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, 6-5301.
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?nt Co. next to Farmers
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call Canton 3274
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oonnsite Canton Motor
iv. Phone Canton 2312
Mar. 20-tf
0\S?Comoletcly equip
n shnn For free pstim
II CI. C,-5r?13 Sales and
H-M Neon. Waynesvllle.
A 3-tf
V CFORCF, before yotl
11 or trade lots bouses.
?art1: of land. Dial OI. fl-;
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40UNTMN TRKE SFRV
r;mmin<7 tunning. remov
ding"and cavity worlc. Alt |
n ar? I'xnerienepd and
Hired. Dial GL G-3296.
Jy 2-tf
I OFFFIt. We will allow
>.00 Trade-in on your old
ratnr and $25 00 on anv
lashing machine toward
frhase of any of the fail
s'or ge anolianees: elec
inges. refrigerators and
t machines. Come in to
lavwnnd Furniture Co..
Justice, owner. Main St..
iville. A 3
lung men
wanted
ews for young men. Pay
National Guard for a
drill is the same as the
J full day in the Rerular
"ii also earn 75 retlro
ints each y-?ar. ? In'-esti
,v Call T WK COM
|1n,h INFANTRY. Dial
12.
to loans
o? Are Planning
Buy A New Car
* Late Model
fd Cat Or Want
finance Your
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nr Information
that,
GL 6-5395
lrv LOCALLY
,l'RF LOCALLY
xn'FE LOCALLY *
ichi.and
iance co.
'21 Main St.
Wanted
WANTED: A colored Maid. Appl)
Hugh J. Sloan. Blink Bonny
Dial GL 6-4659 Aug ;
WANTED ?NEW OR RKNEWAI
1 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO SATUR
DAY EVENING POST. The K1
wanis Club is raising; funds U
build a Seoul Hut by selling sub
scriptions to the Saturday Even
ing Post. If you care to eon
tribute to the building fund b]
subscribing, please cull Molting
er Motor Co.. Moody Rulanr
Waynesville Auto Parte, or anj
member of the Kiwanis Club
, Jy 20-u
WANTED TO RENT ? Unfurnlshei
5 or 6 room house outside city
limits. Ed Patterson, Jr., N. C
Wildlife Protector, Box 58
#Waynesville. A 3_t
Male Help Wanted
HELP WANTED?Young man tt
learn business machines. Musi
have neat appearance and be me
chanically inclined. Apply in
person at Haywood Typewrite!
Company, BaLsam lload at 5
Points. ? jy 27 tl
For Rent
FOR RENT?Business building on
Depot Street. 1600 square .feet
floor space. Apply Darnell's
Cleaners and Launderers.
_ Jy 2-tl
FOR RENT?5-room apartment at
211 Hazel St. Dial GL 6-4764
Jy 27-30 A 3-C
FOR RENT?Completely furnished
house for rent August and Sep
tember. All electric kitchen.
Beautiful view, 121 Johnson llill
Street. Jy 30 A 3-G
FOR RENT ? 4-room furnished
apartment, with water. Suitable
for couple. Phone GL 6-3026.
Jy 30 A 3
FOR RENT?Four room cottage on
Hammer St. Wired for electric
range. Dial GL 6-4064. A 3
FOR RENT?Unfurnished 4-room
2nd floor apt. on Boundary St.
Just redecorated. Heat furnished.
Rent $55.00 per month. Dial GL
6-3543 A 3-6
For Sale
FOR SALE ? PIGS & SHOATS?
See Robert McKay on Sulphur
Springs Rd. or Dial GL 6-3146.
Aug 3 to 31
WOOD FOR SALE ? Hard wood
lust C"t *5 00 load Onen Air
Curb Market. Dial GL 6-5021?
J 26-tf
FOR SALE?Low priced portable
typewriter. Sold on terms.
Kaiser's Book Store, 133 Main
Street. Waynesville. M 7-tf
WOOD FOR SALE ? Delivered.
One load?$5.00; 2 loads?$9.00,
All hardwood. Dial GI, 6-4356.
Jn 8-tf
FOR SALE ? Oil cook stoves.
Cheap for quick disposal. Dial
GL 6-5718 Soco Gap Rd J 27-tf
The Best Buy
On Earth ?
Haywood County
Real Estate
Contact
W. A, Bradley
Dial GL 6 ? 3181
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LOGS
WANTED
i
We will purchase any
{iiantity merchantable
rlardwood logs delivered
to our mill at Ilazelwood,
*. C.
GENNETT
LUMBER CO.
For Sale
FOR SALE?Six-room brick house
near town, schools and churches.
Conveniently located in desirable
neighborhood. Write "House."
Box 511( Waynesville. Jn 25-tf
? _
VoR SALE ? "49 Pontiac, radio,
heater, whitewall tires. Excep
tionally clean. A-l condition.
Must sell immediately, can fin
ance half. Can be seen after six
at 111 Haywood St., behind Ray's
Store. See Willis Beck. Jy 23 tf
r FOR SALE?Hemlock framing and
boards. Fire wood: Cut slabs and
f strips. Free: Saw Dust. Warner
Lumber Co.'s Saw Mill Lake Lo
1 gan Road. Jy 16-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE ? Four
room house with bath. Two acres
I of land on paved street. Price
$4,100. Dial GL 6-4010
Jy 30-A 3
, FOR SALE?Apartment house, con
' sisting of three completely furn
? istied units: located on an acre
of ground. Beautiful view. Price
$10,500. Excellent terms. Liner
i Heal Estate. Dial GL 6-4331 or
GL 6-6083. Jy 30 A 3
, FOR SALE?Patrick's Cafe and
Cafeteria, located on Main Street;
in Waynesville. opposite the1
First National Rank. This is the
best equipped cafe west of Ashe-,
ville. The business has been
operating in the same location
for the past 32 years. For fur
ther information call or see W
R. Francis. Attorney of Waynes
ville, or George C. Patrick.
Jy 30 A 3-6-10-13-17,
CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRAPH
IC SUPPLIES For Rent, Trade
or Sale. See Photo Department
of Kaiser's Rook Store. Jn 1-tf
Stop, Look, Listen
MONTEREY PARK. Calif. lAPl
?A local resident who was up in
arms when the city councjl did not
inslall a stop sign a1 an intersec
tion now wonders if It was worth I
all the fuss.
The unidentified citizen demand
ed the sign be erected. He said
those who do not heed stop signs'
should* be cited, and he took the'
council to task for not recogniz
ing the need for the sign earlier.
The sign finally was erected. One
of the first violators: The man who
wanted it up in the first plkce.
WILL SWAP
1917 Ford pick up truck and
a 1917 Mercury Coupe far
lots, acreage, saw timber or
cattle anywhere in Hay
wood County. Call or see
H. L. LINER
131 Main GL 6-4331
1
GILBERT
Concrete Products Co.
Seventh Ave. E. Dial 4463
4" i2c 12" 26c
6" 15c 8" 18c
Bevel Siding ? 18c
Chimney Blocks ? 55c
Silo Blocks .. 22c
Hendersonvillr, N. C.
For Your Everyday
HARDWARE AND
PAINT NEEDS
Shop
HOWELL'S
HARDWARE
Joe Ilowell, Owner
Dial GL 6-5221 Main St.
f USED
I TIRES
ALL SIZES
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
Wholesale Prices
1 - THE -
I SIMS CO.
Ed Sims
Junaluska Road
DIAL GL 6-4921
By CARL GOERCH
Mr. J. L. Memory is In a quand
ary. -
Mr. Memory is connected with
Wake Forest College. He is a man
who has received a college educa
\ tion. who has been in contact with
highly learned men for a number
of years, and who has a mind which
runs to scientiflc things.
But Mr. Memory is puzzled. He
has come across something which
conflicts with his scientiflc thoughts
and he doesn't know what to make
of it,
He has a white mare which, at
times, is inclined to be rather wild.
Now any person. With any intel
ligence whatsoever, knows that
witches have a preference for white
inares. That's a facl Which is well
established, regardless of what
.-dentists may say about it.
One morning, as Mr. Memory
was taking the mare out of the
stable, a neighbor happened to be
passing by. He glanced at the mare
and commented sort of casual like:
"Well, Mr. Memory, I see the
witches have been working your
mare again."
Mr. Memory said: "What do you
mean by thai?"
And the man said: "Don't you see
that she's all eoverod with sweat1
That means that the witehes have
been working her all night. They'll
do it every time when the moon is
full."
Mr. Memory scoffed at the very
idea. He continued to scoff, despite
the (act that every morning, after a
full moon, he would find the mare
covered with sweat He mentioned
the matter jokingly to some other
people and was surprised to dis
cover that the other people didn't
take it as a joke at all. As a mat
ter of fact, they were surprised
it his ignorance about the sub
ject.
The mare?like all other mares
?has a mane. One day, not lone
ago. Mr Memory noticed that a
part of the mane was plaited and
that there was a knot tied in it
lie unlangled the hairs, brushed
the mane smooth, and thought
nothing more of it.
The next morning, he noticed
that the mane was plaited and
knotted again The same thing hap
pened on each succeeding morning.
Hp mentioned it to an old farm
er with whom he happened to be
In conversation on the streets of
Wake Forest one day The old man
looked at him in mild amusement
"You mean to tell me." he said,
"that you don't know what causes
that1"
lV.'r. Memory confessed bis ig
norance.
"The witches have been plaiting
that mare's mane." said the farm
er. "They'll do it every time
'Long as I can remember, it has
alvvavs been a well-known fact that
witches are fond of white mares.
'Most every white mare is be
witched. Does your mare act kind
er wild at times?"
Mr Memory admitted that she
lid
The man nodded his head sagely.
"That proves It," he said. "But you
don't need to worry about it, be
cause practically every white mare
!s bewitched."
A couple of weeks ago. Mr.
Memory took his mare around to
i man who shoes. The mare arted
awfully contrary-like and Mr.
Memory apologized to the man for
the way she was cutting up The
man waved the apology aside.
"You don't have to tell me any
thing about this mare," he said. "I!
THE* <IU L'A Mil V
My Favorite Stories
know *11 about her."
"Whit ao you know about her?"
"I .know she's bewtiched," said
the man calmly. "Doesn't she sweat
every morning after a full moon?"
"Yes."
The man walked to the front of
the animal. He regarded the mane
carefully and then pointed Co the
part that was plaited and knotted
"Can't get rid of that, can you?"
Mr. Memory admitted that he
hadnt been able to.
"And you won't either," said the
horse-shoer. "Ill tell you what I'll
dp. You can comb and brush that
mane all you want to, and yon can
padlock your barn so that nobody
can get into it. Or you can sit up
and watch the barn all night, to
make sure that nobody is messing
with the animal. And I'll bet you a
hundred dollars that the next
morning, when you open the doors
of your stable, you'll find the same
plait and this same knot in the
mane."
Mr. Memory refused to take the
bet. Just the same, that evening, he
brushed the mare's mane with ex
tra care. There wasn't a single tan
gle or knot in it.
The next morning when he wont
to the stable to feed the animal, he
found the same plait and the same
knot.
Now you'd think tbaf that would
be enouglv to satisfy any normal
man of the presence of witches, but
Mr. Memory apparently is one of
those individuals who is too stub
born to permit himeslf to be con
vinced by conclusive evidence and
Proof. Dozens of substantial folks
have told him of the close connec
tion between witches and white
mares, but he still scoffs at the
theory. All of which goes to prove
that a college education isn't much
help in promoting common sense
and broadmindedness.
Mr. Memory believes in the
fourth dimension, in squaring the
circle and with various other sci
entific theories, but when it comes
to a simple, every day matter like
a white mare and the presence of
witches, he acts like a person who's
never been to school at all. Just the
same he admits that he is slightly
puzzled.
City Slicker Lights
OKLAHOMA CITY <AP> ? A
resident of rural Choctaw, charg
ed with running a red light, pictur
ed herself today as the victim of
the complex hig city traffic light'
system.
"There's six traffic lights at that
intersection," Mrs. Kuby Vern
Lovell, 35. told the court. "1
Couldn't tell which was mine."
"All you have to do is follow the
one 'in front of you." advised
Judge James Demopoios, and fined
her $10.
REDUCED SUMMER
PRICES
Now In Effect!
Order Now and SAVE On
EGO - LUMP - STOKER
COAL ]
DIAL GL 6 - 4061
For Prompt Delivery
WAYNESVILLE
COAL COMPANY
REPORTS from New Hampshire
Indicate that Gov. Hugh Gregg
(above), 35, may succeed the late '
Sen. Charles W. Tobey, who died
of a heart attack. This could be
done by Gregg's resigning as Gov*
ernor and being succeeded by
New Hampshire Senate President 1
Lane Dwinell, who then would |
name Gregg to the Senate post ,
Smart Soreheads
If you suffer from headaches you
may find some consolation in the
fact that you're in distinguished
company. An investigation has
turned up the information that head
aches are far commoner among edu
cated people than among their dull
er-witted brothers.
-
The farthest faint star which
can be seen by the Palomar tele
scope is believed to bo seen by j
tight which has been traveling to
ward the earth for two billion'
ytars at the rate of about ltMI.OOt)
nilles a second.
I 1 / I
JOHNSON
MOTORS
. II
AH Models In Stock
|i
SYLVA COAL &
LUMBER CO.
Phone 71
Sylva, N. C.
Schedule - \
Bookmobile
A?|. 4
BETHEL - CENTER PIGEON - |
HENSON COVE
Rickman's Store 8:15- 9:30
Abie s Grocery % 9:45-10:00 I
Morrow's Grocery 10:10-10:40
Roy Suttles 10:50-11:15
John Blalock 11:20-11:35
Robert Clark 11:40-12:30
Lonnie Green 12:45- 1:05
T. W. Cathey 1:15- 130
Hugh Terrell 1:45- 2 00
John M Rlgdon 2:05- 2:30
Aug. 5
CECIL - BETHEL
Parris Store 9:1V10:15 '
J. P. Ledbetter 10:20-10:30
James Reeves 10:35-10:50
W. R. Hargrove 11:35-11:50
John Johnson 12:00-12:15
Harrison Henson 12:30- 1:00
Wright's Self Service 1:15- 1:3d
Southern School Service 1:35- 2:00
Jack McCracken 2:15- 2:40
West Pigeon Food Ctr. 2:50- 3:15
Aug. 7
CRUSO - FRANCIS COVE
Mrs. Lorrie Mann 9:15- 9 30
Robert Freeman 9:45-10:15
Cruso Grocery ' 10:30-11:00
Deavers Grocery 11:05-11:25
Dosha Burress 11 30-11:4f,
Springdale School
and Camp 11:55-12:15
Burl Henderson 12:30- 1:00
Burnett's Cash Grocery 1:10- 2:30
Don't buy misshapen strawber
ries even if they seem a bargain.'
They often have a small hard green
area that affects their flavor.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
Having qualified as ancillary Ad
ministrator C.T.A. of the Estate
of Thomas Church Brownell, de
ceased late of Dade County, Flor
ida, this is lo notify all persons
FOR SALE
The William Holsten prop
erty in the heart of Mag
gie. Has been successfully
operated as a Craft Shop
for several years. Has five
rooms and bath for living
and a nice store, space of
18 x 28, native rock con
struction. Has 302' front
age on highway and fronts
on both Jonathan and
Campbell Creeks. Offered
for sale at only $13,050.
We have homes in every
price range from the top to
a low of $2,750.
For full information you
have only to Dial GL 0-3501
1 THE !
L. N. DAVIS CO.
having claims against the Estate
at said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Wayi.aevilla,
North Carolina, on or before June
It. 1954 or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate pay
ment.
This the 18th day of June. IMS.
. WILLIAM MEDFORD
Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of
the Estate, of Thomas Church
Brownetl
2341?Jy 13-20-27 A 3-10-17
NOTICE OF SALE
On Friday. August 14, 1953. at
eleven o'clock A M. at the court
house door in Waynesville. the
Town of Waynesville will offer for
sale at public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash, pursuant to the
order of the Mayor and Board of
Aldermen of the Town of Waynes
ville. the following parcel or lot
of land in the Town of Waynes
ville adjoining the said Town's Al
ter plant und reservoir, more par
ticularly described and bounded as
follows:
BEGINNING at an iron stake in
a line parallel with the fence line
and Ave feet therefrom, in >the
property line of J. W. Kay, and
runs thence parallel with and (We
feet from said fence line South 38"
West about 55 feet to a stake:
Ihence due South about 5 feet *to
a stake in the Northerly margin
of said 15-foot roadway: thence
running with said roadway Nurth
88' East about 100 feet to a stake
in the J. W. Ray line: thence with
said line North 55" West about
80 feet to the BEGINNING, as
shown on the map made by John
P. W. Taylor. Engineer.
This 10th day of July 1953.
LOIS J. GENTRY.
Town Clerk.
2347?J 13-20-27 A 3
For Athletes Foot
Cue T-4-L for 3 to 5 days. It
actually Deels off the outer skin,
expos"* burl d fungi and KILLS ,
ON CONTACT. If not nleas?d with .
instant-drying T-4-L, your 49c
bark at any drug store. Today at [
Smith's Drug Store.
Phone for^your...
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POLIO
INSURANCE
Protects parents, children
under 18. Pays expenses ?
up to $9000. Two year
family policy $10, individ
ual $5. ,
Dial GL 6-4331
HARRY LINER. SR.
131 Main Street
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May Succeed Tobey
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By DUDLEY FKHEI
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