iNVABY 28, 1949 ; JlIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
r FACE FIVE (Secd&a Seelics?
F w r I FOR SALE One electric refrie- :
IJ, l U erator, 2 electric ironcrs, one
Thor washer, phone 198-R.
JtiD J 25-28
2 cents per word,
3 cents per
'will be published
Lements should be
f lately. The Moun
,t be responsible
cue incorrect in
IaNCE. Cash must
Jers sent by mail.
e in office before
day before publl-
Intee to be in want
io insert a want ad
hf service guaran-
ers Electric Co.
INTS see Haywood
, next to Farmers
Asheville Road. H.
lager, nhone 277-M,
Installed by experi-
arge stock ot glass
Its. Prompt service.
ass Service, below
1 Phone 69. tl
b PRICES for Irish
k walnuts, onions.
ip 88. tf
iO gallon Jud White
water heater. Cost
kill sell for $150.00.
ition. Skyland Cot-
Road, Phone 54-M-
RENT $7.00 per
$5.00 and $6.00 per
son for two in one
FOR SALE '48 model Jeep. Also
have extra top. See Henry Mil
ler, Howell St. Phone No. i:t2-X-M.
J 18-2 1-25-28
YOUR INCOME TAX
IVteet me at the court house
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of this week with all data in
W. C. MEDFORD
A REAL BARGAIN RCA Radio
Phonograph. Slightly used. Spe
cial price. Call 461, Waynesville.
Water Wells a Spectaltj
Farm Home Darie
10 Years' Kxpcrienc
Rt. 3, Canton, N. C Ph. Canton 2520
DAYTON "V" BELTS All sizes in
stock. MARTIN ELECTRIC CO.
HOT WATER HEATERS
Table Top Models
SPORTSMEN The finest sporting
goods in Waynesville are sold at
Rogers Electric Co. Phone 4C1.
Radio and Phonograph.
Electric Irons and Toaster's.
Radio Repair Service.
Jones Radio and
76 Main St. Waynesville
WANTED Good clean soft raffs
with buttons removed. No wool.
5c lb. The Mountaineer.
FOR SALE Have all the modern
conveniences of the city by hav
ing us to install you a Hobbins
and Myers or Peerless deep or
shallow well pump. Easy terms.
CAGLE FURNITURE CO.
Clyde, N. C. tf
iric Vacuum Clean
v $64.05, Special
H(il, i s Electric Co.,
Main Street. tf
r.iw 4-ioom house
tul location. Robert
I- Twenty-four acres
(tliixl cultivation re-
Itilnr. $1800.00. See
ai'il or Bob Brvson.
y il l Moor bedroom
''"in heat. Also first
'nl. 114 Church St.
Pl'AKY 26 I can sell
Pl'le trees at regular
ive s trees free. Z.
pmme 554-M. tf
Shucks, oat straw and
"d Auto Radios
p and Delivery
SANDING - FINISHING - TILE
FLOOR SURFACING CO.
Dear readurs. Did you see 'whar
that woman up in Danville, Vir
ginny pot so all lard absorbed in
a lnovin' pittur that a feller set
lin' beliine her cut off Vfc of her
hk-yirt an' the didn't know enny
Hiing about it not till she riz up
to (jo out an' saw she jist had on
bout i- a dress? You see, the gal
wauled to see more an' more of
t lie pittur an' jist kep on lookin';
an' the man he wanted to see
mure an' more of the gal an' kep
on c ult in' away an' that's what
Now, you all knew I'm a modis'
man, modis' as the ol'-tiine gal in
linsey diess; howsumever, I want
to tell you that that is jist how in
terestin' I've promist the Editer
I'de make this kolyum. So that
when you fokes git good started
in a-readin' it. why ennybody could
ji:t slip up behine an' cut yore
pants or k-yii t off an' you'de nev
er know it--ye-ah!
But y'all will haff to help me
keep up a Hood head o' steam, in-spra-shun,
cr sump'n you know
what 1 mean, if I reach the above
mark- yes sii-ee! Like Major Howl,
Frank Rogers an' Larnce Walker
done last wk. Larnce sez, "Now go
to it, tinkle Abe!" An' Frank, well
he told me how the fam'ly g-yath-ered
aroun' to hear him put the
'spreshun to it as he red along
jist like a skool-teacher can y'-
Why, some o' you fokes out thar
in radio-Ian' haint smiled since
Heck vvuz a pup, no sir; an' I'm
hir'd to work on jist silch long
faces as thcze. Faces all, kivvered
with gloom an' down-in-the mouth
like yore mother-law had come to
stay! Like the pictur that J. W.
Morgan use to tack up of the man
what didn't trade with him.
Oh, you, out thar in radio-Ian'
lissen to me: You're a-goin' to haff
to give an' accountin' for all them
sour looks ye-ah! You orter be a
lookin' like the man what DID
trade with Morgan. An' you don't
need no Docter. nor a hole remp
shun o' pills, pads an' shin-plas
ters; salts, sa'vs an' seltzers; teas,
lurpentime an trusses; greases
girdles an' gadgets no sir-ee! An'
you donr need to go to TTorldy
caze you'de jist be a-frownin' down
thar. All you need is a good doast
ol Uncle Abe and you'll chuckle
like a baby tickled under the chin,
FOR SALE: 1939 Packard Eight,
4-door sedan with 1947 motor,
which hua 12,00,0 miles on it. Car
is in good mechanical condition.
See Taylor Sutton, Ruute 2,
Clyde, N. C. Jan. 27 Feb. 1
Eggs have been added to the list
of foods to be plentiful on Janu
ary markets, according to the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. The
nation's hens are expected to lay
even more eggs this month than
they did a year ago.
THE OLD HOME tOWN
Local Woman Proud
Of Kentucky Despite
Ribbings Of Friends
Mrs. Cecil Elliott, now a resi
dent of Waynesville, is proud of
her native state of Kentucky, de
spite the fact that she receiyes rib
bings from her friends.
"I take quite a ribbing from
many of my friends about being
from Kentucky. They kid me about
hillbillies, child brides, moonshin
ers and the like," Mrs. Elliott said.
She brought ap article appear
ing in the Louisville Courier-journal
to the Mountaineer office re
cently in an effort to convince her
friends that Kentucky still has a
lot for which to be proud.
Mrs. EUlptt is from Cadiz, Ky.,
in Trigg county, and has resided
in Waynesville for the past seven
Oh, I hear some of you say,
"Why don't you take yore own
medicin, Uncle Abe?" Well, did
you ever h-year of a Docter takin'
hiz own medicin? Or a dentis' a
pullin hiz own teeth? Or a shurf
a-lockin hiz self up? Or a c-yar-penter
a-buildin' hiz self a house?
Did you ever, no you never
For they jist won't do it, don't
Nex' week, the good Lord willin',
I'll tell about Billy LittlebWtehes,
and so foarth.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincerest
appreciation to our many friends
and neighbors for their kindnesses
shown and the floral offerings sent
during the Illness and death of my
mother and our grandmother, Sal
Hiram Greene and family.
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of R. L. Whitener,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before the 4th day of January,
1950 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 4th day of January,
Administrator of the Estate of
R. L. WHITENER, deceased.
THE FLOI" FAMILY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT:
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
James Edward Clark, Plaintiff,
Cora Lee (Stephens) Clark, De
fendant. The above named Defendant will
take notice that an action as en
titled as above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, by
the Plaintiff to secure the annul
ment of the attempted marriage be
tween the Plaintiff and the Defend
ant on the grounds' that said De
fendant had a living husband at the
time of said attempted marriage;
that the Defendant will further
take notice that she is required to
appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Haywood County,
in Waynesville, North Carolina,
within 20 .days after the 5th day of
February, 1949, and answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action,
or the Plaintiff will apDly to the
Court for the relief demanded In
This the 10th day of January,
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North
1819 Jan. 14-21-28 Feb. 4.
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The Uruted State Hockey League
is playing its fourth season this
NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER
Sealed bids will be received by
Town of Waynesville, N. C. Mr.
G. C. Ferguson, Waynesville, N.
C. up to, but not later than 2 P. M.
February 11, 1949, for all trees
designated for cutting located on
an area embracing about 600 acres
on the west slope of Old Bald
Ridge, Waynesville Municipal
Watershed, Haywood County, North
The timber will be sold as is and
where is on a lump sum basis, for
all marked trees and all chestnut.
Merchantable trees other than
chestnut, are marked with two yet
low paint spots on the trunk, one
approximately 5 feet above the
ground, and the other approxim
ately 6 inches above the ground.
Cull trees are marked with
one yellow paint spot below
stump height and may be removed
at the purchaser's discretion. All
chestnut is included in the sale
whether marked or not.
It is estimated that the said des
ignated trees will produce approx
imately 1,349,000 bd. feet of hard
wood lumber, 14,000 bd. feet of
hemlock lumber. 2,r)l,UO0 bd. feet
of chestnut lumbei-, and several
hundred cords of acid wood, and
many waste trees for fuel wood.
Detailed estimates of the timber
to be cut are on file in the Town
Hall, Waynesville, N. C.
Timber to be cut is from an area
of the watershed from which water
is not being used, but it is to be
cut and logged under the strict
supervision and restrictions as re
quired by the State Health Le Bail
ment for the protection of the
The accuracy of the estimates '
(on file) are not guaranteed by the .
Town of Waynesville, and each
prospective purchaser is urged to
examine the timber and must as-)
sume complete responsibility for .
his bid. '
The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. ''
The " successful bidder will be
require to aign a written timber
sale agreement whltfh includes '
terms of sale, road and skid trail '
locations, and specifications, and
other requirements regarding the f
logging operation. A sample sale ':,
agreement, bid forms and related
information are available from the
Town of Waynesville. All interest-'
ed persona are invited to contact..
Mr. G. C. Ferguson, -Town Hall,
Waynesvilfe; N. C. in regard to'
additional information and permis
sion to inspect the timber. .
This 6th day of January 1949.
TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE
By Hedwig A. Love, '
1820 Jan. 14-21-28 Feb. 4
This is the BIG YEAR
TO SAVE TAX MONEY!
You'll need expert guidance
to take full advantage of every
NEW saving1 now allowed,
and THIS YEAR a Tax Re
turn MUST ACCOMPANY
your W-2 Form.
COME IN AND SEE US
THE CLOSMAN CO.
114 Main St. Upstalra
, Across From Court House
Fmrth Year in Waynesville
By Gene Byrne
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SOMETHIN" HC NEEDS AWFUL BAD j
N&W HOCKEY STICK.'
COMPLETE HOME API'LL n-
CHARD COLLECTION consist
ing of 6 Trees furnishing Apples
from early to late as follows: 1
Early Ked Bird-New Red. June.
1 Summer Delicious-Large Yel
low. Summer. 1 Maiden Blush
-Golden with red cheek. Late
Summer. 1 Grimes Golden-Late
Fall. 1 Virginia Winesap-Popu-lar
Red. Winter. 1 Delicious
-Favorite Red. Winter. AH six
trees 3 to 4 ft. Size Special
Offer No. 30-8 $6.85, Postpaid.
Write for Free Copy 43-page
Planting Guide in full color.
WAYNESBORO. VIRGINIA. J 28
FOR RENT FEB. 1 One .i-room
and bath apartment. Very com
fortable and very reasonable.
Phone 163-J. J2a
WILL DO FURNITURE UPHOLS
TERING or refinishing job for
some lumber, new or used.
Saunders Furniture Shop. Phone
FOR SALE OR RENT Business
fciiilHina nnnnsile E. O. EnsleV S
Store. See Warren Mills, Camp
Branch Road. J 28 F 1
FOR RENT Three room apart
ment, opposite Shuler s Store on
the Dellwood Road. See Mrs.
Raymond Swaynginr J28
CINDER BLOCKS Superock
blocks and Concret Block, 4",
8", and 12" sizes. The W. A.
Hays Block Plant, Phone 102.
Franklin or 903 Highlands. tf
YOUNG MEN between ages 17
18V6 take your military training
at home in the Heavy Tank Co.,
N.C.N.G. Earn extra pay, learn
new skills. Phone 168 for furth
er details. . J 28
M. V. B RAM LETT, JB.
N. Carolina Man Back
At Work, Thanks
Scalf's For New Life
'Often I couldn't eat anything
without suffering from gassy stom
ach c o u 1 dn't
sleep was too
weak to work.
R i v e r Medicine
made me feel
like a new man
anrl I'm Ahlp to
M. J. Hudgins work now ,, de.
clares Mr. M. J. Hudgins, Route 1,
Horse Shoe, N. C.
Get your bottle of Scalf's today
on a money-oacK guarantee ui sm-
ihfaction. Remember, Nothing Re
places Scalf's Years Of Use. On
sale at all good drug stores.
"Hear Scalf's Indian River Boys,
over YV WNC, Dial 570, at 12:15 p.m.
Monday through Friday." adv.
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