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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1934
THE WAYtffcSVILLE MOUNTAINEER
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
May McLean Smith
Lawrence I.. Smith.
The defendant above named, Law
rence I. Smith, in the abcve entitled
action, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled above has been com.
menved in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, by
the plaintiff, Mary McLean Smith,
against thP defendant, Lawrence I.
Smith, for the purpose cf securing
judgment against the defendant for
an absolute divorce on the grounds
of two year's separation; that said
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to be and appear
at the offir- t,i the n.rb r.t tU e
perior Court. Haywood County, N'ortti
Carolina, at the Courthouse at Way
neville on the 13th day of October.
complaint filed in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to thj court for
the relief demanded in her complaint.
jn-s tne zist day of August, 1934.
w r. pvrct
By Clerk of Superior Court Hav
w--od County, North Carolina.
No. 240 Aug 23-30-Sept- 6-13.
By GEE McGEE
THE POLITICAL MEETING IN
..a our ctate campane , mteting was
hell in flat rock friday and from what
the candy-dates said, we wont have
to pay any more taxes after they
tret tieckted. they will reduce every
thing to the core and turn off the
highway department, consolidate the
legislature, assylum, railroad com
m'tsh and the penitentiery-
for ail present, but a crowd of bol
sum moore's boys got to drinking out
of the barrel full of same and when
the other folks got reddy to quench
their thrL-t. It was all gone except
the peace of ice, holsum scolded his
boys a right smart and made them go
home. as he did not want them so
far away from their ma. they Were
-.a:J of the politicians made it plain
that they were running on the rose
veit platform and that they will sup
port all of his measure.- including
-'ow of trees from north dakoter
to south ameriea the cwa and the
nra ar.i the tva and the fuirin dett
i.-.ws with europe.
It is to labor, and labor alone, that man owes everything
possessed of exchangeable value. Labor is the talisman
that has raised him from the condition of the savage;
that has changed the desert and the forest into cultivated
fields; that has- covered tjie earth with cities and the
oceans with ships; that has given us plenty, comfort and
elegance instead of want, misery and barbarism.
all t.f the car.dy-d--. te.- rpoke but 2d
.-ptkcis; night came n befoar the
cniirm .n trot to them ur.ner count of
there bc:r.g manny of them trying
tc get a job which has no work in
"- ey walked around amongst the
! and shuck han-U vigerouly
with ;ve! ybo :iy o!il enough to vote.
:na K!sj 4S ' bibii," ' -:
:'. ItMUlature isii'.dy-dates will
heir, the ow farmer and the poor
fa.ti.rv worker and the poor mer
chant? and the uu'ir rich f.jlks who
h-Dt'eii fj he living in the state, in
ether words, they will be so gentle
towards everybody that it will be rail
pleasure to pay the .-mall tax bills
that thev will levvv on them.
..there being no further business be
foar the meeting, it stood adjourned,
all of the politicians enjoyed them
selves good and they hope to carry
the f.at rock boq sollid. it took the
poleesman 4o minnets to clean up the
goober hulls they left where they
fnoke aasoforth- come again, boys,
after vou get taxes cut as much as
A TRUE STORY
..Terry Conner is a cousin of mine
bv marriage. He has one wife and
thic children. Terry and Sallie are
home-loving folks. They have al
wavs wanted a "pl-ice to live," and
have teen saving up for 4 years for J
the purpose ot buying a home
yard, but it has a nice trun rack,
and also a cigar lighter. There .s
no bathroom in it, but all four of the
doors have pockets in them. The
heating system is lacking, but it bai
Timnk-fTi iirnitMjn. Esh LrtrariEge and
will make 70 m. p. h- uphill.
..Thev have 2 velvet seats in the
living and sitting-room, tnd it has
2 horns :n addition to 2 windshield
wipers. They are well prepared to
take care of their kinfolks when they
come: it will carry' 2 extra passengers
(in addition to the family) without
discomfort to ny one. They keep
their home under the ehed just in
the rear of their (rented) house and
it has never teen wet yet-
. .Terry and sallie have been learned
how to run the home, but Terry says
Sailie uses too much gas. The run
ning expenses ought not to be so
heavv: it has free-wheeling as well
as hi-draulic brakes;, and the tires
are kept tull ot wind, wnicn is aiso
free. We congratulate this family
on being aoie to live in tneir own
home at last, and we hope that they
enjoy the s
sweat of their brows for
manv.manv vears ; certainiv
new model come; out.
mike Clark, rfd.
yore corry sp'Vident'. my. mike
Clark, rfd, was chairman of the meet
ing and he took about 10 minutes to
intro-duce the speakers, but it looked
likte the crowd enjoyed him more
than they did the others- he will
possibly run for govvernor next year,
and he took this opportunity to thank
the voters for all past and future fav-vors.
..Terry w.irk. haid, Sallie U eco
nomical and the children do not "ten
cent" them veiy excessively. In fact,
they pull together, and each one
ye-rned for the day to come when
they cp-iid buy that long-looked for
home. That day arrived last Friday
and now they own a home of their
"Learn to mi no.' V said Uncle
Ebeu, "but don't let It git to be sacb
a habit dat you refuses a chance to
. . Teny and Sallie picked out a lovely
little nest and paid all of their sav
ings for it, viz: $733.23. It has 4
wheel brakes self-ventilating wind
shields and extra heavy balloon tires..
Thev -seem to enjoy living in their
new home To tell the truth, they
have lived in it over half the time
since they bought it.
it was planned to have lemmernade . .Their bungalow has no front or back
Monthly Fains Relieved
Women who talcs CARDUI u&vs
found that severe monthly pains
have been relieved and that by
continued use of It for a reasonable
length of time their strength has
been renewed and their general
health Improved. -
"I m (ltd t ipk few fdf far
Ctrdul, iht edieint I hT Ukea far
mk, nm-n condition, for bid atina
ta mr id u4 back ul for IrreraUr
perlodi," writes On. &07 Cfcmndler, of
CaueU, Alt. "Cwdml trJfhtcn4 mm
st ul I felt 100 ytt ccbI bctur. It
ertlal belr4 m."
Tbouuiidj of women testify CutgX
benetlted ihtm. If It dou aot beac&t
SOU, consult s phytlcltn
NOTICE OF TRUST EE'E SALE
Under and by virtue of. the power
of sale contained in that certain Deed
of Trust executed by Thomas L- Bla
lock and wife. O- M- Blalock. to Insur
ed Mortgage Bond Corporation of
North Carolina, Trustee, under date of
December 1, 1926, securing the indebu
edness therein described, said Deed
of Trust being recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds for Hay
wood County in Book 21, at page 17.
default having been made in the pay
ment cf said indebtedness, and at the
request of the holder or holders there
of, the undersigned Trustee will, on
the 6th day of September, 1934, at
12:00 o'clock noon, at the Court Hotrse
door in Haywood County. North Car
lina, offer for sale at public auctioa..
for cash, to the highest biddv ihe
followir.g described premises, to-wft-
Certain real estate situated in the
City of Hazelwood, County of Hay
wood State of North Carolina, and
described as follows, that is to say,
BEGINNING on a stake at the in
tersection of Laurel and Poplar
Streets, thence S- 73 E. 130: feet
with the side line of Poplar Street
to a stake; thence North 17'
East iSo feet to a stake; thence
N. 73' W. 150 feet to a stake in the
Southeast side line of Laurel Street;
thence S. 17 W. 185 feet with the
side line of said Street to the BE
Ginning, and being the same lots de
scribed in a deed from W. 5L Pruitt
and his wife- E. V. Pruitt to Thomas
L. Bialock and his wife. O- M- El a lock,
dated October 5. 1917. and regi.-ilsred
in the office of the Register of Deeds,
for Haywood County, North Caro
lina, in Book No. 50, at page 136.
This the 2nd day of August. 1934.
Insured Mortgagp Bond Corpor
otion of North Carolina, Trustee.
By Johnson, Rollins & Uzzell,
No. 235 Aug. 9-16-23-3T..
6fi6 Liquid or Tablets CtiecR Materia
in Three Days. Sure Preventive.,
Royle & Pilkington
Achievement - - -
Workingmen are at the foundation of society.
Show me the product of human endeavor in
The making whic the workingman has had no
share, and I will show you something that so
ciety can well dispense with.
We have the deepest appreciation for those who have
worked faithfully for us during the past year.
Unagusta Mfg. Corp.
HAZEL-WOOD. N. (Y
"Nothing Takes The Place of Leather"
Junaluska Cut Soles .Make Walking Economical"
Junaluska Tannery Cut Sole Department
HAZELWOOD, N. C.