The Lincoln County News from Lincolnton, North Carolina on July 13, 1922 · Page 4
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News STATEMENT LINCOLNTON. N. C. . THURSDAY, JULY 13th, 1922 Negro Waiter Attacks Girl. Birmingham, Ala., July 2. W. E. Hayes, negro waiter on the Louisville and Nashville train No 3, en route from Nashville to Birmingham is in jail here tonight on the charge of having attempted to criminally as-sault a prominent young woman of Montgomery, Ala., who was a passen-arer on the train today. The negro was removed from the train when it arrived at the station here by local officers, after telegraphic instructions from Cullman, where the alleged crime is said to have been attempted. According to Conductor S. H. Cook, the negro, who was serving patrons of the dining car at lunch, was cleaning off the tables just , before the train left Cullmgan. Being the last person to leave the diner, the young woman was 'followed by Hayes to the rest room. Just as the passenger closed the door behind her, the waiter forced himself into the compartment, but was repulsed. Upon a second attempt he forced himself through the door by throw-. ing his body against it, and ; was scuffling with the young woman when Conductor Cook rescued her. Hayes is said by local officials to have denied that he laid hands upon the woman, but admitted that he forced his way into the rest room after the passengers had left the diner. The negro is being carefully guarded in the Birmingham jail and will be turned over to Cullman authorities tomorrow. The young wo man stated that she will appear to push charges against Tayes. Mentioning the progress in build ing the highway from Wilmington via Charlotte, Gastonia, 'Shelby and Rutherfordtoh to Asheville, the Char lotte Observer remarks that "the hopes of . the State for " an all - hard surfaced highway from sea to the mountains are therefore rapidly on the way to realization. It may also be remark ed that the hand-surfacing of the State Central Highway, the original line projected from -the Tennessee line to the coast, is not proceeding in such wav as a good portion of the State could desire, simply because the State Central Highway is not so fortunate as to run by home towns of highway commissioners in this end of the State -Statesville Landmark. ANNUAL REPORT OF PUBLIC ' SCHOOL FUND Report of M. T. Leatherman, Treasurer of Lincoln County, of receipts and disbursements of ' the Public School Fund, for the year beginning with June 30, 1921 and ending with June 30, 1922. (Continued from last issue.) Disbursements, Administration or General Expenses 1921,': July 1, J. P. Mundy, serving as Registrar for Special Tax Election for Macpelah-Mar-posia District 7 days at $3.00 141 names, at 3c $25.23 July 6, J. W. Little, 2 days ser- vices as Member County Board of Education and mileage, ' 13.20 July 6, L. B. Scronce, Serving- as Judge of Special Tax Election, Pleasant Home-Gains-i ville-Leonards : Fork , Djst. ;." June 15, : 3.00 July 6, R. A. Coffey, one half cost of digging "well for Crouse, 50.00 July 9, J. R. Goins, Treasurer, Funds received from sale of old School-House and other school property in Union Con- . solidated District No. 2 Howard Creek Township, 48G.45 July 9, Mrs. Florance R. Winn traveling expenses for J-'ne BANK VIA. U.S. MAIL As handy for checking accounts. 5 per cent quarterly on Certificates. j -, Secure, "Always Accommodating" Farmers Bank & Trust Co Cherry ville, N. C. Want Ads 10 .-eats per line 6 words is a lint. FOR SALE One half interest in four stand roller mill, or will sell it all. Mill is in good shape for the new crop of wheat . Also two good corn mills and good outbuildings. J. F Carpenter, Crouse, N.' C. , jly3-4t FOR SALE Two fresh jersey milk cows. Clarence Reep, Lincolnton R-l ' j26-3t FOR ALL KIND of Job Printing, see Lincoln ranting Co. ; FOR SALE International 8-16 tractor and" plow for quick buyer. H. Shrum. j22-t FOR SALE all. or any portion of desirable farm land consisting of 300 acres in East Lincoln. Cash, or terms to reliable young men. John F. Reinhardt jlylO-tf 1921, 25.00 July 9, Mrs. Florance R. Winn, Traveling expenses for May 1921, 25.00 July 9, L. Berge Beam, traveling expenses as Co. Supt of schools for June 1921, , 50.00 July 9, L. Berge Beam, Salary as County Supt. of Schools for June 1921, ,175.00 July 9, L. Berge Beam, Salary as County Supt. of Welfare for May 1921, 25.00 July 12, J. W. Little, 1 days services as member of Co. Board of Education and mileage, ; 6.60 July 12, M. S. Rudisill, 3 days services as member of the County Board of Education and mileage," .16.80 July 12, G. F.. Smith, 1255 ft. lumber for Denver Negro School at $20.00 per M. $25.10 dressing lumber $9.20, 34.30 July 12, . Kemp 'B. Nixon, 3 days services as member Co. . Board of Education $15.00, furnished . . car. for ; looking over consolidated school dist. 25.00 July 18, Claud Lumber Co., 6,-000 ft. roofers at $20. per M. ! $120.00, framing $33.60 for Laboratory' School House 153.60 July 27, W. D. Brown .Agent, freight on 125 bbls. cement for N. Brook Consolidated School, . 134 .55 July 27, First National Bank, Draft of Dixie Portland Cement Co., foi tar of cement V 'J25 bbls. 200.62 July 27, Wm.. Robinson, janitor Seiice for Summer School, for teachers" 1921, 5.00 July 27, Builders Supply Mfg.-Co., Payment on sash for Laboratory School House, 200.00 July 27, Lincoln County News Publishing County Treasurers' ' report of School Funds for 1920-21, . . . ' ' ' 142.50 July 21, James L. Beam, Payment on Contract for babora- tory School House, 278.60 Aug. l; First National Bank, Int. on $5000 for 60 days, 50.00 Aug. 1, First National Bank, Int. on nate for $5000 for " 9.0 days .75.00 Aug. 3, J. W. Little, one days services as Member County Board of Education and mile age ' 6.68 Aug. 3, The Western Union Telegraph Co., Telegrams . for July 21, : 5.84 Aug. 3, Piedmont Tel. & .Tel.; Co., Phone rent, in office of . County Supt. of Schools for . r., August 1921, $3.00 long dis- V tance messages, $2.30, ' 5.30 Aug. 3, Piedmont Tel. & Tel. Co., Rental of telephone for office : of County Supt. of - I schools for July 1921, $3.00 Long distance messages, $2.85, 5.85 Aug. 3, Kendrick Bros., Ceil- :. ing & flooring furnished for Laboratory school house, .248.00 Aug. 3, Home Realty & Ins. Co. Balance on Premiums on In surance Policy for Union High School, 3G.00 Aug. 3, Home Realty & Ins., Co., Premium on Ins. Policy for 3 years, 7.18 Aug 6, Jos. B. Johnston, Treas. Payment on State and Co. approriation to Lincolnton , Graded Schools for 1920.21-, ' 4.000.CQ Aug. 6,'K. B. Nixon, 2 days at $5.00, 10.00 Aug. 6, J. W. Little, 1 day and mileage, 6.60 Aug. 6, S. W. Hamilton, Taking school census of Georgetown Colored School for 1920-21, 1.20 Aug. 6, Lincolnton Electrical. Co., Wiring Laboratory School House, , 62.50 Aug. 6, L. Berge Beam," Travel ing expenses as Co. Supt of schools for Julv 192L 50.00 Aug. 9, A. B. Havener, Survey ing school site for North B. Consolidated School, " 2.00 Aug. 9, Kemp B. Nixon, writing 3 deeds for Oak Grove, transfer .of school site". North Brook Consolidated school, 7.50 Aug. 9, D. A. Dellinger, Digging pits for Sanitary Privies for Denver Colored School, 7.00 Aug. 12, Mrs. Florance R. Winn Traveling expenses for July 1921, ' .. 25.00 Aug 12, L. Berge Beam, Salary as Co. Supt. of Schools for Julv 1921, 200.00 V - (To Be Continued.) SE ABO AM) AIR LIHm . RAILWAY ANNOUNCES LOW RATE EXCURSION FARES TO i ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. IN CONNECTION WITH PENNSYLVANIA AND BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD FROM WASHINGTON, D. C. June 28th via....... July 6th via. ....... . July 12th via...... July 18th via....... July 26th via....... August 1st via Tickets will be on Sale. B&O August 9th via... . . ... ..PRR August 15th via .......B&O August 23rd via.... '.. ....PRR August 29th via. .... .. .. ..B&O September 6th via.. ...... PRR September 12th via. . ..B&O ..PRR" ..B&O ..PRR B&O .PRR Tickets will be limited to eighteen days, including date of sale. FARE FROM . .$23.25 Monroe, N. C . . . . 20.60 Rutherf ordton,- N. C. ... 21.35 Shelby, N.C.. .. ..... FROM Bostic, N. C.Y, .... Charlotte, N. C. . . . , Lincolnton, N. C. For futher information, reservations, etc. call on Ticket Agent or address FARE , ... $20.60 .... 23.4$ . . . . 22.50 E. W. LONG DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT. CHARLOTTE, N. C. M,' M 1 LOST Monday between rear of Ramsaur's hardware store and East Main street bridge, two $20 bills. Re-Ward for return to Gerard Bolick or News office. FOR SALE Ford Truck irt good condition. L. C. Nixon, Buick Garage jiyio-2t LOST Heavy Watch Chain with Masonic emblem, between Dixie Cafe and Flint St. Return to O. W. Law-ing at Dixie Cafe and receive reward.'""." ;' ' WANTED Two Good Tenants, with a good .force and good stock. Logan Saine, Crouse, N. C. . 10jy2t FOR SALE iDry stove wood Phone 32: R. P. Beal Fuel Co. 21tf fJNCOLNTON INSURANCE & REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE-RENTALS Fire Insurance, life Insurance Health and Accident Insurance Tornado Insurance, Hail Storm Insurance, Automobile Insurance Liability Insurance, Bonds. V. M. RAMSAUR, Manager. 1. L. Uneberger, President. WM. M. SHERRILL. O D. GRADUATE OPTOMETRIST LINCOLNTON. N. C. Latest Equipment and Methods 23 Years Experience. Fittiar . aim JOSEPH V. BUCHANAN, D. V. M.', President of Carolina Remedies Company, is a recognized master of veterinary science. On graduating at the College of Veterinary Medicine, George Washington University of Washington, D. C. he became house surgeon, Veterinary Hospital, George Washington Uni-: versity, in order, to better prepare himself for his life work, after which he practiced veterinary science at Winchester, Va. Realizing the greater opportunities for real service in his profession, Dr. Buchanan accepted an appointment with the United States Government, and was assigned to the Panama Canal Zone, where for four years he made a special study of the treatment of diseases of animals under semi-tropical conditions, at the same time practicing Veterinary Science. While in the Canal Zone, Dr. Buchanan had over 6,000 head of stock under his care and his method of classifying diseases and disorders of the animals and preparing scientific treatments proved remarkably successful. . At his own request. Dr. Buchanan was transferred to service in the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry and was assigned Veterinary Inspector as a specialist on contagious and infectious diseases of animals. - After nearly two years in this field, , he was elected Associate Professor of Veterinary Science at Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina, and was appointed First Assistant State Veterinarian for South Carolina. There are few men in the veterinary profession who are so thoroughly qualified to render real veterinary service as Dr. J. W. Buchanan. FT REMEDIES Colic No. 1, 8 ox. For treatmrat of $0.75 Bpumndlo Disinfectant, 32 ox. 100 ICrftlnMi ftnd FUtulent (Wind) Colic, or Acute lDdlgeeuon of . bonce end mules. . . : ( Hemoetat (stop bleeding) S oz. .50 Stops bleedlne quickly from puts or any bleeding wound, following eastretlon or injury. 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Kills germs, destroys Insects and foul '.odors. Lotion, leoz. .50 Soothing, cooling, astringent lotion for brubca, stlffa.-as, Horenrsa, . sprains, and hot painful swellings. Tonic for Horses, Mules and Cattle, 12 ox. .75 A reconstructive blood tonic and . flesh builder uaed when the animal ' Is thin in flesh, lacks appetite, etc. Antiseptic Dusting Powder, 4 . ox. ... M An antiseptic, drying astringent . application for all moNt sores, ruts or wounds. Will keep flies away. Especially good alter castration. . Vermifuge (worm powder) for Horses and Mules, ox. .50 Eradicates round worms, tape worms, bote, and all Intestinal parasites. . Purgative Powder for Horses, Muleeand Cattle, 24 oz. .50 A well balanced salts mixture to : beusedwhenanlmnllseonstlpated or has locked bowels. Condition Powder for Horses, Mules and Cattle. iJox. .75 Is a tonic, highly med (rated pow- . der. especially prepared to be used as a system builder. Swine Condition Powder, t oz. M Stlmntatea the appetite, to a mild laxative, and acta as a Olurotlc or Kidney stimulant. Egg Producer (Poultry Pow-, der) .50 Makes bens lay, develoTis pull4s Into early iayfrs and produces fast growUi ui young .abicks. Swine Laiatlve and Purgative, 3Jox. 3 Should be nmd whenever the anl m.tl la constipated. Can be easily given in the aiop, ... Disinfectant, U ox. .75 Farmers' Veterinary Culde .54 Farmers Veterinary Guide Written by Dr, J. W. Buchanan, this booklet has proved a valuable and reliable guide to farthers and live-stock owners in treating diseases and disorders of their live stock Over te n thousand copies of this book have been printed and hundreds of successful farmers are using it to their great advantage. The price is 50c. but you can get a Free Copy in connection with our liberal Coupon Offer. ' Sick or ailing animals mean expense. If a horse can't work, if a cow is constipated, If a mule is ailing, if chickens don't lay, if the hogs aren't healthy, it takes dollars right out of your pocket instead of putting them in. If you know how to easily tell the symptoms and have a reliable remedy at hand, you can keep your live-stock healthy and vigorous. . That is just what Dr. Buchanan and the Carolina Remedies Co. have made possible. Under Dr. Buchanan's picture on this page, you will read of his long and successful experience. The formulas he used so successfully are prepared under the Caro-Vet label. When you buy a Caro-Vet remedy, you are safe in the knowledge that it is Dr. Buchanan's tested formula. A valuable 48-page book, "Farmers Veterinary Guide" (price 50 cents) written by Dr. Buchanan, should be in the hands of every live stock owner. It explains symptoms, tells what to do quickly, how to avoid spread of disease a fund of valuable information. Remember, there is a specific guaranteed Caro-Vet treatment for each of the common ailments of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, dogs and poultry. These reliable treatments are used and recommended by thousands. Wonderful results are reported. We are continually receiving letters of praise and appreciation. Upfld further and learn of the limited These North Carolina Dealers Handle Caro-Vet Remedies Vro OfTar nnw Koine) made W n This offer means much to every live-stock and poultry owner. It means the saving of money, possible trouble and expense and may be the means of saving the life of some valuable animal. 5 C. fl. Rpriwer Farmers Union Merc. Co. Hutvlard lrmt Co ... . . Itanw'ur Pliarmwy. . Frinklinville Store Co.. . . Mary Ingram , W. M. A J. C. Beaber. . . . P. D. Tejienp Liberty Much. Co.... ...... Olonola . . ... .Liberty .... .Ashboro IlonMeur .Franklinvtlkt . Farmer . ... .''.FnrmtMi ......Liberty . Liberty J. C. Hammer. Ashboro W. T. Bryant .Ranulrman W. C. Patterson. R. 1 . . 8taley C. II. Cotralne, R. 2. Liberty Paponfa Store Co Cedar Fall K. K. H;ift..........ik..., Cedar FIH H. L-AHfO. .... . AUvanrt R. O. Chunn. . .'. ...... J . MockivUld Crossroad t 'ash Store. . . , ..... .MacawiUe Carley Cloode , . . iCooleemrt P. K. Manoa. ,MockvlUe J. A.ftnitth Kedland W. W. Lw. ,...Pcaoh!arid John A. HtHlfern ; . 4 . . .. . . .Poarhlaud Folk too Lru.i Co.. ,Hh.,.m .... Polkton W. II. Battle Pee IX I. B. Hoarh. . Pee I ppnrhlnntl iru Co. ........ i ... : Penchland MrKesson 4 Monday Tayloraville P.?ople'9 Irug ritorc. ......... ... .TaytoravHle Turner A Ck-mrnta . . . . . n ... . .Btonry Point W. T. MfBrown. R. fi. BurllnstoD M Idway Htore. ... ,..... ... ... . Htirlington H. K. Dorset! . ...... ......... .Burlington H. K. Payne Burllngtosi W. C. Talley .,.,..,.;...,.,.. .Burllugtoa 3. M. Shoilnpy. BurlinntoB Stewart (.'handler St Rogers, R. &. .Burllueton H. J. Cappe. .Burlington M. P. Robertson. ..... .......... .Burlinton J. O. QuackenlUBn. ........... . BurlliifitoQ 8. fi. fiummey Burlinnton Han ford Bros., .............. ....Burlington U t'lTvlce Grocery Co., ............ .Graham 3. W. Btdnbaclc .Mohane L. II. Aldrldiio A Co., . . . . Union Ridge Orifiln A Durliam. ...... ....... .Know Camp Hub Btore, R. 1 .Lkm College E. C. f'ompion. . , Mcban John D. Pritchett. ..,...,. ...,. .Ckn Ravt R. H. Sykea ..................... Mebane Burke Drug Co. .Morganton J. L. Curtis Glen Alpint II. M. LlpoABon ., k ...... .Hildebran Valdeae Co-operativ Htorc.. ..... . . . .Valdese M. T. Duckworth, R. 1 .Morganton L. J. Denton, R. 1 .Morgautoa J. W. Hall, R.3 ...MorRanton C. C. Hensley, R. S. . . .. ... .i. t. .Morganton J. W. Harrison, R. 3. ....... . . v. .Morganton H. L. Johnson. .....-.....'.. .MorgantoB Mull Milling Co.. Morganton Newton & Hall. . . .... .HlMebmnd 3. a. Parsons .Morganton 0. J. Wllltami..,,.. a. Mi, iTice. BarnliarUt 4 Laughltn: Mrs. R. V. BrlUrses, R. 7. s. u. Davis. .... . .'V.'.'.'V.V.V.V. W. 8. Hansen..,....., II. W. HowcU u. J. Little W. Rr.bon. .. A. Hrifrilji n. si J. F. Soiamon ........ C. E. Wnlttrs........ R. F. Shirley . v, JoomasvUiD Drug Co.., revfs A Koonts. . . , . . People's Supply Cx,.. Demon Merc Co., . . . Chart) Hcge. . ........ D. V. Lankr, R. I. .... it. is. tiayes bub..,! N. T. Grant..: R. B. Koonta. R. 4. . ., R. B Blttli" .., ii. rerry A. L. Rinks.... T. E. ISmita JoeBeUler, R. 8 ....... W. R. Trry, R. 4. ..... . H. H. Townsend 8. R. Williams. R.2. .... Blanton A Blanton Btanton's Cash 8 tore. . . . A. I). Gantt Grirttn'g Irug Store. ... . Gold ABrldges......... piunit iiros. H. L. Beam . . ... ...... Beam Bros. Mere. Co...-,. Berths Hamrick Co......,, Farmer's Mere. Co... ......... , C. J. Hamrick A &tt. ....... The Maurtey Co , , w . . , The Wlthrow Co. . Bracket A Brltton... Riviere Drug Co.: Buttle'S Drugstore.,.,. J.F. Williams, R. 7.,... Paul Webb Drug Co. ....... ; Martin A Byars. ............ Martin A Martin.,,,. , fc. . Casar Cush Store , C C. Brewer FJUns A Elkins .......... Palmer's Drug Store....... G. R. Pllklngton. ......... Wailpn A Thomas, ; W. M. Barker A Son.;,-... s Catawobs lnig Co.. ...... Coulter A Little Conovpr , Drug Co.. Freeae Drug Co Hilton Bros R 1. JR. Hravner. R. . r. ..... North Newton Drug Co... Hclonoe Bros..'...' ti.. R. A. Grimes.,.. ...... Lti Drug Co ....k. Boat A TurnyfleM ......... M. A. CantwelU R. 4.. A. V. Euim. . E. B. Llngerfelt...... C. H. Robinson, R. 4. .... . B. C. Stiu.ord A Co.. R. 4 D. W. Drum...;.......; Lenoir Drug Co.... ........ A. J. Llngle .v.,. Marley's Dnig Store... ... . T C. Putnam,.- T. c.Rami.:vv.:-:,v....;.. G. R. Boyd. . Clay A Clay, R. ... Hilda Curlee. ...... ,,..,, X'larli A Curtis.,.,.,..,, Craig Bros J. C. Harrison. O. p. Irving. . : . , , R. J. Setser. . .Morganton i cam Morganton .MorRan ton .... .. .11 lldcbrawl ....... Morganton Shelby . .Kings Mountain , .Kings Mountain . .Kings Mountain ,,KirufS Mountain ..Kinics Mountain ....i....Grover . . . .Waco , ., Latttmore Lit 1 1 more ........ Luttlmose LtUmore - noma .......Shelby .i.v.-......8helby Shrllty Shelby .......... .Shelby ......... . G rover ..... .Moortsboro .......... .Shelby .......... Bon lee ..Sit CILV GuU ....PlttnbofO ........ .Moneurs .....GoldBtfin Catawaba ..V.Catawuta .Conover wewt op . Newtoa .... .Nrwton. a ....... N' ...?..i r.Hlfkory ........ ftlrkoty .......".-.Maiden ........Blrkory .Hlrtory . . .Newtoti Hickory .... Hickory ...Granite Fails .......... Ienolr .Hitriflon .. ....... .I-etioh ; . Ijenolr '.Baw Mills . Inolr . .Lenoir av , , .Lenoir ... .Lenoir . . . . Lenoir Menih .Patterson , . . .Concord , Kannapolls i ; . . Concord . .Concord . .Oeorgevllle . .l oncora . . Concord ...... .Mt. Phasant ...... . , , . .Cabarrus .......... .Boat Mill Coneord Concord .Midland Coneord .. ... .i . . .Linwood ....... .Tnomasvllle Lexington ,, . Den ton ' ; Denton V elcomo Welcome Lexington Lexington ......... .Islington Iexiugton .Lexington W. I.. McConnell, R. 10 W. L. Aberuatny. R. J. A. Auten. R. 7............ C. C. Vm, R. 7 H. Wilson. R. 1H W. A. Yandell m. raudie. r. 9 W. I! A M. J. Har 111. R. 1. . . Charlie Simpson, R. v........ C. W. Alien A toa. ........... n. A. Henderson.... Troy Drug Co,....,.....,.., . n. uoie. Cochrane Rldenhour Drug Co.. . .ML Gltead S, Hargrove.....,,.;..,.,...... Islington Ellis Drug Store.. u.r. iiuun Rush Drug Co.. ....... L. G. Fox Drug Co..... Mrlntmh Pros. M. aMnnaefiS irus t o Hnraht Gin A Supply Co,... Linn Bros , Rowan Seed Co,.........,,, Peeler Irug Co ......... Biteti bouius. . C. E. Perry. k. W. Weiborn. Han-tlle Drug Co. .....,. Charles R. Thomas J. V. Brown.,.,, L. Kowo Harmon Bros.. R. A P. L. Jarvts Carl IL Z ler ,.., frank isiey JT. H. Sheets. C. H. Sherroer k. u. Myers' iJa&U Store.. Hascl Short F. E. Byrd .... W. C. Childress.. R. A. Westmoreland...... , Yelton A Benson .,. Maraiiall Bros..... 3. M. Johnson...,.....,., Carter A bon. .Thonmavllle Thomasvllle ,. .Thomasvllle Tbomasville .Krianger ... , Ertanger . . .Winston Sakm ...Winston Salem .Wliwton Salem ...Winston Salem ... Winston Salem ...Winston Salem .. Winston Salem ...Winston Salem ...Winston Salem , , .W tnnton Salem ...Winston Salem .. .Winston Saiem , ...6aiem Chapel Fuln Watkertown HendrU A Wevll Grocery Co.. .KernewUle Richardson Grocery Co..-. , . .Kernersvllle Gray Jarrett Grocery Co... . . . Wliaton-Halem nairsjon si muier r imton-faiem Nlclt JfrJrston Gn)rry Co.., .Winston-Salt m J. D. Ad-ima Drug Co.. 4. n. jveiinrajr. . . , ... r-onj's Drug Siore... A lieu Drua Co. W. C. Best Torenee Drug Co.. . Dal as Farm riinnly Co. P. D Sumnaey.,,..,,, A. M. imnlnger....... Banders Drug Co., ... , Summer Druif Co. WebU Img fcftnrc. Gattonla ...... Gaatoma ... . . . .Gastonia . .Clvrryvllle .Besccnvr Cliy Ga'rtonla ........ .Dallas Dollaa , . BHWemrr ( Uy ..McA'ltnniile ML Holly Mt. Holly A. M. Townsend, R. 4. . , , . Ill . , . H Igh Point Mrs. J. A. Hal ley. k. m. ArmoeMi, ... Cox Bros C. J. wuiame M. T. BmUhi A. L. FoWlcr. W. r. rrtnT...),..,..r... K. T. Bprirfjr. .'. :. Mrs 3. i Robbhu.R.6... A. T. OUmcr....T;.. J.T. Do j Mrs. Penri Blh(.R'. fi. ; . ; ., W. W. F-iklns, It. 4........ Hoocrt lKinoeii, R. 4, .. .... D. M. Ileelrrr T. J. Hudson A Ron R. 1. J. D. Peanman, R. D. . . . B. Kelson . . , A. W. Troslef. ,-, t C. O. Stewart...".,,..., A. Kirkmun V. E. Bowman Staek Bros. Grocrry Co., .Grtnfltwro . .. .GrfeDflboro ......Grrenfiboro ...... .ireenebnro ..... , . .GreeMtwro ...... Greenaboro . , . , , .(ireeiwboro . .,,. .(fTtVMboro ., . . . .irf'nsboro , ; . , . r ireensboro Greensboro . ..'...Greensboro ...... Greensboro ..... .Greensboro ,.,. .Greensboro ... , . .(.reensboro . . . , .rummerneid . .Siimmerflelrt . Ttrown'e summit .Brown's Summit .Guilford Colleen .Guilford College . . .i-oiiax Staek Bros. Grocrry Co.,,., Co!!u C. P. POFfam. R. F. D StokPRdnle T. G. Cain Grocery Co.,..,, Stokcsdate t . n.imni, i-'ruggun.., .... .moKeuaie n. A Urn A Powe fl. I. Howard Lowery A I'oetner.,, J. M. Horner Spargo A W ootey . . ; , , J. W. Aiwtln Blue hum... A. Green. ........ A-. 4. UlatLB ti.,.. .W. P. Brown..,..., J Fulton Munroe., Carter's Phrmacy. , Foa Irug Co , CrabureoACo....., W. G. IMvts W.C.Hough,R,8.., W. M. Si-aweU..,,,. J. 8 Dowdy C. n. Frye. S. D. W illiams W. A. Johnson, . . . , , A. J. Jones. ........ KHtn Store Co,..., VassMiro. Co..,.,. D. M. Phllllns T. V. Paris 4 Son.. .Lenoir S. P. Gaddy Hand Hill Drug Co.. 1 . 1.-. Jian7 , , J. 3. Orler A Co., R. 17...... Mafthews" Drug Co,..,.., SfMlier-Todd Co.i.,,,v,,,t, Allen lrug Co....'..-...,.T, J. H. Kiuc R. 10.. Stokesclaie ....... Lincolnton ...... .Linromton ,.v..... .Croine Crouse .......Pine bluff ( ... Man ley ...Southern Pin ..iMMiis Springs . . . . .-. . .Snips ............ Spies . . . .... .Aoeroeen .. . . ...Aberdeen . Cameron ... ... ... .Carthage ....... ..CarthflRe . . .... . .Carthage ......... tJartnaar ..(... .Hemp . . .Hemp Wf End liteisoon ........ .....Vhw ....., . ... .Vaas . ..Gtendon HalilKoa ...Jarksnn Sirtng ...Jackson Sprtng . . . . .;artnfuH . .. .Mnttlvws . . . .Matt news ...Paw i reek .. .HUTitervjiie' ...... Cbar lotte , , .Charlotte ... Charlotte . ...Charlotte .Charlotte ...Matthews ....Plnevlne ...Charlotte ... Allen ....Charlotte. ., Troy , ...Eldorado ... Troy . . wadesvm Star Martin's Hill. Briscoe .Rockingham .Rockingham .fcTlerne ...... Hamlel Landls ... .Salisbury Salisbury .... Salisbury Baiisbury She! ton Grocery Co........ .Spencer V. Thomas C. Croi-e .. ... O. L. White c. Miller Brown Bros., R. 1.. A. T. Post M. ( lark. h. a Fast Side Pharmacy . . . . . Mis. C. V. Helms, R. S. L. A. Holsbousu-, R. 3.. W H. Laah. ........... .Eart Suencer . .East Spencer Salisbury ......Salisbury ...... .Rockwell . . .China Grove Itockewll . .East Spencer .faiwury T. Pappsts reeter rraiey, n. s. R. n. Wrtoht Columbus HoUhousei.. w a. liarreu. ....... R. Hleks. ........... Jolly A Son.. .... rtopiar I ug more, . . B. H. Allen , B. A. Ruppe, R. 1... T. M. Mwens J. ft. Greene Godfrey A CulbreaUi., J. II. CilbresU.w... Jno. Mitchell...., f P. Howerton. Mitchell Bros......... Banow Bros.......... 11. T. Martin.......;. Htradftr Bros......... J. A. Mllard ., J. M. Martin A Bro.. w. B. Brandon Habuftlck A Son MatUe Flax... ., Geo. D. Watt G. W. Cayton, R fi . MeAHister Jttroa., it, 6, Mtteheil Broe , Former's Grocery Co,., Htar Grocery Co , , R. W. Hhoanslitrt C. A. Richardson,..., O. H. Allrcd.......... C. H. Lester., I. P. Teh. . .Salisbury , Maiuuury ......Salisbury - ,...1. Salisbury Hneaeer -...... Rockwell EHenboro Henrietta . ..cimslde .. Form City . .Rmherfordton .Rutherfordton .Ruthrrlordton , , . . Ellenboro SMndale ...... f'ndaie Hufiin ....-..Rufifn Draper , .Droper ....... Spray v .... .ReldfivUie .... .Rkl3ville .....Rcldavllle .....RctilHVllle Heldavillo .....Brldsvlllo .... .Reldsvllla RiJavllle .....RrldHvllle ....'.Hridsvllle Madbwn ......Madijoa . Mil y odea .....Mayodnn .....Lesksvflh . .... HtoiwviMe .... .Mayodan ,. . ;Wentworth ....Laurel HIU W agram .. Jauriugburg ....Laurel Hill Oakboro Stanneld ...... .Norwood . ....bumiein LI kins ...... state Kond ...... ,...F.Uine El king . .Pilot Mountain . , . .Monnt Alrey ....Mount Alrey ....... Thurmont Slloam . Rusk , . Marshvllie -Monroe .........Monroe .......... Monroe Puriesr Patton Ridge ........ ...Porlear . North Wllk!iloro' , .North Wllksboro . Mnrth . Ilkrslaiwn alt her ASab' wiikthnn.' W. H. Joltwe .....korrti Wllksboro ' C. H. M. Taulbert A Co. ...... M (tier's Creek H. F. W hlttlugtoa.. ...Maple Springs W. L. Wiles pores Knob R. L. Hendricks. .Ennlce Norman A Blvius. ,i , . Dough ton R. '. Todd. ......,,,..,....Douliton . Honda Irttg Co rr. ,,. . .Romla ' O C. Goodmnn A Co.. Mooresvliie Miller Irug Co, ......Mooresvliie Mooresville Drug Co.... ..Mooresvliie J. W. Hager, R. J.,...,; .S'atesvllte Hall Drug Co ;.'-.HtstesvHle Templeton A Comes (P. O. Jsunlmra) W II keshoro Will lams Bros. ....... .New Hope Mrs. Mattle Bearer... .....SfatesTllle L. F. McIoweH. .Statesvllie C. B. FTeese...,..., Stttesville E. B. OnodiB .....,,. .Statesviile Evcret A Phlfer... .Staesrte J. A. Robertson., r. ; . .MtoresvHre ; W. Lw SmlUi..f..i.w., siateavUto ' This Free Offer Expires July 31 Here is the offer Take the coupon to any of the dealers named below. Purchase Caro-Vet. Remedies to the amount of One Dollar (or more) and receive absolutely free, a copy of "Farmers' Veterinary Guide" (price 50 cents) and a full pound package of Caro-Vet Egg Producer and Chick Developer. i Every veterinarian will tell you that the use of a reliable remedy at the proper time will, in most cases, prevent serious trouble or fatal disease. Keep a supply of Caro-Vet remedies on hand for lirst aid use. Wenmorth Mors. Co W. T. IviM. ...... ........ C W. Woolpy. J. A. Csmi...,. ......... O 8. ttrnllD , A. A. Hill... Honevrutt ft run. ....... ... Turner Trfldfns Co. Morgan Love Abw-nathy Cash Pharmae. . . J. U. Adums. T. H. tdlaoB..... Turner Drug Btor..., Pilot Dnis Co Julius Etdrldse W. M. Bions Bou......... A. A. Parks. ................. A. C. Bno... M. B, Wllllamsoo Crlfln's Pruc Swro. Pw.plcs Drus store. Usher ft BoUins, . e, , . , ,, . HestAO ft Henton....,....',. obers lllevtoei. .......... . .. M. Bakrr 1 Foster CaBh Buns. . . . e , C. O. Class T. JOreer . In severe cases, call a veterinarian. But usually you can "be your own doctor" by following the reliable advice in "Farmers' Veterinary Guide" and the timely use of Caro-Vet Remedies. - If it is not convenient for you to call at any of our dealers, mail us your order for the remedies wanted, together with the coupon and. remittance and we will send your package by parcel post prepaid. ffMMM Have strong, vigorous fast-growing poultry I Feed Caro-Vet Egg Producer to chicks and hens. It contains the needed elements to promote fast, healthygrowth of young chicks. Its use develops pullets jhto early, prolific layers. To make hens lay or to .increase the number of eggs, Caro-Vet Egg Producerworkswonders. A pound package free for a limited time if you take advantage of the coupon offer. btzn itI;o(t(tt!.K i'foak. Harris. 1. M. G.I r. To Any CARO-VET Deate r: Upon presentation of this coupon, filled out with name and 'address, you arc authorized to give FREE a copy of "Farmer Veterinary Guide" and a full pound package of CARO-VET' EGG PRODUCER with a purchase of f 1.00 worth or more of CARO-VET Live Stock Remedies. CAROLINA REMEDIES CO., INC., UNION, S. C. I T ArUFACTU"E"S Name .'. St. and No.. ' R.F.D.... J Date..:... ..................Town. -i -late.

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