality
Merchandise at reasonable prices tolls the tale.
HALE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
S. M. HALE, Pwprioto.
Main on* I room bona* on
Moore At* with all moifc m improT
MU.—om •. rwta bouM, Mala St.
See H. Schafer— tfc
DO TOf WANT Ito bay a |m< k«M
or busineaa <t residence let.—I have
tw» S room hoti»*a, pod condition,
large lota on Hay street, two vacant
lot* idjoininf—Ot.e i room houae,
new, nea. Catho. chturch.—One t
room houae iron ting on Lebanon and
Weat Poplar aureate.—One lot front
ing Weat Poplar street adjoining—
One boainew Tot 80 by 106 on North
Main atreet. adjoining Mount Airy
Peed Store. Dr. J. E. Banner., tfc
FOR KENT—Large storage room an
Dixie atroet, suitable for garae .■
or produce buaineaa. Mr*. P. D.
AUTOS FOB BALK— 1M model
Buiek touring. Ford one-ton truck.
Will trade for Ford roadater. W. L.
Hour water and ligfeta. Waat Ob |
St. Sfr V. H. r«ok. l(M7p
FOR SALE—Om WIMmm Cm'
at a bargain prW. So* or write
Mill, 30 tack Bocka. Good aa n>,
at a bargain price. Soa or write
W. A. Sotpfein. Jr., Moont Airy, N.
C. Roate 1 boa M. 10-1 lp |
FOB SALS m
FOB HALE—Good pair W •%»< ywr
oM mnlea far mET wBI tra^a tar
Mod Know and lot Abo
Sar W E. Caatar at W. 1.
In Velvet and Fek
A new hat always gives
cheerful outlook oa Ufa—If
bit feminine-minded! At the
of a new aeaaon one is always a little 1
wondering if the new Hats are going to he he
coating to one's own particular style of beauty.
This lovely assortment allows one to
easier and sometimes faster—whan a
larly lovely one appears.
"^So*varied w the