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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Helen Seay Slaughter of New
ark, N. J. is visiting her sister, Mrs.
R. T. Kobinson and other relatives
here and at Franklin.
Mr. ami SU -. Faibus llamni if
Kiizabethton, Tenr.. are visiting the
Matter's parent-, Mr an.l Mrs. John
Mrs. W. C. GiililunJ returned Mon
day iron) l'aco:, ,S. C. where she at
tended the funeral of a nephew.
. -Mit.3 Doiothy iK'weese retuir.eJ
Monday from a two week's visit to
her sister, Mr, Etlmdg;; Justice in
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Buna
Franklin Tuesday, July .j. a so;..
Mr. and Mrs. Shut nil Leather wood
ant children and little Miss Margaret
ODonnell of Detroit, Michigan ar
rived the latter part of the week for
a two week's visit to friends hae and
Mr. and Mrs. C. S, Bcniiel I of l.c
noir spent the holidays with Mr. and
Mis. J. It. McKlroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mcsser of
By Beating Sayles
.ittend the lun-
Lenoir visited relative
during the Fourth.
-Miss Maigery Cam
Sunday after a two
Orion McClure of
Ga. arrived Sunday t
eral of his sister, Mrs. (Mln Wcs'
Misses Marion Sturkey and Carolyn
Jlitt of .Mcl'orniick. S. (.'. airivc.l for
a visit to the former's sister, Miss B.
Misses Ltvta an, I Tela McLcin of
Topton visited their sisters. Mrs. Joe
Kuykendall and Mrs. Lawrence Davi
during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs- Lionel Kogers and
baby of Hickory arrived Sunday to
attend the funeral of the former's
mother, Mrs. Ollie West.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Me
hatfey, Tuesday, July 4, a son. Mrs.
Mehall'ey is the former Miss Virgin
ia O'Brien of Oilton, Oklahomn.
Mr. and Mrs. Tyree Mehairey of
High Point are visiting the hitter's
Msters. Mrs. Jack Kobinson and Mrs.
L. C. Waddell, during the weekend.
Playing on .the Sayles diamond last
Saturday, Hazelwood won a 5 to
viKory over the Bleaehery boys. The
fiame was hard fought from start to
finish. Sayles making' two runs in the
ninth frame. Putnam , niitehnd ml.
ceptlonly good ball for Hazelwood
allowing nine hits but keenino- them
wen -eattereu throughout the game
He also fanned ten men. Some
dung unusual about Putnam's pitch
ing was that he fanned every man
that laced him, some time during the
game, witn tne exception of one man
Kobinson and Prevost led the batters
io,. Hazelwood, each gettinir two hits
lor lour tries, one of Kobinson's be
ing a triple. F. Brown led the Sayles
nailers wuth three out of live
Hazelwood was somewhat handfc-
capped with J. C. Burrcll out of the
game with an injured hand, and
( uiley Price out with an injured
Next Saturday Hazelwood will
'.ravel to Swannanoa to take on the
beacon blanket makers.
James Newton, Jr.,
Died Last Saturday
Jame.s Newton, Jr., four jvar old
-won of Mr. am! Mrs. Jamos Xewton
Brendle, died after a four month's
illness Saturday, July 1, at 11:00 a.
m. buddy, ;-s. he was knovMi to all
his friends, was born in Rockl'ord.
111. Dec. 15, lJ2fi, and was christened
a: the M. F., church there.
Funeral services were held at his
grandfather's home on the Balsam
Koad Sunday, July 2, at 2 p. in. In
terment , was' made in the family cem
etery. Rev. C. L. Allen officiated..
Buddy is survived by his parents,
one sister. Mary Elizabeth, and his
grandparents, Mrs. Ella Muse and
Mr. J. II. N. Brendle.
Little llower girls were Hazel I'ar
ns, Oleta McClure, Kuby, Edna and
Mary Francos Ferguson, Thelma,
Nellie. Mildred, and. Shirley Muse,
assited by T, V. and Richard Muse,
Kdwar,) I 'arris, Mable Shcolian, Maiv
ye. Junior Frank in. : n tic 1 In q
Hall, lb. . . .
Landers, 3b. .
W. Morton, If.
V. Morton, cf. .
Davidson, p. .
('. Brown. (Z)
Miller, (ZZ) If
AB R II
.5 0 1
34 4 U 1
( a Hits lor Hall in Oth.
(ZZ) Went in for W. Morton in Cth.
llAZd'JLWOOD Ali R UK
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
TABLES I' LAY OIL SI SO
OF TOURS AM EST
Much interest was shown in the
bridge touranment which opened last
night at the Hotel Waynesville.
Sine tables of contract and two
table- of auction bridge were in play
Mrs. Thomas, of St. Petersburg. Flor.
Ida, a guest at Da-Vista Terrace, won
high score for the auction players
ml he,, prize was a dress cleaned by
the Wavrie-ville Laundrv. Mr. f.'lrve
and Kiikpatrick and "Mrs. Thomas
M. Seawell had hi?h. score -'or he
contract players. Mrs. Seawell re
wived a pass to the Wayncwood
Theatre and Mr. Kirkpatrick was
giver, a piece of potterv. contributed
by Kay s Variety Store.
Proceeding the tournament dir.ner
wa-; served m the dining room of the
hotel. This wil. be a regular feature
of the tournament. No charge is
made to hri life players an. I dinner is
a i ved for lily cents to l1i-o ma li
nn reserv: t-:on-3 before bund
A special n.;ust has .xwu isitd
or bridtre nlavers to arranw their
utiles an.l notify Ms. W. W. Norman
before each p- rly. Playing must be
gin not later than Ht.'J'J o'cloc.'-:.
The ne.xit regular iiartv will be
held on Tuesday evening. JulvTl. On
ich Friday evening another party
will be held lor th hrnefit rf viitnfs
and others who were not able to reg
ister on the opening night.
A.niong the recent arrivals at Lak
unaluska are Dr. ar,l Mrs F M
Quillian and children. Miss Chris
tine and William Quillian. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sherril Leatherwood
an.l children, of Detroit, Michigan,
are visitiing relatives in the city.
tu, Mrs. Henrv Bridge
( h .i!otte spent the Fourth with their
purer.. s. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges.
Mr. C. W. Miller. Jr. of Lexington,
K r.tuckv arrived Sunday for a week s
visit to his father
Blaek Draught, as I Had Been nav
Inif bilious spells," writes Mr. Ci'..,s.
E Stt-vcus, of Columbus, Ind. "When
I spt bilious, I ffpl sleepy and tlre.l
1 .1.. Mirc noinsf mv n.-ii,.
r u,- awfullv dizzy. I know
lli.it I had better take
tli.it I naa oener imkc buiucih.:.-..
AOr I found how good Black-Draught
I si that Is what I have iwd. I giae-3
it' rids im of the bile, for I feel bet
terdon't feel like I am dropping
off to Bleep wery time I sit down.
Thstt. to me, Is a very bad feeling.
Sow vou can Oft Black-Draught in
the form of a SYRUP, or Children.
at his home on
Miss Minnie Burgin
for a week's vi-it to n
lantic City, New Jersey
lends in At
Miss Mary Barber
for ilmington where
cveral days as the
t of Mrs.
SOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED
I'nder and by virtue of it he power
of sale contained in a certain deed
of trust, executed by Harrison Rogers
' ;t ,,r a-
and Mrs. Charles Lee and chil-
i en. of Oviedo, Florida, arrived Tues
ay and have taken a cottage on Boyd
venue for the summer.'
Frank Hardin arrived Sunday
from Tampa. Florida to spend a twt
s' vacation with his parent
Mrs. W. L. Hardin.
wile, v ergie Kogers, to tne unaer
icd Trustee, I will, therefore, sell
o highest bidder for cash at the
( '(purthouse door in the town of Way
nesville. N. (. . on the 7th day of
August, 19.'!.). at ten o'clock, A. M.,
llowing described tract of land,
icing in Haywood County,
Fisher, 2b. .
Putnam, i 4
Prevost, lib. . , ,i
Cox, rf. . .1
BischolT, If. ;
Miss Fannie Campbell anil Misses
Daisy and Bes-ie Boyd left Saturday
morning for a ten-day trip to Chica
go to attend the World's Fair.
Mrs. Arthur Schulhofer, of Wash
ington, N. C is the iniesl of her
father, Rev. Thurston li. I'lir-e.
his home at Lake iunliwk
Miss Maud Brown of Hillsboro
arrived Tuesday '. o spend several days i
with Mrs. John Troy at. the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank FeroiKim
U.S. To Start
Fiscal Year In
with said conditional line
ory and birch and passing
and hickory to the top of
tain to a stake:
Attthoi ilios Aim To Spend One
Million Dollars Less This
niigton. - Uncle Sam sets out
on a new fiscal year tomorrow wit
a payroll shortened by the elimina
lioii of thousands of men and women.
Kven in foreign countrie- where
there ai American agencies will the
pinch of economy be felt, for the
Democratic platform promi of n i'fi
Rogers.. 1 he -pallbearers-" werrt mielo
of the deceased. They weiv: Theo.
Vance, Fred. Coiini..., Cla re.nce, and
Winners Of The
The following High School students
weie the winners of the Gudger
iiwaru tor the lirst term of school end
ing in J. uiuary:
' Mary Medfortl.
A blue Henry.
Krne.-t W hois, Ji
For the second term ending in June,
i ne winners ewre:
I. ore ne Lowe.
.Mary Willie Rotha.
These students nm ti
ula.tc.l on their verm-da
of appreciation is due Di
and a word
1. i. .
nc nas always shown in
and school children of
Mrs. Noyes C. Long, of Old If iekorv.
Tennes.-ee. arrived Saturday to spend
a 'month as llho guest of her narents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hnrdin
M rs. Charles E. Frazler. of AMnntsi
O.i orgia, arrived Wednesday to spend'
several weeks in the citv and is a
guest at the Hotel LeFaine.
Mr. and Mrs. Frwin Jackson nml
little son. Erwtin. Jr:. of Birmrno-iinm
.liaoiama nave arrived to spend sev
eral weeks at Lake Juiifihiskn
Mr. and Mrs K. V. Owenhv of C!iin-
ton, spent Monday and Tuesdav in
Waynesville as r.he guests of their
itughter. .Mrs. N. M. Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie have
as their guests Mr. an.i Mrs Mdvii,
Hayes and daughters, Misstv Mav
and Mclvin Haves, of Tfiwh lv,if
Mrs. Franklin .Dav una 1VI
Senter, who have been p-nest.s nf.Mrt
R. L. Allen fop the past week, left
yesterday for their home in Wnxd
ton, I). (', . . -
Janies Moore, Waynesville and
Lthel WriL'ht. W avfieSvillii
Virgd Robinson, Vanton. an
Marion Webb. Crabtrec Route one
end. May Raithbone, Crabtree Route
Frank Cat hey Early, Ca'nton and
Lura Bell Wells, Canton.
Ralph Long. Cove Creek and Leliu
W aynesville. To those student
high school making the highest aver-
uge. nr. l.uilger presents with a six
immlh subscription to the Waynes-
vn;tv i.iorary. a reward which the
you ng people seem very wo rt h-while
Among, the visitors here last week
were the following- .f mm r,aiiinn.
Messrs. S. M. Rohinson, C W Rh
Hart, Hov e Smathers. nn.l llv
S mat hers.
cent cut in I-ederal exnedihirea
hi'.s been carried abroad, too.
IHU.IOX DOLL l's- LEsS
I he a im is to spend a billion dol
lars less in the new financial vcar
lor regular running expenses. Ad
ministration oflicials sav thev will
hit -it he mark.
In the old established dep'artmcnts
nu inuepeiKlent ollices no opportu
rn tics have been neglected, the bosses
say, to save every nickel possible.
But .-.he "save-a-nickel" tnr ivb. Vinf
apply to the emergencv agencies set
up to conihat the depression. In these,
tne on iv limit is prospective needs.
First to be -hard 'hit is, na'turaily
persDiinel. There is the 15 per cent
wage cut, already in effect three
months. Then, hundreds of dismis
sals are being effected, while in other
hundreds-of cases the workers, though
retained, will suffer add
..... . i ... . . I'"V
ems uy imiKsition of furloughs.
-Among those persons being dropped
are employes of ."-0 years or more
service, who have Wn
tor pensions; men or women whose
nusoands or wives also hold Govern
ment jobs, and that great class whose
ei vices are no longer deemed nec
essary because their -woi-l- 1,, i,
terminated or curtailed.
lleginning on a buckeye , Rile
Green's corner. near the bank of the
cieek;- theriee down said creek to W.
IS. Noland's corner at the mouth of
a, hollow to a stake; it hen with a con
ditioiial line made by W. D. Noland
and T. II. Rogers to hickory; thence
h c.ii1 ,,,n,l i t u ,n nl linja n tiinl.--
thence up said moun.
to Joe Ledford's white oak cor
thence with Joe Ledford's line
ng a dogwood corner of A. T.
Rogers old line; thence with a condi
tional line made by A. T. Rogers and
Joe Led ford to a hickory on top of
mountain; thence with Joe Ledford's
line up the mountain to Gus Ledford's
corner; thence West to a rock corner
of Z. T. Ferguson and A. T. Rogers;
thence S. K. to the top of a ridge to
a stake; thence down the ridee to a
walnut in a rock bar; thence near the
creek to a walnun ; thence to the beginning.-.'
Excepting, 12 feet from
creek and excentinc 12 feet nn brunch
or use ot road to Joe Ledford's,
aid Led fowl to keep up all gates and
in -. Containing foky acres, more
Kxcei);ing from the above tract of
land about ten aeres heretofore sold
Rile Green by the said T. Harrison
Rog. rs ;s recorded in Book page
:11- Record of Deeds of Haywood
County, to said record reference is
made for the lanil-evpnivi'm) f .h;
deed ot trust. '.. ' '
Sa):, s.!0 being made pursuant to
the power of sale 'ontiine. in said
deed f trust, and default having
been made '.in the payments as set
forth in said deed of trust and being
remie ::cd bv th, Via1,1. e r.;.i
Of trust to .ell tho snmo
This the 3rd day of Julv, "li)33 '
G. C DAVIS Ti,t.f"
io. s Julv (M.1? ''1-97
NORTH CAROr.1V a
COUNTY OF HAYWomi,
Under and hv vtv,,
and authority contained,
tain deed of trust- ow -....' '
Black and wife, Lpi'I,, 's
Raleigh Savings R.,,'.J"f
Company. Trustep. .!,. "
of trust is dated March 1
recoraea in Book 90
Havwood Conntv p:' . ' -j1
havinp- hepn rna,l .,. '' '
the indebtedness tW; "
in the conditions therein
instrument. r?eor.k in p
480 Havwood C
on Saturday, July 2'J 'i;
twelve o clock noon.
door at Wavnesville -
offer for sale and sidi
idder for cash r1.,. f. .
All that certain i,;
tract of land contair.ii.
more or less, situate, '
in Waynesville 'Towr-i "
County, North Caroli :i
miles from the Town
and on the Wavne :
Highway, having suei; -courses
fully appear by relViv:y
thereof, made by J. y v
veyor, on the 20th d;
1920, and attached
now on file with th
Stock Land Bank ,
same being 'bounded
by the State Highwav
the lands of Miss M
and C. A. Black; on i
laids of Mrs. J. K. B
West by the lands of
en and Dewey Franei
indentical tract of la
deed from CD. Ki
Nannie A. Kilgore, to
date, September first,
being duly recorded
ino. oi, page dOb, in
Register of Deeds fo
ty. State of North Caru
reference is made fo,.
plete description and loc,
Terms of sale cash an
require deposit of 10'; ,
of the bid as his evidence
This the 28th dav of
r. a. Ki
, 1 (,"
JOSEPH L. COcKLUli
Robert Wenstein :m,l Vi,-..
W. Thompson, Attornev Ral
eigh, N. C, '
No. 76 June 2S)-July iLi::-2u
tri(h OF SEL'VirF hi- emi
MOSS l!Y PUBLICATION
NOTICE OF SALE I Mil ;
Under and by virtue of, the p ',
of sale Contained in a. certain if.
of trust executed by George. Hnid
(single) to the undersigned Trust
I. will, therefore sell' 'to- the hih
bidder for cash at the (Vurt H
Door in the Tow n of V:n
ftiv persons were reported lynchec
in tne united States during the first
six iiionins . ot the year, according (to
"kutj-s released-nv . k ,m
cipal of Tuskegeo Institute, nf Tin
iiiiiimi Mllll'lll III IT, -ii nWHmiiiiiir gftitoM... M
Here's Smiling Relief
mrs. n: ii. jrrv.'viCK.'v
PARTY FOR BR1DK
Ml-. W. H. Mefrnekpn Mitnrl.inv,J
t week with a lovely partv and
miscellaneous, shower in honor of her
niece, Mrs, A. L. F.nsW. .Tr .v,a v,
- ' ' " - liv -wv-
tore he., recent m,a rrinov, ,;, ii;,..
FdnaMcCraeken of OuMmn
Larkspur and sivwt Ma. in. h;...f
sliaile were elfewtively used in dec
orating tthe home. After the honoree
was presented a shower of many use
ful ami .attractive gifts,, th hostess
served a salad course with punch. .
South Will Go Dry
Morris Sheppard, of Texas,
of the eighteenth amend-
ne believes the "dry. south"
iTpeal ot the. prohibition
.' Stopping for brief visit in his home
. ,,. en . route to VVashingiton,: the
senator .said also he felt Texas wuld
retain its dry status. He said he
was confident thirteen " states Would
vote against repeal refrain from
vottng at all and keep the eighteenth
Amendment in effect.
- - - ' -''-.-- :
. jum !.uiiering trom common every-day aches anrl
Sparffr Ue"ssary, bVause Dales'
f;...uii quickIy and unpleasant after
S condition worse
, usuouy uimgs reiiei in a tew minutes,
'mi .yU,-n-r nS?? any, of tHe Orders Usted above, take Dr
rln HrR,m F they d0 not ve you greater rTlief in'
less tune than anything lse you have used, go to your druggist
and get your money back. 66
f A package of Dr. Miles' AntiPain Pills In ,r ..l;
aches anrl nain!. fpSW
25 Jor 25 cents 125 for $1.00
MAIN ST. NEXT TO MASSIE'S DEPT. STORE
At Smith's ou get just what jour Doctor orders, com.
pounded by a Registered Druggist, jet the price to you
is less at Smith's.
WE FILL ANY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION
TRADE at SMITH'S and SAVE
Ice Cream Special Quart 3-
Flavor Packages This Week- QC
north e.i;ni iva
IN 'ITIK ST7PVT?Tnr cnTrnm
ir i . m .. . .. u 1 .
.i.-ii.i ii.n j. i. vi AN
MARY MACK INMAN.
Th(. defendant above named will
will take notice that Summons in the
above, entitled action was issued on
'th of Jury, 193;. against the defend
ed. bv U O. livers, Clerk of the
Superior .Court ; of Haywood County,
"Inch stud action was commenced
aKain-stithedPfomini. .. y,..
of obtaining a divorce from the de!
fondant on Srntw,. -. , ..
.ifv-rt-,i , T e,uui".is ana tnei
"r't :"ani wni :take notice that
-..w .eijuireu- to appear before the
unlerf gneel at his office in the 0urt!
house in Waynesville on the 5th day of
September, 1933, and ansu-," JaI
he reHerl complaint filed herein or
Th tif lla!llled granted. .
.t ins the ..th day of Julv, 1933
... , r W. G. BYERS,
v. - ' !eTrlVf the Superior Court.
.No. .i a July 6-13-207.
C on the 17th dav of
10 o'clock, A. M.; the
scribed tract of land: 1
in Haywood Count v.
as follows: Beiiw I,o
10 of Block "A" of the
len property at Hazelw
and survev made bv ,1. (
April an, 1Mb-, said map ;
being recorded in the oil
Register of Deeds of Havw
ty, N. C. Beginning at .
corner of lot No. 7 an
61-70 East 50 feet to a
South 14-43 East 200 feet
then South 00-50 WVst i
state:; thence 14-43 Wen
'. Said, sale being made by
and authority contained i;
trust executed by George
recorded in Book 29, :aLV
of deeds of trust for Haw
ty and default having Iv.
said deed of trust and In
requested by the holder ot
of trust and note therein ('
sell said land. This the i
Mrs.' X .
(- of the
to a -take;
,1c: l of
'ij'' OF ZEAL
No. 74 June 15-22-'- 1
NOTICE OF EX EC I 7
l, ( n anrl kv- ... : .j. - - ..
and the power
tain deed of t,.. r ,: cerZ
m ' ,M nay ot
:u'd recorder tn
I'.age -...), HaV-.vnn.l CV,
STATE OF NORTH CA1M! .1
COUXTY OF HAYWOOD
IN THE SUPEIMO
Reo-ist i "-'ywood bounty
to T At XCCTU 1 y Hyatt,
It I1 Ill i n i 1 .
tk- ir..!..),. Pment of
secured therplw aA
Remand having been made by the
hoWer -w holders ;of the note? unon
Se f ftht,P;- d--ed in
will offer for a T 7i :uneigne.d
terms lc " K for cah or on such
itiiiis as to the intm.n,..j ,.
seems nron, r . 1,arues may
auetion nt '- ru,laD " a Public
neville V , v"u,t,"wus ooor in Way.
ntiiio, tliywood Count v VJ1.
scribed rea "t.thii follw.ng de-
X1!" the Town of Waynesville
AVes't sidrNr0" the
Hyatt's ami T.N Mksst ' J- R;
runs N9rth 18 S W a"d
to the Buel B HVatt n DUe 33, feet
with Buel B HyatM liner; then,C
on the -W J?1 ln.e. t-a stake
thence in a W v , lain Street;
Main Street 33 f.eI,yt dl.ection wit"
NIXG. feet t0 the BEGIN-
This June 28. 1933.
A. .MASSIE. Jr
No. 17 June 29-July 6-13.20
ilUKST BURGIN an
GIN, Trading and .Dolus
GRADY BURRESS an
By virtue of an eM-cti :
to the undersigned from .-he -r
Court of -Haywood (ot:i..y.: v
Carolina, in . the above -?' t
action, I will on Wednesday. -day
of July, 1933, at 12 oV -
the Courthouse in Wayne.-M ... ;
wood County, North Caro "".
the highest bidder for ca.-N t
said execution all the right, .
interest which said Gr:u'
and Mrs. Gradv Burns-. " ::
ants, have in the following -real
estate, to wit:
Lying and being in Haywood t
North Carolina, and BEGll.l
a stake on Frazier Street an'! j ..;.
78 W. 135 feet to a stak1: 'i'-'
18 10' E. 400 feet to a stake; t..t
N. 78 E. 45 feet to a st-c
Hall-Burres.? corner; tiic-r.n t.
Southerly direction a short .I'.nc -stake,
to the BEGINXINO
Street. Containing ?i -acu-. "
BEING the same land convev '
urady Burress by John Mine:
wife. Julia Bnrress. l:v (Iced
Record of Deeds of Haywood Cot
This the 8th day of Ju.ie, l'-T-J.
Sheriff of Haywood County, X".
No. 73 Junel5-22-29-July C