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Special Monday and Tuesday, at
Bonita Theatre. Murphy, N. C., **The
Sea Hawk," A Frank Lloyd production
of Rafael Sabatini's romantic
se~ drama, with Milton Sills and an
all star caat. Show starts at 7 P.
M. Admission 25 and 60 eents.
"The Sea Hawk" lives as epic of the
Lou Belle. the littie daughter of
SI eriff and Mrs. B. B. Morrow is
Very sick this week.
CABBAGE PLANTS?Will have
some first of rert wc-ek. Get
yours. Sid Penaley, City. (lt-s).
Attorney J. P. Randolph, of Brvson
City, was here on Business this week.
WANTED?Fat beef cattle and
iresh pork >ee t nsp & i*ui:cy.
Murphy, N. C., Next to K. M. Fain'*
Mills. < lt-Ctt>G)
IIr. Sibhald Smith, of Whittier, N.
C., district forest warden and agent
in charge of the U. S. Indian lands
f the Eastern Bond of Cherokees.
was here several days this week in
the iaterest of a number of person*
Maiming the right to enroll in the
Mr. G. W McClure. of Unska, left
tfcis week for Gastor.ia, wheee he expects
to make his heme.
Attorney G. L. Jones, of Asheville,
P. M. Burdette, and W. C. Hendricts.
formerly publisher and managing
editor of the Asheville Times, respectively,
were in attendance upoa
superior court here last week.
FOR SALE?One lot adjoining Mrs.
T. J. Lloyd's across Hiawassee River.
?ec Mr-. G. D. Leitford, City. <l*-pd)
Mrs. G. M. Evans, of Ranger, spent
the week-end in the city, the guest
of her cousins, Mrs. Etna Pondexter.
W. B. Dickey and Mrs. W. A. Evans.
FOR SALE?Rhode Island Red eggs
at $1.00 per -etting. Mrs. J. H.
Hampton, Murphy, N. C. (2t-h)
Mrs. J. W. Ferguson Sr., of Waynesville,
is the guest of her son. Mr.
J. W. Ferguson Jr., at the Dickey
Hotel. Mrs. Ferguson will be pleasantly
remembered as the former Miss
Messrs. J. V. it tain and Henry
Akin aro in AsheviHe where they bare
organized a realty fian.
Mrs. Paul Sneed and littla daujrh.or.
K*ith, will taka their departure tha
last of the week for a yisit to 111?.
Sneed's old homestead at Mowersville,
Ga., which was named for her
family. ^ j V, .
Misses Margaret and Mary Witherspoon,
Misses Mildred and Martha
Akin, spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. McCombs at Peach*
J ; Weak In Back g j
; | and Sides f i
"Before the birth of my ^
little girl," says Mrs. Lena W j
I I Stand1, of R. P. D. 2. Mat- m
I . thews, Mo.. "1 was so weak .
' la my back and sides I could i
I I not go about. X was too ^3 ,
, | weak to stand up or do any fa
work. I felt like my back Hf
1 I was coming In two. I lost (?3
i , weight I didn't eat anything
mncb and was so rest- jft
I l leas 1 couldn't sleep nights, t?
j , "Mjr mother used to tske ^
; For Fen* TnwWos |
Ml Mat to get it I to- 1
' pmtd after my first bottla. V
1 | CarOd to certainty a treat A
. kelp for aervousnem and X
' weak back. I took alx hot- W
f ties of CanJnl and by then 1 A
. . waa wall and etrag. Jo* X
1 dSd Am from Ibn on. Oartfal J
1 ! helped me ee modi.'* A
( , Thonebifh of weak, ral- X
1 fertnf women bare token W
I I Card at kmrwtac tkat It bad A
j , helped thefr mdthere or their X
1 frieade, asd eoou gained
I ) vtrcngth aDd got rid of their A
* 1 0*rd?l should do yon a lot Jr
> wi ftoi A
) Personal |
.'?lr Leon Hov.-ell, who did relief
work at the local office f the L.
& X. Railroad, is in town for a sko.t
The Ladies Missiona-y Society of
the Methodist Church will hold a
silver tea in the social rooms of the
church Monday evening in stead of (
in the afternoon, as stated in laat
Rehearsals will begin : ext week on
the famous play. "Leg o' My Heart,"
It will be given sometime in March
by local amateur players. It wiil be
remembered that this t lav was on the
professional stage, and it was only
recently that the play has been let to
amateur players. The proceeds will
go to- the benefit af the school.
VIr?. J. H. McCall entertained the
ladies Missionary Society of the .
Methodist Church at her home Wed !
Mrs. J. B. Storey ar.d Mrs. Ed
Hyatt are on the sick list.
Mr. Schuyler Gentry of Grandview.
attended Superior Court and wie with
his brother. Mr. I.uther Gentry, in |
Mr. Bose Fain arrived lsst week |
from Ada, Okla., for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phstip will
spend the week-end in Atlanta.
Last Friday evening Mis.- Elizabeth
\beroathy entertained an informal
dancing party at the home of Mrs.
Fred Johnson in Ea.-t Murphy.
Mr. John Fatton, who is teaching
in the high school at Robbirtsville.
spent the week-end in town.
Friday evening Miss Eva Nell
Mauney was hostess to a small informal
party. Bridge and dancing were
enjoyed by Misses Ann Wilson Nannie
Dixon and Messrs. Ed. 5tud3tiii, John
Brit tain. and Berry of Etowah.
Mr. Will Stiles, of Lctitia, was in
I Miss Elizabeth Ford left Saturday
! for Asheville where she will reside.
It is with deep regret that Murphy
gives her up, as she has a charm
all her own, which wins and holds
friends. , , ,
CABBAGE PLANTS?Will have
some first of next week. Get
yours. Si J Pendley, City. (lt-s).
Messrs. C. A. and Robert Brown,
| of Andrews, are at the bedside of
| Mrs. C. A. Biown at the MJUrphy
, "Scaramouche," a picture play adapt,
d from the history of the French
devolution, will he shown at the
Bonita Theatre on the afternoon and
evening of February 12th. The
censors declare this to he a picture
classic. Mrs. L. P Kinsey's Sunday
School Class was instrumental in
having this picture shown hero, anc
; it deserves a good patronage as the
proceeds will be Used for a g?A
Tuesday evening Mr<. E. B
I Norvell entertained at a si* o'clockdinner.
Mrs. Norvell was assisted in
i entertaining by Mrs Don Wither
spoon. The guests included Judge
Walter D. Siler, of Pittsboro, Judge
! W. M. Axley, Hon. F. O. Christo'
pher. Col. Don Witherspoon of Muri
phy and Col, R. L. Phillips, of
the Skin Gear
to the Bone
Liniment Called Mexican
Mustang has Strange Power
A lame back, a ttmlaod raaacie or Mklag
jotnta will atop pair.lag and beooaw
imber and enteral If you win apply
BKto efthat okl-faatrtoeed Unlaw u? Icnowm
? Mexican Must*a* Rroeet** tsd
otter authorities ??r*e tJiat ha grewi
power to relic re paia la dtaa to Ite maxltal
i.nvirattu* art lew?h gam iMftmafc Cta
lutec lay-re of Che tfcfa buntW
or a trace of btou-r. rlelit to the tore not
It hi not lib* the amortiwf. etree*
'jurcioe mixture* ??ielj lheri aa But
street mc ..ttjsxukm a tpiJaahB aomody U
have In the fterro at all An droit
;ut% io*d wooifAiaer* eotl MWttfil LioJ
THE CHEROKEE SCOUT.
The yo'ii ir ladies and matron* ;
M s. I- P. Kinsey's Bible class enjoyed
a c:al as her guests at the Hot- :
^al on Saturday afternoon
Raymond Harris and Miss Martha K
Smith rendered delightful music w.' J
piano ard violin, fruit punch
cake were served by Mr?. Calli-"- H
and Mrs. E. B. Norvell. The member
of the ciass are: Me-darr.es 1
Axley, Henry Akin, John V. Brittain
j Z. V. Brown, Thelma Carringcr. A
I S. Ciark, Fred Dickey, Robert:;
'Dickey. Gertrude Dickey. Jam
'Franklin, R W. Grav, Ca'lie Ilu
| J. H. Hampton, C. K. Hoover. Virgil
Johnson, T. J. M-u-.ey, Richard
I Meroney. Laura Christopher. J. II
I'haup, Paul Sneed, Dave Townson
R. L. Shriver; Mioses Ada Harsiia'v.
Carcie Ferguson, Luceba Triplet:
Martha Smith, Elizabeth Smith
Blanche Howard. Carrie Brittain. Kv:
Nell Mauney, Nannie Dickso . M:t>
Nell Hill, Kathryn Thompson. Eliza
beth Gentry. Emily Sword* i-'l r.J
Stephens, Martha Candler, Elktabetl,
BVittain and Katherine Penlar.d.
v?u v oiuny me insurance v onipan;
of Chicago. Illinois, offers agents a
hitler field and increased opportunity
by writing man, woman and child
from ditto of birth to ape 60 t.n the
annual, semi-annual or quarterly(
premium plan, for amounts going up
to $5,000 as regards children, whi ?*
for adult* the limit is $30,000. Tl..
Company will give a very LLc, al coii:mission
contract (direct with Home
Office) to a good personal produ- e.
I hereby announce that I will not
be a candidate for re-uomination for
Judge of tbe Superior Court of the
Twentieth Judicial District.
I da si re to express my great appreciation
of the honor that the
people of this District have conferred
upon me in the past.
T. D. BRYSON
With the coming of spiing. the
I Sunday Schools of our county will
I naturally lock to the township officers
of the County Ssr.duy School
| Association to plan a Conference to
! discus# plans of Sunday School work,
j These officers in five of our town
| snips acquitted themselves so well
; in the Conventions last wuli that we
(look forward confidently expecting
great meetings in each township this
I spring. Only live townships meetj
ings were held.
I Clay County last spring in one of
| her township institutes gave a de;
moastration of what can be done
through cooperation. They held Sunday
school (All schools cooperating)
in the public school building. Instead
of scattering to their various churches
at 11 A. M., a church service was
held in the school building. Dr
Sharp of Young Harris being select|
ed to deliver the sermon.
The Township Presidents of Cherokee
are: J. B. Hall, Marble; R. L.
Keenum, Suit; J. H. Chastain, Culberson;
Jack Shackleford, I'naka; J.
j W. Hatchett, Bell View; B. W. Sip?.
| For further information concernling
the Association write Miss Ruth
Hatchett, Secretary, Murphy, N. C
la often caused by an inflamed condition
of the mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imperfect
heaving. Unless the Inflammation can
be reduced, your hearing amy be destroyed
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
do what we claim for U?rid year system
of Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
has been soeeessful in the treatment of
Catarrh for over Forty Tear*.
Sold by an druggists.
F. J. Cheney A C\> . Toledo. O.
E. P. HAWKINS, of Murphy, N.
C., will pay $15.00 per cord for
Dogwood delivered to mill at Mar.
phy, eut to the following: specifications:
AI wood must be full 4
nchcn in diameter at small end.
.;ust be white and sound. Larger
rood, which may be bollow or red
carted, must have 2 inches of white
^und wood around said hollow 01
defective heart. Lengths from IB
to 96 inches. Positively cannot use
wood under 4 inches in diameter under
hark. Grape viae or wood tht i
has heem injured hy hird pecks not
wanted. E. P. Hawkins, Murphy.
N. C. (22-?t-pd)
For la fasts and Children
In Um For Over 30 Years
Alwaye bnnrv ^
MURPHY. N. C.
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?t?A full suit of armor
H-UaKn a no!?* Ilka raindrop#
i? Pr rlod cf tlm* 'abbr ?
ja?A noil-or parlod of lima
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St?Part of "ta ka"
44- Bora 9? a flrrarrn
47 a modal of p*rf?c?lot?
5t- Blackbird of tba cui-Uo# family
? praft* meaning on thla 8lda of
(2 ? PitBtiox n;M?ur?
t4 ? Indefinite artl. 1*
IS?Exclamation of h?a1tatloa
it?1 .and maaauro
67 ?Source of light
??- Half an ??
4 3 ? Sii.-n? a? 14 horltontal
12 ?fo for. a opan
IS -ro?i*<1. with flna dirt
4?A aonglltaa poem
SalalUa will apt
What the advocates of modification,
of the Volstead Act want would at
least be a drop in the bucket.
It appears to be a case of the lower,
the pressure of the tlic. the greater
the pressure of the cost.
PLACED ON SALE ]
New Spring Dresses, i
100 Ladies' Houi
Dresses, Beautifal 1
terns, Exart Soeei
Beautiful set of mens
cuff buttons given free
$ 1.06 and up shirt
Only one sit to custom'
Boys 2.50 & $3.50 wc
' 1 111; f PI
Tf~ a rnpr
IbT 27 '
SM * 55 C
I W 31
p7 ST] '
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fJALUU ... . I
47 40 i9
et "- j:
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1?Projection on a flak
4?Kind of a rlna
6?Toe (Biblical) | t
T ?A h>-mr.al ! ,
I?To act > I
14 -Past time
11?Occupied a hair
20 ? Indefinite artlole
It -Tou and I i
2:?Uhode Island (abbf.)
12?Collection of Inforaatlea
>4?Ntifht bird. reputed to ba wtee
15?Council for a Kovernaeat
45?Note of scale
S3?Mixture of dirt and wate*
SI?Part of a circle
II?New fork sbbr.)
peaT la aest let a*.
The President doesn't have a vote
on a bill but he can take the letters
of the vrord and wield a wicked veto.
The Administration is at least
fearless in appointing Col. B. Frank |
Cheatham as Quartcrmastet-General
, . r ?i._ .
ui me nraif.
Coats and Millinery, Drei
ies Arriving By Every Ti
36 in. Brown she
only 10 yards tc
!8c Dress Gingha
60c 9-4 Pepperel
50 Wool Dresses
50 prs. womens S
up to $8.50
^ 50 Womens & Gil
pat_ 75c values
^ Mens $1.25 Hats
125 Mens Blue D
collar and . All womens
: with every Dresses to c
er FEEE 50 airs Men
>ol sweaters black and t
!9c $8.50, clos
MURPHY, N. C.
HP AY FEBRUARY 12, I3H. H
Deaths from automobile accid?^ H
n North Carolina in 1920 numbered H
33. In 1924 the number was 328. I
This represents an increase from 5.2 H
er 100,000 population to 12.0. H
ate of increase ia greater than f?r H
hat of the death registration are* I
.f the United States, vurapriei^ I
hirty-nine states, since the inrea* R
n the latter is from 10.4 per 100r R
>00 population to 15.7. R
According to press reports, com- I
tletion of roads not under constiuc. I
ion or contracta will bring the total R
nileage in North Carolina to 5.246.58 V
ailes. The cost will be $96,860,464. R
tojecu which will be let to contr*.
ors and which will probably be con.
Meted this year will however pud
he toUl sura expended in Nortk
?arolina for state owned roads to
nore than one hundred million dot
ars. A small percentage of this
noney represents federal aid
Leave your footprints on the sao*
>f time, but be careful whers yet
eave your finger-prints.
Wives read the fashion notes sad
heir husbands pay them.
If you want a farm, town prop,
arty, or Building Iota
WE HAVE THEM
Call ?a or writ* u*
W. A. BRYSON
BARGAINS BEING H
u Goods, Silks, and H
eting Best LL grade H
> customer, yd .... 11c H
ms 32 in. wide good I
1 sheeting unbleached I
values up to $10.00 I
hoes& Oxfords values I
Is Cloth Hats & Tams I
enim overalls 59c
Winter Coats ar.d
dose out at your own II
s Shoes and Oxfords,
ans, value up to
e out $2.98