WASHBURN NEWS 1
, Bostic, R-2, March 26. —We are
still having plenty rain, the farmers
are getting behind with their work.
We have several cases of measles
and other sickness around here.
Mrs. W. D. McDaniel is very sick
at this writing; her friends wish hei'
a speedily recovery.
Mrs. Buren Walker has measles,
but is doing nicely.
Mr. George McDaniel and daugh
ters, Misses Coye and Annie, spent
Sunday night with Mr. McDaniel's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mc-
Miss Coye McDaniel.is spending a
few days with her cousin, Misses Jes
sie and Ruby Stacey.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stacey spent
Saturday evening in Ellenboro. ,
Mr. Erastus Walker, of Forest
City, was a visitor at Mr. Ed Melton's
Sunday morning. j
Mrs. Ed Melton and children
were the evening guests of Mrs. i
Bud McDaniel Sunday.
Mr. Earl Stacey was the dinner
guest of Mr. Lewis Wells, of Caro
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells spent Mon
day in Caroleen, visiting Mr. Well's
Misses Coye McDaniel and Ruby,
Stacey visited Misses Thelma and
Edna and Melton Monday.
Mrs. Fannie Stacey visited at Mr.
Burn Walker's Monday evening.
Mr. Claude Ray and family, have
moved in this community; we are
glad to have them.
LOCAL BOY ON WAKE ]
FOREST DEBATING TEAM
On Thursday evening, March 29, a
debating team representing Wake
Forest will debate a team from Wof
ford College, of South Carolina, the ,
debate to be held in the high school
building at Sanford. i,
The speakers who will represent j
Wake Forest are G. N. Ashley and j
Wade B. Matheny. The speakers
who will represent Woof ford are F.
C. Hodges and C. A. Plysr.
The query to be debated is, "Re-
solved, That the United States should j
cease to protect by armed force
capital invested in foreign lands ex
cept after formal declaration of war."
Wake Forest will defend the affirma
tive side of the query, while Wof
ford will uphold the negative.
WILLIE MOSS SUFFERS
The first casualty of the Demon
Deacons baseball team this season
came yesterday afternoon when Wil-.
lie Moss, of Forest City, crack first- j
baseman on the varsity nine, broke a'
small ankle bone on a long slide into j
second base during practice.
Coach John Caddell said it was
highly improbable that the young ■
star, who was considered a Deacon
mainstay, would play any more this
With Moss out of harness, the Dea
cons suffer the loss of an infielder ,
whom Coach Caddell described as a ,
coming young player with brilliant-;
At latest reports Moss is recuper- '
ating nicely, and he is expected home
this week to spend the Easter holi- j
days here with his parents.
LATE NEWS ITEMS
FROM THE COUNTY SEAT j
Rutherfordton, March 26. —Jules
Brazil, famous entertainer of Ki- (
wanis International, of Toronto,:
Canada, was the major attraction:
here Thursday night at a joint meet
ing of the Tryon and Rutherford
ton Kiwanis Clubs held at the Isoth
ermal hotel. Over one hundred and
twenty plates were served at the ban
quet. It was also ladies' night and
a large delegation from Columbus,
Tryon and Landrum came over for
the meeting. Attorney M. L. Edf
wards delivered an address of wel
come. Fred Blanton, banker of Co
lumbus, J. N. Jackson and Charles
Lynch, of Tyron, and John Landlrum,
of Landrum, made short speeches of
County superintendent of school
Clyde A. Erwin went to Raleigh last
week and addressed the State As
sociation of county superintendents
on "Economy in Transportation."
Rutherford has attracted much atten
tion in the economical way in which
she operates her school busses.
Jim Harrin ad Berry Hudson were
convicted in Recorder's Court here
last week for setting fire to the
woods in Golddti _Valley. Two of
the young men were fined S7O each
and the cost while a third will be
sent to the State Industrial school.
Just Think! - —= % Albert T. Reid . |
THE ANNUAL LOSS I WAlli ()j>- Take care of FJeod Contra], as planned;
THROUGH FRAUD IN THE ULS.J p. Build the lakes to the Ocean Canal;
3. Provide For our Naval Program;
•v 4 Construct the Nicaragua canal;
5 Handle any Farm Relief program discussed,
MR. J. W. BEASON OUT FOR
The latest entry in the county com
missioner's race is Mr. J. W. Beason,
former sheriff of Rutherford county.
Mr. Beason makes his announcement
this week. He served several
years as sheriff of the county and is
in close touch with the county and
if elected will make a good official.
Poultry supplies. Get the best and
cheapest at Farmers Hardware Co.
mEM ~a in THE STANDARD CLOAK COMPANY
I Harry Price I
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A MARVELOUS EVENT PLANNED ON A GRAND SCALE! !
Our opening in our new lotion was undoubtedly Although we were prepared for a great sale, the
the greatest opening sale on beautiful high-grade number of people at our opening Saturday was so
Spring merchandise ever offered in this city. Nevei f ar beyond our expectations we are afraid that
have we had greater cause to be so intensely proud • J . , , . u A
of a merchandising achievement. The season's out- ™ ft ™ th u out Properly shown our beauti- >
standing Spring values are being offered at prices ful stock. We hope they will return this week, when
that are truly sensational. we will be able to give every one personal service.
COOtS - FfOCKS
EVERY ONE NEW, SMART AND DISTINCTIVE —SELECTED PERSONALLY BY OUR MR.
SILK ENSEMBLES [ SPRING DRESSES
Authentic in design, fabric and color Beautiful in their new styles, materials and lovely
presented here spells Easter smartness. And our . * . ' . . . *
understanding of the needs of every type results in color combinations, Flattering feminine soften
the presentation of modes whose variety assures be- ing—and truly smart.
coming choice Sizes: 14 to 52
In a Large Size Range
$12.75 $19.95 $28.75 $12.75 $19.95 $28.75
Awonderful line of Flowered and Hand-Painted SPRING COATS
a DCC Spring Coats in Kasha Charmeen Broadcloth
jLAKr 3 and Twill Cords.
89° $1.89 $2.89 $13.75 $17.50 $19.95
EASTER HATS Bloomers, Special 89c I Kaiser Hosiery
Shown for the first time Saturday Rayon Bloomers in all sizes and many
$1 95 t0 $6 95 colors. an( * Arrow-Head Kaiser Hos-
STANDARD CLOAK COMPANY
120 East Main Street. "The Leading Ladies' Store" Spartanburg, S. C.
Just Across the Street From Our Old Location
THE FOREST CITY COURIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1926
WALTER S. FREEMAN DEAD
Gilkey, March 26.—Walter S. Free--
man, aged 70, well-known citizen of [
near Gilkey, died Wednesday after i
an illness of two years. Funeral serv- j
ices were held at the home and inter
ment followed in the cemetery at
Round Hill church. Mr. Freeman is
survived by his widow, five sons,
three daughters, two brothers and
two sisters. He was a faithful mem
ber of the Baptist church and was
one of the county's outstanding citi- !
MR. MORGAN ANNOUNCES
! Mr. G. E. Morgan, at present a
member of the board of county com
missioners announce his candidacy in
the race. Mr. Morgan has been a
member of the board for four years,
being selected to fill the unexpired
term of Mr. Geo. F. Watson in April,
1924. He was nominated in the
June Primary in 1924 and in 1926,
! and has proved an efficient member
! of the board.
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