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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
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TRIED IN JUNE
!ui!,,e R.lix"AlUTo Hold July
Term Of Criminal Court
Here On 10th
i -n'i) rttl th
Four muvtKT carf -
. f the July criminal term, of Su
cort for this county which con
T,,h 10th and will come up foi
,anesJui r Allev. who
-,, v., l.i Vi . first cuun ----
unt; Tin-h., appointment .n Jan
Lliaary. , ... -,
The murder cases are: jarbuui .-
7, for the alleged slaying or i u
tv Sherilt James -,imiiiuo
rreek- Sigffsbee i'arura, ior u
feS ,1 muili'r of Gknn K.ngsnior in
K. tuck township; Homer Brow
for '"he alleged shooting with a shot
" .wife on a lonely trail ni
R. mtk township; and Sam
1! ,o ,k and Claud Stamey, for the
-l.inR of Tye Cathey in
,, . . ,.i..,x ..i homicide case m
1 IHTe 1- aiaw
w)lilh Carl and Guy Howell, brothers,
.n.lu'cd fo, the alleged slaying
', I s,tor when the latter was
:,, .i .. v,irhwnv at Dellwood
i-1 HU on 6- j - , .
..i i. crushed bv a truck al-
V ii.. .i..:n In ,irw nf the Howells,
a,,,... ,-, thnt wn draw some days
1 lie .1 . . . i-
j i. .nfir Ainmuinnprs to
l'u ov me 1"""" - - ,
at the Julv term are a
1 ir-t week, Clyde township 1
. T vxin rvt"i n I. n
t Catiiov, c J. ," ,
stllmN. j Snjlcr J. W uks
, i p r. Nohinson, and aM
,'" ,i ' Wavtipsviilo. F. I. Roll-
, in W D Blavlo.k Malt McTioK,
, irmw.t Fitzgerald; Beav-erdam. C . N.
u,,,lt, C Tayloi, S H M.llci,
i.l Walt Amnions; Fast I' oik, K- A.
in l-iion . W Rogois 11 M
I , Mm. I. on 1HKT, .1 A. Fark;
Fh.s Creek. ('. V. Fulbriptht, .Robert
llivnc- I R- Gilford; and Ivy UU,
! I carpenter.
Clyde. J. Jones, A.
lieavei (lain, v. i- "u'i
t . . ,11 ...... T r. Tl
rlummiin; w . I . riviin; imr
I . Davis .V -N. Aoiman,
Williams, Crabtree, R. C
1 i-t Folk, Lime, C 1 aw fold
Styles; Iron Duff,- Guy Chain
, md lute Oak Allen Dais
Potato Fields Will lASHEVlLLE BAR
Be Inspected Today I HONORS JUIMIE
AnH Tomorrow Here r rAA ali.ii
!j NEW Sl'l'EKlNTENDENT j
Who was former county supeni&
tendent of Education , was nnmu
heul of the welfare work of tne coun
ty by the board of commissioners lit
a recent meeting held hen- Mr.
Henry, by virtue of his office has beeo
head of the work lor sometime.
IVnnis Match From
Mr. Niswoner And . 1). Miuth
lo Make Inspection I or
V. D- Smith, head ot the depart
ment of wveational agriculture m
Wavnesville township higli ?chool. an
nounced that 11. U. iMsswongor, oi tne
extensuvi division ot ihe stale de-
oartnient ot arguulture will spfnd
todav and tomorrow here inspecting
potato holds with a view ti cei tltica
tion of seed potatoes from tin yearV
Mr. Smih said that potato farmers
had been in the habit ot buying then
seed potatoes fronnMaine or some oth
c,. Northern state, but it had now
l,..,.n ,lmnnsti'ated that a nood grade
of seed potatoes can Ik- grow i m Ha.
.,.,w .vnniiv that llavwooi couniv
,,, iiviifliii-i- ;i variety that will bo in
. i .
demand a soon us larniers can oe-
iin to nrodm-i' them in suilieient
Quantities to put them upon the ma.k
The outlook now is for a tme pota
to crop probably the best in sevorni
years iT there is no long orougin. mi
ill visit the notato tarms
or a manv of them a he will bo able
,lnrniiT i Vi 1 mie be W' ill be I'l the coun
ty- with a view to locking over the
farms and Unding out how malny
certified 'seed potatoes n ay be grown
;.. tVi, .iiMiitv. or how many f.irmei;.
lwi nelf, (d 111 oduee cei '.Hi. J seed.
iv Smttb ! aopomnanv b :u on
bis rounds. .
M. A. Cha
Tin' Concert Class from the Odd
Frimvs' Home at Goldsboro will ap
pear in Wavnesville tomorrow even
iiic, June '23, at the Wavnesville Lle
mentarv. School building, at 8;30 p. m.
Admission will be 25 and Ij cents.
The program will be featured by
limrtettvs . a chorus, and muli.al
I- is hoiied that a large audience
Will lie present to hear this group and
contribute to this worthy cause.
ti..." w.i.nntvilk 'l ennis team dc
1 UV I,MJ.I."J".
fe'ited the Canton team on tne ienc
Meade courts last Saturday, winning
live out of seven matches.
A return engagement is. expected
to be played at an eariy uue. xi
match with the strong HendersonviHe
umb'feated team is scheduled !"i Sat
urday afternoon at the iJelle .ueaoe
The eores of last Saturday's match
is as follows:
Maxwell won over Burch, .0-2-. -2.
Weathel'by won over Nichols, ..0-2.
Padgett won from Bell. 6-2, 7-5.
Robinson, Canton, won over IT.iyiK S,
vtn. r.intnn. won over Russ, 0-3,
: ii ,ii -,i,v Pnil,r,.tt. beat. Veto
an, Bell in doul)Ies 0-2, b-,5.
Weatherbv and Russ defeated Nith
ls and Burcb, 0-2. G-2.
l ocal Man's Spine
Is drafted Willi
12-Inch Lei Hone
I T EMS
Commissioner of Revenue, A. J.
Maxwell, was beseiged by 100 mer
chants requesting him to adopt icgu
11 iow the amount of
isalus tax on each transaction in piue
:'l tags, sales slips statements, or other
Mi. Maxwell made no decision. An
iiuuncemont will be made later. It is
apparent that no stamps will be used.
Bad weather is interfering with
1'resideiH Roosevelt's vacation sea
my. Fogs and gales held up the
presidential party for a day or two.
He is sailing in New England waters,
two destroyers are following his 75
Covernoi Eugene Talmage of Geor.
Kia, ordered the highway departments,
-he capitol and certain state property
under martial law Monday, growing
out. of his lengthy budget controversy
witn the state highway board.
Fdgar Avery, 10, of Kintson, while
"iiuuiut; cabbie, J.eil ivcj wi
Norfolk Southern Railroad track and
was latally injured by a tram.
F. E. Gardner is asking $5,000 dam
ages lor injuries he is alleged to nave
received when plastering in a Raleigh
tbou.f n fnll TVio Tilns-
V.ll JIL 111 .w f
tenng cut a gash an inch and a half
ong on his head.1
New Express Line
The Skyline Service Kxpress, Int.,
began operation this week with their
two new trucks making regular sched
uled daily trips from Atlanta to
Asheville. The local firm is owned
and operand In W I Ma-ie I' A
I uguson, and W V Biadky all will
known "Wavnesville men.
Two Chevrolet tractors will be-Used
i u....i i, i.- Ti.w- v;in-'..viM--;l ti iu ks
i.u iiaui Liit. ..v.. ...
which wile built hi Iha t ind mi
Headcmarters for the express eom-
pany will be maintained at Massn.
Rirreiiture Company, with the bus
station as depot for their, cargo.
Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Massie or
ganized the J nk Rdbbit hnc but -old
. . . . .. , 1 vi irii
out their interest, several
To Be Given At
Lake Each Friday
Beginning tomorrow and continuing
eacVPriday during the Puke Sum
mer School term at Lake Junalu-ka
there will be a Mominff .viu-ica aL
11 o'clock at the Mission nui.oi..B
. Various artists from tne summc-i
chool colony and guest ai usts V's-
iting at the Lake will leaainj u,v
piograms. lloth votai .mo
cental music will be given.
All music lovers and musi .ns "---invited
to attend these Friday mom.
,.i-1i-- Mn admi-SlOl Will tC
charged ant Mr. James ArUP- ha.
kindly arranged to give ire eut. ---to
ihe grounds to those n w-h to
h'.-., the prv?'
Mnssip's Sale To
Begin Friday Morn.
Massie's Department Store is be
ginning an 8-day selling event Friday
morning and rill continue through
Saturday, July firt. Mr. Ma in
hi-, advertisement in this paper stated
that now was the opportune time to
I. nl. nnrli'cA ' QE CnOds WCTC Sd-
-.'-n;Tnr in nrice daily, and the three
N'tlsou Calloway, of Fast W aynes
v ill,. u-:is walkimr around the stioet-
of town again tins week, after being
ronlined to hi- bed tor six niontii,
because ot an ieratlon on bis spuie.
Mr. Gallowav has sutlered lrom tu.
1" rcuh.sis of the bone . fo,. ihe past
iiumber of years, and last, winter he
was carried to tho Jttltmor.e hospital
where the small bone of Ins right leg
-k i ..ikcii and crafted into hir spine
ii'. the place of the infected bone. His
of bis leg bone grafter info hi; : p.i.e
t'lted in an effort to stop the disease..
ti,., .,-vir--ti,m on hi- siiilie necessi
tate, bis being confined to his bed
for ti" months, and be must now wear
;i steel brace. The steel .brace is
nothing new for Mr. Galloway, as he
was in a plaster cast for aliout three
Manv of his friends told, him that
be would never walk again, "but t.oi
the brace which causes- him. to walk
slow, his walking is not noticeable
He sta'od that be bail never felt
better in his life. 'Ihe 12-ineh piece
of hi - left .hone grafted into bis -pine
made the improvement
ve-olulioiis Are Passed Com
mentinv On dood Work Ot
Max wood .Indue
On Monday in L'ht. dune the 12th, t
g banquet given by the Asheville R"
Association to the members oi uie
teval .ludn-ial t onterence, which
was attended bv more than one hun
dred members of the Asheville Bar
the resolution appearing below was
adopted bv a unanimous rising vote,
commending the work of Judge Alley
iluring the past five months.
. Tirespnt .ludlTO John J.
Parker, Soniur Judge ol the United
St-it.-s ('nvuit court ot Appeals, and
. . . . . ,
Judge Super of Maryland ami juugu
McC ' iniick of West vurginoa, mo
ncinKlx Reside., these there were-
T, n,tiia t District J mines and promt
nent lnwyers from nil the five states
tb. Fourth l ireiilt.
Judge Parker spoke at the meeting
and paid the following compliment to
our fellow townsman-
"I am especially glad that 1 nave
the opportunity on tins occasion to re
new my acquaintance with my friend
Felix Allev. He has olten argued ap
pt lis in ouv court. Some times he h.ls
icon and some times he has lost, but
1 can testify that be always arguou
his cases m a lavy, r-like way. 1
.i.isScn fn mi nn record now as saying
that when North Carolina included
him among her Judge-, she honoieJ
herself." . ..
Tbn resolution commending .luifg
aii.,.. rmbHshed m the Asheville
Whereas, the Honorable Felix !
Alley has devoted to Ihe Sun rior
Coin- of lluneoiiibe, t nun'y h-, tm.e
.,,.,, ,,vil.isii,.lv sine"' .- appoint
nie'd C the bench upon Ihe death of
,1,,, t-,1,. lanioiited Judge alter ly
M.mip i'ihi now i aboti; to enaiplnv
i,;. ,i,,n,, iu tins Ui-lnct : and.
wi. .1,,,-iii,, saul neriod Judge
.llov has presided over the otirU of
this County with (lie utmost laiim
...... t ... x- , I i irii I V : I t M 1 ability : and has
i., ,-..,-v a tnriipv at. the Dar
.....i ......, ,.,msi. lireseiiieo 10 ni
tent ion. patient ami painstaking toii-
i i:.. .,.,.1 iv,L- iv,,ri.-p,i unt in nirlv
to the cm! that all -matters pending in
the Court might be disposed or speeu
:i 11 -,,,( lr
11V US M I I - J ,
...i i nimrc ,s the Hunromw
.Mill U1V 111,1...-.,,-
County Bar desire to express tnetr
appreciation for these eminent ser-
'x' .!.. ii f I.,, ii re .iilved. that
ii,., ituneombe County Association
dHs hereby record its thanks to JmlfTe
mi .. tl,,. fMilbful. lust and con
sidernte seivices which he has rcn
lored. and does" extend to him its
Hood wishes in bis work m othei lts
iricts in this State, ami bespeak-, his
long continual ion upon the Rein h.
P,e it further resolved mat imt
s,,liin.. be spread upon our mm
I O vs an,) given to the press.
Rev. J. P. Harris, of, Beaufort, en
tered his nulnit Sundav morning
without his coat- Many men in his
longregation took theirs off when the
minister set the example. The preacn-1 vancing in a"' i ,,y imnosed
er said he did it for comfort and not per cent sales tax would be imposed
. . . t i :-;r Til V fir!T..
to start anything.
Senator Robert R. Reynolds an
nounced this week that he "will make
"an active fight, but not necessarily
lead" the battle for the wets in the
coming election when the state votes
on repeal of the 18th amendment.
beginning . f
In the advertisement a uuh.uw -items
are listed, and in the sxore there
will be found hundreds of other items
of equally good buys.
Miss Blanch Joy Hyatt of Asheville
visited friends here Sunday.
t ameer, a
(ill in the last S
With Senator Fra
, f In U lai u (
yi.-v atih: v
Friends of State Senator U.
I unci- of W ivnr-ulk whoiiKntlv
returned from the session of the. Gen
eral Assembly, point with pnoe iu
.- Ani.i.otiro nvnrrram ot leei.-l-
lion that, he sponsored and assisted ,
in carrying through the h-gislativc-hopper.
In -peaking of the uu it -i-ion
turbulent in a sense but construc
tive in manv.wa-ys, Mr. I raneis .men
tioned srv.ial piccr, of kgislatio.i
that he pushed -through -that ate ol
substantial . benefit to the State and
especially to Western North. Carolina.
'Out of the puces: of lcgi-lation
that ! am the proudest of," he said.
;,. .w-if .c.f. havmir tne aKo vjm
highway exempted from the opera
tion of the reorganization bill of .the
St ate Highway commission, a bill in
which -it was sought, to halt road
building in the State for the. next
hierinium. It is well known thaCthe
highway commis-ion bill hal In-en
pa-sod, and it carried with it the
provision that no knew construction
project were to be undertaken for
two Years. That, of course, fixed the
Soco'Gap road a. a dead projec' for
the next biennium."
Then it was that Mr. Francis and
other friends of the project got busy.
C . 1. . L. vnrill- inn Illfi I I V III. till
floor of the Senate, and, m his speech
to that bo.Iv, painted the oest Pic
ture possible of the beauties of the
country through which the road runs
and the advantages to the State for
the eastern entrance to the National
Park to be completed with a road of
that kind, and asked by motion that
the Soco Gap project be exempted
from the operation of the bill- He
obtained the unanimous consent ot
the Senate, every vote being cast in
favor of the exemption. In the hou.,e,
Colonel J. H.Howell, representative
from Haywood county, came to the
rescue, and the bill went through the
(Continued on page eight)
week we rouuesfed W. C Allen to get for the Mmm
t,h ..t whit th. Haywood S.natm md R pi s nt it ,m
,, f th (.(noal XsMinbh n mtim.w w is hid
u 1 R.pi.-dUitiv, ! H How, 11, .ml th, highlit bt
i..,.. ........... ...ninllVIN VVCFI' flVCIl.
. futiin -hi' 11 " 1 W (J II 1 II 1 t-. i 1 i U "r ' ' -
R 1 R N l1-
PI I! SI l I II HOWl Id'
v in n I iw th it It ,l n '
,, a, th, i.dit of th. St it I ot.d
f , tin g. m i il - th s t it ud I i lo
pel -I Harden Howell- rcpre. entaiiy,
- - . ... ' . 11. 1 ,...-(. V
... i ',,v v,'.i K ti i iii n v in tae i,,i,
of the la t
down in history, as one oi
epochal in the h.-toiy of
lie explained that, he did
,.. ,-..t,, fj.'r a safes tax. -hat
,,1 to it, but
the Stat a
lie AVt.nt to R .1, ago opt)"
he saw no other way out.
Colon, I Howell, who, about tin cq
weeks atro. returned from Raleigh,
said that his. purpose in becoming; .a
,ndu!ati foi the I' g's' ltl'r, w.H
tli.-it he might be ol service, to his con..
tituents in reducing tr.e hurdeu oi
taxation and assist in tmiing a way.
to economize in governmental expen
ditures "To some extent I did that,
and realized both of my objectives,"
Colonel Howell pointed out that it
i very haaal for a member of the Lcg
ii ituu to put through his views in
ihe form of laws in he General A
s,mbK "The f ict 1-, i'l liw- are the
result of compromise, and nobody
niav expect to nave his own way anouc
anything among a body of men like
tn," .ncmbtr, of the State Legisla
ture" he added.
F,u Havwood county s representa
tive did have some local laws passed
that the average taxpayer will ap
plaud him for- He reduced thesala
rv of the tax collector about 2o per
cent Ho put Haywood county un.er
be fiseal control act, eliminated the
county auditor as treasurer and made
it ) that anv ban m Haywood coun
ty may come the depository by or
der of the county commtssienerE. He
also decreased the salary of the coun
ty auditor from $2,400 a year to $1,800
and reduced the shen.t s mileage n
10 -o 5 cents per mile in the trans
portation of prisoners.
Cut courtesy Asheville Citizen.
.1,4 'K MKKSr-.lt
Mi ATesser will nssllllle his dimes
July first as county superintendent
of education, succeeding it inner
Two Stills Are
Cantnred By Hay
i'l,., lierilV's ilenarl ment made two
still captures this week. On Sunday
niubt deputy sberitl ill ( arver and
Hi t ry l'lott . Sam .lust ice and i opsin
i.i., l,.,vl,,v eantured a ,',0-gal
Ion still in He.averdani ..township.. No
arresfs were niaile,. I he opei atoi oi
.I,., still was near when the e.iiitilii
wa -made, but iiKl'le a quick ge.-aw.ay
-;l,e.-itr I mm and ,lohn Iverley e;ip
lured : S-gallon --till in a car ill
, I-,,, .Av The slid .was
beiiif iv.ansiniteil m th,. car when the
capture was iiiaih'. J wo young. 1i.i;n
ran I'reiii I lie scene, hut a man aim
I ov were arrested.
( anion Police Find
Bullet Holes In Car
Canton police are seeking clue a to
the theft early Sunday morning oi a
Chevrolet coich nclonging to 111. l.rl
G. Barefoot which was .stolen from
bis garage sometime after midnight
'the au'.Jiiiobile is a l'.ol model and
l.,l I i,n riven' Iv repainted. 111... f..l-
was stolen without the use of switch
key- by an ..experience and .,pccni
b, ink no. uccordilie; lu ofhi el s.
It is believed that the persons who
abiuiil.'mcd a ISKi2 model ( lievlolet
,,r . i....i ... 1, ...... Uiliii',luu
Coactl ill WfcSI, iiitliyil neat
aie the ones who made a get-a-way
.. ;,i, In- Ifiirelnol's ante. I lie t hev-
i,,lef. found' in West i anton by State
ll,l,wav I'atrolman A,, lb Smart, hav!
: i Lull, ,t hnle-. in '.he driver a
id., of to car.
M-l,.. ,..i ,, rnnnisted oi llviiaillllu
I'u-ies. oil can- .old shoes, soap, and
..ii,,,,- .ntirles whnb indicated that
Hie machine had previously been in
ii... .,-:.ii,ii o1 in m limners ui
h'old -up men. The .abiiiidoned ear
i....... ., K,.tii,-i-v irense lann iJarien
I 1 1 I i i i i . i i -
count I' w i mil id, i ibh l imagiu
.;i , ,1,.. liiulv nn, was operated 0
ilDUUI tin- 'J J '
a straight ' 'hook-up-without twitcn
It is thought. -thac the persons who
abandoned the car watched .in. nan
r..,.. ,lfn-,. ti In mime 1 then aft,
he retired for the nighl made a W
awav with his aiitom.ohi.le-. .
s Thouffht That
County Will Have
5 School Districts
New Districts Are lo He An-
nounied liv I nM Ol ,lulv.
Is Heliet Oi Messer
Messer. recently nanie.i .-a pel -
intir.dent of education ot Haywood
Hintv. stated yesterday in the course
an interview with tin- paper, that
,s the n-enern! belief that. Haywood
ountv will not have but tour school
listriets outside of (anion, alter the
late oflicials redistrict -Ju county.
which is i-xnectod to be sometime
within the next, two weeks.
Havwniiil eonntv is now divided mto
:.'! sch.Hil districts, outside ol ( anton.
"The board of education of this
ountv did not recommend that the
county be redistricted. but it was
stated that authorities require, I it,"
Mr. .Messer stated.
Fnt i'l the districts are announced,
and just what territory they com-
. . i ,i . i . . 1 : .
prise, the school ooar.l lor ine ms
t ritt cannot be named. It is thought
. - . ' 1 i
that the districts and territories win
be announced in time for the hoard
to name the school district boards on
the first Monday m July.
Last vear the average attendance
for white school child'n for six
months, outside of ( anton, wa- .,,077.
The Canton district was 1.!I0.
Mr. Si (-roan, ?
Canton Farmer, Is
Buried On Tuesday
Had Lived In ( inintv .since AN ar
l.elweeii I he Males. Died
Mrs. Jane ('arson,
Buried At Clyde
Hundreds of persons attended th
funeral service for Mrs. Jrr. - a, son
-.- 7.1 it th,. Civile Rantist
i uuiiK, " ' . i nit
,.i.....l, C.,l,n, nrte'rnoon a: .laid
o'clock with the Rev. R. 7". -McCrack
,.frr.;nrin,r P.iifiaf was in h
, ... m ..........
Clvd,. cemetery. Mrs. 1 oung ok
Active pallbearers were:. Larr'
Cagle, Simons Downs, Otti.s. Freeman.
Charles Brooks. Horace Sentelle, and
Devon Medforrl. Honorary pallbears
included the officers of the Clyde
churches, oftlce-rs of the Bank of Clyde,
professional and business, men of
Clvde, and town officials.
The flower girls were: "ahy iu' t "li
nen, Jessie Chambers. Hilda Cham
bers. Katherine West, Idella Downs,
Wiley Sentelle, Kitty Sentelle, Mary
Kate Penland Svbil Anderson, Lucile
Rrooks. Enwma Brooks, Annie Mc
Cracken. Louise McCracken, Bernar
dino Mooney, Ruth Medford, Willie
Francis, Heisn Rogers, and Grace
l , i .if .i n v,. I a rme i'. men at imoii
Monoay al Ins no. ne near nmon .!-
an illness -.C several ni.mith-;
,r lirocan was horn m Givetivilu,
( .. ano .moved to llavwooi count;.
li.riiH, Hie W:if llcrivorii ttie State.-.
lie -was a nicniber of the Anion 1'laiiis
Mel.h.odis! Kpiscupal churcii. South.
r on a .TTs.
Sii rvivmg are his widow, one -on,
. . .... . . , . .
be Rev. Holland tirogan. or , aiii 'ii,
iPuie'ef-prs. Mrs .1. F. Mann, of
anion. Mrs. D Walker, of Charlotte,
lr- lne;- I'erguson. ol Siiokaile,
Wash., and Mi.ss Johnnie Grogan, ol
. ,. , -1 ,.. ... Ol
he iv canton; stx granucniiuren. .,
i at grandchildren, "aim one gieal
The funeral service was held I u-
dav afternoon at 3 o clock at t he
ri..Mi Plains Methodist church with
W. II. Pie s, the Rev. W. I .
'ritnev. ami the Key. CA . ncnton
Ad ivc p.illbcarer.- weie: ,Ity, c H,en
efh Grogan, Paul Grogan Doyj
'i i- in e, Kenneth llipps. and t rauk
1 1 oiiorarv pallbearers were. L
'.rooks. Asbury Yarberry. W.K. An-.
ersoii, (leorge Cat hey, Joe MiIIpi.
'olomhUK Smatbelts Will ( lark, J. I .
Holland. Frank Mann, J. Ii. M am.
V I! Branilett. Dan conVIl. . Alsic
C6rde.ll, John Mann. Clayton Fih,
... . . . , . . . ' i .,
j ( ,1a n I'l,' -s. James ..ore, v rom v.uic.
v.ami. Smatliers, insou AVoiley.
s Woods. Bill Morris, - ( harles
... , . i -....
i uii-tord. Mloherf w imams, joe "8-
liurn, liar:.-, IV- by- 1. Ablerson,
Marit niickett: Will Hipp.-, Tom
Hipp K i- Led ford, Kine-d Broyles,
t,,i,.i i.,,-v,-n..(irr. .ester Johnson. Luthe,-
Scruggs, Charleii Fish, .Benson Fhil-
n-s, f'haiies .King, James Henderson.
W II Henderson, T rank (ogPua ii,
J-evs-Brown." Joe Lawrence, Joe Duck
, tt, D M Pui lev, Hailey William
W P, illi-, Chaih - I a i- iiv
Minn II i-tings Webb, Gmvir (lev
enger, C S- Christopher, W ill John-.
son, Ollie Stamey, Corbet! Wright
Dr W- C- Johnson, Charles; Briggs,
and 1 Vaughn.
Wade Matthews Dies
Of Typhoid F e v e r
Wade Ma' thews, nbotit "i'. d.-d a,
the Haywood County Hospital , la-t
Mr Matthews was an emidove of
a lumlier company in ( ruso. Ic ....t
ramp til with typhoid and Jiej '.hue
Mists Martha W av returned Monday,
from Jefferson City, Tennessee 'where
she spent several davs as the guest
of Mr and Mis R R !, 1' Mi
Jane W hite. who acconipatiieil MisS.
Wav to. Jefferson City, is remaining.
for a longer visit. .
Hradlev -Davis To Open
Office In Canton Soon
Bradley-Daviq Company have leas
ed part of the building in Canton
Occupied by the Canton Chamber of
Commerce and will open a general
insurance and real estate office m
that place on July 1st. Mr Bradley
and Mr Davis will alternate between
their Waynesville and Canton offices.
The following is the official weather
report of S. H. . Stevenson, oflicia!
wiathei obseryeL for Waym-vllc
Date Max Min '
1", fi' 3
10 ' 79 40
17 . '- 83 ' oi . .
IS 85 '1
19 , 89 "6 :
The WeatheA j