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For fire insurance see Byrd &
Stanley McCormick School Announces the
To-day is the first day of May.
Wonder who is the Queen? ,
Mr. L. P. Horton was a busi
ness visitor to Asheville the first
of the week.
Mr and Mrs. A. B. Williams,
of -Tacks Creek, have moved to
The corr.mencement exercises
of Bald Creek High School are
being held this week.
Attorneys E. F. Watson and J.
A. Watson were business visitors
to Kaleigh this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hennes-
see arrived in the city Wednes
day from Memphis Tennessee.
Mr. J. H. MePeters, who has
been confined to his home for the
past year, is reported very low at
Mr. J. A. Pollard, of the Pol
lard Clav Go., returned Wednes
day from a business trip to Mem
It snowed in this ssetion Thurs
day morning. This is the wav
April gave us a slap in the face
as she passed out.
The drouth which has prevailed
in this section for the past weeks
was broken when good rains fell
Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Dr, W. E. Finley and J. M.
Lyon spent Friday at Marshall,
N. G., where they went to attend
a meeting of the Presbyterial
' The management of the Burton
Hotel desires to say to the ladies
who attend the Summer School
that they will give very reasona
ble rates during the school term.
WANTED—A few boarders-
Teachers wishing to attend
Teachers Summer School. Ad
dress, Mrs. Louis English, Burns
ville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 'Buckner,
. Mr. Le"^ Buckner, Jr., and Mr.
Sam M'cEwen,' all of ‘ Erwin,
Tenn., were here Thursday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. hJ. B.
Married, at the home of Dr. W.
B. Robertson, of this city, last
Friday the 24th, Rev. J.'B. Tabor
officiating, Mr. Coleman Smith
and Miss Bessie Blankinship,
both of Prices Creek-
FOR SALE.—Sweet Potato
Plants $1.50 per 1,000. Tomato
and Bermuda Onions Plants $1.00
per 1,000. Leading varieties,
prompt shipment. Dorris Plant
Co., Valdosta, Ga.
A special meeting of the Burns
ville Booster Band will be held at
the court hou.se Monday evening,
May 4th, at 8 o’clock. Everybody
come, whether you belong to this
band or not, as business vital to
the interests of the town is to be
The Eagle feels fortunate in
securing the services of Mr. C.
L.iSimpson.of Union Mills, N. C.,
an expert ad writer, as well as a
booster for Western North Caro
lina, who arranged the ads for
the Burnsville firms as. they ap
pear in this week’s Eagle.
Mr. Frank Byrd, aged 73 years,
died at his home at Ramseytown
last Friday morning Mr. Byrd
had been in feeble health for the
past year or more. He was bur
ied Saturday morning, the ser
vices being conducted by Rev.
The Covered Wagon”
This is the same great James Cruze production which has run
in New York City for more than a year with admission nrices
not less than $2.00.
It is here for Yancey county and vicinity May 10th and 11th
Friday and Saturday evenings. School children 25c. Adults 50
Saturday afternoon 15c- and 30c.
This week at Stanley McCormick Rex Ingrim’s great storv
of the French Revolution “SCARAMOUCHE.”
W. P. R. Ireland,
DO NOT ENVY
Why envy the successful man? Why not imitate him? Envy
will never get you anywhere except into the sea of discord and
Mr4 J. W. Edwards and family,
who ^ave spent the winter in
Florida, have returned to this
place for the summer. He says this week.
Florida is a fine' country in tne
winter, but Yancey county is the
place for him in the summer.
They made the trip both ways by
a t mo i e e g t day.,; g., ng and
ten days returning.
Messrs Frank MnCourry and
Clay Hensley ' motored over to
Marion Sunday. Mp. McCourry
went to see his wife who is there
for medical treatment.
Mr. D. F. Pate returned Satur
day from Asheville, where he
has been in the hospital with a
broken leg. He is getting along
Mr. Roscoe Banks was around
in the neghborhood buying up all
the calves for veal he could find
Mr. Carl Webb is planning to-
establish a barber shop at Bow-
Watch the prosperous man. Study his methods. You will
find that in most cases he is industrous, saving and careful in
making investments, that he doesn’t buy everything he WANTS
but only the things he NEEDS. Also that he is identified with a
good Bank like ours, where his money is safe- We invite your
“The Old Reliable”
A number of onr people attenc'.
ed the negro minstrel at Stanley.
McCormick School Saturday
Messrs. Troy Young and Gaith
er Ca ro'l spent Saturday -at
Rev. H, A. McBath and daugh
ters, Katherine and Mary, spent
a few days in Johnson City last
week. ■ ' ,
Dr. and Mrs. Cheadle, Mr. and
xMr. Kimber Honejcutt motor- C^i’isawn and .Miss
ed back to this place last week.
He has spent the winter in Er- Sunday afternoon,
win, Tenn. | Rev.NormanH.Ca'mppreach-
The Sunday school at this place; Sunday at 7:30
is getting along fine with a good °
Citizens Bank of Yancey
CAPiTAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00
Owin? to the fact that we do not
send the Eagle to subscribers who have
not paid in advance, if yon find a blue
pencil mark encircling’ this notice vou
will understand that your suRscription
has expired, and that you will not re
ceive another copy of the paper until
you have arranged with us to have it
ponMnued. This does not mesn..tbat
we do not .appreciate your patronage
and support, for we do. It is a policy
that has been adopted by practically
all country papers, and one which we
find to be verv satisfactory
Around fifty Burnsville and
Yancey county citizens will attend
the meeting of the Tri-County
Development Association at John
son City, Tenn., to-day (Friday.)
Also it is expected that more
than one hundred citizens of
Mitchell and Avery counties will
attend. It is said the Johnson I
City Ch.’mber of Commerce
Miss Winnie Chrisawnand Mr.
Vernon McCourry,. who are in
school at Burnsville, spent the
week end here with home folks.
Graduates, Lx-Faeulty, Friends
and former Students of Y.
quet of the Alumni Association
of Yancey Collegiate Institute
will be held at the Nu-Wrav Ho
tel, Saturday afternoon, May 9th,
at 5 o’clock.
It is earnestly desired that
there be a large number present
as important plans will be dis
Let us all make a special effort
to get as many old students back
Plates will be $1.00 each and it
I is necessary that reservations be
in the hands of the committee
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice ia herby given that the under
signed, The Central Bank and Trust
Company, Trustee, under and by virtue
of the power of sale contained in a deed
of trust which is dated on the first day
of May, 1934, said deed in trust being
made by L. C. McCall to the under
signed trustee for the benefit of Bankers
Trust and Title Insurance company '.u
secure the payment of the sum ot
$2,750.00, and the said L. C. McCall
having failed to pay said amount or
part thereof causing the power of saie
to become in fail force and etfect, will
on the 29th day of May, 1925, during
the legal hours of sale, offer for saie 'o
the highest bidder for cash all the fol-
low-ing described property, fully de
scribed in said deed in trust. whi-;
in trust is, recorded in /vtortg;.
Record No. 16, Regfstef of Deeds offi
vn.'moer or commerce is] not \ B
planning a royal_ welcome for makl. ^
Wednesday, May 6th, has been
designated by the Burnsville
Booster Band as clean-up day for
Camp Ray. The people of the
town are urged to meet at the
Camp at 2 o’clock p. m., on the
daySmentioned, to give this camp
a much needed cleaning. Bring
wheelbarrows, hoes, rakes, shov
els and any other tools you can
their North Carolina neighbors.
The Board of Mayor and Aider-
men have had garbage cans
placed in the business section of
the town and the people are ad
vised that they are to use these
receptacles for their rubbish in
stead of throwing it outside to be
carried ^over town by the winds.
The city fathers want to keep the
town clean, and they expect the
co-operation of the people in their
efforts to do so.
make immediate reply.
G. L. HENSLEY, Pres.
Y. C. I. Alumni Association.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
At-Burnsvillp, in the State of
North Carolina, at the Close of
Business, April 6th. 192,5,
Loans ami discounts
Mrs. B. B. Banks, of this city,
died Tuesday night at the Mis
sion Hospital, Asheville, follow
ing an operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. Banks was taken to Ashe
ville'Sunday for treatment The
husband and five sons survive,
who have the heartfelt sympathy
of their friends. The funeral oc
curred Thursday afternoon at one
o’clock at the residence, and she
was laid to rest on a knoll just
above her late home.
BARGAIN—My place just out
side city limits of Burnsville.
17 3-4 acres, with 4-room house,
barn, garage, wood house, supply
house, basement, etc. Nice
young orchard, plenty of wood,
good ^ring and garden. A fine
place lor some one who desires
school and other town advantages
Gne-third cash, terms on baleiice.
See C. M. BAILEY.
Rev. Norman H. Camp, the
evangelistic Bible teacher, who
conducted meetings at the Meth
odist church about a year ago,
passed through Burnsville Satur
day, on his way to Johnson City,
Tenn. Since January he has
conducted meetings at Charlotte,
N. C., Atlanta. Ga.. and at St.
Due to a technical error in the
advertising of the Town’s SlOO,-
000 issue of water and sewer
bonds, the attorneys for the firm
to whom they were awarded have
refused their approval, making
it necessary to re advertise znd
re-sell. Advertisement will be
found in another part of this pa
per. It IS the hope of the Mavor
and Board of Aldermen that, as
a result of this increased public
ity, a better bid may be received
tha under the former advertise
Demand Loans - - • 6,250 00
Overdrafts, secured, $1,053.53;
ansecured, $1,1.57 42, 2,210 95
Banking Honse.s $11.824 22;
Fur. and Fix $;lf)79 .56 15.503 78
Cash in vault and net amounts
due from Banks, Bankers
and Trust Companies - 35.874 02
Cash Items held over 24 hours 65 58
Collections .... qq
of Yaucev County, and which is partic
ularly set out as follows:
Place of sale, in front of the cour;
house door, Burnsville, Yancey Countv
. Beginning at a point on the North
side of Main street leading from the
public square in a westerly direction
and a western margin of the street
leading from the afore.suid street in a
northerly^irection to the Public S.’hool,
said point being located south 2 d. 7 m
west 8 feet from the south-east corner
of the brick building now being used as
post office and running thence with the
western margin of the street. leadiiiL
to the public school, north 2 d * 7 ui.
east, 54.2 feet to a point in same ten
feet from the north-ea-’ corner of afore
metioned building; thence north 87 d
53 m west with a line paralell to and
ten feet distant from the rear or north
wall 26 7 fept to a stake; thence south
3d. 7 in. west with a line paralell v.
and four feet distant from the west
wall of said building 56 feet to the
northern magiu of the aforementioned ;
nri-4^:. D 1 street; theoce north 87 d. 43 m. east
1 ne Jr copies Dank, se.? feet to the beginning.
Done this the 20th day of April, 1925
THE CENTRAL BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, Trustee.
Services at the Baptist
$212 361 01
Capital Stock paid in - 25.000 00
Surplus Fund - - . 5,000 00
Undivided Profits, less furrenfc
expenses and taxes paid • J.7,5 37
U-menrned Discount. - • 39318
Bills Pa-.-nbie - - - 10,000 00
Deposits Mibjj'c.r to cheek. In
dividual. - - 92.197 08
Time Certificates of Depoait,
Due in Le.« Than 30 Days, 22,469 44
Cashier’s Cheeks outstanding 3,794 01
Time Certificates of Deposit,
due on or aftdr thirty days 47,806 06
SayincH Deposits, - - 5,204 05
Accrued Interest due depositors 332 82
Messrs. Ollis Edge and Hermon
Robinson, two young men who
reside near Celo, met with what
might have terminated in-a se
rious accident about four miles
west of town, Wednesday nigbt,
when the car they were driving
plunged down an embankment.
Edge is said to have escaped with
a few scratches while Robinson
was more or less injured, but not
serious. The accident, it is said,
was due to the fact that there
were n > lights on the ear and
Petersburg. J?Ia He wished to ' the driver, in the darkness, mis-
be remembered to all his Burns-; judged the road,
ville friends. i
State of North "arolina >
County of Yancey i Ap-.20, 1925
I, Win, I. Parnell, Cashier of the
above named Bank, do solemnly sweai’
that the above statement; is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief
Wm, I PARNELL, Cashier.
It I.- • ..ILEV 1
R « 'L\ND. ( Direct’,rs
.J E. HUBKINS. 1
■ Subscribed an i Bworn to b-f'i!- me,
this 20th day of April, 1925.
u. L tiBN;-;LH:y,
Notary Publ #
Appb.iition wii! be made to th. Gov-
10:00 a. m.—Sunday School-
Prof. R. M. Lee, Supt.
11:00 a. m—Sermon by pastor.
Subject: “The church that
was an example.”
6:30 p. m.—Sr. B. Y. P. U.
8:0o p, m..—Sermon. Subject:
It is desired that all members
of the church be present, espec
ially at the morning service.
S. W. BENNETT, Pastor. '
Sunday at the Methodist
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
0. Griffith, Supt.
Preaching at H a. m. by the
pastor. Subject: “The
fall and re-conversion of
Preaching at Bolens Creek at
at 8 p. m.
Epworth League at 7:30 p. m. .
Special music at both services
by Prof. McGrath, of Stanley Mc-
Hope afl members aitend
these services. Straii.-.-is and
visitors are welcome.
J. B. TABOR. Pas; r.
Tarheel dairymen are fiiiding
_... , that it pays to test their cows,
n'- ar.-ima for th.. pardon One Guilford county Uoirymun
*viaa.u cLmrgfed vMih luur- L ,, .. ^ , r ••
ucT ,\ii WHO may be ,,pposed ^ fold county agent J. I. Wagner
iiotioe or | that he could afford to build a
this intention on tne part o; ■
MR8. RIDDLE, j oew barn now that he knew what
May 1, 1925. were doing.
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