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.-.v AUGUST, 21,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(news Fnor,i ft. JACKsofrj
Ks Stationed here
you enter Fort
wd are unuer
with every courtesy
wy question you might
r, h been thoroughly
Li. w to direct visitors
,ldiers or where their unit
If you are not acquaint
any particular soldier but
,t to" drive -over, this the
Uth largest army put
L. (rive vou an easy ana
1. ...t tn follow.
ir if vou enter Fort Jack-
Itnost No. One foom High
h the 2,000 permanent
The Writer of Hebrews Explains the
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
buildings and over 6,000 wintered
tent frames built here in the last 12
months. For answer to vour nues-
tions ask any MP eoldior wearing
a 'blue Drassard witn a wmte "Mr
nn it to iret accurate answers. Tt
in the dutv of these men tn answer
any and all questions by visitors
and to assist them in every way.
When vou leave the Post vou will
be stopped at which ever outpost
von nass. Here the MPs will take
back vour visitor's card and with a
smart salute, bid you an army fare
well. , .
"Popeye's" pal with the insat
iable aODetite. "Mr. Wimov." is
not yet a member of Uncle Sam's
armed forces, but we 11 give you
two-to-one he enlists immediately
after reading this story
DOSl i.v. -o i , , imb a luw. v "
. .11 AnA f VlO nil I i - U 4-1 Pni4 TfllraAtl u-VlopO
0, yOU Will v. I tU UC OCHV Hi i v.v i.vav.
Idin S IIIUUCHHOW. ........ I VUG ttlllUUIH, Ul uu liunu v
best room accommodations his favorite "duck dinner" or "ham-
Irs and a lounge lurnisnea i burger" would guarantee satisiac
ithcr linhoisterea iurm-i tion or even nis appetite.
f i . ... - ,
I No less that a&.uuu pounas oi
1 . .,.1-A.t 4.vvt I 1 1 . 1 ; . .1 u.. tl.
JyOU reacu an umyuon. .v.i- aucK is ueuig puivunocu
. , . ...ill I . tn - i r.-4
I Fort jacKson, you " i commiRsary saies onice i tun
d and asked if you are a Jackson during August to fill the
If you are, you will be stomachs of the 41,000 men in
lellow and black card which I training here at the nation's sixth
one side ''Visitor, ran largest army post. L,iKewise, an,-
S, C.," and a registered 200 pounds of boneless frozen
n fhp other side are a I hnef will he on hand for the hani-
Iraffic regulations and in-1 burgers that "Mr. Wimpy" loves
Paste the card on your 80 well. Aitnougn some oi me
I . m . t " i J
I frozen beei is usea ior stews uu
" I . . .. .-' 1. . 1" Ml
regulations mostly deal steaks, there's enougn leu over
,. militnrv I for hambureers to assure -wimpy
utioning you not to break more than his usual quota.
military convoys on tne I it will cost Uncle bam just
about 8600.000 to feed the 41,000
rihe over Fort Jackson you 1 men. here during the month of Au-
Lbt have many questiions gust. - . . ,
in t.n nsi oi ioous uinv wu c
purchased at the post are some
staggering figures compnea oy
First Lieut. Daniel K. smaue, posi
ai. nflficer. Included are 1.955,640
eggs and 109,220 pounds of bacon
to be- served at DreaKiast biohk
with the eggs.
Then there are 71,380 pounds oi
coffee together with 246,820 pounds
of sugar to sweeten it and other
foods including no less than 6,880
cases of dry cereal.
On Sunday Fort JacKson soldiers
nnh- tnr anmethinsr a little fancy
on mess hall tables. Featured this
month will be 40,850 pounds ol
chicken 70,100 pounds of turkey
onil th 35.000 Dounds of duck
NOTICE mentioned earlier.
tn Tlntifw all noniilll nV- I Tn nHHitinn to beef and fowl
fs against the Clyde Phar- the office purchases large quanti
i m J I . m i i rnt. . tin iiSniia
pannersnirj composed oi ties oi otner meu). ii
pdfnrd arA n R MeHford I fwno nf nork used will total 130,
kistence at the time of the 700 pounds. Sausage of all types
will amount to 116,180 pounds.
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for
Aug. 24 la Hebrews 8:1-10 18. the
Golden Text being Heb. 3:9. "Hav
ing been mad perfect. He became
unto all them that obey Kim the
author of eternal salvation.")
IT IS not known where the book
of Hebrews was written, nor when
it was written nor by whom. It ia
thought It must have been in
scribed about A. D 67. before the
fall of Jerusalem, and R la as
cribed to Paul. This ia disputed,
however, and some say Timothy
It really la Immaterial who
wrote it. as the lesson contained
therein is Just as potent for good,
no matter who the author was. It
wu written to the Jewish Chris
tians, especially to those who
miv hav hn ritwmiraA4 with
the then new religion for which
they were likely to be persecuted,
and who wished to return to their
old religion Judaism
The writer points out the old
covenant of the Lord with Moses
as not the best possible, so God
bid made a new covenant, with
Orut as the only mediator be-
iv con Hlmseir and man.
which was built after Moses' talk
with God In the Mount.
"For there was a tabernacle
made, the first wherein waa the
candlestick, and the table, and the
shewbread: which ia called the
"And after the second veil, the
tabernacle which is called the
Holiest nf all:
"Which had the golden censer
and the Ark nf the mvennnt AVer.
laid round about with gold, where
in was the golden pot that had
manna, and Aaron's rod that bud
ded; and the tables of the cove
"And over it the cherublms of
glory, shadowing the mercy seat."
Only High Priest Enter
He then explains that no one
but the high priest ever went into
the holy of holies, and he only
went once a year. The Other
priests went always Into the first.
"accomplishing the service of
God." Always" they took gifts for
When the hlrh luieit went Into
the holy place that one time In the
year, he toon guts ana mom iron
tne saennces wun nun. ana wiw
the blood he made atonement for
the sins of all the people. No one
approacHM uoa airecuy; u
priest was always the mediator.
The priest took the "blood of
calves and of goats, with water.
and scarlet wool ana nyssop, hn
sprinkled ootn me dook. ana ih
Monla. "Savinr. This Is the blood
of the testament which God hath
enjoined unto you."
The hyssop w nn n om uh
wild majoram. and wand of the
plant was used, apparently wound
with scarlet wool, to dip into tho
blood and sprinkle the objects of
the tabernacle and purify them.
for, says our writer, -wiuiou
shedding of Wood is no remission.
Now. while this covenant was
given to the Jews by Moses, a bet
ter one had now oeen onereo w
them through Jesus. Through his
sacrifice and shedding of His
blood, there was no more need to
use sueh sacrifices as the blood or
calves and goats, which could not
nn!Ki Ke mnn than a svmbol
of the washing away of sins, and
which had to oe repeaiea ca
Christ's death and shed blood
atoned for aU the sins of ths
world, and made It possible for
any truly repentant sinner to take
his repentance straight to God.
hi Father, and rain forgiveness.
No need for a priest with his gifts
and blood to enter the tabernacle,
or for the high priest to go into
the holy of holies. Anywhere wo
happen to be may be "God's Holy
Temple," where we may personal
ly approach Him,
Whereas In the old covenant
sacrifices might be offered every
day In the year, Christ's sacrifice
was made once for all. After It
Jesus was taken to "sit at the
right hand" of His Father In
Heaven In glory The oM taber
nacle containing the holy of holies
might be moved; It was tempo
rary; while Heaven is eternal and
permament. "Having been mado
perfect, Hs became unto all them
that obey Him the author of
Liner. Joseph D.. H aero 3.57
McDaniel, Mrs. Charles, 11
Matney, Roy, 16 acres .' 9.36
Moody, Cora, 16 acres . s.o
Moody, Helen, 13 acres . 2.75
Moody, H. B 161 610
acres ....-.. - oo.oe
Moody, Mrs. R. M. S., 29
Moody, Sarah Est, 5 acres 15.70
Moody, Mrs. S. A, 7 seres 1.43
Moody, Sentelle J., 35 acres ou.ea
Palmer. Millie. 22 acres 63.48
Pat-ton. Frank. 5 acres 10.35
Plemmons. W. B.. 143 acres 13.47
Plott. G. C. 72 acres. Bal. 21.43
Plntt. James R- 117 acres - 61.62
Plnt-t Pt H rt. aniK acres
Bal ... lu.a
Rath bone. Hiram Est. 17
RusseJl. Joe. 13 acres 13-55
Snipos, M. V., 1 aero . 2.86
Sutton, BUly, 2V acres , 2.61
Sutton, Jim, 10 acres 1.57
Sutton, Rufus K., 10 acres o.bi
Sutton. Ted. 10 acres u... 4.75
Tilbrook, James 7 acres 13.42
Williams. Frsnk, 2 acres 1.57
This the 4th day of August,
J. E. FERGUSON,
Tax Collector and Tax Super
visor for Haywood County.
Notice Of Tax Sale
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to law, and under the or
der of the Board of Aldermen of
the Town of Waynesville, the un
dersigned, John W. Boyd, Tax Col
lector for the Town of Waynes
ville. will offer for sale to the high
est bidder for cash, at the court
house door in Waynesville, on Mon
day, September 8th, 1941, at ten
o'clock, A. M., and continuing
thereafter until all property is sold
to satisfy the taxes levied against
the property of the property own
ers hereinafter described, which
taxes were levied for the year 1940
by the Town of Wavnesville, in the
name of the owners as follows:
tsons will take notice that
Irsigned will apply to the
iommissioner for a parole,
micned ha vine been con-
the crime of abduction at
Uber Term, 1934 of the
Court of Haywood County.
' - 1
ins objecting to the grant-
narole will file their OB-
with the Parole Commis-
Raleieh. N. C.
he 9th day of August, 1941,
said D. K. Medford on Au
1941. to exhibit the lame
ndersigned surviving part
Clyde, N. C. within one
1 . ' .
Im date hereof.
test 14th. 1941.
D. B. MEDFORD.
IW-Aug. 14-21-28-Sept. 4
Vnr hnnaewives who think they
have a difficult job doing the fam
ily shnnninE. here are a few reveal
ing figures, uuring August w
Fort Jackson, lza,84U pounas 01
kftai. urill Ko Rnread on bread and
melted in potatoes, 344,000 ears of
corn will be eaten, bb.iou puuimo
-oKha.re. Rfi.000 fresh canta-
viTi-D I J .mi.
iiuxivii llouDes and 60,uuu pounas 01 ueu,
n . . ., 1 ; J . J . I . , AAA
iu.niicu 11 AuiiiNimiia-1 wju Ke consumed Dy tne fi,
' Estate of D. K. Medford, I bealthy appetites in uniform here,
this is to nntifv all ner-1 Mr Rinlev in
1 tt m u, nn iiiwi. in (.Uinr: mjm, & . j
ping claims against said interested, the 10,320 pounds of
H Hie the mm. with the 1 -
fned at TlvHo M f! nn I ATVWTTMTSTRATRIX NOTICE
L. L . .... ' - . ' . I i . ..'J J A lM:'af V-
c me in day oi August, I Having quaiineu
this nAt;a ..,;n un rAaaAaA I 4..'- ,a eatjitp nf R G. A. CamP'
..vv.w n u ,m I uiA v. in... www- - - .
recovery. All persons I bell, deceased, laie uj-
to xaM eatote iiin niVa I rnfTr Mnrth Carolina, this is to
te settlement I nntifv all nersons having claims
I ngust 14th, 1941. against the estate of Said deceased
J w n i dots u. ..h Mf them tn tne unuemijiiicu
,V UAUHig, I W CAU.w.w ------
AlmnStnrm I . Wavnesville. North Carolina, on
iUStSi ii 91-98.Hr 1 Kefnre the 14th day OI AUKUSt,
iaAt this notice will oe pieaueu
A W -
i mmvfrv. All ner-
U C O I H sons indebted to said estate will
I ' ""r i .u immediate navment.
pje. u.- - ,.,
This the 8th day oi auusw
Administratrix of the Estate of
: . ,
R. G. A. Campbell, deceased.
No. 1097 Aug.
hn" a WnTfm wabaaat
Distributed by King reaturee Bradlcate, Iae.
(Continued from page 2)
radio communications, outgoing
from the United States.
it'll reniiire congressional au
thorization, but Rear Admiral Ben
lWnrrell has the , matter up, on
Panit.nl Hill. The army will only
be interested if we begin sending
nA fnreea overseas, but the
navy's overseas already.
The nrnnnaed censorshlD WOh t
have anything to do witn wnat we
nrint nr hroadcast by wireless here
at home, but it wants to be fixed
to put a preventitive thumb upon
u,t it thinks nuirnt not to oe
BbUH .1. . d
That kind of a censorship isn't
mi.eh nf a bother locally, but it's
terrible nest to foreign corro-
s pendents. I suppose it s a pest to
enemy secret agents aiso, oui i
never had any experience with it
except as an American correspond
en in Europe during tne last war
Nn censor that I ever encoun
toroH hnil a scintilla of news judg
ment. Every one would cut out
the most harmless stun, ineir
,,nle idea is to reduce a message
to something that doesn't make a
lick of sense.
BILLIONS IN GOLD IDLE
IN ENGLISH BANK
Piled un in the vaults of the
Rank nf Enirland are hoards of
raid and treasure, unclaimed for
years. Now efforts are being
made to use the wealth against
enemies of Great Britain. Don't
miss this unusual story in the
August 31st issue of
The American Weekly
The Big Magazine Distributed
On Sale At All Newtttandt
, . .
spaghetti to be served here would
n-nhahlv utretch arouna tne worm.
What's more, the 81,000 pounds of
fish for Friday menus would go far
t.ri afrwlcinir most rivers or
bays you might mention.
Reside these, there are other
foods too numerous to mention that
are consumed at the post in largo
quantities. At present, the post
is being fed on the field ration
...atom which means that menus
are made up by post officials for
all units on the post. Food called
for in menus is issued by the sales
offlcee to the unite.
Pnminir into the post every day
in freight cars are these tremen
dous quantities oi looos. it s a
complicated process from freight
ears to storage warenouses enu
then to unit kitchens, but every
thine eoes through witnout
hitch for with 41,000 hungry sol
i- . 4A meala are No. 1 on
aiers w ... -
the priority list.
James P. Aldridge, 1 lot
C. E. Alexander, 1 lot ......
J. C. Allen, 1 lot ......... .... ..
Judge F. E. Alley, 1 lot ..
II. 11. Atkins, 1 lot
James Atkins, 1 lot
Atlantic Mortgage, 1 lot ..
Tlufus Ball, I lot ... ....
W. A. Band, 1 lot
Henry Barnett, 1 lot ..........
C. V. Bell, 1 lot
Mrs. Annie BvVille, 1 lot...
A. S. Boyd, 1 lot
V. J. Braddock, 1 lot ..........
B. L. Branson, 1 lot .........
Kellv Breedinar. 1 lot
J. J. Bridges, 1 lot .. .......
J. C. Brown, 1 lot
J. N. Brown, 1 lot
W. S. Brown, 1 lot
Mm. O. D. Bucknur. 1 lot .
Burgins Bros., 2 lots, Bal... 240.21
W. H. Lee, 1 lot 8.50
W. T. Lee. 1 lot 194.14
Jerry Liner, 1 lot 17.00
Mrs. Sallie Liner Est. 1 lot , zo u
R. tl. McBride, 1 lot 40.42
M. Theodore McCracken, 1
lot Bal. 69.70
R . a. McCracken. 1 lot .. 59.50
G. W. McDowell, 1 lot 42.60
J. W. McKay, 1 lot 8.38
Ruth Magruger, 1 lot 4.08
E. P. & Fred Martin, 1 lot 22.10
Fred E. Martin, 1 lot 53.85
Z. L. Massev. 1 lot . 3.40
Mrs. Hattie B. Massio, 1 lot 6.80
Elsie May Miller, 1 lot ai.ou
Floyd Miller, 1 lot ... io.ua
F. W, Miller, 1 lot .......,161.50
Jim L. Miller, 1 lot 15.30
Mrs. Mary R. Miller, 1 lot 37.70
Mrs. It E. MUler, 1 lot .... 12.75
Mrs. S. J. Miller, 1 lot -. 69.50
Sam K. Miller, 1 lot 8.08
M. W. Mills, 1 lot .... 18.46
Branner Mitchell, 1 lot 6.12
Will Mitchell. 1 lot . ... ...... 1.70
Mrs. E. K, Montgomery, 1 lot
Bal. .................. o i"
E Clifton Moody, 1 lot .... 83.64
Fred R. Moody, 1 lot 14.92
J. R. Morgan & D. A. James,
1 lot 8-50
J. C. Murphy, 1 lot 45.18
S. J. Nichols, 1 lot ............ 15.81
Mrs. M. M. Noland, 1 lot .... 21.25
John C, Norris, 1 lot ........ 19-55
J. M. Norris Est., 1 lot ....... 6.63
Mrs. T. C. Norris, 1 lot ........ 6.D
Mrs. Grace Norton, 1 lot .... 1.53
H. A Osborne, 1 lot, Bal. ..18.88
J. M. Palmer, 1 lot, Bal. 89,93
J. M. Palmer & J. R. Boyd, 1
J. N. Peacock Est., 1 lot .... 4,08
Lloyd Phillips, 1 lot ............ 8.50
r. r. Plntt. l lot 88.85
Hmir H. Plntt 1 lot ........ 84.00
Mrs. Irene Poindcxter, 1 lot b.du
R G Rathhnne. 1 lot . 2.04
Rertha A. Rmnce. 1 lot 6.80
n. C. A Bortha Reece. 1 lot 10.80
Roy Reece. 1 lot .............. ..... 18.70
S. J. Reece, 1 lot I8-85
Ij.na R.d. 1 lot 4.Z0
Walter Reed, 1 lot ............ lB.ov
Bcnard L. Reeves, 1 lot .... 18.70
Mrs. M. H. Reeves, 1 lot .... 22S.UJ
O. S. Rhymer, 1 lot .10.20
W. F. Rogers, 1 lot ............ 10.10
Nathan Rogers, 1 lot ........ 0.60
Rogers, Gilmer & McCrack
en, 1 lot 5.10
Marfire Saddler. 1 lot 3.06
Satterthwaite, Withers & Bass
Mrs. Ben West, 1 lot 3.06
Walter Wilson, 1 lot 4.12
E. L. Withers, 1 lot 1Z-1
Rufus Wright, 1 lot . 6.14
Oliver A. Yontt, 1 lot 20.15
Thomas Babb, 1 lot, BaL 10.00
WUI Babb, 1 lot 8.08
Jerry Brown, 1 lot . ,11.90
Ines Banks Bryant, 1 lot . 9.18
Dora Casey, 1 lot 8.08
James Harrison Casey, 1 lot 14.87
Sol Casey, 1 lot , i"
W. T. Conlev. 1 lot 17.00
S. A. Coponey. 1 lot - 12.24
Charlie Davis, 1 lot zi.iv
Ernest Dalton, 1 lot . 1-'
Homer & Delia Forney, 1 lot 17.98
Thomas Forney, 1 lot ' 3.40
WUI Grsy. 1 lot ..... 4.5
Nelson Griffind, 1 lot ......12.15
Delcie Hackett, 1 lot ..... .. 6.80
Walter Haley, 1 lot 1.70
J. W. Hall, 1 lot ................ 7.65
Henry Gudger, 1 lot . , 13.46
Rnhort Hod. 1 lot ............ 13.42
Alice Huston, 1 lot ...... 8.08
Ada Howell. 1 lot ......... 1190
Thomas Lenoir, 1 lot . 39.10
William A. Lenoir, 1 lot .... S7.o
C. E. L. Love, 1 lot ............ 13.60
George Love, 1 lot ............ 2.13
Henry C. Love, 1 lot ............ 10.10
Henry L. Love, 1 lot 7.00
Howard Love, 1 lot 18.15
J. C Love, 1 lot 14.87
Leon Love, 1 lot 15.13
J. H. McDonald, 1 lot 2.72
James McKinley, 1 lot ........ 6.12
John M. Melton, 1 lot 23.80
John C. Melton, 1 lot 8.50
J. H. Moore, 1 lot - o 5
Mose Osborne, r lot, Bal. .... I7.vu
R. G. Osborne, 1 lot ..v......... 10.80
Saunders Osborne, 1 lot 2.55
Vallie Peterson, 1 lot 6.80
Etta Proctor, 1 lot 8.09
Mary Rose, 1 lot 9.35
Robert Sisk, 1 lot 11.90
J. H. Stewart. 1 lot 6.80
Gaither Thompson, 1 lot .... 17.60
Tinnie Thompson Est., 1 lot 13.46
Maggie Trotter, 1 lot ........ 10.20
Louise Welch, 1 lot 5.10
Jess H. Williams, 1 lot 5.52
iTeTiah Ynunir heirs. 1 lot .... 8.09
This Uth day of August, 1941.
JOHN W. BOYD,
Tax Collector for Town of
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE FOR TAXES BY
THE TOWN OF HAZEL-
WOOD, NORTH CAROLINA
On Monday. September 8. 1941,
at twelve o'clock, M., at the court
house door in the Town of Way
neaville. North Carolina, the un
dersigned will offer for sale at
nnhlie auction to the hiirhest bid
der for cash, all the land of the
following property owners, locat
ed within the Town of Hazel wood.
for taxes due the Town of Hazel-
wood for the fiscal year 1940-1941
nuTVTQTR A TOR'S NOTICE
rtL,.!!!'1 . ...
tr mialified as Admmlstra-
tor of the esUte of F. W Miller,
j of Havwood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having ciairaa
.u f aaid deceased to ex-
ine aww - . , .
hibit them to the undersigned at
SoTthe 7ih day of August, 1942
or this notice wiU be pleaded In bar
of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment
The the 5th day of August, 1941.
16 . W. G. BYERS,
Administrator of the Estate of
F. W. Miller, deceased. e
No. 1095-Aug. 7-14-21-28-Sept.
Rell. Parrol. 1 lot. ..i 7.20
Rlalnrk. W. D. Est.. 1 lot .... 4.80
Brock, J. Paul, 1 lot, Bal. .... 6.04
Cole, Bill.. I lot 3.20
rwia.' Je. l lot ......:.-. 19.04
Fiell Jnhn I).. 1 lot ..... ...... 2.40
r.rimhall Park. 1 lot. Bal..-. 47 J9
Jnnpt. Mrs. W. D.. 1 Iot.. 7.60
MrCall. Mrs. Mary S., 1 lot 16.00
McHan, Glenn, 1 lot 14.00
Medford, Ben, 1 lot 16.00
MnnHv IT. B.. 1 lot ., 25.60
Moore, Dora, 1 lot 8.20
ViVhnlaa. R L.. 1 lot 6.40
P.l J M . 1 Int....-. 1.60
0oen W. T 1 lot 18.08
RAhininn. Mrs. R. F 1 lot .. 12.88
Sader, Barbara and J ulius, 1
Scates, John T., 1 lot 15.20
Wanaca Inv. Corp., 1 lot 16.00
Withers, EL,-l lot 3.20
Withers, W. A. Est 1 lot 28.80
HoweU, Alden, Sr., 1 lot . 116
To the foregoing taxes will be
added penalties of one per cent
per month beginning with the
month of February, 1941, and the
cost of this notice.
Sale made pursuant to the laws
of North Carolina, and by order of
the Board of Aldermen.
This the 11th day of Auirust. 1941
G. C. SUMMEROW,
W. H. & Otis Burgin, 1 lot
W. G, Byers, 1 lot ............. ...
J. M. Cagle. 1 lot ......... ..
Eston R. Caldwell, 1 lot, Bal.
Harrison Caldwell, 1 lot ....
Wilburn Campbell, I lot ....
Eddie Capps, 1 lot ....
Carlisle & Co., 1 lot
H. P. Carpenter, 1 lot ........
J. C. Chandler, 1 lot .........
Mrs. Josephine Chase, 1 lot
Harley Clark, 1 lot
Minnie J. Collins, 1 lot ........
Cecil Collette, 1 lot ............
W. W. Colson, 1 lot ............
Owen Corwin, 1 lot ............
Mrs. Sarah Cory, 1 lot ........
Frank Coxe Est., 1 lot ........
Walter T. Crawford, 1 lot
C P. Davis. 1 lot ................
James F. Davis, 1 lot
W. W. Davis, 1 lot ..............
J. W. Derrick, 1 lot ....
Mrs. C. M. Dicus, 1 lot ........
Donald Dunham, 1 lot
Daniel Earley,; 1 lot ............
J. P. Edwards, 1 lot ........
Harry Evans, 1 lot . ..
Mrs. Genevie Farris, 1 lot
H. B. Ferguson, 1 lot
J. C. Ferguson, 1 lot ........
T. Walter Ferguson, 1 lot ..-
Carman Fincher, 1 lot .
Mrs. Isadore Fincher, 1 lot
Mrs; D. E. Fincher, 1 lot ....
J, A. Fisher, 1 lot .
Williard Francis, 1 lot ........
W. R. Francis, 1 lot ........
Sam Freeman, 1 lot. .......
James A. Gaddis, 1 lot ........
John Gaddis, 1 lot
Henry Gaddy, 1 lot .
Robert Gaddis, 1 lot ............
M. O. Galloway, 1 ,lot .......
David PitU Gautier, 1 lot ....
W. A. Grahl, 1 lot
"r T jiwrpnce Green. 1 lot
.irs. Eugene Grimsley, 1 lot
Otto Groce, I lot
G. W. Guffey, 1 lot ,
H. A. Hall, 1 lot
H. M. Hall, 1 lot
Mrs. V. L. Harkins, 1 lot
Havwood Cooperage, 1 lot -
J. Fred Henry, 1 lot
Mrs. Jesse Herron, 1 lot
W A Herron Est.. 1 lot ....
Alden Howell, Sr.. 1 lot
Boyd & Howell, 1 lot
E B. HoweU tst., l lot
Rnhert Howell. 1 lot
Notice Of Tax Sale
(Continued from page ) -
James, Frank 1 aero i.14
Ketner, Ernest E 2 H acres 6.40
Ketner, Wslter B, 8 acres 29.82
Liner, Mrs. Hardy, 11 acres 8.14
1 lot IT ""
Fred II. Saunders, 1 lot .... 9.64
Arthur Shehan. 1 lot 13.60
Mrs. G. E. Shoaf, 1 lot ........ .0u
Mrs. Lou Silverthorn, 1 lot 21.80
D. M. Simmons, 1 lot .. ..... l.w
Lacv B. Simmons, 1 lot .... 7.10
Dr. B. F. Smathers, 1 lot .... 10.20
Georiro Smith. 1 lot 3.40
James R. Smith, 1 lot ..... .. 3.40
James Sorrells, 1 lot ........ uo
Monte G. Stamcy, 1 lot ... 31.84
Thomas B. Stout. 1 lot 10.78
Alice Stringfleld, 1 lot ........ 2.89
Mrs. Mary E. Stringfleld, 1
lot ..;.......,;v. 248.80
Dr. Sam Stringfiold, 1 lot .... 72.08
Dr. Tom Stringfleld, 1 lot..... .-,.a
Joe N. Tate, 1 lot 38.20
Mrs. James R. Thomas, 1 lot 25.50
Mrs. Alice Underwood, 1 lot Z0.20
Spaldon Umiorwood, 1 lot 44.37
S. L. Underwood Est,. 1 lot 13.60
Geo. H. Ward, 1 lot 204.00
Waynesville Laundry, 1 lot 69.70
Waynesville Pharmacy, 1 lot 51.00
Reagan Wells, I lot ........ 1,70
Fruit Jules Laxatits
GUARANTEED to ,
' Relieve Constipatioa '
renol contains fresh pnmo
Joleo. It is a scientifically howos
onlaod emulsion of prano Juice sadi
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Softens waste matter, lubricates
intestinal canaL gently stimulates
intestinal mnscles whose actloa to
!so Important to effective bowel
i inovemeat. Pmaol slso helps re
store normal muscular strength,
ioo srlplno or Irrltstlon from Proook
Vr-'oTproTides rollof of your
money H refunded. For ehfldron,
expecUnt toothers sad elderly
Pronol eomes ia two rises, 60s I
or IL00. Sold and msfsotood bx
V Economy hint! Fix up that chimney and house foun
dation now! A little upkeep is better than a big re
pair job. Build for keeps "with brick.
BUILDS BETTER HOMES
MOLAND-DRYSD ALE CORP.
ETOWAH, N. C.
Truck Deliveries to all Parts
Of Western North Carolina
T. Woolsey Howell, 1 lot 119 00
Glenn Hoxit, 1 lot
Mrs. Nannie E. Jones, 1 lot
S. A. Jones Est., 1 lot
J. W. Kilhan, 1 lot
W. H. Ku-kendall, 1 lot
Margarette Lavenger, 1 lot
May Cope Leatherwood, 1 lot
Ralph Leatherwood, X lot
Mrs. Nell D. Lee, 1 lot
R. Dean Lee, 1 lot
b T. Lee. 1 lot .
W. I. 4 E. L, Lee, 1 lot
ON and AFTER July 14
All Suits and Plain Dresses
Dry Cleaned and Pressed For
The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.)
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