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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Open Modern Furniture Store
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend
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iRRETTi general mana- HERBERT BRAREN, a partner
L' Garrett r urnituie co., Jn thg Ga,.rett Furniture Company,
,1 hold tne. 101 "n' r" has been with the firm since 1936.
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He is assistant manager.
Weft Furniture To
w Formal Opening
Store On Saturday
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store Has 18,000
P Feet Of Floor Space,
idem In Every Detail
L will mark the formal
of the new and moaern
Hurrett Furniture Lom-
Main street here. :
,000 square feet ol noor
a ...oit.iicrlitpd huildintr.
led with household goods
description, uurintj uic
-,aoira lnrcp trucks and
the south's furniture cen-
fc been hauling in large
! merchandise, in prepr
the formal opening Sat-
barrett said yesterday, in
U on the opening: "We
mbled the largest stocK oi
goods ever shown in
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ion. ve nave anuciipui-eu i
it for many months and
ieM hundreds of items
leel will be appreciated by
of this immediate sec-
Lught this merchandise
market prices on furni
at a low ebb. We could
Late this same mechan
he prices we paid several
igro. This factor will en-
save our customers hun
dollars on quality mer
be floors of the building
filled with goods. The
second floors also have
See and private office of
st.t's is on the first floor.
Siding is opposite the First
Bank, and is on the site
occupied by the Book
id American Cafe. The
lis entirely new, even the
alls, which are of deep
brick. The front has a
ftrance, and features ex
tra large show windows, with black
glass trims around the bottom of
The building is two stories high
on the front, and. three in the rear.
Mr. Garrett started in the furn
iture business here in 1925, and
has added to his stock almost con
tinually since that time.
He and Mrs. Garrett have as
sociated with them, as owners of
the business, their son-in-law, Her
The firm maintains several trucks
and have seven people in the firm
besides the three owners.
The store will open Saturday
morning at nine o'clock, and will
have on hand, representatives from
all the factories who sell the firm
merchandise. These representa
tives, Mr. Garrett said, will be here
to explain features of their lines,
and to assist in getting special
orders, and to help in any way in
acquainting the public with the
different items. .
In addition to the representa
tives, Mr. Garrett has arranged
to have a number of local young
women to be on hand to escort
those attending the opening,
through the building, and to serve
A beautiful and durable "gift will
be presented to each family attend
ing the opening. Special "treats"
will be provided for the children,
100 REASONS WHY HE
SHOULDN'T A-DONE IT
CHICAGO If the thief exam
ines the loot he removed from the
automobile of Einer Skoglund, a
salesman, he will find plenty of
admonitions against stealing and
a definition of the penalty for so
The loot: 100 Bibles and 100
Depends On Restful
Get Yourself A
e ALo Have. A Full Line Of Beds Made By
LEGGETT ANt) PLATT CO.
(Attend Our Opening Saturday
arrett Furniture Co.
t "Good Values Friendly Credit"
Of Our Large
MODERN NEW STORE
9 AM til 9 PM
To Every Family-
We will give a beau
tiful and Durable
Gift. Attend our
opening and g e t
yours. Treats for
We Will Show The Largest
Stock Of Household Goods
Ever Assembled In This
All this stock bought at
prices that cannot be
Beautiful Furniture from Leading Manufacturers
On Display on our 18,000 square feet
of Floor Space
Representatives of most of the factories will be here to assist
in serving our guests on Saturday. They will be g ad to give any
assistance, and information on any item made by their firms.
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Ladies Will Be
On Hand To
Show You Over
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"Good Values - Friendly Credit"
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