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THURSDAY, MAY i.
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Good Income Derived
From 80-Acre Farm
Reports received at State College
through the North Carolina Bankers'
Association indicate that there eve
pood fa miens in North Carolina who
made money last year despita low
prices and unfavorable economic con
ditions. In the last few days Charles A.
Sheffield, assistant extersion director,
has received (;i reports irom farmers
who are candidates for the grade "A"
certificate as sponsored by the Agri
cultural Committee of the bankers
organization. Mr. Sheffield has been
studying these reports so that certif
icate? reitrht he issued to all those
making a j.rade f 80 per cent and
A typical crumple of a farmer who
i.s living at home and making some
money is .M. L, Adderholdt of Lexing
ton, route 4. Mr, Adderholdt owns
10G acres of land of which 80 acres are
cleared for cultivation. Last year he
sold $1,707.04 worth of produce from
his place as follows: certified small
grain seed, $510; veal and pork,
$1!!).44; garden vegetables, $35;
sweet potatoes, $20; Irish potatoes,
$10; eggs iitnl poultry, $00.00; fruit,
?$; cctto:., $C(V and truck crops
In addition to these sales, Mr. Ad
derholdt ;rows enough vegetables and
fruit for the use of his family and
some to save for winter. He grows ali
the grain and forage for his live
rtock ; has enough pork, milk, butter,
eggs i r.d poultry for home use and
keeps his land in a high state of fer
tility by growing legume crops, He
limes about DO acres of land ah year
using about 1500 pounds of limestone
an acre' to keep the wol in a sweet
The income of $1700 is almo.it clear
net cash and shows the possibilities
of farming, even during a depression
period, when good methods arc fol
lowed, says Mr. Sheffield.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES- to a chestnut stump (corner of
Says Control Methods
It is a positive fact that Careful
protection of the tobacco -plants with
the 'Bordeaux mixture and stimulat
ing them with some trick-acting ni
trogen fertilizer will help to over
come the effects of the blue mold dis
ease and other plant bed troubles,
says E. Y. Floyd, tobacco specialist
at State College, who this week, re
ceived a report from M. P. Caldwell
Mr. Caldwell had nongh strong
healthy plants to set out 250 acres of
tobacco and then sold the remaining
plants in bis bed for about $300.
He did this because he followed the
recommendations as to making up
his Bordeaux mixture and in keeping
the new growth covered with the mix
ture each two days. Nothing was al
lowed to prevent the spraying and
this, says Mr. Caldwell, is the main
reason that he was able to save his
plants. He made up the stock solu
tion at a entral point and sent it
around to each bed where the spray
ing was done carefully and thoroughly.
Then, he used from 5 to 10 pounds of
nitrate of soda for each 100 square
yards of plant k-d to keep the young
plants growing steadily. The nitrate
was applied after the dew had dried
off the plants.. A pine bough was used
to brush off any granules of he soda
staying on the. leaves and then the
whole bed was wet down thoroughly.
This kept the plants growing and the
spray protection kept them free of
the attack of disease.
Mr. Caldwell also gave his plants an
application of nitrate of soda after he
set them in the field. About 50 pounds
an acre was applied as soon as it was
seen that the plants would live. This
overcame the .shock , of resetting, he
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in that cer
tain deed of trust executed by C.A.
Black and wife, Leila Black to 'The
Raleigh Savings Bank an J Trus t
Company, trustee (the undersigned
trustee having succeeded to the right.
and title of the named Trustee, under
Chapter 207, Public Laws of 19,'H),
which said deed of trust is date-
March 1, 1927, and recorded in Book
20, page 31, of the Haywood County
Registryfi default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness there
by scured ano in the conditions there-
n secured, the undersigned trustee
wnl on 1 uesday, June 7, VJ.Vl, at or
about twelve o'clock noon, at the
courthouse door at Waynesville. N.
('., ofToV for sale and sell to the high-
st bidder for cash the following e'e
AIT that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land containing O.'i.'J acres,
more or less, situate, lying ard being
in Waynesville Township, Haywood
County, North Carolina, about three
miles from the Town of Waynesville,
and on the Waynesville-Woodrcw
Highway, having such shapes, metes,
courses and distances as will more
fully appear by reference to a plat
thereof, made bv J.Vv . Seaver, Survey
or, nil the 20th day of December, 1920,
and attached to the abstract now on
file with the Atlantic Joint Stock
Land Bank of Raleigh, the sarnn be
ing bounded on the North by the State
Highway; on the Kast by the land of
Miss Marian A. Boggs and C. A.
Black; on the South' by thi lands of
Mrs. J.K.Boone and on the West by
the lands of A. T. McCrncken and
Dewey Francis, and being the identi
cal tract of land conveyed by deed
from G. D. Kilgore and wife, Nannie
A. Kilgore to C. A. Black, of date
September first. 1924, said deed be
ing duly recorded in Deed Book No. C7,
page .30(5 in the office of the Register
of Deeds for Haywood County, State
of North Carolina, to which reference
is made for a more complete descrip
tion anl location of same.
Terms of sale cash and trustae will
require deposit of 10 per cent of the
amount of bid as his evidence of good
This the 7th day of May, 1032.
NORTH CAROLINA BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, Trustee,
Successor to The P.ale'gh Savings
Bank and Trust Company, Tvuvtee.
J. L. Cockerham an J Robert Wein
stein, Attorneys, Raleigh, N C.
May 5 to June 2, 1932
thence North 55 feet East 529 feet to
the beginning, containing 93.3
acres, more or less. Being the
same land as deeded to C. A.
BlacK and wife, Leila M. Black from
G. D. Kilgore, et al, as recorded in
Book 67, page 306, Records of Deeds
of Haywood County.
SJ.COND TRAIT: Lying and be
ing i'1 Waynesville Township on the
w.i.i-i of Raccoon Creek and describ
ed as fo'lows: Beginning on a large
oak stump the northwesterly corner of
original lifty acre tract formerly
owned by the (-stale of Kocert V.
Johnston, ami William K. B 'Kg" ami
runs: S. K7 1". 361 feet t.: a ccfrer
fence post; N'oi'.n 7-l iVi-: to a
large chestnut: jul a M V. J7-! t'ett
to a hickory; S. 3-1 0 V f t
corner fence pa .-t:.S. W, ill feet
to a stake (funtieriy 1 uck near a
white oak, beginning i-orner of orig
inal 50 acre tract l ; S. 3-2!) W. 3900
feet to a stake (fence post): N. 51
W. 2150 feet to a stake; S. 87 E.
560 feet to a large chestnut (corner
of original 50 acre tract); N. 3-5 K.
1900 feet to a f.take in former County
Road; thene with said road N'. 86-10
E. 118 feet to a stake in said road;
N. 13-10 II. 205 feet to a stake in
branch; then with branch X. 77 W.
298 feet to a stake in said branch:
then X. 6-35 K. 410 feet to the be
ginning, i ontainmg X: acres, more
or less. Being the same land as sold
to C, A.B'ack and wife, Leila M.
Black by Kugone Garland and wife,
Lucy J. Garland as Recorded in Book l
68, page 591, Records of deeds for
Haywood county to said book and
page reference is hereby made fot
description of right of way, and ex-
same land described in a man of J.
C. Haynes, Surveyor, which said map
is now on file in the office of John H.
Manning, Commissioner of the World
War Veterans Loan Fun 1 attached to
the abstracted of Jacob L. DonaHson,
to which reference is hereby made.
This, the 13th day of Ap-il, 1032.
NORTH CAROLINA BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE.
BY: H. M. Corbett, Vice President.
TERMS OF SALE CASH
PLACE OF SALE COURTHGLst
DOOR. WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
TIME OF SALE NOON, WEDNES
DAY, MAY 18th, 1932.
Apr 21-28 May 5-12.C
and conditions of the same. Sale made
because of default in indebtedness
secured bv said deed of trust. Sale
is made subject to all taxes and street
This this 13th day of April, 1932.
Insured Mortgage Bond Corpor
ation of North Carolina, Local
Tru.-tee, and l'n:on Trust Com-r-a-v'
f Marvlar. !. Trutee.
Apr"21-2-Maf 5-12 L1GS
river; thence witi,
28 E. 4 poles; S Is?'
28 W. 6 pole ; L
en ociocK A. M.
'he Town of Wt
NOTICE of sal::
On Monday, May 23rd. 1V-S2, at elev.
the court riMi-i
enij)Ie uuii'linir i ih
svn.-svl'.le, Havwr c:
County. N. C, I will sell a; rul'Iic
outcry to the highe-t bidder for :.-!.
the following deserib'-'.l li-:. !s
FIRST TRACT: Being Lot Xo. 23
in Block XII Grimball 1'ai i: a ; ei
survey made by J. X.Shoolbre'!. ' . -.
during Julv and December, 1!;2L". il' -
corded in Map Book "B." Iiv.li
office of Register, of Deeds'::
SECOND TRACT: Being Lo: Xo. -in
Book "B" of Brookwood surv. at
Hazelwood as per survey and i.la: v.
J. W.Seaver, C. E.
The above lots being in all respect
the same lots conveyed by J. V.'iit
James to D. C. '-'Smart by deed dated
September 24, 1928, in record Bocl;
76, page 592 in office of Register el
Deeds of Haywood County.
; Of TRUSTEE'S SALE
:.ur-dav. Mav 1ft h. 1&32, al
cik A. M. at the
t i t i : c
i '.' wi
., .'.,!th C
Coin wwwJ.t , , i . . i. v-, j
5!f,0"f,t, a 4:iH,TeTa.C$ h"et"- sale conferred upon me bv a deed
of trust dated October 1, 1930, exe'-ut-
NOTICE OF SALE OF NOTE
Waynesville Township Special School
HAYWOOD COUNTY, NORTH
Revenue Anticipation Note.
Seal bids will be received by the
Local Government Commission of
North Carolina, at its office in Ral
eigh, until 10 o'clock, A. M., May 17,
1932, for the purchase of the above
note, dated May 17th. 1932. and ma-
jring juiy.aoth. 1U.'S2 without option
I FINES CREEK I
. o o
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Greene
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Mrs. Greene's parents,. Mr. and. Mrs.
Andy Ferguson, of Hazelwood.
Mr. and Mr?. F. C. Greene and Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. James spent Sunday
with Mr$. Margavet Greene of Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. James visited
Mrs. James' parents Saturday night.
Misses Margaret Greene and Fran
ces James are visiting their grand
mother, Mrs. Margaret Greene, f
Canton, this week.
Mr. Bob Green, of Wesiev Creek.
was in Waynesville Monday, the Bth,
Mrs. Martha Greene w:w visittd by
relatives last Sunday.
Miss Ruby Noland. of Upper Fines
Creek, visited Miss Alma Ferguson
Miss Mae Eolden returned to her
home at Hazelwood Saturday after
an eight months stay at Fines Creek.
MrsC.S. Green and daughter, Miss
Ruth Greene, ar.d Mrs. F. C.Green and
daughters. Misses Katherine and
Margaret Greene, shopped in Waynes
Mrs. Andy Ferguson, of Hazelwood,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Marvin
Master Leniel Miller, of Hazelwood,
is visiting his little cousin, Master
of prior payment and described as fol
lows:. One note of Waynesville Town
ship Special School Taxing District
for $8,000.00 with interest at the rate
of 6 per cent per annum, principal
ano interest payable at maturity
at the First National Bank
of. Waynesville at Waynesville, North
Notes can not be sold for less than
par. Bidders must present v.ith thei
bids a certified check upon an inror
porat'ed. bank or trust company, un
iT-uiuuionaiiy payaoie to tha or
der oi tne btate Treasurer lor
- P'T cent of the face value
oi t.ne note bid for to secure
the Lounty against anv loss result
ing from the failure of the bidders to
comply with terms of his bid. The
right to reject all bids is reserved.
i here will be no auction. Purchaser
wiij pay delivery charges.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION
By: Charles M. Johnson, Secretarv
Catawba County poultrymen report
a profit from early broilers this sea
son with the price ranging from 20
to 25 cents a pound. About 3,000
broilers will be sold this week.
Checks for $89,128 have been re
reived by farmers of Pitt County
irom tne government se"d loan f jn3.
The tobacca crop of Columbus
iCounty will not exceed 50 per cent
ef the 1931 acreage as a result of dis
ease and insect attains in the p'ant
bed. 1 he Bordeaux mixture seems to
control the blue mold disease, but
stunts the plants, say Columbus
farmers. . ... ,, '. . L,..!- ,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Independence Trust Company,
C. A. Black and wife, Leila M. Black
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
oourt ot Mecklenburg County in the
above intitled action, I will, on Mon
day, the fath day of June. 1932. at 11
o'clock A. M., at the Court House door
of said county (Now the Masonic
Temple) sell to the highest bidder
lor casn to satisfy said execution, all
the right, title and interest which the
said C. A. Black and his wife, Leila
M. Black, the defendants, had in the
louowing described tracts of land, to
wit: - . '
FIRST TRACT: Beginning on
three beach trees (an old corner be
tween Graves and Francis) and runs
an old line N. 15 V. (present bearimrl
1765 feet to a Stake in the center of
the present road ; thence with the cen
ter of the present old road 10 calls as
follows: S 76 E. 153 feet, S. 84-45
E. 427 feet. S. 8G E. 190 feet, S. 75
30 E. 285 feet, S. 75-30 E. 112 feet,
S. 68-30 E. 230 feet, S. 63 E. 20 feet,
S. 50-15 E. 160 feet. S. 47-30 E. 110
feet, S. 58 E. 342 feet to a stake in
center of the road in line between
Graves and Boggs; thence with the
Boggs line S. 345 feet to a stake
(Boggs cornor; thence South 74-15
E. 182 feet to a stake in an old line
(Bofgs corner) ; thence with said old
line S. 3 W. 1725 feet to a chestnut;
(Boggs corner) : thence with said old
fore sold from said tract of land ref
erence i;-, hereby made to said Book
THIRD TRACT: Lying and be
ing in Waynesville Township on
Richland or Brendle Creek and com
monly known as the W, H. Cole Or
chard Tract and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake on the Shook
side of the State Road and running
S. 10 E. 3Vfe poles to a stake on a
bank; thence S. 21 E. 52 Vs poles to a
stone pile at branch; thence S. 2 AV.
99 poles to a sourwood; thence up the
mountain S. 59 W. 8 poles, S. 50 W.
18 poles, S. 30 W. 10 poles, S. 24 W.
38 poles, S. 6 E. 12 poles, S. 24 W. 20
poies, K. 00 W. 10 poles,' S. 35 W.
32 poles to top of Pinacle; thence
down the mountain N. 30 W. 35
poles, N. 64 W. 19 poles, N. 55 W. 20
poles, N. 45 W. 19 poles, N. 22 W. 26
poles to Brendle's sourwood corner;
thence North 27 poles to Brendle's
old corner, W. 3 poles to N. Fergu
son's corner, N. 1V4 E. 81 poles to a
stone corner, N. 88 E. 48 poles to a
stone, W. IVi. 61 poles to the Pub
lic Road; thence East along the Public
Road 58 poles to the beginning. Con
taining 153'2 acres, more or less.
Being the same property that E. P.
Purcell and others conveyed to C. A.
Black and wife, Leila M. Black as
recorded in Book 68, page 26, Record
of deeds for Haywood County.
Excepting from the above describ
ed land the homestead of the said C.
A. Black and wife, Leila M. Black
that was allotted to them by a jury
summoned in said action, said home
stead described as follows: Lying and
being in Waynesville Township, Hay
wood County: Beginning at a bridge
across a branch below C. A. Black's
Garage and runs up said branch to
a point above his chicken house;
thence runs Eastwardly with the gar
den fence to a branch and fish pond;
thence a northward direction to a
point in C. A. Black's road leading to
the Highway; thence Westwardly to
the beginning. Containing about 1 acre
more or less, and being the land on
which is located the home of the said
C. A. Black and wife, Leila M. Black.
We also lotted to the said C. A. Black
and wife, Leila M. Black a right of
way over the road that they now
travel to the public Highway with the
right of ingress and egress.
This the 2nd day of May, 1932.
J. A. LOWE, i
Sheriff of Haywood County.
ed by D. C. Smart and wife, Eugenia
Smart, and recorded in Book 25, page
151 Record of Deeds of Trust of Hay
This April 22, 1932.
J. R. MORGAN, Trustee.
Apr. 28-May 5-12-19
lie Temple um(1 as a tem
: house), in the town of
Haywood County, North
will 'seli a: public outcry
i t L'Utocr for cash, the
..-.u? iyirg being in
"i.v.nhir, Haywood Coun
aroiin.a, ir.i.it iiarticulai iy
-t i . . i. . c n;
Kiver orirtr if (JAW ilark and H.
. . . ' , .. . ; ..XT ri:if. a
it . ileatlier.y tract.-, a. n. i u..
I W. p...ies .-pruce pine; thence N.
-S V. s jk le-; tiier.ee S. 7X' W. S
; p,,lf to a white oak r top of ridge;
'thence S. 72'" !- pi -Its to black
loak; thence E. lt poles,. 12
! links to itake in old Gwynn line;
j - hence X. 1'J" E. 16 jioles, 5 links to
' .SpanUh oak in low gap; thence N.
j :;k i ., 0 , 6 -Doles, 10 links to dogwood
, . l . ... .... x- r;i o V I
r. -C'P oi r;(lge; ineme i. 'J i. J"
poie, 7 links to stake :n gap of
ridge; thence X. 31c E. 7 poles to a
.-take .n top o: knob; thence X. Hi"
E. 11 poles. 9 links to a stake on said
ridge; thence X. 3V W. 21 poles, 5
links to stake -n top of said ridge;
thence X. 75 E. 14 poies, 18 links
to spruce pine on west bank of said
River; thence with old river run S. 8
E. 8 poles. 10 links to stake: thence S.
41' 2 E. 20 poles to stake en bank of ,
S. 15 E.
branch; thence S j m
43' E. 14 poles to ,
containing 23 acre
on a double chest r-r
r T7 m i ' " -
ii. r-. lruu and (lw
runs Nortneast cj- r
rock, H.E. -Trull
nis line 11 poles, 4 -l.
line; thence N0rth,v
poles, 6 feet to bl.:: ,:
of Gwynn tract;
feet tc stake in said 1 -ward
course with (,
BEGINNING, co ; ) ; t :
more or less.
Being the same
conveyed in a dec :
erly and wife,
W. Rhode? and w-- .'
to M. J. Trull, d.-.t:
and recorded in 1;
Record of Deeds . f
EXCEPTING a !,'
taining ll3i acres. ,,,
Trull and wife, l-'.U
Heatherly, dated ;mu..
recorded in Book 7, (a''
cord of Deeds of II a j"r
Being the same t v.-o ;ui
conveyed in a deed I'lenVj'
Patrick, Trustee, to iyY
dated May 13, 1929, an,j
Book 79, page 43st l:t.,:,,ri
of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant ;.)
sale conferred upon n1(. ;JV ;
trust dated July (i, 'l
Blaine Henson, and rec-urdpj
o, page ny, itecrnl 0f rt
j rust oi naywooii ( jiunty.
This the 19th day of Aar
M. G. STA
Apr. 21-28-May 5-12.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
On Monday, May the 16th, 1932, at
11:00 o'clock A. M. at the Court House
door (Masonic Temple) in Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caro
lina, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidcier for cash, the following de
scribed lands and premises, to wit;
Lying and being in or near the
Town of Waynesville, Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, and fully described as fol
lows. BEGINNING at a stake at the in
tersection of Thomas Avenue and Bak
er Alley and runs thence with said Be-
ker Alley N. 56" 30' E. 324 feet to a
stake; thence S. 24 30' E. 150 feet
to a stake; thence S. 56" 55' W. 267
feet to a stake in East side line of
Thomas Avenue ; thence with said
East side line of Thomas Avenue N.
46 W. 154 feet to the BEGINNING.
The above described lot of land be
ing a part of the same property Con
veyed to Mrs. Ruth Baker by deed
dated March 29th, 1912, from R. L.
Allen, Trustee, and recorded in Book
No. 35, page 196 Record of Deeds of
Haywood County North Carolina,
Sale made pursuant to under and
by virtue of the power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust
executed by Ruth Baker and husband
D. A. Baker, to the undersigned
Insured Mortgage Bond Corporation
of North Carolina, Local Trustee.
and Union Trust Company of Mary
land, Trustee, on the 1st day of July,
1 9'7 QTA ropnrlid iv TZrw.h- 01
page 128 .Record of Deeds of Trust
of Haywood County, North Car
olina, to which said deed of
trust and record reference is
hereby made for all the terms
At Waynesville, Friday MornM
Payments made by check on local bank
First Of All, Consider Comf ort
No new shoe feels as good as an old shoe, providi
it is in good repair, if it needs repairing, thai
where we come in send them to us, we'll sei
them back with the same comfort and the looks
well, there won't be any comparison.
DON'T DELAY, SEND THEM TODAY
THE CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. Duckett, Prop.
MAIN ST. NEXT WESTERN UMl
FOUNTAIN PENS REPAIRED
THE WAYNESVILLE PHARMACY
I. H. Thackston
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of power and
authority contained in that certain
deed of trust, dated March 20th, 1930,
and recorded in Book 27, Page 103.
Haywood County Registry, and exe
cuted by Jacob L. Donaldson and wife.
to the North Carolina Bank and Trust
Company. Trustee, default having
beenf made m the payment of the in
debtedness secured thereby, whereby
the entire amount of said indebted
ness became due and payable and de
mand having been made by the holder
oi said note upon the trustee named
therein to advertise and sell the prop.
erty described in said deed of trust,
the undersigned will offer for sale for
cash at public auction at the Court
house door in Waynesville Haywood
May 18th. 1932, the following described"
Bounded on the West by the lands
of R. L. Wells, now W. S. Pipes, on
the North by Henson Cove Road; and
on the tast by the lands of B. F.
Murray, on the South by the lands of
B. i. Murray; and more particularly
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake in the cent
er of the Henson Cove Road, North
east of said B. F. Murray's new dwel
ling house, and runs with said road
two calls: South 70' 30' West, 5.88
poles; South 64" West 6 poles to a
stake; sanu. being the northwest corn
er of the small tract conveyed by R,
L. Wells and wife to the said B. F
Murray; then with the line of said
tract South 19 Easti 6.50 poles to a
stake; then North 67 15' East 8 noles
to a stake; then North 10" 15' East
7.76 poles to the beginning. Contain
ing 67 square rods, more or less, and
being a part of lots Nos. 5 and 6 of
the survey made by W. H. Hargrove
for E. P. G. Murray, deceased, in 1906.
AND BEING the same ltnd describ
ed in a Deed from V. F. Murray, and
1 has been E1000 t0 tir; that is, the people have been like:
XUO us in 1931. And so. bv reason of the fact, thev apprec:
cient service and a low charge "at this Critical time. And. because
liberal patronage in 1931. we can and will lower our charges for:
pie in 1932. In February we will supply FUL-VTJE frames and
visiDie iiuocai lenses of $15 value for $7.50 or $3.75 for one. utnei
means CONNER refracting, CONNER designing, CONNER adjust--And,
until conditions improve in Asheville. we will continue to s(j
and frames at ONE-HALF STANDARD PRICES. This means: Kryd
visible Bifocal lenses of $15 vale for S7.R0 or $3.7!? -for one. OM
and frames for prices correspondingly low. And this means: We 4
xinue to nn your oculists prescriptions on the QNE-H ALJb -rwiM
unginator oi tne uitex Dr. Charles W. Conner, upt
luyptok and lone Lenses. - No. 12 Wall Street, Ashew
1NEXT time you are out
of fix as the result of ir
regular or faulty bowel
movement, try Thedford's
Black-Draught for the re
freshing relief it gives
thousands of people who take it
intendent in Pulaski, Va., says:
"wh'en-I get con-
2376 feet to n hicltnrv
(formerly a beach, now fironel Graves iwife. to Jamb I. DotinTlan'i AaiaA
corner; thence N. 17-15 E. 442 feet March 25, 1929, and also being the
etipated, my head aches, and I
have that dull, tired feeling just
not equal to my work. I don't
feel hungry and I know that I
need something to cleanse my
system, so I take Elr.ck-Draught,
We have found it a great help."
SoU in :25'Ccnt packages. r
kOjiL. who are rvn-ilowu. or suff
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i mj 10 Your Washing.
Cost per Week of Doing Family Washing at Honf
liased on 16 pounds of washing.
If you buy a washing machine, the average cost price is &
per nuiomy oi -Electrical -Merchandising."
If it lasts 5 years, weekly cost ... . ... . . .
Repairs and maintenance, weekly cost . . .
Interest on SS5.00 at 6, weekly cost . . . .
Soap, weekly cost . . . . . . ......... . . ....
Washing Powder, weekly cost . . . ...
Blueing, weekly cost . .. , . ... .... , . . . . .
Hater, weekly cost ...... . . ... . . . ...
Electric current for washer at 6J4c K. W. H.
Electric current for lights, weekly cost . ...
Electric current for ironing the flat work
oniy, at b'c K. W. H., weekly cost .
Total COSt Of Washing nine ilnnino- nf flflt $1
OUR COST FOR A 16 LE. WASHING IS
And all ilatwork is beautifully ironed.
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