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Mary Whose Lamb Followed Her,
Follows The Lamb To Final Rest
London. Dor. 1..- Mary Huglv.v. i
who many years ago had n titto j
lamb (hat followed her to school
has followed the little lamb in j
Mary was 90 and old and blind]
and lame before' she passed on o',
her home at Worthing. Blit she I
rontinued to tell her story of how '
she was the Mary whose little larno
in the nursery rhyme became known ;
around the world to Children oi ■
three and four generations. I
"Billy,” the lamb, died many years
ago of course. Mary, however, her
friends said, continued to old age
and death, with, a heart as young
and merry as when the fleecy
white lamb followed her to school
that day. over 80 years ago.
The s'toi'y of the verses, us she
told it., was this;
•'Miss Sartoh Bust, later Mrs.
Horatio Hale, noted American eth- i
nologist, wrote the verses. Miss Bucl
was visiting with her two sisters ut
Ty Issa, in Vale Llangollen, North
Wales, where my father, John
Thomas, was a well known breeder
COTTON BOUGHT ON
CAUL, (tft FJXEI)
ROWLAND II. OUTZ, ,
SHELBY, N. C.
■•war* Athlata'a Foot
.. •*' v‘ uio ljurtr RK1 n
disease censing severe Itching of
!?*• *nd *«•*. crdcklnjr, peeling skin,
uitM N'nrworm, Trench Foot or
1ttch, when you can avoid In.
o,*niSJLul.ckr& hei,! your 8kln
wUJ* WI* N**on’® Nixodtrm? Bused
**«*>«* tontUih Hospital for
niuia, discovered by a leading r*»n
|S"'kln apaejfltat. Dr. Nixon* Nix.
oaiiL?1 5c,f w y* “'basing speed, be
designed /or this particular
•k!" ai*ea... Nlxoderm
teed. It must mop Itch and tiulcklx
KwKHJfc1® 0r **" •“•*« ~«t Wii
SUTTLE'S DRUG STORE.
IN BUYING _
You »dv« in using
KC.Um LESS tlun of
high priced brands.
* EOR OVER *
IT'S DOUSU ACTING
MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED
BV OUR GOVERNMENT
SOUTHERN RAILW A Y
Greatly Reduced Round
Trip Fares for the XMAS
ONE FARE PLUS 1-3 I
FARE FOR THE ROUND
Round trip fares from Shel
by, N. C. to some of the
Washington, D. C. _ $20.71! ! j
Richmond. Ya. SK5.lt j
Norfolk, Va. S19.2.S J
Charlottesville. Vra. $15.31
Lynchburg, Ya. St2.41! j
Winston-Salem, N. C. $l>.5£
Raleigh, N. C. SlO.St" i
Durham. N. C. .. S',i.7t !
Greensboro, N. C. ... 87.06 j!
High Point. N. C._$ii.3t j
Asheville, N. C._S4.52 i
Charlotte. N. C. S2.5r» j
Atlanta, Ga. _ $10.94 j
Birmingham, Ala. $18.94 |
Round trip ticket* on sale to ■
all points, in Southeastern Stat- t
es, Dee. 16th to J5th Inclusive. 1
final limit midnight Jan. 6 19i‘i
Ask Ticket Agents about
XMAS HOLIDAY tickets to
points in the East, North, South
west and West, on same basis of
For further Information and
bleCPUM ear reserrations call on
Southern Railway agents or ad
R. H. GRAHAM,
Division Passenger Agent.
Southern Railway Passenger Sta.
of Welsh mountain sheep.
"X was always fond of lambs arid
when the media r sheep died some
tiines my failin' would often give me
nil orphafied lumb to keep a* a pet.
Sometimes I had a half dozen of
them and they would follow me
around the farm and down the1
road when I went to meet the post
"One day, when I was eight my I
oldest pet, Billy, followed me to the!
village school where he romped!
about, jumping over the desks and
refusing to behave. He disturbed
the school so much the teacher,
Miss Coward, turned him o^t the
"Miss Sarah wrote the verses
there and then. Later she married
Mr. Hale and after she died her son
wrote to an American newspaper in
1889 saying she was the author of
the verses. I have no quarrel with
my American friends, but the in
cident happened as I have describ
ed and not, as some Americans
claim, in America."
Jawst May she received congratu
lalons from children in all parts of
the world on her ninetieth birth
Urges Carolina Made
Goods For Christmas
Christmas Shoppers Will Be Fur
nished a List of Articles Made
In This State.
In furtherance of its efforts to
acquaint the people with and to
encourage the use of North Caro
lina-made goods by North Caro
linians, the state department of
conservation and development has
been distributing to merchants of
the state specially prepared lists of
"North Carolina-made articles for
the Holidays," The list Includes
wearing apparel and accessories,
things for the home, toys, books, and
other articles designed to bring
pleasure to their users.
A statement accompanying the
list points out thut Christmas shop
pers are going to be buying useful
things this year hiu! that “North
Carolina-made goods, being largely
of this type, will make a strong ap
peal to the buyer. All the home
made goods bought by our home
merchants will give manufacturing
plants additional working time,
create “more wages und more buy
ing power. Tills will give everybody
a more cheerful outlook and serve
to loosen tip the purse strings all
In releasing the statement Direc
tor Harrelson stated that it was the
hope of ills department that mer
chants would secure ample stocks
of North Carolina-made goods il
they did not already have them on
their shelves, and that they would
give prominence to them in their
show windows, on their specialty
counters, and in their advertising,
aiuj that tflelr origin of these goods
would be plainly indicated by ap
propriate show cards and tags
“North Carolinians, then should
make it a point to buy as many of
these home-made things os passi
ble both for the use of themselves
and family and for gifts to friends
within and without the state, and I
believe that our people will take
pride In doing this if the goods are
railed to their attention,” continued
the director. "Money spent for
things made in North Carolina
keeps factory wheels turning. it
pays more wages and thereby
creates more purchasing power.
Tilts keeps retail activity brisk T»
fact, it helps all business, manufac
turing, wholesale and retail. More
over, neither the retailer nor the
customer sacrifices quality, style or
anything else in buying things made
here in the state. Our furniture
ha iery, silk, cotton, rayon, garment
and other factories make as good
or better products than do the fac
tories of other state, and certainly
the money we send out of the state
doesn't stimulate any more business ■
here at home,’’
!<> -VII Points on the
VII points in the Southeast 1
Southwest a n d Western j
Tickets on .sale Dec. Iti ,
RETURN LIMIT JAN. t>.
To Points North o f
Washington. Tickets o n 1
Sale Dee. 22 to 24.
RETURN LIMIT JAN. 5.
For Information See
H. E. PLEASANTS. D.P.A 1
Raleigh, N. U.
Phone 2700 or 270 1
505 Odd Fellows Building
Air Line Railway
' . I (
STAR AD VS. PAYS!
Head Talks Merger
Greenville, s. C.—Dr. W J, Mc
Glothlin, president of the Southern
Baptist convention expressed the
opinion that pending proposals for
a union of the Southern Baptist
church and the Northern Baptist
church are unlikely to advance to
a stage "beyond fraternal co-opera
tion and confidence."
Dr. McGlOthlln, who i.. also pres
ident of Furman university hen,
said the executive committee of his
denomination met in Nashville,
Term., last Tuesday and appointed
a sub-committee to confer with n
like body from Northern Baptist
church on the unification proposal.
A dispatch from Chicago said
the executive committee of the
northern church had already voted
in favor of merger proposals.
Rev. 3, D. Barnette Tells High
Point Congregation He Took
High Point, Dec, 14.—Rev. J. D
Barnette, former treasurer and as
sistant pastor of the Green Street
Baptist church here, exchanged a
confession of the misappropriation
of church funds and two notes, tot
alling a face value of $869.97, for
the forgiveness of his congregation
at the service of that church yes
terday. He turned in his ordina
tion papers; the congregation of
fered them back; and ho refused to
accept them. ,
xicv. mr. BuniFw nan resigne'i
in October to accept another chare;1
and after he was gene a $120 short
age was discovered. Further Inves
tigation revealed funds missing In
the amount of $869 87.
was present ut the congrega
tional meeting yesterday when Rev
George T, Tunstall, pastor , ex
plained in a few Words to the con
gregation what. had been discover
ed. A wave of forgiving $entimurt
swept over the 1.000 present and it
was the sense of the meeting that
with tire two notes in hand and the
humble spirit of the confessed man
before them, the thing to do Is to
forget the Incident.
It was indicated by Mr. Barnette
that he will not again attempt tc
do church work until the two notes
have been satisfied in full.
The completeness of the forgive
ness given by his flock is believed
to insure the fact that no appear
ance of members of the church,
whose treasury was looted, will be
made, before the Guilford grand
Jury. If this body gets evidence of
the confessed shortage before it. It
will probably bo on its own initia
Mr. Barnette is a native ot Cleve
For Workers There
Pittsburgh.—Pay checks and full
dinner pails were promised as
Christmas gilts to several thousand
unemployed workmen In the Pitts
burgh district this week.
me wneeung sieei corporation
alone called back 1,100 men; West
inghou.se Airbrake company an
nouuced it would call back a large
number of former employees; the
Bessemer Steel plants near Wheel
ing announced they would resume
operations, and Puritan Coke com
pany officials said they had receiv
ed new orders and would call back
many of their former employees.
Notice -is hereby given that I have tins
(Jay qualified as administrator of tho es
tate of J. I. fjtacy, deceased. luie ot
Cleveland county, N. C. All person* in
debted to enid estate will make immed
iate payment to the undersigned and oil
persons having claims against said estate
will present them to mo properly proven
. » Dayment on or before November 1J
1932. or this notice will he plsadeci iu bur
of their recovery. Thi* November 13th.
W J. BRIDGES. Administrator p
he Estate of J. L Stacy, dee d.
Ryburu & lice;. Attys 6i Nov 18c
»\l(l TR1X NOTICE
tilth day Qualified as e\ecuiri>
under the wi’l of the late ft T. Sullivan,
ihis is to notify all persons having
c’aims against the said estate to present
‘hem to me properly proven on or ne
h«re the 10th day of ember. 1933. or
tins notice will be pleaded In bar of an)
recovery thereof. All persous owing the
said estate will please make immediate
settlement to the undersigned This Nov
ember 10. 1931.
MIX NIK SULLIVAN. Executrix of
K T. Sullivan, deceased.
6t Nov l-i
THUS TEE'S ALL.
By virtue of a certain de^d oi trust
executed the !8vh day of June, 1931. by
H. G Hull and wife, Affle Hull to me us>
trustee, to secure on indebtedness, and
recorded it) book 170, page 317. In th“
register s office for Cleveland county, and
after default and demand I will sell to
the highest bidder at the court house
door in Shelby on:
Monday. December 16. t*>31, at l» o clock
M the following described real estate.
Beginning on u chestnut and a spur o;
B*n‘s Knob by two wine and a black
Jack and runs south 77 W 68 poles to i
black Jack on top of dividing rltige be
»ween Pheasant and Brier Creek thence
down the dividing P 33 W. 83 poles to a
wf)tte pine; thence touth 46 poles cross
ing a email field to a negro pint on top
Of the ridge: thepce south 89 £ 20 pole*
to a persimmon by a spring, thence N
64 £. 94 poles to a hickory push on a
rock, thence north 8 E. 36 poles to a
pine: thence north 17*4 W 38 poles to
tlu« beg liming, containing $3\* acres
more or less.
Terms of sale: Cash
This the 25th day of November, 1931
B T. FaUS Trustee
4t. NOV. ^,: :
■ ■; ' . I
Typist Refused Big
Break With Reynolds
How one man missed a great: op
portunity was |the theme of an ir
tercsting little story Dr. D. Clay
Lilly told at Reynolds Temple Sun
day iliernoon as he was speaking
on the program of the memorial
service being held in memory of the
late Richard J, Reynolds by the
colored congregation that worships
there. Dr. Lilly knew Mr. Reynolds
very well and can tell many a fas
cinating .story of his llie.
• In the early years of his career
Mr. Reynolds was his own stenog
rapher and typist, only lie did both
these processes in longhand. One
while in New York he saw a type
writer It attracted his attention ; *
once and he interviewed man who
was using it. This man explain* x
the proce s of dictating letter.,
which saved the dictator a great
deal of time.
Mr. Reynolds offered the typist n
job and an interest In his business
if he would come to Winston. The
man inquired^ life size ol Winston
and contrasting it with New York
declined the pioneer tobacco lead
er’s offer. Whether thp man lived
to see what a mistake he made, Dr.
Lilly did not know. But that he re
jected a magnificent opportunity
everyone who knows anything about
the success Mf. Reynolds achieved
can very well appreciate.
Whiskey Not Wine
Washington.—Distillation of nieci-.
icinal whiskey to replenish the
country’s stocks, rapidly decreas
ing since adoption of prohibition,
was resumed during the last year
and 2,43*631 gallons was manufac
tured at seven distilleries.
Dr. Janies M. Doran, industrial
alcohol commissioner, in his an
nual report said tiie medicinal
whiskey lmd been increased by that
amount during the year while 53 -
258 gallons of brandy were pro
duced for medicinal and general
non-beverage purposes and 1,070 -
719 gallons for denaturation and
Twenty fruit distilleries were
operated during tho year, produc
ing 820,278 wine gallons of brandy
There's still plenty of champagiv
and wine 1.491,756 pines, 607,874
quarts, 12,571 half-pints, and 753
magnums (half-gallons) of It., toll
legally salable to sick Americans,
but gathering dust in winneries, a
drug upon the market.
. Owners arc pained, it is said
because doctors apparently gener
ally prescribe whiskey instead of
champagne for convalescents.
Parrot May Squeal
On Texas Murderer
New Caney, Texas.—-Solution of
the ax slaying of a man and a wom
an in a minstrel show tent here
may hinge upon the chatter of a
With Ricks Hill, young motion
picture operator, being sought under
an indictment for murder, authori
ties provided special care fbr the
half-starved bird found in a cage
near the bodies of L. H. Brownlee;
58, head of the show, and Martha
Smith, 35, his emploee, late
Hans Nagel, keeper of tiie muni
cipal zoo ot^Houston, Tex., said the
parrot, if sufficiently aroused, might
indicate the identity of tiie slayer.
By growing corn itfter turning un
der a lespedeza sod. George Dawdle
of Macon county produced Uw
bushels an acre. He used a high
grade of fertilizer also.
Having qualified uv administrator of
the estate oi Laura A .Weils, deceased,
laie of Cleveland county. North Caro
lina. tills is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned at
Shelby. N. C. on or before the 28th day
of November. 11132, or tills notice will be
pleaded iu bar of their recover! AH per
sons Indebted to said estate will please
make .Immediate settlement. This the
25th day of November, 1931.
FRANK L. HOYLE. Adminiatra
, tor of Laura A. Welle, deceased
at Nov 25p
Coder and by virtue of the power and
authority conterred upon me. by reason
of a certain deed of trust dated March 5
1*311, executed by O. Z. Wilson and wile
Willie Wilson, Matilda Jane Wilson (sin
gle p, i nd Ockle Ellen Wilson (single) to
Bynum E Weathers trustee, same being
of record In the office of the register ot
deeds for Cleveland county, N. C . In booh
lo.l. page 183 securing an Indebtedness
therein reftrred to. and default having
been made In the payment of said in
debtedness, and having been called upon
ip execute the trust. I. trustee as afore
said. will sell for cash to the highest bid
der at public auction at the court house
door in Shelby, N c . on
Monday, January It. Ititr*.
at 12 o'clock M.t the following described
All of that certain tract of land lyin'}
In No 8 township. Cleveland county N
C„ adjoining lauds of W. T. Powell. J. A
Horn. Sam Hamrick. Fred R Washburn
and wita, lia Maud Washburn, Jot
Covingiun. et »i„ bounded as follows:
Beginning at a hickory, Joe Covington's
corner, and runs with W. T. Powell's line
N. 82 E. 127 poles to a stone In W 'X
Powells line; thence with J A. Horns
line S. 2 W. 81 1-3 poles to a stone pile:
ttionce with 8am Hamricks and Fred
R Washburn and wife. Ila Maud Wash
burn s lines W. 134 pole* to a stone. Joe
Covington s corner; thence with Ms lire
N 8» 1-3 poles to the place OF begmninr
containing 56" i acres, more or less.
Being the same property conveyed to
O. Z. Wilson by two deeds as follow,,
HI. Deed from Matilda Jane Wilson (sit,
gle) and Ockle Ellen Wilson [single, dal
ed AtifuRt 17. 1927, and recorded in book
3-W Pile 153: (2i. Deed from T p wtl
son and wE’ C Wilson by deed dated
August 17. 1937 and recorded In book
3-W at page 154. both of the Cleveland
county registry. 9
This land Is offered foi sale subject t,
a prior encumbrance in favor of thi
North Carolina Joint Stock Land Bans
of Durham, Durham, N. c\. impaUt t,\, ,
and any other prior liena which mav be
This the 9th day of December 1831
BYNt’M E WEATHERS Trustee !
ft Dec •
Mt. Sinai News
Of Current Week
To Give Program at County Home.
Home Club To Meet. Mrs. Wil
liams Under Operation.
(Special to The Star.)
Mount Sinai. Dec. 15.—The inter
mediate girls of Mount Sinai Sun
day school will give a program at
the county home next Sunday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Yates Putnam, teach
er of this class will sponsor the
The Woman's home economics
club will meet with Mrs. F. B Put
nam on Tuesday afternoon Dec. 22
The club will make candy. All
members arc asked to be present.
Little Miss Ruth White, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry White, has
been confined to her home for the
past ten days' with sickness. She
seems to be improv ing some at this
Born to Mi\ and Mrs. Evans Bos
tic in the Shelby hospital, Dec. 13,
a baby girl. Mrs. Bostic before her
marriage was Miss Eval Rollins.
Misses Mugdelene Wright and
Helene Putnam of No. 3 high school
were attractive Thursday night
guest of Misses Rheamcr and Em
mer Lee Clary.
Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Bridges re
ceived a message Saturday that
their daughter, Mrs. Erastus Wil
linm on of Lawndale was in the
Lincolnton hospital under a double
operation. The people of this com
munity sympathize with Mrs. Wil
liamson and hope for her a speedy
recovery. Mrs. •. -idges and Mr.
Elmo Bridges were at her bedside
Mr. Graham Weaver of Flint Hill
I spent Tuesday and Wednesday with
iMi. Jessie Clary.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Putuani and
; daughter, Rebecca, of Shelby, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Yates Putnam
: Friday night.
Miss Vernia Ellis spent Thursda"
I night with Misses Laura Lee and
I Mary Beele Humphries near Zour
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Blackburn of
i Lawndale spent Saturday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Yates Putnam
| and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben McSwain
hind children accompanied Mrs.
. Mary McSwain to her home near
j Beaver Dam Sunday where they
i. pent the day.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ellis, Mrs. M.
; it. Ellis, Miss Nell and Mr. J, c.
Ellis visited relatives in Swainvillc
Messrs. Berry McSwain and Fred
;Grigg from near Lattimore spent
| Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. I) F
Mr. and Mrs. Bralnard Westmore
land and children of Blacksburg, S
C. were dinner guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bridges.
Mr, and Mrs. .Andrew Hunt of
Shelby were guests of Mr. and Mi<
J. M. Hunt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hamrick of
Mother* Now Solve
With New Vick Plan
Problem X)f Colds
I ' . . *•*
Of peculiar Interest to mothers is
the Vick Plan for better "(Jontrol
of-Colds” i nthe home. The Plan is
introduced w ith the new Vicks Nose
and Throat Drops, based on a new
idea for ‘preventing” colds—com
panion to Vicks VapoRub, the fam
ily standby for ‘’treating” colds.
Used together as directed you can
(have fewer and less severe colds in
your family this winter—a reduc
tion of your "Colds-Tax” In money,
loss of time and health. advt.
“JF I got constipated,
* I would get dizzy
and have swimming
in my head. I would
have very severtj
“For a while I
thought I wouldn’t
be I could wear out
the headaches; but I
found they were
wearing me out.
“I found Black
Draught would re
lieve this, so when I
have the very first
symptoms, I take
now I don't have the
“I am a firm be
liever In Black
Draught, and after
using it 20 or more
years, I am satisfied
to continue its use.”
—F. S. McKinney, Orange
Park, Fla, «m
W'OMKX who are run-down, or)
suffer every month, should take]
Ckniui. Used for over 50 ' *
Sharon spent Thursday with Mr
and Mrs. L A. Rogers.
Mesdames J. H. and Dewey Rol
lins and son. Max, and guests, M>
and Mrs. L. E. Weaver, Misses No
rine and Buna Rollins of Gaffney
visited Mrs. Evans Bostic in the
Shelby hospital Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. R. N, Hawkins u‘.
Shelby were Sunday calleys at Mr
and Mrs. John Hawkins.
Of Current Week
Mrs. Morrison In Hospital Following
Stroke. Mrs. Richards Cele
brates 87th Birthday.
(Special to The Star.)
Lawndale, Dec. 15.—Mr. and Mrs.
Enos Cordell and son, Harold, of
Georgia spent the week-end with
Mrs. Cordelia Rollins of Lawndale.
Miss Rose Mauney spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Mau
ney of near Casar.
Mrs. M. M. Richard celebrated
her 87th birthday Sunday with a
The Piedmont high school bov
and girls have a double header bas
ketball game with Henrietta-Caro
leen boys and girl at the Piedmont
Un can Friday night the 18th. The
first game starts at 7:30.
Miss Irene Smawley spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Bridges of Shelby.
We afe sorry to hear of Mrs. Ad
die Morrison being ill. She suffered
a stroke of paralysis Dec. 12. and
was carried to the Shelby hospital
We. are also very sorry to hear of
Mrs. Rose Neal being in the Shelby
hospital suffering from pellagra/
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Biggerstaff
spent the week-end in Forest City.
Born to Mr. and Mis. Lawrence
Brackett, Dee. n, a bouncing baby
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richard had
as theft guests Saturday night: Mr
and Mrs. L. P. Mauney and little
daughter, Norma Patsy.
Miss Charline Brackett of near
Casar Is spending a part of this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Beri,
Mrs. Mannie Neal has been ill
with diphtheria, but is better at this
Drinkmore—You have me so upset
I am seeing red,
His wife—Well, you never could
see any farther than the end ol
Bride Is 35 and Her
I Groom Seventy Two
Toluca, Dec. 15.—Miss Vertle
t'anipc of Maiden, but former
ly of the Toluca section and Mr.
Marlon Huffman were recent
ly married. The bride is 35 and
the groom is 72 years of age.
Washington, N. C., Dec. 14.—O.,
B. Wyne, jr., 14, Washington high (
football player and son of a prom- j
inent Beaufort farmer, died in a i
hospital here about 11 o'clock last I
night an hour after an unavoid
able Occident in which the boy was
thrown from his bicycle under the
wheels of an automobile driven by
Richard Chauncey. This was the
third death here Sunday from au
Of Killing His Son
Augusta, Ga.—J. M. William
former Rochelle, C»a„ minister, v,
found guilty last week of the slay
ing of his ninete#n-year-old sailer
son. Raford Grady Williams. Th*
jury recommended mercy which
means a life sentence will be i<h
$300 In Gold Taken
Burlinftort—1Thieves looted the
vault in the court house office of
E. H. Murray, clerk of cojjrt at
Graham, taking 300, most of which
was in gold coin belonging to Mur
Tlie thieves entered t.' • building
through the basement and "jim
mied" three iron doors and a draw
er to reacli the cash.
Indeed yes'! Nothing can take the place
of toys in the child’s heart. But among
those toys,.on Christmas morning, there,
should he a little book, far more precious
than all the other gifts—
A Bank Book
To teach your child the habit of suvirg
and make it fun.
Open a Sidings Account for Helen or
Jimmy This Christmas.
HERE ARE SENSATIONAL
IN 3 CHOICE GROUPS
$35.00 I-, jffWfc Mag*
ALL OTHER COATS
Women who know Fashion—and who know
Value will quickly take advantage of this op
portunity to make a very substantial saying
on the purchase of a Winter Coat.
SHELBY, N. C.