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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1936
! NOBODY'S I;
I BUSINESS I1
BY GEE McGEE
MY FIRST STOP AT A HOTEL
I was IS years old when 1 spent
n.y first night in a hotel. I had secured
a job as telegraph operator, and
en route to location, I had to stop
over a night, and when I asked foi j
a boarding house <1 had heard "t
them ?. a man showed me the Franklin
inn. I had never been out of sight
of home before.
I went in and told the colored man
who came running toward me and
tried to take my grip away from m*
that 1 wantc 'd to see Wis. Frank iin j
about spending the nig. : He
showed me over to a little man standing
behind a counter w:'h a pair of
I specs on his nose and a writing pen
in his har.d.
He didn't say a word. Just handed j
me the pen; 1 looked at it carefully
and handed it bar'; ami told him that
I didn't care to buy it. at the railroad
office where I was going to work (
would possibly furnish a pen for my '
use. He smiled and handed it back
to me and told me to sign my name
on the book. I didn't like that idea
much, as pa had always told im to b? j
careful what I signed.
After ( had en ten-d my name ir:
beautiful Jong-hand.which I oxj ecteii
him ut brag mi. lie slapped a little
bell that made me jump '2 feet high.
A negro ran up and grabbed at m\
bag again, but he wasn't k t- '
nough. He motioned to me; I fob
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IVlurphy, N. C.
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QUICK AMBULANCE SERVICE i '
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
Day Phone 74, Night 97 and 77 '
All Accessories for '? .
;1;Drive in and let us ser-:j:
$vice your car with those?
t Good Gulf Products
|"SERVICE WITH A?
f SMILE" |
i: MURPHY SERVICE :S
? A. J. Hembree, Prop.
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HARRY P. COOPER
Miss Gene\a Ledford spent Wednesday
right with Miss Grate Gladson.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Bandy ol
Isabella have moved into the house
of Mr. Charles Morgan of thi- section.
The community club met last Friday
night with the school giving a
lowed him. We falked into a little
room about 6 feet square. There
wasn't any bed in it. and I knew
right straight 1 was not going to like
To my great surprise the room
[commenced to move and I commenced
l? tremble. We got going pretty
fast, and the man said?*'t?" and the
thing stopped suddenly. We got out.
We walked down the hall and turned
to the left a i he left me and my
suitcase all alone in a strange room.
The bed looked nice and felt soft.
I \vi-h< : v ore hers and sisters
could see me in that fine place about
h.?0 feet itji in th- air! I finally dt
ride.! ;o go to bed. 1 couldn't blow
at tin light; it was inside of glass.
1 wrapped my sock around it. 1
want-i t > wash my hands the next
morning, hut there wasn't a sign of
eke- or washpan in the room. 1
aw ' iiiethi11g fa.-tenod to the wall
with handle- on it. but was afraid i<>
turn one of them. 1 just went on
'town stair-. 1 flights, as I was. The
man at tin counter charged me -S!.
I tried to explain to him that I had
not set there slept only, but 1 got no
rhange Hack I learned better about
hotels during the next few years.
REHOBER CHURCH MIGHT CAI.L
A NEW PASTOR
there is some talk in secret amongst
the members of rehober church about
calling a new pasture to take
the j re-sent pullpit of rev. will waite.
he has hurst a great manny feelingf
here of late talking about money for
keeping the home fires a-burning.
There is sevveral faults to his pas:urate,
according to holsum moorc.
the seekerterry of the bored, he lets
his britches bag to mush at the knee,
ie pulls his left ear while preaching
all of tin- time till it bleed-, he do
not bade down heavy enough on genneral
sins, but harps on autoes and
itciier show- nearly all of the time.
he has wore hi-self out at some of
he stoars onr.t r count of verry
veak cretldick. but always promises
to pay after the collection is took
text sunday, but if the collection
lon't amount to no more than he is
paying on his back detts ansoforth,
lie will never have to pay a income
tax. his wife is allso doing a right
smart of talk about his delinquent
members: it is no sin to be delinitin*:
! when a fellow can't help it,
but verry few ever touch it.
The church leaks pretty bad. but
as noboddy is ever in it now to get
wet. there seems to be no sensejz)
rehober mought go pastureless a
louauia tv? auvan;age and save
some monney, but rev. waite argues
a dead church is pretty strong anyway,
our leaders is looking around
for a supply, if you know of one
that will preach 6 or 8 months on
trial, please rite or foam mr. holsum
moore at once for particulars ansoforth.
mike Clark, rfd,
1 FAVOR ANYTHING THA*
The four acts that I favor enact
1. Payment of Old Age Pension
2. Reduction of automobile anc( i
shall be sold and distributed
3. Repeal of the law placing a li
of this county in the streams i
should pay a nominal fee for
attention to the fact that there
ty and none of them contain
we go into the adjoining coi
we expect to pay a license f<
; the abominable practice of dyi
4. Construction of as good a h
I will speak at Unaka
Andrews, Tues., Oct.
Suit (Friendship Sch
erokee Scout, Murphy, Nof
j program. The next program will be
' given Oct. 30. Everybody is invited.
Mrs. Mollie Carter and daughter
j Gertrude of Athens. Tennessee visitj
ed Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bandy Saturj
day and Sunday.
Mrs. Lennie Hawkins of Isabella i
moved into the house of Rev. P. W. ;
j Helton here on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tallent and
tj baby. Mary Ellen, of Rome, Ga..
I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. '
j Cook Sunday.
Mr. Herman Bandy and Mr. Robert
Cole made a business trip to
Rome. Ga., last week.
Miss Pauline Montgomery spent
Monday and Tuesday night with her
aunt Mrs. T. A. Bindy.
Mrs. Elbert Simonds and children j
J (iiace. and Imogene spent Sunday ,
i afternoon with Mrs. Alvin Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Haves, radio
artists of WXOX, Knoxville. Tenn. *
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bandy i
and Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Cook Thurs- day.
They were enroute to West
\ irginia after a sixteen week en- |
gagment at WXOX.
Mrs. Wilburn Hancock spent last
week in Isabella, T? :.n. visiting,
friends and relatives.
Mr. George Stuart and Mr. Robert
Bell made a business trip to A.sheville
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wece of
New \ork City. X. are the proud,
j arent> of a boy born. October 13. i
Si:e was t he former I.ols Chaste in < i'
this section. I
Mr. I*!oyd Kay lor an<l Mis Myrtle
Amburn were happily married, Octo11.
Their many friends wish,
'.hem a long and happy life.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cole attended | j
services at M*. Moiiah Sunday.
Miss Ganet Ha!lew spent Sunday
afternoon with Miss Grace Simonds. <
In Cans In Bottles
Order a carton for you
home ? NO DEPOSI
i of Cherokee County
r WILL BENEFIT CHEROKEE
ing into law are:
truck license tags, and that said tags
out of the Cherokee County Court
icense tax on fishing for the citizens
of Cherokee County... Non-Residents
rishing, but 1 respectfully call your
are only three rivers in this coungame
fish, only the sucker type. If
inties to fish in the game streams,
>r such privilege, and I do feel that
lamiting fish should be severely
ighway from Murphy to the North
, Thurs., Oct. 22, 7 p. m.?"
. 27, 8 p. m.?Bellview (Bi
ool House), Thurs.. Oct. !
Mr. and Mrs. ltlain Loudt-rmilk of
Copperhill, Tonn.. spont Sunday with
Mrs. Josie Loudormilk.
Mr. Robert Cook, who is attending
Western Carolina Teachers College.
was home on a short visit.
Miss Veremelle Collins was the
week-end guest of Miss Anita Cook.
Dovie Dean Cook was a guest of
Mae Little Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Little and
daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Kilpatrick.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas were
Sunday guests of Rev. Mose Holbrooks.
Mr. Floyd Little was a visitor of
Mr. Edd Cook Saturday night.
Messrs Winifred Collins and V. C.
Hughes were visitors in this section
Mr. Clearance Hampton was a i
visitor of this section Sunday.
A strong wind that hit this com- I
munity Saturday unfortunately blew !
Mr. C. V. Little's blacksmith from |
under the shed.
Timely Farm Questions'
Ques'io::: 3low long should a hog
be off feed before killing?
An-wer: No feed should he given
the animal for at least 24 hours before
it is killed. During that time,
however, the animal should have access
to plenty of water. This gives
the hog time to get rid of the contents
of the stomach and intestines
which makes it easier to get a good
plced. The meat also cures better
when the small blood vessels are
free from food products. Never
ver heat or excite the animal before
re to eat hi
i [ FOR FIVE DAYS 4
r On the sixth day 4
try to drink a
r You will want
t | the Budweiser =
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Carol in a-Tennessee State line vi.
Murphy to Culberson and from 1
The foregoing platform exprest
laws I favor, but 1 want the citizen:
1 am sent to Raleigh as your Repr<
Cherokee County given its just reo
State. Heretofore nothing has beei
high time that the officials at Rale
are a part of this great State and th;
be made in this county just as it is
more favored tl^an we.
I am especially and intensely ir,
revered elderly people paid a month
a shame that our old people should
the county poor house in their decl
am going to insist that the Govern
Legislature immediately following 1
passing the law to take care of our
ter months begin instead of waiting
the old age pensions. Our old peo]
pensions NOW and not be compelled
Your vote and your support *
OTHER SPEAKING DATES WIL
Vests Reid's Chapel), Fri
urnt Meeting House), We
29, 7 p. m.
killing as this
ditions which j rwents
ing and causes the 4
Question: .Should I I
my pullets before they at I
the laying house? I^Hfe
laying they i:.,uld he* < ~
laying house ithout
deworm then, after th.
y ' in
laying wdl up..- the
cause them to . tup prods , R'
ever, those puil-ts that a,.
flesh, have pale face parts r|fi
that they art suffering \
should be dew nted and
ditioning or fattening ratioti^^B
dition to the r ,ving ^
three weeks At the end of
if the pullet ... respond^
treatment the . >uld t*
laying house. *1 ^ that <h
spond to th it meat
Question: I!- . .u.-h silagt JbB
I provide for . lairy cow*?
Answer: Th -?f course,
upon the nun. animals
weight of each nal. The
cow will tonsun t three
of silage a day each 10'
of live weight. other
cow weighing ;i and "
consume about ' ur.&ofj^^faFTS
day. Mult :.
pounds each -".imej^F^
by the num animals
to get the t"-, '-^ndage reqjj^HR ^
This figure di a
give the tonna-. led. Adi^F pc
this about fi\< nt t<>
feed wasted and led. ^F'SUBSCRIBE
TO THE SCOUtHV^
is words R
ii a name?" scoffed jSe
re. And then he made S.
ame the greatest in ft
:rature... because the H
tality of his writings
lame a meaning. B
"or a product whose I'
es up to the promise ft
le. How else c u! 1 H\
be entitled to your j
oiceif its quality . ere H )
aintained by sk.'l that H /
never wavers? Isn't ft
that why so many 'Q
people through three I /
generations have cho- BZ
sen Budweiser as a Br
friendly companion? HJ
a Unaka as we now have from
Vlurphy to Peachtree and Brassses
four of the more important
> of this county to know that if
tentative I will fight to have
ognition by the officials of this
n done for our county and it is HH
gh be made to realize that we
at appropriations of state money
in many other further East and HB
tterested in seeing our aged and
ly income. It is a disgrace and Hfl
be dependent on relatives and
lining years. If I am elected 1
or call a special session of the
he election for the purpose of
old people before the long winuntil
next spring to start paying BKSj
pie are entitled to receive their
1 to wait until NEXT YEAR- MB
will be greatly appreciated
L BE ANNOUNCED LATER M
) Oct. 23, 7 p. m. ? H
d., Oct. 28, 7 p. m. flfe