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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1935
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II llll til II 1 1? jl VaJ
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nuai baptist Meet
. .,, , i hurch Havinsr
jjjSt Convention m
. , -f attendance in the his
Tjt jrfct' present
rs l i::c,"nir session of the 50th
I: v lPc ' of tne Haywood Bap-lm-
.. or Ra'elirr Gove
r i .iocjaxxiiu. .
lb:' A- ....., ivsierday morning.
iP;:it 1 ,,..,n"u-iU -continue through
IsrKSvu " . , nomjnation
;ay.ar.J 'V , .moH in the af-
m,lprator of the as
an.'i tuwin iiaynes, cici.
).-;ai-t-. ; ..vmreh was adn
church was admit-
..... Q s si ( Livti i " rs - n
A churches up to 36. All but
-t-ie iitiv a s .
t were: Dr. Greer, of the Mills
KifVmlW; Rev. J. C. Owen,
.: , nviimam Kev. xl. W.
tS' a &'0. F Burnett,
Kjiuii'i v Vrt tins.
iw of the features of the pro-
ist-rti irura tne
''fhf.'inr.ei, served picnic style, was
" . . L. ,..a ?VllVl MP'.
Irnwfe man me ciuwu, .nu.vu
teu the church, co.uiu eat.
luilt Show Plans
'fnmnlete For Bia:
V v - - -
Display On Friday
IPlans fur the annual yuut enow,
b-r.surtd by the Woman a. Club, nave
La n..(.: 1 hP SHOW Will UC
Ui' in the Clyde H. Kay Duuaing
k Main street., lornieny occupies vy
ju:g:r.tr fiuni the inquiries coming
the ;-huw i this year gives prom-
tcf btini; the -uest-. since the attair
ted. There will be
fwrnber of interesting old quilts,, as
kil iu many new unes just compieteu
-tit -hj, i):i.-t Year.
Those it) iharjr'e are urging that all
make entries do
I -he ,,',-SiH'k on Fridav morning, as
It show will be opened -to the public
tit) ock-tk. Anyone wishing iurtn-
l infnrmatw.il siv,, nskpd tO iall Mrs.
IP. Gay, president of the club, or one
I the ii.,uvin-!; members: Mrs. U. r .
trktwriclc: Mf. Johns M. Queen,
Ib.-.H. W.-Iiaueom, or Mrs. Grover
.V.:-o A-umiiii: in for attention will
I the (ii.-ti'ay ,.,f handmade articles.
la w:-.i : ni' tu izes ottered in this
(loiilinued mi Itack I'ugi")
W. (i. liYKRS
Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Rhinehart Pass away
Within Week's Time
Within a week death stalked into the
home of Mr. and Mr.. John P. Rhine
hart, of Saunook. and called both
of them. Mrs. Rhinehart havfiiw:
passed away a week ago, and Mr.
Rhinehart on last Sunday.
Funeral services were held at the
Tleasant Balsam Baptist church for
both of them, with Rev. Ben Cook of
ficiating Tn torment was matie in
Mr. Rhinehart was f0, and Mrs.
iSurvivfing, .( e eight children:
Vnurtti Mrs. Willie Guv. Mr. Geor
ge Sinpleton Mrs. Dva tArrhgto-ri,
Derry, Richard, Edward, and John,
Jr. There are also 27 grand children.
Both of them had been in ill health
for seme time, Mr. Rhinehart hav
ing been in bed for fourteen months.
He was for 10 years foreman of Bar
ber's;: orchard, and had been farm
ing since leaving there.
Pall bearers for Mr. Rhinehart
were: R. N. Barber, Sr., R. X. Barber,
Jr., Thad Guy, Herman Burgess, Mon
roe Oxner and Dewey. Noland.
Car Theif Loses Shirt And
Car In Attempted Robbery
DEAN OF WOMEN
If by any chance wu happen to
see a yeung mar. without a front
in his shirt, ar.i ha.f of his ovet
alls missing, you m ;y rest assur
ed that he is the one M. D. Wat
kin caught trying to make a get
away with or. i- of his Used cars.
Mr. Watkins, owner of W'atkins
Chevrolet-: Company,' noticed a
Ford rcadster from his used car
lot was missing Tuesday night,
so he started out in .search for
it, knowing that it had but little
gas in the tank.
He found the car on the Dell
wood road, with three men push
ing it towards a rilling station.
As Mr. Watkins drove up one of
the men ran. but the other two
remained at the car. Watkins
grabbed the driver, who happen
ed to be feeling slightly "high."
by the arm, and continued to hold
it against the doi r until help
As Mr. Watkins rlagg,,, a pass
in car, the man ho w: holding
made a desperate ."lunge and out
of the ear he went, but only with
about halt of his clothing, as Mr.
Watkitis held the other half in
The last seen, the man cleared
a high barbed wire fence and
briar patch, making good time
through .a corn patch, hol.ung the
few remaining clothes ;n .place as
best he could.
Mr. Wat kin. got his car back;
a handful of clothe; a bruised
knuckle and quite a "kick" from
the exciting event.
Hardy Rathbone, 36,
Charge Of Murder
Shooting In Hurricane Section
Sunday Afternoon Took Life
Of C'ephus Cagle
fehway Group Not
To Come Here For
like state highway commission will
ll come here l'oi- a hearing on Sat-
had been tentatively nlan-
Iti-tead they will snend vhe en-
h three nays ol their stav in West-
tiXurth.Ur.iina at High Hampton
County, city '-officials, and heads of
N "organizations here and. '-Hazel-M
extended' the commission an in-
tation. -to hoi-i the August, meeting
Mr. Wayniek renlied that Plans had
N-ay teen inane with High Ilamp-
: the August liieet-
I'tee -m.tinbers of the commission,
f'iinan .wayntck, W'. W. VVttOd-
'-.J. rvKy iount, and Frank W.
t1' art cXtin'-ti ,! 'to- r-nmp tViroua'h
York Rite Masons
To Gather Here On
Summer Outing For Masons To
Be Gala Affair, With Trip
Into Park Scheduled
W'aynesville and the Great Smoky
Mountains, -National I'ark win De-tne
mecca for a host of York Rite Ma
ennc art c their ladies not only from
this state but from the neighboring
tatoe n'hon the I, rano council 01
ivd-tli rnrnlinn Rovfaf and Select
Masters convenes here on Labor Day
in Special Summer assembly a new
feature inaugurated this year, the pro
gram being as follows:
1:00 P. M. Luncheon for Grand offi-
rprs ' .
2:00 P. M. Conferring the Degree of
Thrice Illustrious: Master at the Ma-.
onic Temple by a team headed by
John H. Anderson, of Raleigh, Past
Grand Master and Grand Seeretary
of the Grand Lodge of North Caro
cil of ""North Carolina. Reception of OUINlNTOWI 'DECORATION
distinguished visitors and address of v ' ' nY TO BE HELD
The sheilff's dai.ii tment is search
ing for Hardy Rath -one, 3tt, who is
charged with the murder of Cephus
Cagle, 20, in the Hurricane section
of this county, near Madison county,
Sunday afternoon about two o'clock.
A renort of the homicide, ns re
ceived by the sheriff's office, was that
Rathbone .went to the home of his
father-in-law. Harrison Rathbone, and
there found Cagle sitting in the house.
Without Uttering a word he walked
over to ('agio, stuck a pistol in his
side and sent the bullet through his
( agio got up and walked : about d
yards, where lie died on the edge of-
tht .Woods in a briar patch. Kath
1k ne left the scene immediately, and
no trace ha5 been had of him since.
The scene of the killing is just
across the river from the Ijig Kehd
section, and the country is so rugged
that it would be almost impossible
to find a man hiding therein.
Sheriff J, C. Welch and Coroner Dr.
.1. R. Westmoreland investigated the
killing, and deemed that an inquest
would not be; necessary as there were
eye witnesses to. the killing.
Store Opens Here
Announcement is made .in' 'today's
paper of the opening of the Medford
Furniture Company, at the depot,
with Boone Medford and Homer
Henry, as. owners. V
The store is occupying the build
ing next to the Ferguson Grocery,
with the second floor over the four
adjoining buildings being used for
display and storage purpose?.
The new concern is almost in the
same rilace where Mr. Medford enter
ed "the furniture business in 1112.
later selling his interest i'n-,1 moving
to Sylva., and four year ago to Can
ton, and he is now owner and mana--sre-i
' of 'SI'uder furniture Company, in
Mr. Henry, former superintendent
of education of the county, is. well
known throughout the section. He
will be in charge of the new place,
-r.d will be assisted by Mr. J. Med
- ' The owners stated that a- c.m.pl".
line of furniture would be carried.
Mr. Medford just returned f roni '. a
buying tr-iri last week for the firm.
Who Is The Oldest
Person In Hayw ood
Since the "New ArrUals" eol
iiniii ha shown a marked increase
l'roin week lo week it would Ih
iiiipussihlo in pick oul Ihe youili:-t'-I
m i i In llatwood futility,
hut rut her eay to find the uldo-l.
so The .Mountaineer Is Mt'kiii); the
oldest person in Haywood foiiniv.
I'o you Know who It Is.' II no.
send in i heir name and addi-es..,
Mere's what we plan lo do when
we Mild the oldest person. (.ol
' their picture lor the paper mid
:i lonu iii'liole .ihoiil thciii. Now
Woll't A'OII hell) Ms find llie r,liliwl
IM'i'son living ill Haywood fount'?
Last Rites For Mrs,
Nathan N. Ferguson
Held On Saturday
Deceased Lived Here For Fifteen
Years. Passed Away At
Her Home In Atlanta
"' ' )
Schools Of County
To Bejrin Work On
Next Thurs. Morn.
Officials Urge That Parents See
That Children Are In School
The First Day
Miss Anne Albright, who was re
cently .'named Dean of Women of
Western I'arolina Teachers I'ollego at
l'holo hy Sherrill
Funeral services for Mrs. Nathan
Norwood Ferguson, of Atlanta, were
held at .the Presbyterian church on
SatUMiay inorning- at 10;1!0 O'clock,
with Dr. R. I'. Walker, pastor, and
Rev. Paul Hardin. Jr., pastor of the
Ffjst Mhodi: rfhuivh, oll'ulating.
Special' music -whs rendered by the
choirs of the Presbyterian ami Meth
odist churches.-.. Interment was in
Green Hill cemetery. .
Active pallbeaieis Were: W. Fau
(ette . Swift, Drayton Perry,' Frank
Ferguson, James W. Killian and Leon
Mrs. Ferguson was the former Miss
Rosa Fgan, daughter of the late Mr,
and Mi. George W. Egaii, of Charles
ton, S. C. Immediately after her mar
riage to Mr. Ferguson, son of the late
Judge and Mrs. Garland - S. Ferguson,
she came to W'a.vnesville to live. Af
ter residing here for fifteen' years, Mr
and Mrs. Fergu.-on moved to Atlanta,
where they have .'since lived.
M i s. I rgu.-on, ' du'ring her , resi
deiice 'her.' w'a an ,'tctiye nieinbor (if
the. Prosbvte-riin: church and in At
l.in.t'n v:is active ill the. Druid Hill
! l'lesbyteri in church. She led an .un
selfish life and wa.s beloved by all
who knew her.
Surviving, are ''her husband and two
children, Mrs. Sadie Frances Climer
and .-Nathan Norwood Fergu.-on, Jr.,
two bio! hers, John (' Fgan and Jame,-
Ki-m ar.,1 -si' vera nieces ana
Sherman Free, 18,
Killed By Truck On
Sherman Free, lS-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Free, of the Al
len's Creek community, was almost
instantly killed early Saiurnay after
noon, when a truck, alleged to have
been driven by T. ,1. S-priggs, of Cop
perhill, Tenn., ran into him on High
way No. D) at the school' street in
The truck ran into several guard
posts and knocked them -over. The
truck was slightly .damaged.
It va- said that -Free was on the
highway coming towards Wnyncs.villc
facing the approaching, truck
Snr.ggs wit.- r
Tuesday - af
trate. C. B.
over to the
Funeral services were held. Sunday
afternoon at the' home with iiijcr
HK'tit tit Green Mill i emelery. The
ileee-'.sed is .'survived by one .brother
and bis iarents.
Show Date Set
For September 3
Indications Are.Tjiat This Years
Show Will Re One Ol' Rest
- t c.uecieu 10 come tnrougu . "'s-( . i u
IrnU.i. t, , ... i.firanJ Mactpr fnl owei hv
rr'iwn- inursaav en route io"'"'." " : . . . .. n
fefvsv u:..i. I,. ' .:. rri.ferrino- .nf the Roval '.Masters le
P. M. Leave .Masonic lempit:
R meiiibtrs ' of the commission will
r-'u-t tram Kaleigh to High Hamp-
I.- - r':"us ait- cliaL LUC i.ui"T
st.n will go into the . Murphy sec
" tndav and ..A 'omb
l -. iiuu nic jc i n. n i -
M?y. and back ; through here
"". -e-Saturday., or. early oun-
Jtnin,-s5ion is on an inspection
r; -nPe and have not made any
; w entertained; lormally Dy
"s oti, the trip, it was learned.
f Presented At
LaKe Saturday at 8
..--'Iranta, 1 "Mother of
yf lt. II P n ,. - -it u-
sta'-Vpt vaiiiah,-wm oe
k o e auditorium at eight
.aneed e.e.'.ing, u was an-
Jiore than 10U
rtktB,nl-'.reco?nition of being one
N-ed" au:if!11 of its kind ever
"-ior tment deals with' the
fc,jj ; the church hn o- -
t1 Lit1,. tIs 1 'E- Terry, director
. suijr T vuciv llill, la
Crm iB "thor'of
4 ill "hi ' cJharp;e of only 25
ch!Lmade-th being the
Clt thP m-fil :-..;
fnr'a eponif virlp fri: a secluded SDOt in
-v rtvoot. Rrnnkv National Park
where the program will be eontinuea
with picnic supper, open air address
and " just at' twilight amid a natural
setting of the park the impressive cer
emony of the Select Masters degree
will be conferred on a large cla.s of
candidates bv Doric Councill of Way
nesville the first Masonic degree to
be conferred in the Great Smoky
Mountains National Park. v
9:30 P. M. Entertainment for visi
tors at Masonic Temple.
The ladies of Waynesville chapter
of Eastern Star is co-operating, with
the Chamber of Commerce plan to
entertain the visiting ladies, leaving
at 2:00 P. M. for a four hour fcenic
drive via Cherokee Indian Reserva
tion to Newfound Gap, one of the
beauty spots of the park. On their
return the ladies of the Eastern -Siar
will entertain with a picnic supper
at the City Park. . ,
The program closes that night vu.n
an entertainment at the Masonic
Temple consisting of mountain music
and dance contests the feature of the
: k.i, ..(ni,i dance con-
test between the famous Soco uap
Square Dance team and a dance team
from the Cherokee Indian Reserva
tion.' .'.'''" ;v.' V , ' " ' '
Special invitations have beensent
to York Rite Masons of South Caro
lina, Tennesse and Georgia and a
large number of visit ors are expei cteb
tv . - j nf the Grand
II. ! ciii . and -si' vera
Out of 'own relative- ami friend
!;t;eniing the funeral were, .Mr. and
Mrs. ThUi.-ton G. Climer, of Atlanta,
ija., Mr. and -Mrs. Norwood ..Ferguson,
f f Newport News, Ya , Mr. and Mrs.
John G. Fgan, Mr. ami Mr-. Alvin
Skinner, Mrs. - F. G.. Skinner, Mis
Marian Skinner. Miss Josenhine Skin-
o i ' .,t.. hp "nth there i ner, and Miss Elizabeth Skinner, all
. .. On SundayK.AugvUst the .oth tin I Mr; Jame" Fgan, Mrs.
be. a de cor anon of ihe mlan V(,rot. Mrs. Leon Culler, all
town cemetery, with preacn.ng, o ,.. , , .. g-. c Mr fergu-
at 11 o'clock, in the mornmg and vn, h- H
the aiternooa. ocv. . lv..,,,,,. onff Garland S. Fergu-
.spread a, neon an. a program ,;. - - ,f ahi ,-- ...
ing will be enjoyed. . V ; ..' ;.".-. -- ". ": ' "
Flower Show Attracts Large
Attendance; Many Exhibitors
In suite of the rainy weather of tire
rShwd'by the Communi
tv CJub which was held, on , Wednes
da v afternoon and evening, was. ; a
ucce- from every standpoint. , Whilp
there' were not. as many flowers as in
omeof the shows of the past.whicn
was w be . expected after the heavy
rains,, every entry was of a mgr.
or.rriinir to the opinions
expressed by the judge.', who were
One encouraging feature, to those
in charge were tfk wher;ctg
exhibitors, some of whom had never
made an entry before. .One, . ot the
aims' of the comm.tre cf the-.club,
having been since, the first
to welcome the entry of the email
erower. as well" as the large one.
Attracting Unusual attention was a
whke oblorig pottery bowl, arranged
in white flowers, combining gladioli,
rosM. small dahlias, and wansonia,
Another arrangement of d'dphinium
..it quality, and perfection . of ' the
blooms, exceptional for tliis, .-eason of
the year were grown by W. T. S'ne!
ton. A large bowl of a great, 'num
ber of perfect gladioli, .in gorgeous
shades, of rose, lavender, yellow, and
pink, entered, by Mrs. Felix Alley,
drew the attention of everyone.-
Sharing deserved -. '.admiration with
the flowers were the, beautifully ap
pointed luncheon tables. W hile .Mrs.
Een Colkitt, with a predominating
vellow effect won the-first prize,, the
table and its. appointments .by .Mrs.
J, Wilford Ray. attracted all house
wives, in its blending of colors . m
China, flowers l and the ; tempting
grapes, with the crystalled effect.
Judges for the show were: Mr. and
Mrs Latta Clements, of Asheville,
and Mrs. T. A. Frazier, of . Clarks
dale,. Miss. The following in-their
estimation were the prize winners; an
prizes being cash: , . ,.
1 Best floral arrangement lor din
(Continned from Page One)
from I :'
'.. r post ing a 2,0(H.l bond,
a hearing , before Mag'is
Atkinson, who 'hound him
November term of Supe-
Tlie schools of the county will be
gin their llloo-od term on next Mon
day, according to word from Jack
Me.-ser, county superintendent of
Stress was made of the importance
of having all the children in school
for tli.' first ,lav The allotment of
teachers by the state is based on the
attendance tor the tirst lew days ol
school, and the co-operation of par
ents in seeing that the children are
present 'he tirst day is most impor
tant, it was pointed out.
The list of teachers for the schools
is as follows;
Waynesville High M. 11. 11 ' -.
C. F. Weatherby, K. J. Kolieson, . -Allen,
Evelyn Underwood, M; .h i
Mock, Anne Albright, Ethel Ci. ..r,
liessio Hovd, Margaret A.shton, Mrs.
J. M. Kellett, Mrs. Lucy Tate Jones,
Mary Harber, Mrs. J. C. Patrick, Neil
Henderson, Thomas Reeves. Home
Economics, Louise Edwards, Agri
culture, J. C. Tignor.
llazelwood Jesse C. James, Frances
.Garner, Marv Stringlebl, Mrs. Sam
Knight, Fannie Pearl, Felmet, Dai J
Uoyo., Fva P. l.eailu rwood, Mayme
l.eatherwood, Margaret Hurgin, Mrs.
Eva Price Cole.
Saunook Frank Ferguson, Jr.,
Fleue Fisher, Kuth Allen.
Allen's Creek W. L. McCracken,
Margaret Walker, ' Mary Emma Mas
sif. Ceiiiral Eleiueniaiy- White Mease,
Mrs. Sam Ijueell, Debrayda F. Liner,
Ova P. Ferguson, W'ilda Crawford
Provost, Frances Robeson, Lois Har
rold, Annie Dee Kirkpatrick, Annie
Roe Ferguson, Mayo Hurr Morrow.
East .Waynesville Ernest Mc
Cracken, Mrs. Frank Ferguson, Eliza-
tbeth lleiirv, .Mibtri;d Crawford,
( laude Rogers, Fula Patterson, .Mrs..
Annie P. Lcdhottcr.
Lake J una lu ska J. Ilailcy Fran
ces, Siephnie Moore, l.os Thompson,
Mai'V Kat Illume, - Mrs, Earl Messer.
Dellwiiod C. F. Owen, Theda -Garrett,
Fstelle II. Seizor.
.Maggie Nerval lingers, N'ell
Campbell, lldna Morrow, Kuth Moody.
Rock Hill d. .1. lioyd, Mary Lou
l.eatherwood, Louisa Medford Hoyd.:
Uiwill-e I.eal.beiw-no.1. (Jiludia
llovd, Avis Medford. Edna Boyd.
Fines Creek High Fred L. Saf
ford, Harriett Hoyd, Mildred Iella
Fines Creek Ele.nielitary Mark
Marion i''ei-gus,-n, 'rank Kirkpatrick,
Nell Jifstiic, .Pearl . lames, Malxd
Clark, Elbe lay Green, Lucy Fisher,
Konnie Duckett, Wiin. -Glenn N'oland.
Ilurricano School Lohi Kiikpat-
Redmond , School
Clyde High Seho
-it, ( )..' J. .lame
(( onl ilini'd
I S. K. Connat-
i Hack Page)
. Final arrangements arc being coin
pleted tliis week for the annual
dahlia show here,. Tuesday, .S.epteni
ber third, it was utuioiin.-ed this week
by Mrs. S. P. Gay, president e.f tin
Woman's Club, sponsor of the event.
All indications are that this year'
'dt-p!ay of dahlias w ill : bo far better,
and larger, than some in previous
years. Wit b : favorable weather con
iliti.'iis, and more enthusiasm on the
1 1- the larger growers, it. is o"-
luv.eil ...a new .. high-. recorti ior
standing exhibits will bo made.
-I. 1-,.. . i.rr.i- :'i 11: ! held -ill the I
II. Ray building on Main street. j
I i-.,.lo in charge of the show stated )
that; '-Yeryone wa-- urt'oil -o -place.,
ilahiiJis on, exhibit, as it was a eooniy
utrair-even reaching out and. having,
cxhiidts flow iitlier sections . of
.fiii..: :inii eYen South Carolina.
More details of 1.h- show
given in next week':, paper.
100 Employees At
Unagusta Mfg. Co.
Buy Life Insurance
tire Hur.died . :o;,;o. , cs '.f the
I'nagusta .Mafi.uf;: : aring (-orpora-t'ioti.
engaged, in the . manufacture of
furniture.: at Hazclwi.. d, ! live re-
,,.,'1 :v become eligible to life in-u- j
rar " i:rotect:on in am yunt? ranging
from 1,000 ;o ?:i,00(l, each, according
to -alary received '.hi ough the a.dop
; iot! "of a groun. iiii'icv by that ' gan-
ization. ... .'. , , . ..,,.
The policy involves a t"-l or
onO and is of the contributory type, the
employees and employing . company
-harin'g ih the, nayment of the premium-.
. It was issued, bv the Pruden
tial Insurance Company of America.
Al Capone's Big r
Car To Be On Dis
play Here Saturday
A I Capot.ie's $-!0,HOO. lb-cylinder
bullet-proof limousine w ill be on d,
play here Saluruav -of "this week in.
connection with the 'million-dollar
"Scarface" at . t lie Wayriewood Thea
tres . ' '"
, The car is the one Hie famous gang,
ster used to make so many get-aways
from the '.police, while be rulei.l gang
land in Chicago before going to Fed
( -;i' prison for (lodging payment of
An advertisement elsewhere in the
palter gives a description of the car.
Show ing i f the . picture., will begin
at eleven o'ebuk Saturday morning.
"Scarfi.ce," the Howard Hughes
spectacle ' 'which will be Seen at the
W'a vnewood Theatre Saturday, Au
gust, 21, will doubtless be the last
gang-' picture.- for the reason that it
presents, a striking study of criminal
(onditii ns in the United States, that
it exhaust.-- ;he subject as far as the
screen is coiicirned,
In the picture, noiiee and: civic
authorities Kie l shown . n-oPorating in
alrltation for a .' -govern nieht. curb
'upon the importation i f firearms, t.hi
being admittedly the most effective
method of scotching the gangster.
Number Of Visitors
Attend Local Rotary
Twelve out-of-town visitors made
their attendance at the Rotary Club
here Friday, being the largest num
ber of visitors for the year.
The scheduled program was post
poned and a few brief remark? by
members and visitors on the life of
Will Rogers was reviewed.
The program was then turned over
to Major Lew Brown, publisher, of
St. Petersburg, who gave a report of
the international convention in Mexico
City last May. .
Mr. and Mi-. '. R. Griflin, "of. Va!
dosta, Ga.. ; were here this week,,
spending their' vacation. Mr. Grif
fin is publisher f the Valdosta Daily
He. reported excellent, prices for
tobacco in his section thi.s year, and
made mention of. the fact that a gen
eral improvement wa noted in all
lines of business.
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
15 : 2 "
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SEE THE ADS OV PAGE FIVE
j, .. ...
p shoWn. nnK Bine Crosby,
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(Continued on Back Pape)
! entered by Clyde