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MURPHY MONDAY APRIL 4
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VALLEY RIVER BRIDGE
The Presbyterian Church of An
drews on last Sunday made a call to
Rev. Hollinsworth to become pastor
of the church, and Rev. Hollinsworth
is not only to preach to the local con
gregation but will do preaching at
various other places in this section.
They are making plans to construct
a Manse to be located just to the
North of the church. We wish them
well in their endeavors and hope for
them the greatest success.
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Mr. J. H. Christy and Arch Walker
went to Asheville last week combin
ing both a pleasure and business trip.
* * *
The Andrews Building and Loan
Association closed its seventh series
on last Saturday night. During the
sale there was sold in installment
stock the amount of $18,100.00 and
$5,800.00 in paid up stock. They '
Your car has given you good
service during this long bard
winter, but no doubt is badly in
need of j^amt. Bright spring
sunshine is already here so now
is the time to give your car a
new lease on lifc with a new coat
WE USE ONLY GENUINE
MURPHY, N. C.
now have in stock in force over
$150,000.00 and loans aggregating
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Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Andrews are
making their plans to construct a
home on the subdivision of W. T.
Moore. The home to be near the
John Swan home place.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. S. Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Tillitt on Tues
day of this week motored to Murphy
and on their return stopped only a
few minutes and then motored to
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D. H. Tillitt was in Murphy on
Wednesday of this week attending to
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W. M. Bradley took over the
Dreamland Theatre the first of this
week and will now run the moving
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C. R. Tarkington and G. B. Hob
litzel! v/srg visiters in Robbinsville
on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker were
visitors in Murphy on Tuesday of
Miss Thelma Gregory left Andrews
Sunday of this week to go to Aquone
where she will be the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. W. A. Yonce for several
Supt. and Mrs. J. G Allen left last
Saturday for a trip to Sanford, N. C.
where Mrs. Allen will visit her peo
ple and from there on to South Caro
lina where Mr. Allen will visit his
people. While away Mr. Allen is
planning to attend the State Teach
er's Association which is to be held
The many friends of little Mary
Boone will be glad to learn that she
has recovered from an attack of flu
and is now able to attend school.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown spent
last Sunday afternoon in Murphy
visiting Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Hyatt.
Mr. J. H. Everett, of Knoxville,
Tenn., spent last week-end in An
drews visiting friends.
Mike ? That boxer is in the pink
Tyke ? Yes, he makes me see red.
"I'm in favor of light whines and
sneers," insinuated the ritzy society
"Not me," said her partner. "The
wages of gin are death."
MURPHY STEAM LAUNDRY
PURCHASES FOUR LOTS
Murphy Steam Laundry, which
firm recently was incorporated, last
week purchased fowr lots from J. W.
Davidson, fronting 200 feet on Hia
wassee Street. The present plant is
located on one of these lots. This
company has recently purchased a
large modern washing: machine, which
will be installed in the near future.
The business has grown so in the past
month or so that the machinery with
which it started business has become ,
insufficient to take care of the in- i
We are having growing spring
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People through this section must
be doubtful of the weather as none
have planted gardens yet.
? * ? ...
A. J. Cotter who has been visiting
in Ducktown for some weeks has re
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J. R. Wilbun is painting A. F.
Mrs. Julius Cotter, of Athens, Tcnn
visited Mrs Martha Robinson Sun
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robinson, form
erly of this place, but now residing
in Etowah, Ten., announce the ar
rival of a baby girl who ha-s been giv
en the name Doris Shirley.
Work on the five room dwelling
being erected by J. Ii. Wilbun has
been delayed for several weeks owing
to bad roads making it an impossi
bility to get material.
Frank Hall and family, of Duck
town, visited A. N\ Postell and wife
Mr. Ranse Harris is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Stiles, at Postell.
Mrs. Nina -Jones from Upper Shoal
Creek spent Thursday night and
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Al
Mr. John Stiles from Postell visit
ed his daughter, Mrs. Mary Walker
at Suit last week.
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Mrs. Henry Dockery and daughter
Miss Bessie, from Wehutty spent the
Duco is positively
a delight to use/
No messing up the house,
when you paint with Duco ! ?
for Duco is so easily brushed
on, and dries so fast, that you
can put everything back in
place? right after painting it!
Let us give you a free color
card, showing the beautiful
new pastel shades. Duco also
comes in full tones of color,
and four stained effects: wal
nut, mahogany, light oak and
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CAROLINA LUMBER & BRITTA1N & AXLEY
SUPPLY CO. Murphy, N. C.
Andrews, N. C.
week-end with the formers son, Jim
Dockery and family at Postell.
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Mr. John Mason made a business
trip to Murphy Saturday.
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M ?s. S. A. Stiles is some better at
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Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craig and dau
ghter from Ducktown visited the
formers brother, Mr. Noah Craig,]
and family Sunday.
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Mis: Ethel Swanson visited her
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John
* * ?
Mr. md Mrs. Willie Crowder and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
.Mrs. Birt Mason.
Rev. S. A. Stiles and son made a
business trip to Murphy Saturday.
Mrs. Tilda Dockery and little son,
Henry, and Miss Besie Dockery, visit
ed Mrs. R. P. Allen, Saturday even
Mrs. Hensley visited her brother,
Mr. Castell Hawkins at Postell Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Marshell Hamby
were visitors at Suit Sunday morn
Mrs. Marie Hawkins and little
daughter, Alleen, visited her sister,
Mrs. Mae Hawkins last week.
"only the most advanced
engineering could create
it - only super-precision
>ds could produce it:
If you arc one of chose sound automobile buyers
who buy on comparative values, and If you com
pare the Greater Oakland Six against the best its
field affords? you will discover that only the most
advanced engineering could create it ? ? ? and
only super-precision methods could produce it.
In no other car of the $1000 class will you find
such a matchless combination of engineering ad
vancements as in the Greater Oakland Six. For no
other car, regardless of price, provides Oakland's
Rubber-Silenced Chassis and Harmonic Balancer,
Oakland's full pressure oiling, bronze-backed in
terchangeable main bearings, foot controlled tilt
ing-beam headlights and four-wheel brakes.
Nor in any other car of comparable price will
you find so many examples of that super-precision
in manufacture directly responsible for long car
life and lasting owner satisfaction*
All Oakland piston pin bushings arc diamond
bored ... All Oakland connecting rodsara exactly
matched for center of gravity and weight. All Oak
land rotating parts from transmission to rear axle are
completely balanced. These are practices which
typify the most modern and exacting principles of
scientific manufacture and Oakland uses them alll
Oakland Six. $1025 Co $1295. Tht Nnu and Finer Pontiae Six? at Neu) Low PricM? *775 to 3975.
Bodies by FUfur. AU prices at factory. Eaty to pay on du General Motor* Tim* Payment r
BARNETT BROS. MOTOR CO.
Dlie Greater -
PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS WINNING AND HOLDING GOOD WIU.