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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, SEPt
j 3, ui:
Mrs. E. W. Teague, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
t ;i WhitMiherBr. (colored), of
Canton, medical case, is resting
F. A. Justice, of Clyde, operat
ive case, is more comionaDie.
Grady Warren, of Canton, opera
tive case, is some oeuer.
Mrs. James Brown, of Lake Juna.
luska, operative case, is improving.
Matt Grooms, of Maggie, oper
ative case, is better.
Tl -nH iHnn nf Willis Beck, of
Balsam, operative Case, is good.
Mrs. Eugenia Sutton, of Cove
Creek, medical case, is resting f air
Miss Betty Smith, of Canton,
operative case, is resting more
Mrs. Glenn Parris, of Canton,
route 3, operative case, is better.
Miss Opal Killian, of Clyde, medi
cal case, is improving.
Mrs. W. W. Morgan, of Canton,
operative case, is resting fairly
Miss Rosa Lee McClure, of Way
nesville, operative case, is better.
J. M. Ledford, of Canton, medical
case, is improving.
Master Fred Norris, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is resting fair
Ves Guy, of Waynesville, medi-
Certificates have been received
by the Haywood county chapter of
the Red Cross for members com
pleting the course in July under
the instruction of Miss Lou Belle
The following members of the
class received certificates: Mrs.
Medford Leatherwood, Mrs. R. W.
Howell, Mrs. Dick Moody, Miss
Edna Boyd, Mrs. Frank Kennedy,
Mrs, Troy Leatherwood, Mrs.
Grady Howell, Mrs. Berry Messer,
and Mrs. Tom Rainer.
Ensign Charles Moody, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moody, has
been home for a few days- Ensign
Moody has been transfered to Har
vard University for training in
Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Dulin and
family have been on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leather
wood, of Hazelwood, spent Sunday
with the former's family.
Relatives of David Hugh Moody
have received word that his wife,
who has been very ill in a Rich
mond hospital, is bette.r
Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard Fergu
son, of Atlanta, have been visiting
his mother, Mrs. Lee Ferguson-
Miss Janette Dillard, of Sylva,
has been added to the faculty of
Rock Hill school for the coming
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
W. T. ANDREWS, if he be alive,
if not, his heirs at law and his
wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known.
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment in the above entitled cause
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, on Au
gust 24, 1942, the undersigned
Commissioner will on the 28th day
cf September, 1942, at 12 o'clock
Noon at the Courthouse Door of
Waynesville, Haywood County,
North Carolina, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to the confirmation of the
court, the following described real
property, located in Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, and more particularly
described a follows;
Being Lot No. 10, Block 125, of
the Southern Assembly grounds,
at Lake Junaluska as surveyed and
platted by J. W. Seaver, C. E.,
April, 1926, which map is recorded
in Record of Maps Book "A," Sub
index "B," page 7, Haywood Coun
ty Registry, to which map and
record reference is hereby made
for full and comple description of
said property by metes and bounds.
Being the same property con
veyed by the Southern Assembly to
w. T. Andrews, by oeea aatea tne
27th day of August, 1926, and re
corded in Deed Book 14, page hi
This the 26th day of August,
No. 122& Aug. 27-Sept 3-10-17
cal case, is resting some better.
Baby Janice Mason, of Canton,
route 2, medical case, is improving.
Mrs. Zeb Trammell, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is resting
Mrs. Richard Packett, of Cove
Creek, medical case, is some better.
Mrs. Hubert Plemmons, of Haz
elwood, medical case, is resting
Mrs. A. M. Fairbrother, of Can
dler, route 2, operative case, is
Mrs. John Pnrltn nf Mae-pie. nne.
rative case, is resting fairly well.
Mrs. Hazel Tugman, of Waynes-
Mack Moore, of Canton, opera
tive case, is resting more comfor
ville, operative case, is better. (Frank Scates, Mrs. Ed Sanford,
Mrs. Lewis Deaver, Mrs. m. b.
Mrs. Lewis Reece, Master Ed
ward Mull, McKinley Pressley,
Mrs. James Henderson, Mrs. Wil
liam Parris, Ulus Inman, Jim Wil
liamson, Tommy Rhea, Mrs. James
Rtwi, Bill Inman, Miss Stella
Haney, Mrs. Robt. Mehaffey and
baby, Mrs. James Moore and baby;
and Mrs. R. V. Haynes and baby.
Among those discharged from the
Havwood Countv Hostrital during
the past wesk were: Hardy Ewart,
Mrs. Clayton Burnett, Mrs. Pear
son Sutton, Master David Jaynes,
Miss Hazel Miller, Willis Beck,
Mr. and Mrs. Trouman Grasty,
of Waynesville, route 1, announce
the birth of a son on August 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy ( Amnions, of
Wavnesville. announce the birth of
a son on August 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rogers, of
Clvde. route 1. announce the birth
of a son on August 26th.
Mr. and t..
of a son on August 3oth lh ki-
Mr and Mrs. Jack w
Hazelwood, announce k.
a son on August 27th
M J i, . I
",v iurB- James P v
of Waynesville. annn ;. H
of a daughter on a.ZM
3 for 5L Qr
SMALL LAUNDRY SOAP
FINE TOiLET SXl?
Lge. CLEANSER or SOAP
6 W 25
CAMP or OUTING
J U G S A L E
KEEPS BEVERAGES COLD FOR HOURS
MONARCH JUG .
SPOUT JUG .......
, MONARCH 1-GAL
Red or Green Label -
BREWERS YEAST . ; 33
25c Size Talcum Ita
WOODBURY 4 2 1 C
$1.00 Size Genuine I-Y jfjgif
IRONIZED YEAST . . .
SOc Size Nadinola efYfcjPtiA
BLEACH CREAM 29
Bottle 100 P. D. & Co. JA
ALOPHEN PILLS 4S
50c Tooth Powder 4fcaf
50c Size Ain.
YAGER'S LINIMENT . . 27
$1.25 Four-Purpose Cream 40Js
LADY ESTHER $QC
KRUSCHEN SALTS ... 27
$1.00 Size Hair Tonic KBrt.
LUCKY TIGER 79
$1.25 Size Formula BT
25 Capsules ff sfl 10
WHITE'S MULTI-V . . .
Trial Size 10c
50c Lady Esther
With Luggage Front
WEEK-END o FITTED CASES
WARDROBE e GLADSTONES
Prices Starting at $4.98
FEET HURT ?
Famous Blue-Jay Foot Comfort and Relief Products
are featured In our Foot Aids Dept. '
far CORNS Far TINOn WOTS
Blue-Jay Corn Platters Blue-Jay Moleskin
Blue-Jar Liquid Corn . .
fetUNKMrAlN Blue-J.y C.Uu. Plaster.
Blue-Jar Protect-O- All Item.
P.d. on Sale at- 63.
I Box of 12 22C
Box of 12
Regular Junior Super
STRAINED 6 FOR
Ri3iS 1 FOOD
Actors' Shave Cream
Removing mikt-UD nikti
the skin sensitivt to shaving.
That', why so many aotor
us mild, bland William.
Shaving Cream. Try itt
50o SIZE TUBE
89 HAIR BRUSH
Buy One For - - - ... $ i .69
) Get One 49c FREE '
25c Dr. West's
25c Liquid or Tablet ; g
PHILLIPS MAGNESIA J.2
BIRD SEED .
TEETHINA . .
60c Dr. Kilmer's
25c Lather Shaving Cream
KRANKS 10c h
35c Tooth Paste '
WOODBURY'S - - - - 2 for 35(J q
S. M. A. ------- - 93f--H
Camels. Lucldes. Chesterfields, etc. Ful1 Pint
CIGARETTES, Pkg. 13
P. A., etc.
Double Decks New Backs Tax Paid C 4 1 Q
Congress Playing Cards . " 1
50c Jar or Tube Share Cream
BARBASOL . . . .
50c Tin 30
AN ACIN TABLETS .
25c Chewing Gum Laxative
FEEN-A-MINTS . . . .
$1.00 Size MeUo-Gb
FACE POWDER . . . . .
$1.25 Original Bottle
CAROID and BILE
25c Ammen's For Prickly Heat
HEAT POWDER .
SOc Size Arrid
halEvs r.i-o . .
$IJZS Size Tablets "
$1.25 Female Tonlo '
50c Dr. Lyons
TOOTH POWDER . .
25c Size Headache Powders ! (
STANBACK or B-C . . . "jLV
Large Size Mange Cur
GLOVER'S ...... 05
55c Golden Peacock
BLEACH CREAM .
MINERAL OIL . .
BE SURE OF GETTING THE BEST
We buy direct from the manufacturer. This constantly keeps a fresh
stock of wholesome and pure drugs In our Prescription Department
Only nationally known brands go In each Prescription filled. The next
time your doctor writes an order for medicine let Smith's Cut-Rate
safely save you money.
TWO (2) Registered Druggists i To gerve You
(None Sold To Dealers Ouantifv Rio-vt. rodj
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