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traffic light up
AT GRANITE STREET
Intersection Where Heavy
Travel Converge* Now
Safeguarded
A nr" traffi' light recfntly ordered
t\ th<* Cit\ Counfil w.m put into com
mission yesterday at the intersection
0 f South Garnett and Granite streets.
The light ».it itista l led after a num
ber of serious tnouan no fatal, acci
cer.t? had n*curt«-d there. It is the
po;r.t wf.ri« Route SO of the State
H.ghwav svstem which is Route 1 of
;he Kid.iui s>Steal, and Route 75
f r ont Durham to Henderson converge,
hr.r.gii.g together all through traffic
for ti.e run through the main busi
es se>tiiin of the city. That heavy
travel, together with city traffic, com
bines to make the intersection one of
the most important and at least con
siderably ha/atdous. in the whole town
The signal light was purchased
from an elect t tea! manufacturing
company and was installed under the
aue non and supervision of W. M.
C.f/in street supetintendent of the
city
Sooner or later. false thinking
cr.r.gs wrong conduct.
How To Stop
Offensive
Foot Odors
\ .1 want t>* c. I rid of hot wcaih
. • «.<!..rs. just i il> your feet w ith
- Kia«-rald r*i! at liedtime.
,i;■ l <>;i n.-iitr »lj-/.-s offensive,
|n-: spiral ion anil overcomes
... . pu.i'.m! odors the second you
, i .t's .*«> refreshlnKt Takes the
■ < ; st.i in.t i i tired, hot feet and
:■>:* ti.ein wonderfully. Keeps feet
... -mi..;v too, no matter how hot’
...i 1 d..\ |
l ,i. m! s l»rutr Store says lie won’t
,- r . i .r itione> unless Knu-rald Oil
r-.’- >.ur summer foot troubles.
• --Ail 1
TW most important thing to discover when buying a tire
J today is fhb: Is it built with Tampered Rubbor? If so, you
bo absolutely sure of thousands of extra miles. It has been
deftnitly established, for example, by the Pittsburgh
SSw. Testing Laboratory working in conjunction with ten
great colleges that the U.S. Royal delivers from 1%
to 1 5% more mileage than other leading makes.
Yet U. S. Royals cost no more than the others
and we’ll accept your old, wom tires as part
payment. Tempered Rubber is an exclusive
deeelopmentofthell.S. Rubber Company
B I # ’’ MB * S Warn I araHuK
1 12 w 35 475x19 $4 63
I U Se i 4:50x21 395 5:25x21 6 ? 8 . |i
FORD —CHtVWOLfT
I .A 4.40-21
s each mmrwmm M B»■ *b
IK pairs Wm I K Hw |
Master Tire Co., Distribute
Vuca, OruivUle, rrMiklin, Warren and EUlfu OoontlM •
RETAIL OUTLETS IN HENDERSON 1
Servo-All Service Station City Service-Station *^“?«ServiceSU^(»n
180 North Wifite* Most 136 South William SUUA °* rn<tt Btrert __
ewwker
mmm
Fbrmer Middleburg Man**
Body To Be Brought
Here From Tenne**ee
Eugene Livy Crocker, former resi
dent of Middleburg. died Wednesday
m Knoxville. Tenn., according to a
nvaeaage re«'eived here l*st night by
J- A. Turner. No details about the
death were contained in the message,
r C l, ocker wa » the son of the late
Luther Rice Crocker and Martha Tur
ner Crocker, and was born in War
ren county. He lived in Middleburg
during his boyhood. Surviving «ro
the following brothers: Thomas H
Crocker, Greensboro; Stephen Crock
er, Boston. Mass.; and John T. Crock
er, Raleigh.
B w erviCes will be held from
the Middleburg Methodist Episcopal
church tomorrow afternoon at 3
o’clock, with interment follow*-- in
the Middleburg cemetery.
OOMPLETiNGPIANS
TOR TAWS’MEET
Annual Session To Be Held
In Raleigh From Aug.
20 To Sept. 3
Raleigh, Aug. 11.—( AP)—Plans are
being completed for the 30th annual
session of the North Carolina Farm
ers’ Convention here August 20 to
September 3, which Is expected to be
attended by between 2,000 and 3,000
persons.
C. A. Sheffield, secretary, announced
today Governor O. Max Gardner and
Senator Josiah W. Bailey have been
invited to address the farmers and
farm women in the general meetings
to be held each night and both are
expected to accept.
Another widely-known speak will
be secured if possible. Sheffield said.
One-week courses of study in all
the principal branches of agricultural
instruction taught at N. C. State Col-
HENPERSOK, TN. C..T DAILY BraPStTCH- THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1982 '
canadaopens WELLANDCW AL
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Photos snapped during the formal
ceremonies at the opening of the
new Welland canal at Thorold,
Ont., a3 Canadian notables gath
ered to celebrate the event, which
makes it possible for the largest
of lake ships to enter Lake On
tario. Top photo shows the S. S.
Lemoyne passing through lock
lege, where the convention will be
held, have been mapped out and will
be given free of charge.
There also will be tfeld during the
week a meeting of the State Federa
tion of home Demonstration Clubs.
Mrs. D. A. McCormick of Robeson
county, is president of the State fed
eration and W. Warren Watson of
Landing, Hyde < ounty, is presi
dent of the farmers' convention.
The best teacher endeavors to re
late learning to life.
No. Cat Thorold. Below are, left
to right, Richard B. Bennett,
prime minister of Canada; the
Earl of Besshorough, governor
general of Canada; Dr. R. J. Man
ion, minister of railways and
canals, and Lord Duncannon, son
of Lord Bessborough, as they at
tended the cercmoniea.
SIR WALTERJIOTEL
CASH TAKEN AGAIN
SIBO IJftt’d From Second Floor De
pository in Broad Daylight
Arouses Suspicions
Dally nispateh Cares*,
l» t*e Hir Waller Hotel.
Raleigh, Aug. 11—State Prison fin
ger experts have not yet found the
fingers which match the daylight rob
ber of teh Sir Walter money drawer
Monday of tbia week and lifted from
the depository SIOO in currency.
The hotel management thinks it was
*n inside job os no average pilferer
could have known just where to look
to find the key that poena the money
container and having opened to find
exactly where the money was. There
were two $5 notes On the floor end the
supposition is that the thief was in too
grsat a hurry to pick up his cash. The
robbery took all the currency in the
bouse at that hour.
WESTERS’
sth Anniversary Sale >
We are offering attractive grocery and meat specials to celebrate
our fifth birthday.
Feeds Fresh Meats Coffee j
anco Ship Stuff, bag SI.OO Pig Liver, pound 5c Good Coffee, per lb. *l2 l-2c
Statenbille Mill Feed Mixed Sausage lb. ... 7 l-2e t ( ’ hoicp Co ««- P» r *«»•■«•
hno- <ti in Luzianne Coffee, per lb. 25c
8 * Stew Beef, lb 7 l-2e
Hen Feed, bag $1.50 “
Chuch Steak, 1b.,. 12 l-2c Other Sner’inl* »
C. S. Meal, bag si.io _ , wuier opec.iai*
Round Steak. lb., 20c ir. •
C. S. Hulls, bag 35c „ Snuff, 15c fuze ...... 13c
Pure Pork Sausage, lb., 10c Snuff, 30e size 25c '
Country Pork Sausage, 20c Snuff, 60c size .. 49c
Sunbeam Flour Veal Chops, lb., 15e Tobacco, plug .. 15c
Sunbeam Flour, plain, Pork Chops, lb., 15c *^ utoa ’ *
barrel 13.50 Creamery Butter .lb ... 25c
Sunbeam Flour, plain —-——Corn. 3 cans ...«, 25c
lbs 95c Orbit Flour Peas.. 3 cans ..., 25c
Sunbeam Flour, plain Orbit F'lour plain, bbl. $3.90 ,Va ° heR ’ per ca,t 17c
24 lbs 50c Orbit Flour, pi. 48 lbs. SI.OO Tomatoes. 3 can* 25c
Sunbeam F7our, plain Orbit F3our, pi. 24 lbs. 55c Fat meat. lb. .. 7 l-2c
12 lbs 28c Orbit F’lour, pi. 12 lbs. 29c Rib Meat, lb., 9 l-2c :
We deliver any size order and guarantee every item we tell to
please or your money refunded. *
WESTER'S
Corner of Garnette and Horner Streets |
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Trade Day Specials I
Every Department Is Offering Unusual j
Bargains For This Occasion i
Ladies’ silk dresses, many with long sleeves, suited for fall wear- j
ing, regularly priced this season from $5.00 to $25.00 Half Price. !|
Pure Silk Willa Loom French Crepe, lace trimmed and tailored jj
gowns, bought this week to sell at $1.50, Trade Day, price $1.25 !j
Window shades, green, ecru and white reduced from 65c to 40c jj
Topaz glass bridge sets etched in beautiful Empire design, regu- j]
lar $1.29 —Special " 7 sl.lO jj
Week-End bags, -16-in. 18-in, water proof fabric over a Bass wood jj
case, two qualities, at . r $2.65 and ,jj
For home sewing our piece goods department has selected five j]
number’s in prints and named new prices for Trade Day: |
, 65c Rayon Crepe Print* _ 39c 39c Crepe DeLaine Print* 25c j]
48c Dotted Swi*» Print* _ 25c 29c Bati*te Prints 15c a
19c Percale Print* 10c g
S From our large stock of Cosmetics we have selected a real bar- jj
| gain in a dollar item, TANGEE Day, and Night Cream at __ _ 50c j
1 Ladies Fall Felt Hats .... 79c j
!» Men’s Shirts SI.OO quality 79c r— ———- -
U Men’s Oxfords, $5.00 qual- i
w ity $2.95 fHPoeeries ji
[E Few Men’s Neck band Com Flakes, package 7c J
SI Ladies’ fine straps and pumps, Su £ ar > 100 lbs -> $4.50 j
ml $5.00 to $7.50 quality _. $1.95 Roasted Santos Coffee _. 14c j
H Men s close woven merceriz- ca j ces Octagon Soap __ 25c j]
hu ed handkerchiefs, regularly if
m 10c each, dozen 79c 10 K>., bucket Syrup 38c
|U Degularly 5c quality, doz. 39c j
I E. G- Davis & Sons Company |
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The place was entered on the sec
ond floor of the Sir Walter, was rob
bed In midday with people working
less than 20 feet away and both lob
bies and .mezzanine floors well oc
< uplted. It, is this circumstance which
makee the Sir Waiter workers cer
tain that somebody who knows got the
money. The winger printers are work
ing on the case. If they find a set
of digits that correspond with the
marks on the money drawers there
will be some arrests.
This Is tha third Uftmg of cash fr» m
a Sir Walter depository within a y««ar.
and in each instance a rather * ood
job was done when the hotel and its
guests were well awake. /
Boy Scouts To Meet. /
All members of troop 30, B 3, A.
are reminded of the fact that they, are
to meet with Scoutmaster Wi. H.
Bryan, at his home, tonight at. 7:*o
It is Imperative that every m amber
be present.
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