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THTJItSDAT. OCTOBER V M
Tllfi CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
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Cnrest George, Well-Known Wrestler
of Waynesville, to Reurs From
Chrest George, well-known wreat-
wrestler of Waynesville, who won the
state championship from George
Chakales on December 19, 1923, has
participate 1 ' in 326 matches in his
(areer. Of these he ha loit fnr
matches and thrco lulminatod in a
In 1917 Chrest Cvrce was the
middle-weight charipion it the State
of New York. In V) '5 he was middle
weight champioin and athletic tnstror
tor in the 12th Division.
In 1919 and 1920. George was the
middle-weight champion of the State
of Connecticut In 1921 he toured the
country and met all comers, mostly
from the Southern States. In 19;W
he put op his places of business ai d
.has had 22 matches since he has ben
here, losing only one to Fritz Har.
In 1923 Chrest George won the
state championship of North Carolina
on the night of December 19th.
George says that he will wrestle
any middle-weight in the United
States of America on any date be
tween now and January 1st, 192'-,
when he will quit the ring.
He states that he will be glad to
wrestle anyone who is the middle
weight champion of any state during
the next few months.
Chrest George is said to be one of
the most scientific middle-weight
wrestlers in this oart of the country,
He is proprietor of the Waynesville
Cafe and has other business interests
Chrest George has made considerable
money this year, it iis said, in the
real estate game. Having speculated
heavily and cleaned up.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Officers of Havwood County Sun
day School Association are of the
opinion that one of the most inter
estinar and heloful. as well as one of
the most largely attended, Suftday
school meetings ever held m tfle coun
ty will be the annual County Sunday
School Convention at the Baptist
church, Canton, on Tuesday and Wed
nesdav. October 13 and 14.
Programs of the convention havs
been mailed to all pastors and Sun
day school superintendent in the
countv. with special Invitations to
attend the convention themselves, and
requesting that they try to get their
Sunday, school teachers and officer
The convention program includes
addresses and conferences on prac
tically all phases of the work of the
modem Sunday school: In arrang
ing the program the small Sunday
school was eiven much attentran.
During the convention there will be
Question and discussion periods, when
those Dresent will have opportunity to
give and get information concernirg
any Sunday school problem.
Representing the North Carolina
Sunday School Association in the
convention will be Miss Daisy Magot,
Chldren's Division Superintendent
She will be assisted by Miss My ra
Batchelder, Spartanburg, S. C, .Gen
eral Superintendent South Carolina
Sunday School Association. .
The Haywood County Sunday
School Association is one of the units
of the North Carolina Sunday School
Association, in which Sunday school
workers of all evangelical denomina
tions participate. At this time 'ninety-eight
of the one hundred counties
in the State are organised into Coun
ty Sunday School Associations, many
of which are completely organised
and doing fine work. '
Notice Is hereby given that the
f-m known as The Lakeside. Urocery,
located on Dellwood Road has been
(issolvod: mjx Hardy uner, jr naa
j-urchased the property and the stock
rf general merchandise and BTOcer-
res from R. 0. Moody.! Mr. Hardy
Liner will operate the buainesa.under
his name, be being the sole owner.
Any ciebtr contracted, for by the
Lakeside Grocery prior to the- above
rale will be taken care of by Mr. fi
ve.. Moony;,r,;,i-:'5.-,"S-f '
ardy Liner, will not be responsiblvJ
for any neots or tne ora nrm.
- (Signed) HARDY, UNER, 3t
Oct, 22ndpd s . ' , r '
Wanteo-8aw mill men in Orlandd,
Florida. PharU "WTalkei1 .Lumber. Co4
Inc., Waldo McCracken, Foreman. 2tp
i Mrs, S. 0. Keller ha partment
and, rooms for vent. e Reasonable
It is only just. vfa-tb&IMfb
should realize what tremendous pride, we
take in our prescripUon.rmeir.
This pride alone will always do a suf
f icient guaranty of the carenif handling
of your prescriptions, fax to Alexan
der s. any compromise of1 he most pain
staking efforts or quality druijs is out of
Perhaps this attitude in a large meas
ure explains the report arid confidence
which Alexander's enjoys in this com
nity. ASK YOUR DOCTOR
Phones 53 and 54 Qpp. fpstoffice
We make new Mattresses out of
old and new Mattresses to order.
Reasonable Rates-Work Guaranteed
Leave orders at McDowell Building
Old Square Deal Furniture Stand.
Phone 154. We will eall at any
FACTORY NOW RUNNING
AT HAZE.W0OD, N. C.
Now is the time to have that
Hi F. MULLIS
Phone 1 54 Waynesville, N. C.
y - b tk4 WrU In Mt Cmr Volt Yf
.o.b. factory ' ,, . ., 1
W l " 1 1 ii ii I us S
The New Special Six
4-wheel brakes, full balloon tires and 5 disc
wheels Included at no extra cost
Qreater quality plus greater value
is the magnet that is drawing
buyers by the thousands to this
new Special Six 4-Door Sedan
BELL MOTOR CO. CANTON, N.C.
If you want a
nice leg, loin, rib,
breast, shank or
shoulder of mut
ton this is the
place to get it
In fact, we carry only meat of the choic
est quality. . Our business has been
Dtiiit" on square dealing and fair priced
We wanf your patronage and if we get
it wilj.do our best to keep it
.V ; ' J.'B. DAVIS, Pr6pi?, , . ' ,
4 Cakes P. y G. Wtite Naptha
2 Cakes Guest Ivory
1 Cake Ivory Soap (medium size)
4 Cakes Star Soap
2 Packages Star Naptha Powder
2 Packages Ctipso medium size
1 Large White Enamel Disk Pan -
for only$1 .20
A White Enamel Dish
Pan Full of
Proctor & Gamble Soaps
$ 11 .20
While They Last
Here is a splendid soap assortment, carefully selected o as to
supply every cleansing need about the house brands famous
for their quality the country over. This assortment of soaps,
with a useful and attractive White Enamel Dish Pan included,
offers unusually big value at a remarkably low price.
See or Telephone Your Grocer Before They're all Gone
On Sale Tomorrow, Oct. 2, and for one week only at these stores:
Mrs. D. B. Felmet, Phone 130-W; T.S. Brown, Phone 108; R. A. Teague,
Phone 301-J; Burgin Bros. Phone 834; Walker & Ferguson, Phone 272; J.
R. Carswell, Phone 72; Morris Grocery, Phone 64; Boyd Avenue Grocery,
Phone 140; Waynesville Grocery, Phones 45 and 46; Miller Bros., Phone
. ' Hazelwood
N. A. Ferguson; J. P. Scates; Enf-land-Waltdn Co.; J. M. Long, Phone
Carl G. fllpps; Brannoa Grocery, Phone 100; W. D. Martin; Jasper Wil
son; C. L. Byrdj T. J. Wilson; Ball-Elder Co., Phone 277; W. F.-Soi-rlls
A Co., Phone 304; W. R. Smatters," Phone 289; H. C. Reno, PhoAe
f78: J. M. Burnett & Co., Phon 22VW.i C. 8. Smathers, Phone 68-J; J."
M. Curtis, Phone 234; U. O. Welket, .Phone 299; Leader Department
Store. Phone 184: Chamnion Emrfjyes Store: T. M. Cogburn, Phone 280; -fJx, V
ness s uoweii. . ; v ? '
FhonW49 a! r r Church St.
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