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THE WAYNESVILLE MoLMAtKEER
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, m
tP c :.c o-u)ffi Cc pc
ha trvi .st, tjiir.tv Hum ut met turn
( HAI'TLK V i and said Huo was .jii ute -phone.
HAIL I'OK TMK M.UUJL'I.S j I.ola brtfhtcned. "Oh. Hiiro! Hes
Twenty minutw later, a taxicub probably free." She hurriod to the
deposited I.ola at th,. door of her villa phone.
in Beverly Hills. She heard voices "Hello, you pour darling- Where
and sintiinsr in the living room and, j re you'.' Come up her,, rijrht. . .
She stopped .speaking in amazement
a- a torrent of mixed Italian 1nd
KnRlish sputtered out of the reeeiv
( Hut. you re all wrong. Huea, I
told you it was that Spae,. liar. -
Huiro. don't t dk like that. . . Oh, so
vou think I'm a common eheai) little
peasant. . . " l!ut her voice turned)
airam to pleading: "But, Hut;o. you ve
Rot to believe me! I lied so Hroan
would send the money. . . Why.
vou ean't talk that wav to me !"
turned her .-terms in that direction
"S.i. banc." she heard the voice of
th,. in.su i a nee .-ah smut .say. "we ought
to get jroing. We don't want to get
caught here "
"Oh, nuts to her-" .-.aid the voice of
Miss .Mac, a little thicker than Usual.
"She Won't pet back for hour- Jt'
he doesn't' like it. 'he--"
"Well! " said I.ola. stopping in the
Miss .Mai' cot ui. startled, and came
teetering- towards her- '.'Some of myjA.cain her anger w
friend.-, iiisl drooned in for a little i tenderness "Huif
Wrink." All right, if that's the way you I'l l
I.ola dismissed the matter. She had aiiout it.. you big Neapolitan toma !"
other things mi her mind. "Where I.ola slammed up th(. 'phone, li '
is Pops?" eyes binding with iigerr Seem :..
"H, hasn't lucn lie re all evening."; be getting rid of a lot of people to
"What's the matter? I id this gang -day - " she m uttered - as .-he enured
drink up all the liourbon?" th,. hall, She stopped on the thiesh-
Ws -MacdiMv herself up brribng. hold. Standing there very humbly,
"J -J.-' l-eeaus- I'm -in your employ "twisting his hat in hand, was Space
l.ol.'i broke in impatiently. "I've r Hanlon. He toucheit her ai in humbly .
goi. to lui 1 1 Pops, and get hold of : "I just came to say good-bye. You
ii.O'JO. I- there th.it much in the. win. (Iiilette tiled me."
in --; gc
ly to her
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Lesson for February 4
PUTTING GODS KINGDOM FIRST
t.HSSON Ti;.T-Mmtht ..3.
;OL,DE.V TKXT -Seek first ih
ktn'ilom of Lot and his r-tlileout-n?.s.
ami all llie.s thillKs Fliall be ailrle.l un.
to vnu Matilipw rear
I'KIMARY TOPIC -.(.us 'Jll r,f
("i s I ;( i f.
H'NJuJ: TOPIC - In ,;.,. , of (t.
I NTKP.MJM l ATI .' AMi sl.NIOK Tul'.
I1' -SfrvoiK CinA .Mat-tfr cnl'.
nir.v! ' (ii'i.i-: am) Aidi.r - j -1 - -
' I'ui'iiuj 1 i -I Th-ngr lit -!.
I l.n in;
I'm r.ot I ru t i'd with
itfair-, I don'; know."
i-i: I r.:w- 'u're '.
I went i!
. i dialed
"Oh. I guess you ciui get another
j"h all ight," ,-;iid I.ola -nlfering :i
'.uiiiir,. of ,"ii-cience. "A lot (.f K'o
j!e t (! I to think you ;,rr elevel !"
"No. I ..ol.-i ( )!:c,. j oil iv tired from
M.inareh. i -ort of puts a tab on you
'" ' li!-.'bu:ne - Hut tba''.- all r.gl;!.."
He toll.. Wed I ila mournfully i.aek
. i. "' o rii. i oMii. -lint lui! w , : are
V I e..i To ,;-.- die I . j ,., I ...
... I I-' I el
se I forth in Ihe prexiotis
i-liapler Hie stii ndards of Hie kingdom,
'liri-. the king now fxhinits the nn
ilerlyitig irineliles which eomt ol i he
sulde. t ,if i:,e kdiirdorn.
I. As to Giving hrl I).
l'oiii- :ilni- Oeiore men is not eon
' iii ed I tail world eont r.iiliei
M;. i nou hni i he .loin- ,,' hem
I"' Iliel, lo he .in, ol 1 Ill-Ill. il
r.l. ; j .u. a in, j i ,,
I'll - i he I' ' ' I,''! o! I lie he., V , 1 1 y la
A$ to Praying ( -
fhe v; of veil ;nle,-; -, 111
elll h d.-,i.l v ,. v,.f ,m ,
eiv.ve ira,er. In oi-ie-
I I li.-- i-i li ieliden, y ne
i I '..'-e ,, , U , '.! I
: - .a
. MARRIA;K I.If'KNSKS ISSUKI) .
Paul R. haunt r, Waynesville. and
I.i'iiut: Robinson. Canton.
I!-.,--, v Karlev. ( ove ( rvok and
Be.-.-ie Sutton, i itt.aloochee,
U. H-dland and ('..mill:. Turner,
r. .-. -: ( anton.
O-beine Fester, colored, and Hehe
Ii: .me, citiorttl tHjt'i of avnesviile.
HerDt i t Hunter and t.lara iitdl
Price, both of Whitp Oak
Sherman Harris and Antiie Jiho-
uiriiiiT, both of Hemjihill.
Uoctor: "I'm sorry. .Mrs. Brown, but
1 have to tell you that your husband
will never be aole to work agnn. '
Mrs. Brown: "I'll go and tell 'im.
It'll cheer him up."
Walker (in lint argument): The
pedestrian wa here first, vou have to
Motorist: es. anil so was the In
dian, but where is he now?"
Aunt (a! home part.'l: Whatever
i - the flint t -. Tom my '.'
Richard E. Plott, deceased, of which
Estatp the .-aid defendant is a bene
ficiary; and the -said defendant will
further take notice that he is re
quired lo appeal- at the oflicH of the
(Jerk of the Superior ( ourt ot said
I ouniv m tne ' ourtiiouse in Waynes
ville, North Carolina, within ten days
from rehruary 1. iy;M, and answer
or demur to the petion in said
liroi'eedtng. or tne plaintiff i will ap
ply to the Court for the relief therein
This the lsth dav of January. 1134.
W. (i. HYEKS.
Clerk Superior Court of Haywood
Coun'v, North C'arolinai.
No. 1.":; Jan. L'.'i-Feb. l-K-lo.
'eiic n n: i v : "''here'- one
r i they made nie have
The Sundae ,-cho ,1 te.-iehe.- ,..!-, '
th,. child-. ;i to -write down the nain-.s!
of their fiivoiit,. ii aim . One little
giil wrote down:
braham l.ineoln married a. Tod,
nd was onci ij-ked why hi.s wife's
pe.-pl,. did not spell their name with
:u if,. T. 1,1, which would be more
:ir:-.t..eratir, "Well.'' he :in.swe!-ed.
"'e-d -pelU his name with one ;:
I gue.s whii.,' good enough for
' e,,..,l en, nigh ;'m- a..."
M'l I ( !; (IK SIMMONS
' 1 '"Ml 1 . I ; o I . I N A
i 1 Wot ' 1 1 I ( H'N I'V
i x i n ;- r i'i:i;ioi; , ur 1:1
- i'K' i 1. I'Ui i '!: ' 1 1 1 . i
i -. I - .;.--. , ....
NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS, W. F. Bell and hi.s
wife. Francis Annie Bell, on the .iOth
dav ol July. 1SU7. made, executed ami
delivered to . 1. harp, trustee, a
deed of trust conveying the land
therein and hereinafter , descirbed
to secure the payment of the
indebtedness therein recited, which
.said de?d of trust is duly re
cot ded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Havwood Count v in
Book 18. at page 2o7; and
WHEREAS, the said W. T. Sharp,
trustee as aforesaid, died on or about
the Cth dav of February, ISI2H. with
out having performed, fulfilled or ex
ecuted the trusts received in -aid deed
of trust ; and j
WHEREAS, the under.signed was,
by an order dul entered by the clerk
of th,. sujieiior court of Haywood
County in the proceeding entitled
"Ciuriiey I'. Hood. Commissioner of
Banks, v. .Mr-. Francis Annie Bell,
et als. ' on tin.- J2nd day of January,
19.'! I. duly appointed to act as trustee
deed of trust and to
described as follows: BEGINMN-f,
at a .stake the East edge of the cor
crete walk on Bridge Street, the
. corner of W. P. Ford's A
Willis lot, and runs with the hord hn.
lour calls as follows: N. HOVj" I
122 feet to a stake; N. E. 07'
feet to a stake; N. 21" Mr 41 fee' t.
a stake in West margin oi toad 1,.
ing out from Ford s barn; there,
with the West margin of the said roa'..
and passing said b ord s N. E. cornc
N- JO' W. to the S. margin of sai,
Street 14 feet moi or less to the N
E. corner ol the lot conveyed bv th.
Bank ot Canton to the said A. I'
Willis, ot which this is a part; the
with the East boundary line ol ,.-ai -lot.
S. ,"0" E. 22oVj feet to a .stake n
the Hoke old line; then with .sa
line, S 4"i" W. 70 1-U feet to a stak.
in Southern Railway Company's line,
than with its line, N. SGy" Wr. 1st.
feet to a stake in the East margin .
Bridge Street N. 1 .-j E. to the B.
ginning (Excepting lrom the abov
described boundary, a small lot form
erlv sold to W P. I-ord. per Foixt -d.K?d.)
1 This the 24th dav of January, 19:;,
W. R. FRANCIS,
No. 155 -Jan. 25-Feb. 1-8-15
in the aforesaid
execute the trusts therein
the place and stead of the
Sharp, deceased ; and
WHEREAS, default ha.
in the payment of the :r
secured by the aforesa;d dn
whereby the power el' .-;
contained has become - i.,
th,. iioidt i of the li, .'--' !
cured h iving dirc-u-d t
(if ed o' 1 - JS! lie foler !',.-,. :
NOW 'Ml i-i II Ir l-'Oii ' ir:
,r: i, ' i : i..,;-.-, r . h
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SAI. ii
On Monday, February 19th, 1 !..". i
at eleven o'clock A. -M., at th,. cou:
house door m the town oL Wayne.-
ville. Havwood (,ountv. North Car,
lina. I will sell at public outcry to tt:
liighest bidder for cash, the l'ollowii..
lands' and premises, being in Uv
town of Waynesville, N. C:
IIKCINNINC v-n a stake, .In,
I'wa it's corner, and on the east si,i.
t.f Sniafhers Street, and runs thenc
Smith with Smathers Street 33- fee
to a stake (now corner of Lena .Hee-.
and Kate Reed lot); thence runnin.
Fast in a line pareUel with the sou.-.
Ixiundary line of Lena Reed and Ka
li, ed lot. 72 feit to a stake on Rice
1 ml Cfeil:; then North and with sai
feet to a stake; then.
feet to the BEGINNING
feet .-trip ol" t.'inj off 8
t;:t i of ii lot conveyed i
I and Kale Reed by AT.
, I wife. Jennie M
'.I...',! date l .Fanuiii".
.:-.'. -d ;ti l!o,d-. 71, n.-!.,-
II, i.-e ;:' I .-.,!.
.., , g: .
f f " s S ,
wm-mmm VV'1' - " Wifely
fiai lst f Jl I
Inn vt .mi .,1 lore and keepeiil of my p.r-onal ;in Xiii - s"f77TcT" H atTlTTT
( t.teii i. mil
at: t lll.-t '
i I ire; Br,
!. il ;nill
.:' u 1 1 1 i
in-'- in I
d I'd g,
Gil let l
,. , h.n ng
is why I.ohr hasn't appeal
entt ; v
wei! - g: u
ed on h-ciiti
at hoipe until th
I won i toieraie---'""Just,
a minute, please." Mi
lelte spoke into the Ediphone,
Wt. llanlnii in here i ii'ht nu-iu-
' Yo i in.. ah
Hit I .
f locatitru. Sc
the e: ra.- .oii-
production a nil hav
l.eon ii il can
Pops did not lciiix hi- bei'iigerrncy.
"It - disgi aceful. (iiillette. , Jlujjo
conies froiii a title noble family--" :
lie stepped speaking as Space Han-
ion liree.efi in. with :v '.Morning, 11.
E displaying, headlines in the . pa.
per- under hi.s. .im. Honest, il. E-,
ever .-co anytiiing -,. ! e a u t i f u 1'.' T he
A.. P, sent .out ten , t hou-a nd'' Words.
. with moreto come." .. . '
Gillette .handed him '.Lola's -'-letter
"But lliiit is. liot so jirutty. I know
it s tile sort of. stulF vou've been huild
. ing her "up. on, but I've, kept telling
.vou sue s a nomiislK'U. and the- mm
ute you start meddling in her per
. sonal atraii's, ihe'll gooff." .. . .
'Binelli's nd moie her personal af
fairs, than one of those sheen dorrs
He'll bite the hand that feeds him one
. ol tfje.se .days and die. of distemper.
That's the swell item about Burns.
She's great, copy because shP don't
Know wnat sue wants She Wants a
different something every week, and
that means a story"'
"Yes, and some day it'll mean a
walk-out and you know what thit
tosts., We ve nivested ..over a million
dollars to put her where she is- Will
you let u.- get a little of it back first?"
"Okav. H. E."
"But how am I going tn get it hack
when things like this happen? It
costs us exactly seven--thousand -dollars
in overhead to cancel that loca
tion this morning. Now go and
square yourself with Burns-and let's
put an end to thi? nonsense "
Space made for the door. "Watch i
me tend to that dame. She's putty 1
in my hands." He saluted Mr. Gil-1
Jette with a cocky gesture 1
Loretta entered Lola s living ruom
' ' he tl! --t intela i.av ,,nt.
l'houiiiit you could LMe hei
r-on ; ii eouti ,. of 'bom-- a- Ion,.- 'vnn'iv
belliger- ,':,, wuiK'ing today, li s the We'inan's
Gillette,.! Home .Companion--.".'..'
Ivu-mese. " h th t. X-ainds nire. Snace!"
'Mi'iet ly women '- si off. I'hoto
grapn... i oo--: ,-toi y alu'iut you in" your
"wn iioittc ju-'t a on,- natural Und sim
ple ,-elf.- '.';'
, " You -mean w it h me cooking nd. .
and my favorite rfvioe-. . . "
"Sui-e and walking.', in .'y...'.ir gar
den, you f.'ivorite liaoks, and advice
10 young girl-. I just brought ; -her
over as my last olli. ia! ;ict." ,.
'List ollicial act!- .ah) 'L,il'a'. .''de
risively.". dragging him '-iiver to the
i deplume. "We'll see 'about that
: "Hey: I.ola: Nol , What arc vou
goillg t'l till?" - ;
. . "She dialed, 'a' nunilier. ''Mr 'Gi
should have; discussed this-' with
me. tirs,.. W. (.' all los.v "ViUr temjiet
some tunes. ,". Hello; . . l,nl Burns
tiilking.. 1 want Mr, Giilette." ;
"Pflon't .want you to do that.. Lola.
oui,. ;i oig star it will ni.-ike vou
look '.-foolish, v ... ;
"I'll d c what 1 .. Hello I
This: is .Lola Burns. ls. Air. Gil
Well. vvhen h" comes back tell him not
to pay any attention to that letter I
sent hiii this morning. It was just
"Gosh,. Iaila." siiid Space. "I
1 can t say anything just now. I'll go
put anil send in .Mrs, .Tit-comb. -'
Cce, Space. I . . I don t mind
about Hugo. You were right about
him... I found Out what he was-" .
Vou did.' What happened?"
I tl rather not talk about it. But
it was having to call up that sweet
Iambi Jim Brogan. in the middU f
the night and "
Bvogan! ' scrowled Space. "What's
that Turk got to do' w-ith this?"
Well, he sent, over kil. thw
thousiind dollars!" ' . . .
.Inn Brogan did that? 'Yeah. I
can imagine he'd like in out von
under a three irrand ohlnrnt inn
I.ola beiah tn e-et m-j,l
that out of purP friendship!"
ttesaoout as tin re . ;is
Lola ilared up at that.
' V ou get out of here, .ami keen
out of my personal affairs. Space
Hanlon!" He beat a hastv retreat
(To Be Continued.)
I I V. As to Earthly Riches i , lit J I ).
I he I or, I I, !;,- : lie i . , 1 1 , i: a I i,m
" 0,. h w,.m, lie tall in- -, hildren at
tie-)' iil,-ri:n.iue and 111" ;in,..j in
Which I Ili'A w .01 III ltv, ; I,,.;-, .(ore l,e
set lorili Ihe pniier aiiiiiiile loward
e.i rt Ii ty .o--e--lnii--.
1. file liilllll'e of eaiillii rieiies
(li. y, 'J.l i,
a. I hey are tin, ertain (it. I'.i. ai).
K.'iri hly I re.'iMii-es crroile. and tn.i' lie
la ken If, mi iis.
I ' . I' ! 1 1 lire -cdilel ive V. -Jl 1. I'lil'i-j,
calltal ("eltes deeeilt'til (Malt. 1":'J"').
Il i- tint wrung to pn.-ses earildv
Ireasirres. bin when earllily iteii-iires
po--r-- lis iliev If'conie a sti-ire lui
-.' I'he etleet at' eartlilv ri.-lie- vv
. a. - 'flie) Idunl. lite inoral iliel -,:i';.
Hill . iel'eepliolls (VV,. 'J.'li. :'li,t-e
i'.o I iim-i niii' eii.'inidred Willi the thiii-s
of , flu- xviorld si,.n. heeoini' iil'e-;o:i-ive
to . -piril Hal; - t liitii;-.-
b. They render- sen ice mill and
voni (. -11.. s -.ion .a ones liearl
is slolen liy riches, lv is arnli; t eil r.ir
spiri I mi I sen ice.
V. As to F.ntli in the Heavenly
Father (vv. . :;n.
1, IIP mil a nxinlis ii boiil fund ;iii,
Clothing ( v. lo he rdled wirn
anxiety eimcei'iiiu; food and el, .main
a. shows ihstra.-i of ;,i.l (. .".oi.
b. It is useless (v. ;;l) Anvieiv
brines ns absolutely noihing.
c. It is heathenish (v. :;'). T'lioe
who know (.inl as tlm lovinu' l allier
will lie free from anxious care
-. Be snncerelv aiivious to seek the
kingdom of God ami serve him (v
J.!, 31). llus means that world n'
fairs should be Miliotdtnateil tn spir
No-matter, how pr.iiiiineiu or limv
numerous the advocales of error iua
be, that is no reason wliv von should
espouse it. Personal friendship js u,
thing, friendship for error is ipnto sm
God s Name i
As l'hidias contrived his mechani.-m
so that Ins mernorv could never be ob
literated without the destruction of hi .
work, so the tresl name of God Is
intrrweveii In the texture of nil Uiat
he has trade
l...e, ' C- il-iller l.l'.I'.-
! i t ' .1. t- c '.ecu'
d l-.-l I). ,"-lli ,-
'el ' Bo--:-. -'I- lo
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' foil I ,,J I! t I-.,.. ,el'e, ,r: ,ii, V . I I a - e- ', , - . I
: TO Tra af 1 m iAW CkiAk .Mt. ash. r
RKMAIN HEALTHY . USK COMMON SENSE
Miiiiia- i.,Mied h public health bureaus conlirm (ho belief (hat illness reaches its peak
(luiniu (Ih- umler (imp, and especially dun hp, sudden cold. It's nood sense to forestall
sukiu-s In ketpm.o m touch with your dorter. Alwavs briny- us votir prescriptions.
't qui I'lescription Miuht Cost More Klsewhere lint It Won't He Better
I'HOXK Hi -
Better Be Sale
Than Sorry. . . .
We write all tvpes ol In
surance in old line com
panies at lowest rates
Lite and accident, Fire,
lornado. Burglary, Auto,
mobile. 'Plate (ilass and
others. Expert advice and
Artests in all phases of
IJoauty Work. ( onie and see
for yourself. W c carrv Helena
l-'or thit ".A -live .years, The VVaynes
ville 'IMiarinat-y has' heeli irivine- eon
tiiuious service to Wiiyne.sviHe and
cimmuiiity, and today, even ;:t'ter the
loiijr service, is ivewjrn izotl as one of
the leading )ih;trmacies in the western
pa it of the state, having- modern equip.,
ii'iciit und utl'i rinu' sei x ic.e that has
lieen htiilt liyMa years -of experience.
The Wiiynesy ille rhiirnii'cy was
1'iiililded by a .li'ff'erson Reeves and
later was-. taken, over and : laiiau'ed by
' Hr, M, II, Kiev.' until about IS
.months, airo. when he retired because
of failini health.' The business is now
owned by Mrs. M. II. Reeves and is
maeac'cd by her sen .led' Reeves and
I. H. Th:u kstoti . who has been with
the 'firm for 2i ye.'irs,
Amoi-.C Ihe "many leaVlitii;- In aiid- of
;mediciiu's and r. -le.lies that ale tar
i ied. by the stol e, the- N'yal aii'eiicy is
one of the ' leading t'eatutes with the
It is inU'iestiiti;' to niite that a Con
servative .estimate ?how s that 1 39,1 1 7
new pi e.-ct ipt ions have been filled by
the firm since. it-was. established. This
does not include the thousands of pre,
.-ciipuons that navo been refilled. Ho.-.-ides
presci iptions. the finn . hais ;i
h.rire volume of fountain trade, which
is catered to bv It. . Uurnette -who
lias been with the drug- store for. the
pa-t 10 vears dispensing; sodas
One ot the objects of the firm is
to. produce prescriptions' from the best
of materials ami keep down the ex
pense to a minimum..
Are You Having
This weather and motors
(hat are not tuned just
ritfht don't get alont?. He
tore you take further
chances drive in and con
Kulus dordon. Mechanic
At Depot Phone 18.1-W
No Use Shop
hen one stop at "the
biffsest little store in
Mavwood County" can fill
your needs-with quality
merchandise at economic
C. N. Allen Co.
Phone 18 Hazelwood
WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK?
- e sae .u monoj; we save you time: e save vou worry; and e Kuard vour health bv khe morteni
sanitary methods p use in laundrying vour clothes, ( all 205 and let u help you.
Waynesville Laundry And Drv Cleaniiia: Co.
.. " PHONE 203- ' '""' ' '"-