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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Giampion Typist 1
TJm wnman to win Ufa title In 26
yean, Margaret Hamma, of Brook
lyn, N. Y., wai crowned woa a
champion amateur, and professional
typist alter typing iw woras pw
nlnntA nw rArnrrl. in tha inter
'national typing contest in Chicago.
She used an ail -electric mac nine.
Save About $35,000
Yearly On Tax
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will be no misunderstanding."
The law regarding thia phase
of the sales tax is as follows;
"Section 406 - Subsection (i)
Conditional exemptions: Sales by
retail merchants of food and food
products for human consumption,
The term 'food and food pro
ducts for human consumption' shall
be given its usual and ordinary
meaning, but shall not include malt
or Vinous beverages, soft or car
bonated drinks, sodas or beverages
such as are ordinarily sold or dis
pensed at stores, bars, stands or
aoda fountains or in connection
therewith, candies or coiifection
aries, medicines, tonics and prep
arations in liquid, powdered, granu
lar, tablet, capsule or pill form sold
as dietary supplements; nor does
'food and food products for human
consumption' include prepared
meals or foods sold or served on or
off the premises by restaurants,
cafes, cafeterias, hotel dining
rooms, drug stores, or other places
where prepared meals or foods are
Bold or served."
MRS. W. G . WARREN
Last rites will be held this after
noon at 3 o'clock at the First Meth
odist church in Canton for Mrs.
Italy Wilson Warren, wife of the
Rev. William G. Warren, retired
Methodist minister. The Rev.
Tabor, pastor of the church, will
officiate. He will be assisted by
the Rev. W. II. Pless, the Rev.
Kelly, the Rev. Weldon Tysinger
and others. Burial will be in Bon-A-Venture
Mrs. Warren is a native of Bun
combe county the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wilson.
Serving as pallbearers will be
Bruce Sellars, Howard Shook,
John Shook, Jr., Woody Keylon,
Walter Price, Jr., and Mr. Wise
Surviving are the husband, three
daughters, Mrs. Mont Jamison, of
Sylva, Mrs. D. K, Everhart, and
Mrs. B. R. Goodwin, of Canton;
four sons, C. W. and M. M. War
ren, of Canton, and A. T. and T.
H. Warren, of Youngstown, Ohio;
lour sisters, Mrs. John Sraathers,
of Clyde, Mrs. James Parker, of
Asheville, Mrs. C. S. Owen, of
jpiadison, and. Mrs. Sallie McFee,
) Candler; two brothers, J. E.
and C. B. Wilson, of Nashville,
Tenn.; 38 grandchildren and 12
great grandchildren. 1 .
JOHN HENRY SUTTON
Funeral services were held Tues
day morning at ten o'clock at the
home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Sutton, of Waynes ville, route
two for their infant " son, John
Henry Sutton, who died Monday
morning. Burial was in the Red
Bank cemetery off the Balsam road.
Surviving arethe parents.
- Wild animals congregating on
the roads are difficult : to shoo
away, so night driving is not rec
ommended in many parts of Afri
ca. ' ' .
HOW TATTOO MARKS MAY
An illustrated story explaining
how tfrttoo marks on the body will
serve as an aid to doctors if you
became ill or meet with an acci
dent One of many features in
the" July 13th issaa of
The American Weekly
The Big Magazine Distributed
On Sal At U XewBttands
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60e Dr. Kilmer's 55c Cream J1.10 PMHp- 25e Dr. Lyons
SWAMP NADINOLA ANGELUS TOOTH
ROOT BLEACH LIPSTICK POWDER
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