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. kOled 89 persona in
bzinar the first ledpetioar
more than a year and, so
were available, the
konder any similar ipoath
fatalitiea have been
3tif a yfiar ago produced 70
!«aiha-.and 506 injuries against
ilaly 1086 figures of 88 deaths
accidents. Thus there is
amanalous situation of an in-
: Bomber of casualties with
kOUngs. This is easily ex-
by the better workman-
;.OB ttie cars and the greater
in them when they do go
the preceding six months
^veglstered rises. January of
^ year yielded 90 deaths against
in January a year ago. Febru
ary had ^ against 78 last year
28 days. March re-
OHJChOO . . . Sleaaoie Baymoad,
It, tahaed konewoiaaa with a eir-
MB k to |eit the '*blg top” at the
end «f the eeaaoa to bMome the
bride of Wm. Veedt Jr., son of the
kte neddeat vt the Chicago Btee'
Randolph Woman and
Her Son Are Killed
had 72 agaiaat
_ 76 to 71, and June fifif
fh 86.., Thiw, right in the middle
’at the tEiar when the trend rises
the stategfiats a cut of one under
Asheboro, Aug. 19.—Mrs. Geo.
Simmons. and her eight-year-
old son were almost instantly
killed near here tonight when an
oil truck crashed into a stalled
ea fk trying to get to a
he Italians are considered the
talkative people in the
_ irld; the American Indians the
1 ^Snost reserved.
Travel By Bus
Three bases daily are now operating on a schedule through
North Wilkesboro to Winston-Salem and Bristol. Vs. Buses
have North Wilkesboro for Winston-Salem and points east at
9:46 m 3;30 p. m. and 7:20 p. m.
Leave North Wilkesboro for Bristol 8:30 a. m„ 2:30 p. m. and
7:90 r>. m.
At Winston-Salem direct connections are made with Greens-
bi^ Raleigh, Richmond, Norfolk, Banville and all points
North. At Bristol connections are made for all points west.
Leave North Wilkesboro 9H10 a. m, 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
for Lenoir, Morganton, Marion and A^eville.
East bound buses make direct connection for Statesville, Char
lotte and points south.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL LOCAL AGENT
GREYHOUND BUS UNES
Telephone 215 North Wilkesboro, N. C.
TTn«w*»nga evm V where know that the poatpooo-
mfnt nf neaded repairs is cotly. Rorfaadcidewall
leaks frequently cause damage to the .home and
fonnahings in excem of the repain required. Why
not save money by making repoin NOW?
tm national housing act *
enables you to have this work done at once sod to
pm the money bade in easy monthly instalbaenta
ertenifing over a period as long as 36 months. Coma
In mid let us tell you about it.
BEGIN WORK NOW ON...
Fall Knit Suits
NEW SAMPLES AND STYLES IN
Bernat’s Line of
THE BOOK & GIFT SHOP
MRS. W. W. FENNELL, Knitting Instructor
Niswt jrom'Honi ^
Roiidtt 2 Section
RONDA Route 2. Aug. Ifi—K
Miss Era Lee Pardne was deli|d>t-
ed with her visit to'Tarboro. AU
bath in the Atlantic and stay on
her way home in Winston-Salem.
This viU^ and . route had an
unusually large number of srit-
imsses in court last week.
Mr. 0. Di: Bentley and Mr, Geo.
Harvey Sale called for a shorty
while Wednesday-evening at ^e;
later’s fatiier, 'Worth Sale..
Hr. Charlee Craven, of North
Wilkesboro was in Ronda on busi
ness last Friday. On his way he
dropped in to see his tmekar in
early boyhood. Miss Mattie E.
Sale. She was indeed, g^ad to
have him call.
Mrs. Alvin Dockery, of Rusk,
home-maker for rural rehabilita
tion for ERA/ gives the following
which should be of particular in
terest to housekeepers in the
tobacco belt: “In preparing beans,
tomatoes, apples or peaches for
canning prepare them in the usu
al way for cold pack, fill jars,
tighten lids and place in your to
bacco bafn when temperature
reaches 140 degrees. Leave them
not less than nine hours. If the
lids get loose, tighten them again
before they cool. Food canned
in this manner is much less
trouble and the food more delici
The entire community was sad
dened by the expected death of
“Aunt” Charity Hickerson last
niursday night or Fridny m.om-
ing. She was possibly the oldest
person in the entire surrounding
country, being- in her 96th year.
Her friends were numbered by
those who knew her. She was
devoted to her church and Sun
day school. She built Sunday
school rooms at Ronda Baptist
church after she became unable
to attend. Charity was one of
her outstanding characteristics.
She was always interested in fed-
ing the hungry and clothing the
needy in her immediate neighbor
hood. A good woman is gone.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Warren and
Grace Dean Bentley, of Ronda,
spent the past week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Partee Carson, of
Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Sale housekept for them and
looked after Mr. Bentley’s mother,
who has been bedridden for the
past five years.
Mrs. Kenneth Green and Miss
Mary Kate Sale and Miss Edith
Carter recently motored to Spar
ta and Roaring Gap.
Miss T. Armisa Sale visited her
sister, Mrs. W. G. Chn>rch, of
Elkin, Wednesday afternoon to
Friday n’ght of last week. She
went with Mrs. Sneed, Miss Ophe
and Mrs. Sneed Gentry on their
way home from /Wilkesboro court
where they had attended for a
week. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Church
accompanied her home.
Mr. Doughton Eller and family
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Pardue, last Friday night.
They hastily called on Misses
Mattie and Armisa Sales as they
passed, to leave a beautiful print
dress Mrs. Eller had made for a
child in the Mills Home. This
community has mailed one box of
20 garments to the home and has
another about ready to go. Other
churches could do as Brier Creek
is doing. It is eaSy for people to
purchase a few yards of cloth with
produce, and make garments. Sev-
LAKE OEOBOE. N. T. . . . The dct'gnm of.tL« tpeej boat, “El
Largarto'’ did a good ]pb of it thiitcen yoara ago. Tho old boat, with
owner Ocorgo R«la (left), and Andcraoii Bowaia (ri/tiit) in control,
defended her American motor boat cUampiorihip by Ut aiAaal
Oald Cup Begatta fur the third ooniccuPvo jeai Pbo:o aliovs Rc:a anj
Bowen with famous Quid Cap trophy
Wilkesboro Route 2 News
Misses Meekie and Lois War^
ren, gave a pa-.ty in honor of
Miss Alda Alexander, of Hays,
on last Saturday evening. After
playing games ice cream and cake
were served. Among those that
were present were: Misses Nell
and Mae James, Pearl Mink, Mary
Pennell, Faye Hendren and Pearl
Warren, Messrs. Paul and Larry
Wiles, Staley Myers, John James,
Jay Brookshire, Theodore Woods
rfind Howard Harris, of North
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Benton are
having a nice home built on the
old Hunting Creek road.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dotson and
family, of Winston-Salem, visit
ed Mr. Dotson’s mother, Mrs.
Ellen Saunders, Sunday.
Mr. D. E. Mink has returned
home after spending a week at
Shatley Springs in Ashe county.
Mr. D. D. Anderson, who has
been confined to his room for
three weeks is improving, his
many friends will be glad to
Mrs. W. E. James is improving
after being quite ill for several
weeks. She has been confined to
her bed for two weeks.
Misses Pearl Mink and Nell
James and Mr. John James were
visitors in the home of Misses
Meekie and Lois Warren Sun
Mr. Monroe Dotson suffered a
bad knee from being thrown from
an old car on which he was riding
Mr. Eli Anderson, who is eigh
ty some years old, is not very
well, his friends will be sorry to
Provide Road Map*
For Legion Delegates
Plans have been completed to
provide delegates and visitors to
the 17th annual convention of the
American Legion at St. Louis with
road maps aod touring informa
tion, according to an announce
ment made today by the Standard
Oil Company of New Jersey.
The convention will be held
September 23 to 26. and anyone
planning to drive to St. Louis
may, on request, have mapped out
for them ^e best route to that
city and any other highway infor
mation which they require.
They can obtain this information
either by writing direct to the
EJsso Touring Service, 30 Rocke
feller Center, New York City: or
261 Constitution Avenue, North
west, (Washington, D. C.; or 2134
St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans.
La., or they , can obtain touring
service request cards from any
Elsso station or dealer. They have
only to drop these in a mail box
and the information will be for
warded to them.
eral persons have contributed to
these boxes. Others are going to.
They realize “It is more blessed
Twelve thousand dollars was
paid for one stamp by Arthur
Hind, stamp collector. It is the
only known copy of the Boscawen
^pi V VFV V# lllcy FcoilZv kL lo Jnu.
ror 15ad reeling to give than to receive.”
Bethel revival began the second
Due to Constipation
Get rid of constipation by taUng
Black-Draught as soon as you notice
that bowel activity has slowed up or
you begin to feel sluggish. Thou
sands prefer Black-Draught for the
refreshing relief it has brought them.
Mrs. Ray Mullins, of Lafe, Ark.,
writes: “My husband and I both taka
Tbedford's Black-Draught and find
It splendid for constipation, bilious
ness, and the disagreeable, aching,
tired feeling that comes from this
condition.” With reference to Syrup
of Black-Draught, which this mother
gives her children, she says: “They
like the taste and it gave such good
WHCM MOD FlgMCNTS AM CASK RISC
TAKE JUST IN0U9H TO AIKAIUE '
Gas is fine in your stove or fur
nace, but it’s both peixiful and
embarassing in your stomach.
■Why don’t you use ADca-Sehzer'
for the relief of ACID INDI
GESTION, Colds, Headache,
Neuralgia, Fatigua, Muscular, Bbtu-
nmtic. Sciatic Pains?
Alka-Seltser makas a pleasant drink
an unusually effective medicine.
does not dapress tba baart.
Treasury Department. Pro
curement Division, Public Works
Branch, Washington, D. C., Aug.
Sealed bids in duplicate, sub-.^
ject to the conditions of bulletin
51 (modified) of the Federal
Emergency Administration o f
Public Wlorks, will be opened in
this office, at 10 a. im, Aug., 27,
1935. For insect screens In the
U. S. P. O. North Wilkesboro,
North Carolina. Specifications
may be obtained from the cus
todian of the .building, or at this
office in the discretion of the As
sistant Director of Procurement,
Public Works Branch. W. E.
Reynolds, Assistant Director of
Procurement, Public Works
NOTICE OF BALE OP BEAL
North Carolina, Wilkes Coun
Under and by virtue of power
vested In the undersigned by or
der of the Clerk of the Superior
Court In a certain action entitled
F. J. McDuffie, Administrator of
the estate of J. W. Dyer, deceas
ed, vs D. V. Triplett, et al, and
having been appointed commis
sioner by the Clerk of the Su
perior Court to sell the said
-lands described in a petition fil
I will therefore on the 14th
day of September, 1935, at the
court bouse door in Wilkesboro,
N. C., at the hour of 1 o’clock p.
m., offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed tract of land, to-wlt:
Adjoining the lands of J. W.
Church, L. N. Triplett and oth
ers and bounded as follows, viz:
Beginning at a ledge or rock on
L. N. Triplett’s corner, runs
down the creek to the mouth of
the branch; then up the branch
to the month of the spring
branch, up the said branch to a
i wild cherry above the spring;
then east to the big branch up
said branch to a large walnnt
stump, runs north to a small per
simmon, runs eastward to a stake
near the stable, north a marked
line to Z. W. Church’s line;
. . fa enJl^
ifi fil^tiAi to
tion's wAiMve •*
cnjA wOI isi^ to tbs air Aag.
21, and agi^ on
Dt his first, broadcast the presk
dent will talk to the Boy Scouts
at America, whose, intomatioosl
jamboree Mr. Roosevelt canedled
ae a precaution asaiast the poe-
Bible spread Of itttontile paralysis.
On August 24. the president
will address the conventkm of. tiie
Young Democratic dubs ot Amer-
ic9 at Milwaukee. Both broad-
ci^ will be carried .on a eoast-io-
NOnoB OF BALE OF BEAL
Under and by virtue of the
power contained In a oertsln
deed of trust executed by W. A.
Durham and wife,. B. O. Durham,
to the nnderslgned trustee, re
corded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of WKlkes county.
In book 16, page 483, default
having been made In the pey-
ment of the note thereby secur
ed, and at the request of the
holder of same,- the nndenigned
trustee will offer for sale at
public auction, to' thp hJgheet
bidder, for cash, on the 7tit. day
of Sept., 1936; at 11 o’clock a.
m. At ^epherds Croes Roads,
Edwards township, Wilkes Coun
ty, North Carolina, the following
described property to wit: Lying
In Wilkes county, North Caro
lina, beginning on a double
birch on the west bank of Roar
ing River, month of Big Shoal
branch, running up said branch
to the fork of branch, then np
west prong to a white oak old
comer, then west to a stake,
north to a red oak, west to a
soiHwood old corner, north to a
large Spanish oak, Brewers old
corner, north to a branch, down
the branch to the fprks of
branch, up branch to red oak,
west to a pine, Brewer’s old cor
ner, west to a stake on the west
bank of Roaring River, old rock
fence, down river 28 chains to
large rock then south west
crossing the river, down saM
liver to the beginning, contain
ing 70 acres, joins lands of A.
Brewer, (deceased), L. D. Luff-
man, W. A. Durham and others.
References recorded in the office
of Register of Deeds of Wilkes
county. North Carolina, In book
No. 160, page 433. Therefore this
sale made to satisfy principle, in
terest and cost thereof.
This 3rd day of Aug., 1935.
J. W. CHEEK,
Draft . Tenie sad lAttI
TMlVCfil OF SALE of LAND
North CarpliM, Wilkes Coui^
Raving been appointed eoin>-
missioner by th« clerk of tb« S»>
perior Court to sell certain lands
.leserlbed 4n a petition filed by
B. F. Staley. Administrator of
the estate of Tboraton Staley,
deceased, and fiuSan' Statoy, de-
L will therefore, on the
day of September, 1935, at the. \
hour of 1 o^clock, p. m., offer for
sale to the highest bidder for
cash at the court house door la At?
Wilkesboro, N. C., the following
described tracts of land to-wlt:
First Tract: Beginning on a
white oak, now down, on the
bank of the north fork of Red-
dice River In E. T. Dancy’s cor
ner,' mnning sp the said river to
A. O. .Whittington’s line; then
folloiring froto said river the A.
G. Whittington line with said
line to the top of the ridge:
thence north with A. G. Whit
tington’s line to a conditional
line; then with conditional line
to the head of Hominy Mill
branch; then down the branch to
the mouth of the branch; then
down Reddles River to th® old
original forks to the P. A. Whit
tington’s heirs line; thence up
the south fork of Reddles River
to S. E. WhlSIlngton’s line;
thence north with S. E. Whit
tington’s line to B. T. Dancy’s
line north to the beginning.
Second Tract: On the waters
of Reddies River. Beginning on
J. F. Vannoy’s north west cor
ner, and runs south on his lino
18 poles to a stake; thence south
45 degrees west 50 poles to a
branch, Thornton Staley’s line;
tbenc® north 10 degrees,west on
the same fourteen poles to a
maple; thence north 23 degrees
east on the same 2S poles to a
stake; thence north 62 degrees
east on the same 12 poles to a
stake; thence north 71 degrees
and 30 minutes east on the saato.
14 poles to the beginning.
Done this 12th day of August,
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND FOR TOWN TAXES FOR
THE YEAR 1934
Sunday in August as usual. Rev.
laom Vestal assisted the pastor,
Rev. Richard Pardue. Rev. R. R.
Crater attended at night, and
gave very appealing exhortations
similar to his grandfather, “Uncle
Billy” Myers. The attendance and
interest have been good. Four
conversions were reported during
the week to Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong
of Winston-Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Boyce Dobbins, of Elkin, and Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Sale, of Ron
da, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Stroud on the second Sun
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Sink, of
Winston-Salem, are expected to
visit Misses Mattie and Armisa
Sale and Mrs. Wm. Alexander,
Mrs. Sink's sister, the last of the
Mrs. Sallie Martin Simpson, of
Franklin. Arkansas, will be glad
to get in touch with her father’s
relatives who lived near Ronda
and went west about 60 years
ago. Her husband is cashier of
a Franklin bank. Geneology
seems to be much in demand, es
pecially in prominent families or
Mrs. R. R. Crater and daughter,
Miss Edith, were in Elkin Satur
Messrs. Graham Myers, of
Sparta, Paul Dobbins, of Cycle,
^s M«t ^te ^le a^ Edito
Crater, of Ronda, vi«t^ Chimney to tI,o
Rock and other places of interest | njng. containing 6p acres more
in 'Western Carolina recently.
/ i . I
or less. Excluded from this
scription is a tract ot land dbeid-
ed to Lillian Dyer In Book 147
page 684, and also a tract of
land deeded to J. W. Dyer in
book 147 page 584, leaving a
balance of approximately 23
acres more or less.
Done this 12th day of August,
•tMt , ,
Under and by virtue of authority conferred by Consolidated Stat
utes governing the sale of land for taxes, and by vi tue of an order
passed by the Board of Commissioners of the Town of North Wilkes-
boro, N. C., I will on Monday, September 9, 1935, at the hour of 12
o’clock noon, at the county courthouse door in Wilkesboro, N. C., offer
for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the lands
hereinafter described, situated in the Town of North Wilkesboro, N.
C., listed in the names of persons hereinafter mentioned, to satisfy
delinquent taxes for the year 1984, including delinquent installments
and interest due in the year 1934 on street paving assessments, as
shown below: (Penalties, costs, etc., will be added to the amounts
H 0. Absher, lots 6 and 2 in Block 30 and lots 14 and 24 in
Block 62 8 4.92
Inez Absher, lots 30 and 32 in Block 39 63.90
Mrs. Annie Anderson, lots 2 and 4 in Block 31 30.64
E. B. Barkley, lot 12 in Block 130 9-95
Verda Billings, lot 7 in Block 136 2.72
W. F. Blair, lots 28, 30 and 32 in Block 30 7.92
Mrs. E. L. Bumgarner, lots 60 and 6il, Kensington 16J9
Mrs. J. L. Davis, lot 10 in Block 36 19.84
R. E. Faw, Jr., lot 1 in Block 12& and lots 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13
and 16 in Block 127 65.66
C. C. and Mrs. C. C. Faw, So. half lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12
i*» B'oek 34 and lot 27 in Block 27 76.08
T. B. Finley, bsnkmpt, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Block 93, and lots
1, 2, 3 and 4 in Block 129, and lots 1 and 3 in Block 94, and
unallotted portion 88 ft strip across N. E. side of Block 130,
anu unallotted east comer of Block 61, and 7 acres and 66
acres and lots 17 and 19 in Block 27 and lots 7 and 8 in Block
36 and lots 2 and 3 in Block 4 264.90
D. F. Fletcher, lot 2 in Block 124 .96
W. H. Foster, lot 0 in Block 209 64
W. F. Hanks, lots 3 and 6 in Block 408
Mrs. Minnie Hayes, 1 lot in Woodlawn .27
C. H Higgins, lots 3, 4, 6, in Block 210 — 13.49
G. iW. Hinshaw Estate, lots 2, 4. 6, 8, 10, 11. 12, 13, 14, 15 and
16 in Bldck 110 and lots 11, 13, 16, 16 and 9 in Block 114 4.08
D. H, Hudson, lots 1, 3,11 and 12 in Block 140 and lot 6 in Block
Mary B. Joines, part lots 25 and 27 in Block 64, and lots 10 and
11 in Block 204 4160»
J. W. Jones, i>art lots 1. 2 and 3 in Block 92 16.73.
Mrs. W. B. Long, lots 9, 11 and 13 in Block 41 64.74
A. F, Milam, lot 18 in Block 76 2.93
P. D. McGinnis, lots 4 and 5 in Block 411 3.77'
W. A. McLcm Heirs, lot 29 in Block 27 13.60 •
I. H. McNeill, lots 2, 4, 8. 3 and 6 in Block 138 and lots 1, 3,
5, 7. 4‘and 8 in Block 139, and loto 13 and 15 in Block 44 208.08
Mrs. G. F. McNeill, lots 1 and 2 in Block 210 12.24
John W Nichols, part lots 6, 7, 9 and 11 in Block “B” 5.82
J. B. Norris, lots 21, 23, 26, 27, 29 and 31 in Block 76 60.32
Mrs.'L. L. Pruitt, lot 3 in Block 141 2.05,
Mrs. W. B. Raymer, lots 21, 23, 26 and 27 in Block 66 43.20
G. W. St John, lots 13 and 16 in Block 62 29.03
J. C. and C. C. Smoot, lot 1 in Block 141 .27-
H. C. Snyder, lot 24 in Block 26 — 96.20
E. F. Stafford Elstate, lots 1, 3, 5 and part of 7 in Block 63 and ' : ’
nnallotted north comer in Block 126 and lots 30, 32 and 28
in Block 27 263.10
Elugene Trivette, No,i of lots 2, 4, 6, 8, IQ and 12 in Block 67 1^.60
L. L. ’Turner, lot 7 to Block 138 28.M
J. B. ’Turner, lots 26 and 27 to Block 33 39.04
j. E. Vannoy Estate. No. half of lots 2,4. 6 and 8 in Block 34 and
lots 78. 74, 76, 76, 77 and 78, Kensmgton 31.97
Paul J. Vestal, part lot 2, Kensingbm, and part lot 4 in Blk. 92 64.40
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., executor C. E. Crutchfield Estate,
lots 44, 46, 46, 47, 63 and 64, Kensingtan 46.24
C. E. Wallace, lots 1 and 2 in Block 401 3.14
Lester L. Williams, 6 acres 14i21
E. V. Williams, about % acre, factory site 69JB
Clem Wrenn, lots 38 and 39 in Block 410 .65
Ben Calloway, part lots 8, 6, 7 and 9 in Block 122 6AA
LOe R. Bowers, lets t, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Block 116 12.4S
Gord T. Ferguson, lots 16 MW lO to Block 48 6.68
Hairiscm Glenn, lots 12 and 18 to Block 120
L. Fred Harris, lots 1,3 and 6 in Block 114, and lot 23 to Block 80 llJiS 9
Rebecca Kilpatrick Horton, lots 2 and 4 to Block 48 6.76
Phoebia Hoskias El^tate, lot 4 in Block 106 ; Ojlfi
J. B. Knox, lota 2, 4» 6, 8 and 10 in Block 120 ■ , 1748
Nellie Littie, lot 8 to Block 60 — . . . 2.7*
Lillian Myers, lots 4 and‘6 in Hlo^ 122 7A* ■
H. D. BeM, lots 9 and 11 in Block . . y 44*0,
BUgabeth Tomlim lots l, 2,'S, 4 6 in Block 300,
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