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Little boy of long ago,
You are m'j' h too yourg to know
What the world expects of men!
to you is mostly play,
Laughter f.!!$ each happy day; jrjgg
Or.. Je carefree while ycu may J23
CVilitihood never comes again.
Little do you understand
What the later years demand.
Ha.f the blessings that you find, v-j
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tot your neeatess oawy minu
Lvks ahead and not behind-
Not ur.ti! it is too late.
All c(, vifin thfrvp cloth von wear. w:i
Made with Mother's loving care.
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Every eaer step you take,
hvery chudhood bond you break
Will ir.ter.sifv the ache
That your heart some day shall knov
it Vis .
i am you. cear littie ooy,
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But " r.evt-r comes a dav JfisrS
it I :o not lor.? to nlav VftVJK
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The Hen's Triumvirate
St'te of Nortk Carolina. Conn y of
Having qualified as administrates
of the estate of Mrs. Hsu:e Felir.et,
deceased, late of Haywood O'.my.
North Carolina, this is to n-nlfy aV.
persons having claim: again?: '...r
estate of said deceased to exh"Vt
them to the undersigned at Vyn?s
ville. N. C, on or before the $:h div
of October, 1927, or this notice -.!'
be pleaded in bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate paynifi .
Th ? the th day of October, 1 126.
W. R. FRANCIS.
S. R. FELMET.
Adntin:trator i1 the F-tate of Mr?
Nov. 18c Hattie Felmet, Dectaed.
NORTH CAROLINA. HAYWOOD
f Ol .VTY.
' NOTICE was th:? day served on
rr.e by H. H. Hannah of two stray
mule. One Sorrtii and One Black.
Owr.tr may recover same by apply-
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Y,ts. This Oct. 23, 1926.
C. F. KIRKPATRICK,
R-g-.-'.er of Deed of Haywood Con
iiONHV FOR SALE.
." :-v. hor.ey in the comb or e.vtract
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. x :i;ijr; 1 .? or r.ijro per,
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; iu ed extj-r.eiy f"rn ci.vers.
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v. anted Trhen oiue'ine.
j TH F. rU'SV BF.r. AP.'ARY,
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Ohelvuly Modern Si7
OAusi have a Seven
If vou are considering a "Six" then the FIRST
thing to fii.d oi.t is whether or not it has a
7-hearir,; crant shalt motor.
For if it has only a 3- or 4-bearing crankshaft
you know at once that the motor does not
low the most modern engineering.
ONLY 7 bearin-s will positively assure the
inf-l-ci decree of fcmooth, silent crankshaft
j t r, lion.
Vhnr'n whv the performance of the new 7
r-eviing motor Nar.li, whether a Light Six,
5yK-dal Six, or Advanced Six, will prove a
revel. i ion to vou in power smoothness and
Tiy one out TODAY.
BELL MOTOR C
Canton and Waynesville,
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rvi r Ivim.- ; : i!:iyi were among the.
: irt. I .-I . re-lit:)' fur (he annual "music
,. ). value of !ntruiirtii! il m utile '
in.- ri.M Is umlr Kryl, tvorld-f.;noas
' f ' '' I'.nn hU r;an'. In the center Is'
N '.' -il JKiHt!on of Hand Instrument '
! - i Veil Inne. foretuot troinbono I
. in'l u-mli-r of the fHnious Icnes band,
v ,t r,i.: Sit.i.ol of MukIc In Chicago
How to Keep "Kids" Off Street
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When the Dadsoo family oat In Vancoaver, B. G. bought two cornet
and trombotM for their three children the eldest of whom wma then but
tx the neighbor viewed the tnustcal project with decided skeptldam.
Ttther Dadsoo, however. Lad Idea of bis own, and the doubts of the
neighbors worried him not one lota. He believed that children "run the
treetaT because there is Both log in the average bom to hold their Interest
He believed that with a definite something In the home It would be the home,
and not the streets, that would nee the most of bis children. Further, he
believed that music could supply that definite something. At least It was
worth a trial.
The above picture, from the Conn Music Center files, goes far toward
tailing the rest of the story of this father's experiment
His three children Billy is now eight Hector Is six and Mom Is tour
ers now real musicians. Itecently they tried their InstrumeoU on a nationally
known vaudeville circuit, "Just to aoe what It was Ilk.'! Critics pronounced
Chair act the feature of the bill ."Father" Dadson, however, la more Interested
faa the fact that the act Is the feature of the home,
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"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPIST
No Matter how small the order it is our pleasure to serre our friends and cus
tomers. Our prices are very reasonable and we take pride in being courteous, in
our efficiency, in the quality of our meats and groceries, in being prompt in filling
all orders correctly and we are very appreeiatiYe of the splendid business that has
been built up through realizing the proper valoe of aH these things and we are
proud to have an up-to-date city meat and grocery market. Come and visit us.
"If you trade with us we both make money."
THE PICK OF THE LAND
When you make this store your head
quarters for Groceries you are assured
the choicest etables it is possible to pro
cure. Csnncd or fresh, our stocks are
a'ways prime quality.
THE BEST YOU CAN IMAGINE
A Roast, roasted as you know how to
roast it, makes a mo3t palatable and
nourishing food for your family heeds.
Lamb, Pork, Veal
Chops of your, choice make such
an appetizing dish for break
fast, dinner or supper. Easy
to prepare in a number of dif
EITHER HAM BOILED OR
You just cannot realize that
Ham can be so good until you
taste some of cur Kam Boiled
or fried, to suit your taste.
Order a slice for tomorrow
The City Market
J. B. DAVIS, Proprietor
. . FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
No. 149 . Waynesville, N. C