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BLACK WALNUTS ,
A FEW SUGGESTIONS HOW TO GATHER.
SHELL, AND CURE BLACK WALNUTS SO
THEY WILL BRING HIGHEST CASH PRICE!
Gather walnuts M?n as they fall, hull them and
spread out to dry. Knocking walnuts from trees
before they are ready, tends to shrivel the
'kernel and the flavor Is lost. Do not let walnuts
lay on (round ar in piles, before hulled, after
(atherin(, as this tends to darken the kernel.
After walnuts have been dried thoroughly they
should be stored in a dry place in a building and
are ready to shell anytime you desire, or to sell,
if desire to sell in the - shell, if you don't want
to crack them.
We are in market fpr dry, hulled Black Wal
nuts, and will pay g.?od prices for them.
SEE US BEFORE SELLING!
RAY GRO. &* FEED CO
Mrs. J. M Morgan is visiting
her daughter, Mrs Oreene and
family, in High Poiht
Rogers Rickman, of State col
lege. Raleigh, who was called
home on account of the sick
ness and death of his father,
returned to Raleigh last Mon
t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens,
of Asheville, spent last week
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs Lonie Carter
and family, of Sylva, spent last
week with relatives
Mrs. Paul Marr, of Bryson
City, spent Saturday with rela
D. L. Clark is here from a
' hospital in Michigan, visiting
Johnny Owens spent the-week
end with relatives at Cullowhee. 1
Mrs. Harold Dillard, of Sylva I
and Bryson City, spent the
week-end with home folks.
Miss Ruth West spent Friday
and Saturday with relatives at
Cullowhee. I j
Mr. and Mrs Thad Bryson '
and famLly, of Marietta, Ga..
visited relatives here recently,.
Miss Alva Bradley, of Bryson .
City, spent the week-end with
relatives and friends.
A miscellaneous shower was j
given last Saturday evening In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Owens. Many friends attended, i
Many useful and attractive gifts :
were received. Refreshments j
The present U S. turkey crop ,
will furnish a record 4 XA pounds
of turkey for every person in
81* p tt cent of North Caro
lina's white babies and 54 per
cent of the Negro babies do not
have a doctor attendant at
? I' 1 1 1 ?" r
North CarOUria has normally
2.300 active doctors, but 1.300
additio ia 1 doctors arc needed to
provide at least one doctor for
each 1.000 people.
Cities above 10,000 In popula
tion in North Carolina with only
bne-fifth of the state's popula
tion have one-half of the .state's
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
We, the undersigned grocery stores and markets, wish to
announce to the public that we will be
Open All Day Next Wednesday
for the convenience of Thanksgiving fc-od shoppers, and will be
Closed Thanksgiving Day
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AFTER NEXT WEEK, WE WILL CQNTINUE TO
Close At Noon On Wednesdays
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We wish all of our patrons a Happy Thanksgiving
DIXIE HOME STORE
A. & P. STORE ?
Here you will find many hard-to-get items for the kiddies and grown-ups. . . .
Things suitable for everyday use as wall as appropriate gifts for Christmas
presents. Polite clerks, the store over, ready and glad to show you or talk with
you about your needs.
COME EARLY and MAKE SELECTIONS while our stock is most complete.
FALL AND WINTER
COATS SUITS DRESSES
MARKED DOWN - WAY DOWN
This means all of our stock
250 Coats ? . . 200 Suits . 500 Dresses
HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES OF THE
GREAT VALUES YOU WILL FIND!
Every $39.50 Coat or Suit
Now only $29.50
All Wool Fall Dresses
Were $17.95 to $19 54
Ladies' Brand New Fall Coats
OPA Priced at $15.4*
New stock, bought direct from the man
ufacturers. Our fine fall weather has
resulted in our not selling as many as
we thought we would. So here's your
chance to save. We are going to let
them go at prices that will enable you
to buy an extra Coat, Suit or Dre9s.
Yes sir, things are really stirring in our
Ready to Wear Dept. Come in and see
Fine Mack or brown leather cloves for men.
Warm linings. Sixes S to 11.
$2.48 to $3.95
Four class trays and matching bolder with
covered center compartment. Each set boxed.
ARMY BLANKETS . . .
All wool. Years of warmth and
wear. Khaki color. We have plenty
now ? later on they will be hard to
? 32-oz. Clear Glass Pitcher and six Glasses ?
BCY NOW AND BE READY FOR
? Only ?
Ash T ray Set
NEST OF THREE TRAYS
A perfect Christmas gift in crystal clear (lass
sr Only ?
We ask again that you come in and see for yourself!'
May we luggeit that you eelect
your (tft House Shoes early? We
hare a wonderful selection now
lor all mem ben of th? family.
From $1.00 to $2.05
Man's and Boy?'
IN TIME FOR COLD WEATHER
(Belle's Basement Store)
? LAST FEW DAYS ? i
Dor thy Perkins' Weather
Lotion Vt Price Sale
Don't mis* out on this rreat
event t We don't have many
more bottles in our allotment
to sell. Regular price U.K.
November Sale Price
The best for all general uae.
Hard to Break.
BUY NOW AT ONLY
A WONDERFUL GIFT
FOR ANT WOMAN
The American Womam' Cook Book
More than 2,250,000 now in use
Thumb Indexed for quick reference. Fine
book paper. 960 paces. 5,000 recipes. Hun
dreds of instructive illustrations. 32 photo
graphs in full color. No finer Cook Book in
print today. Buy her one for Christmas!
BELK'S DEPT. STORE
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