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No, I didn't git to go to the Med- I itty razors in pertickler," I replide . .
ford Re-Yoonyun , . an' in order to "never seed one what wuz safe yit,"
save bein axt 100 more quesehuns
by members uv the tribe, I gess I mout
as well state why I didn't 'tend.
In the fust place Mrs. Abe got so
intrusted heels over hed in that Hill
Hilly Weevin' uv "hern she fergot
to cook enny thing yes, sir-ee! She
'lowed as how I mout complamize by
takin' 'long a watei -millyun an' a loaf
o' lite bred; but I sed I'de carried out
that fer the last 2 yrs. . . ontjl I node
fokes wuz alreddy savin' that we never
et enny thing 'cept water-millyun an'
lite bred. An' I jist be-durned, if I
wuz a-goin" to do it aig-in no, sir-ee!
2nd place Uncle Abe fergot to git
a shave Sat. before. So, I struck out
to a naybor's hous an' horrid an' ol'
safe-itty, EEZY-WHISKERS I bleeve
wuz the name uv-it.
Now, I never cood mow my whis
crs off lookin' in a glass. Sum how 1
alius git to admirin' myself, lookin'
so mutch like Aberham Linkern, that
before I no it I'm off on that Gettys
burg speech . . an' bein' so flashy
"If ye want to see whir a hawg has
bin stuck, come into the kitchin an'
take a look."
Reezen No. : Then when I'de fine
ly got the blud stopt with 'bout
a ''2 page uv newspaper pasted on 1
side o' my face, I thavvt I'de slip out
at the back door an' git starid (ye
see, I wuz a-feerd I wuz a-goin1 to
"Aint-chu a-goin' to shave but 1
side o' yore face?" It wuz Mrs. Abe
aig-in, as she histed a winder an'
Well, I felt uv my face, an' shore
a-nuff I'de startid off like that with
1 side o' my face clurd an't'other left
in standin' timber, that wuz the sad
"That looks hole lot wusser than
jist takin' a water-millyun an' lile
bred," she said.
"Thai's a witch 'round here some
whirs!" I shouted, "caze this day's
be-witched an' all that I undertake, to
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Boiled Cucumbers with Egg Sauce
Peel cucumbers. Cut in half
through center, and remove seeds.
Cut into cubs, add boiling water, and
cook until tender. Drain and pour
over the following sauce, using one
cup for about two medium-sized or
1 cup milk.
2 tablespoons lard.
2 tablespoons flour.
1 egg yolk.
1 teaspoon lemon juice.
Salt and pepper.
ye sic I'm moast shore to nip a peece 'do.
out o' my dubble chin.
Enny way, I hadn't made more'n a
iloz. licks that mornin' , . 1 think I'de
got down whir Linkern sed they'de
come to "dfddy-kate. to the'livin'
ilither than the ded," when lo an' be
hold I saw the bind a-runriin' down
over my chin in .'! .places. It wuz
t'nclc Abe I saw imw .not Linkern,
an' t hi ii kin I cood feel the bind trick
lin' down 'round my waste-ban' I be
come alarmed. Fer the next U0
minets I wuz ingaged in konservin'
what little blud 1 had left
."Well,-aint-chu a-goin' to the Med
ford Re-Yoonyun, so's ye can git to
cross the Mediterranean?"' hollerd
"Damn the Reoonyun an' safe-
I!ut J wuz de-terminod to go enny
how, an' turned to git in my Ford
when thai' it wuz, a flat! An' what
wuz wuss still, no pump.
Rememberin' how I yooce to blow
up fars when I wuz a boy with my
oan lung power, .the i-dee struck me
that I moot put my mouth over Uv.'
valve, hold tite, heave to an' inflate
that darn casin'. So I got down on my
all 4's to test out my "Free Air" appy
rattus, .list 1 long puff an' all the
air I had wuz gone! I wuz still down
nil my all 4's, tryin' to deside what to
do when all of a sudden sumboddy
wuz a-holt uv me lil'tin' up
"Sakes alive! what's the matter?"
It wuz Sawyer. "I thawt-chu had
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JEWEL 8-sh. ctfl.
SIIPH 10-lb. bag
A .IP I'AX. r
ANN PAGE I'I RE FRUIT
KASI.'H.ERRY OR STRAWBERRY. 1 LB. JAR 21c
MILD AND MELLOW
Lfttuce or Beet Tops To Cook
Select tender young leaf lettuce or
small beet tops. Wash thoroughly.
Plunge into rapidly boiling water and
cook uncovered until tender.
Drain. Chop, Season with salt,
pepper, and butter. Garnish with hard
cooked egg slices and serve hot.
To make, put in a buttered casse
role a layer of apple sauce, then a
layer of cookies, stale cake, or Gra
ham cracker crumbs. Repeat with
apple sauce and cookies until all are
used, or you have your casserole fall.
Top with a generous sprinkling of
sugar, either brown or granulated,
bits of butter and cinnamon. Bike
only until hot through.
This may be turned into a refrig
erator dish by using whipped cream
instead of butter. Let stanJ overnight.
Wash and peel parsnips.
water until tender. Cut lengthwise
into slices about one-half inch thick
Dip in beaten egg or in milk and flour.
Fry in a hot skillet wll greased with
lard until brown on both sides.
8 O'CLOCK Coffee
BUTTER l ib Jar
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MEDIO! OR FINF
GRITS - 6 Pounds 25c
GRAPES, Red Tokay 3 lbs. lOc
BANANAS, golden ripe, 5 lbs. 25c
White POTATOES 10 lbs. 19c
;!i cup sifted flour,
"t teaspoon baking powder.
1 1 teaspoon salt.
::4 cup sifted sugar.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
1 cup jelly (any flavor.)
Sift flour once; measure. Combine
baking powder, salt and eggs
in bowl. Place over smaller bowl of
hot water and beat with rotary egg
beater, adding sugar gradually until
mixture becomes thick and light-colored.
Remove bowl from hot wa
ter. 'Fold in flour and vanilla, Turn
into lfix 10-inch pan which has been
greased, lined with paper to within Vi
inch of edge, and again greased. Bake
in a hot oven (400 degs. F.) 13 min
utes. Quickly cut off crisp edges of
cake. Turn from pan at once on cloth
covered with powdered sugar. Re
move paper. Spread with jelly and
roll, Wrap in cloth anil cool on rack.
Jellied Tomato Bouillon
1 package lemon gelatine.
1 bouillon cube.
1 pint boiling tomato juice, strained.
1 teaspoon salt,
'i teaspoon paprika.
1 teaspoon onion juice.
Dissolve gelatine and boullon cube
in boiling tomato juice. Add season
ings. Turn into shallow pan. Chili
until firm. Cut in cubes,
Chop a small onion vt ry fine and
mix with two cups carrots cooked
and tut into matchlike strips. Sea
son with salt and pepper and turn
into a frying pan containing enough
hot butter or lard to cover the bottom.
Fry until delicately brown. Garnish
with parsley for serving.
A New Apple Butter
. Vt pound nut meats.
pound seedless raisins.
1 pound brown sugar.
Mix ingredients and place over fire
with just enough water to keep from
burning. Cook slowly for hour.
Then add sugar and continue cooking
until thick; pour into sterilized jars
an I seal.
This recipe doubled makes .'i pints
of apple butter.
bin pizened with carbon-oxeye, er
sump'm, seein' a how ye wu. lyin'
at the heels uv the ke-ar like that."
Sututinie aiter 2 I wuz .redely, to
travel . . . but hit wuz then too late!
FLOUR Iona, 24 lbs. 81c
THAT DAWG STAR!
Well, Mr. Coffey's dawg star must
a-moved back, caze hit's not rainin'
noer so mutch 0' late.
Now, Mr. Kditur, Unkle Abe don't
k'.nm ' to be a proffet, nor the sun o'
one. altho 1 yooce to give a few blasts
on the rani's horn an' paw 'round in
the pulpit (I never did jump over it,
imitatin' Billy Sunday like sum did.)
Stilt I think I no 'bout as mutch
consarnin' the sines o' the times as the
average feller . . . an' that's dog-on
As a boy on Dad's farm down in ol'
Arn Dtiff I hunt that when a dawg
jaried the house a-scratchin", he had
fleze; an' when a cow-broot give her
tale a switch an' tore out for the
shade, pawin' an' bitin", the flies wuz
a-givin' that cow-broot the Dickins.
Also that when a yung sprout, com
nier.ct to sprooce up, shave the fuzz-off
uv his face & so fourth,' an sidlin'
up to sum bashful country lass . . ,
that boy wuz a-fallin' in love heels
over hed. Then too, when a cupple
o' preechers come to our house fer
supper rite then hit ment 2nd table
an' the leavens fer me.
I cood go on an' on, givin' samples
uv theze little, pracktical lessons I
larr.t, but that's a nuff. But I never
did lurn 'bout the sine o' Mr. Coffey's
dawg star, i. e. that the dawg star
moved over 'long about the 25th o'
July. O'course, I'de alius heerd that
if it rained on that day, the 25th, you
mout look out for 6 wks.
Mr. Coffey sez that fokes can laff
an' scoff at theze ol' sines all they
pleeze, but that theze sines p' the
moon an' stars wuz put here fer a
purpus , . an' that fokes better be
bleevin' in 'em.
h' old rtlobt omona in
aacl -powders, proven good
for more thon two generations.
Coll lor.it and rid our home
of pells. In the sifter top can
la tnok. il easy to vs. for
and all insects that crawl
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NOTICE OF SALE
More sines I've seed lately
"DAG WOOD $1.75 LOAD."
"MRS. OUTLAW'S IXX."
An" this I saw t'other day near
"ED'S PLACE, ROUGH AND RUGG-
7 ED; .. 7 .
1 BUT ED'S W IFE DON'T HUGG-ED."
On Monday. October 1 1th, 19117, at
11 o'clock A. M. at the court house
door in the Town of Waynesville, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, I will
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the following lands
and premises, lying r,nd being in said
BEGINNING on a white oak on the
East side, of State road (now North
Main Street) corner of Lots Nos. 1
and 2 and runs N. 9 dog. W. 8 'a poles
to the middle of the road; thence along
at center of said road N. l-" deg. E,
5 poles to a stake in the road; thence
N. 4:i E. 10 2-'? poles to a stake oppo
site plum corner; thence along the
road N. 55 deg. E. Ki' poles to a
stake in the middle of the road near
ti branch opposite a large white oak;
thence S. 4S deg, E. passing through
the large white oak .'il'a poles along
the branch to two maples on West
bank of the branch; thence up the
bl anch S. 47 deg. E. 17 poles to a stake
near a maple in the divisional line
between lots Nos. I and 2; thence
with the line of Nos. 1 and 2 W. 54
poles to the BEGINNING, containing
ti 5-8 acres, more or less.
Sale made pursuant to the powers
Conferred upon . my' by that certain
deed of trust executed by Hester L.
Ferguson anil husband, J, W. Fer
guson, filed for registration October
3, 1928 and recorded in Book 24 at
page 1(54, Record of Deeds of Trust
of Haywood County, to which record
reference' .is .hereby-made for all the
Verms and conditions thereof.
This the 10th day of September,
GEORGE H. WARD.
No. 647 Sept. 16-23-30-Oct, 7.
Well, hits a strange o' worl' enny
way plum strange.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Louise Palmer King,
".- vs. -
Thomas E. King.
The defendant above named will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Haywood County to obtain a
divorce on the ground of two years
separation; and the defendant will
further take notice that he is re
quired to appear by the 4th day of
November, 1937i and answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in said complaint.
This the 13th day of Sept, 1937.
Asst. Clerk of Superior Court, Hay
No. 648 Sept. 16-23 30-Oct. 7. .
FLOUR, Roll Call, 24 lbs.
LARD, 8 lb. carton 9
MACARONI, 9 oz. pk. ,4 forigp
KNOX JELL, 5 flavors JJr
LOG CABIN SYRUP 23c
Aunt Jemina Pancake Flour . . . ,uf
Welch TOMATO JUICE, No. 5 can 25c
Welch TOMATO JUICE, No. 10 can lfc
Campbell's TOMATO SOUP, :' for 25c
PORK & BEANS, No. 2' can. 2 for 25c
SLICED BEETS, No. 2 'lean. 2 for 25c
HONEY, 5 lb. pail
FRESH PRUNES, No. 2'i can . . 19c
MEAT SPREADS. . .
CAKES. . .
JELLIES. . .
tTTTTk I 'l l
4.., 23c 2l'"r ; 19c
tion All For .
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Sausage like soup can be made of most mh thmsl
and quite often is.
Here as in many instances, the integrity "f .vour
market is the only guarantee that you are ueftini: t he
quality of meat for which you are paying!'" wtlich
you are entitled and which your family .nH
are entitled too.
Sausage made in our markets, is prepared ,vi,h ttie
greatest of care. It is truthfully represented. Prepar
ed -fillers" which add bulk without nutrition, are omitted.-
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