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THE CHEROKEE SCOUT
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?TBRUX BAB B,
PHYUL4S B BABB
CARL CARROLL. JB
Oouaty: One Yew. t2.?; Six Month*
OutakJe Cherokee County. One Year $300
SerMd Clau Pwta(l
Marphy, N. C.
11? Hickory St..
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Words of Lite
In die three proceeding paper* I
have followed the general home.
Christian Service 1 nave noted the
duty of chrstiaa service, the Joy K
brings and tte sacrifice it entaUa.
1 shall close die series by direct
ing attention to the rewards ot
Jesus frequently spoke of the re
wards of Chrislain living and seem
ed to put real emphasis upon the
fact of 4t. Speaking of persecutions |
which he said would be the lot of
the christian he Mid. "Rejo tea. and
be exceedtag dad: MUmt It
your reward in heaven." (Matt
1:12' I cannot go into this at laagth
so I direct the reader*' attention to
Matt. X XI aad ?. Alao read Luke
19:17. Faithful work done ia the in
terest of Christ's kingdom is always
suitably and atmndatly rewarded.
When a sinner gets right .with God
there comes into Cris heart a peace
that transcends the power of words
it describe. "Thou wilt keep Mm in
perfect peace who mind is stayed
on the.?." Jesus said, "Peace I
*n wtth yoo. my p??w I flrt
unto you" The* la also a pecuiiqM
pleasure arising fh).n
with God and wtth his people. The
christian has also the assurance of
victory. There is bo outside power
whjch can separate us from the
love o t God. -?
The Christian has also great' aaf-'
bfaction at seeing good done T'lere
is Joy in heaven over one ?inner
who repents, said Jesus. Can there
nit be Joy also in the heart of hint
m-Iio led that sinner to repentance?
I' the christian religion be univer
sally applied it will rid the world of
all evil. What ?a joy It 'will brin ; to
he heart of him who hcs had a pari
in that accompltfhmen: !
May wt mk tttak of am* ?|?
rewards to be enjoyed la ?ta* fulumj
| tile. What a thrill it will bring whiff
tne bean the Master say:
done, thou good and fattbfal
' vaat: thou hast been faithful ov?t
a few things, I will make thee p&
I e.- over many Ikiogs: enter 8>0u
| io:o the Icy of thy Ward." This VtU
be followed by the Hiss of eternal
Slory. Forever 'wtt the Lord. Fel
low sh:p With the of ail age*
Serving GcJ In a sew environment
Forever beyond the reach of #H
:fcirss tl it would hurt. Sbalf t 'tay
't? Yes. I wiU -The .best of <nll U we
ivial! bt like, him': for we shall see
tim as he Ip. See I. Jo<m 2:3..
! In the constellation of Lyra, near
TIE - BREAKER:
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STREET OR ROUTE
CITY AND STATE
Georgia Tech VS Duke
Citizens Bank & Trust Co;
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SERVING SOUTHWESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Ilayesvillp ? Robbinsville
ARMY VS AIR FORCE
Murpby - Andrews
Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Shortest distance to the best buys in
Murphy is a straight line to . . .
ALA. VS MISS. STATE
Murphy. IV. C.
SEE W. A. SINGLETON
ALUBRN VS FLORIDA
At Western Anto Amoeiat* Store
MURPHY. NORTH CAROLINA
For Qaiek and Dependable Service
CAUL OR BRING YOUR CAR TO
yWDAVIDSON VS WOFFORD
DAVIS ESSO SERV1CENTER
Everything For Happy Motoring
Blue Ridge Trucking Company
DaUy Schedule Between Murphy And Asheyille
Reliable Connecting Carriers Providing Service From And To
AU Points North, South, East and West
MURPHY TERMINAL PHONE VE 7 ? 2922
CLEMSON VS RICE
WAYNE WILSON HARLEY STRATTON
The Best Of Senice Costs No More
20 lears Experience In Meeting
Yonr Transportation Needs.
ROGERS ELECTRIC SERVICE
ROBERT E. ROGERS
N. CAROLINA VS TENNESSEE
? Rouse Wiring ? Electrical
Repairs ? Motor Repairs
DAY PHONE VE 7 . Ut5 NIGHT PHONE VF 7- ?7g
Eor Insurance Of AR Kinds See A
S. CAROLINA VS MARYLAND
The Insurance Department 0!
Citizens Bank and Trust Co.
Murphy - Andrews
W. D. Town son A Western North Carolina
' Mutual Burial Association
VMJ VS O. WASHINGTON
First Burial Association
- ? r
West Of WaynesvBle, N. C.
Allison and Duncan Tire
MURPHY VS ANDREWS
Tiro Sorvk'P Headquarters
? ITazelnood ?Franklin ? Murphy
MILK ? ICE CRFAM
PRODUCTS CO - OP INC.
WAKE FORES? VS VIRGINIA
Mnrphy, North Carolina
Dial VE 7 - 2158
Heat Yoiip Homo With Gas
N. CAROLINA STATE VS WYOMING
PHILLIPS 66 PIIILGAS
SMOKEY MOUNTAIN GAS CO.
MURPHY. N. C. DIAL VE 7-2111
last Good And Friendly Service
I RICHMOND VS VPI
Ingram and Gulley Gulf Service
tt?rpfcy,NC. Dial VE 7-9644 .
by. ti? Qreefc W
vulble lc the unaided
UT But ?h* >W M It with .
telescope of tnoderate Ught-gather
JbS power you will dtotinfuuh four
kars where you hi only one w th
t,ut th# teieMxp*. Tbeee lour run
are vevolviaf around ? common
center. Let ua tugpoee ttwt (her
tanp plaaets there rtrvoMng aroun
mem um. If thli la the rase the
tan never be ia -darkness at an
time toy one or njore W these sun
v.411 be aMnlng either Ugh or kv
in (heir eky. In such f a sktuatlo
there- is c Ukesras to heaven: ther.
is no ntefct there.
To Children '
As cool-\v??ather clothes are
brought ou! of storage this season,
coverings of plastic bags again be
come a menace to children.
An electrostatic charge may be
generated by friction from hand
ling the bag. The youngster; while
peering through, Is apt to have the
bag literaUy grab him through the
electrical attraction to his face.
Tlv child cannot tear It. Death by
suffocation may result? as It has
in tragic instance after tragice in
stnace during the past year.
The bags should iv?ver, under
any circumstances, be used for
falceshift covtrings for pillows,
fal' shift coverings (or pfllows,
riajvs. playpens or cribs.
Tte child should never be given
the opportunity to handle one of
ttose bags. That means that when
they are removed from clothing,
tey should immediately be shredd
ed, or tied in knots and put in a
tighlty covered disposal can.
The bags can prove as lethal
as a loaded gun or a bottle of
poison? and should be so treated.
Home Of Governor
Governor Hodges. ? member of
the National Civil Detente Advisory
Council, has ooeoed for Inspection
? Family FaUoul Shelter, Wfctch
Uaj been constructed In the base
ment of the Executive Mansion.
This shelter was built In conform
i y with recommended specifica
tions of U?e office of Civil Defense
Mobilization at a total cost of less
han $300. Tbe shelter is construc
? d of, concrete blocks in a corn
er of tbe basement and Is 7Vfc fcet
wide and 8H feet In length. It ft
7 6.*t in height and Is designed to
accommodate six persons under
austere conditions for a period of
TK? shelter has been stocked with
the necessary two weeks supply of
survival items to include canned
and staple foods, water, bedding,
cooking and sanitary facilities, bat
tery operated radio, emergency
lighting equipment, fire-fighting
and resuce tools.
Governor Hodges stated that the
shelter had been equipped mosly
with items found in the average
home. The additional items tueded,
such as a battery operated radio,
tviger counter, electric lantern,
fire extinguisher, etc. would cost
less than $100.
The Governor further stated that
he hoped that many families of our
State would construct a homeslvMt
er for family protection against
enemy nuclear action, a hurricane
COMMISSIONER OF BANKS ? STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
RALEIGH, N. C.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
Citizens Bank and Trust Company
6f andkkWs. hayesville. murphy and robbin s ville
In Ihe State of North Carolina at the close of business
1 OCTOBER 6. 1939 ,
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve
balance.-!, ami cash items in process of collection 1,472,815.05
United States Government obligations,
direct and guaranteed 3,103,365.65
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 525,662.10
Other bonds, notes, and debentures 303,129.15
Corporate stocks (including $ None stock of
Federal Reserve Uank) ...? 100.00
Loans and discounts (including $ None overdrafts) 3.087.216.24
Bank premises owned 120.762.62 149,160.72
furniture and fixtures 28.398 10 9,168.88
Other assets 217,578.63
TOTAL ASSETS 8,368.196.42
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations . .i 4 362,605 92
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 3,196,998.11
Deposits of United States Government
(including postal savings) 128.529.06
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 481,316.99
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 38,339.68
TOTAL DEPOSITS 8,207,789.78
Other liabilities 153 576 46
TOTAL LIABILITIES 8,361,366.24
Surplus . , 200,000.00
Undivided profits 106,830.18
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 506.830.18
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 8,868.196.42
?This bank's capital consists of:
Common stock with total par value of ...$200,000.00
Total deposits to the credit of the State of North
Carolina or any official thereof 60,210.18
Assets pledged or assigned to secure
liabilities and for other purposes 1,125,000.00
(a) Loans as shown above are after deduction
of reserves of 223,588.24
(b) Securities as shown above are after deduction 63.95
of reserves o I f.
I, Mildred B. Ray, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly
Swev that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly
represents the true state of the several matters hereto contained and
set forth, to. the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct ? Attest: ? MILDRED B. RAT
MILDRED R. RAY
' , W. D. WHITAKER
>' ' W. FRANK -FORSYTH
C. O. MOORE
Sworn to end subscribed before me this 26t6h day at October, 1959,
. My Commission expires May 8, 1960 Oertnide Worthen,
5 WJ' ?? Notary Public
My commission expires April 21, I960.