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KDAY. AUGUST 4,
THE WAYNESVILLE MQl'XTAIXEER
Mrs. Roosevelt Sees Grandson
Mills, medical case, is fair.
Miss Maggie McC'iatken, medical
case, is improving.
wlJTV9 as he sees the ! BK
" 1 "ri
19 AS HF SFFS THF
HUMAN SIDE O'LIFE
.l;oU;1)l KS WANTED
" i ::..ivka-shuns the boardur
'"'v n 'i bin so hot this seezun.
k vuz thinkin' liv movin' into
'.:,1m.t an' garage, then hang
1 .BuAKprRS WANTED" sine
J - iike sum do, ye no, but
V think I'll go to the trub
futhtT make a few dollars
. v 'cmnt's. shore.t'-goodness
f "" . . . m..
Xii , 1 don t meen i. a;i
that the peeple what do this
.tl,','!lt.s, lazy er ennything uv
but the bizness, raekitt, er
ii t,.... net crnr r hp
LjaKhu-caii-n " . v
kommo.i, 1 cnanguu my ...
uhv irum Balsam gap t the Bloo
, w thar "ins' be lu.uuu - iuurua,
l:f n.-uj" A- "ROOMERS." sines
BOAM'A - - , . ......
thiv'tf a.-- kommon as nutn-mntis.
,,, I had a dreem back
Ln i'wuz thinkin' 'bout hangin' out
vqne, that I ilitini HKe:
i u.) u,;-ilv mooved Mrs. Abe an'
... lk,t,i,,-n out t the cow-bam &
bratre an' had hung out my sine when
Lie an' bi'holi:! a Dig rionuy
..var pulU'd up
k thi Wonderful Balsam Breezes,
.... .. TL-.4 ...... ...V.nt
.,. fflt'V axt. (.mat. wui. Hum
f:de nanil my place, see.)
fttt-o," I replule, as tney litea to
,k an'un'. "Now, if I kin jist land
"em." I thawt.
"What's yer rates?" thev
Now I wern't hardlv reddv t' give
'em this infernm-shun rite off the
reel; so I axt the man if he'de give
me a minet t' de-side. Fackt is the
man had so menny different sizes in
hiz fam'ly I didn't no what price t"
make, seein' as how I hadn't had
enny eck-perence in the Boarduis
Wanted bizness. "Good gracius," I sez
t' myself, "hit won't do t' looze 'em
. . , I want t' make my price rite."
Then I sez out loud t' the man, sez
"One buck a-peece fer you an' yer
wife an' groan gal, hi price fer the
other 2 childern, an' 2 bits for that
little boy i. e. if the little boy don't
eat so overly mutch. Ennv more in
"Two babies in the k-yar," he sed
"in arms with the nuss."
"Oh, I see," sez I . . . "jist nussin'
babies. Well, I b'lieve I'll jist make
it a rool rite here an' now, that all
babies comin' to Wonderful Balsam
Breezes w'h arms will be throde in"
"Throde in," sez the man" what
"Why, I jist throw 'em in the bar
gin, man . . . free et sertry, as the
Well, I ordured in what I thawt
We again run up against "Lowered
Resistance when discuss
It can not be emphasized
the best chance of keep
ing free of colds and
influenza. If run-dowi,
and susceptible to fre
quent colds, see your
.'physician. There may be
some drain on your sys-
tern that can 'oe quickly and easily
When colds arc prevalent, build your
Klf up by resting at least eight hours
every night i -eat regularly and keep
the s.vsti'm open; drink plenty ot
uufcr-and keep away from crowds and people who have colds.
Should you contract a severe cold, stay In bed. and should
auu have a tempera'ure, consult your doctor
; :)0 ofrt Sei ics 'Tilling the Public About the Duct.
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Dr. A. C. D.r:s. of ("lvde. otnra-
.1. (.'. I'ai-ker. of Cantcn, oju t.itive ilt;t i -v, , ; ,, ttit
i;tsi', is s ine betttf. - - .
" ; The e iinii:;. ri of Miss Kathcrine
M: s. Dallas Webb, of Canton, oper- i Hipps. of I.. :e. s! r. is K"d.
;:tive ease, is improving.
1 uke Swaiifr", if Civile, medical
The condition of Waller F. Hull, of
Clycie, opii.ilive caie, is go. id.
ease, is improving.
I'.aby K.lgar Lee McDonald, of Ha
ielwood, medical case, is improving
Franklin D. RooseTelt, It and Mrs. Roosevelt
For the first time Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president,
see her new grandson, the child of Franklin D., Jr., and the former
Ethel duFont, at a Philadelphia hospital. Mrs. Roosevelt is shown
with son Franklin outside the hospital.
wood be a-nuff grub t' make 'em all
2 square meels er 2 'rounded up met is,
"coril i n' t ' bow they et; but hit didn't
make 'em eab'iu one feed. Why, 1
never seed sitcli entin' in all my bornd
days! An' them thar yung-uns :ea!
jist as mutch as. the older l'okes; eab'in
the 2 little tins with arms i in
arms I meen, 'eat a-bout ditto.
Well, Mr. Kditur, whin I saw J'de
made a looi'.in' dcel, 1 komineiict to
I e-niotist rate
"1. didn't' bargin t' feed ye fokes
by the 'our, only by the nuel," sen I.
"Meel's not ended yit," tliey lafft,
eat in' away.
"Besides, ye sed them thar 2
leas' kids wuz in arms, an'
they're both nei'ily as big as this 2
"They're in amis, ain't they?"
sed the woman, pint in' at one in her
lap an' t'other in 'her mall's lap.
"Well, l'de like t' no if that's the
way all Floridy i'oke's, Cat '.' " 1 grow lt d.
"No, vit tels taste , bet iei- In i f ; -at
Wonderful 'Balsam B.tZis,'' she
'sine, like we'do planned on."
! jabbo "i.oohiv ;ioi)"
1 "Well, well! is that .labbo with ye.
Utile?" some one axt Belle last Sun
day mornin', as her "of man" walketl
along by her side t' church, meek as
a Iamb -
"Shu is," replide Belle,, "ain't he
lookin' good ?"
"Yes, he's a ililVereiit lookin' man.
Belle . . . ain't-cbu pituid tvf 'im?"
"Yes, ii in, 1 is; raze .labbo, he's thill
got 'ligun now an' jine de ehilrch."
On a seitin store windier here
t'other dav: "MAT VM MKLON S 2.V."
Sitcli is the HEW MAN SIDE OT.1FE!
DISl If AKliKD
Among those discharged during !i:'
week from the Haywood County Hos-
,, , ,, , ., , f pital are: . Y. Hinps, Kobert War-
Mrs. Marshall Beat herwootl, ol i' ,, ,,,,. ', , ,
, . . 1 ren, Mrs. .1. K. Ewart, Mis. I.indslev
I Ivtle, operative case, is resting more , ...
; 1 hompson. Willie Parks, Miss Nina
comlortatilv. ' , ' ...
jdarrctt, Mrs. Kussell Warren. Mrs.
Master Donald Keno, of Clyde, op
erative ease, is some better.
'Clarence Mebaffey, Sam McElroy,
I Mrs. J. W. Treailwav, Mrs. Alvisi
I Miller. Mrs. ,1. C.Boyd, A. W. Wearn,
,. ... , , .. ,, ,.,, , Mrs. C. K. JMroup. Miss Nellie Keece,
Herman Kmslaiiil, ot I lyde, Koute f-n- i u m-
... . ,. Master William I.etlbetter, Mis-i
, medical case, is improving. .
remnue 1 avne, Mrs. victoria Mills,
Miss Emily H. Barrett, of Canton,
medical ease, is resting more com
fortably. Mrs. S. E. I.edbetter, of -Orangeburg,
S. I"., operative case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. K. L. Mat
thews, of Canton, operative case, is
Miss Clara Dyer, of Waynesville,
Koute 1, operative case, is better.
I,. A. Stamey, medical case, is rest
ing only fairly well.
Mrs. Kay lUirgin, operative case, is
The condition- of Miss Martha
Mrs. (loorge I'innion, Bill Sam Rice.
Mrs. Ella Caddy, M s. H. P. Press
ley. Mrs. W. M. (iibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Miller, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of u
daughter on July the 27th.
Mr, anil Mrs. Elmer Price, of Cove
Creek, announce the birth of a sou
on July the :11st.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ledfoid, of
Clyde, Route 1, announce the birth of
a daughter on August the 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McElroath. of
Clyde, Route 1, announce the birth of
a daughter on August the 1st.
Prosperity is not so much n matter
of dollars as it is a matter of dollar
For A Delightful Place To Dine
T It Y
The Waynesville Golf
and Country Club
(JOKDON OTTO, Of Miami, Manager.
I' ll II IA C WKLCOM i:
Welt, they UU7. eat in' live oil',
an' home 1 thawt . . one. 'our
;! 'ours an' I condu't s.
An' so hit t nded in a t in i il
mare- whel) I woke up; lvdlei
"Call the law! Call Norn. an
ma-by he ran' stop 'i m."
"What's matter-!" t i id'.- M :
"Oh. them llite-ni.'ll'es i'l lite
sez I. layin'. b;tek d .vn "
not hii.ng out t hat . Board'iis
, '... J'LmiM r - J llJuLm i1tmmlm,lmmm m i..ni m
Great Closing-Out Sale
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Waynesville Art Gallery
Merchandise From All Parts Of The World, For
The Home Beautiful
10:20 A.M. - 7:30 P.M.
LOCATED IN CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
Everything in Men's Wear
Nothing Reserved All Must Be Sold
chiefs. Shirtcraft Shirts.
Royal Pride Shirts
Frank Lee Hats.
John W. Creen Hats.
Bull Band Rubber
Ball Band Overshoes.
Old Hickory Overalls.
Manhattan Shirts . . , . $1 .65
Manhattan Pajamas $1.65
Shirtcraft Shirts $1.29
Royal Shirts ...83c
Frank Lee $5 Hats .. .$3.95
Ball Band Rubber Boots 2.65
AU$1 Ties 79c
Florsheim Shoes 6.95 & 7.50
Weyenberg $6 Shoes .$4.95
jVlen'sWhiteShoes 1.95 -2.45
John W. Green Hats
$2.25 to $3.50
Hood Rubber Boots . . $2.25
All 50c Ties 42c
Most Merchandise Marked in PLAIN FIGURES
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CLYDE H. RAY, SR.
Waynesville, N. C.