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hi- "THE UNIVERSAL CAR ! J7 a fll'j- 111 i fully eatowrf ift Imetrie tutor, dmmoantmbla rimt, attn tint, mod mon-tkxl tit mil mrouad. For Busy People FIVE Hundred and Ninety Five Dol- lars Can you conceive of such a low price for such a high class enclosed car? The Ford Coupe has always been a pop ular car for the man or woman keeping appointments, whether social, business or professional, because it is always ready for use and gets there on time with com fort and convenience to its occupants. It is even more popular now at the new price of $595.00 Order today for reasonably prompt de livery. Terms if desired. "K. - ft J. B. TAYLOR Boone, N. C. Valle Cruris, ff. C. NOTICE OP PUBLICATION. North Caroliaa, Watauga Coun ty. Mary Grogan vs. Cicero Grogan. The defendant above named will take notice that an action enti tled as above has been commenc ed in the Superior Court of Wa tauga county to obtain a divorce; ana the said defendant will fur ther take notice that he is requir ed to either appear before the Clerk of the Superior Court, in compliance to the statute made and provided, before or at term time in Watauga county, which term will be held on the last Monday in March, (the 27th day thereof) at the court house of said county, in Boone, N. C, and answer or demur to the com plaint in said action, or the plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said com plaint. This the 35th day of Jan uary, 1922. A. W. SMITH, Clerk Superior Court Watauga County. WATCH REPAIRING! , Done under a positiveguar- a n t e e. Jewelry repaired. Estimates furnished on all omail orders. Satisfaction warranted. Office back o f Watauga Bank. J. W. D RYAN, Jeweler, 0C3.1LFRE0 7. 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"I continued to get bet ter, all my Ills left me, and I went through . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, andmyself thank God am once more hale . and hearty, can walk miles, do jay- work, though U-ypn old, feel like a new person. All I owe to CarduL" For many years Cardul has been found helpful In building up the system ' TO RE-DISTRIBUTE & THE SURPLUS GOLD SUCH STEP TO THE INTEREST OP UNITED STATES, ACCORDING TO STATEMENT. V DISCUSS EXCHANGE SITUATION Should Be Utilized Through Invest ment In Foreign Channels, Says ' - Recommendation. Washington. The United States feels It to be to Its own interest that the surplus stocks of gold In the coun try should be redistributed and utilized through investment in foreign chan nols, according to a statement on the effect of exchanges on inter-American commerce made public by the United States section of the inter-American high commission. The statement expressed the views of the American section, of which Secretary Hoover is chairman, on the International exchange situation tor (he Information of the Latin-American sections of the commission, the Inter change of views having been arranged after a meeting of all the national sec tlons In their various apltala last month. In its statement the American sec tion discussed the exchange situation from the European standpoint as well as from the lntqr-Antertcan and United States angle. In this country, the statement de clared, the situation was unfortunate because .the high premiirm on Ameri can exchange has attracted the gold flow of the world, resulting in over stocking beyond currency needs and a surplus earning no Interest and serv In gno useful purpose. - "The' United States," the statement said, "feels it to be to Its own Interest that this gold should be utilized In foreign channels, and also that It be redistributed. . From an economic point of view, the method of utilisa tion If by the Investment of capital abroad, the method of redistribution should be through loans for repro ductive enterprise and by specific fold loans to ountries which are In a position to undertake the reorgani zation of their currencies on a gold basis. The United States section re gard it as mutually desirable and profitable that capital Investments should be made In the other Ameri can republics where national credit rests squarely on stability in the so cial order. . Responsibility for the disordered world exchange situation was attrib uted by the statement to dislocations still existing in the whole internal economic structure and the derange ments of the Internal price structure. The exchange situation, the American section asserted, would Improve-as the world's economic recovery, especially in Europe, goes on, and particularly as price distortions disappear. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. 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