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R, C. Rivers, Proprietor.
Thursday,- Apkil 25, 1918.
Stock Holders' MtetiRf.
All persona holding stock in
the Boone & Blowing Itock Turn
pike are hereby notified to meet
in annual session at the court
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:: ImraediatelyIfter the passage nnt affo,d t0 ,,ome
of the war-revenue act on Octo-.tnt performance, roe. event
ber 3, 1917, some question arose promises to be one of the best
as to whether the (orapeneation ever offered to a Booneaodwnce.
paid Senators and Represents I The parts in the play are to be
lives in Congress was subject to taken by some of our town peo-
The con-! P,e anu 11 e casti OI cuaraciers is
LI1B DAIZD3 LriUULD IQAi m, Uw I
AwirAMir of ntino an iffol intn ft. as follows:
general charge, made by little Mr. Lafohl. an indifferent Amer
men, that members of both hous- uiillionaire, Mr. T. B.
es (f Congress had exempted'., . .....
u . r Mrs L:fobl, his wife, Mrs. Powell
A war play, "Claim Allowed," There will be a patriotic meet
will be presented in the auditor- ing at Henson's Chanel, A man
ium of the Appalachian Training oq
muwui u iuuioub,! fiv . . ... ,ii I
2nd at 8 o'clock. This is the,2'1"' beginning at one o clock, nouse in Boone on Monday, May
best play that has ever been in- p. m. we will nave some good g, at 2 p. m. Those holding
speakers for the occasun, natri- stock not transferred will please
otic 'sonirs: also the Cove Creek brinK 8ame a,1(1 nave new certifl
r-.-i n t cates issued.
rue uiiu ui uui ui jjb. lah. vvijm
body come, and let's have a
N. L. JJAST, Chm.
Liberty Loau Committee, Wa
themselves from income tax, exess
profit tax and surtax on their
salaries The confusion evidently
comes from ti eating "income"
and "excess-profits" as oue and
thejarae, when, as a matter of
fact, they are different taxe. Un
der the income paragraph of the
last revenue law all raarrid men0
are allowed an exemtion oi f 2,
000.00 and uumarried men of
1,000.00, while under tbe excels-
profits tax paragraph all per
sons, whether married or single,
are allowed an exemption of $6,
000.00. Before the passage of the
act of Octoler 3rd, 1917. Mem
liers of Congress paid on their
salary an income tax of only
$70.00 per year, but under this
last law each member will pay
annually on his salary $205.00
income tax and in addition, will
pay 8 per cent on that part of
his salary which is above the ex
emption, which means that be
will pay $120.00 more, making
a total of $325.00 under the new
law, as against $70.00 under the.
" No member of the G5th Con-
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Rflt fionianvtax that is anDli-
cable to all citizens, and this is
mmf fan HtifK tlia lwtr.A tliflt. it
HI IVldl mill UUD L UUV IV
, may correct auy erroneous im
pressions that may have been
made 'upon the minds of those
who have not investigated the
matter. Let us be just.
J. S: WINKLER, Sec'y.
Notice of Sale of Good Read losis.
"Actions speak louder than
words -Act - Don't Talk - Buy Now
Dabney Lalohl, his patriotic son
Prof. I. G. Greer
Ethel Lafohl, his daughter, Miss
Lillian Carmen, Dabney's fiance, i
Miss Pearl Hodges.
Tom Bradley, Ethel's patriot,
Mr. Austin South.
Mr. Metz, a German-American
Mr. J. T. Miller.
Mrs. Metz, his son's wife, Mrs. 0.
Sherman Metz, his grandson,
Mary Metz, his grand daughter,
Mrs. Hobenzollern, a propagan
dist, Mrs. M. P. Critcher.
Heine Hobenzollern, her brother
Mrs. Thompson of the Red Cross,
Miss Mabel Toppings.
Little Scout, doing his bit, Rob
Neb, the black bird, Mr. D. Jones
Students to All.
The Training School will close
on rriday at noon. Parents
coming for the students should
come in time for the play and
Watauga County, North Caro
Una. offers flt'tv thousand (50-.
BuICK. CARS, hke Singer Sew- 000) dollars Good Roads Bonds
ing Machines or Nisseii Wag- 5 per cent, semi annual interest,
mm iipft fni wwiikfifiwn to nopfi serial issue, five to ten yeais.
j.,.,- i .... oeaiea oias May oin, iiuo, at 2
advertising. If you want one L . m ' ' fini , fpm
iuis Hfuifuii, w?uu me your or-Mav to day until bonds are sold
der now. May not get auy Reserve the right to relect all
later. U. W. Horton. Distrit- bids. Certified check vouched
utor, Watauga, Ashe and Alle- for by local bank, l per cent of
ghany counties, North Wilkefc- ul",cTV ,.
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Try This For Sour Stomach.
hat slowly, masticate your
bod thoroughly. Eat but little
meat i.ud none at all at supper.
f yon are ntill troubled with a
sour stormich take on of Cbam-
berlaiu'sTablets before goinn to
BLOWING ROCK BREEZES
Rev. John Ingle and wife who
have been yisiting friends and
relatives "below the mountains"
have returned to their beautiful
home near Green Park.
Robt. W. Inple, son of Rev.
John Ingle, died March 25, and
was buried in the cemetery at Le
noir. He was. buried lust one
year and one hour after his
brother, Jesse. "Tuberculosis was
the cause of his death. He leaves
a wife to mourn his loss. He
died in the triumph of faith. The
agd coup'e have our sympathy
in this their sad bereavement.
Rev. Mr Atkins filled bis ap
pointments here Sunday.
Hon. F. A. Liuney and Sheriff
.W. P. Moody passed through
the village Saturday evening on
their way to Boone.
The Sunday School is progress
ing nicely under the supervision
of our efficient Supr. J. H. Wink
ler. . "Amicus."
Mr. W. M. Bullock was visiting
friends in Sbulls Mills Sunday.
. Mr. Milton Coffey and sisters
were visiting friends in Caldwell
; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dula were
visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Berry Sunday.
Received last week by Miss Ma
mie Berry a beautiful silk pillow
from Donald Thompson at Camp
Jackson, S. C,
Mr. J. C. Church and daugh
ters made a trip to Newland on
a - Rev. S. E. Gragg was called to
attend the burial services of Mr
Talsie Andrews. The young man
,asl8 years old and leaves ma
?; llfss Beulah Berry visited at
7atauga, Tenn. last week. '
;Mr. E. V. Freeman has taken
crk with the Rttter LumberCo.
) Dushnell, N. C.
Iraininf School Items.
An evening with Shakespeare
was given at the girls' donnito-
tory on the 15th, Monday. The
opening song was "Columbia tnr
Gem of the Ocean." Miss Delia
Earthing gave a brief sketch of
the author's life. Miss Satie
Hunt told about his marriage
and home. Miss Parsons gavea
most vivid picture of Stratford
upon-Avon. These were follow
e 1 by Prof. B. B. Dougherty who
gave a number of interesting e-
vents of Shakespeare's life, clos
ing with other entertaining inci
len a. The closing song wa9 the
"Rattle Hymu of the Republic."
Ernest Moore, an ex-'18 stu-
lent, was here during a few days
of the past week, on leaf of ab
sence from Camp Taylor.
Rev. Mr. Cross was at chape
exercise on Thursday, making a
good talk to the students.
un x naay aiternoon tne sec
oud year went on a picnic out the
railroad grade toward Hodges
Gap. Caught in a shower as they
were returning, and taking re
fuge at the brick kiln, they effec
ted a class organization.
On Monday evening, the 22
the Juniors gave their Annua:
Reception to the Seniors. The
Faculty and some of their wives
and many of the Trustees and
their wives were present and it
was a most enjoyable occasion
The usual toasts, witty and oth
erwise, were given and much en
joyed. The Reception was given
at the girl's dormitory. Here
to the classes of '18 end '19,
May the best and truest be their
The school is interested in buy
ing Thrift and War Saving!
Stamps. Particulars later. Here
is where none should fail to show
up and stand true. No other
time in the history of the world
is so faught with momentous
The young ladies of the dormi
tory have recently added a num
ber of fine pictures to those in
their parlors. This spirit is to
be highly commended.
Mr. Wagner Rese, the super-
visor of printing is all smiles
The new printing press has come,
. The school is under obligations
for special favors in getting the
plants for the campus to Mr. E.
FOODS TASTE BETTER COOKED
TOBACCO TASTES BETTER
Since the day of the caveman, who
lOcedfhie meat raw, civiliiatkra has
leaned a lot about the scientific treat
meat of the things we eat
Naturally none of us would now
prefer to have our meat raw, our po
tatoes as they come from the ground,
our coffee unroasted.
And naturally follows the great dis
covery recently made by The Ameri
can Tobacco Co. that tobacco tastes
This wonderful new idea simple
like all great inventions was first
used in producing the famous LUCKY
STRIKE Cigarette made of toasted
Burleyhas a mellow flavor, entirely
different from the tobacco usually
used for cigarettes. It is a pipe to
bacco andLUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes
taste like a.pipe.-
THE EPISCOPAL CHDRCH IN WATAUGA CO I
Blowing Uoi-k: Every Sunday
morning 10:;H) and 11:
Boone: Fit stand Third Sun-
da 4:80 p. m.
Shulls Mill: Fourth Sunday
4:00 p. m.
J. N. ATKINS.
Notice of Dissolution.
North Carolina, Watauga county.
ro an concerned:
all who need or will need a good wagon to know
that I still have some Weber and Buckeye Wag
ons on hand at an attractive price, much under
the present market price. : : : : x
I will sell you these wagons on any terjns you
like, on installment plan if you like, $10 down
and $10 a month, or if you wish to pay cash will
give you a good discount
If you are interested call on or write me.
West Riverside, N. C.
write W. R.
Gragg, clerk of the board of com
missioners, at Boone, N. t.
W. R. GRAGG,
Clerk to the Board of Countv
Ncrth Carolina, Watauga County,
Sarah Coffey, widow of C. J. Coffey
Deceased, and Junio ColTey, ny ber I
f uardlan, W. D. Ashley, VS. Thos
!offey, Emma (franc and bus
band, John Oragtr. John Coffey and I
wife, Francis Coffey, Owln Coffey
and wile Julia voney, cnarley Cor
fey and wire, Amanda Coney Hat.
tie Stooks and husband Charlie
Stocks, Rufus Coffey and Emma
By virtue of an order of the Superior
court in tne aoove entitled action,
appointed tbe undersigned a eommls
esloner to sell the lands ot C. J. Cof
fey. I will on the 6th day of May 1918
sen torue nignest Didder roreasn tne
following described lands t o w 1 1 :
Being the land on which tbe said C
J. Coffey lived at the time of bis
death, and being bounded on tne!
north by the lands of the Boone Fork
Lnmber Co and W. 8. Whitinir. on
the wet by Roby coffey on south Cipital, Surplus, Pfufits and Stockholders, Liability
j v u n v u uuud v tasiu waa mid sznsiti a t s
Rufus ( offey and Rufe Baldwin Con. It ban been the nolicT of this bank to render the creates fc eemc
aiut 150 acres. Said sale will be ttia.)e possible to the citizens of 'Watauga county. We appreciate the
suDjeci io rue aowtr ngnt or ineeaia -nnfl(ipnPfl f,hnfti,1 t,vo ftiimxm : lia nnf1 hn anoxia tu I.ava
r v'. I ul.4 :.. u..:i.j: l i.s.. s Hi.'.:-
IIMIIW.il III I HITIIIIM III I II I III I 1 II U .11 I I II. M .nilllT IIMIIU.il T III. .11,111. IIU
vv ltn our improved equipment we are better than ever prepare!
co serve them.
N. U MAST, Pres.
Q, P. HAG AM AN, Cash.
W. C. COFFEY, Vise Pre
J. T. MILLER, ass'tCash.
That Appreciates and Protects its Customs
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deceased, and allotted by T. L. Crit
eher. T. F. Greer and W. L Holsbour
er, commissioners appointed by the
I court, to wnuh rerareuoe is hereby
made for more complete description
of said dower. This 23d day of Maroh
T. E. BINGHAM, Com.
Notice Is hereby glveu to all concern
ed that any partnership heretofore
exiftiuK by and betweeu W. F. Reere
andW.fi Rftcee of Reese, N. 0 has
been' dissolved and the said W. (i
Bank of Blowing Rock
BLOWING ROCK. N. C.
Reese assumes all existing obligation I - . , .
under the said partnership of tbe offers to everj business man or
am w. Keesi and w. KeeRe hpad of a hmsfhnl(1 its cmnt. fn.
ru j ui viD uuv rniu aa
will be paid to the said w,
The partnership referred to here is for navino'hilla hv fiiofVn moili
!.. . till I i j I . " "
Tlie Watauga County Bank
BOONE, NORTH CAR0JJXA.
Boone Realty Co.
Office in Court-House
, We are prepared to offer some special bargains ia real
estate to those interested in locating in or near Boone. If
you have property to sell, see us; if you wish to buy, see
If interested, see John W. Hodges, W. D. Farthing
or G. P. Hagaman.
April 20, 19 8.
W. G. REESE
od that simplifies and adds dip
uity t& every transaction oi busi-
ness and frreatly improves one's
financial standing. Connection
with a Bank proves itself the en-
North Garolina, Watauga county, in terprising business man's best
ar Every progressive mer-
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jttiniisteii, and k. a. coffey, tn stee cnant siiouiu make it Ms duty
vo. j a. e-uroiaien. tn :nnn;m nkr..,f onm, I
The defendant above named will V "T", ' ' 'T
take notice that an action entitled offered by the Bank of Blowing
as above has been commenced In the Rook
Superior court of Watautia county
to revive h judgment, which was reu
dered in favor or the plaintiff and
against the defendants iu an act iou
entitled: People's Bank of Elizabeth
ton, Vs. 0 F Ediulsten, and D J cot
trell, George A Hannsr, J 8 Uulguard
and j. A bduusten, at the Fall term
ot Watauita superior tourt 1008, for
tbe sum of $060.09 Mid costs $50.00,
wbioh Judfrtuent was docketed on the
judgment docket of said court on the
day of 1008, and said de
fendant will further take notice that
a motion will be made on the 15th
day of May 1918 to have said judg
ment revived, and he is required to
appear on said date and show cause
it any he has why eieeution should
noticsueon said judgment for the
amount still unpaid. This the 11th
day of April 19 8.
VV. D. Farthing, C, S. 0.
W. P. SPEAS, M. D.
PRACTICE LIMITED TO
Eye, Ear', Nose and Throat
J1ICKOKT DRUG CO.
HOCR8-0 to 19 1
2 to 5
When in need of anything in the Hardware Line,
be sure o look over my stock before buying; as '
my prices are low considering the quality of
the goods handled. I carry a big line of
shelf hardware, heavy hardware, in
cluding farming implements.
C. Robbins, of Kelsey'a Nursery,
Prof. Skafrgs, of Watauga Aca
demy, Butler, Tenn., and Mr. Al
vin Gambill, of Butler. Also to
Mr. T. W. Campbell, of Elizabeth-
ton, Tenn., for a' nice bunch of
strawberry plants for the school
Quality Printing I CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
turned out promptly ancQbatiB
faction guaranteed or no pay.
WATAUfi) PRIITIKG COMPANY
BOONE, N. O.
For a Bad Cold.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Eem
(dT. It h&R at nod tha teat o
tin fi and ran Kb dpnAnrlpH nnnnf 1
on hand at all times, also the famous Vulcan Plow. Rt
pairs for any plow can always be found at my store. I
handle all kinds of farming implements and repairs' for
them, also farm tools.
M. B. BLACKBURN
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