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VOL. 19-NO. 32.
BURNSVILLE, YANCEY COUNTY, N. C., APRIL 21,1916.
$! A YEAI
I COME, COME, COME!
and see my new line of Shoes for Men and Women,
v” latest styles, something: new for Spring and Sum-
•Q mer.
ff2 New lot of Clothing fust received; Panama Suits
% and Surge Suits for Spring and Summer, and you
ay will find the price on every suit exactly right.
V I am selling everything in ray line at close prices
• A and it will pay you to corae and see me as I can and
. will save you money.
\ JUST A PEW PRICES
Vf* I have plenty of Fertilizer, Armour brand 16 per
V* cent., at S17.00 per ton. Present price on Cotton
Seed Meal $2.10. High-grade Flour $3.00. Good
Coffee 12 l-2c per pound.
% Buy your supplies where you cun save money.
•y Corae and see me.
I J. V/. MURPHY,
V” Boonford, N. C.
'i* ‘■k ip
:■. TAN BARK WANTED I
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I will be at the. Burnsville station
through the season for the pur
pose of buying TAN BARK.
I WILL PAY' CASH for same as
unloaded froTii wagons. Write
I
G. M. GASLAMD,
Anatone, N. C.
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Fine ol $1,000 For Threats
U. S. Mail.
Mlcaville.
: Ed.s. Eagle.
W.ashington, April 14.—Con-, ,
nan, E. Y. ebb, of North
V arolina, cliairman of the ju-
diciaty committee has introduced
a bill to place a fine of $I,()00 or
imprisonment not exceeding five
years, or both, upon any person
who knowingly or wilfully places
in the mail any.matter containing
any threat to take the life of, or
bodily injure the president of the
United States, or any per.son in
succession to the Presidency.
The bill has the approval of
Mr. Webb’s committee and will
ill all probability be passed at
this session.
There are 2,(i0'.) boys enrolled
in Idlfi corn clubs; 1,012 in the
pig clubs and 1,303 boys and girls
in the poultry clubs.
Mr. Sneed Boyette, of Spring
Hill township, near Wilson, died
last week of heart trouble. At
j is funer.il, just as the grave had
Mr. Gilbert Caraway, who has
been ver3',sick for some time, is
reported some better at this
writing.
A crowd of our boys and girls
went, fishing Saturday evening,
but don’t think they caught many
fish.
Miss .Mae Yoaiig was the pleas
ant guest of Miss Nora Hilliard
Sunday. .
‘Misses Elsie and Zuia. Silver
were at home to a number of their
young friends Saturday night.
Mr. Kelse Branch is reported
quite sick-
Miss Nellie Kent, wlio has
been visiting her aunt at Ayler’s
creek for the pa.st week, has re
turned home.
Mrs. J. B. Hilliard
guest of her sister, M
Silver, Tuesday;
Aliss Georgia Hilliard.
Pensacola.
Eds. Eagl
Rev. Willis Ballard delivered a
Do Your Jol
Anybo
Splendid sermon at the Free Will
Baptist church last Sunday at 11
a. m. His text was St. Mark
7:14.
Prof. Hudgins, of Paint Gap,
is teaching a singing school at the
Free Will church this week.
Rev. C. W. Bates, of Asheville,
delivered an address to the .Jun
iors Sunday, 16th, at .3 p. m. Kis
subject was the three grand prin
cipals of the order—virtue, liber
ty, and patriotism, and what it
takes to make a true American
citizen. Mr- Bates is an eloquent
speaker and spoke to quite a
large audience in the M. P.
church, lie is a well educated,
refined, consecrated Christian
gentleman. Pensacola Council
No 427 Jr. O. U. A. marched
from tlie hall to the church with
U. S. Hag in front and all the
members wore their collars of the
national colors of red, white and;
b’ue. ■ - i
Several traveling salesnjen !
were among our merchants this
week from Johnson City and
Bristol.
•Mr. Joe Robinson, of Paint
Gap, vi'as here last Tuesday. Mr.
Robinson is the proprietor of the
Ogle Meadow Inn on top of the
Ogle -Meadow mountain. He
states lie now has almost com
pleted a house containing twenty-
six rooms, the lower stor.3' of nice
hewn logs and tlie second story
isiuilt of lumber and will be
prepared to keep quite a number
of guests this summer.
Mr. Green M'oody happened to
i bad accident Tuesday at 7 a, m.
n the band mill of tlie elarolin:!
Spruce Companv The mill h id
just .started and he had put a belt
on a small pulley and reached
over to place some tar or belt
wax on tlie belt to keep it from
running off when the belt c,night
his right arm and wound it
around the line siiaft, breaking
W. G. McAdoo'
Farmer.
To the Boys on
Editor Poe h
Bstter Than
?lse.
Progressive
ibt Bs'
F
JLt!
irl^%k
them farms:
;ked me to tell
you wliat quali y I think will
help, you most lo meet success
either a.s busines:; men or farmers-
That is what maji be called a“tall’
order, because Hfeccess do s not
depend upon any one quality; it
depends upon a, combination of
qualities. If, ho'.vever, I should
limit my remark^tq,what I think
is the most imp-^tant factor in
the success oi^an individual,
whether in f.anW.ng or in any
other calling, I ' would say this:
The surest roadj^-sucess for any
boy is to do the ^:)rk or the task
allotted to him It^rer than any
body ever did it pluie.
No matter liF-v humble the
work or insignjjjjuit the task, do
it better than :u^)od3’ else ever
did it, if that be possible. If you
go at your work in this spirit
you will get results- The
boy who has this ki-’d of determi
nation will do work ' better
than the boy wluHfasn’t it and
who doesn’t werWn that spirit.
The willing bo^^he eager boy,
Day Book.
the hustling boi
heart are in
distance all thj
whose mind and
.work, will out-
other kinds of
s the
J. G.
ivho has
1 wui filleil, his widow fell across
been with her sister in Virginia
Uie mound and was heard to moan.
A physician, wiio was present,
iried to raise her up and found
that she was dead.
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Repeating §l!ut|uiEs
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J. SlevcBS Arms & Tool Co.
for some time, is ei^pected home
LOKKX.'i
Administiator’s Notice.
North Carolina,
Yancev County.
Having qualified os adtniiiis-
tr.itorof Moses Peterson, deceas
ed, late of the County of Yancey
and State of North Carolina, this
is to noti‘‘y all persons having
ci.aims against tiie estate of the
said deceased to e.-l’ibit them to
the undersigned, on or before the
l.Sth day of Ajiril, 1'J17, or
this notice will pleaded in bar of
their recovery. AH persons in
debted to, said estate will please
make immediate settlement.
This I'^tl; day of Ajnil. I')i6.
d; C. B.MLEY,
Adm nistratur.
tween the wrist and elbow. Drs.
D. J. Smith and C. S- Aldrich set
his arm back in place. He is
suffering quite a lot, but hopes to
be out in a short time-
Mr. Ervin WiL,* n was oyef
from Burnsville Tuesday and
Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Green Woody.
In the issue of your paper of
April 7th, we notice ad article
written for the Cincinnati En
quirer by a lady that visited this
town recently from New York
City and can truly say she has
misrepresented this-place,in every
thing. She states the people,
that is razin'^ of the natives, do
not know what U. S. money is, or
have never seen it. This is false.
And there arc only .34 houses
and chat they’ are owned by a cer
tain individual and that he also
owns the Black Mountain Railway
which is all untrue; The ciiti-
zens here own all tfae land, and
are industrious, law-abiding men,
and .some of them are worth sev
eral thousand doH.irs, have good
schools and churches and -live in
good houses and own several
farms, and are educating their
children. She also writes that
every house in town .was a room
ing place of one or more of the
company. This is a mistake.
They only boarded at three
houses and the people treated
them very kind and nice in every
way. That is all some of the
New York and Northern people
are good for, is to say something
against the South and the people,
making a false impression among
strangers. There is as good peo
ple and as nice, refined and edu
cated people here in Yancey coun
ty and Western North Carolina
as we ever met anywhere. The
people are very much wrought up
over this affair.
Dr. J. H. Hutchins, tlie dentist,
is here from Burnsville doing
i dental work this week.
■ Mr. and Mrs. R. I'. Alexander
> returned Tuesriay afternoon from
boys, and soonelor later his em
ployer will fix his eye on him and
give him prometton when oppor
tunity offi
I have very little confidence in
the thing that pujply call “luc.k.”
Most “luck” cumes from what
one does for hini;-.elf. Every boy
and every man creates largely his
own oi^portunty. If you work
liard enough and intelligently
e n :!ndsho’|. that you liave
riMlii v and char.’cter. it won’t be
long before it i.s| recognized and
the minute, it to be recog
nized, then opiWcuiiity will be
.seeking you all He time.
T'ake the-cruse^'F a lawyer. As
soon as he Legiii to show that Ir
t^es his nr betco
Ed. Eagle.
Since the last report from th
place the death angel has visited
three homes in our community. 1
The little child of Tommy Me- i
Courry was called home on the i
15th inst; was found dead in the '
bed- The little daughter of E. I
Johnson died of pneumonia.
Moses Peterson, Sr., died of. con
sumption Sunday afternoon and
was laid to rest in the Peterson
cemetery on Monday. Mr. Pe
terson was a veteran of the civil
war and was 73 years of age.
Reubjn Girland (June) stole a
march on his friends, and had the
“knot,tied,” last week to Miss
Pansy Bailey', of Toledo,. The
writer joins with his friends ;
in wishing them a long and pro.s- ’
perous life over the sea of- mat
rimony.
M. C. Peterson has sold his
farm and store at Dale to Luther
Bailey who has taken charge and
is now postmaster and merchant
at that place. We wish 'Luther
success in his new vocation.
D. C. Byrd is expected back
from the hospital at Kutherford-
ton, where he went for two oper
ations. M’e learn he is much im
proved by his trip.
Rev. Blankinship conducted
the ordaining ceremony at the
Bajjtist church Sunday, which
was very impressive. Mr. Bert
Peterson was ordained as deacon.
Mr. Adams preached an inter-
e.sting sermon at Hetliaven Sun
day.
Jas. A. Peterson was a. visitor
at T. M.cCourrv’s one night
last week. All the Derao:iat-,
as well as quite a number of Re
publicans, heartily approve of
Jim as a candidate for sheriff,
Jim’s enviable record as register
of deeds, his honesty, truthful
ness and sobriety all predict for
the citizens if successful, one of
the best officers Yancey has
for years. writer
wn him foiMteirs and
w'n.'n lo clIlP-'ll
'^OUR LINE OF^
“Crop Makers”
is well known and deservedly
popular
Syracuse Plows; Spading Harrows,
Solid and Cut-out Disc Harrows, Spike-'
tooth Lever Harrow.?, Empire Disc or;
Corn Drills, Cole Plain View Corn Brills,^’
Globe and Steel King Cultivators &c. ■
Write for circulars, prices and terms.
T. S. MORRISON $c CO.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Secure a Business Training- at
rHE EMANUEL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Aslieville, M. C.
and li surscL'' to be an independent, self-.supporting
' citizen-
corn mi
services ot
tracted to li^
he knows he'
be can take c;'
all walks of
ho pro\
lie who need the
1,'yei will be at-
the first th ng
lall the p.'ac ice
pf. It is so in
The boy or
his ability is
souglit after for 'he best positions
and is given the j-cst opportmties,
because he crealls tliem by hi
own ability and his own force.
Learn to rely
do your task,
ainly get there
business or in
I was brought u.
yourself and
I said before,
better than anyl My else ever did
it before you, a: .1 you will cer-
n the fa
jofessional life,
ipartly on a’farm
myself. Many icimes I have
chopped wood,
milked cows am
and hav.: clone r
of chore about :
farm. This wc
eoicked cotton,
1. i'aslied dishes,
j.st every kind
'use and on a
;ade necessary
i,V{ii's™
The people
of Jim’:
kev in any form,
of Yancey need a
caliber.
Everybody farming—g e 11 i n g
ady to keep “Pete” from the
door. C. T. Y.
Time to Put in Screens.
f
diffirrent courses, terms, etc.
because I was Li^.ght up in the
wide path of desolation which
General Sherman left behind him
w'hen he marched through Geor
gia in ,the Civil War. But it is
an experience of which I am
proud, because it fitted me in a
larger degree for-the bigger tasks'
of life than I would have been
bad i .not been compelled to shiH
for myself.
This is a land of rare opportu
nity and the American boy has a
great heritage of Freedom and
liberty and independence. What
a glorious thing it is to have
such a birthright and what a
splendid chance 'every' American
boy has to make a career for him
self that will shed lustre on his
country and prove himself worthy
of the distinction of being an
American citizen!
Large Increase Southern Farms.
Washington Dispatch.
a three weeks trip lo points in
Florida and Virgin
Cj»iBfnP9 rsiHa.
:
The Soulhern Power Company,
wliicf! has maintained a temiio-
rary office in hlorganton for sev
eral months, has about completed
taking up options in Bhrke and,
according to a Morganton item,
: will transfer the office to Lenoir.
;The companv has options on
I large tracts in paid .cl.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harrison
Vanover, on the 17tli. a son.
Mr. W. M. Edwards and J'. W.
M’ard will le;ive for Canton
Thursday, 2fith, to attend the
district meet!ng of the Junior Or
der 2Ist and 22nd.
JoSIi?IlU; SfKIGGIN’S.
I Farm land values are increas-
1 ing almost by leahs and bounds.
■ Figures announckd by the de-
: partment of ag'riculture show
! that the values j.of the United
; States taken as aUvIiole increased
; 25.7 per cent in the past four
years, afld 11.5 list year. The
figures are based )n reports from
department'
Put in screen doors and win
dows now is the advice of the
State Hoard of Health against
the coming of warm weather and
Hies. Today's bulletin from the
State Health Department says:
“Warm weather is here and ac
cording to the nature and flies,
flies will be here by the hundred
fold in about a week or so, and
whoever would be prepared
against their arrival would liave
their doors and windows welt
screened. Doors that remained
in place all winter are likely to be
found sagging or holes punched
'll them, or perhaps this was the
condition in which they were put
away last fall. Anyway it is
high time that old screens should
be repaired and put in place, and
that orders be given for new ones
wherever they are needed.”
Says the bulletin further:
“Since the winter flies were sv’at-
ted and since they have found
feeding and perhaps breeding
places about your premises, the
best thing you can do now, since
they are nere, is to screen them
out. Hut don’t spend money on
extension window screen
Screens that are made to fit your
doors and windows are quite more
efficient and in the long run
cheaper. If you can't afford
these now, use mosquito netting
for another season until you c?in
afford them. Mosquito netting,
if well put up, tacked close and
made firm, will prove better than
e.xtension or ill-fitting screens
and will last a season.’’
The bulletin says in conclusion:
“There really is no reason why
any one should toler.ate flies, ex
cept from his own choice.”
ABOUT I
Increases have bein general with
exceptions
Increases in the
L ed to the diver-
John G. Drewery, of Raleigh.,
Gr;imi secretary of the North
Uarplina Grand Lolge of .'iason---,
is erilically ill in a Baltimore
hospital and his death isc.xpected
.it .till' lime.
or two notab e
: the ma'Lliwest.
■ South are attiibii
■ silication of crop:
i The percentage of increases
during the past y
: are North Atlant
cent; e:istern pa
! States 10 per cent
State.s, 10 per
' States 11 per cent.
lie
agents.
YOUR I
TEETH I
Bad teeth are painful and unsight- ||
ly. They cause catarrh, dyspep- .31
sia, biliousness and many other ||
ailments. They lower the vital- df
ity and efficiency of the workei’. ||
They interfere with a girl’s |S
chances of marrying well. They ||
are a disgrace. %
All work fully guarant2‘^» prices reasonable.
m. S. J. HAMII/rON, BURNSVILLE, N. C.
Office Over Citizens Bank.
Put Your Money
Go To Father.
“Go to father,” she said, when I
asked her to wed,
And she knew that I knew that
her father was dead;
An i siie knew that I knew what
a life he had led.
An.i she knew that I knew what
she meant when she said;
“Go to father!”
where 3'ou can put tour trust. Where you know it
will be safe. Where you can'get-it when you want
it. Where it will yield yon the utmost possible ben
efits. This bank's success rests upon its fidelity
to the trust of its patrons. Its fundamental hon
esty and the character of its officers back .up its fi
nancial strength.
We are right here at home. You know us. We
want you to watch the statements which show the
condition of our Link. This is a live and growing
bank, abreast of the must advancect methods, yet
watchful and conservative in every respect. Wo
are equipped to handle all your banking busine.ss
promptly an''! satisfactory, andgive'you free service
in man5' ways. Your transactions are always abso
lutely secret.
W)-; WISLCOJIE YOUR AOCOUN'I', IIOWKVKK AMAl.r,,
and every dollar deposited, besides standing to vour
crc.Ht, becomes pro.liictive capital for the good of
the homo community.
Dki/i- irt .AND i.kt'stai.k it ovkr.
:ar ’oy sections
c States, 10 per
t o; northcin
S null Atlantic
t; far Western
I A bronze statue of Zebulon
; Baid Vance wi 1 bo unveiled m .
Statuary Elall. \'''ashingt')n. on
June 7th or Hth, Vice Rresident ,
.Marshall and Governor Craig will '
b'O the princiaal .speakers. i
Bank of Yancey
    

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