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Tom and Harry Hastings,
/c?k , spent Thursday in Bryson
Jity mi business.? Bryson City
j j Henson and children
v ^turned to their home in Beta.
hapa,(1 Creek Items, in Waynesville
ur George D. Sherrill, of Ashe
? ?,)? went Saturday night here, with
Jher, M, W. R StarrilL
L. D. Cowan and daughter,
?iss Mildred Cowan, have returned
5 Webster alter having been the
Lsts of Mf- and Mrs* W* R* Sher"
rill, at their home^ here.
Mrs. Charles Fowler, of Asheville,
is visitin" her parents, Rev. and
jks T. F. at the
at Beta. ... '
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Pattillo and
family, of Franklin, attended the
commencement exercises v at Sylva
Collegiate Institute, this week. Their
daughter, Miss Lucile, is a member
of the graduating class.
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Mrs. M. P. Matheney has been
visiting at the home of her nephew,
Mr C.H. Kitchen, at Beta, this week.
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Mis* Gertrude Allison has return
ed to her home here, from Cullowhee,
where she has been attending school,
Miss Vivian Rhea, of Sylva Col
legiate Institute, was the week end
miest of Miss Jessie Allison.
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Mr. Hobert Davis, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Monteith, at their home here.
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Miss Myrtle Henson is spending
her vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Henson, after having
been in school at Cullowhee.
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Mr.Claude Jones, of Barkers Creek
attended Sylva Collegiate Institute
commencement, this week.
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? Misses Elizabeth and Lyda Moody,
Co^a. Dillaid, Bonnie M awl Uvzelle
Henson and Messrs. Cordefl Russell
and Don Davis made up a party of
young people motoring to Hazel
wood, Monday night, to attend the
meeting which is being conducted by
Rev. Shuford Jenkins,
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Master Fred Allison, of Barkers
Creek, spent a few days here, with
County Agent Frank Fleming, of
Bryson City, was here las? Saturday.
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Major and Mrs. C. K. Rhinehart
were Canton visitors Saturday anil
Bunday. Majpr Rhinehart is instruc
tor at Fort Bragg. He has had .a
polo team at Pinehurst for several
days in the annual tournament.? Can
J. W. Walker returned early thia
week from a business trip to Sylva
and Hayesville. ? Andrews News.
FOR SALE:? Potato Plants will
be ready for delivery May 20th. Will
* deliyer at 25 cts. per one hundred.
W. C. ALLISON,
5-ll-3t Sylva, N. G
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I still have a few very early To
mato plants that should be growing
in some body's garden. FOR SALE
?Earliana 20 cts. and Beb's 25 cts.
per dozen. By mail 5 cts a package
extra for postage.
MRS. JAS. H. CATHEY,
Sylva, N. C.
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Mrs. W. E. Grindstaff left Wed
nesday for Toecane, where she goes
to spend two months with her father,
Mr. S. M. C. Greene.
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Mr. and Mre. W. T. Crisp, of Gay,
spent a few days here, this week,
with their daughter, Mrs. J.
Loftis. / ?
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Sen. J. M. Boyett, of Albermarle,
spent several days here, this week,
attending the commencement at
Sylva Collegiate Institute. His son,
Mr. John Boyett was one of the
class of '23.
Mr . Austin Miller, <of Stanly
County, attended the commencement
at Sylva Collegiate Institute. Mr.
Miller attended this institution sev
eral years ago.
Hon. W. T. Lee was here, from
" ftyucdville, on businoss, Monday.
? Mr. F. J. Corbin and Mr. II.
Stewart, of Callasaja, were here, this
week. ? /
Mis. Fred Edwards, of Ashevillc,
has" been spending several days hero,
visiting her brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Jones, and attend
ing Sylva Collegiate Institute com
Mrs. B. W.Thomas, of Hot Springs,
Ark., is spending some time here,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Dills, having come to attend the
commencement exercises of Sylva
Collegiate Institute. Her son, Mr. A.
B. Thomas, is a member of the grad
uating class of that school.
Mrs. L. J. Henson, and children,
of Beta, have been spending several
days here, wrth Mrs. A. J. Dills.
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Miss Lila Dills, of Barker's Creek,
wag here, yesterday.
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Among the people from a (lis"
tance attending- the commencement
exercises at# Sylva Collegiate Insti
tute, this week, were Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Adams, of Murphy, Mrs. J.
H. Long, of Clearwater, Fla., Miss
Murry, of Gastonia, Mr. M. L. Price,
[ Fontana, Mrs. L. L. Allen, of Bun
nell, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burleson,
Mr. D. A. Carter, Mr. M. L. Ilatley,
and Mr. A. A. Lowder, of Albemarle,
Mrs. M. H. Cole, West Palm Beach,
Fla., Mrs. A. L. Campbell, Havana,
? Cuba, Rev. R. L. .Randolph, Brysoa
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-Mr. Wibb Fisher, of Fontana, has
been spending several days this week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs*. J. C.
Fisher, at Dillsboro.
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Mrs. Ida Whittaker has returned
to her home in Gastonia, after spend
ing a few days at Sylva Collegiate
Institute, with her daughter, Mi.ss
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Mrs. A. R. McGuire arrievc 1 v
Sylva last week, after having
the winter in the North. ;
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Sweet Potato Plants for ?/.'?
Spanish Whites^, an^^orto 1. i< '?
27 cts. per 100 delivered, 22 ct . . ^
bed. Queen of South 25cts. pei ,
delivered. 20 cts at bed.. Good j .nt?
and full count guaranteed.
' G. C. COOPER,
5-ll*3t. Whit tier, N. C.
TO WOOL GROWERS
I ' am notiflying you . that I have
been offered 40 cts. per pound for
your wool in the grease that is clear
of bnrrs. I do not think that it is
advisable to Bell for a little while as
I am hoping that we will be able to
realise more for your wool in a short
while. This price is f. o. b. your ship
ping point. I will let you know about
the price if there is any change. -
R. W. GRAY, Co. Agent.
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Misses Amy Jones and Helen
Shelton, of Bryson City, former
students of SylvaCollegiate Institute,
were here Saturday night and Sun
day, to attend the meeting of form
er students of that institution and at
tend the Commencement .Sermon.
Miss Fannie Dills, daughter of |
Mrs. Laura Dills, of Beta, and Mrj'j
Jennings B. Payne, of Canton, were j
married Monday, April 30, in Ashe
ville. The young people will make
their home in Canton, where Mr.
Payne is in business.
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Miss Ethel Deitz and Mr. Charles
Fowler were married in West Ashc
ville, on Thursday, May 10, Rev. J.
B. Grice, pastor of the West Ashe-,
ville Baptist church preformed the
Mrs. Fowler is well known here,
being the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. !
T. F. Deitz, of Beta. Mr. Fowler is
in the employ of the Southern Rail
way and is a resident of Asheville,
where they will make their homa
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GIRL'S CLUB TO
GIVE BOX SUPPER
The girls of the Home DeiAonstra
tion Clubs at Beta and Sylva wiii
give a box supper at eight o'clock
next Thursday and Friday night.-;,
May 17 and 18, respectively, t!.i w.
oeeds to be used in defraying tn \ v
penses of their respresentathcf to
Raleigh, June 4, where they will a*
given a short eonrae in club w <
WHITE-HUBBAlt: > ' . j
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Friends of Miss Nellie "White, who ?
taught in the High School here, a!
few years ago, will be interested inf
the following announcement, taken
from Carter's Weekly, North Wilkes- j
boro: * I
Dr. and Mrs. John Wesley White'
announce the engagement of their '
daughter, Nellie Katherine, to Julius
C. Hubbard The wedding will take
place in June.
MRS. BAIN TO ENTERTAIN
Mrs. E. E. Bain, Jr., will be host
ess to the Wednesday club this week, <
at her home in Irving park, having
as her guest of honor, Miss Ruth
Allison, of Webster, who is visiting
her. ? Greensboro News.
THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
The Church With a Welcome.
W. KOSS YOKLEY, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
J. T. GRIBBIJE, Supt
Preaching 11 A. M.
B. Y. P. U. 6:30 P. M
Preaching 7 :30 P. M. \
"Exalt ye Jtfrorah our God and
worship at His Holy Hill."
HOME DEMONSTRATION WORK
It takes 3,630 tomato plants, set
three by four feet apart, t? plant au
acre.Do you have your supply ready 7
asks the home demonstration workers
of the State College and Department
Mother is the qame for God in the
lips and hearts of children. ? Thack
"the bravest battle that ever was
Shall I tell you where and when?
On the maps of the world u will
find it not;
'? 7.- f- v;ht by the ot rs of
.L >aquin Millej
Well, fellows, its time again
to slip the cap, felt hat or
derby up on the top shelf
in the clothes closet and
forget about it.
GET UNDER A
We have them, plain or
fancy Sailors, and all the .
rest. And they sure are at- - }
tractively priced for the
$2.00 to $4.00 .
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i ./#1 t4 \y jb- ' \ / r >
For T' .8 * ' ? .
"%A f ? C'H
J It up /?>
Ready to -Wear fcv .Men,
Women and ?Er:id!ren ;
/ /^1%-vV \
JLj^l ? $???>*: t .
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The early pioneers of this country did net use rock.: for the cons < < >n o'i
theft cabins. They selected the choice trees ? woods Oat the}' kiu v were
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noted for their Permanence? as. the proper building . : -ferial y\o piotect
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themselves and their families from the elements.
And those cabins haye lasted scores and scores of years.
The same conditions hold good to-day. If you're going to b.nkl ; ! uild
for Permanence ? Build of Wood. But be sure that the Lumber : e is
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properly selected. You'll be assured of that when you buy liere. k\c:y
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board and every timber that leaves our yard is car efully inspect ( 1 so that
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every customer is fftlly satis?ecL ^ndvhe will be- with the prices, toe.
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