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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Ed Walls, of Hazelwood, medi
cal case, is resting fairly well.
Miss Juanita Mills, operative case,
Mr. Rex Kevis, of Enka, operative
case, is improving.
Mr. Hobart Grasty, of Clyde, med
ical case, is resting more comfortably.
, Mrs. Holland Burgess, medical case,
Mrs. Herbert Warren, of Canton,
medical case, is resting well.
Mrs. Mitchell Caldwell, medical case,
Baby Tommy Miller, of Candler,
medical case, is in a critical condition.
Mrs. James. Sheffield, Jr., of Wood
row, operative case, is improving.
Miss Effie Piott, of Canton, opera
tive case, is resting fairly well.
Mr. Stephen Flemming, of Spring
Creek, medical case, is better.
Master Fred Hoyle, of Balsam, acci
dent case, is resting fairly well.
Master DeWitt Moore, of Fines
Creek, operative case, is better.
Miss Helen McNaull, of Canton,
operative case, is improving.
Mrs. M. G. Stamey.
Mrs. T. E. Morrow.
Mr. T. E. Morrow.
Mr. Frank Cogburn.
Mrs. Howard Fisher.
Mr. W. A. Wilson.
Mr. A. D. Finey.
Mrs. Walter Kathbone.
Mrs. D. J. Noland.
Mrs. W. W. Henson.
Mrs. George McKowan.
Miss Edna Stewart.
Mr. Will Mann.
Mr. Woodward Hill,
Miss Blanche Owen.
Mrs. Emanuel RattiDone.
His. Hobart White.
The regular services will be held
Sunday with the pastor preaching.
The sermon subject at the morning
hour will be: "The Transforming
Power of the Christian Faith," and
in the evening, "The Safeguard oi
"Grace Church in the Mountains"
Rev. Albert New, Rector.
Advent Sunday, November 28th.
10 A. M. Church school.
11 A. M. The Holy Communion and
sermon on: "Advent."
Everybody cordially invited.
Dr. Robert P. Walker, Minister. .
First Sunday in Advent. Morning
In sermon and song during this sea
son, we think of that even when
there was born in Bethlehem of Ju
dea a Savior who is Christ the Lord
and of that other event when He shall
come again whose right it is to reign,
and all nation's tribes and tongues
shall proclaim Him King of Kings
and Lord of Lords.
Bible school at 9:45.
Sermon at 11.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
At this service the young people
will give a play of interest to old and
young alike. Let everybody attend
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Beasley, of
Clyde, announce the birth of a daugh
ter on November the 11th.
N OTE S
Edited by A. I. McLean
Rev. Howard V. Lane, Pastor.
Firs Sunday in Advent. Morning
mass at 11 a. m. Sermon, "Death" by
the pastor. Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament after the mass.
Morning mass on Thanksgiving
Day at 8 a. m.
Instructions for the children on
Saturday morning at 'J:.'i0.
Morning mass in the American Le
gion hall on Main street, Franklin at
8 a. m.
Public lectures in the school audi
torium at Maggie on Sunday after
noon' at 2:;50 sharp. All are welcome.
II A Z EL WOO I) PR ES 1 1 YT I : R I A N
C II lit II
The members of the Bethel 'chap
ter of the Future Fanners of Amer
ica were hosts to their dads at their
fourth annual father and son banquet,
which was held in the high school
gymnasium Friday evening, Novem
ber 1!). There were ninety-two lath
ers, sons and guests present.
James G. K. McClure, Jr., made the
principal address. His talk was made
principally to the boys, in which he
told them of their opportunities and
responsibilities as young farmers
He commended the boys for having
such fine fathers and for living in one
of the most fertile valleys of the
mountain section, if hot of North
Carolina. Mr. McClure also spoke
about the importance of developing
A turkey dinner with all the
"fixin's" was . prepared and served
by Miss Mary Emma Ferguson and
her second and third year home eco
After the invocation by Rev. Thorn
as Erwin, pastor of Bethel Baptist
church, the opening ceremony was
given by the officers of the chapter.
The boys sang the two FFA songs
Burton Cathey gave the welcome ad
dress. Earl Williams gave the re
sponse. Fred Francis gave the F'F'A
Short talks were made by the fol
lowing guests: Jack Messer, county
superintendent; County Agent Smith
wick and assistant County Agent
Mitchner; J. E. Barr, head of the
Land O' The Sky Mutual Canning As
sociation; V. A. Browning, educa
tional advisor of the Farmers Fed
eration; and agricultural teachers,
O'Brien, of Fines Creek and Fitz
gerald, of Clyde, and W. D. Smith, of
Lenoir York, president of the lo
cal chapter, acted as toastmaster.
Other officers of the chapter are:
Vice president, Burton Cathey; secre-
jtary, Jay Trull; treasurer, Robert
Justice; reporter, Verdon Singleton,
and I. A. McLam, advisor.
We were distressed at the misfor
tune suffered by the Waynesville
Mountaineer and hope everything will
be in order again at an early date.
The church column has been a help to
all churches and this news always
makes good reading.
Our church has just had a week of
visitation evangelism and several
persons united with the church as a
result of our people following Jesus'
method of carrying the gospel mes
sage into the homes. Eleven persons
have united with our church since
fall activities got under way. At
tendance vas normal on Sunday de
spite the cold weather. Our church
a anvajs conuorxaDie even m zero
weather and no one need fear being
uncomfortable in church on Sundays.
The men of the church had their
annual squirrel supper in connection
with the November program. Nine
teen men were present and we were
glad to have as our guest Rev. Frank
Lcatherwood, moderator of the Bap-
GET UP NIGHTS?
Flush yidneys as you would the
bofwels. Make this 25c test. Use
juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc., made
into green tablets. Help nature eli
minate waste and excess acids which
may cause getting up nights, frequent
desire, scanty flow; burning or back
ache. Just say Bukets (25c) to any
druggist Locally at The Waynesville
Pharmacy. . (adv)
in the superior court
I. S. SMATHERS and wife. O. A.
SMATHERS, SARAlt JANE SMATH
ERS, JOHN SMATHERS, MARIETTA
SMATHERS, DELIA SMATHERS,
GURDIE SMATHERS, ELLA SMATH
ERS, JOHN SMATHERS, EDWARD
SMATHERS and LEE SMATHERS.
The defendants above named, other
than thoee who have been personally
served with summons, will take notice
that an action entitled as above has
been commenced In the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Carolina,
for the collection of taxes heretofore
levied by the plaintiff against proper
ty situate in Waynesville Township,
Haywood County, North Carolina, and
more articularly described as follows:
BEGINNING at a poplar at Welch's
and McCIure's line 12 or 15 poles above
railroad and runs S. 58 W. 58 P. to a
mountain oak at a branch above said
railroad; thence S. 35 E. 27 P. to a
dogwood on bank of branch ; thence up
main cnannei or said branch 84 P. to
a spruce pine on top of a shoal of said
branch; thence N. 40 E, 70 to Welch's
line and stake corner; thence with his
line N. 36 E. 26 P. to a stake in branch:
thence down the branch 31) W. 24 V& P.
to a beach in said tract; thence N.
57 W, 30 P. leaving branch and run
ning to top of knoll at Red Bank to
mountain oak; thence N. 43 1-4 W.
36 P. to BEGINNING.
EXCEPT that portion of said tract
heretofore sold to I. S. Smathers
fully described in deed to him to which
reference Is hereby made for more
Said defendants will further take
notice .that they are required to ap
pear at the Office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Haywood County in
the Courthouse in Waynesville on the
20th day of December, 1937 and ans
wer or demur to the complaint in
said action or the plaintiff will apply
to .the court for the relief demanded In
said complaint. "
This the 15th day of November,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
NO. 678 Nov. 25. Dec. 2-9-16.
tist Association of Haywood county.
Mr. J. E. Lancaster, an outstanding
Presbyterian layman, will conduct the
morning service next Sunday. Mr.
Lancaster is residing on Brown Av
enue in Hazelwood and is connected
with the Preston Novelty Co. Mr.
Lancaster was formerly superintend
ent of the Maxwell Farm School at
Franklin and prior to that was a
Sunday school extension worker in
There will be a young people's
rally at their meeting on Sunday night
and a special service at the evening
worship hour. Dec. 12 will be ob
served as Universal Bible Sunday and
Dec. 19, the Sunday proceeding Christ
mas is Life Dedication day. Our
church stands as "The Church of the
Open Door" to welcome and bless all
O. C. LANDKUM, Pastor.
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
of this Week)
Max Randolph, of Asheville to Odella
Downs, of Clyde.
Richard Jones to Martha Caldwell,
both of Waynesville.
Gilmer C'aKle to Mairgie Ratnbone,
both of Waynesille.
Frank R. Meuwe, to Lethia Worley,
beptn of Canton.
Siney Warren, of Canton to Ks:elle
Robertson, of Balfour.
U'inton Caddy, to Myrtle L. Cald
well both of Walne.sville.
Gilmer Massie, to Eva Corner, both
of Rome 1 Waynesville.
John Henry Whitmire, to Yallie
Coleman, both of Canton.
Manson Carver, to Lueile Arrinfr
nn, both of Waynesville,
Jarn-s Goodson. to Edith Hampton,
both of Waynesville.
James Sharp to Alma Elizabeth
fiunan, both of Canton.
Earns $1,900 Weekly;
Gets To Spend Only $1
THURSDAY. NftVFiUDr .
"iUUtK 25. !)
In Hollywood, where actors' sala
ries sometimes run in six figures,
the sum of $1,100 a week is not re
garded as big pay. Until last week
that was the salary of Freddie Bar
tholomew, 13-vear-old screen star.
Miss Millicent Barthomoimew, the
boy's aunt and guardian, took him
out of pictures last summer, seeking
a pay increase. She maintained his
income was insufficient for him to
live on after taxes, agents' fees and
an allowance for his parents had been
deducted. "Everybody has been after
his money," Miss
Last week, however, the
and the Bartholomew, , stud
contract and Freddie wii, m M
in which nrivota .11
wc allowance is
lowed. Freddie said, "I an, t
a ccr. pucitei monev
myself." The judse ',
"That probably is the be?
of them all."
for beef cattle and itpp;(.'J,4
in Buncombe county. iu"
non-drinker, and a hu-ti, u
l,r .tnt - in 1
onic age, experii-n. an, j
inree reierences. .larn.
- McClure, Fairview, X. c.
127 3Ialn St.
DR. R. KING HARPE
Telephone 20 1
Canton, X. c.
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SLrMm -v.. 1. 1 .i- voi' ii-t r'M.i, ni'i!iv THIS NALK. .Nuines arc nicked
at random from the Waynesville Trade Area ami Mattered uiroiiKH VI. iook tare
fully; also notice the big
savings 011 Druffs. Toil
I'ti'les. Home and Fam
ily ileitis at SMITH'S
SMITH'S PRIGS ARE THE LOWEST IN THE COUNTY
(None Sold To Dealers Quantity Rights Reserved)
30c Glycerin Pound Bo 25c Phillips
Suppositories 17c Chocolate Cherries . . 25c Tooth Paste . 16c
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35c Groves Laxative Pound Box Chocolate 50c Tooth Paste
Bromo-Quinine 21c Mint Patties 25c Kolynos 29c
$2.00 Large Miss Edna McKay 3-Pound Box Candies Tooth Paste
S. S, S. Tonic . . . . . .$1.67 Queen Anne . . ... . .$1,49 Pepsodent 19c
$1.25 Bottle 100 1-2 Lb. Old Fashioned 25c, J. R. Grasty
Caroid&Bile Salts ...89c Horehound Drops ....10c Barbasol 18c
50c Mrs. Garretie Howell 1 lb. Jar Assorted Package 5
Vicks Nose Drops ...29c Hard Candy 29c Segal Blades 10c
Slinical tests jpl
rove relief illl 3-oz. . .23
from Itching, 7-oz. ..39
turnfrMr eraln J! 10 OZ. . , 59
rrrar i n rirnrrra
DEFINITE RELIEF OR
THE WIIXiARD TREATMENT baa
brought prompt, definite relic.f in
thousands of cases of Stomach ami
Ouodanal Ulcan, due to Hypw acid
ity, and other forms of Stomach Dis
tress due to Excess Acid. SOLO ON
It DAYS TRIAL. For complete In
formation, read "WUIard'a Manas
of RtM." Ask for It Iras
L SMITH'S DRUG STORE
25c B-C or
IO. lrs. Wnltor Ma.ssip
J5o, J. V. ;roon
VICKS VAPORUB . ... . 23c
$1.00 Kxt. V. 1A O.
'." For IMIos
PAZO .. . . . . ........... 49c
MINERAL OIL . . ...... . 59c
30c l)r. Miles
ALKA-SELTZER . . . . . . . 24c
FIG SYRUP .......... .. 39c
$1.25. Mrs. S. U Moody
ABSORBINE, JR. . . . . . , . 89c
SAGE & SULPHUR .. .
h:u F. A. Justice
GLOVERS MANGE ...
SI. 00 I lair Tonic
$1.00 For niacklieads
BOc. Mrs. W. M. Mctlfonl
ITALIAN BALM ..... .
50c Hinds Honey and
ALMOND CREAM ....
$1.00. E. Z. McClure
DRENE SHAMPOO . . .
HAIR BALSAM ......
B5c AH Tyies
. . 49c
. . 54c
aj Dozen . . 53c
1 !.. . 19c
B Dozen ..... ... SI
Mrs. F. T. Tranr.
jiilVtlil IEjO 2 r Carton tf if
LEADING BRANDS ForZrjC of 200 .... . J1.1J)
PRINCE ALBERT t
15c -I Pound t
Tins 1UC Tins 0"C
All 5C M
'All 10c Brands . .3 for 25c
2 1 25c
BABY BRAND v.
50c. Tom Glland
50c. A. Ij. Bramlet
OVALTINE . .
S. M. A. . . .
ttffS. nall jars.
Gives oulnk ftOAtkl r:ri' - rnai causes.
r" 7 , uiimuuus i rom external cauapa '
mm-Lj:::ra, iimito nme offer lasts.
TRADE at SMITH'S and SAE
You Are Always Welcome At SmitlV
$1.20 Dr. Caldivell
SYRUP PEPSIN ...
25c Mrs. .Tim Kaatcliff
95c. J. B. Hill
HALEY'S M-0 . . .
25c Uver Pills
25c, G. W. Wright