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COMING?to Theatre Monday, Feb.
8th. two days oniy, "Charlie's Aunt,",
Coming to Theatre Feb. loth, two
days only, a Frank Lloyd production,
with Milton Sills, from Rafael
Sabatina's love story of a great
Judge Walter D. Siler is the distinguished
guest ef the Dickey Hotel.
Mr. E. J. Darnell a prorr.-nert
Realtor of Marietta, was the gue?t
last w *-k trf Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Mr. T. S. Evans and M?\ Rolert
Lance motored to Gainesville. Ga.
Pniden Davidson is ill at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Adams wer?
fct home to a Number of their friends
Thursday evening at the Terrace
Mrs. R. H. Hyatt was in Andrews
last week, the guest of her daughter.
Mrs. C. A- Brovm.
? . ?. ^ . .. i
v.oi. i/on witnerspoon was in tvnoxvllle
Inst week on business.
Mr. E. E. Davis ha? purchased the
palatial home of Mr. C. M. Wofford
on Peachtree StTeet. |
Miss Rub ye McCombs entertained
an informal dancing party Saturday
evening at the home of her parents.
Mr. C. M. B*uti, of Blue Ridge, spent
Sunday here with his farily.
Mr. Raymond Harris has as hi*
guest at the Hotel Regs! his father,
Mr. C. M. Harris, of Atlanta.
Messers Henry Hyatt, I.awry Hill
and Bryan Martin were supper
guest? of Mr. Jake Palmer Sunday
Mrs. Edwin Faust is ill at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrt
J. O. M Curdy.
After teaching a successful term
4% the (Jrape Creek school. Miss
Elizabeth Gentry is at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Manse have
taken rooms with Mrs. Manse's sister.
Mrs. Brodicc Dockery.
Mrs. L. P. Kinsey's Sunday school
class will meet with her Saturday
afternoon in the parlors of the Hotel
Mrs. B. Y Dixon left Saturday for
a visit with relatives in South
Georgia. On her return Mrs. Dixon
Trill accoropained by her mother,
KMrs. Elizabeth Mayfield.
MOTHER? ntkiti'i Cactoi
Cootor oi, Paroforic, Tutkin|
inqtml to Nlint Infants is i
Aids in the ass mutation of Food, p
Natural Sleep with)
Ts swM fcdtotiow. itmrs look for tb
l*?r*v jjeaigi -J. *-izh v**y. i
) 5Personal |
>r? 20 ^
and Mrs. J. M. Vajj?h> and Mis&
Anne Car..:!er motored to Andrew?
Mr. Hubert Butt and Mr. Claud
Pless of Blairsviiie were Murphy
Mr. John V. Brittain wa? called to
Black Mountain Sunday by the
C ritical illness of hi? mother Mr-.
Henri? Barnett was awaded the
contract to raze the ruins of the o!d'
court house. I
Miss Helen hreas is the irues* of
her mother. Mrs. F?ther Freas, at '
the Beal Home. Mis? Frcas will
take her departure the last of the
week for Berea. Ky^ where she will
enter Berea Coileffe
mis. f.. Davidson is con va taxing ^
"in r'-1 recent illness.
Mr*. C. K. Hoover entertained
with a bridge party Saturday evening
at the home of Miss Kartliryn
Thompson. Her guests were: Misses
Annie Wilson Karthryn Thompson.
Messers J. N\ Ferguson Jr.. W. E.
Studstill and Mr. and Mi-*. S. S. s
Elaborate refreshments consisting *
>f Sandwiches. Salad, cake and coffee
"SC A R AMOUC HE"? Ask the
next person you see.
Mr. Laurence Benis of Cormoma.
Tex. and Mr. Elmer Fredrick, [
"onsulting Engineer, of Robhinsville.
are at the Dickey Hotel. Mr. Benis
inspecting the whiting Lumber
Company's interests with a view of x
buying. It is hoped the deal will be *
made as the operation of this plant
will afford employment to numbers
>f men now idle.
Mr. Raldwyn. the architect who ^
submitted plans for the new court 8
house. Accompanied by Mr. Harry a
McBrayer of Anderson, S. C. were'
in town last week.
After finishing a successful term *
at. the Walker School at Kinsey '
Pi of. I.. K. Mauney is at home. The '
Walker school was indeed fortunate J ^
In securing the service of Prof jv
Mauny. The writer will remember 1'
nis zeal and autitude in such work. ' t
A number of the Young Harris!*'
.ociety set met informally last rnon- day
evening at the home of Miss '
I.eila Posey. That favoratc diver- 1
eating candy-?held sway until a late j
hour. .. ,
Mes-'.s G. li. HoUitcell, Jr. BVistol a
ion of sweet sixteen?making and \
Andrews attended superior court c
Robert Porter and N. P. Tatham of s
b U I hamlcM Snlwtihrtc for
Drops sad SooOiiaf Syrup*,
uh ui Childraa all apt* ti
Xo SwMtCR Stcamck
romoting ChearfjilocM, Real, tafl
aut Opiates - _
Phy^ciau crcrywhweWcomiDenJ it J
THE CHEROKEE SCO". T.
Tfc. Jn. ?v.. Mi? ry j
v.icvy : v Mcthoti^ Ch?r?. will!
io;ti a : - - - on the afterr a %-fl
. - at t??e social
f the riror.
:>! .T. !I. i hiUips of Andrew?
tome I - attending court here th:
FOR SALE? 640 acres of Tiber'
land 10 miles from Murphv I vr
'uuher particulars ?ee John h iio
iliase? DeLa Meroney, El. .ibeth
ord. Eniogene Axiey, Maurire Fain
ind Juanita Evans motored to!
Jlairsvillc last Friday evening for a
ix o'clock dinner.
You haven't forgotten i"
iirth of a Nation' You'll neve: ferret
Mio- fl?~ M.. _ II ..II 1 t I.
Irews. wu a recent visiter of her
mr.t. Mis. J. C. I'almer.
Mi?r. Hattie Palmer, the efficient
tenograj ner of Moody & Moodv.
ias recently been appointed a notary
Mrs. W. A. E'ryaon is visitii:^ n<-:
ister, Mrs. L. K. Goodman. in H..
New Shipment of Spring and
luxnmer . dresee*. in all the new.
hades; also new hats just arrived,
.'an make up any color of costume.
>rtrsses at bargain prices. Sec th?-m
His. Callio Hall, City <lt-pd#
Mr. B. L. Fox of Hanger was rerently
>f the Cherokee National Faint Loan
H asocial ion. Mr. L. E. Mnjnev ;?
trcnident. Mr. Fox suteeeds Mr. .1.
P. Hayes, of Tomotla.
Attorney Tom Rawlins, of Ashe- I
ille, is attending court here thi< s
reels* | a
Mr. Loo Crowe, of t-na^n was
nought to the local hospita- last ^
reek with acute septicaemia or ^
loud poisoning, the result of an '
n axe wound in the foot, lit is 1
Mi's Bessie Wilson, da; ifhter of I
dark Wilsons of Malt by, was
rou/jhl to the Murphy Hospital
londay night from Andrews by Dr.!
lerberi. She was suffering with
luod poisoning of some two or three
ruoL-. ^ ralinn In?. J I
eg were gangrenous, necessitating!
he amputation of the leg above the!
;nce. Miss Wilson's condition is
onsidered very grave indeed. The
Andrews Welfare Board was initrumental
in sending hei to the
Mrs. Z. Y. Brown was hostess to a
ewing party Wednesday afternoon
it the home of her mother, Mrs. R.
J. Wells. Refreshments consisting
if sandwiches and coffee were
erved. The guests included
ifesdamcs E. C. Mallonee, H. G.
21kins, R. N. Harin, Tom patton
ienry Axley, C. W. Bailey and Miss
Mr. Floyd Carringer, of Kn^pville
'enn., is spending several days this
reek with relatives and friende in this
Mr. R.N. Tiger, of the Hayesville
Hercantile Co., was a vi.-itor here
BoOd Up Your Health With
GOLDEN MEDICAL I
COUGHS, J Jt I
A Taaac vfckh IV. PhmymciM ?Ui
m active practk* N jwt if*.
/< UQ<*U* Tmbtmts. mt ymmw OmIM.
featd 10c. f Or. TVrcc'a Urattda' HotrL
Mhlo, 1L Y.. far Uiai pk?. Tatolrta.
(ContiaacA from par* 1)
rrices toward the start of this work
0 North Carolina. Among those who
1 are boon giving worV at Hie school
ire, Mr. J. 0. Pealaad, Mr. F. 0.
Mt'RPHV N C
J ja 13 ' !4 'A [< "
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to 1 '**
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If? "rjao ot h??4
IT?T?> d?fUr? void ^
tt?Part r,f 'to bt"
if?pmr >ih la ?.*n??r
l? Kllthro utenalla
II - P.hjroera
15?Kind of tree fpl >
II -Flay on worlr
U reriainfng to a certain EnslUfc
royal family and ?ta daacandanta
???T ? ?*alra
10?To he aaatad
41?E!rotrlfta?i part Id#
17?Makaa a klad of lm?a
M?Inert (are?>ua elamant fcxnd la
M?Prlatlna raeaaurea ^
croggs, Mr. Cliff Wuldroup, Mr. M.
L Hampton, Mr. C. N. Adams, Mr.
. R. Teems, Mr. Ed Waldroup, Mr.
t. Sparks, Mr. J. C. Zimmerman, Mr.
'arl Zimmerman, Mr. John Logan,
Jr. Tryus Logan, Mr. William Clayon,
Mr. J. W. Clayton, Mr. F. A.|
'layton Mr. Henry Carringer, Mr. J.
\ Sales, Mr. John Deal. Mr. T. B.
50 B^^t^ul New S:
Silk and Wool Dre
I $10 and $12 Valv
Men's Overalls, Heav;
size, extra special
1 5c Men's and Wome
Hose, blacks and tan
Package of 50 Safety
ed sizes, package TWs
"7?J |8 |<? po lii
-55 ET BJ
H 23 29
I ' I' . i;!j
~ 32 33
; iq ct
45 ,. 46
r r 50 57*155,
1 li'inir I I
?Ctoklni dlth ^
??To to away j
> ? Strlr**4 !r,strum*tt J
???to OBBerie fT
13 ?Oombit between two
18?Circuit of a race couroo %
25?End of the arm
17?Oh* who ffWea
88?Top of a mountain ? J
82?Weird g? ]
83?Plays on words
II?To bind ,
19?Color ?ea8j taateleaa IlquK
43?Grecian portion 4 < "
44? Midday '
4^-Born * .
18?Number ander twtlen
leistiM wtu ?rm? ! 99?l t?mm
Hampton, Mr. B. N. Hogan, Mr
Waldo Scruggs, Mr. H. T. Green, Mr
Roy Anderson, Mr. Coy Anderson
Mr. Joe Hughes. The edvice ant
help of Colonel J. H. Dillard ?!
Murphy, local member of the Boar<
! of Directors of the School, has beei
3. 4th and Last
t Our Buyers I
I New York and w
f I and complete tin
I Dresses, Coats <
I Dress-Goods in ?
XV I anj -III, 1
vim uiiuci n
'* You are invite
TT?\\ ary Sale and ins
- f'/w 1 5c Ginghams, i
mW only 10 yards t
1 5c brown sheet
grade, only 10
tomer, yard ...
' 60c 9-4 Peppere
Met, 50 Women's an(
ies ers, worth up tc
Full weight, can
V grade, full Large 5 ft
n e Sox and Powder8
' pr ** Choice of
Pins, assort- drtn's Fa
10? 1 for y
a Few Of Our Many
C#ME HERE FIRST
MURPHY, N. C. -
[DAY FEBRUARY J, |?* _
LOOK HEREl^B ?1
f you want a farm, to?i Jjt^m
erty, or Building
Coll on or write M
W. A. BRYSON^fc
Real EiUtt Bnp
For Lame BackS^
M exican Mustang Lini^^H,
' Sufferers from such rcMitlsmag^^K
mentioned above can srt voekai^^Hi
! thiu they have dreamed ?u
! No mat tor how severe 'he pain 1)
I get rid or the agon) - bout
without taking powerful drugs
*> stem' TKp|t
In those sections of the covatryd^^V"
Mexican Mustang l.inimrct Is kaeg^^H^
has been used fcr years?In but "
families have used it for mors
years and always ha\- it ready fors^^H
gency uses. It U just as ?uctwrtl^^HsC
healing cut*, bruises and <or?ulimBH
rheumatic ache* and pains j:
almost magical penct ratine povaTs^^^T
Immediately to the M.?t aad
aaay the pain This 1> t he irartT^BT
wonderful healing pursers. All
and wholesalers sell Mustang UatnnXjhSl
Bo aura to seo Rex lngraa'^^F
Product row of Sabatir.i'$ K^V
torkal aoval fgnjf'
1 the Bonita Theatre, FrU^B
February 12th, afternooa
| This is a historical drama, hi^H
on tho French Rrvolutioa
1789, one of tho most colwi^Hl
periods in nil history. Hfc
More then 11,000 people tai^^T
pert in the production of di^B'
picture. Be aure and see it i^B
j Feb. 12th at 9E
,r Bonita TheatfB
ft ill illyiss 25 cents
:s to MAR. 1st!
iave just returned froml
e have on display a large fl
ic of Ladies New Spring B
ind Hats. New Spring B
nlk and cottons, Hosiery
d to come to our Februpect
our new goods.
17 in., extra good grade,
o a customer, yd. 5c
ing, 36 in., very beat LL
yards to a cus
11 Sheeting, unbleached,
d Boys" all wool Sweat?
$4.50, special.... $1.49
and Beans, large cans,
? package of Armour s
All Women's and Chilli
and Winter Hats