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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1934
By GEE McGEE.
MIKE OFFERS HIS SERVICES
flat rock. s. C, aug. 10, 1934.
the sure-hit yerb company,
deer sirs: benn infarmed that you
will pay 5$ for a testymonial with a
photo bragging on yore mtdieon to be
printed in the newspapers, so kindly
put me down and fetch, me 3 bottles
of yore wonderful yerb extract and
a photo-grapered. i will take yore
medison promptly and be ready to
sign anny statement you mought prepare.
BUT I CAN'T DO THIS ON THE
(go to (Eljurrlj mtimg
..I have about decided to try to run
my business a week like most cities,
some state, and manny town ran
their affairs during the past 8 or 10
i have sold my testy-monials to sev.
veral medison companies and it has
drawed a right smart of trade, i hope
yore medison (yerb extract) has
plenty of alcohall jn tame, as that
puts me on my feet quicker than any
other kind of remedy, i will take it
for anny dk-sea-e you mought sug
gest, such as livver. guld-stones.
roomy-ti.-m, and possibly gout,
which 1 have newer had before.
in other word- you all send the
medison yight down to my house, and
i will take sume promptly anil you
can follow up my experience right mi
the heels of the delivery of the med
ison, and if you want a picture of. me
"befoar and ;.fter.'' i can look vi-rry j
bad and suk oik- minuet ami look lime
und full of life the next minuet,
use Yore own ju)j.riiie!,t about how i
. .1 w i'l intall 3 electric pencil sharp
eners in each office, and hire 2 girls
to run them under the supervision
of a chief pencil sharpener.
I will exchange my present Ameri
can type phones for French phones at
several dollars per year higher. You
know, I can't talk French,
I will borrow and spend all of the
monev I can find, and issue bonds on
my place, sell a few short term notes
to pay for the losses which will take
place thf. first day.
..I will hire grandpa to open ami
close the front door. I will employ
my wife's X nieces a- page. .
to carry the invoices from the ti
liillimr rk-rk (my neph.-w-' ami
aunt.-) to 'lie as-ista'nt w i-hou
, ! rk m v wife's hmt h-in-!aw.
Paul Hardin, Jr.. Pastor.
The chlurch school assemble -at
9:45 a. m- Mr- Hugh Sloan is the
superintendent, and he extends to all
visitors an invitation to attend one
of the classes-
The morning church .service is at
11 o'clock and the evening service is
at H. The pastor will preach at both
services Sunday. At 11 o'clock his
text will be "Sheep of His Pasture"
un, ut K ho sneak on the sub
ject "Those Whom The World Call
The voune people meet at 7:15 in
Last Sunday we were pleased to
have more than four hundred visi
tor tn worshin with us. We aDDre-
ciated the presence of each one and
sincerely hoptt iat you ferived
enough spiritual benent trom tne
services to bring you back again, we
are always glad to see you at first
all be present to extend to them the
glad hand of greeting. Let us not
excuse ourselves with the thought
that the church will be full any way.
Should we not be there? Your pas
tor is expecting you,
Bible School 9:45. Sermon 11 and
Christian Endeavor 7:15. Mid-week
hour of worshiD Wednesday 8 p- m.
Wednesday evening let us take
time to pray. We are expecting you.
R P. WALKER, Minister.
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
KIKST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
"The Little Church on the Corner.
' i i i - WeK . iiie" Of course we art
'a I to -o many vi-itofs at our
lurch l.u' we, 'he mem' ers, should
SPECIAL MUSIC IN GRACE
Mrs. Clements Halleek, of Fern
Park, Florida, will sing: "As pants
the wearied art." (Mendelssohn) for
the offertory in "Grace Church in the
Mountains" at the eleven o'clock
morning service next Sunday, Au
The Rector, Rev. Albert New. will
preach on: "A Sabbath Day Dinner
At S A. M the Sicrament of the
Holy Communion will he administered.
The char h sclioul will convene in
th,. Parish H,u.-e at Id A. M
Everybody l mo t cordially invited
to all ou: services.
i .tand n fry high in our. comma
nity aiM if the niaiiny ,-o-, allied -. ick I
folks .-ee my pictcher :n tile paper,
tfty-t'ying ., ,re i ,-nia rkahle t.eat-;
metit alal yen.. they will; tWk to the!
d:. ug -:.: - iil-.e M,!.fM-un-(i do a
car pailr.l i:i 1'inai of a wa'ao !i -
drain. t wont be n 1 1 n vMc l',,r 1 1 1 j
to lc(,,ni,- poll y. and if you think
he.-t. i -,,.11 limp ai,, i.-oiu plain , f. r i
days pra t to tiie , Mining ..I' yoio :..!
ison. and then take - l,,i"!e. !h
"linn d IV, .u d : ,, . . .o: , ; ;L, , n ., ; (.,
I w.l! give uncle lio-'i and Coti.-in
S ::n I Kroth"- P l" ' 'I j.b- ill-
. i-r "nit the wai tdioii.-o floor, and
' vx that Friend Smith'- - '"'V-
! i 'heir work- we!!. ( II,. pr..mi-"-
i'i'-e n,y 1 l.ov h n he run- hi- bus-
CORN-HOG CONTRACT STATEMENT
" '2. 12 12 -, f
- i ' -r. ,.
NAME OF PRODl CEi: , 2 5 S
Fred M. Winfield ... . 192 40 40 S.O 10 14 (i,'5
Ralph Howell , ... 6 2 2 1 ; 2 22
R. L. Justice 100 5 2 1 4 1 27
S. J. Moody 299 26 16 7.8 6 4 46 40
George A. Brown 72 12 16 3.5
Jack P. McCracken . . . . . .1000 58 40 10.0 7 48
J. R. Boyd 160 16 25 6.0
The above tabulation shows the corn-hog contract statement of mem
bers of the cornhvtg control association of this county. In the report, a
statement is made that any person may make a written or oral report to
the county allotment committee if they fnnd any statement above which they
believe to be inaccurate.
The county committee is composed of C. C. Francis, chairman, Glen C.
Palmer and IL G. Reno.
We Are Glad To
. r That
THE FOOD STORE
Buys .. i. ;
Fruits and Produce
Southern Fruit Produce Co.
Asheville, N. C.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR BRUCKS BEER
Summer Flower Show G. A. Melton Of
Is Set For August 16! Ratcliffe Cove
I ' e .Vmi.I.i! r:"l!l.e: lloAer Slli w.
"li I ; '.he k'alde., (le Oil It 111"!!'.
o.e i ".:! u: 'y I hi , will' in- held
' Th i '. A u-a t I '. :i.
Ad :'oa, i- r.i V,,r,e--. ii-
r i i j t a
I uieo xiugusi isi
o U't'e.l '.o (III!
ie ll-f :
' iii i e I'm Jjn
I!y ,1. A. l-iane
Hn e In, ,!av Aiiu-! 1, about
. .. vni o lock th,. .-,al of .Mr. tl. A.
Al, Itun 'o k l!. llllt Id 'he 'clc.-tM
( i!y Iv.ery In art in Ua'.elill' ' 'ove
a iv in re- -ad a: thf pa-iny of this
.1 man He ,hod at t tie iioine of
- d j :.'- , , .M : - K. I!. Williams, in
ir c' a yv . i'. 1 le liao lieen in
I id. !ii'i:, ilea!'!! tv 'he pa-! twoyoa.r-
1.UU ! "
Your Money s Worth
When you buy Dixi Crystals Sau u,
th original cotton bg, yon know that yon. 4r
gstting FRESH sugar, PURE sugar, and sngu
rind under tn NBA hy Amaricart labor.
FULL WEIGHT CCTARAHTEED
Our Everyday Prices On
ME A IS
1 , ! H
e- h 1
Per Pound .
I'er Pound . . .
Lamb ( hops
Per Pound .
Leg o' La ni l)
Per PoOnd . .
Per Pound . . .
1 1 i .
1 a. 1
S I! s
da.lih , -
pet imia.s . .
: 1 ,'
li 1 1 in -. r .un"
a;, - pi e -el
tint i" I inlii iii .
lee' urn annual
lie. trnir rVaha.
In 'he KaU
c i a. 1 llel e he
,i- death 11 v . was al
.'. all eiiurch serviee.
of old a.ie prevented
t ! at tf iii 1. He was a
oral eontrihutor to all
and " took an active
peitainini: to the
1 IK) i
i rjfuiar am
part in eVeiyih
!;e.-t inte; e,-t of the ', omiiuinitv H
! espieiaily devoted tu tht, yaunjt
people' of the eonimunitv" and was
loved hy all.
The home of Mr and Mrs. Meltou
w i a!v..ys open tn leceive- their
ne:L'lihor.s and friends and e.-neeiallv
I the pa-tor- of the ehurch
We invite ou to inspett our meat market every tjihu
is IlliAM) NEW. The niot nicdern refrigeration ;
tern that rioiu'v can buy has lieeli instalk'-d to keep till i:,!!
iiieaW !'i -li. (;ir Mr .Mehal l ev will lie gl:id to -1" vn
BuFiin's Dept. Store
22. Ilest iollee.tion .x.ses
2nd . ...
' 2:5. I'e.- t display . wild flowers
l.st . . . ,"..-.'
2nd . . . ..............
24 Most attractively appointed
breakfast tray . ......... .75
Commercial' or Professional Class
lpt. prize on all entries, blue ribbon
2nd. prize on all entriesK red ribbon
All entries must be made by twelve
No prize will be awarded unless at
least two competitors are entered
under any named class.
Any winner of sweepstakes for past
two years will not be eligible to com
pete for sweepstakes prize.
Further information may be ob
tained by calling any member of gar
den committed . , .
Chairman, Mrs. R. L- Coin. Mrs
Rufus Siler, . Mrs. Carroll Bell, Mr.
Wilford Ray, Mrs. Diana Shoolbred,
Miss Carolina Alsteatter.
Wife: Henry, did you mail that
letter I gave you to eend by air mail?"
Henry: Why, darling. I did my
best. I whistled to the airman to
come down for it as he flew over the
house but he went right ahead. I
think it is high time the air-mail ser
vice was investigated.
His work on earth is done.; Many
heautiful thinirs are said of him. He
i niY was a noble Christian gentleman-;
l-,lu 1 11 .L... .- .1.
-q hiul emulates an uiai is wonn wnne.
lie is survived by his viuow; who
has walked by hLs sidP for almost
sixty years, eight children, two broth
ers and two sisters. He also leaves
a host of grand children, great grand
children and friends to mourn his
Funeral '-services werP held at the
home of Mrs. Williams On Thursday,
August 2 at 2:30 o'clock. The pas
tor I- A. Rhinehart, officiated, as
sisted Rev, Frank Leatherwood and
Rev. Thos. Erwin, a former pastor.
The high esteem in which he was
held among his friends and neigh
bors was manifested by the larg
number which attended the funeral
services and by thP beautiful floral
offerings. He was laid to rest in
the Ratcliff Cove cemetery beneath
the most beautiful mass of flowers
ever looked upon.
The companion of his youth. th
companion of his old age and the
children who nursed him so faithfully
are bowed down with grief over th
going of this loved one and sigh,
"Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand,
and the sound of a voice that is still.
"Precious in the sight of the Lord
is the death of his saints."
There will be a business meeting
of the Woman's Missionary Union of
Haywood Baptist Association at
Clyde Baptist church Tuesday after
noon, August 14th. from 2:30 to 4:30.
It is hoped that thy officers of the
association, the officers of each Wo
man's Missionary Society, the circle
leaders, the counsellors of young peo.
pie. and members of the literature
committee will make every reasonable
effort to be present. Also anv
active members of the W. M. U- will
be given a warm welcomP if they are
interested in missions and want to
cooperate in an effort to organize
missionary societies in the Baptist
churches of Haywood county.
Prior to the meeting proper at
2:0, it is requested that the W. M.
U. officers of the association meet for
a short conference. All members are
urged to be seated in the church a
few mimutes before 2:30 as we expect
to begin promptly at that hour and
close at 4:30.
CARD OF THANKfi
We wish to thank all our friends
for their highly appreciated kindness
during , the illness and death of our
beloved wife and mother.
W. B. Murray and Family.
Rhode: I hear you bought a car
and that it's a rattling good one.
How about it?"
Rhodes: Yes. it's a rattler all right.
When I drive it it sounds like a skel.
eton having a chill on a tin roof.
For bilious attacks due to ooostl
pation, thousand of men and worn
en take Tbedford'a Black-Draught
because It ia purely regetable and
brings prompt, refreshing relief.
"I have used Black-Draught," write
Mr. T. L. Austin, of McAdenvWe,
N. C. There la a package of it od
my mantel now. X take It for bili
ousness. If Z did not take it, the
duunu tnd btsdach voald pat me oat
of btuloeu. It It the qalektrt medic In
to ttUt-n m that I know."
rtmly Tegetable Laxative
"CHiiDiM uu m mur
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You Will Always Find Royal Scarlet
Products "Reliable" And They Cost
U. C. Williams Co.
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