North Carolina Newspapers

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NBW YOBK \ . Two of tS*41mt of Ihe new Fall fadflons to make
fiMir apoearanee la the foU-lenglh fitted coat, left, and the two-pieee
frock, right. The fitted eoat, in dark red and nary tweed mixture, ^
aqnare ahouWeiB achiered by a box pleat in the top of the Bloeva The
afcirt aiatehes the coat The two-piece frock 1* a patterned jacquard eaah-
mere. The enff and pocket e^chtga, a* Well aa the button* are yellow
eyelBWw dotaof blaek and yellow la the desigB of the fabria
' THEATRE
Ahraya the Beat Show Valnea
i» Town . . . Air Conditiom d.
• Theatre
TODAY & THURSDAY'
“5TRANDED”
BAT FRXMCIS, GEa BRENT
PhiB Comedy and News
SATURDIAY, AUG. 17
Big DouMe-Header
KEN MAYNARD in
“Strawberry
Roan”
BUCK JONES in
'Tigliting Code”!
iBdl ine beginning ot the big-
gBitjdupter play ever shown—
*rrtE ROARING WEST**
With BUCK JONES.
Also Good Snappy Comedy
Roosevelt Signs Bill Giving insurance
Against Evil of Age, Unemployment
I State Revenue Collections j President Happy As He Puts
I For l»t 12 Days of August, Social Plan Upon Stat-
j Shown To Total $2*971,000] ’ ute Books
Raleigh, Aug. 14.—Tax collec
tions through August 12, ran to
$2,-971,000, and if the revenue
department had been able to cast
up today what has come In since
there probably would have been
another |10,000 for each day.
From now until late in the
month sales taxes will pour in
and the department expects at
least 13,500.000 to be gathered
for August. That will be almost
double the collections of August
a year ago and the surplus will
go piling up. All the signs sup
port the belief that the state is
going to run heavily into the
black. .
MONDAY & TUESDAY
August 19 and 20
“Dfl For the
^.ampsofChma”
?AT O’BRIEN. JOSEPHINE
^jrUTCHISON. JEAN MUIR
and LYLE TALBOT
Pllis Comedy, News and Car*
toon in Colors.
WEDNESDAY
i 3NBiiIy Day—10c To Everybody
^ ^ ANN SOTHERN, JACK
«,HiALEY, ROGER PRYOR
■ Girl Friend’
Also Comedy and Cartoon
COMING
THURSDAY ^ FRIDAY
By Popular Demand
99
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“HeB’s Angels’
toward Hughes’ multi-million
■'Aiilatr air spectacle with Jean
^ :i! IViriow, Ben Lyon and James
c- .. The greatest and most
.^irilling air pictnre ever pro-
daeed.
Comedy and Latest News
‘-W Events.
-COMING SOON—
"Becky Sharpe." “Love Me
Forever,” ‘ Orchids To You,”
“Curley Top,” “In Old Ken-
tncky,” “Farmer Takes a Wife”
and many more to come to en
tertain you during the hot
Bonths.
: May Buy Increaned —
Allotment For Tobacco
Washington, Aug. 14.—Con
tracting growers of flue-cured
to^bacco whose production ex
ceeds their allotments may ob
tain immediately increased al
lotments on a basis ot tour cents
a pound by applying to the coun
ty agricultural agents, it was an
nounced today by the AAA.
The purpose of this amend
ment to an administrative rul
ing is to take care growdrs on
markets which opened early and
who are finding it difficult to
secure additional allotment cer
tificates. Under the old ruling
growers with production in ex-
Whshington, Aug. 14.—Presi
dent Roosevelt today signed into
law a social security program he
said would, “provide for the
United States an economic struc
ture of vastly greater sound
ness.”
“This social security measure,’’
Mr. Roosevelt added, "gives at
least some protection to 30,000,-
000 of our citizens who will reap
direct benefits through unem
ployment compensation, through
old-age pensions and through in
creased services for the protec
tion of cbiWron and the preven
tion of ill health.’’ ■ *■
The President spoke into sound
cameras crowding the White
House cabinet rooin after his
pen welded to the statute books
the security program molded in
studies begun more than a year
ago. It was seven months going
through tne house and senate.
The law sets up systems of
old-age pensions and unemploy
ment insurance, and special care
for dependent children and mo
thers. anf. contains a hu^e tax
program to raise the necessary
funds.
Praises Congress for Work
About him stood Secretary
Perkins, Chairman Harrison,
Democrat, Mississippi, of the
senate finance committee. Chair
man Doughton, Democrat, North
Til* meeting o( the Worth bar-
:olliUi Republleen exeehtire-Vom- ^hleide.
Septediher ll^ /Ohalfmen W. C.
Meeklu enopBiteed et hia heme
mlttee wi^be held the week of
In Henderaonville l|ut night
Preliminary plena for the;lfi86
campaign in the State will ^be
dlaenaaed at thia 4meeting, 'Mr.
Meeklne- said. He has been in
contact with State party leaden
by telephone, by letter, and
through' personal $ contact, mak
ing plana for the campaign to be
preaented et the meeting,
Cork U«m1 In Modona
Roof Koop Monaoe Warm
In Winter, Cool Summer
African explorers protect
themselves from the merciless
tropic snn by wearing helmets
lined with Cork. An inanlating
lining of cork is also used to
preserve food supplies as they
are transported crosp-country in
refrigerator cars. Your own Ice
box at home is probably cork-
protected against the heat of
your kKchen. Have you ever won
dered why? Simply because heat
will go through cork about as
rapidly a s you could walk
through a brick wall!
Now you can put a root on
your home that combines the in
sulating value of cork with the
weather protection of slate. A
leading manu(acturer of roofing
materials has perfected a cork-
insulated shingle that has an
outer surface of durable slate
and an under surface of cork;
and between the two—welding
them together, is a layer of
tough, heavy, asphalt-impregnat
ed felt.
These cork insulated shingles
are fire retardent and weather
proof. They are offered in col
ors to meet the most exacting
requirement. It is said that a
cork insulated shingle roof will
keep a ho Use warmer in winter
because it keeps the beat in;
and cooler in summer, because it
keeps the heat out.
Foley, 14.*.t*iA&
btUeryd’' killed
the maglstnite^’'tfbd ^rted- him
prison, add thfin ^eommiittbd
Police. Mgfistrate Hack-
ahee knu fognd ahot tp; in
bia.office here, clatchlng a .np^
reading: “Ypn have tried me, bat
yoo’U never,Airy anybody ^glee/,.,
,Nehrby lay , fatally woundm)
William P^rtpn, SO, fanner,
who, offiperB aaid, ^^wipa bound
over to the grand Ipry on .a tree-
para charge In Judge Williams’
foort Mwt January.>S ) ^
Peterson was duly dndict^,
tried, convicted and sentenced to
a brief prison term. He recently
was released aifd returned home.
Authorities were told that
Peterson had threatened to “get
Jndge Hnckabeei whom he ap
parently held responsible for bis
imprisonment.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our grate
ful appreciation to all the neigh
bors and friends for the kind
ness and sympathy extended
dnr^g the illness and death of
our dear mother and grandmo
ther.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN A.
is: ehot sod UUe4 Mist -¥it«iala
Selgh,^ her' * hnallaiid'a beauttful
SSt-year^ld blondO' eecrotairf
wM lived at thefiir home. ‘ - ' *
"I shot her*->il hhot her,." Mra^
Reiazoan shopted, h^f hystpri-
ealfy 'io,'police,. She sirid'ber hus
band ba'd beeh “top '’fflendiy”
vilth Mliw Belgh.
> HANDICAPPED '
■ Girl (to pnPbsrnied’^driver);
“For goodnetis' sakP; use two
handB.'’S-
Driver: “Can’t. GpUa drive
with pne,'.\;:
nigbt 'wheh^n^fOT*''f^m, Plftok
at. Montoiaire. 'nqar heye., Bate
son, while riding on a* Junthpr;.
truck with li other persons.
drlvc« by ’OrPirer- fieverlyr^^ ^at
tempted'fP Jhmp off-the •tracic
and back on agafn in an ,^fort _
jfo o^tg^,anotI^r,^t on’^ ^ha“
'WEU.V X-
“Thomas, I do not llkP~eaK
my chauffeurs by their Christian^'
names—what is your surnanwt’’'
“Darling, madam.” -. „
“Drive on,Thomas.” ^
You Can Always Save On Your
Drug Reids
No Complications Blocking
Grants For Schoed Buses
cess of allotments could obtain
additional allotments only after j Carolina, of the house ways and
mean.s committee,
.sales had -been completed by
contracting gfbwers with allot
ment deficits.
SHERIFF ASKED TO
KEEP EYE ON GIRL
Greensboro, Aug. 14.—Sheriff
Joe S. Phipps yesterday received
an unsigned letter asking him to j Elizabeth City, Aug. 14—John
look after the writer’s daughter. | Horne, former Edenton cotton
and Senator
Wagner, Democrat, New York,
and Representative Lewis, Demo
crat, Maryland, who originally
introduced security bills.
Raleigh, Aug. 14.—No compli
cations have' appeared to inter
fere, with the application of the
statb school commission for a
grant of $450,000 from the pub-
1 i c works administration to
launch a “million dollar’’ school
bus construction project, LeRoy
Martin, executive secretary of
the commission, reported today
upon bis return from . Washing
ton. ■
The state will put up $550,000
to match the federal grant ex
pected.
Man la Drowned
ESTRANGED HUSBAND
DECAPITATES WOMAN
Gastonia, Aug. 14.—Apparent
ly a victim of cr^ps,^ Thomas
Whitman, 25-year-old High
Shoals textile worker, drowned
today in South Fork river, near j
High Shoals.
His brotheb-in-law, who was
swimming with him, said WTilt-!
man went down suddenly. When
}his body was recovered 30 min-1
utes later, rescuers said the *
heart was still beating, but ef
forts at resuscitation were futile.
He does not quite see how he is
going about it.
The letter, in principal part, is
as follows:
“Mr. Sheriff Phipps: I v.*ant
to warn you to please watch
and . I give
' my girl warning and she won’t,
mind me. I don’t want my girl to
do wrong. I want you to watch
her for me and stop tbia car rid
ing and don’t let them be to-
gethep.’VfY 1 i .
The letter' was signed, -^Vroin
a frieiid.” »'
Read Jqptnal-
aw
BEGIN WORK NOW ON...
Eall Knit Suits
and Dresses
,^NEW SAMPLES AND STYLES IN
j;3ernat^s Line of
Beautiful Yams
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AT
BOOK&:GIFT SHOP
^ HRsf W. W. FBNNEIX, Knlt^
mill employe, was being held in
the Pasquotank county jail here
today for safe keeping after he
had nearly severed his wife’s
head from her body with a raz
or and then turned the blade on
himself, inflicting wounds on his
neck and wrist, not considered.
fatal by ^ysicians.
c^^' occqyred (tt
Bll^^ ^tton- ihHl where his
estq^ged' wife .was at wpfk,. At
ajujit 8 o’clock Horne is saidi to
hare approached his wife; from
the rear and slashed her throat.
.’..4^ was broi^b’-here by anibu-
iance from a doctor’s o^ice by.
Sheriff J. A. Bunch, of jChbtvan
county, and Chief of Pollie G. A.
Helms, of Edenton, whp said
they fear^ mob violence Yrould
develop If florne were allowed to
remain In Bd.enton. 4-*'-'-
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Deatk Clainu Highway Man
Elkin, Aug. 14.—Olon A.
Richardson, 36, died suddenly
from a heart attack this morn
ing at the home of hla fathqr-ln-
law, William J. Snow, on Qwyn
for several years, and yfii$erday,
avenue.
His health had ibeen impaired
upon his physician’s advieei he
came over from his businara of
fice in Reldsvillo to Join hla fam
ily which was visiting here for
a rest. He was a son of Mrs. U.
C. Richardson and the late, Mr.
Richardson, prominent family of
Asheboro.
After his graduation from
J North Carolina State College in
1921, Mr. Riohardsoii became as-
I sociated with the engineering
staff of the' State Highway Com-
' mission in the district - office
here.
It will be a pleasnre for me
to fit you up with a new suit of
clothes. , I am anxious to show
yon the new patterns tor fall.—
Dewey Parker at the Goodwill
Pflpt, Store.
Teteber—“lf>a number of cat
tle is eaUed a herd and a number
of sheep la called a floeA what
oamsls i>f
Uttle^ Joiiaar^“A>^carU)B.” “
WAWADS
ART LESSONS—See or write-
. Mrs. Ruby Pendley. 8-15-lt
FOR SAIiB: Two fweh Jersey
• Cows. See B. J. Brown at
Wilkes Bakery, 8-15-lt-pd
POR SALE—Gemum ptdlce pup-|
r pies; See Julius Brock at
The G. P. Store. Itp
■■MMraBraaraMraraBarararaBBraa
LOST DO€i—Lost In town, white,
blaek and grey. Solid grey
heajd. Female. Any tntorma-
Uoii will be appreciated. 1. M.
Eller. 8-6-tt
£i|| |y|C Any eUe devrieped
rlldJfll3 and printed, SOe per
ran, cash with order. One dUraond
print frra with each reU. Bx^
S rlnta 8« each. TanwU’s Sti^
tts StotJon Bldg., North Wilkes-
boro, N. C. 8-11-tf
PEACHES
High qnaUty canning Peat^ee
for sale; Elberta, Hale, Brackett
and other varietiee.
a H. OPITZ, Oakwoods, N. C-
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
of North Wilkeeboro Township
I wiU be at the Wilkes Tie &
Feed Store on Wednesday and
Thursday, August 21 and 22, for
the purpose of vaccinating dogs
against rabies as required by law.
enac.ted'at the last session of the
general.assembly. Will also vaccl-
ogte any'date at my store
. /; ■ ■;’A B.'.wiNCLEfc ,
kigector for WU-
CAUDILL
,^ND
FAMILY.
Horton’S
PENNEY
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MEN’S
Wash Pants^
Of Strong Cotton TwW-
ic
Inexpen^'enough fofj
work-“plenty smart for^
dress wear 1 Semi-slack,
model, cut full and roomy.;
Siaes 29-42. Cool and sturdy.;
A “buy” at this price!
SANFORIEZD DRESS
PANTS
I «1.4«
NeaCpractical, low priced!
Sanforized — won’t shrink!
semi-slack style with
b^-tacking and reinforce
ments at points of strain!
Values!
BOYS* SAN/ORIZED
WASH PANTS
Grey ond ton print stripes!
Lightweight! Cool! Full cut and
roomy—they can’t shrink! Sanfor
izing prevents it! Built for hard
wear! Hurry .. . they'll sell fast at ‘
this price! We’ve sizes for all boys!
Oxhide OVERALLS
Mode To Wear
75c
Tested quality,
triple stitched,
with eight pock
ets. Re-inforced.
Sanforised Seersuckerl
WASH I
PANTSi
■Cool comfort at a bargain^
price! Striped seer8uck«r|
pants, Oiat won’t shrink, iit^
{regular or slack style. jPultj
jcut, double stitching! ^
Pleins—Foneies
.49*
Broadcloths in
white and solid
colors. Fancies
in percales. FnlL
cut Real vaiurarf
Boyi’ ii«i .
nsc
•orr
PANTS
Onat savincs here! Besidra^
hadSes. Siaradto ia. ' ,
Black and white stripe
WORK PANTS
Quolky! Vohe!
5
98c
Give them hard
est wear! Regu
lation style, mer
diom weight.
Stripe'or shark
skin twill. Great
bargains I
Hi
Merits Sanforized Covert
WorfcPanta
Neati practiad, low prieedt
Saaforif sd—won't skrink! MaA''
^aemMaek style with bar-tadcUig
' and reittlbreemeiits at points et
'strainl VahMsI
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^NORTH WILKESBQRO, N. C.
    

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