THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER.
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Prices Are Low . Waynesville, N. Ct
. TO WASHINGTON, D. C.
SEPTEMBER 3RD, 1926
' Tickets Goods 'for ;
THREE DAYS AND NIGHTS IN WASHINGTON
Scheduled y Fares
Lv. Andrews 6:40 A. M. . $14.50
Lv. Bryson 8:50 A.M. 14.50
Lv. Sylva 9:40 A. M. 14.50
Lv. Waynesville 10:45 A. M. 14.50
Lv. Canton 11:20 A. M. 14.00
Special Train Leaves ASiieville, at 2:20 P. M.
Tickets good returning on all trains (except No. 37) so
as to reach original starting point prior to midnight of
Sept. 7, 1926.
See Washington (Senators) vs. Boston (Red Sox) Sept.
" 5 and 6 (two games 6th)
Last Chance To Visit National Capitol At
Special Reduced Rates
For Detailed Information Apply to
J. H. WOOD, D. P. A. C. M. HILL, C. P. A.
Asheville, N. C. Lake Junaluska, N. C.
Good Health .Depends Upon Good
RETENTION or bodily waste in
the blood is called a "toxic con
dition," This often give rise to a
dull, languid feeling and, sometimes,
toxic backaches and headaches. That
the kidneys are not functioning prop
crly is often shown by burning or
scanty passage of secretions. Thou
sands have learned to assist their
kidneys by drinking plenty of pure
water and the occasional use of. a
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RESOLUTION "AND . NOTICE OF
Be it ordained and
Mayor and Board c
the town of Waynesville: .
Section 1. That thTown of Way
nesville, pursuant to an Act of the
General Assemblyof North ' Carolina,
ratified Decembaf 14, 1921, entitled,
"An Act relating to Local Improve
ments' in the JTown of Waynesville,"
and other l&vA authorizing the same,
shall grade, ave, construct curbs and
gutters, . dcains, sidewalks, and oth
erwise improve, and particularly
construct and lay sewer linee in and
upon thje following' streets, and por
tions oi streets in the Town of Way
nesville: - ' h
Unnlmed Street running frcm Pig-
eno toEast Street.
There is no use of standing over a hot stove cooking
when you can buy from us at a low cost so many delicious
package goods already prepared by expert bakers and
makers of good things to eat.
Come in and see and PRICE our package goods. You
will then-BUY them.
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A New Special Six Series
with 7"bearing Crankshaft Motor
Type of Motor. . .
- Rubber Insulated
. Motor Supports standard
f Nash practice for
' some time Making v -
for Notably Quiet and
V Vibrationless Performance.' ' v ;
New Crankcasec"Breather" . ,
' Preventing Crankcase Dilution.
Full Force-feed Lubrication.
New Winged Radiator Cap.
Double Filament Headlights.
Seat Upholstery of Genuine
Chase Velmo Mohair Velvet.
Four-wheel Brakes. '
Five Disc Wheels.
: V Air Cleaner.
, Oil Purifier.
New-Type Motor Muffler
Deepening Operative Silence.
New Instrument Board
with Indirect Lighting.
AH Instruments in
Single Panel under Glass
Including Hydrostatic Gas Gauge.
; New Duotone Body Colors.
Oil Screen "Agitator''.
Preventing Oil Coagulation
. in ColdesfWeather."
Motor Heat Control by Thermostatic Water Regulation. - .
Coupe, $1165; 2-Door Sedan, $1215; 4-Door Sedan, $1315 Touring, $1135; 4-Pass. Roadster, $122$ t
.''.''. ,i- frice f-o.b. factory '. ,
NOW O N DIS PLAY
Bell Motor Co., Canton and Waynesville, N. C.
Third Street I . MARRIAGE LICENSE. .
Pigson Street. I C. D. Church to Nellie TruU, Bay.
Hill 'Street. ;wood. " . I- .
SectW II. That said streets and Robert Coctrell to Nancy E. Rob-,
portions of streets are' hereby de- n, Haywood.
clared sanitary districts, and all per-' S. H. Green to Florence Sanford
sons residing or" owning property Haywood. .';' '
fronting on said streets are hereby F. N, Ke.lu to Eva Young, Hay
required nd directed to. use city wood. i
water andiconnect with the city sew-' c- 1 rish to Bonnie I CordelL
er as jsooi as tle sewer lines shall Haywood.
have been laid in eaid streets, and it ' H- C Ivester to Bessie KuykendaO,
shall be ui lawful for any person liv- Haywood.
ing in an house, or for the owner' Forest McClure to Fannie DavU.
of any house to permit' any tenant Haywood.
to live iri any house along said t Walter James Woodard, Johnsoo
streets, orj to continue to occupy said county to Valeria M. Stamey, Hay
property for a period of thirty days wood.
after the laying of a sewer line along ' V. A. Norton to Marie Smith.' J
said streets without ballding and Charlotte.
constructing toilets connected w3th ! Raymond Messer to Mary D&Usn.
said sewer (line; Haywood. . .
Section III: That two-third nf thp I Rufus miz to Maggie McGaha.
total cost !of said street and side- Paywood.
walk imnrXomont. oni W. C. Botchelder
exclusive x so much of the cost as
shall be 'incurred at street intersec
tions, Bhall be especially assessed up
on the lots and parcels of land abut
ting on the' streets in which said Im
provements are being or shall be
made, according to their respective
frontage, thereon by an equal rate
per foot of such frontage, and that
the remainder of such cost shall be
borne by the Municipality at large.
Section IV. That the said assess
ment against the abutting property
owners shall be payable in three
equal annual installments which shall
bear interest at the rate of 6 per
annum froin the date of the con
firmation of the assessment roll; pro
vided that said prooerty owner shall
have the right to pay said assess
ment in cash, and if the whole as
sessment shall have been paid within
to Harriet C
Wilcox, Evanston, 111. v N
Andy Boone, Buncombe county la
Jennie V. Fowler, Haywood. - ,
Loonie Harris to Mary Bedingrfidd,
Charlie Evans to Thelma M. Twic
er, Jackson county.
Peter Freng, Indianapolis, IndL to
Noria Beasley, Haywood.
L. C. Waddeli, Bristol, Va. to Wiffie
May Jenkins, High Point.
Linton Holcombe to Dollie Wilcox,
Frank J. Thompson to Peart Sny.
Henry Holcombe to Daisy Miller,
John M. Connor to Effle Reece,
Guy Downs to Frankie Nelson,
Walter L. Banks to Carrie Corner,
thirty days after the assessment roll Havwood
shall have been placed within the
hands of the tax collector, a 2 dis
count shall be allowed. '
The foregoing ordinance and reso
lution was unanimously adopted by
the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at
a meeting held on the 5th day ,f
J. H. HOWELL, Mayor,
T. C. BREEDING, Clerk.
W. C. Elder to Mollie H4son.
Hubert Palmer to Nola MGaka,
John G. Bates to Charline Giafeer,
Sam R. Noland to Margaret Jones,
C. T. Banett to Nancy Chambers,'
Thurman Henderson to CeEU
Verlin Robeson, Haywood, to
Alice Dills, Swain county.
Taft Conard to Ola Jenkins, Hay-
to Minnie Brendle,
Mr. H. M. Keever is holding a re
vival on Hemphill.
Mr. Jeff Jaynes and Mr. D. J. Boyd,wood
have marketed their first crop of I Clyde Hyatt
tomatoes through the Farmers' Fed- Haywood.
eration. Mr. Jaynes has picked fifty Humes H. W. Hart, FayetteviHe,
bushels and Mr. Boyd forty so far. Ark- to Lilian Allen, Haywood.
Numerous farmers will market their ! Hubert Price to Emma James,
crop of tomatoes later. Haywood.
Mr. S. M. Moody's threshing outfit Harrold J. Kinney, Cocoa, Fla, U
is threshing on Jonathan, this week. I Elizabeth Crosse Jameson, Provi
Wheat, oats and rye are extra gocd('ence R-
this year. Clarence Morrow to Alice McCrack-
iMrs. Rothc-ab of Elon Tnll... ia en, .jacKson couniy.
visiting hor hnmo Wit., I John w. Moore to Lucy Gantrir,
Rothgab are her two charming little
Miss Opal Howell will leave short
ly for Miami where she will teach in
the graded school.
Mr. Hugh Leach of Franklin visit
ed on Jonathan last week.
Miss Mattie Moody of Waynesville
spent last week-end at home.
Miss Gracie Franklin of West Can
ton ia visiting her sists.-.
Miss Pearl Moody an J Mr. Fre-1
Teague Moody were Jonathan visi
tors last week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Boyd.
Miss Fannie Boyd if H.iielwood is
spending her vacation wltli her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Boyd.
Mrs. R. T. -Boyd, Alia Boyd. Mips
Elizabeth Boyd, Kathleen and Frank
Boyd, Mr. Rodger McdforJ and Mr.
Hauldean Miller mo;Ti-cl to th top
of Cove Creek mountain Sunday and
enjoyed a water melon fea
Capt. and Mrs. F x Roboits and
:'u"r son, "Bro," carne over from Can
ton and spent the wee.c-end with
-Yr. and Mr;. IVol Mno ly.
rd'si. Edna H -.-l who 'e id ) .
Hemphill sp'.'nt tlie weok-end v.lth
Mr. and Mrs." Ed Jenkins of Tampa,
Florida are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.
G. Garrett. - Master. Rodger Jenkins
is with his parents. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrett and
("daughter Ella Mae of Lenoir City,
(Tenn., who have' been guests-of Mr.
jand Mrs. G. G. Garrett, are at home.
J Quite a delegation of Jopathanites
j jonrr.eyed to Lake Junaluska Sunday
to enjoy Haywood day, . -.
Friends and relatives were' shocked
end saddened - to learn of Mr. Glenn
Tweed's accident. Tweed 'Sustained
his injuries whe'n the passenger train
which he was firingcbllided with n
f Might;, :w'. y; ' , v-
Mr. R. T Boyd harvested twenty
five bushels of tomatoes last Monday.
. Farmers are busy taking care of
their tobacco, which is fine this year.
I guess Mr. Pless Boyd has ithe larg
est crop on Jonathan.
Mr. Lee Howell has purchased a
Ford roadster, . ' ,
Restaurahts should be sprayed with
Fly-Tox regularly. '
Fly-Tox the cows before milking.
Sam McElroy, Haywood, to
sie Worley, Buncombe count'.
W. S. Medlin to Johnie Taylor.
J. B. Reece to Lien B. Pitts, Hay
wood. Hugh Clark to Catherine Brooks,
Vinson Holland to Daisy Shook"
Hailey Radford to Thelma Smiley,
John R. Ferguson to Evelyn Clark,
Glenn Ruff to
Grady Ford to
C. V. Brown to
J. U. Whitehouse
'.John Gibson to
Paul Owen to Lena Murer, Hay
wood. Gordon Trull to Lucile Raad, Hay
E. L. Dotson to JesRie Wyntt, Hay
wood. Alfred Fox to Mrs. Minnie Gai reii,
Maude Conns rcT,
to Tessie Mae
FOR MY LADY, .
In our jewelry shop we' hjy a lr
variety of pretty thing in jewi
tnat are specially-des'gu-?d for ani.
versary gifts.- The assortment ib !
large enough to meet the smallest as ' '
well as the largest sizer purse. We
have a number of ' exauisitelv An. '
signed bracelets, vanity cases, and
pins. In fact, anything that the lady
longs for in jewel rv. !
Jeweler and Optometi ist.
Waynesville, N C. -
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