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0 / 75
AY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1937
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Newspaper Advertising Is An Investment, Not Speculation
. Rrded to Monday Noon
of this Week).
et al, u J- iveeu,
taker, et ux, to J. C. York,
et ux, to R. F.
Williams, et al, to A. J. Wil-
j. Williams, et ux, et al, to C. C.
ux, to Andy
B. Khodarmer, et
, N. Cabe. et ux.
J. R. Morgan, et ux, to W. L. Hor
din. G. V. Fulbright, et ux, to Myrtle
State of North Carolina to Graham
K. Hobbs, (Com.)
Jiauae semmes O. Perry and hus-
band to James A. Hudson.
I B. F. Smathers, et ux, to
Mollie T. Shoolbred, to Henrietta
J. P. Snyder, et
Carty, et ux.
' Central Investment Corp., to Harry
, L. Merryday, et ux.
1 Ernie Crymes Reeves to D. Reeves
J. K. Morgan, et ux, & F. W. Milk
to A. P. Ledbetter.
ux, to D. L. Mc-
. a., n -ei
f M. Cagle. et ux, io duuto r .
dert Katue, ei ua, i,u vgucn
- ... . . nr.. l j .
X. aru, (Lorn.1 jiassty lanus,
bn of Hyde.
5H R. Kinsland to John H. Kins
East Fork Township
A. P!es to R. 0. Kelley and J. H.
Ivy Hill lownship
lihur Lewis, et ux, to Ernest B.
Card?, et ux.
Jonathan Creek Township
S. Harrell, et ux, to Herman
W. Rogers, et ux, to J. F. Jus-
et ux. j
fcm A. vampDeii, er, ux, 10 w . c.
Sumasene H. and Kenneth Brim-
18 R. L. Prevost.
dene Howell (by Com.) to R. L,
i White, et ux, to Virgil Size
M. White, et ux, to James White.
Lie) K. and W. F. Swift, to David
thin You Feel Sluffgiefe
i dose or two of Black
atht. Feel fresh for a rood
.Work teemi easier, life pleasant;
wt jou ire really well free from
bid feelings and dollnesa oftea
rtr nearly a century, Black
mfttt bu helped to bring prompt,
tattni relief from constipation,
nauidj of men and women rely
Standard Accident Insurance Company
i n.inion Ueicmber 31, 1 ;i U,
Amu::t of Capital pai.l up ni
''"h l.jKMSJ i)J
Amount of l.e,irvr Assets Herein-
Iwr 31 st of previous year .... 1 S.2.1S, 1 2 (O.S
Ino onie Kr.,in I'oliryhoUlera,
U.i'Si.-sas.Sj; MiiK-el loneoua
14.24T.02; Total ' 1 .. i:t.!js J. 2 (
DisburwiiirntN To 1'olirj hol.iem,
7,M-ls,i,si.3ii: ToUl 14,JJft.l7.7j
Value of Heal Kstate i l.JiJ7m
I MortKiiKe I.narts on Real Kstate 37.4l-. Hi
value of Bonds ait,! .Storks .... 1 1.4 1 7.044.1s
i isn in loinp.im's Offiee
I'eposiU III Trust Companies an.l
Hanks not on interest
Deposits ill Trust Companies ami
Banks on interest
I'remiunis in course of Collection
Interest ami Kents due and a.'-
Bills He.-eivalile . .
All other Assets, as detailed in
statement . ,
THE OLD HOMF TOWN!
. By STANLEY
f HOLO THAT POSE .' -n - t "
rNOW ELMER, SNAP fc" - i
THE(9 PKmjr?e-'FORC, . f
VJE GET TH(?OU6H YOU - rV ' x
HAVE YOUR PHCTo ALBUM f ZZ sSHO
FUU- OF SNAPS OF OUR- l JTTJ'Sgr SWWW'
AT LAST OLC MAM TINre HAS
FCOND A WAY TO PROTECT J'Ti
THAT 8 WATcUMELON HES , '',. U'.'sy'v
oroaa40 for -me seldem e;.-j.-f
c.tv FA.g ,,,, , L:;'4yy:'
tMr - ar-" w
(As lUirded to Monday Noon
of Thin Week)
Ernest Ensley, of Gay, to Augusta
Grooms, of Hazelwood.
J. B. Lee, of Waynesville, to Letha
Mae Early, of Hazelwood.
John VVyatt to Helen Lee, botli of
M. H. Kirkpatriok, of Clyde, to Ger.
aldine Few, of Greer, S. C.
Howard Hall, of Clyde, to Anna
Gene Swaynim, of Waynesville.
Sometimes a woman who boasts
that she wouldn't marry the best man
in the world winds up by marryinjr
one of the sorriest.
91. '22.. 13
1 1.1,317 4ij
Less Assets not admitted
. . 3o7,auii.!o
F- NOSE DROPS
in 3 dayt
Ileadaclie, 30 min.
'm--Worl(('4 Beit Liniment
la extra-Important for
rang through the change of
t18 needs the very
owtjhment to fortify it against
0 are taking place.
!a ases, Cardial has proved
to many women. It in
r? aPPetlt and aids diges
EiZrV.more complete trans-
Eto to. 1,110 hYin tiasae'
j ta improved nutrtUon and
l's Fix Their
Total adinittri) Assets . . .
Unpaid Claims, ..............
Kjpense, lmestu(jtioii, and Ad
jtistment of Claims . .... . . .
Commission, Hrokeniire, an.l other
Salaries. Rents, Kipenses, Hills,
Arvounts, Kees, etr., due or
accrued , .
Hstimated amount of Federal,
State, count,' and munici
All other Liabilities, as detailed
in statement ..... . . . . . . . .
. i(,4'. )..! 1.34
S,I.-,0 .991. r
Total amoujit of all Liabilities
etcept Capital .......... $18,730.801 .53
Capital paid up 1, 450, (180. 00
Surplus over all
Liabilities . 2,30!,1.10.81
Surplus as regards Policyholders .1,782. 1 9.81
Uses Cement For Ferti
lizer; Hoeing Is Tough
Joe Gray, of Georgetown, Ga., said
hoeing was unusually difficult for his
negro farm hand.
Gray said the man recently mistook '
a sack or concrete tor fertilizer and
mixed it with the soil. Then it rained
and now the effected area resembles a
Notice Of Sale For
TOWN OF HAZELWOOD
On Monday, September 13, 1937, at
12:00 Noon, at the Courthouse door
in the Town of Waynesville, North
Carolina, the undersigned will offer
for sale at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash the land of the
following property owners for taxes
due on the said land the Town of
Hazelwood for the year 1936.
Total Liabilities . . $20,4 9:1, 1 .34
Accident. Premium Rec'd , $.-,13
Health, Premiums Rec'd.,$4l6; Losses
Paid .... . . . . ...,..$ 121)
Auto Liability. I'remiums Hee d., $lti,lD.
Losses Paid 17,1 1.1
Liability other than auto, Premiums
Heed $9,077. Losses Paid l.SlH
Workmen's compensation, Premiums
Kecd., $42,038, l.osse. Paid ..... 19. .100
Fidelity. Premiums Heed, $2.00.1,
Losses Paid ;...'., 9,6
Surity. Premiums Paid. $29.S70,
Losses Paid -1 70
Plate iflass. premium ltw'd. $1.1.1(5:,
Losses Paid .................... . 699
Burglary' and theft, Premiums Rec'd.
f l.slfj. Losses Paul . . ... 743
Auto property rlamaire. Premiums Rec'd.
$7,734. Losses Paid ............ 3,f72
Auto collision, Premiums Rec'd. $.V26,
Losses Paid .;. .... :, 607
Property damaire and collision other
than auto. Premiums. Rec'd., $374,
Losses Paid , 44
Totals. Premiums Rec'd, $1.1 2. 3 .12. ;
Losses Paid ,......,... . . . .$54,124
President. Chas. (1 Bnwen; Seceretarv, . F.
S. Brown; Treasurer, L. K. Kirk.
Home Office, Detroit, Mich.
Attorney for wrvice : DA S C: HONEY, In
surance Commissioner, Raleia-h, S C. :
Manager for N'orth Carolina, Home Office.
STATE OK NORTH CAROLINA,
(Seal) INSURANCE DEPARTMENT .'
. Raleigh. July -i. 1937.
I. DAN" C. BON'EV. Insurance Commissioner,
no hereby certify that the above is a true and
correct abstract of the statement .of the Stan
dard Accident Insurance Cottioanv. 'of Detroit,
Mich., filed with this Department, showing
the , condition of said . Company on tlie 31st
day nf December. ,1936.
Witness my hand and official sell, the , day
and date above written.
PAN' C. HONEY.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
are worn through,
am wnm rr jj
- "viiiun UU1U
m. - m"co iict;a De ais-
'v,. means mat
ready for our repair
On Monday, October 4th, 1937, at
eleven o'clock, A. M., ' at the court
house door, in the town of Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caro
lina ,the undersigned Trustee will sell
at public outcry, to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described lands
and premises, lying and being in the
town of Waynesville, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina.
BEGINNING at a stake on the
West side of an alley, corner of lot
sold C. P. Patton, and runs with his
line, S. 68 degs. W. 137 feet to a
stake in the center of a branch; thence
up the center of the branch, 100 feet
to a stake; thence with the line of a
lot sold Gudger Obey, N. 83 degs. 30'
E. 125 feet to the edge of a street;
thence with said street or alley, N.
17 degs. 30' W. 125 feet the BEGIN
NING. Sale made pursuant to power of
sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by Lou Love, dated
October J5, 192.1, and recorded in
Book 8, at page 2, Record of Deeds
of Trust of Haywood County.
This September 3rd, 1937.
I. R. MORGAN,
No. 643 Sept -16-23-30.
Atkins, H. B., 1 lot .... . .
Albright, Frank, 1 lot .
Ashworth, B. L., 1 lot
Black, C, A., 1 lot, Bal. .
Blalock, W. D. Estate ..
Byrd, Earl, . . . ,
Central Investment Corp.,
Central Investment Corp..
Central Investment Corp.. 1 lot 1D.01
Cole, J. W., 1 lot ....... ..... 4..-S2
Compton, Pink, 1 lot 16.139
Conard, Arthur, 1 lot . . . . .
Curtis, J. C, 1 lot . . .
Diggs, C. C.,. 1 lot
Eyles, Mrs. Gertrude .
Fisher, Mrs. O. E., i lot . .
Grimiball Brothers, 1 lot . . .
Gramball Park, 1 lot ....
Hendrix, Harriet, l lot . . .
Hensley, Mrs. R. C, 1 lot .
Hyatt, Harry J., 1 lot . . .
Miller ,L. Arthur, 1 lot . . .
Moody, H. B., 1 lot . . . . . .
Moody, F. J., 1 lot ......
Morgan, J. R., 1 lot
Nichols, R. L., 1 lot
Ray, Roy C, 1 lot. Bal.
Robinson, Richard, 1 lot , . ,
Scates, Robert I... 1 lot . . .
Scruggs, Homer, 1 lot ..... .
Underwood, Frank, 1 lot . . .
Walls, George F., 1 lot
Ward, George H., 1 lot . . .
Welch, J. C, 1 lot
Whitner, W. A., I lot
Withers, E. L., 1 lot . . ...
Withers, W. A. Estate, 1 lot
Wyatt, John, 1 lot .........
Underwood, S. L., Estate, 1 lot 16.46
Jones, Mrs. W. D., 1 lot 7.62
Howell, Alden, Sr., . , ........ 11.41
Smathers, R. I. Estate, 1 lot . . 5.71
To the foregoing taxes will be ad
ded penalties of one-half per cent per
month beginning with the Month of
February, 1937, and the cost of ad
Sale made pursuant to the laws of
North Carolina arid by order of the
Board of AWermen of the Town of
This the 13th day of August, 1937.
G. C. SUMMERROW,
Tax Collector for the Town of
Ni 636 Aug. 19-26 Sept. 2-9,
. . . 18.00
. . . . 9.60
, . 5.14
, . 1.20
Finds One Man Who
Didn't Come to Way.
(Fort Lauderdale Free-Press)
Feeling our duty as a reporter rath
er keenly on this particular morning
we resolved to get this mans story so
we boldly stepped up and braced the
gentleman as follows:
"Sir, pardon me if I seem inouisi
tive, but there is something about you
that is strangely unlike your fellows.
We do not wish to pry too deeply into
your past or into your personal af
fairs, but we represent the FREE
PRESS and we believe that our read
ers would like to know about you."
"You mean," said the man, "that
you don't know who I am?"
We were somewhat shamed by his
manner of asking this. We felt abash
ed that WE, a reporter, should be so
ignorant; but nevertheless we were
more than ever curious so we asked
"Sir," we said, "our negligence is,
probably unpardonable but who are
"Why," he replied with a disgust
ed look at our ignorant self, "I'm the
citizen who didn't go to Waynesville,
N. C, this year."
21 Kaptized In City
Park Pools Of Atlanta
When 21 sought membership in his
Temple Baptist church, in Atlanta,
Kev. George McCarthy was undis
mayed by the fact that his congrega
tion only had a tent and sawdust Moor.
With special permission from the
city park board, he trooped them to a
park swimming pool and immersed
On September 16, 1937, at ten
o'clock in the morning, proposals will
be received for the heating of
an addition to the Pennsyl
vania Avenue School building, in Can
ton, North Carolina. Proposals will
be received in the office of the Super
intendent of Public Instructions of
Haywood County, in Waynesville,
North Carolina. Plans may be re
ceived from the office of Lindsey M.
liudger. Architect, 52 Carter Street,
Asheville, North Carolina, no deposit
being required. All plans and spe
cifications must be returned with the
Consideration will be given only to
the bids of Contractors who submit
evidence showing that they are licen
sed under the enacted laws of North
Carolina to engage in the business of
Plumbing and Heating required by
No bidder may withdraw hi? bid for
a period of 00 days after the opening
A bidder's certified check for 5 of
the bid must accompany each bid. (In
lieu thereof a bidder may-- offer a
certified check for 2',"c of the bid plus
a bid bond of ten thousand dollars
($10,000.00), conditioned upon the
faithful performance of the contract
ami upon the payment of all persons
supplying labor and furnishing mate
rials for the construction of the pro
ject. The Owner, the Haywood County
School Board of Education, reserves
the right to hold the bids for a period
of 60 days from the date of the open
ing thereof, or to reject any or all
No. 644 Sept. 9-16.
Jewelry, Rings, Teeth. Crowns,
CHANDLER & CO.
First CIa.se Watch And Jewelery
Waynesville, N. C.
W cany a lartj ilock and con
rapalr. raplac. racontUHoa old
on, and actually mak now
iprlnq to hhI your IndirlduaJ
rqulrmata at any lira. W
clock all parte.
Hoadquartsr tor Mooa-SL Louis
Klctrically hoot boated tooted
prinj tho last word In ipriaa
construction. Soo your local
I 1 MONI
160Q ' i 1 1(00
BODY 6 RADIATOR WORKS
wve the Ovntt tf Acetdmrg
MiviLtl N C-
Talented Prisoner To
Have Material Censored
Ernest Booth, who has spent twenty-three
years of his thirty-nine years
behind prison bars for various charges,
was freed last week from a California
penitentiary. In prison he wrote
stories, which smuggled to the outside
world, gained him a literary reputa
tion. One beearm the basis for a
movie. Henceforth whatever he
writes must first be submitted to the
California Parole Board.
kyeH KjAinln.il Ir Appointment
Ula-M-v Fltto-I Telephone 201
V o n h u I t
DR. It. KING HARPE
12714 Main St. WellH lildjr. Canton, Pf. O.
Boos as Spies
A German general says -'bees can be
enrolled as spies. They have strong
homing Instincts and cim carry mes
sages by means of varying colors
painted on their backs.
100-M FEET FOUR-QUARTER
Perf erably 90 Days Dry
Also Butternut Logs Delivered To Our Mill
LAKE JUNALUSKA, N. C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT fire insurance policies number
564 and 566 of the Atlas Assurance
Company of London, England, requir
ing for their validity the countersig
nature of a duly authorized and li
censed agent, have been lost. Since
these policies have not been regularly
countersigned, issued or accounted
for nor any premiums received there
under by this company, they will be
valueless and void in the hands of
whomsoever they may fall and any
claim thereunder would be illegal and
fraudulent.! If found they should be
mailed J. F. Satterlee, Special Agent-
Central Union Bldg., Columbia, S. C.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY
No. 642 Sept. 9-10-23.
Want Ads are one cent a wrtrv
for each insertion. No ad is
taken for less than 25c.
FARMS TOR SALE
HAYWOOD COUNTY, 135 acres, Kich Land, Pigeon River near Cruso.
100 acres grass and cultivation, watered by springs and branches.
Orchard, 700 to H00 Irees. 2,000 bushels of apples now on trees. Two
cottaRes. Large .barn. $4,000.00.
TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY, 285 acres on United States Highway
61. Part river-bottom land. $4,000.00 cash.
JACKSON COUNTY, near Cullowhee College 175 acres, 70 cultiva
tion, 25 level. Orchard. Cottage, Barn. Spring; branch and creek water.
Inquire for price on last tract and particulars about all, but state
how you want to make payments.
The North Carolina Agency
78 PATTON AVENUE
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
FOR SALE 12 milk cows, 10 calves
and one fat hog, weighing 300
pounds. Also good grade Short
Horns, Hertfords and Guernseys,
from 2 to 8 years old. See Lee V.
Rogers, Clyde, N. C, Route One.
FOR RENT New apartment in home
of Mrs. G. F. Boston. Call 310-W.
STRAYED A white Persian cat,
from 220 Church street. One grey
and one bluo eye. Reward offered.
Mrs. A. T. Boyd, Mrs, Rufus L.
Allen, phone 8. '
LOST A PIG White, six weeks old.
Reward offered. Notify Dave Cabe.
FOR SALE Used Christler parts,
1929 models. Clarine Allen, resi
dence above McCracken's milk dairy. "
The basis of all wealth, is real estate. Many of the
best and most consistent incomes are derived from the
ownership of real estate of value farm lands, or city
BRING US YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS WHETHER
YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OR RENT.
L. N. DAVIS & CO.
Insurance Real Estate Rentals Bonds.
PHONE 77 -:- MAIN STREET