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Well folks. here xve are azain and
In I'll vi-ii the truth ur have been
iu-t "piii.ini: it "tt else we would
have r*?me sooner.
We w i? ti t to register a kick the
fir?t thinir ue do. well not exactly
a ki- k hut a query and protest. Vve
b< _an t look t'- r the Sci.ut Thur>
dav. then Friday. Saturday, no mail
on Sindav. tlien Moiulay and when
the last man arrixed exerxhodx. 1
mean e\frvb??dx in our iamilx. tried
t?> yet 1-1 "I the paper first, then
in all ? -ix pa-'es. disappointment.
I?u! \?'U all don't know what I am
ta'k' aijotil. w.-ll it"- like llii
! , - wee a- we wrrr eating
dinner we were honored by a visit
f i . ? M . Iki i lex . our l'ditor. we iu
\ - : ! dine with us. hut he had
?iyer ! - ! and family i treat
v> ? out >11 t!?e ?.pet; W ell
after di ' ? : mx wife and I went
d< to tl .ir and there me! Mrs.
1> 1 1 .s n 1 1 .-iyter. who was up
fj . r \tl. ? <?a.. on a visit. W e
to. k the t k- up to the I >. < ?o\ -
. run -f ' i ** 1 and \yency. it be
in/ the > .hath, however. exery
hodx was _ ? "( itr riditis. we x i-.
ited several old site- of the late
Couneil yround. ineludinu the place
where the t hief \. I. Smith's home
Stood. \\e next x ilsted the Baptist
Mission and was - n .-rtained for a
xvhile by tile Hex. I. \. Lee and xxife
xv ho are d??in<i a yreat xvork anions
the ( herokee Indian-. And now
c< iine> the hone "I ? intention, xve
were very anxious to k" ?w just what
our country peop! ?. looked like
and f lie iinpres?ii u h obtained.
Not a xvord. xve don't k'ioxv if he
was s,, stunned I a ?!:f! 'rent pic
ture from hi- :,r.a inati n or xvhat.
hut we do know that a more plea
sant afternoon has not heen passed
our way lately, and xve are yoinjr t<>
claim all the enjoyment until xve
hear from ye editor.
The Rev. Sihaldd Smith and fam
ily entertained Misses Penderjrrass
and O'Learx of \exv York City last
IYesday. These voting: ladips are
employees of S. II. Kress of the
Kress 1 -25c Stores. 1 hex are the
?U"sts of Capt. \. H. Weaver of
An "'d time revival is starting at
the (.lierokce Indian Reservation et
the Cherok'-e Mi.?-ion with Dr.
Stephens ot Atlanta. <>a.. in charge
"I don't see why women will
drag around, in a half-hearted
way, never fe ling well, barely
able to drag, when Ccrdui might
help put them on their feet, as it
did me," says Mra. Geo. S. Hunter,
I of Columbus, Ga.
I *"I suffered with dreadful pains
j in my sides. I had to go to bed
I and stay sometimes two weeks,
j ""I could not work, and just
| dragged around the house.
"I got very thin. I went from
I a hundred and twenty-six pounds
down to less than a hundred.
WI sent to the store for Cardui,
and before I had taken the first
bottle I began to improve. My
side hurt less, and I began to
mend in health.
"Cardui acted as a fine tonic. I
do not feel like the same person.
I am well now, and still gaining."
For sale by druggists, every
where. Give it a trial.
i the v. s. The first >ervice will
> ?! J 11 o'clock.
M-. II. >b P. ""'anion, tin* r?eu I .
Sup!. \ ? l at ( herokee. is
pushim; - luilding program at
tht - ? v ! :< ii includes t \\ ? ? lar;j:e
new 1- m - and two enlarged l??
il> wide tic previous capacity, now
';Hr -hir accomodations fur 350
pupils n? \t term.
\\ > 'I. ! n >< 1 better close before
: ? w! ? 1- ! '!<?? goe> on a strike.
\. M. < Hussell. owner and edi
tor of the Palmetto News, motored
iip from Palmetto. I la., for the week
? tkI with In- familx. who are spend
i nuinu tlu? summer at their home
!i?*re. 1' was accompanied hy his
sister. Mir' Pearl Kussell. who will
spend Mtiin' time here before leturn
imr to her l. -me in Brooksville. Ha.
Mr-. M \. l av lor. of Mur
t >}i \ -pr? ,i lew <!ax- here with her
daii-jli!- M John I . Nelson, last
week. H *\ l; resided here for se\.
rial x- - -!'? ha- nianx friends here
who arc- ilw n- . lad to -er her.
Mi?- fVlnia La-seter. who spent a
Iw . wt'-k- \ ition here with her
i mother, i - >. \. Wilson. returned
t-> her S i > in ( airo. (.a.. Saturday.
^|?i* v . - ;?anied a- lar a- M:n
| . Ii\ with I ? ; mother and |iep-tather.
Mr. am' Mr-. >. \. \\ il>on. and her
-ister. \l i ? Mvrtle Max l.a>seter.
Slie x\.i- ' : ihti'd with her \ i>it l<>
the mountains and will boost for
them while she is awa\.
The friends of "I nele lom
Wright are glad to see him up again
;ti m an illness ?<! ahout two weeks.
Mrs. | 1',. King and -on. John
\iken King, attended services at the
Methodist ehurch in Andrews Sun
Mrs. (tarlaml Haney ami children
ire visiting her father and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cothern. Mrs.
flanex resides in (?astonia.
Mi? Oleta Wright had as her
guest last week. Mi-- Quay Uowland
a charming young lady from \n
Mr. and Mrs. S. \. Wilson. Miss
j Beryl Kussell and Miss Myrtle May
"Lasseter attended the all day singing
at Red Marhle church Sunday. Tliev
enjoyed the singing very much.
Inlere>l in tin- Sunday school at
ihe Methodist church here seems to
I ?e growing under the superintend
dencx of K. B. king, ably assisted
b> Mrs. King. Hie splendid -pirit |
ot ro-operation <?f all denominations
jis very gratifying.
Manx tourists ai passing through:
e now. and express delight over!
>ii. w?.::dcrful climate. ice-cold j
.-p rings and scenic grandeur.
e are having some nice weather'
| at the present.
Mr. Troy Birchfield and family j
wfiv the guest ?>| M . and Mrs. \r
xcl Crisp Sunday.
Quite a large crowd from Martin!
I Creek motored I ? ? the Mills Gap Sun
Miss Ira Madge and Mr. Blake'
Stalcup and Miss Grace Crisp and!
Mr. Burrell and Beigh Chastain
? njoxed a swimming party Saturday
j Miss I Ml ian Blair and Miss T .ilia
j Birch were the guest of Mr. J. L.
| Chastain one nipht last week.
Miss Annaruth Stalcup had the
misfortune of getting her hand hurt.
Mrs. Warren and daughters are
spending their summer vacation at
their home on Martin Creek.
Mrs. G. D. Ricks vivsited her
daughter. Mrs. Victor Ellis last
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Carringer
and son, Floyd, were the guests of
RELIEF FROM CURSE
A Battle Creek phy ~ 1 pays.
"Constipation is respons ' for more
miser:* than any other
But immediate relief - been
found. A tablet callt K
derlies has been discov ed. This
tablet attracts water fro!: ? system
into the lazy. dry. t-var ? :n?wel
called the colon. The w; " o-er.s
he dry food waste and - a pen
tie. thorough, natura ! lavement
without forming1 a hab>. ever in
creasing the dose.
Stop suffering from : nation.
: Chew a Rexa'l Orderl night.
Next day bright. Ge: 21 ' '"25c to
' day at the nearest Rexall Drug:
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ?' Sunday.
Messrs. Carl and I ! Hendrix
and I >?'! i Palmer were \ sit??rs at,
Marlins ("reek last Sin: 1. ?
Mrs. Frank Leather^" "f Hur
liam. \. C.. and daui:!.' Mary
Fa\e. are spending a few weeks with
Mi-. Leatherwn.id's parents. Mr. and
Mr- "v H. Stal? lip.
Prayer service at The (ilade. e\
t ry Sunday night. F.vcr ? <K come
am! l-elp us in; ke a mi ? ??! it.
ON TAX SALES
N i\> Ticcnfy /'#"?? f ? / I ?' n!f\ Im
fmsnt Is Beit i u. 1 lis
I lie following statement to C??un
w \? * ? 'tintants by Charle- M. ]ohn*
son. executive secretary ? the ('.mill
t\ <>n\ eminent Advis??i\ Cominis
-inn, Italeigh. has been received fur
pul licatinn :
"It has been brought t?? nur alien*
linn thai in some eotmlies. a flat
penalty ? ?l 20 per ? enl of the total
.amount of the lax sales certificaes
i- being imposed upon taxpayers at
the time they redeem their property
which has been sold for taxes.
Hence, we are sending out this cir
< ular letter to correct sueh misap*
l prehension of the law.
"Section i?037, Chapter 221. Pub
lic Law- of 1927. requires that t ho
certificates of sale shall bear inter
est at the rate of twenty per centum
per annum on the entire amount of
AT FOLK SCHOOL
The r??lk S hoo! Ii> had so many
visitors lhi> past month lhal it has
been impossilde to keep a record.
\mong others who have come are:
Mi-- Kucv Margon of Penland.
< .. Mrs. Ksther F rea- of Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackmore of Isabel
la. Tenn.. .Mrs. H. G. Sinhts of Pad
ucah. K\ .. Mr- W . K. West. Miss
Theresa West and Mrs. \nson Mor
gan of Mto. Ca.. Miss Doris Sutton
of Larchmont. X. V.* and Miss
Ruth Hunter of Brooklyn. V ^ .
Mi-- Ruth Alden Coolidge of Med
Iford. Mass.. and Miss Helen Green
I <?f Montelair. V J., left last week
[after a months visit. They were
.very much delighted with t ho roun- i
1 1 \ and pleased with the work of the
-ehool, Miss Marian Hunter of
l Brooklyn. \. Y.. is spending the
-umnier and Mi- Hannali Morris of
j Philadelphia has just arrived for
the remainder of the summer. Mr.
Raymond Ritehie of \ iper. Kv..
drove thrcush with a friend lasl
I week to visit Mr-. De^ehamps of
the I "Ik Sehnoi and Mrs. I)es
champs parent-. ? of \ iper. K\..
?and Mr. !Yum;m Ritchie are now
!av - and '".e-i - i ?-| f ? ?j- a period
of twelve month- from I h?* date of
-ale. and t!?erea!S? r shall hear inter
e-t at the late <i ten per eentum per
annum until paid or until final
judgment ol < onfirmation i- render
ed. hut e\ery holder of a certificate
other than count), municipal corpo
| ration, or other political subdivi
sion, shall, in ease said action is not
j instituted within eighteen months
| from the date of the tir.-l certificate
j of -ale. only receive after the expi
ration ol eighte.en months, on all
i amounts expended on or in connec
tion with said purchase, interest at
the rate of six pe cent per annum.
'"The law is plain therefore, that
it i- not intended that 2(1 per cent
of the amount of the certificate he
collected from the taxpayer if he
pavs the taxes and cost three months
from the date of the certificate. (>n
1' one-fourth of twenty per cent of
that certificate can he collected:
three months being one-fourth part
? ?I twelve months."'
In Oakland Factory
There used to be a saving that the
parking industry utilized every j,arl
of an animal but the squeal. \v\ ,.u.n
that dosen t give tin- packer the
^lightest advantage over the modern
\ isitors going through tlie plants
of the Oakland Motor Car company
at Pontiae. Mich., have noticed
small piles of machine turnings. or
shavings, accumulating evt-r* few
minutes under various machines u?u
ed in the building of Oakland and
Pontiae Sixes. Several men go
from place to place carefully shov
eling these turnings into -t**?>l con
tainers. Not one visitor in fifty
thinks to ask what becomes of them,
pre-supposing that eventually thev
rcach the scrap neap.
The fact is those shavings repre
sent potential automobile-. Far
from being scrapped. the\ are care
fully salvaged and put through a re
claiming process. After sorting
they are run through a crusher and
then placed in wire mesh baskets in
;t ? entrifugal motion which extracts
practically UN* percent of the grind
ing oil. This i> filtered and used
The crushed turnings are led into
a convex or which carries them to a
gondola railroad car ready lor ship
inent back t?> tin* steel mills. Low
ered freight charges result from the
crushing. I ncrushed. about twelve
tons will go into a car: crushed,
more than fort> tons.
Fifteen carloads are salvaged a
month, or twenty tons a da>. This
reclaiming process has been in effect
at the Oakland plant f?>r several
years. It is another instance of the
effecient mass production methods
which make possible so much auto
mobile for so little money.
; Watch Color of
Coated tonmie. sour stomach, head
ache. constipation, rail for liver mcdidM.
i Take Lane s Pills ami get relief at once.
Sold bv 11. S. Parker
IDlLYlRAV ?Rfl AHfflvU ILTiRAX RiIe&V
~ ant! available only to buyers cf
PRODUCT OP GENERAL MOTORS
In answer to the widespread demand
for a lrrw-priced six of ultra-smart
ness, all Pontiac Six body types have
been made available with special
Six wire wheels in attractive colors
? two spares with chrome-plated
clamps cradled in fender wells ? a
folding trunk rack ... all are in
cluded at a slight increase in price.
Camp*. $71* Sport Readm** t74S: Pkuttm. S77S, GAAkt, $791 Of?*
*-n ?_?? ? ' 1 0?Uo~l All-Amrrv<am Si,. SUHf u> S126S. A" tV??
IdiwuJ pncrs <k*y md auU lou?t Kmdlmjf charm ra. Oc*?ral ICoMr* TW
!? i in Pl? ? n-w- ? ?
On no other six of comparable cost
is this ultra-smart and ultra-new
equipment obtainable ... just as no
other low-priced six provides the in
herent style advantages of Bodies by
Fisher and the performance superi
orities of a 186 co. in. engine with
the G-M-R cylinder head. The price
is only $95 extra. Investigate this
exceptional "boy** today.
D. & D. MOTOR COMPANY