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THE WAVNESVILLE PRINTING CO.
Main Street Waynesville, N. C.
W. C RUSS Editor
W. C. Suss and M. T. Bridges, Publishers
Published Every Thursday
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Jer the Act of March 3,1873. November 20, 1914
Till RSDAY , NOVEMBER ). 1933
CANTON'S CURFEW LAW
It was interesting to us to Jearn that
Canton passed an ordinance last week which
prohibited children under sixteen years of age
from being on the streets an hour alter sun
down unless accompanied by their parents or
guardian or had a written notice in case of an
This step was taken bv the city officials
in an effort to put a stop to the activities of
the "Hhie Mini dang" of Canton which is com.
posed of young boys. 1 he penally for children
under sixteen being found on the streets alone
after the specified hour is a fine of one dollar
and cost for the first offense. Each offense
thereafter increases the fine up to ten dollars.
The children can be placed in jail by any of the
It. seems that this was a rather drastic
step-to take, but it i only laws of this nature
that will put an end to the young folks gifting
into trouble. In many cases the parents don't
care-where their children are, or what they arc
-up to. A child from a home, of .this kind is to
be pitied, but pity won't keep "them .on the
straight and narrow path. It takes a law and a
drastic one at that.
There are entirely too .many children on
the streets alone in 'Waynesville at all hours. of
the night. So far, however, there has been little
trouble from fhem. but regardless of that they :
have no business 'roaming'- t'-!v." streets' after
No doubt 'I here will be some neonle in Can ".
ton, wh will criticize the officials for their
steps in passing such a law. but after all. we
believe a -similar ordinance sh-.uld be passed in.
the-,. mire .,tak .
STORY WITH A MORAL
Americans always have liked stories with
a moral and what's more, we have always in
insisted on having the writer point out the moral
in so many words, explaining just what he
meant to convey.
Fortunately, however, a writer in the cur
rent issue of The Rotanan Magazine has re.
counted a little tale with an excellent moral, but
he has neglected to apply it to the NRA wherj
the Record believes it belongs
It is a story of a medieval village that de.
cided to hold a great least. To insure its sue.
cess, a huge cask was built into which each par.
ticipant agreed to pour a bottle of wine
"If I fill my bottle with water," solilo
quized one, "and empty it into the barrel with
the others, surely it won't be noticed "
The big day arrived, as days inevitably do,
and with all the villagers assembled the great
cask was tapped. And lo! only water flowed
forth. Each of the villagers also had reasoned,
"Mv bit will not be missed." Hickory Daily
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1933
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
V"TTVt rwtT.r inn
nw.i.,,1 ;;M-MU.N UhrTS (Cherokee. ' Mr. Campbell, wno u,
ti .I, . inic Kiaiiuuautfnier or colonel Wil-
, u .? ,T . T"t.n ofthc linn Thomas, has been fam.hlr with
I OUI1L' CON Pi' I ninn V,l,l
' . " ""H 'Ml
Monday evening at .the Methodist
An impressive program on "Peace"
was presented ;o a large number of
members. Musical numbers included
a VOCal solo bv Miss Iris flinfin
companied by Mrs. Fred Calhoun, and
piano solos by Miss Hazel Massie and
John West. Jr. All numbers were
oeauuiui v rem pi-pi an, ,r,.o.,i.,
j j eu uy me auuience.
At the conclusion of the program
social hour was lipid in thn a;.,;,,
room (Jf the church whe,- var:nf.
games, directed by Mr. Carterton
VV -eat her by furnished the entertainment.
Bethel extended an ;n,.;t..:
, u "iiuaLiuil 101
tne next meeting whiVh -.'ii k
early in December.
MR.s. COL K ITT i.iivnii'nv
One ot the loveliest (,,.. i
ot the autumn will be the bridge
luncheon tnven t.i.,.. u.. . t
olkitt at her home on Central avenue.
uu.iuues oi yellow and bronze
chrysanthemums will add their boau-
- l tne rooms where the guests as
- r ' '""Miiui W1UI1
the stories of this tragic episode of
American nistory, since early child
hood and she gave a vivid account of
xne early nte ot the tribe and "The
The club was delighted to have pres
int four newly elected members who
have joined during the past month.
After adjournment the hostesses of
ine anernoon. Mrs K H vu,.i,n..
Mis. Nobel Garrett, Mrs. Raymond
nyau. ami .urs. J. Howell Way serv
ed -laa. sanuwicnes, and cakes.
M U.S. HOWELL IS U. I) (V HOS
TOO. MUCH IDLE LAND IN STATE
With over one and one-half million aens
of cleared land now lying idle in the State any
additional clearing by cutting off timber wil
only add to that land on which the farmer is
paying taxes and from which he is getting no
"This idle land is just as harmful in an
economic way as idle labor," says R V. (;rae
be), extension forester at State College "Th,.
natural erosion and leaching will cause untold
losses in soil fertility and this cannot be replac
ed in a day, a year, or a number of years."
To this million and a half TiJ nail' n-iiii
out will be ad.ipri ii,,,,,,,!., .(u.. i Jr-' 1 oU;itt . v"k. Th
. .: "L"er acres re.. wa pni with ih,. s...,i
tin. i.-idin- .th,, rlle.ct.
' l.nvitiK IIh. r,,,,, f,,,,,, various
'!V I'" ':;.l:.;':.mpl,,!l, who had
W n,7' uistnct meeting as the
'I he Haywood chapter of the Daugh-
ie!s oi uie conieaeracy held its regu
lar monthly meeting Friday after
noon at "Windover" with Mrs. J.
Harden Howell as hostess. Mrs. Leon
Killian. nresidnt- nf tliJ nl,u nfoi .1
. , . m.. vuuuni, one
Following the transaction of busi
ness. Mrs. Will Hyatt, the retiring
district president, outlined the work
tor the district during 1933-34 She
brought before the chapter plans
leli),.ive to the nronnxorl mm!.. l.
semble and iorm a nrettv ZK''L'" menior' t'olonel Wil
the partv. -Place cards n'nd" inomas and his famous com-
appointments will be II, 1. . P,an '.,f f horokee Indians She stated
" i" b, e.ved at small tables fo . I tL i , e f101 Vvoultl be 'lnd b
owed by contract. After the games
the hostess will present attractive
scores "oers of high and low
The guests will be: Mrs. R L Pre
)t Mrs J M L()n M j
("k.tt Mis ( C Hhit, M,.n1
.V ,d" ' 'J f-rol licit M,. hrdn
;", Mis Man Ha,l, Mt. rii1uu,
b. rbei-, Jr. Mrs Robert Stretcher,
H. 1. Lenoir (Iwvri. Mrs W F
Sw.l . ,nd Mrs. L. M. Uvi.v..,:.
25 Years Mo
' "MMI MM ( M H IK hs M)
. .. r-wi-ii-.R .'HKKTLN'G
Ihe ( ..m.nunity Club held the reg
ular monthly meting of November on
W'Mif.ay -at torn, on in -the club rooms
, : ur ; 'he- president.
the 11 ('banters in tu j
fhat the matter was being taken up r,p of Plf?Hn to hunt bruin
by each chapter for discussion of i brec' ,doetors Smathers, Abe
ways and means Tf riii i htrimrfield : three .Tims Killian
are carried out, Mrs. Hyatt said that
the marker would be placed at some
prominent point near th0 Cherokee
reservation. The movemerjt received
the hearty endorsement of the chan
(From the file of November 12 1901) )
Headline: Wa vnvill'n T
System The Biggest and Most Im
poitant Thing Waynesville Has Eve--
Had The Water ihn,l IJ.,l i
Those who nr. ..j ufi-..ii
clined are interested in knowing that
that the earth is now entering in its
aerial flight- a t . .L. h
i "l "ieteors, and
that tonight or tomorrow night the
late watchers mav K ...,.jj , e
. .... J M " a I lieu nv
seeing a onlliant meteoric shower.
Misses May Burr and Mary Moodv
entertained with a lovely party at
tlieir homp in iha ,-... n " i
Mrs. P. L. Tnrbvrfill .-j 1UH
. u,,i, mwp awn
spent, last week m Canton.
Mr. Ernest T Wifi i. .
week tor AtJnntn in -.tfv,.) iu.
i ., " "i-i-i.uu uic auto.
Miss Robeiibi ni
. . . w' "v Has ueen
Visiting Miss ( nrrie A A r...
, , JLit .-mains 1UI
Miss Alva Phinelioiif t.
Bessie Adams. Margaret McLean, and
Florence Turbyfill spent Sunday in
C lyde visiting friends.
Last week n In re, nm.
.1 1... 1 -r-t .,v.wu M,
Mock Strino-fiplH. T.nww TTnin j
a hunter from thP Smokies. They re'
port killing a deer and a hog? They
claim it -was a hog genuine we mean
a hog but one that is wild wild hog
genuine, that is it. They killed it
22 YEARS AGO IN HAYWOOD
; r.vuy lumtj.HK Mmson.is a(Ttimaiicl b-.
il appalling- -s ,.f casualties and fatalities':
'1'iif.y ih, I,;,,'. M-eai a!arnun;- !,, the individual
until a: ditre,s.in;:; accident takes place in the
locality in wliiclr he . lives.
Iiut ianii;nK ucciilents coiitint;,.: to jrnm,
Careless: hunters till drac -a,:, with niuzle
foremost over the fence or t hro ugh the brush,
and carry loaded guns it improper positions.
Adittle "hoise sense" is all that is re
luirerl. I'rectudion ;in the use of firearms should
be t lio i'ti-wf n.-. fi,1o'r ,.c '. i ...
..... ...... 'u..,w hi e eiy numer. hecause
he en-.ianrers not only ins own life but: thise
K)f his companiHH by the. careless use of fire
arms. Hunting accidents are not always fatal.
Lateiaud uoumb ami snatches call foi pimpt
and competent . attention. Hunters will do well
to think of the misfortune which: may befall
them an- their fellow hunters before: stai ting on
a hunt. all the while remembering that an ounce
o; prevent inn. is worth .a, pound of cure. , ;
least d I nun cash u op cultnation under the crop
l'etluct ion program, points out (fraeber and he
advises farmers not to cut timber and clear the
laud but to plant trees on much of the land thai
is now in cultivation.
Man, larmers are even now cutting down
trees that within a few years would make valu.
abb lumber, (baeber s. This timber, in most
cases, is, not of commercial sies but, in a few
years, would be worth considerably more as saw
l"gs t han'they will bring this year as cord wood.
; I'ines that, are from . 15 to 20 years old are
incie;eing in value from two to three dollars
an any which is enough to pay laxes and hav
a liltle surplus if figured from a money saving
-Saadpoint. Any additional clearing will only
mean more land to wash away and the farmer ..
will, lose in both soil and' timber value, says
( b ae'.er.-.-l-ix. " ' .
'! ,-ii-iiiu ( urogram and paid a
h.xn nbae, (;) the district ru-e.-iden
' -' H- N. br. .r..s- ',,11... - . '
mi.i T 7',"? thS ''-'i-stn(;ion- ocm
m iiw, Hated that ,,u, f(,u
' Mi'' ;;, h:"' day as i, had
-he l.ilgest; u.inber of members nis-t'-'i
HUt.fi Louise Killian accom
Pa"Hl; !,y Mrs. Robert JI. Stretche ,
r. llUK'h Cllldy,.,! viionl .;.l , i.r .
- M,;?Ro' I- Camplxdl gave a read-1
in'- lo th. ( i-fiiii S,,,a.i,. i... 171... 1
luliT'!X V:U -M ergaret String- j (From the file of November 7, 1911.)
"" --vi. i ne poem tto music. I .
Piayeil trie composition. Miss Strino--1 1 he mas meeting of citizens called
lielil also presented a picture to the I 1,1 "1wt at the court house Friday
chapter ol Colonel .Thomas and mem f veiling, which was largely attended
"ers t his Indian c anpanv. This ' "'a;1 an ''xPission on the part of the
Picture is to be placed-in the historical' huslM'ss men of this community of
,0,,.! 1,1 ,'!'. 'court house, as is also ! ;ht'"' " t'- t in any movement looking
picture -ot Colonel Thomas alone- I ,0 "H' making of a GREATER
- - - WAYNESVILLE. The meeting was
MR. A XI) MRS. TOU I FF V VTr R n , ";!'; by President James W.
TAIN AT I ! . I . S A '.! I ( 1 AH- j i.VT "?,'d oT';
, . v.. ii n.i.s caiu'ii to tne
'nair and secretary F. V. Miller of
the Hoard of Trade acted as .secreta
ry. -Ed. People who do not like the
country because tlien. is iati-
pn are those in whose heads there-U
less R-ointr -on than in the country,
Mr. Clifton Moody, a former resi
dent of Waynesville. spent several
days here last week visitinp friends
Mr and Airs. Tom Lee. Jr. snent
:;s')OK u-poet in wlm-h she Kave 'a' , In-c;',,,.,'!.'' h?!,)i: ": Bal-
it,. i V y . ""'ii' Kue.vts
Mr and Mr-. Charles Bad-etC Jr.
.'. .Hi,,,, Alien, ot Knoxville. Ten-
A number of other quests we redo -i
pl.ttully. entertained wi;h a square
dance on .Saturday eveninK'. Music
U; .; !'X the Soco Gap
ri ne; band and after the dancing
v.nflwk-he.s and cotfe,, wer s,.,-,i
Those attending the dance included
. . ' ,,v w ( . , , ,ui,,"'. .hiss .viarv
miih. a-kino,- thi- ;'''i'ifjfi(..l.i:. Miss LYtsey Lane Quin-
tim: k fors chimin i
The innate viciousness of . t he.-. !':an who
. : arn Mmself AvitTi a gmi ami sets nut .. troly
commit '"ie ot.her crime. is wcl! illustrated bv
the brti;a-! a-d entirely Uimeccssa.ry iiooj b;g of
... an agoj AVv.ir,;;, in Xew. ,.'(!.-; -v. ;' ":: ' ' ' ',
-.-' .'::The::tnL;-' ;-idits Ws:nt;: fa ic'dnV
: PiV'' :a- ni';v:.-': ::vvnship :;iti;! ilcm;uM;ed h;.r
fhrvov'icaiie.-'ia-; kiH Kor .if s4e "('id; -n;v!; -
tell them whei-e. it:waVidn(lena; "..'""-'.-.', '-' -: ,' :'
.. " .stic; nm screamiii;; tcthe front poarclt of
the:;ho:tise and there W-a , tirutaily shot in the
;. b3c;k,. althouglrdhe'-lhtigs made good ..their v-s.;
.-cape-by another way." '
TheM"ciousness of such an 'lpnecessary
killing unnecessary even from the robbers'
point of ie hos up the whole malignant
fraternity of criminals as nothing less than
public enemies who should be ruthlessly des
troyed. Rock Hill Herald.
H N (HULK uO . i'VUK
.Although it is one of the most recently
established national parks in the raited States,
the (ireat Smoky Mountains National Park
lured more visitors within its bouadaries in
j'XVA than di,i any other national park. Tine
(ireat Smokies claimed an estimated total of
:;7.-.(M!0 visitors during the season as com
pared with 2!1;,0S8 the total tor. Yesomite ' Nat
ional Park, ::- next in rank in dsilor totals.
Last, m .son ihe (ireat Smokies attracted
over ;!00,00 visitors. The number of motorcars,
tearing through the; park exceeded 100.00U
this year as conipared id 85.000 in 1,.:!2. Due
to its nearness to eastern centers of liopulation
the (ireat Smokies when ftiiiy developed as a
national pai-k; are expected to attract as many
visitors per season as all other national parks
combined.. Park officials predict, that the total:
season's tourist: traffic through: the "(beat
Smokies will eventually roach the high total
of 2.nnn.iiiHi. "
New. higliwaysduut: improved tradis iiave
Kivatly racilitated. lotirist travel iti the mil ioiia!
JMrk in- the (ireat Smokies this year:, i Other
ni;a-;ays; to IV- ready .for draff it r;6.t'-voar-';ui(f"
in siie(:eeding. s.eas,ais -vi!) ai-oi oontiiini'te; ' Uy
ijiiy; Bviijardy. ei vthk iiayi,;;' Thi vnv)cu V;ci '
to Paik he2-i;y;ay, ':iV;mi .a.iiinjhin ihiTiiffn -'
u,e .slUMUMubja-hAatioiial I'arif -ip- ani--t'bnnigir
ihedbi! S!a,ivy ;ilountains;si)o.tiltl,. i f i ii lo
. coaies a reality,; he -a; major' factor in increasing
'tourist travel tothisi great; southern mountain:
playground.- . " '"e-i ''..',:....- .. ;.
.Miss S. A. Jones, who left a few
t MiMYhant" T ,i' "I J:,Vl" M,', .: , ' 'a'.-e .-nelU.K.I weeks a-o to accept a position h, Cin.
tfave , IU, nutstanifin , . n . , I Ali-s i :i i..!i . Vi '""n,Mr. I cinnati. (Ihio returned Sunday to be
?W i" the las: club federa b bu ''"'cis' M i J V r ,) " V 11,S-lU (Ul '.u''" jather. (.'ol.'-S. ' A. Jones, who
n, i... i ,. . . ' - ne taiK , ;... :...ii.i..:s . -ivuuia; .Miss 1 an-
i -mi lit o tliG vornei
'he' ni-wly prop s-( , ,-j I
o'le nilvoWisenient.s of a,-,
. .. I . . " US '- I
u.i.i.msnH.ruv.. A, ,-s. ,j. !.. StriiiKlield,
:un,e,n ot I,isia1i,v. was iu.
i,n-"'1;;l 'H:e i-v Wasbintrton and
-ot all available iniornaa ion on the
''! ' t'-i!-a: the next nu-et-
( M':;. i.;: p. cam,'... ,.ni i,:ijl,l.
.:lie ::ltenin;,n. "The History of the
'M.is.-: Hoi is Mosser. who is a stu-l',i-:
at .Mars Hill College, will .-pend
1. : . : i . ..I.., 1 , 1 ,
i,., i , :"-i'iu: ...t. noinc- ami win nave
liinmie N'cal. Mr- Dick i''i.4lH'r' ' n"' 'lrt' K'ue-ts Mjsscs M-iriaih.and Dor-
j','. ;.. ,:t'"- ''nnison, ai'd Mr, Lee i ' liv Ivirly.dr Vinst on-Saleni; and
- . Miss I'i'.U'svy lline-, of Koanok(1 Island.
eeardiiiffi a" -v":; Mary Harher'. Mr I In,,-,,,,,!
i(.-u!atii)K j "'n-toii. Mr. Ca-leto,, WYatherhy. Mr.
ii,,-s r.,,,, ,. -ai , -I-,,,-,,. n (-1. ..,
,i ' i . -, o . ; I i u
FOR SALKOnrv Nort.hev Cotiivtei
Refri-irerator. Suitable for market
use. .See T. A.: Clark. Ally.. Can.
ton, .. (.,, a-; once.
FOR SALE- Two band looms or. any
of their parts. Sre .1 I'. Beam at
KOIt UK. NT -Siaa-.v brick buncalow
Ide:d. winter tiuai'ters. Bv month
or year to responsible party: Brick
u'araire. Call -11 .1 or write 1025
., Hnvwood Street.
Wi: AUK or I'iiHACHKRS
'V i' s A E S 0 I, ft S
THE ayMPH)X SHOE $H(T
E. T. Duckett, Prop.
MAIN sl" mat WLS1TRN I vio
Quality - Dependability - Sen ce
UevunkV, ha, -uer uso.icd llv deubtlul ex ,edient
ef hmmna sl,.n,..,.J, lo meet , piite siflKli n. Ue
hau Mm. m:iM,,. ) and m;iin(a , fhc
huluM pohle o,.ne,.uI n( .,!., ,,U!,
sound ;:.nces. -
er- Or Flem-.olident-bC-
"!(, vc' -;h.a
la-!n t hpm.
iv. '-iio :t-..
;, Divelopmeht of the (ireat 'Smokies as a
national park is .proceeding apace and it is ex
pected that impiocd highways and facilities
will await the growing tourist tide expected to
visit this park in 1934.
. :.'-"caV,o wa
d;h',- ruf liiU
lV-ri ;.n,! !'o:
-eoK of . M "AY A S CP 1 ;OSf ro R
C'!:,ef ;he-"P...ini-a";'l"d at it 6 'thi-v:.'
.:-H'c.'Vdii,'-r to-diiy ia'.i;v- will T- ?, :.,: ,
' -.i trive: intmi-iiate relief. -They ' ? ;i:ej
the ,-oa; c'e of the -f rouble anU hy ; .i'-v
soolhinK, , heariHe:,- aoiivfuk-V - ie';.
first all ay. the pain taui -soreiless ,-vnd
t-hr.n by direct contact with; the- piles
bring; about a ' reduction ' and you pet
rest and comfort otu'e again. .,
It's, simply wonderful how speedily
they act. : Blessed re-
lief often conies in two 4Ci
Hnv oven in r;lse? of Vkiv 1
J lonjr standing, marvelous
lesuimr nave oewn n- $r
)r. s .
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I'hones 53 & 51
Opposite Post Oflice