Thursday, March 4,1937
For Sale: Fresh registered Jersey
cow. W. B. White, Union Grove,
N. C. 2tp
For Sale—Large Slae Combination
Cash Drawer and Adding Ma
chine, a bargain at $25.00. Ed
Squibbs Mineral Oil. Quart die
80c. Antacid Powder, large size
50c. Nyseptoi, pint 4Bc. Turner
Drug Co., Elkin, N. C. tfn
For Rent: Three room apartment.
Furnace heat, private bath, ga
rage. No children. Mrs. Carl
Chappell. telephone 126-M. tfc
We buy scrap Iron and steeL
Dquble Eagle Service Co., Elk
in, N. C. tfc
Lost: Gray, life-time Parker foun
tain pen. Reward if returned to
Tribune office. lt-p.
For Rent: Three or four room
apartment, furnished or un
furnished. Heat, water and
lights furnished. Telephone
For Rent—New, modern, 5-room
dwelling, water and lights, at
State Road. See J. W. Brook
shire, State Road, or Hugh
Royall, Elkin. ltp
For Sale—One black mare mole,
five years old, or will trade for
pair mules or horses. C. W.
Dockery, Elkin, route 1. ltp
Lost—Ladles' brown pocketbook
containing a Bank of Klkin
checkbook with two deposit
slips, two handkerchiefs, blue
comb, small change and other
articles, at or near intersection
of Gwyn Avenue and Market
street February 13 about 6 p. m.
Finder please return to Surry
Hardware Co. and receive liber
al reward. W. R. Thompson.
A complete stock of Zells and
Agrico fertilizer. We carry all
the standard analysis, especial
ly made for potatoes, truck, to
matoes, grain, tobacco, etc. Gar
den and field seeds in bulk and
packets. J. C. Dobbins Co., El
kin, N. C. lt-p.
Twenty-five to 50 truck loads of
stone IH give away to anyone
who will haul it. J. A. J. Royall,
Thurmond, N. C. lt-c.
For Sale: 50 acre farm, feed barn,
smoke house, corn crib, good
apple orchard for using fruit.
6 acres good creek and branch
bottom. Plenty of wood and
good pasture. 1 mile National
highway, -1-2 mile school and
church. Price SIOOO. SSOO cash,
balance $54.00 and interest each
For Sale: Some beautiful building
lots in both North and West El
kin. If you expect to build see
me for your lot and your build
D. O. MARTIN
Office In Elkin National Bank
For Sale: Ten acres eC land, 214
miles north of Elkin on Long
Branch. Some old buildings.
Fertile soil Will sell reasonable
for cash. See Jim Pettyjohn at
Trap Hill, near property. 3-4p
BABY CHICKS The tlm» to
start your chicks is here and
this season we have the finest
breeding flocks to produce
hatching eggs that we have
ever had. We are specializing on
New Hampshire Reds but hatch
all of the other leading breeds.
Hatch off every Tuesday morn
ing and chicks are now on hand
and ready for delivery. Place
your order early and avoid dis
appointment later and don't for
get that every egg set by us is
Wanted to repair radios. Our
expert thoroughly knows his
business. Prices right. Harris
Electric Co., Elkin. N. C. tfc
We have a large variety of homes,
lots and farms for sale or ex
change. See us before prices ad
vance. Phone 78. 6 room cot
tage for rent.
Only 4 To Sell
Bury Wrong Man
Norman, Okla.—Sad relatives
buried a man Saturday as "Sam
H. Wilson." Today—thanks to a
daughter's doubts—they rejoiced
he was alive.
Sam H. Wilson and Sam W.
Wilson were in the same ward of
a hospital here. Both had para
lysis. Both were 70. And they
One died. The hospital notified
the family of Sam H. Wilson. At
funeral sendees in Davis, a daugh
ter, Mrs. Pearl Royce, insisted the
man was not her father. The wife
and son assured her she was
wrong. The man was buried.
Yesterday the daughter receiv
ed a postcard signed by her fath
er. It was postmarked Saturday,
the day of the funeral. She hur
ried to Norman.
"I'm not satisfied that was my
father," she told hospital officials.
"We got a card signed by him this
morning. If you have any other
Wilsons here, I'd like to see them."
As she walked across the ward
floor, a smallish gruy-haired man
"Hello, Pearl. What in the world
brings you htrc?"
She convinced hospital official*
the man was her father. She
showed them a tattoo of "SHW"
on the father's forearm to prove
Due to the bad weather there
was no Sunday school at Little
Richmond Baptist church Sun
Ralph and Ray Chappell and
Clarence Greenwood spent the
week-end in Kannapolis, with rel
atives and friends.
Misses Ila and Martha Sprinkle
of Fairview, spent the week-end
the guests of Miss Lydia Jane
M. A. Gaither of Winston-Sa
lem was a business visitor here
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Axsom had
as their week-end guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Ashburn of Friendship
and Mr. and Mrs. Coy Medley of
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Sneed mov
ed last week to Elkin. They are
residing on Gwyn Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hampton
had as their week-end guests,
Misses Helen Scott and Juanita
Hall of Cycle, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Hampton of Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. Coney Burton and
children of Union Cross, visited
friends and relatives here Sunday.
Miss Angell Hampton spent sev
eral days last week at Ararat, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hall.
Miss Grace Durham of Cycle is
spending some time here with
Mrs. Minnie White, Gilbert Key,
Fox White and Mr. and Mrs. Clay
Dickerson Of Mount Airy, were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Chappell.
Rev. Lester Johnson of Hayes
was the guest Monday of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Sneed.
The poem below was written by
Mr. James Larkin Pearson in the
New York Times at the death of
his wife, and a copy sent to
James Misenheimer by Mr. Pear
son when he read of the death of
Mrs. Misenheimer on February 18.
My love lies still, lies silent;
She sleeps the longest while.
She does not wake at morning;
She does not speak nor smile.
Her lips are pale as lilies
Grown in some shadow'd
And something more than beauty
Lies on her sleeping face.
Her eyes, sealed fast with kisses,
See not the dark nor dawn,
And from her ears forever
The sounds of earth are gone.
My love does not remember,
She does not understand
How long I will be waiting
In such a lonely. land.
Lost: N. C. truck license plate No.
127-656. Finder return to F. W.
Chevrolet Co., Elkin. Marvin
Cook, Jonesville, N. C. lt-p.
disinfected and every chick
hatched fumigated, which ren
ders them as free from disease
as a chick oan be made. Call in
to see us and let us our
. methods before placing your or
der. Do not buy re-handled
chicks, get them from some
local hatchery. Mount Airy
Hatchery, Mount Airy, N. C. tfc
For Sale: One street car. See T. H.
Knight, Knight's Service Sta
tion, Jonesville. ltc
Do you want plenty of eggs from
strong, fast growing young
chicks? If so feed Panamln. We
have it. Abemethy*s, A Good
Drug Store, Elkin, N. C. tfn
Casieveas Hardware Company
will save you money on Men's
and Boys' shoes and Oliver
farm equipment. Castevens
Hardware Co. tfn
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THE ELKIN TRIBUNE, ELKIN. NORTH CAROLINA
Another A & Z Store Opens Its Doors To The Public I
Friday Morning, March sth, When the Clock Strikes 8:001
—'—■——■ A large new stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes for every member of your p— —I
Located family all thrown on the alter of bargains in this opening sale! You'll find Located
Next Door them from counter to counter and from wall to wall! A store brim full of Next Door
to new quality merchandise at prices so low they will amaze, startle and as- to
Basketeria tound this entire vicinity! Don't fail to visit us on our opening day ... and Basketeria '
every day! _J I
"B" HERE WHEN THE DOORS SWING OPEN FRIDAY, MARCH STH, 8 A. E |
MFN'S HATS 4 Extra Special! Opening Special A Extra Special A be st GRADE
| Ladies'- Misses Ladies' ■ ■ LL Sheeting
In all the New Shades In ™ Full Fashioned ■ Children s - Misses ■
jZT I Panties S ILK HOSE I ANK LETS I Yard Wide
I RegUlar 190 Value Chiffon - Service 3 I 10 Yards
I 10 c Pr - 44 cPr - I scPr5 cPr - I 89 c I
——ssr- SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Men's Dress Men's Work sdid I
' JIIUKID AYEARHQ • A CIIACC Patterns. 39 in. wide.
Extra Special Value! 25c values UAI viiuj OilUCo VALUES TO 75C
$1.94 - $2.98 15 I |S| $1 39 39 cYd - : |
All That's New In Fast Color HRBiL , I
ppiNTC • (KikM Men's Dress Ladies Slips
FOOTWEAR iKnlo Boys' H) fIYEfIRIK Made of Rayon Taf- "1
for Yard^r 15c WORK SHOES * feta. Wide Lace I
SPRING 98c -W 44 c I
- ; Men ' s S, *'° rfa * d I Children's Shoes 1 Betty Lou I
WORKPANTS I New st'y'lw I Ladies' Slippers I I PRINTS II
Ladies' aii-wool I OPENING SALE LADIES'SILK DRESSES I M , Broadlth ||
Ties—Straps—Pumps and LADIES AH wool ■ Men's Broadcloth
in Two Special Price Groups SWEATERS I 100 Silk 200 Silk I Dress Shirts II
CI O/l CIOO I M~'A \ Sizes 14 to 17
' UM 97 c I DRESSES DRESSES 79c I
MEN'S SUITS AU new Spring Tgllf f Efery Btyk * new I
wanud OVERALLS ®0 one! Ladies ' Hats I
'MM - __ Made right, styl- / Special For
II Bar Single «.d Men's Boy's ed right! Special MSgl * priday Felts - Straws
LCg 97 C 49° - $1.94 |
SBE9 Worsteds MHZZZZZIZM Your Choice I
• „c%a/ kml ei& Your Choice —— ■
Cheviots Ladies' Silk Men's Dress
H T ™ SES $1.49 rn $2.98 .™L I
■ THENEW 97c Sizes 14 to 44 W Si** 14 to 52 ' $1.94 - 52.98 I
SPRING * ™
STYLES ■ a——J ■
AND Boys' Polo Children's Wash Ladies' House Ladies' Lisle Men's > Ladies' Silk
I SHADES SHIRTS DRESSES SLIPPERS Firs" SOCKS HOSE
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