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VOLUME XXXVII. NUMBER 2.1
WAYNESVILLE, HAYWOOD COUN'Y. NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1923
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 if not so Paid
Equal Opportunity for Every Part of
Takes Flyer The need of a hospital in Haywood Co Barber Apple
rpr the past several weens 1hc
Board of Education of Haywood coun
ty has been working upon '.lie .May
budget. In the nroi-i:ng last Monday
held for the purpose of liniihini? up
the document before submitting it to
the Board of County Commissioners
for their official confirmation, several
things affecting the school-, of the
county came up for consideration. One
of the matters that claimed attention
for a time was the question of bot
rowing the sura of $25,000 to replace
the expenditure of a like amount by
the Waynesville township committee,
although allocated in the budget for
'he payment of tue sal tries of the
ttwnship teachers, had been used for
In the discussion of the question
of making the loan, the only point at
issue was whether or not the instal
ments and interest should go upon
the county budget or be taken from
the special tax of Waynesville town
ship. Mr. R. L. Prevost and Mrs. J
M. Long, representing the township
committee, presented a petition in
person from the committee asking
that the Board of Education borrow
the money, charging the sinking fund
to the county budget and the interest
to Waynesville township budget. Af
ter a fall discussion of the matter
the question was put and failed to
carry, members voting "n;." explain
ing that they were in favor of bor
rowing the money and lending it to the
township committe in accordance
with the school law as given tinder
section 276 of the codification of 1925
but were opposed to the request as
given in the petition. The township
refused to modify then- request and
1he action was declared . lost.. .
Another motion was then made tl.tt
the county board borrow the sum of
$25,000 with which to pay off the
outstanding obligations of the county
including all teachers' unpaid salaries
in Waynesville township if the chair
man can get from the attorney cf
the board the proper legal advice as
to how it is to be handled. Mr. T.
A. Clark, the attorney, explained that
the board of education cannot borrow
money legally unless in anticipation
of the budget and that if this money
is borrowed, provision will have to be
made in the budget to have a sinking
fund and interest to retire the claim
as it faTIs due, a matter that every
body does not understand.
It is hoped that the way can be
found to borrow this sum so as to pay
the teachers the amounts that are due
them, which will not only relieve the
board of an embarrassing situation,
but will pay the teachers the money
that has been due for a long time.
During the discussion that tjys sit
uation orougnx out, tne united sen
timent of the board was emphasized
that better school advantages for
every part of Haywood was to toe pro
vided, that the fartherest corner of
the county was entitled to the same
-'fits and ooportiniti ;is any
other. From the advanced positions
taken, one must believe that there is
a bright future ahead for the country
schools as well as those of the towns.
'Another matter of outstanding im
portance passed upon was that of al
lowing $2,600 in the county budget for
a superintendent for Waynesville
township schools. This came as a
clmiix after its was learned that the
County Commissioners had declined
to confirm the amount of $3,400 for
a cr.t.jty wide supervis . to wrk un
der and with the county superintendent
If this is allowed by the commission
ers, Waynesville township will have1
a better fund for the salary of the
township superintendent that last
The American Hospital Association
1 has shown that an average community
Mr. Killian Trying Out Sot of PIr- f ten ,housand inhabitants cm .un.
i port a general hospital. Haywiod
I County is a community of about
River Bottom for
Having put in thirty-two years at thirty thousand inhabitants, and has
the key board in variious t)egraph'a large number of industrial ettter-
omces w. K. Killnan of Clyde conclud
ed the time was ripe for him to try
some other game for a while.
During his years at the telegraph-
I prises, and more coming in the Bear
future. Our neighboring county on
the west is also building a number of
sible. They are stimulated to study
arc! take post-graduate courses an I
the people who fall into their hand-;, A Carload of Both Lime and Sulphur
as patients, wlli be the beneficiaries. Used in Spray Dope Soy Beans
Another benefit of an up-to-date Sowed for Cover Crop.
hospital in Haywood County, will be
a Nurse's Training School, which must' Almost any day for weeks that you
be operated in connection with the miKnt hove happened up that way and
hospital. This will enable ambitious Passtd near or through the Barber
and deserving young women of the "I'P'e archurds you were likely to
county to prepare thmselves1, here nt'al' ttu' popping of gas engines driv
at home, to enter one of the greatest inK thc sPray dope in clouds of fine
Orchard Notes! Held at Clvde
HAYWOOD CATTLEMEN MUST
0U;ANIZE SO THEY WERE
TOLD AT CLYDE TUESDAY
er's key board he used much of his industrial plants which are asking professions open to women. Natur- mist over the fruit laden trees
leisure in reading garden literature! this community to furnish hospital ally, preference in accepting students Nearly always a group of four
and became particularly interested in. service, and the greater the industrial i for this training school, will be given spray rigs, in close formation, were in
what he found about onion growing. 'development of any community, the I to Haywood County girls. operation..
Now and then he read that on a com-1 greater is the demand for hospital
mercial scale yields of as high as service
Why a County Hospital? A rig consists of the engine and
When a. hospital is constructed uml num.. nn,i t,.,.b u
2,000 bushels per acre were reported. Haywood County has in wav. h-en ! operated with private capital, wheth- tw !,.. ', i tv.
"is .operating a general hospital for the;1' doctors or other people, the man to each hose to handle the noz-
past several years. At this hospital cnaiges musi tic sutncient to pay for zle. Then u tender lank to .'ach rii-
were treated, last year, about fnir 1 construction, operation, taxes, insu- to keep it supplied with Inn,. I.-., h
Naturally this stimulated
interest and enthusiasm.
Last spring he retired from the tel
egraph service and at once set about
to try out his dreams about onions.
hundred patients, including four hun.
died and twenty-eight days of free
Accordingly he put about four acres, s,.rvice. Because of poor' surround-
of that fine dark sand loam in tV', ings and noor equipment, this hospital
.a..te ami a m menu sufficient to tank has a capacity of 150 gallons,
justify the outlay of money. Sime Each rig and each supply tank is
a county ho.-i.ital is exempt from tax- diawn by a team of mules
ation, and is not stiiinoscd t
lower part of Clyde to the left of has no, had the general support of the ! .mndend.s, s enabled to gnvc sec'-' ' ' T ,, ! pr,
the highwap to Canton in first-cfci.s ' ,iraI nroresition of 11 (.nilTltv !,,. al a ,.,,,ltlv reilu.. " ....... T' ''V"' " lhrvv. "W" m,d
tilth and at the proper dates as he,Thi, vear th,s nosnitll, ,, ,. . . I privately owned ' ,n,V, l.ms Th.. w,th thv batU'ry
figured them out drilled in onion seed tcr sUpport from .he Brtf ' aml; county hos.i.tal mveslmlv hvi.., ""'.' ,w,v mvn and
of several varieties. All germinated. is caring for a greater number of " care tor a great numbe"r of m.h-' Z'el,?! V r """.'T
well and came up promptly sc that he; patk.nts than ever hef(m, an;) haR!gt.nt patients, and, ocng a public , '"UK'
has a fino oven stand nivnl the firsf ' ..... i - ... , . , ., , ,. I , . , Bas Power. Ouite a large and
" , iH-i-ii auvanreo one no r !iv tnpi'i"i"i. win oe ei yioii it n:i ri i,.m:n.. ......
few rows sowed before he got the (,,,,. rnn.miinm.,. t .',;..!., .h,. , lis,, !,,, ,.r ,.,... l aggregation ,1 seems, yet
. j .' - - .'iiauii - ............ iiji I'lini- i uu-
arin properly adjusted. I expenses
Mr. Killian is trying out
varieties. They are the Golden Globe outstanding oneratin.r n,li,ai,,n ;and will nmoortinmn.lv ' -'s, . and fung, and insects.
Danvers, mile "BejWuda, New Denia showinc- that, with thp ,,nitn l nnnn, t taxes f ,h,. ,.,,l. . ., u T pnxluce the self-boiled lim" an 1
Prize Taker, "White Southport, Red of the medical Drof"Ksi m of Havwatwt U'ountv sulphur solution which this concen
Southport. and "New Sweet Spanish. County, and the additional support of' Location. ,t rat ion of the th.ve kinds of powers
Bis heaviest sowing was of those1, number of mrrminent nhv.iicians rf' , ., ,. mentioned, sprays over the Barber
two old reliable market varieties thej other counties, which is assured, a
issioners for operating 111 ln-' oistr,:jution ot the Duke
It now has more than dation Fund, which wi
ill necessary to protect these exten
mean much, 1 ,.,.h,.i t.. i,.. ........... .., ... .
n.i.M .,,.11.1,1. . I- ... -,i ,.ti, ; , mi- ui 01-
-u,,,,., aianauic iuiius 10 in.".'i " . i iu-liuii anci operation, .
...,l ,;i ; . v.: '
most piominentry mentioned being a
part of the Dr. Sam Love estate in
s;h.,.,,,i ,..! ;.. . ... ,.. .... -
,,...ult r.etuoi. oe cai-,orcha,.4js in une 8,.a80n requires the
ned lor hospital bonds, a suitable use of one carload of limo and one
location win 0e select. A number rload of sul:.'iur.
nf loi";lti(ir hiwu 1,iiin J.w..w...-!
4't.wi uivunccu unc TV,;., i i ,
in.-- jiiuv iuk iu ou JiKP a ramer
larjre quantity of these nialeiuils to
tjt' u$v on a single Haywooil farm
in a sin trip sp.'i-ifin Rut vmi ViiM
of Haywood County for treatment "uiiiung ana tqu-pment. , 1)ear jn min(J thflt theie
and they tot $25.00 Der week eaih. 11 :s !roosed to erect a modern thousand bearing apple Uw to be
"mg interesting things -relatin)- to it for hospital care and nursing, -not nr-pioo! ou lding, equipped with el. ; sprayed sevTral times a season and
to report from time to time. counting physicians' fees, (anyone i tvator. -a.v, latioratory and every-1 that the incalculable number of square
who has taken a member of his family lnlnK in tie way ol modern hospiUllfeet of bark and leaf surface they
to a hospital outside of Haywood , equipment. , )i esent figures un into billions.
Be sure to wt roarrv for the 2nd C ount'' wiI1 aPree that this is a low
Golden Globe "Danvers and thj White, modern hospital in Haywood County
Bermuda. The other varieties wereW0Ud be more than self supporting,
sown to test their adaptability to this, At very 1aw e5timate, there btc
sop and climate. twenty Haywood County people in
mis prooaoiy is aooui tne most inter, hospitals every day in the year. Snp-
pose all these people have to go out
made in Haywood roi-ntv this year,
and the Mountaineer counts ,n hav-
THE FLOWER SHOW.
How Operated. That the spraying this season of
annual flower show of Waynesville eiitlmate.) l"wenty people at 5 00 j This county hospital must be oper-tiese orchards has been successful is
and Havwood county on Friday, Aug.,per week earh' wou,(1 Pa' the sum ofated by a board of directors, or a 1 nulinated by the clean, healthful an-
1 at the Parish House of Grace I lr WWK' wn,cn one ear. commission appointed bp, and under I learance of both fruit and foliage.
church, given under the ausnices of.WT)uld amomrt to S26.O00.00. In fourjthe direct supervision of the Board ol All this is very gratifying to Mr. A.
the Garden Committee of the Com- vears th,s wouU1 nwunt to $1M.000.- county Commissioners. This bc ardiH. Sparks, the orchard manager, who
munity Club of Waynesville. a f,TU" m( rv lnan sumfleT,c 10 j is also to hvae charge of the construe for a number of years has assumed
We most cordially invite all those DU,,(1 ana prlu,p a "ospitai as goon astion ()f thp hospital uuidinK
having flower gardens or beds, how- De T0UTla ,n t"e country, ana
ever small, to add their contribution to whuh woula ferve the coun'5' cr
ti, ki .r .1.;- ir..i,ij-..i ...u; years to come.
",t t-oui.y ri li la it. 'Jllui V.Ml
Bring your flowers and thus share I'woo1 County are nrv withnu:, f I Lime and sulnhur are not the only
the ioy of them with other; at the ''V311 ' ,n ' ' " .. , , , . , ... '!' materials used. At certain
. i . said bones to hear a rate of interest -
same time yon may feel the thrill of Fu"n "p a 1 ' " ' ,, . .u , , . times large quantities of arsenate of
seeing a prize taking ticlcet attached, j ""try r- .ci-- now P-actirn, , - - JUU lead and of nicotine solution are
All entries free. Haywood ( v ,re f.r ..t mUWem keeping w.th pre-, M
- and when they are gone, there .,8Mes. pll ,abl-v 5''- ,n. At this time it ,s diflicnl. , make ,
RI I oft O : will be none to take their place,, feent that a is ound tiat by ,he percentage of an
. L. Lee 0t l Haywood County hasn't had a young part.c p.Ui on in the IHike Vound- mTmal
man in a medical college in the last;""" any other .-eason.ij, . th, pini(,n tna( .
I .lllllllsfll V ten vears. rne requirements, in lime ' ' 1 u.. ...... .
the responsibility of seeing that the
! Cost and How l'aid For. iMnay solutions are right, and are
I , ... .,. , . , . applied at the right time and in t'ie
To build this county hospital, ;t is! ' ,
! .. , , ...,. . ,t nght way. I his, it is plain, is no
; - c ,i .- in utwrcti w ."-uuinil LU tilt voil'l S t'i .- ,
'A number of the communities ,n ' , slight, no msnrnificnnt resiM.nsihilitv
I nil ruiiintv tiro fiiieruin ,,t hnnil i- '
sue of one hundred thousand dollars
said bonds to bear a rate of interest
ln,l .lnll.,,u tc -,.,.,.l..l f,,.
.and money, nuve become so enor- "'"' """' " " i i C,nsidered
Imous that other fie ds are more in-"111'0" i int proposed nosp.iji.,
th. con- ;v ;:
fair normal yield. I he
I set of apples on a gieat many of the
iw i nicest (.ems rurnisning e.s- ... , . ii,. ih., m,,.. f k,u. :,ii " "
taUbfawevts-SeU Ladies Shoes ! V!t,m?- wn?" younjr man nas met : - , ."'7 t.ees. he said will have to be tliinivd.
The 'firm of R. L. Lee & Company
I the legal rtourremenU of a college wi" he issued.
education, f ur years in a medical By referring to the following sche.l
I school, at a ,-ost of from ten to fif- u!e prepared by Mr. (J. N. Henson,
I teen thous."-: I dollars (not counting State Bank Examiner, it can l seen
The cultivation of the orchards for
this season came to an end ahn.it
two weeks ago and the entire acre-
is known nerhans better throutr.iout ,.. .. """ . ; . . ' . . . : k'0 "nv d to soy beans. The
j . .v i his time n', anything) and has served just what would have to lie paid each ...,,.,.,. ,,.i : ,..,ni ,i, n;i.,..-
Haywood countv than most any otntr', ... .- , . anei used is called the Hiloxi an i
. , .. ,.' , . ... ... his mtemtshin nn a modern hospital, year, and everv citizen can determine .u,,,. ,,.. cu. i ,, ,u ,., r .
store of its kind in Waynesville. . . , - , " , . , ., . , ' . ... tnt-v "ere ow,d at the rate of two
. . . . ,, .. it is an evident fact that he will not just what he will have to pay, this i , . . . ,, n ,
This store caters to gents furnish- , . . l"Uf,n(,s lo the a'ie. Due to the
m. , , I locate in a country communitv, or m schedule being based on a property .... u.,,. , ,..,, .
ings and notions. They also make a , , ,, , ,, " "'atnei tney did no! come uo
i. , . , , , , a town where there are no hospital valuation of twenty million dollars,',..,-,. ,..,ni., i,, ,u ..u. t .u
specialty of ladies' shoes and hos:erv. , ..... . , , , , ' . , , ,. , , , . A. ,, r evenly, but the showers of th"
The senior member of the firm f8C,Jltle. to.enaWe n,m t0 pra'1. h "! 'ssu- "f hundre i ,hou early part of this week may help more
W. T Lee, Chairman of the North Pfs,on the way ,n whnch he,. ml dollars: Lf ,, , (.()nu, up The m
Carolina State Corporation Commis- ha8.?;een tramCd- ur population is ; Schedu le: bean beetle has already begun work
. , , . P , , , . i.inii iiiv i , Willie un iiuiiiiici oivir.wiFU.iiv iiwauiL.il iiunii.-, inniiii. ... h, 1,..,. .I...... .U-. I. I
sion and he is one of the most pop- .... . , ... ' ; . - ' . on tm 5 ocan P''"ts that showed
ular office holders in North Carolina. ' " " ' . ...K -
. -. i eventually mean that, in a great num- twenty vears; lew ifigured on the
Mr. R. L. Lee, a son of Mr. W. T. , , .. , . ; . , , . , ..
. . . , . ber of cases, -natients will have to be basis of $20,000,000.00 valuation:
Lee, is manager of the store and is . , , ., ' , . . . , , , t, i i . ,
. , . , . , carried to the doctor, instead of the Year Principal Interest
j ,. . .. . doctor going to the natients, hence 1st 50c levy on the $1000.00
This firm has been in business for
about forty-ifive years and number
thtir friends and patrons by many
the necessity of a well equipped
hospital. In our increasing number 2nd 50c
of industrial plants, serious accidents 3rd 40c
are frequent, many with severe shock 3rd 48
year, and this mav be taken . 1..;.,. i... .i...... i. a and profuse hemorrhage which re- 4th 46H
: ply"'0' l.V S i va uracil iaudij . . . . . . . . . ,
happy solution of a matter that ho. , .i,. .iu .v lulre immediate attention. In such 5th 45
- - - aj-j niv genuine ,juam.j Ui tuc IIICi -
been hanging fire for some time. chandise they sell and the reasonable
price standard alwaya maintained.
' 5000.00 5000.00
COMMITTEES APPOINTED FOR
MARIE MORRISEY CONCERT
MANY TOURISTS HERE.
cases, transportation, to any gi-eat 6th 44c
distance, would be at grave risk. 7th 42Vi
Benefits of a Hospital. fth 41
j The chief benefit to be derived from 0th 40c
!an UD-to-date hosnital in Havwood 10th 39.'
The following committees have been There are many strange faces in County will be the improvement in 11th 38c
appointed from the Community Club town, visitors and tourists. In fact the qualitv of medical service that 12th 36c
to heln with the Marie Morrisey eon there are several hundred new sum- the people of the county will receive. 13th 34c
cert on July 2nd: mer visitors here now which Is tm- Nothing develops, doctors like hos- 14th 34
On stage decoration Mrs. Rippe- usual for this early in the season, pitals. In the hospital, they come in ISth 32c
toe. Miss Altsaetter, Miss Stringfield.' Of course there are many familiar daily contact with each other, and 16th 31 '4c
Advertising Miss Alice Quinlan.j faces also, those who have been com- each other's patients. Each one 17th 30c
ing year after year. From the out- learns what the other is doing and 18th 29c
look at this time this will surpass how he in doinij it. They discuss 19th 28c
any tourist season in the history of cases and exchange ideas. With the 20th 26c
Waynesville. It will be a hurd ropo- aid of the X-ray and laboratory they
sition to find room for the many are enabled tp make diagnoses that Total
'thousands of visitors. would otherwise be practically impos.
6000.00 4000 00
5000.00 3250 00
5000.00 2000 00
Mrs. Covington, Mrs. B. Ray, Mrs
Tickets Mrs. Thackston, Mrs. R.
L. Coin, Mrs. E. J. Hyatt. f '
Other committees will be appointed
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up last week, but it is hoped the
beetle will do no great inj'iry.
If the soy beans do well it is tho
Intention of Mi IBai-ber and Mr.
Sparks to have the vines mowed -it
the prorjer stage and cured for rough
age for the twenty head of mules
kept on the farm. The stubble and
the roots of the beans will, they fig
ure, add much nitrogen to the soil
As a matter of self-protection for
all depending on it as a source of
income, indeed as a matter of the
preservation of the industry the farm,
ers and cattle raisers of Haywood
county must organize, and leirn to
pull together, learn to co-operate.
That was the earnest conviction ex
pressed by every one who spoke on
the present state of the industry nt
the cattle men's meeting in tiic town
ball at Clyde Tuesday afternoon.
In respect to attendance the mett
ing was a disappointment to those
responsible for the calling of it.
However, they found much encour
ngemeent in various indicatinos show
ing that all over the country ther,'1
is appearing a real awakening to the
extreme seriousness of the situation.
A keen sense of the unavoidable need
of organization, they feel is growing
Mr. (iwyn who called the meeting,
acted as ihairmun. After a few In
troductory remarks he called upon
James (I. K. McClurc of Hunromlie
county, widely noted for his success
in organizing the farmers of that
county, also of Hemic ;n coenty, to
explain the proceedure and offer sug
gestions toward promoting similar
Action in this county.
Mr. McClur? briefly explained the
discoeuragenient met bv him and the
few at ulrst interested with him in
the moement to organize their fellow
farmers for self-protection, over at
Fail view. At first for months, he
said they could induce only from
eight to fifteen of the farmers in that
vicinity to attehd the bi-monthly
meeting--. Then, suddenly, he de
clared, the idea caught fire and spread
and that very quickly thereafter a
sufficient number were lined up with
the movement to enable them to un
dertake the building of a co-operative
warehouse a few miles out of
Asheville toward F i view.
A great many dicouragements of
of various sorts. Mr. McClurc. said,
were encountered which eventually
were overcome and soon the ware
house venture was found serving that
community so well that other com
munities in Buncombe applied for as.
istance in organization associations
ami. establishing. warehouses.
Now, he tells, there are four ware
houses in successful operation in Bun
combe and two in Henderson county.
Mr. MeClure exhorttd those present
not to be discouraged by the small
number in attendance and remarked
that all movements of this kind are
always led by a few earnest and self
Jno. W. (ioodman, District Agricul
tural Agent, whose headquarters wo
at Asheville, was called upon bp Mr.
(!wyn for a few remarks. Respond
ing Mr. Goodwin explained in a few
sentences the nature of his employ
ment bv the State, and unqualifiedly
endorsed all that Mr. MeClure had
advanced in favor of the fa'im -s organizations.
V. M. Lewis of Raleigh, chief of
the Livestock Division of the State
Division of Market; followed Mr.
Goodwin ami explained how the di
vision he represents could lender bet
ter service to farmers and cattle
raisers of Haywood if they were ef
fectively organized. He made it very
clear how fteble a single farmer
or stock raiser is, .standing alone
against a railroad o (ran. v io i,
or against the highly organ i.ed
ma'keting agencies of distant
cities. But, said 'ie, let a
hundred or more farmer and i.ittle.
men of a community orjaii "? and
set in a well directed manner as a
unit and thry command instant at
tention and respect from thc highly
for the nourishment of the trees nextla"d organized forces whi h surround
year. !them on everv hand.
It will be interesting to note the When Mr. Lewis had concluded, Mr.
outcome of this experiment, the first, wvn summed up the remarks of the
perhaps, of the kind in Haywood yev'ral speakers and urged action
county. along the lines they had recommended.
Mr. Gwyn now gave an account of
MM)!) PICTURE FOR A GOOD the organization of a co operative
Through the generosity of Capt.
Edwards the Near East Relief will
receive the net proceeds from the
picture "Capt. January" shown on the
night of June 25th. This is said to
be a good picture. Remember the
date and come to see it.
S. R.CROKETT, Acting
Chairman of N. E. R.
shipping association composed of an
influential number of cattlemen of
Madison county and told of the part
he had taken in the movement.
Mr. Gwyn explained that the asso
ciation selected a committee to super
vis? the gTading of the cattle to lie
V"ded and in a e-eneral way direct the
affairs' of the organization. A local
bank was selected as trenrj-er and,
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