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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
ar..j Mr. F. C. Maxwell had
'.! guests .a.-.t wt-ek-er.j at ".heir
l: the Kirkpatrick Apartments
.-iter's parent:- Mr. and Mrs.
.'I xvi-)l. of HemJer-onville.
Mis.- Fay Kiipitnck -ptr.t Sur.-
iay at her .vjrr.e lr. Hendf-rHonviiie. u-
'I r. ariij I;. A. Teagu were
A :v,r- M.;r.day. : w
Mr. ar.d M;.-. I 'jock Kr:-;l;y of A.sh..-j rapt. :.r(1 Mr-. L. E. Perry of
x.I'a- v;.jv.-. friend, h-re .Satur iay. A.-r.evllie. owner, of Camp Dellwood.
-'.oped i:: Wuvtu-.-vilie Friday en
route to tr.e camp ar.d visited Mrs.
f'.-rryV -i ter, Mr-. Frank r't-rtruson.
Mr. T Xorris of C:;K -nm:!
Monday in Wavr.fcsviiie.
M r. i. J. Kerr of ' an -.vj- a
Wayne-vi::,. , i-itor Monday..
An;onr the visitor.- here from Clyde
ihi.- week was Mr. I). M. Ca!e.
Or. I-'. M. Uavi. f Cant.-.': wa- a
Waynesvilie visitor Monday.
Mr. Charles B. McCracken wa,
here tnrr. Fines f.'reek Monday.
ir. i jyje j;ay ma.le
trip t i Salisbury .Sunday
in the city
U .. ... -I. ii . ,. .
ii. ' imiit;- Aiien ot lrattree
-pent 1 ue.iday in town.
Mr. Jimmie fJeaton of Canton was
a Wynecvjlie visitor Wednesday.
Mr. Glenn Moore w
on business - Tuela
Mr. Rob' Clark of Cantor, .-p.-nt
Tuesday in town.
Mr Charles C. Smather- ,.f Cm tor.
wa, hi-i-e on ou-ine-s Tuesday.
Mr . Paul Hyatt r -tjrne! Tu-.-uay
altei j ten-day .vi-it to her i utile in
Mr; Doyle Jjrive.- S:t;'.l; Vir
L';n. i w ,., tfj.-st f Mr. an I Mr-.
1 ar-., ;i. f-
y lu-t week.
from ( a )
U -" 1 . nad a lu r
true.: Sjnliy h"r -i-tei, Mr- W'.T
Jarvi- Pilnier and Jarvi
wt-.-e anions trv- v;itrs
Mi-s Johnnie Ru-sell has returne.l
from . visa to her uncle, Mr. Turner
Holland, at his home in Andrew-
Mr-. Charlie Mea-e of Canton was
the uue-t ,..f her sister, Mr-. Mattie
i ayne, ,lU 1 ist Frida-
nd Mi. Ferguson.
Mr. Milas Ferguson, who is a stu
dent at Louis burg College in Louis
burg, arrived Tuesday to spend the
,-ummer with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Fergu-on.
Mrs. W. L. Hardir. returned yester
day from Old Hickory, Tennessee
where she spent the past week as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Noyes
Long and -Mr. Long.
Mr. Donald Dunham, owner and
manager of the Dunham House, ar
rived Saturday from St. Augustine,
Florida to put the hotel in readiness
for summer guests. He expects to
open the hotel by June first.
Misses Maude and Eunice Chaplin
and their mother, Mrs. Chaplin, of
Wesloyan College- Macon. Georgia,
will arrive early in June and will
spend the summer at the Kirkpatric
Mrs. Adora Rayne returned to her
home here yesterday after a two
week-' visit in Richmond, Virginia.
She was accompanied by her sister,
Mrs Jack Holtzclaw, of Richmond,'
who will spend ten days at her sum
nie. home at Hal -am.
Mr-. H ,W. fiaucom and daughter.
M;ss Edith Bau.rom. left last Thur--day
f ,r a several day.s visit in Dan
ville, Virginia and Lumberton. They
will also go to Raleigh next Sunday
to attend the commencement exr. rein's
at Meredith College.
Mi-- L,u:a Thaikston, who .has
"'V- visiting her aunts. M sses Kstell,
.! f I,....-,,;., l-m.. . . , ,
, ." .at tneir nome in
n .no..e tor the ,,a.t thm. wJf,ks
V 1 : 'if.,.', i.. . '. it'
' I'd c ' i i u
Herman Hiilman wearing the new
police uniform at A Century of frog
re f hicago's Hi;;:: World'. Fair.
The outfit con-ists of a red coat and
b:t:e ,trou-e:s similar to that of the
northwest mounted nolice
el Mr.,. Roy Ciiine.el: and
Mr. Riy ' obie spent la-t week-end at
the ( aiti) iell's ciiiiin a M'aggi" I
'.Rev W'at.viir (). G.e.;de ...n ' ;,.;.'
Jimmie Govle, of Spencer .w.-re V, iv-'
ne-vi:l.. vi-.itor- Moi.d.i
Mi - H -!. Ram-ey
the hous-" guest this' v
La a i , M. Kirov.
' and M,--. Grady ; R,,y,J aI1j
i'n have moved from their home
'''e La-,- , the Hotel v
e ,. .. i . . i
'is. eivo. ".Me ve
l.-l' OM h..l,A
Dr. R, E Flack, Well
Known Here Passes
Dr. R. H. Flack, .",1. we!; known in
this, section, died at his home ' 'in
Memphis, Tenn.. Tuesday following a
stroke of. aiiooh xy. Dr. Flack was
widely known a-' a tubercL'losi- sjie.ia-it-t
and a foriju r member of Wake
forest Medical School faculty.
He will be remembered a. U-.r.g the
secretary of Congressman V. T.
Crawford during his last term in
Among the visitor- in
day w.r.j Mr. Hoy!
Mr. Janie- K. Hendeiv
f l 'ant'.n
I' .J - i iv.
Vllllil ( UO.t ill '
win . ; .
H.pos and Mi - . Hipp
u i rriet
e note! is nnv.- ;,r,t .,
' -u;:': -'- 'he form., opea-
: ''. o until June fif-t.
- I NORTH CAROFIXA
Mi-- MiMred DiKv. of ( har!e-ton HAYWOOD COl'N'TV
ve-: irg;i;ia was the gue-- of her
uncie and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Then
racket' si-vcri.! day-- last
week. (In Sunday Mis- Dil!v accom
panied Mi-s Mary Penland M.-f ra.d;
en -to: Spartanburg South ri(r,-,H.)a
'V'1'-;''' 'h"' ;"'' Vi-:tir.g the'r imeie.
V. - e
er, Jr. P'ur;:tri
ay- visring lie'- i-m-
'"'-' 'I- Mr-. WAV, Xornian.
;' - "wa'- ac ,.!:o,:o i. ! home by Mi's.
'''' a" , wi!:-''. i-l; ; Mr, and Mrs.
' -ohn t few dav- before
ito. .., Hole' W-ayn-v-;:., viu re
' 'vi!! - -; en I the jMiiiio-. a'i-l little
-!' I! 'ia An,- !,yd, who has 'a-en
' ; '';.'.'. he nont, M v Kdwin Hn j-,
: - j;.. D'--.i u;-, Ge; .vjI i .'
P;m))y Dav Will
Ri1 Held Saturday
iVO ti c l or i i: i i i:i I:
IN 'IilM SUPERIOR COURT
W. Lath. i
I i: ; . v.o
( Mr. a:
;i;r ,o n(.
' A .
. K A.
Mr. W.I Hayw,.
we; e v0ek--l-. ':
Mrs. J. I icn 't"
Mrs. W. C G a'
Dafntoft'. of Cantoi
Spring Flower Show -f e
Community ,lub Tur-dav
;;. ;! aniti.'m e;;-e!H liy
Iradb-y, rornmahdi!-; of the
P' - f .'. He A inerii'i.n I.f
"vday. May 27,, ha - '', des-
i I' ' D i u Tl"
lee' i n"'1- f"'-'."f til; ' ,cn! no-t will wear
. j .fh'-. uopj.v as 'lie -individual w.'V of
Mr.-. snowirg respec' an ! remembrance fr
thel '' dead who f-t i tl: World War
tht. :,,i;l ';'':" to the ide ds f..r which
tney gave their lives.
. ommanoer Rradlev fite 1 the
Mrs. Margaret. Moody returned to ' ,)! P'1'' w"ul'! t'e , offered for sale or,
her home Saturday ,- a'fte.- a week's ' th', strlvN ty the wc,-...., , ; the Amer-vh-.it
to her daughter, Mrs. Mebane. at ! '(''in. t-1-''"!1 auxiliary p ml the monr-y
her home in Ashevile, . le'cived will go to relieve needy vet-
' '' ' - ; j : a"s and their families. '
Me.-i .s. II. A. Osborne and Homer I .
A it tZ pi'Vf VJ Buncombe Jurors
A. J. GREEN'
The defendant alove named wiil
take notice that summons w::- ;--ued
again-; the defendan'., ir. the, ;ibove
entitled action 'on the '24 th dav of
May. 'lf:::i by W. G. Hyers, (derk of
the Superior'.-Court for an ' ...bsolut"
divorce on statutory grounds, which
-amnions is returnable before said
Clerk of the Curt on t ho -22nd dav of
.luiie. l;r:;;;, when and'uheiv the de
f' ndatit j.. require I ti :;pne'ar: and
answer or demur to the comidaint or
tire r, lief demanded'-will 'be gr.ured.
This .12 1th day ,,f M y. lf:;;;.
w. g. i:vi:rs.
Clerk of the Superior-. Court.
X... o: -May 2o-.!une l-s-io. .
Miss Sue Curtis of. Cantor- I get
ting along nicely - after an (meroa'on
for appenoicitis at the Haywood
County Hospitol this week:
Praise Jud?e Alley
Jul .r., w.v scrvied 1. ist week at "he
May criminal term of superior court
oi i.uniomiic- county. dratted reolu
Mr,. RausLon CVunplx-i;. under- I l"'n J"':"s'ni-' Judge 1-elix E. Allev
.. went an operation for appendicitis I f"'r' fV" at,"?'' "xvn t a'nd
at the Havwood Countv Hospital th;- I -P " '-''"''V .defendants who appeared
wk Ho .sjmproMni u-1 w ithout (oun-c i
I , , I W- ' Pennell. one f the iuror-s.
-Mi-' ,n I Mr U- r. i- i- was-named cn.urman an,J .oesented
t u " r, lullJ'-- -nl tfe ri-oljt,on- in p n (ou,t to Jalgt
son, Mr. Walter Braddock. arrived Allev. '
last Friday from Daytona Beach and' The lurors set out that the govcr
will sitend the summer ,u their hon.e ' no" to be commended -in' apmdn4
on Mam street. mg Judge Alley to the superior court
o bench and that he was very on-;ider-
Mrs.- George Ward and Mr- G. Lylp tf Jurr"'s who aPPca''I in his
Jones of AsheviHe were W aynesville ,v .-i,1.i. ui,,. ; ... . . .
vis, tors Tuesday an 1 attended the rf
Flower Show sponsored by the Com- especially to those who are without !
munity Club. j counsel" the resolution aid
Did the work"
After more than tlireo mnnik
of suffering from a nervous ail
ment, Miss Glivar us-ed Dr Miles'
Nervine which gave her such
splendid results that she wrote
us an enthusiastic letter.
1 you suffer from "Nerves."
If you lie awake nights,
.start .at sudden noises, tire
easily, are erankp, blue and
pdgcty, your nerves are
probably out of order.
Quiet and rcl;:- them with the
same medicine that "did the
work" for this Colorado girl.
Whether your "Nerves" have
troubled you for hours or for
years, you'll find this time-,
tested remedy effective
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ay Never Buy
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