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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRIL 23,
May Term Of Civil
Court Starts May 4
The May term of civil court will
convene here on Monday, May 4th,
with Judpe John M. Oglesby, pre
siding. The casts scheduled for trial
are about one-third of the regular
The list of cases will be pivcn next
The following are the jurors for
the first week:
Odie L. Smathirs. Beaverdam; C.
B. Henson, East Fork; H. M. Sisk,
Beaverdam; L. L. Caldwell, Clyde;
H. G. Cachey, Pigeon; R. L. Black,
Waynesv,l!e; G. V. Wright, White
Oak; F. L. Mann, Beaverdam; Chas.
B. McCracken, Fines Creek; J. T.
Pruett, Beaverdam; J. C. Kuykcn
dall, Piceon; V. K. Conard. Jonathan
Vinson Morrow, Jonathan Creek; W.
J. Cogdill, Beaverdam; Bill BumgaT
ner, Pigeon; C. C. Walker, Waynes
ville; N. A. Duckett, White Oak;
Robert II. Gibson, Wavnesville; W.
H. Green, Fines Creek; W. C. Single
ton, Pigeon; W. F. Ward, Waynee
ville; L. R. McAbee, Beaverdam; L.
A. Cogburn, East Fork; Chas. Cald
well, Ivy Hill.
Fot the second week:
Elie Schemolis, Pigeon; Claude
Rhinehart, Waynesville; T. G. Mur.
ray, Beaverdam; Paul Messer, Jon
athan Creek; C, M. Singleton, Pigeon;
Guy Hertford, Beaverdam; Oscar
Brown, Beaverdam; H, C. Best Crab
tree; N. W. James, Beaverdam.
F. A. Hyatt, Waynesville; Robt L.
Turner, Waynesville; Walter Cun
ningham. Waynesville; T. N. Crawford
Clyde; Charles Messer, Fines Oreek;
O. P, Jenkins, White Oak; C. M.
Hughes Pigeon; J. T. Vance, Pigeon;
W. R. Davis, Waynesville.
W. A. Yarborough,
88, Buried Sunday
Last rites were held on Sunday after
noon at the Arnon Plains Methodist
church near Canton at 2 o'clock for W.
A. Yarborough, 88, Confederate vet
eran of the War between the States,
who died in Canton Friday morning
at 2 o'clock following a brief illness.
Rev. W. II. Pless, pastor of the
church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Hall,
officiated. Burial was in the church
Pallbearers were Cecil Collctt,
.Frank Stamey, Dewey Lankford,
Lester Johnson, George Lowrancc, and
Mr. Yarborough was a native of
Crabtree township of Haywood coun
ty. He was born on January 10, 1848.
Surviving are one brother, Thomas
Yarborough, of Cove Creek; four
sisters, Mrs. Emeline Wright, of Can.
ton; Mrs. Margaret Gilden, of South
Carolina ; Miss Adeline Yarborough,
of Lake Junaluska, and Mrs, Alemia
White, of Canton, and two nieces. .
Withers To Have
Charge Of Group
Ernest L. Withers, former district
governor of the 58th district of Ro
tary International, has been named
by the convention committee to be in
charge of a luncheon group at the
district convention in Charlotte on
Mr. Withers will be in charge of the
group that will discusse "Club Ser
vice." The Waynesville club has been as
signed eight delegates to attend the
convention, and Mr. Withers is in
charge of the local delegation.
P r o g r a m
OF THE NEW
If Miss Mary I lay luul lKfn present
Wednesday (.Ik would have Avon $10.
Next week tlic amount will be $50.
The firt sliowinc: in Western North
Carolina die iiutsiamlinx screen
inunction of tho .season.
"A Mid Summer
Robert Ioant and Jean Parker in
"THE GHOST GOES WEST"
George O'Brien In
Monday and Tuesday
Jeanotto McDonald and Xclson Eddy
Mae Robinson In
'HITCH HIKE LADY'
Night Shows 7:15 and 9:15
ADMISSION 10c & 25c
You Will Always Find
UNUSUAL Bargains In
. pssa: v
ISulxi Itulli and wife.
An I'DlhiisKislic tiva.lion from the crowd greeted I'iilx- Until and liis
wife, a hove, when lliey attended the upriii'iK Ka me between tlie
'Hants anil Brooklyn Dodgers at New York I'olo (irounds, the til'.st
opener- in JO years which the Bambino lias attendeii as a spi'dat'ir.
Ninety renewals and (thirty new
subscriptions have been received since
April 1st, making a total of 120.
Mrs. J. C. Weaver, Route 2.
C. A. Lee, Atlanta, Ga.
Lloyd Ross, Route 2.
Mrs. Z. Paris, Lake Junaluska.
W. A. Messer, Cove Creek,
John tiillett, Lake Junaluska.
R. G. A. Campbell, Maggie.
I). A. Howell, City.
T. L. Bramlett, City.
Miss Robina Miller, City.
Mrs. J. M. Mock, City.
M. C. Green, City.
Howard Wyatt, Route 1.
W. T. Bolden, Route 1.
C. C. Chambers, Route 2.
Mrs. Robert Miller, Port Chester,
Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld, Hazelwood.
Miss Ecnnie llankinson, Aiken, S. C.
F. M, Noland, Clyde, Route 1.
R. G. Rathbone, Clyde, Route 1.
Frank Smathers, Miami, Fla.
F. L, Leopard, Route 1.
Joe D. Russell, Dellwood.
Mrs. C. A. Sruggs, Hazelwood.
R. C. Hensley, Route 1.
Jas. Ratcliff, Route 1.
H. F. Bryson, Route 2.
Waynesville Shoe Shop, City.
F. E. Haynee, Clyde.
T. R. Moore, Canton, Route 2.
Ray McElroy, Route 1.
L. J. Winchester, Routt 2.
Miss Hazel Massie, Spartanburg,
Otis Massie, Durham, N. C.
Mrs. Martha Crawford, Cruso.
Clayton C. Walker, Route 2.
T. A. Garrett, Clyde.
Mrs. Frankie Winchester, Route 1.
Mrs. Willis Smith, Raleigh.
Mrs. J. B. Henrv, City.
E. W. Mease, City.
Etstua Arrington, City.
J. I). Frady,' Route 2.
R. L. Ferguson, New Yolk City.
R. E. Stackhouse, Lake Junaluska.
Frank Bvers. Canton. .1
Miss Edith Robinson, Canton. :
E. P. Haynes, Canton.
B. A. Angel, Clyde.
Miss Adah Young, Clyde.
Mrs. T. C. Norris, Clyde.
Mrs. Lillie Hopkins, Canton.
Josh Chambers, Clyde.
J. C. Carver, Clyde.
N. P. Penland, Clyde.
Fred Thompson, Route 2.
Mrs. Mary E. Moore, Lake Juna
Frank Rogers, Route 2.
Mrs. G. C, Briggs, City.
Claude Browning, Route 1.
C. R. Palmer, Route 2.
Will Strange, City.
Ben F. Sutton, City.
Jerry Howell, Route 2.
John Free, City.
Miss Edith Kirkpatrick,. City.
Q. V. Poteat, City.
Guy Fulbright, Route 2.
Carl Medford, Route 2.
Fred Cagle, Route 2.
Mrs. Ida Mullis, City.
C. B. Hooper, Hazelwood.
Chan Burress, Route 2.
Charlie Caldwell. Clyde Route 1.
K C. Waddell, Hazelwood.
W. L. Arrington, Route 1.
W. P. Queen, Hazelwood.
U. F. Mehaffey, Hazelwood.
N. L. Stephens, Hazelwood.
Mrs. W. F. Swift, Hazelwood.
W. T. Moore, Hazelwood.
E. A. Preston, Hazelwood.
Claude Rogers, City.
Carl Cunningham, Route 2.
Jas. Simpson, Mt. Dora, Fla,
G. R. Ferguson, Clyde Route 1.
T. J. Davis, Route 2.
V. L. Noland, Route 1.
R. C. Chambers. Route 2.
Miss Mary M. Smith, City.
Geo. Ball, Route 1.
Carey McCracken, Route 2. -
at Opening Game
J. B. Swayngim, Route 1.
Ed Wells, Route 1.
Mrs. Carl Edwards, Route 1.
J. W. Kinsland, Route 1.
W. A. Moore, Route 1.
G. W. Franklin, Route 1.
M. B. Davis, Route 1.
Jas. L. Robinson, Clarendon, Va.
Mrs. I). M. Penland, Route 1.
Rufus B. Hyatt, Route 1.
F. H. Moody, Route 2.
J. T. Ilarrell, Cove Creek.
S. L. Smart. Route 2.
Mrs. Fanny Reynolds, Route 2.
G. C. Park, Route 2.
H. R. Caldwell, Route 2.
Kenneth Lowe, Maggie.
W. F. McCrary, Clyde Route 1.
J. B. Holder, Clyde Route 1.
Mrs. Ida Doteon, Clyde Route 1.
T. L. Kirkpatrick, Clyde Route 1.
Dr. R. L. Walker, Clyde Route 1.
Pink Best, Clyde Route 1.
F. A. Justice, Clyde Rout 1.
T. J. Medford, Route 2.
Miss Frances Dunn, Nashville, Tenn.
(As Itooortlod u Monday Noon
of this Week).
Maty J. Shope to W. E. Hyde.
J. M. Lawrence, et ux, to G. H.
Lawrence, et ux.
Mrs. Addie 1). Wells to Town of
L. P, Davis to Margaret Gidney.
John M. Ilayncs to Mrs. Lexie
W. P. Cabe to W. Sam Robinson.
Emma Tui pin to Ruth Davis, James
Downs, and Grace Davis.
J. H. Gossett, Com., to Charles E.
J. C. Allen, Com., to Ella Allen.
J. D. Gossett to W. C. Reece, et ux.
Guerney P. Hood, Com., to C. G.
James Warren to Alfred Hightower.
Clyde Township '
W. R. Thompson to K. F. Long.
Mrs. Kate Brooks to Aleny Rob
inson, . -'..Mckinley
Pressley to Mrs, George
Hall; : .
W. C. Kirkpatrick, et ux, to Ada
Ellen Noland to W. W. and C. B.
W. C. Kirkpatrick to Mrs. Macie
Fines Creek Township
T. C. Trantham, et ux, to Herman
Trantham, et ux.
Iron Duff Township
W. T. Crawford, Com., to T. W. and
Z V. Ferguson.
Z. V. Ferguson, et al, to Willie
S E L I M
Government thoroughbred stallion recommended to im
prove general utility stock. Black, 1150 pounds, 16 'i
hands Government officials say "his foals are excellent".
Fee ten dollars. Reeves Farm, Highway Number 10,
Lake Junaluska. Person in charge always on farm.
Local Woman Wins
$100 National Prize
Mrs. W. C. Messer, of Route Two,
has just received a check for $100
from the publishers of True Story,
because she was one of the few in
the nation named winner in a national
contest staged in connection with the
broad cast "True Story Court of Hu
Dr. O. T. Alexander was awarded
a 'liplf fnr hpAHSP hp old the
jnagazine to Mrs. MesseT. Checks
j Deuel, of the Deuel News Agency,
! of Asheville.
Louis M. Howe. An
Uncle Of H. Hall
Passed Away Sun.
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ministration than did any other one
man. It was hie idea to inaugurate
the CCC Camps over the country.
While he stayed in the background
on most occasions, it was he who
usually put his final approval or re
jection on plans before being passed
out by the President.
Mr. Howe in a recent communica
tion with Mr. Hall intimated that he
was coming to Waynesville this sum
mer, and would in all probability per
suade Mr. Roosevelt to accompany
him here for a trip through the park.
Mr. Howe had tshown great interest
in the development of the park, and
had frequently talked with officials
in Washington about the proposed
opening this summer.
Ordered By Board
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East Fork Willie Burnett, regis
trar, Tom Norris, Will Poston, and
William Lambert, judges.
Big Creek Mack Caldwell, xegis
istrar, Lewis Hopkins, Crow Hopkins,
and Charles Roberts, judges.
Lake Junaluska Lizzie Reeves, reg
istrar, Jarvis Coman, Grover Leath
erwood. and A, E. Ward, judges.
Hazelwood James Scates, regis
trar, Frank Compton, Jule Hoyle, and
John Blalock, judges.
North Waynesville Dave Turner,
registrar, Henry Gaddy, Bob Francis,
and Shuford Howell, judges.
South Waynesville Cline Bramlett,
registrar, Robert McCracken Leon
Killian, and Ed Styles, judges.
White Oak Allen Davis, registrar,
Gaylor Baldwin, Z. V. McElroy, and
Plabo Bramlett, judges.
The county board of elections is
composed of F. M. Byers, chairman,
of Canton, W. H. Noland, Waynes
ville, and Virge McClure, of Canton.
Election officials pointed out that
where there was no Republican con
test that the last named judge would
not serve; and in the instances of
where there were Republican candi
dates that the second named judge
would serve. The last judge named
is a Republican, they said.
In the general election the second
judge is automatically out, and will
not serve. Only the registrar and
two judges will serve in any case.
Mr. Byer also pointed out that he
had authorized any member of the
election board to file any candidate.
Clinton Crawford, et al, to Dennis
Crawford, et ux.
James Dooley to Fred Matheson,
Alfred Hightower to Chas. W. Led
better. Ivy Hill Township
T. L. Green, Com., for Bonnie &
Luey Rich, to J, F. Mehaffey.
Joseph L. Cokerham, Trus., to the
Union National Bank, of Charlotte.
Wallace Ward to James Leather
wood. Mrs. W. P. Leathenvood, Com., to
Mrs. W. P. Leatherwood, Com., to
Claude Howell to Evonia Howell.
William Robinson to A. P., Ledbet
ter, et ux.
W. H. Burgin, et ux, to C D. Mc
Intire. J. B. Hoyle to C. N. Allen.
J. B. Swavngim t Woodie Jones.
C. N. Allen, et ux, to M, B. Fortner.
George H. Ward, Trus., to Boone
Floyd Lyle to Anna Laurie Lyle,
PRAYER MEETING POSTPONED
The regular Thursday evening
prayer meeting of the Methodist
church, Will not be held this week, as
the pastor, Dr. R. S. Truesdale, is
out of town, having been called to
Columbia on account of the death of
Robert Gibson Is
On Tuesday evening the Parent
Teacher Association of the- East
I 1..1J nnminl
Waynesvuie scnooi, neiu tc ouuuai (
i meeting at which time reports were
presented by the officers ana cnair
men, serving for the past year, and
installation of the newly elected offi
cers took place.
Mrs. Jame6 Toy, of Lake Junaluska,)
president of the Haywood Council of j
th. P T A installed the officers as 1
follows: President, Mr. Robert Gib
son; vice president, Mrs. Sam Jones;
secretary Mrs. E. T. Sawyer; and
treasurtr, Miss Eula Patterson.
Plans were discussed for the pre
school clinic, which is being sponsored
by the health department of the
county. It was decided to hold the
clinic on Friday morning, April 24th,
at 10:30. All mothers who have
children to enter school in the com
ing fall for the first time, are urged to
be present at the school at the time
SAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS AT SMITH'S
SPECIAL SAVINGS FRI. & SAT.
U. S. P. PURE
Milk of Magnesia
24c 5? 39c
Regular Super Junior
2 For 35c
Size Ldd Size JJ
Lifebuoy or Lux
2 For HO
ffa MILK CHOCOLATE One
FRESH BY EXPRESS
Kleenex . . 31c
Mum . . . v44c
50c II AIR TOXIC
25c JOnX SON'S
Baby Powder 19c
Explains the mairclousTTmsnl S
Treatment whicil ia bringins 2
am axing relief. Sold on ironcJaa
PRICELESS INFORMATION 9
f or those Buffering from
B IUMAUI JK DUODENAL
ULCERS. DUE TO HYPER-
TION, ACID DYSPEPSIA. SI
NV.CK lit I DTIII'DV nMcTt
PATION. Bin RRHtJ si IP.
tESSNESS OR HEADACHES. DUE
TO EXCESS ACID.
AikfotmfrOTCopyaf WOtard't Mmstaga.
.smith s Hut Rate Drug Store
SAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS AT SMITH'S
DAR Marker Will
Be Unveiled Sun.
The Dorcas Bell Love Cha--.,
the Daughters of the American p ''
olution, will unveil a markt-r -0'-''
memory of Captain John H'ji"
Revolutionary soldier, at h:- 7'
in the old Henry family -r?l
ground, on upper Jonathan Cr4K '
Sunday afternoon, May the ". 03
three o'clock. All the dis-v',!:
and the public in genera! art v'""")
to attend the unveiling cerem..r.'4's
Homer Henry, 0f Vavr.ev-
great, great grandson of the Rtvo'-'
tionary hero, will make the ud'-'r-V-"
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, regent ,'ftvi
chapter, will have charge of tr.r'- "0"
gram. 1 ' "
It was announced that the sev.r-1.
grade had won the half ho!i,:av, ha,
ing the largest per cent .f f artn-J
present for the meeting.
Mrs. Arthur Ledbetter and her
ter, Miss Lucy Plott, muton-i
Asheville on Saturday.
5Uf TtM)TII I'ASTK
Ipana . . . . . ,33c
50c TOOTH PASTE
Pepsodent . . ,34c
25o TOOTH PASTE
S.T. 37 79c
Listerine ... .59c
5U; Dlt. WEST Oil
Tek Brush . 39c
(iOc PLATE I'OWDEH
Fasteeth . . .39c
SI. 00 WINE OF
SI.50 l.YDIA E.
Pinkham's . ..97c
$1.00 EXT. C. Jj. O.
$1.20 I) It. CALDWELL'S
Syrup Pepsin 79c
65c SIZE ' ' '
The Only Real
In This Couqty