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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
rAGt, ruin.
No Nutmegs la Connecticut
Connecticut, the "Nutmeg State."
produces no nutmegs. Most of this
ancient spice still comes from the
East Indies. The name derives
from colonial times when a visit
ing English doctor said that Con
necticut people were using the by
products of their shoe peg factories
to make nutmegs.
Ran Mountain Goats
The state of Washington ranks
first in the number of mountain
goats, with 8,500 ahaggy, nimble
footed animals. The other leading
states are Montana with 5,000, Ida
bo with 4,000 and South Dakota with
lesa than 300. "he Rocky Mountain
goat la classed as an antelope rath
tr than a goat.
First Ost-Iron Plow
First patent for a cast-iron plow
wai awarded to Charle Newbold
of New Jersey in 1798. In 194fc
there were 1,193 manufacturers with
1,258 patents producing farm ma
chines and equipment in the Unit
ed States. Inventions, inspired by
patents, have built this highly
competitive industry.
New Jap Leader
Asheville Burley
Averaged $45.25
In Past Season
The average price for tobacco
sold on the Asheville market this
season was $45 25, mooiding to an
announieinent ot the V S Depart
ment of Agiii'ultiue
According to goernment figures,
9,237 3H0 puuiuh- ui-ie sold at Ashe
ville. Of the 01 burley markets,
Asheville ranked Mill in verage
price and 19tli in total poundage
sold during iiu- 'i-an.
The auiKf pine was $3 05
lower than the eiKht-Mtate belt
Applications Are
Being Taken For
Lake Postmaster
Applications will be received
until April 1 by the U. S. Civil
Service Commission for the posi
tion of postmaster at Lake Juna-
I luska. now being held on a tempo
i rary basis following the resignation
I of her permanent appointment by
' Mrs. VVlllard Moody,
j The position pays a yearly saT
j ary of $2,800.
Eligibility requirements Include
residence in the Lake Junaluska
mart delivery area for at least one
year; that the applicant be tn good
physical condition and within the
prescribed age limits, 1 to 63.
Applicants will take a written test
at Waynesville, and will also be
rated on their educational and
business or professional experience,
general qualifications and suita
bility. 4
RAIPPbJ
RAIFF'S
average. but $2 r'i higher than a
year ago when Asheville led other
4 A:.V'
Folks - We're Overstocked In Shoes! Recent Sno)
If
markets.
Boone sold 4,304,522 pounds for
IT A'awfc
Slowed Down Our Shoe belling to a h'oint Where
Must Sacrifice Profits and are Offering a Great M
an average of $38 64, and West
Jefferson, in its initial season, mov
ed 1,729 667 pounds for an average
of $34 79.
Full information and application
i
, The High Cost of Living
Doesn't Leave Much For Clothes But ... at RAIFFS You
Buy Much For Little Regardless of Size.
SEE THESE EASTER SPECIALS
SPECIALS FROM OUR MEN'S SUIT
DEPARTMENT
Suits To Fit Any Man!!
LONGS SHORTS STOUTS
1
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MEN'S GABARDINE SUITS
1009; wool . . . Values to $65
MEN'S FINE WORSTED SUITS .
100' .' wool $60 values Reduced to
$45.00
$39.98
HARD TO FIT MEN'S SUITS . . . Longs . . . Shorts
. . . Stouts . . . assorted patterns. AA Qft
100'; wool. Values to $75. Reduced to viWO
MEN'S 100' ; WOOL CHALK
STRIPE SUITS reduced to --
$29.98
One Lot of 100'; Wool YOUNG MEN'S SUITS -Fancv
patterns. Good Tailoring Ol Qft
REDUCED TO ii'UO
One lot of YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
Small sizes. Reduced to
$19.98
Who has More PANTS to Show!!!
Men's f 4
Gabardine ft
t- A xTrrci v. V
267, wool. Finely
tailored . . . Regular
$7.98. Re- flr QO
ducedto VD'VO
Men's 100 Wool Gabardine Pants
. Regular $12.98
Fiiifipt tailoring
REDUCED TO
Men's Tweed Pants
100'; Wool . . . Assorted patterns flJE? QQ
Pa Mukirlo $10.98. REDUCED TO - O.UO
Regular to $9.98 . .
REDUCED TO
Men's Cashmere Pants
$4.98
Men's Dress Pants
r
Inds
REDUCED TO
Odds and Ends . . ' CO QQ
dU(J
Men's Night Shirts . . . Men's Ties . . . Fancies Men's fancy Pajamas Men's fancy Broadcloth
and Solids . . Extra Good quality Percale
SSS",-$2.49ia. $LOolyT $2.98 Kr"S&98
l j
Men's White
Madras Shirts
Special $2.49
Men's Rayon Pajamas. Regular $7.98 dA QQ
A fine gift Reduced to Pi0
TERRIFIC VALUES IN SPORT
SHIRTS!
Men's Fancy Percale (PQ ?Q
Shirts . . . SPECIAL tp.07
Men's Cotton and Rayon Shirts,
Long and Short Sleeves . . .
Regular $2.98 QO OQ
REDUCED TO i&UUU
Men's Fancy and Solid Shirts
Long sleeves . . . Some Reg
ular to $3.98 CM QO
REDUCED TO tplmVO
Men's Rayon Sport Shirts . . .
Made for us by McLaren
Regular $4.98 . .
REDUCED TO
$3.98
Men's fine White Sport Shirts
Mercerized Broadcloth . . .
Regular $3.98 J) QQ
REDUCED TO 0
$2.49
EXTRA GOOD VALUES
IN MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
rieavy Chambray Shirts ....
Broadcaster Brand P" AQ
SPECIAL AT iPl.4!
Men's Heavy Shantung Work
Shirts . . . Blue, Tan, flJO OQ
Green. Special at tj7
Men's Blue Twill Shirts'
Anvil Brand . .
SPECIAL AT -
M i. s Heavv Chino Shirts
Tan and Gray. Reg. (JO QQ
$3.29. Reduced to p&UO
Men's Grossart Shirts . . . Ray
on Stripes on Broadcloth
White, Tan
Blue
Young and Old Big or,
Little You'll Find
Your Biggest Money'
Worth at
rssfyr
ELECTED by the Japanese Diet to re
place Socialist Tetsu Kataymma aa
Prime Minister la Hi tosh! Aahlda,
shown above. Ashida is a Democrat,
but Socialists believe they will have
a voice in picking his Cabinet since
they supported him. (International).
BIRTHS
The following births have been
i J ... tl.. II ...... ...1 x..4..
announceu ui uil- iuj uuu "wmj m
Hospital during the past week:
Mr. and Mrs. Milas Rathbone, of
Clyde, a girl, March 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McElroy, I
! of Cove Creek, a girl, March I'.lh. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Justice, of j
v a nes me. ii .vkiilm
nth.
Mr and Mrs. Hratlwin Hargrove,
of Canton. lit. :t, a girl. March 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tranlham,
of Canton, a hoy. March Ulli.
Mr. and Mrs Hubert Tate, of
Waynesville, a girl. March 12th.
Mr. and Mrs George Hal!, of
Canton, a girl, March 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards, of
Hazelwood, a boy. March i:li.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rector, of
Clyde, lit. 1, a girl. March nth.
Mr. and Mrs Otha Sutton, of
Cove Creek, a boy, March llth.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Barnes, of
Canton, a girl, March 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mcsser, of
Clyde, a boy, March 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Messer, of
Clyde, a girl, March 15tli.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wells, of
Canton, Rt. 2, a girl, March 15th.
Mr and Mrs. Holmes Pruett, of I
Waynesville, Rt. 1, a girl, March
I 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rose, of Way-
I nesvillo, a girl. March 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Clark, of Can
ton, a girl, March 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Laney, of
Canton, Rt. 1, a girl, March 16th. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams, of
Waynesville. Rt. 1, a boy. March
16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Price, of
Spring Creek, a boy, March 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams, of
Uove l reeK, a noy, jviarcn inn.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Recce, of Joe,
a girl, March 18th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson, of
Waynesville, Rt. 1, a boy, March
18th?
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hill, of
Clyde, Rt. 1, a girl, March 18th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Crawford,
of Canton, a boy, March 18.
Bnakeroot's Manv Names
Snakeroot or clmiclfuga racemoia
also It known as bugbane, bugwort,
and black cohosh. It is widely dis
tributed and once established is a
weed hard to get rid of.
forms may be obtained at the post !
office for which the examination is
held, or from the U. S. Civil Ser
vice Commission, Washington 25,
D. C.
$3.98
Man's Dvfnrd Rhirta . . . white
blue, tan. Regular gO QQ
$3.98. Reduced to VfO
-nii Ji v -
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
cause it joes right to tha seat of the
eerm laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender. In-
ium.j hiwhui miirnui mem.
branes. TeU your druggist to sell you
rvAnmiilclnn wtt-.h the nn-
derstanding you must like the way rt
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
CREOMULSION
for Cozhs,Chest Colds, Pronchitii
S3HEOE
- mww T fl m m T
For the Whole FAMILY . . . starting lomori
this sale we canfiot advert isp thtt J
names, but you'll find wonderful shoes here at ridiculously low prices-5000 P j
ni? mfm'S woman's UOYS : filRLS : INFANTS' GO ON SALE STAR
M. 1'a M-A x i t f a. av.m.. i - w - -
TUMUKKUW, IHUKSUAI. lun l nuas avi,
SHOES FOR LADIES
4 Ml fcv.
2.98
1.98
OUR STOCK IS TERRIFIC! YOU'LL
GET STYLE, FIT, COMFORT
WALKING SHOES One group of samples; me
dium and low heels; brown and black; O QO
mostly narrow widths; regular to $7.95 070
NAVY DRESS SHOES One group ol Air Miep
and other good makes; regular to $7.95;
SALE PRICE
NAVY DRESS PUMPS One group,
rf.ov-l.nrlv tn $fi flfl- REDUCED to
LADIES' COMFORT SHOES 1,000 pairs; built
in arch supports; medium and low heels; Q QQ
soft and hard toes; REDUCED TO - OmVO
GOOD DRESS SHOES Odds and ends in lace,
pumps and straps; REDUCED FOR - QO
CLEARANCE TO, pair LVO
AMERICAN GIRL SHOES 500 pairs to clear; in
pumps and straps; regular $7.95; pf QQ
REDUCED TO 0UO
SHENANIGAN WALKING TIES Black, brown
and wine; regularly $7.95; C QO
REDUCED TO O.UO
LADIES' DRESS PUMPS One group with built
in arch supports; regularly to $6.98; O QO
REDUCED TO dUO
Ladies! If You Like Shoes With Closed
Heels and Toes, We Have Thetm Galore!
MEN'S SHOES REDUCED
Bargains In Ladies Play Shoes
AH Colors ... All Types
HUNDREDS OF PAIRS of Leather Play
Shoes; reg. $5.98; Reduced to
LEATHER PLAY SHOES All colors;
regularly $5.00; Reduced to
ONE GROUP PLAY SHOES
ReHiipprl for Clearance to
ONE GROUP PLAY SHOES Cloth uppers; good
leather soles; Reduced for "I fifi
quick clearance to . X.UU
3.98
2.98
1.98
CHILDREN'S SHOES
MOTHERS: shoes Fitted ExPert,y
HERE'S
GOOD NEWS!
We've Just installed an
X-Ray Shoe Fitting
Machine for children.
In our Downstairs
Children's Shoe De
partment we're pre
pared to fit your chil
dren's shoes scientifi
cally no ruessing at
the siie. Bring them
here and see for your
self just how the shoes
fit. 15 famous brands
to select from; values
were never better!
BY
X-RAY
See The Brands We Carry; Randi-raft. Slat
Yorktown, Johnsonian, Bondshire. Empire,
Arthur, and Others!
ONE TABLE Men's Dress Oxfords;
values to $9.98; Reduced to -
MEN'S MOCCASINS Regularly $.198;
Reduced for clearance to -
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Rrown and
black, regularly to $4.98; Reduwcl U, - 0(
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS - Odds and
choice of black or brown; regularly i
to $8.98: Reduced to I
MEN'S RANDCRAFT SHOES Adver
tised to sell for $10.00; Reduced to
MEN'S TOPPER DKESS OXrXJKDS
Sxcellent values; regularly $6.98; Reduced to
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Browns and
Marks: marked down for clearance to -
MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES -Of fine kid
kin with arch suDDort: Special at -
These Men's Shoes Are As Good As the Befl-I
As Comfortable Save the Differenct!
GOOD WORK SHOES AT RAHI
SPECIAL Star Brand
Work Shoes; pair --ELK
SKIN WORK OXFORDS
XlaAnnorl fnr rlparanee to -
MEN'S ENDICOTT JOHNSON Work Shoe
elk uppers; rubber and leather soles; i
Reduced fo -- -
HIGH TOP ARMY SHOES made for us E
by Endicott Johnson; brown only; Special
STAR BRAND riltiri TUr-s-uiiiiuie
for work or dress; Special at
Shoes For Boys Downsli
ONE LOT Boys' Oxfords; built for 1
tough wear; Reduced to '
ONE LOT Big Boys' Oxfords; black and
brown; some reg. to $5.98; Now - -
U1U DUiu lynuiju -
Soles; will stand lots of hard wear;
-BIG BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS-Built I
. , T O . J r. 1 r,t
ior us Dy cnaicon, , n
-LITTLE BOYS' OXFORDS Scuff Tip.
welt leather soles; Special - - " .
-LITTLE BOYS' SADDLE OXFORDS- j
Shoes For Girls-iM
ONE LOT OXFORDS White, brow
and black; Reduced tor ciearame - ,
-GIRLS' NEW BUCKLE LOAH-Kb-
Red and brown; Special at -
GIRLS' CRISS CROSS LOAPtRS
elk uppers; white, rea, Drown
C CTDAD DTTMPS Kalll'V
ctAc- ,(,;(,. roH and black; -5pu .
away style; white, red and oia. - t j
GIRLS' PATENT STRAPS- All lc
Foot Pleasure make; bpeciai ai TSijp:
SPECIAL 500 Pairs of LITTLE lu'
white, patent and black; lace ami a!Jv
straps; Special at , -
OUR STOCK OF INFANTS' SHOES IS TERRIFIC! SKKTHE
WIDE VARIETY OF STYLES . . . THE LOW PRICKS"
RaifFs Has Always Been Known For Good Shoes! M
Reductions Offer You The Great Shn Values In
If You Can't Shop At The Store, Order
By Mail. Mail Orders Are Given Prompt
Attention. No Matter Where You Live,
It'll Pay You To Browse Around In
    

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