The News-Herald from Morganton, North Carolina on October 13, 1921 · Page 10
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Morganton, North Carolina
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Thursday, October 13, 1921
Page 10
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HOEGANTON, N. C OCTOBER 13TH, 1921 10 - HANDSOME NEW OFFICES AND ;:. WAREHOUSE , OF THE DO EXPERT HOUSE MOVING, raising: or lowering: roofs and floors, rra vatin f Khorint walls, urwk. BURKE IULLS .Waffons, Bng-gies and farm machinery, s u lyingr- MORG ANTnv?5 jJ ingr, handHng: boilers, stacks, heary Recently Completed and Now Occupied As Home of Thriving Hosiery Business. maeninery, etc l can move roar building: without destroying: cnim-neys. R. A. SELF, Gastonia, N. C- f WAKl COMPANY. tf Mahog:any Furniture. cKdf! Brass Andirtms, Screens Handles and other trimming? at D. W. ALEXANDER'S, Connelly Springs, N. C. aress cua t.trz, Charlotte, J cj - Hi ,?. !!M NURSES WANTED Pupil nurses FOB SALE One four-room brick! wanted for State Hospital at Mor bouse and lot . on -; North '.Green ; ganton. $30.00 per month fonv1be-!: sfreet. Also one-hinidred ZSjes of ginners with increase for second land and one'T-Beerles boiler 'and and third year np to $40.00 Board; engine, in good condition, eight room (separate from Hospital miles from Mbrgantoa; twentyrfive wards), laundry .and uniform fur-; acres in.i cultivation. Terms cash, nished. Opportunity for course in For information write or see W. E-Nurses' Training School for young WHISENANT, Morganton, EL 5. women. .Address Superintendent, ' : DR. JOHN McCAMPBELL, Mor-1 CADILLAC COUPE, 1921 model, ganton, N. C. practically new, for sale at a bar : gain. RIBET BROS., Valdese. LOANS NEGOTIATED PROMPTLY i on improved farm lands, amounts WOOD SAW If you want wood of $3,000 and above. H. J. SIN- - sawed let me know. Price for saw-GLETON, Lenoir, N.-CL J ing 75 cents per cord. JOE CLARK 1 J: Ji I 1:1 4 1 The above picture is a front view of the handsome new building: that is the home of one of Morgmton's latest and most hustling: business enterprises The Burke Mills. It hasjust been completed and oSices and stock installed about the first of the month. The building is very attractive in design and material, being built of the cement brick made at Brfdgewater. It is located at the north end of Sterling street, almost opposite the present post office building. In the front of the building with the Burke Mills, of which Mr. R. O. Huffman is manager, is located the office of The Earle Textile Company, Mr. T. B. Earle, manager. The latter does a large wholesale hosiery The Burke Mills is prepared to handle the hosiery trade throughout . i i 11 1 : x T3 -1. X tnu section ana are selling nuerj uww uuitc ucituauia in iuw lruui ne dozen up. The company does business throughout the country, having one cus-'tomer as far west as Portland, Oregon. SOW COVER CROPS IS ADVICE TO FARMERS In This Way Cost of Fertilizer Can Be Reduced, Says Agricultural Department. "Sow cover crops this fall" is the SPECIAL NOTICES SEE the New Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet, only $42.00. BOGER-CLAY-WELL COMPANY. HARD PINE WOOD FOR SALE. Has been used as crating on heavy advice to farmers given by Mr. W. F.j furniture. A bargain. Inquire at 4. : l t :i :4... i mks i i i Patp apTonomist in soil fertilitv. North Carolina Extension service. "In order to make a financial success of anv business' he savs. "it is abso lutely necessary thatf the income be i A A V A. 1 gTcater man we cosi oi carrying on the business. In the manufacturing world efficiency experts are used to work out schemes to reduce the cost. In the agricultural world each individual farmer should be his own ef- MJIS. JOHN MEDLOCK'S. FOR RENT Partly furnished rooms for married couple or two young men. Apply to THE NEWS-HERALD. WANTED Hustler who can really sell goods to write us at once for special proposition, a money maker. BRADLEY-CHOCKLEY BROKER- ficiencv extert. He should endeavor ! AGE CO., Asheville, N. C. w nna out teuer ana cneaper metn- - sraau application of fertilizer. For in ron - leguminous crops, rye and oats are good crops to use. Thev are easily put in,, requiring only a small amount of land preparation and are hardy under, adverse conditions. -Bt the use of clover crops the nitrogen costs will not only be reduced, but the . ' .Soil will wa?h 7. Humus suppjy will b Herded WaW-holding, capacity will be in-creased. . : and these things vill make for Iar-rer crops and the fanner's prosperity. PRESENTS GREAT MOMENT FROM THE GREAT OPERAS Leiter Opera Company to Appear Here Soon Presenting "Costumed Classics." today by National Biscuit Company onng isaDisco and other sugar wafers in packages back to pre-war levels. Prices on the whole line of bulk varieties are further, reduced from two to five cents per pound. ods at all times for making and seU-VEAL CALVES WANTED If you ing the products on his farm. ! ave veal calves to sell write or In the South, one of the bljr items ! phone J. L. MILLER, Hickory, of cost in making a crop is the cost . C. of fertilizers, especially those con- tainin? a large percentage of nitro-1 OTHER REDUCTION announced mam rTV C A. 1 - 1 1 Cl TT VlTT linr(nl T? e- 4- awwmmmw jr.cji. xiijs vusi, can oe materially reduced by the use of cover crops sown in the fall. These crops will use that portion of nitrogen not used by the 'previous crop which would be lost if no crop is grown, and if the cover crop is a legume, nitrogen will be taken from the air and when turned into the soil to 'decay this nitrogen will be ready for the crops next summer. These crops will also keep the soils from washing so badly and these essential for the live stock on the farm. Two classes of crops may be used legums crops, and non - leguminous crops. The winter leguminous crops that are erood for all sections are hairy vetch and crimson clover, and in the eastern part of the State, -bur clover in additional for some portions. For these crops to be a success it is necessary that limp hp xorn and if the land is very poor a small arrjlication n -fWf n;-.- r- FOR SALE National, Oliver and Underwood Typewriters ; Library of Valuable Knowledge, set; People's Bible, set; Columbia Grafan-ola; Gulbrasen Player-Piano; Sco-field Bibles. New. Bargains. BOX 34, Rural Hall, N. C. FIELD SEEDS Red Clover, Orchard Grass, Timothy Herds Grass, Rape Seed, Fulgram & Virginia Turf Oats, all from a reliable seed house. JNO. H. PEARSON. BUY BALL BRAND RT7RRERS ALEXANDER'S, Connelly Springs at WOOD FOR SALE I have opened a wood yard and am prepared to supply the people of Morganton with good wood. Give me your orders. Can supply green or dry wood. JOE CLARK. WANTED One hundred bushels of rye. Get your seed wheat and seed oats before it is all gone. Have just received some direct from the seed house. HAL M. WALTON. LOWER PRICES on Grain Drills, Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of farm machinery. See us before buying. MORGANTON HARDWARE COMPANY. HONEY! Elton Warner's Delicious Honey. 5-lb. pail by parcel post: v liquid $1.50; bulk comb $2.00. Write for prices on larger quantities. ELTON WARNER APIARIES, "Beaverdam," Asheville. The Leiter Opera Co. which is to fPpeAihepe on the evening of October 20 h at the auditorium? is an organization of four the finest voices in the east and middle west, presenting a costumed program featuring great moments from 6 1 n pro i c r ; 1 : 1 i . i Uf C rV,'lAii1fme "nation, SEE the New Hoosier Kitchen Cahi- FOR SALFj A good five-room house and lot and small barn near furniture factory, at a bargain for quick sale. For further information see or write J. M. MILLIGAN, Route 1, Morganton, N. C. flWVU1' me oia operatic gem?. This me ieitw ' company is presenting m tabloid form Gilbert & Sul- nVHn R-nd4yg0re; and aIs0 "Rob-m Hood will be used where preferred. f Par of th Program con- Mvl e!eCt,rn5T, rom Rfcoletto. ria VRt0' LaBoheme famous melodies which music lovers always from cV' and quartets, taking from standard concert orograms both poular and classical. In the old opera melodies there stands out in the - minds ; eye some distinctive and In tPlCtUrewhih takes back yU first heard and aw the opera. These are the pictures the iteMCompaIiy brin?s bef0" you-the old sweet harmonies which tuir away at your heart strings. S ,..3?,e oraric and concert numbers coyer a wide range and are handled Jwi? G .Mra! rtistic fineness SS characterizes the work in the operrt-ic scenes. The members are Hazel Huntlev x contralto and manager; Dorothv Dil- llf 'Pran; TT8m Morris' baritone, and Thornley Jobe, tenor. Harrison Burch, one of the talented young ni! ano8 tHe d3y' Presides a the An 9 Unusual Opportunity by Trading $10 !n Our ! Store We make it possible for you to get S. a large and useful Aluminum Set for only $1 .98 Guaranteed for 20 years There are six different sets. Ask for our trade s Button Card which illustrates , the Continental M Aluminum Cos six useful household sets. .M Busy; 'Store- SAM KATZ, Proprietor HiltlllllllllllillillllllllllllllllHNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllillllllllllllllillllliUl course if I take my own medicine. All ci the drugs sold in this store are up to the highest standards of purity. Our pure drugs pro-mote good health. II you don't believe it ask your doctor. He likes the way.we filljprescriptions. HERE'S MY HEADQUARTERS - I TSie lew MOOSIIBR saves more Step steps Many authorities on Domestic Science have claimed that the Hoosier Tool Compartment Tray is the greatest single convenience ever built in a Kitchen Cabinet. Even when the table-top is fully extended, this tray puts the smallest Kitchen tools directly at your fingers' ends. The New Improved HOOSIER BEAUTY not only saves more steps than any other Kitchen device, but in addition gives you a big saving in time and worry. This is only one of the many labor saving improvements presented in the New HOOSIER. Each of these features is highly important but features do not of themselves make a Kitchen Cabinet the all-important thing is the arrangement. . . HOOSIER'S more scientific arrangement places everything where it is e a s i e s t to reach, and in addition gives you a big, un-clattered work-table, which extends all the way back into the cabinet. This arrangement is peculiar to the HOOSIER. It is not duplicated in any other cabinet, and is one reason why the HOOSIER is today America's favorite Kitchen convenience, used and endorsed by two million women. No matter whether you now own a Kitchen Cabinet or not HOOSIER c a n save you time and steps. It will pay you to see the HOOSIER at our store, , HOOSIER porceliron tables and cabinets range in price from $11.50 to $92.50 f. o. b. factory. There is a HOOSIER to fit your kitchen and your purse BOOER -CLAY WELL COMPANY net. onlv J42flrt Rnnro.rr av WELL COMPANY. 4 LOST Embroidered Silk Shawl with fringe. Reward if returned, no Questions asked. MRS. A. C. AvJiKi , Sr., 408 Green St. LOWER PRTPF-C! rt 7; r-ni - - " vj i i i1 lilS, vvagons, Buggies and all kinds of larm maeninery. , aee us before buying. MORGANTON IIRD- FOR RENT Old Oaks, good two-horse farm in excellent condition, part of the Michaux farm on Johns river, 11 nnles from Morganton, miies irom k. k. station, Ad-ako. Appy to MUS. W. W. SCOTT, ,.01d Oaks, within ten days. References. FOR SALE Residence of lale A. M.1 Dula on Avery avenue. Also two AVERYPatt"n St Gt SCB A LEARN at home or school Shorthand Bookkeeping, on credit. Positions ranteed. EDWARDS COLLEGES, High Point and Winston, ' iliiffliiTO fipMfeMai Mmi U 13 iMMrMS' 1:1:1 r n Mi-:: : ) ' i : hi "HI'':: I i fx, M - , - a tn-': 1 iU i.k&S? Ri B m m m & IM I Mr oaves -;-.-' jll' KITCHEN- N f - ' The model kitchen is so arranged as to make the HOOSIER, the very heart of all kitchen activities." Put a . HOOSIER in your , kitchen and save miles of steps each day. an?1! lllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH ""(""iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!

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