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Drill Team I mm ii nes illc (ominuiidcry No. 31. Knights ' 'emolar. that opened (he Grand Commandery al annual Conclave in Gaxtonia, May 13, iind was awarded silver lovii
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nu hit I any rag tus, pillow
-, t.a::,. t miners, etc., you ear;
what viui want a', the home of
V. K. Ilar'icck on Pigeon street.
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f the I'reiuy-
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itllin count If- the Ie, pilled t.l
n. he lev lei all I Milne of :h
may -owil aril oecaus.' it wa-
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ii. '':;; Ti an.- h'atiia, . 1 ii ..s ! . "i , Si '. ; Tyr
i:. .V:.!'i2.SO: I'nion. i r.i.O..Hj ;
W an en, .' V T i .".: I ; Washington, $10,
Watauira. $ 1 s.!7,i;.7o ; Wilke -.,
S77i.r. 17.11 ; Yailkm. :;o,;i71.7,il; Van
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Kat'..!...!.. M.I 1 7.-'!; Sa i ;..-n,
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l'n:oii. . 1 Warren, $:!. r.',; ; W.e-i,.
.inrt-.n. 7.7::i.il ; Wulauifi. S 1 .1 -. -'" ;
Yadkin, 7 , : ". ". ". . 1 I ; total, ::!:'.o.'JSS 0:1
The eoninusion. wlneh eomp .. t"l
,,f ;. i'. Hrook-, eliarinan; K. IV
H:oa.:.u'-t. secretary; Charle- A.
Wel.ii. Mr-. V. .1 .Lines, and W. ('.
Fi'ini-tef made niixn't.
Total Aid For Counties.
The commission i.s.sueil a statenent
xplainuitr its nietlkxls of procedu"'
and thank-injr the -talT o the De
partment of Fdu.-atioii lor it. as
sistance. Within three hours a'' the mec
ir.(t had adjourned. Sup i intemlen'. A
T. Allen, who highly praise I :hi work
of the commission, lia.s prepared anil
mailed to all the counties a letter
showing what each county receiver
under the law, the amount alloted it
by the commission and the total
Total amounts drawn by tiie 7o
Alamance, $34 70.95 ; Alexander,
29,191.70; Ailechany. $12,692.98; A,n
on. $9;iVlj $28,652.70;
Avery, $28,272.68; Beaufort, $6,798.65;
Bortie, $30,267.64; Bladen, $25,128.0'.;
Jh-unswick, $156040; Burke, $11.
74626; CteldtwfU. i$23,682.19; Cam
den, $10,774.02; Carteret, $2-!.251.05,
'Canwell, $15 0"t7.34; CaUwba, $27,
099.48; Chatham, $28,506.90; Chero
kee, J28.775.71; Chowan, $2,.W6.56,
Clay, $10,966.92; Cleveland. 5.628.16;
Columbus, $47,092.58; Cumberland,
$3,138.38; Currituck, $14,698.24; Dare,
$4,993.63; Duplin, $15,492.29; Frank
lin, $28,347.14; Gates, $14,674.36; Gra
ham, $4,961.62; Grranville, $7,360.60,
' ai;n I!, ( lark, nrominent farmer
ii. I sink iai-er and a lifoloni; citi.-n
f llnvwood countv. died at hi.- home
:aa- he.e arlv Fnday in, 'nunc;. Ma
n: t)io ate of seventy e l'Ii'. yeai-.
Hi i.ii. i ii": he n in jr. .o.l lu-alth f r
, .on" t.me. nut his condition was .i"'
,ii-i ! red M-riou until a few week
, . efeie t he .ii I can.-'.
Dec. -a , was l., in July - i. 18-17. He
v a- a seteian of the Civil War, hav.
n;r I'tili-t' d a; the ajr of .seventeen.
. lie wa- di-iharej a'. Moriranton at
:!,. e!..st. of tin- war and with othe
. i "lira, I- walked I i h;s home in H.iy
! w I cunty.
II,. was married t Mis- Nar
llayiies w in in 'i de, him to tile :n ,
a luiiniier of years airo. T mi'
ar ,.'i weie lorn seven children, fou '
'ah "ii are livinir. He was ma'-
e I , ec-.nd time :.. M -- (' :d. !:.
I . :. l-'ei'i mi y, 1SS': t ., t m were
i.or.i cluidii-n. tl-.ice of ..:.. -i: wtii
loir 1 1 itl'.er. survive. Tile children
... living a:e: Mis. .1 S. Ueno, Mr-.
i C. ea- M ss Ha.ssie Clark, J. K..
. !.a : :i -in
u, -at ion :
"11, lull Sloan,
Wa wieville, N (7
"t 'iiiit'i at ulati.ms c
thousand M-ven hun.l:
Mr Kdiimnson is director of School
Accounting dt'iartment of lubli.
Instruction of Raleigh.
HI SINFSS CONDITIONS SOC.ND.
pm t on oasic
i iiism made h
business conditions ha
mem oel - of t he A l .
A --ociat ion.
Without attempting to overfook v -tarded
activ ty in .sonu' lines, the hiink
ei s p,,int out that ii" reason or pros
pect exists for any serious impairment
of indusfy. ,
"The w iv , of op'.i'jni-:ii w'-.r. h
wcj.". over the country has been f il-i
'owed :.y n more conservative out
ink." .-ays the Imiliaiuipolis Star,
wn i h should ultirrately Ih' U.'t'e.- for
: I; eortie'ned. Political unce:taini ,
duo to fear that radical bloc in C in
terest niijrht interfere with the Presi
dent's iiroijiaiii of tax and railroad
i". -latinn. may .hav? cau-sisl some
'esseniny of industrial activity. The
nation'.- financial leaders are a unf.,
however, in predicting that the con
dition of fundamental soundness must
. G KITING
Practically every county in
I I'nited States has many miles of .
'ock macadam highways w'.iic.i hi
:iutli'd their usefulnes from
'standHiint of carrying modern mo
vehicle traffic. Thousands of doll
'a mile have been .spent in .m illing :
' n. iintaiiiinef these old road i. To s;
. tiiis investment of the taxpayers i.
,.uly whii h devolves upon county o
I niissionei s and board of supervisi
1 Instead of tearing up these ru
it lias been successfully demons' ra
j in many .states that they can be 'j
i as a base for a waterproof as: ha
i concrete surface at a saving of fr
I 8,000 to $10,000 a mile,
j Kxtension of this type of road p
I ing is saving taxpayers ovei the co
,'try millions of dollars and build
hundreds of miles of hard iuua.
highways which could not olherw
GONE IS THE DAY OF THE K l
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Watnext' .'Baptist C l II rcl
'Back in the taily days of the ra
broadcasting, the program manai
didn't have to worry about 'filling'
time on the air. One or more pho
I graphs and an automatic piano w
fixtures of the broadcasting stui
land when there was a lull in the p
j gram the studio announcer made g-i
! use of a few of the latest releases
pianola rolls to fill in the time.
'"That practice, however, is a thi
of the pas'. The radio audience
longer want- to Psten to just pi:
'lil'ers' to k:ll time, so to speak. '
day everything :hat conies over I
I air must be fresh or first-hand. Mo
over, the various features must
'.'fed into the program with the
mo-st care and judgment, so as
i make for a harmonious ensembl
. says Charles I. I'opence, Manaf
i WJZ and WJY.
form of uuickened bus-i
rHE HAYWOOD-Bt'N'CO.MBE ARCH A T
Wii: I.., Tho:i'.a. A., and Allien C.
:';a,l.. Also theie ale thirty-thre-;
,n I, Mr n n''1 -everal great
g: aiidcliildieii. Al' the children and
a number of the grandchildren being
pie-cnt at the funeial.
While not an active memlH-r of any
i hurch, vet he gave liberally of his
means to the cause. He having d.i-
WOMAN'S CI. I B
.m i ins ( lu.) met in regular
,-is-ion at tlie home of Mrs. .1. P..
I'lan.is, with M:s. Hess Penny and
Miss Jessie Herren. joint hostess.-;.
Thursday, May 14th.
In the absence of the president Jlrs.
It has bein said of individuals as
wll as of organizations, that we are
n-jvor at a stand-still, we are either
gtag forward or slipping backward;
so the WaynisviiTl Woman's Club is
justifiably orou.l. and feel they have
IIBI TE OF RESPECT TO MEH
I Al. JFSTICE.
KEEPING RAILROADS ALIVE
(Merial departed this life April 24,' Western manufacturers and we
VJ'2'i.) SometLn.e we will understan I. "m railroads are justified in th
alarm over ever increasing quar.
Pleasant aie the memories of by gone ,;es ()f mamifaPf,e,l rrt..eb. .
ing to the Pacific coast via the P;
ited the land and aided materially ; I Allen presided.
building ( lark's Chapel which is
located near his home. Someime pror
to his death he comforted his fam
ily and friends with the assurance that
he was ready and not afraid to die.
The meeting opened with the Feder
a! on song follow.d by the On
During the social hour an ice
teresting account of the State Con-
made a forward movement in hav.ng ...:... ul ama fanaI
iriated the arch project marking- the 1 '
, . . . . vr . . - And was vusited bv Santa on
line between tvrv of North Carolina s -
. I sleigh
host counties. , s . , . ,,
to maKe wonaeriana an complete.
Mr. Barber. America's greatest
airhitect, tells n.s if we would have And as the years came and went,
our homes most attractive we1 She to a beautiful maiden grew;
should use materials close at hand; To adorn the home for him who sent,
this idea we will apply in the con- And to make a daughter kind and true.
Fureral services wvre conduct..! vention was cjven by Mrs. Allen. struct'ion of the arch; for it is to be Born and brerf in thp heart o( Rj)
from the home by Dr. H. A. Smather.s, The pap'r of the afternoon, "Pub'.ic bu lt out of native stone under the
a lifelong friend of the deceased, Sat- Health Work in North Carolina," was direction of a proficient architect and The connty of such Rreat fame.
urnay morning, aner wnicn ouria. was most ally presented by Mrs. J. T. shf bloomed M the mlies of pjo,, .
mml. in C. ark's Chane cemetery. A M.no-nm ture, a thing or beauty and a joy lor. - "i K'"o.e i.e.Ki, e
large number of relatives and friends During the social hour an
In 1919 the canal handled G81,
tons of freight, as compared to 2
tons in 1924, indicating tl
volume is increasing each year.
'Manufacturers and railroad! sy
terns have to meet this competition
interior points while consumers
Pacific coast harbor cities enjoy co
petition between railroad and wa
Transcontinetal railways can si
vive and compete with the Panai
'generation? to come
ings to and from the vast inter
from all sections of the county were course was served by the hostesses. I It is the intention of the Woman's , ' r . .
th funeral The flora Tk. ,n,.,; :n k. . it. ,. n. m Roamed anrf-fro icked around Bethe -..-icu-wuio nue rs
But ne'er did change her name.
offerings were many and beautiful. home of Musses Bess and Daisy
The pall bearers were: W. T. Hoi- Boyd June 11th.
land of Andrews, frank Holland of .
Asheville. Herbert Holland of Spartan S. C. LINER
burg. S. C. Hascue Clark of Clyde
Rout? 1 and I.loyd and Vinson Reno of
Architects, contractors and builders.
Canton, all grandsons of the deceased. There has been invested in the con-
Canton Enterprise. struction of new buildings in Waynes.
ville during the last two years, end
CATTIaE MEKONG TO BE HELD ing June, 1925 the sum of three hun
AT CX7YDE. dred and fifty-three thousand dollars.
operate with Jackson county in build- Hill,
; s:M:iAV nMu. .I.-., n, n lr : n ,),. And tA rhnrp.h Arvi aahool Hid osi
line between our verv excellent sister Proud to carry out her master's wIll-!to short haul camera serving ot
county, to the west of ours.
road competition with the Tanai
canal impossible would reduce thi
Friends increasing 'as the waters that ' interior t"tes.
A0W. I As opposed to sectional and politii
i rate-making, the discretion now loc
Now sleeping under the sod of Bethel ed in the Interstate Commerce Co
Hill, mission by the present transportati
Rests a maiden once bright and fair; act makes it possible to keeD t
N. A. Ferguson. Main street mer-.May 'vea ones De "r,n'ea to transcont.nenUl railroad alive.
...,, w:U, . .
cnani ot nazeiwooa, nas juijt an aa-
MRS. F. D. FERGUSON,
Chairman of Committee.
SPREADS OU I
As she goes to her home up there.
The meeting of the cattle growers 0f this amount S. C Liner & Co. have dition to the east side oMiis store
of Haywood county which was to have done two hundred forty-three thous- completed into which he will put a 'Tis hard to part from a
been held on June 8th at Clyde has and dollars. We are in business to line of poultry' rnd stock feeds. dear,
been postponed until Tuesday, June stay. De owe no bills, we have the, It is a pleasure to the Carolina Who has made such a powerful stand;
16, at 2 p. m. Mr. Chas. Ron, Chief experience, the nvoney and material to Mountaineer to note a 1 such evid. The work of the Almighty is not now
of the Division of Markets will be build anything from a bungalow to'dences of prosoerity on tne part of clear,
present. All those interested in eat-: a sky scraper. We like competent ! the merchants in Waynesville's largest But someday we will understand.
tie are urged to be present competition. suburb. A. E KEMP.
The circles of the Woman's At
iliary of the Presbyterian church w
jnieet pn Tuesday, June 9th. at 3:
P. M. as follows:
Circle Na. 1 with Mrs. Harry Rotl
'Circle No. 8 with Miss Julia Bowli
Circle No. 8 with Mrs. L. B. PaUni
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