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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, March 21, 1957, Image 9

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DEADLINE . FOE CLASSIFIED ADS: Nooa Monday* Rate: Mc far each tasertk? 25 wards or leaa; three timet for $1.25. Mara thu 25 worts, two cents per wart. ANDREWS AREA folks. See Mrs. A. B. Chandler, Sr., in Andrews or phone no. 6 or mail to Box 454, Andrews, (or subscriptions to Cherokee Scout. ADELL APARTMENTS: 1st floor unfurnished apartment for rent. Three large rooms and bath. Elec tric or gas beat. Hot water furn ished. Phone VE 7-2493. 29-tfc 48 HOUR SERVICE on any watch and jewelry repair. Davis Jew elers. 24-tfc FOR RENT: Four room unfurn ished apartment with bath, pri vate entrance. Hot water heater Dial VE 7-2511, Murphy. 24-tfc WELL DRILLING: Have your wells drilled: modern machin ery. Six and eight-inch domestic and commercial wells. Macon Pump and Well Co. Write F. B. Roberts, Franklin, N. C. Call 375-J 24-tfc KAYE'S AUTO PARTS machine1 shop and welding done. We man ufacture ornamental posts and rail ing. Call us for prices. WE BUY SCRAP IRON and junk Also burnt and wrecked cars. We sell all Size concrete and cin der blocks. Kaye's Auto Parts, Murphy. Dial VE 7-2172. 22-tfc PHOTOGRAPHS, wedding, por trait and commercial photo graphy. Kodak finishing and pho tostats. Smiley's Studio, Andrews. 22-tfc For Rent, New Service Station New all-porcelain super service station with central heating, all modern equipment, ready for occupancy April 1. locat ed In East Murphy. Will make interested person attractive of. fer. Call 8inclalr, VE 7-2308 or YE 7-2821. FOR RENT : Two bodroom unfur nished Private apartm^it. Heat and water furnished. Call E. A. Browning VE 7-2494. S4-Stp FOR SALE : 80 Acre Farm, 40 acres bottom land. Good stand of pulp wood. Contact X. A. Browning VE 7-J494. 34-3tp for Rent or Sale : Five room brick house with water and bath. Con tact E. A. Browning VE 7-2494. 34-Stp FOR SALE: 1953 Bel Aire Four door Chevrolet, automatic trans mission, like new. 19S0 Vi Ton Dodge pick-up. Will trade. Phone VE 7-2494. 4 3tp RESURFACE your floors. Do the job yourself. Rent our floor sand ing machine, reasonable rates by .he day, half-day or week. Also complete line of floor filling and paint. Gibbs Hardware & Auto Co., Dial VE 7-2511. 23-tfc BULLDOZER work by the hour or by the job. See J. M. Hughes and So . or Dial VE 7-2719, Mur phy. 48-tfc WANTED TcTbUyT" Yellow corn, $1.65 bushel in 100 lb. bags de livered at my farm. Emory An derson, Culberson, N. C. 32-3tp < FAIJMER8 MERCHANTS Vt'Vvur hybird seed corn where qual iv is the first consideration. Sec or call Fred Smith, Brasstown. Telephone VE 7-2274. Supply is ready to move. 32-3tp V ANTED : 50 country hams. Weight under twenty-two pounds. Good well cured hams. Contact M. C. 'Dell, 112 Hickory St., or phone VE 7-2801. 32-3tp FOR KENT: One large furnished downstairs apartment. Large living room. Two bedrooms, kitch en, bath and screened in side x>rch. Finished floors. Garden, Aiasonable rent. Call VE 7-2990. \ 32-3tc Johns - Manville Bldg. Materials Asphalt Shingles ? Roll Roofs Asbestos Siding GIBBS HDWE. & AUTO SUPPLY FOR SALE; Electric stove and electric refrigerator, both In good condition. Contact Evanell Laurta. Have Buyers Interested In 1. Small acreage, accessable, plenty of water, good view; Old house or building . desirable but not necessary. 2. Large tracts of mountain lai.d cut over or tlmberland. 3. Small farms 4. Building lots near Murphy. See Dick Richards, Real Estate, Phone VE 7-2612, Evans Bldg. Murphy, N. C. 32-3tc FOR RENT: Furnished apart ment; living room, bedroom, kitchenette and bath; heated; all modern conveniences. Telephone 144-J ; Andrews. 33-3tc FOR SALE : Baled hay for sale at Brasstown, see W. E. Brendle. 32-3tp HOUSEWIVES make spare time profitable, while selling Avon Cosmetics in your community. Our weekly plan brings a payday of $25 to $50 each week. Write Rose Foster, Box 9185, Oteen, N. C. 33-2tc FOR SALE: One cow be fresh in April. One antique piano good condition, rose wood case One sec ond hand couch, some other pieces of furniture. See G. H. Farmer, Marble, N. C. 33-3tp FARM FOR SALE: 102 acres, 15 cultivation, rest timber. Two houses, one 4 rooms, one 6 rooms, barn and other out-buildings. V* mile off Black-Top. $3500. A. F. Lunsford, Suit, N. C. 33-2tp FOR SALE : 21-acre farm, 15 acres level cultivating, 6 acres timber, ^mile from Georgia line, 4.room house completed. Also 45-acre farm, 4-room house completed, 7,000 capacity chicken house, farm equipment, 2 miles from Murphy on Highway 19., See W. R. Thomj*. son or call VE 7-3141. 33-3tp FOR SALE: John Deere tractor, plow and cultivator, good condi tion. Also have one John Deere and one Allis Chamler combine. ? At my place, Mrs. Ralph Lovingood near Marble, N. C. 34-2tp CITY SHOE SHOP located between Mountain Bakery and Cri?p Studio often 24 hour service on all ] repair*. Beginning Saturday March 16 I will be "there permanently. Open nlghU T to ? p. m., also. We cordially Invite your buaineas and 'appreciate your patronage.. Q. W. | Loudermllk, owner 32-3tc FOR SALE: Approximaately 30 acre farm located in Marble treek on property, five room house ?with water. Two porches, smoke house and basement. Crib and barn. Out of town owner wanU quick sale. Contact Rush J. Pul lium, 3428 Turnpike, Roanoke, Va. 34-3tp 1951 2 Dr. Chevrolet in Perfect shape. $500. Can be seen at Rock et Service Station, Andrews, N. C. 34-3tp ; HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE: 37 ft. tandum, aluminum covered, two bedrooms very nice sell or trade for a small trailer. Phone 655, Copperhill, Tenn. 34-3tc SPECIAL RATES on long trips. For Safe and dependable driv ers, call Yellow Cab VE 7-2215 R. ;L. Beavers. 34-3tp CARD OF THANKS To our friends and neighbors we wish to express our sincere ap preciation to each and everyone for the many kindnesses shown us during the loss of son and brother, Buddy Carroll West. G. G. West and Family FOR RENT: Floor sanding ma chine by the bay or hour. Call Elliott's Hardware, Andrews, N. C. C. Phone 241. 34-3tc FOR SALE: Good Work Mules: See Clyde E. Sparks, Bear Paw Road, Rt. 4, Murphy. 34-ltp Miss Mary Ellen Gibson of At lanta, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Gibson. Helpful Hints F?r Heme Meat Caring ' If you haven't killed hogs yet, It's too late ? unless you are close enough to a lockker plant that can process the meat for you. The weather after March 1 Is usu ally too uncertain to do farm cur ing. John A. Christian, animal hus bandry specialist _ for the N. C. Agricultural Extension Service at 3tate College, says there are still "many hogs on Tar Heel farms to be slaughtered for home consump tion". These hogs can safely be processed most any time where locker and plants are available. Most communities have locker and processing plants available to slaughter, process and cure these "late" arrivals. The important things in hog kill ing are, of course, curing and care of red meats. Meats hanging in smokehouse must be taken care of to see that insect damage is kept to a minimum. Beginning March 1 this becomes highly important, de clares Christian. Any meat that is cured in a lock er plant and brought to the farm during the spring and summer months should be bagged and hung immediately to allow for moisture loss so the meat will age properly. At no time should cured meat be put on shelves or in baskets. This causes molding and off-flavors. It takes about six months for a ham to develop the right age flavor, says the specialist. Hams hung during the summer months will attain a high flavor as temperature in the 30's is necessary to develop "high ago" flavor. Christian reminds farmers that in this day and time "Anytime is log killing time", but insists that temperature is the hog killer's big jest enemy. CRAWFORD ' POULTRY CO. INC. Dealers In Live Poultry Write Or Call For Best Prices ? CALL COLLECT 560 COPPERHILL. TEM. frou-frou fashions in springtime cottons ? mm In 9000 H0USCKICMN6 big iMtr 258 to 4.98 Cinderella's new ideas in party dresses? bodice-deep in feminine touches-all just as pretty after washing! Left: a sleeveless, sissy-frilled shirtwaist with skirt a' whirl. Right: charming cape collar, big news for this pastel plaid. Both in sizes 3 to 6x. 7 to 14. MURPHY SUPPLY CO. CASCADE HUE PERFECT MATCH for WALLS and T?IM ? Glides on Easily ? No Painty odot ? Extremely Washr ? ? Variety of lovely colors Finest for Kitchen iand Bathroom wal 1SSSSS? $250 QUART j PITTSBURGH PAINTS WALLHIDE? y3.!i5 &***&> OAllON WAIL PAINT MURPHY HARDWARE CO. "Quality Hardware SImm 1906" AMERICAN RED BmLL IBANHT COMPANY, MC SAH ? D(KNOAlU< ECONOMICAL NATION-WIDI MO VI NO lltVICI -.?? f X AUTHOfNZIO AftlNT Palmer Bros. Trucking To |nc Rtt VSfM T-tlU HUim. v. c. Join the swing to Swept -Wing - Get greatest advances of 1957 ! ? . 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