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THE MOUNTAINEER, WAYNESVILLE, N. C
JTHURSDAY, jL l v
Mr.-. L. ('. Wail'it-11 enUTtaiiu-d a
number uf friends Mmi'lay evening
in honor of her husband's birthday
anniversary. Of lev a very pleasant
evening the fruests gathered in the
dining room where a lovely borthday
cake of pink and white with pink
candles served as a centerpiece. A
delicious ice course was served. Thse
present were Mr. and Mrs. Tom I!la-
lock, .Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Kobinson, Mr.
and Mrs. John Hlalock ami Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Knight.
Mrs. (;. ( . Sumniei riw, and Mrs.
ifJeorne Walls left Friday for New-
poit News, Ya., where they wi.l spend
a week or ten days visiting their sons,
Rui'us arid Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White and
email daughter, of Henderson, spent
the week-end with 'Mrs. White's sis
ter, Mrs. Will Wanton.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis and
Mrs. ('. S. Davis are visiting in Kob-
binsville this week.
Those composing a fishing party
to Kobbinsville this week Were Kev.
J. M. Woodard, Leonard and Tal
madge Woodard and Bud Blalock.
Mr. and Mrs. Hai ry Anderson and
children, of Charlottesville, a., ar
rived Saturday to spend this week in
town at the home ot Mrs. W. A.
,Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Snyder left
Sunday for a week's visit in Harlan,
Ky., with their daughter, Mrs. R. H.
Dempsey, and Mr. Dempsey.
Mr. G. B. Woodard has as his guests
over the week-end, Mrs. G. B. Wood
ard, of Erwin, Tenn., and Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Woodard and (laughter,
Elinor, of Erwin.
Kenneth Davis, of Leaksville, will
C. W. KL'SSKI.L, Clyde, Route
"Btcause of the lack of iain, it 1
like the potato crop will be hurt,
yet corn is not hurt."
J. M. LONG "I -pent !JU
a sidution to fight June bugs on
golf course with. I'm doing
thing 1 can to give the folks tile
course in the state, regardless
(go tu (Elutrrli mtfmy
THESE DEALERS WILL
SERVE YOU TO ENABLE
W, Mark Howell
We Will. Please You With Our
Service, and Standard Products
Will Please Both You and Your
W.L Hardin, Jr.
1 I ;ohibo
"Its Wise To Choose A Six"
DILL HOWELL, Manager
Phone-911 Asheville Road
Come in Please Drive Out
Col d I) rinks
At Entrance Southern Assembly
Prompt Courteous Service Ren
dered At Both Places
COURTESY CARDS HONORED
Cold Drinks Tobaccos
See Us For Real Service
HARRY M. HALI. ' I'l. in the
time the paper got off 'lie press 1
have people coming in wanting to see
the hand-made guitar the paper men
tioned last week. I'eople sure read
Not Spread By Post Office
In last weikV issue of The Moun
taineer, the statement was made that
post office officials had put a powder
out on the steps and curbing ;;t the
building here. The officials knew
nothing about the sulphur being
spread out. The work was done by
a person or persons wanting to keep
loafing negroes away from the steps
and walls at the post o flier,
In every instance the sulphur has
kept the step clear of loafers.
(!'. S. To the person putting the
sulphur down, the last batch is about
gone how about putting some more
( , ,
Raul Hardin, Jr., Pastor;
We feel that we have an un.-ua.
musical treat for our member. s and
friends Sunday evening. We are de
lighted to have a.s our guest artist
Mr. A. Froioluiiu, violinist and di
rector of the orchestra of the hi. an
ger theater of Chicago. You art cor
dially invited to hear him.
The church school assembles at
a. m. Mr. Hugh Sloan, super
intendent. t huuh service.-, with ,-i-mii .n.- by
the pastor, at 11 a. m. and. p.
The young people meet at in '-he
Let us Isear in mind the tact that
services will U- conducted in our
church from July :juth through Aug.
11th by the iKev. Oipsy Smith, Jr.
We welcome you to all services at
'he Methodist church.
; ait ( huuii in the Mountains"
Kev. Albeit New, Rector,
-jix.tv, July Tth .VMo.
10 A. M. Confirmation Instruction
la-s for tlm.-e to ' be confirmed by
'i.-hoi. Gri -bin ilex: month, Augu.-t.
11 A. M. Choral Celebration of the
Eucharist and sermon by the Rectoi.
Everybody cordially invited to all
JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
The Dell wood Epworth League will
give a box supper at the school there
Saturday night. The proceeds to go
for the Brevard College scholarship
of the organization.
The comic pages of the Baltimore
Sunday American now appear in full
sized pages. They're so much easier
to read and the colors are brighter.
Ask your favorite newsboy or news
-dealer for vour copy of the BALTI
MORE SUNDAY AMERICAN every
be at home this week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Davis.
Mrs. Rodney Shields returned to
her home last week after a visit with
her paremts, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,
of Marysville, Tenn.
Mrs. Claude Singleton and small
son, of Ro'bbinsville, are visiting this
week with friends.
Mrs. Eailous Ilamm and baby ar
rived last week for a two weeks' stay
at. -I lie home of Mr. and Mrs. John
( RABTREE MEHODIST
Revival rei vices will get underway
Sunday at the Crabtree Mi tholi.-t
church, with Rev. Rem'.ert D. McNeer,
jiiofessor of religious education at
Brevard College, pi caching.
Rev. W. M. Ro.jbins, pastor, urges
th-.t tiK public attind these services.
When you're feeling .-.h t of weary
And vacation time rolls 'round,
You don't know just the place to go,
Nor what there may be found
E'en though you may live east oi west,
South or north we'll say,
Visit in this little town
I'll wager that you'll say
Life is full to over-flowing;
Loving hearts and friendly hands,
Ever make each day grow blighter,
And revive your faith in Man.
Lenore Bliss Hayes,
Rev. Howard V. Lane, Pastor.
Fourth Sunday al.er Pei)Uco-t.
Morning Masses at i:30 and 11
o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. Ben
ediction of the Blessed Sacrament
after the last Mass.
Morning Mass and devotions on
Fridaj morning at i :3J.
All are welcome to these services.
You'll like the new full-sized conlic
pages of the Baltimore Sunday Amer
ican. The pictures are larger and are
so much easiei to read. IKmiand the
Baltimore Sunday Aiv'i ijan eack
week. Your favorite newsboy or
newsdealer has your copy.
Black Widow Spider
Found By Mrs. Kelley
Mrs. Sam Kelley found on her front
porch last week, one of the "hour
glass" which identifies the black wid
ow spider. The spider is cajsing con
siderable misery in Oklahoma, there
having been several deaths already
attributed to the bite of the insect.
Mrs. Kelley brought the spider to
The Mountaineer office and to several
places in town. The spider in easily
identified by the blood-red "hour
glas.s" on the under side.
WANTED Small business with liv
ing quarters, in town or on high
way. Write box 5111, Biltmore, N.
HOW ABOUT having your dog vac
cinated ag'ainst ralbies by a li
censed veterinarian, onlv $1. H.
B. Osborne, Clyde. N. ('.. llpd
WANTED: Man to start in business
selling widely-known products
to satisfied consumers. Com
plete line. Largest companv: es
tablished 1889. BIG EARNINGS.
No capital or experience needed.
Write for free particulars. Raw
leigh's, Box N'CG-245-1, Richmond,
folks know is trustworthy
The confidence thotuandi of parents hr
In good, old reliable, powdered Tnedford's
Black-Draught has prompted them to get
the new Syrup of Black-Draught for their
children. The grown folks stick to the
powdered Black-Draught: the youngsters
prclKil.ly prefer It when they oiagrow
thflT childish love of sweets. . . Mrs. c. W.
Adivm.-.. of Murray, Ky., writes: "I have
us'd Thedford's Black-Draught (powder)
about thirteen years, taking It for bilious
ne:s. Black-Draught acts well and 1 am
alums pleased with the results. I wanted
m (.nod, reliable laxative for my children.
I Irjve found Syrup of Black-Draught to
b; Just that."
Ba'sam Street, S. 8 30' Y. 240 feet,
more or Ls , to a stake, Northwest
comer of io; No. 3-d in Block XVI,
and run- ther.ee with the line of said
ui S. !'- ftet to a stake:
iher'.e N.'f- o0' E. about 200 feet to
a "'stake at the South margin of Geor
gia Avenue; thence with said mar
gin of -aid Avenue 104 feet, more
or less to the BEG.NNING, being a
par- of Block XVI of Grimball Park,
as per survey and plat of J. N. Shool
bred, Dec, lt22, and recorded in Map
Book "B," Index "G," office of the
Rpp-ister of Deeds of Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina.
' SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at
a -take in the Cole line at the North
margin of the paved treet, being op
posite and near the Southeast cor
ner of lot No. of the AV. H. Cole
sub-divi.-ion, and runs thence with
the West line (jf said lot and with
the West line of lot No. 3ti, N.
4.V W. about 170 feet to a stake, cor
ner between lots Nos. .'i'l and 37;
thence with the line between said
lots N. 73" 15' E. ") feet to a stake;
thence S. 10 4." E. aaout 180 feet
to a stake at the e :ge of the pave
ment; thence with the margin of the
pavement in a Westerly direction 100
feet to the BEGINNING.
Being lots No.-. 34.35 and the West
NOTICE OK TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, July 2i, 1935, at eleven
o'clock A. M., at the Court House
door in Waynesville, Haywood Coun
ty, N'orth Carolina, I will offer for
sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder for cash, the .following-': de
scribed property m the town of Ha
.elwood, more particularly bounded
URST TRACT: BEGINNING at
a stake at the intersection of the
South margin of Georgia Ave
nue with the Eastern mar
gin of Balsam Street; and runs
thence with said mairgrri of said
Alert Property Owners Are
Taking Advantage Of Our
Feature Service Analysis
Of Their Insurance Needs.
Why Not You? No Obligation.
Hi:.L IvSTATi: KKXTALS
frn portion d
the lands of V 'i:
vey and plat :;.;
Staver, and .,
"A," page i -of
Deeds of H..-, .-.
er with a mi,,.'.
lot and the p.,
. Sale made- mj-.
sale in a deed'
B. K. Miller an.;"
to A. T. War,,
$523.00 to Bur'
April 27, Ktiu, a
32, page 121. H,.
Trust of Hayw. ., ,
This the 2tt- da
Xo. 3H3 Ju!v -
ednevda , July ;
"Times Square Ladv
u ith IJnViot-t 'I'.,, I i ... J
Thursday, ,Juv )
Friday, July i
"Devil Is A Woman'
Saturday, July fi
Monday and Tuesday, July jJ
Wednesday. July. 10
"Four Hours To Kf
Shows at 7:1") and 9:13
Admission 10c and 25c
Whether for Men, Women, Children
WILL COST YOU LESS AT
C. E. RAY'S SONS
THE SIGN OF
Emblems of quality and
symbols of service., the
Esso signs which dot
the highways and thor.
oughfares from Maine
to Louisiana ; ; identify
the 30,000 dealers and
stations known as ESSO
serve as authorized
representatives of the
world's leading petro
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assures the height of "HAPPV
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Dependable ESSO STATION SIR
VICE . i always at hand to provide
every courtesy and attention jou
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Available, also . . ATLAS TIRES, CATV
TERIES AND ACCESSORIES fullv guaran
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very Monday night 7 to 7:30 EaiUrn J'ondB.rd Tim
l?RonAl1!)lf! yosel of tke Esso Touring Service Bureaus . .
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me individual I' . ' ? W'th0Ut Chargt exPerts P"viJ' travel information, plan trips and
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O I L
(Near Assembly Auditorium)
Claude Medford, manager
"Our Service Always Satisfies"
SOCO GAP ROAD
I extend a welcome to all my
friends to stop for complete
C O M P A N
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H. B. Milner. nron.
HAZELWOOD PHONE 9164
All Modern Tourist Cabins v
Manufacture Native Wood. Nov
elties and Furniture.
N E W
Depot and Branner Ave.
C. C. Walker, owner-manager
T031 i-f- .
Phone 91 S',":