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Vo'ume XXXVIII. Numlf 20
V AV NESVIbLE. HAYWOOD COUN Y, NORTH CAROLINA Till RDAY, JUNE 17, 192$.
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 if aot so Paid
Haywood County Ballot By Precinct
Ki-gr. of Deeds, Sheriff, Chni. of Commis.
i : 1 I
Commissioners Bd. of Education Record Judge
The Waynesville Music Study Club
will present Miss Nell Esslinger, con
tralto, in conc ert, at - the Elementary
School .Auditorium" on Thursday
evening, June the 24th. She 'will be
accompanied by Miss Ruth . Pettuj,
pianist. ' ,
Miss Esslinger is1 weii known a a
concert artist in the Wuth. 'Where-'
ever she has been heard musical crit
ics have given piaise freely. The
Musical Courier, for instance, in crit
icising her performance at Carnegie ; East Fork
Hall Musical Chamber ' says that she
gave pleasure through the beauty
and range of her voice.
We quote., ihe . following from' tha
"Young, fresh and charming in
personality, Miss Esslinger complete
ly captivated her audience with her
lovely singing. Her diction- and ex
pression were especially admirable,
and her rich contralto tones a de
light to the er
"Her opening group represented
Alabama composers, and then as an gjg. oeej
encore was given a nost charming 1 Cataloochee
little song of the singer's own com- ' q,
posing. She sang classics in German Clyde
and gave a fine interpretation of some ' Crabtree
of H. L. Burleigh's Negro Spi"i:uals. I East Fork
She was recalled many time." ; Fines Creek
Miss Esslinger has a most able as- : Iron Duff
sistant in Miss Pettus who is not Ivy Hill
only an accompanist, but also ; piano Jonathan
soloist of note. We take the liberty I Pigeon
of quoting a notice from Florence, N. Beaverdam
"Miss Ruth Elizabeth Pettus was
recognized immediately as one of the
most sympathetic and artistic ac
companists we have ever heard. Her
charming personality won a place in
the hearts of all present and her
rendition of the March Wind evinced
her mastery of the pian-."
White Oak .
4!) 2-lfii 2-13
83! 20 144J
461 2911 176''
698 416 211
491. 231 41
18 .235; 260
56.144j 3 lwi-Ti)-4 163 140;
202 135 102' 91
515 303 480 109
Mr. Stone Speaks Mr. Alley's Letter
to Goodfellows! to Mr. Weaver
.' ir. ( 'bail nmn :;ncl other Goodfellows: j Waynesville, . "., -Unit in, I'.iL'O.
1 never c.uhl talk en my feet and 1 Hon. Zchulou V.eavtr,
'don't know that I will be able to read; Ashuville, N. '.
; what 1 have jotted down, but will 'My dear sir:
ji.-ike an effort as .Mr. Logan nun-, The Iraxic ai.il Ji. timely death ol
1 t:i-m-d i) nie on the street yesterdav i my hro:nj;r on the niirht of Jute lil'tli
J that i might be expected to relate
68; 153i 245 194
48 20 16 111
12' 248 171 1031 139 263
10 110! 70: 41
6 37j 145! 127
. 13 124
66 130 222 181
179 198 lt)5j 133 20 1
some of my experiences oil mv
cent trip around the world. I amity to extend i..
quite sure the world is round now, itio'is upon you
has at tompl'. tly overu helnietl nu
that 1 have had 110 earlier opportuni-
vu my eongratula-(ioci-ive
:st Saturday's primary election.
You knew my brother" well,, and I
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201 225 37 292
135 791 871
203! 162! 1461 41! 276! 449 5841 222' 253! 365! 549! 218 49!)
575 316-439 126: 205; 156; 251! 66) 364 365 462'; 247 242 343: 5M 154' 581
321 734j 39 365; 678 393; 439! 5651 360! 158 57j 627! 623 628' 493j 43! 055
986 -28! 285! 826 ' 407 534 454 1 300 291 607! 543 ! 632 ' 653' 405! 284' 830
that I have been around it.. Willi
say that it is a very trying trip, on I
account of the different and quick, nm sure you will agree with me that
climatic changes. At Cariothe ther-1 until 1 became a candidate for Con
mometer registered 130, then we g'ess he was one of y ur most loyal
were soon wearing heavy overcoats . supporters.
J thwiigbUftafer and in. London it was For forty years it was his eusfom
old. Even in New York on the 13th on each election night, to carry the
1 42; 49; 56, 35 35i 1
35 73 01
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217 . 89
254 48 0
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE.
J. Hannah, T. J. Johnson, J. I). Mai
of June they were wearing straw ietu 111 .
hats and overcoats. There was more ' might
r less sickness on the boat. One old had won
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38 2; 1 !
42 ! 2 45
39 2 , , .p;
120 10 ' 108 42
126 f . 1 35 : 12K
54 1 4 I ' 3.j
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70 I 10 1 31 1 2S
209 19 13 ; 7
142 4 ' 38 I u
122 40 1 48 1 IV)
355 231 I 88 )
242) 25 1 I 140 ! 3--7
618 99 j 133 . i?.
697 781 I 119 ; 204
61 j l j 2 14
3121 340 878T TlW
to the county site so that he
with his friends who
tiiil console those who had
gentleman from Maine I discovered ' 'ost- This was his mission when thf
quite, and siting in his steamer ch:iic j "Kht of his life was snapped out;
m the deck. One man had Asiatic and truly may it he said of him that,
holcra, and several had the flu and "tfeater love hath no man than this.
.pneumonia. Of course these things that 11 man lay down his life for his
are expected and can't be helpod.. friends."
I We enjoyed our trip through Iwly Ilis virtues were many, and two of
iveiy much. We left the ship at them were particularly outstanding.
Naples and returned on the Aquitania: which I have sought in my small
from Southampton, England. Through-, wa' to emulate fidelity to friends,
out Italy there is everv siu-n of nros- uiu unshaken faith in the ultimate
perity. A few years back, things
did not look so good, considerable
unemployed, or rather they
work and there was quite a bit of
crime. Now, since Musolini has had
triumph of Democratic principles.
In obedience to these sentiments I
would not am writing this letter for the pur
pose of tendering to you and the en
tire Democratic ticket mv hearty
H. G. Reno for Commissioner re
ceived the following in the different
townships: Big Creek, 9; Catalpochee,
2: Cecil. 11: Clvdo K!. YVkt. 10.
A most varied program which will Eagt Forki 26. Fincg Creeki g.
iJuff, .2; Ivy Hill, 2; Jonathan, 7;
Pigeon, 39; N. Beaverdam, 324; S.
Beaverdam, 272; N. Waynesville,' ,5;
S. Waynesville, 38; Whits Oak 4
be of interest to all ages, has been
prepared by Miss Esslinger. Tickets
may be secured from Miss String
field, the president of our music club,
or from Mrs. J. W. Reed.
ReynoliJ Weaver Alley
Big Creek 91 36
75 Cataloochee 30 53
50 Cecil 42 36
176 Clyde 158 168
147 Crabtree 122 66
60 East Fork 50 24
209 Fines Creek 150 147
105 Iron Duff 70 73
163 Ivy Hill 78 137
108 Jonathan 77 112
140 Pigeon 239 91
504 Beaverdam 3601 342
428 S. Beaverdam 559 187
467 jN. Waynesville 479 55'5
619 's. Waynesville 416 671
37 j White Oak 40 31
3228 I Total 2985 2733
"MISS NELL ESSLINGER
WAYNESVILLE'S FIRST DEVEL-MENT.
THE WOMAN'S CLUB WILL HOLD
THEIR- LAST MEETING OF . .
THE YEAR. "
The next meeting' of the Woman's
Club will be held June 24, at. the
home of the Misses' Boyds on Acade
my street. As this will be ,the: last
meeting of the year all members are
incited to attend. ,
CAMP WYACONDA WILL OPEN
,y j, . .JULY 1ST.
MR. R. H. PLOTT PASSEb AWY
Mr. Robert H. Plott of Plott piss
ed -away at his hmej Tuesday -jirfter
.an j illness of VeveVa) eeEs.- Ma.
Plott was one of the lekdjng citizens
of ay wood county andnaHo recognized
as prominent farmer. " T J ; '
His funeral was held Thursday it
his home and interment was in the
' -"t-An extended account of Mr. Plott's
' death will appear in the nest issue
of this papeiv .
Miss-Nannie Tate la spending,, the
vacation at her' home' after attend
ing school it N. C C W, in Greens
CHpA Wyaconda will open July 1st
at Chestnut Park Lodge, just outside
' 1 in c1 v. ... r, : I
years the mp nas been under the'-pres. any,. ja?4off.
. .. . - ; natural beautv of-thfe location, wh nh
supervision or.iror. Li.l. rerren on - , r . --
On June the twenty-fourth will be
opened Waynesville's first real estate
development, Belle Meade. Get the
distinction. Not the first sub-division,
but the first development. With
each lot you are assured all improve
ments, paved streets, sidewalks, lights,
water and sewerage.
Just outside the city limits of both
Waynesville and Hazelwood lies this
beautiful new residential section, ad
joining both yet entirely separate.
Backed by some of the leading
bankers and business men of Way
nesville, men of vision,, whose desire
is to see Waynesville grow, and. to
grow along lines . of , permanent, pro
gressiveness, assures "'its' success.
Conceived in the minds of the pro
moters is the idea of homes,' Vfrlth all
that the word implies. This property
will be . suflfciently j restricted as to
protect th most' critical yet not op
SECOND PRIMARY IN THE RACE , helped out by several of our party. We
I were fortunate in being at the Amor-
control everything is different, he hearty support and co-operation in
made the idle get busy and go to the coming campaign,
work. If they could not find jobs he I For the past twenty live years, in
put them to road building, and the j every political contest that has been
result was so effective that I see in waged in this section, at my own ex
the papers that Portugal is going to 'pense and at the sacrifice of my own
follow Musolini's example. None of time and business, I have done all I
our party seemed to take to the could to cause the Democratic banner
French very much. We went "into to stream triumphant above the field
France at Monte Carlo and stopped of battle; and if my life and health
at different cities along the road to j shall be spared for twenty-five years
Paris." Can well understand now j longer I will continue, without reward,
our American soldier boys would not to fight for the triumph of the Dern
care to go back and fight for the'ocratic faith, because I believe that
French. Their soldiers look unkept the institutions of our country can
and not very military looking. As a be made to endure only by the ap-
matter of fact I imagine that it was plication of Democratic principles in
with a spirit of envy that th 'y 1 olcd government.
the pep and military bearing of oui ! On a number of occasions since von
boys when they went over to France hav(! been running for Congress,
to save the day. We visited the bat- where our sneakine appointments
tic fields of Chateau Thierry, Belleau conflicted, we have spoken from the
Woods, and was over what is known same platform in behalf of the Dem
as No Man's Land. While peering ot.ratic cause; and I suggest that we
down one of the dufouts 1 said on ,);,, the campaign together this
down to the bottom, it being rainy fnn.
the day we were thci, and had to be, ..,... . ,,. nr.
rangrment would have several ad
vantages. Since we are in complete
,CH" Emmery at neneau wooes on accord Qn the ,,0jti(.uI issues of the
Dwrtrutinn T)av antl wnu nhltt f., tiltiu . .....
ilr ,,.u ,.,.i.,,i ,u J day wl, WOUo at tne same time.
Ferrell'4. .Military Academy in New
is magnificent, the owners are con
structing a Jake; giving, to' purchas-
e 1 a L '
. j. . t era of lots in tnw. development both
;wyaccnaa is recvgniwu u.m ui mountain8 and water. ,
the leading boy's camps in Western . w . .. . .. .. ,
North Carolina. It is rated high rfl ? W f. ,?IW,n ?
organization and-discipline. 417 - 1 "Tt
"tt i. lj success of any enterprise into which
4' the ltfcation? ia one-M the most de-.!s.. . , ;-, ..
"?-,. -sv-'vVj i tnev might .enter: Mr. C M. Dicns,
siraDle that can be T found - In this. v..:u j V 1. . -..
.'',. . . . . , . . road builder, and to whose untiring
secon, it beintf satuated at;the f. effort, very rgelrj 'due myne'
of fte ounta.n. rA representation IB5 .moty
OI Wy8 xrom severa. m ,mtimtll paru Mr. H.AH
" 7 iWn' cashier" of the CiUzens Bank
invited to attend, - I T,..r nr i t
.uUU1L-, vu .ftrt. ""-- flowers on several of the graves of
highest vote in the June primary tne boys rom North raroiina wno
when three others were seeking the were buried here. Not knowing any
Democratic nomination for Judge of'of the namoSj a:ike( th(1 ()ffil.B;. in
the Twentieth district, expressed his t.nal.ge to point out some members
disappointment today at a second belonging to the Rainbow Division,
primary having been imposed upon i this way was able to locate some
the . people of the district. of them. At Rheims where such de-
Friends of Mr. Moore, who had struction was wrought on the fine
considered the race decided in his
favor, were apparently dissatisfied
that a second primary would be held
and announced their intention of giv
ing every support possible to Mr.
The recall that Mr. Moore possess
es a judicial temperment, is thorough-:
ly familiar with law and has had a
wide experience in life. He is a form-
cathedral, there is one of the largest
wine cellars or champagne cellers in
world, and of all the luck, I hid. it
was here the worst, at lunch that
present to the same audience, from
the same viewpoint, the Democratic
side of every question against the
Republican position. The arrange
ment would insure us larger crowds,
with less inconvenience to the public;
with less expense to us, and at the
same time would demonstrate com
plete harmony and co-operation be
tween us for the success of our party
in the fall election.
If this suggestion meets your ap-
nriw.'il vt i-.n vvtil'l.- out ihe details
day 1 had a whole bottle of cham- , .
. . ... . later on.
pagne, and immediately alter we
were taken through' this wonderful
cellar where the guide told us was
100 million dollars worth of cham
pagne, and the owner opened up sev
er Grand Master., fqr the State andral bottles of his finest vihtage, and
under his administration the. order !.m already full to the brim, I call
showed" muh progress His adminis
tration is pointed to with pride and
one -which,; benefitted the great order
and which alsor extended its influence
for the 'comnion'' good of the people.
All bis life, Mr. Moore has.- beeoxa
friends to the boys and girls seeking
I With best wishes f.o.r vour success,
and, trusting .thai you will at all
times be able to jntpj-ove the oppor-
, tuuity for service which this nomi
nation affords .you for the good of
our district and State, I am,
Yours very truly,
FLIX E. ALLEY.
THE WATNESVILLE MUSIC CLUB J 2TXZ: 11?!
Arthur, Osborne, building' contractor
that-hard luck, not being able to take
on any more, and it free. j
However, wine does not cost so JAMES ML'SE,"VftDER MAN LAID .
jnuch ' in these European countries. I TO REST;
I bought champagne in Hong Kong j
for 50 ents a bottle, and ordinary ; Varder, Wash., May. -27. Funeral
red wine. I saw sold for 10 cents a ' spi vis wnrp hold at th Rfim Utn.
nut iv wya miu gtita . ' - , . - . . .
an education and 'always sought to00"16- 11 seema me cunum 101 gencai cnurcn on xuesuay at 2 o "lock
who died at a Cen-
o Saturday following
ther Vre' few; attorneys in Ihfi "State ewtd .when you .ask; for ,vrer to:. Rev. G, F. Liening condted the str-
saiu-.(p. pf saesf more. Knowieage 01 1""1"";. "y "iwu iiuipj sous
we wpi..a levy oys jn,ixuaon -ana i iwo oios. r, ;. .1,
thousands f, tourWsv. Visit'London; ( X :Mr. Muse wall born in North Car
and especially the Tower and Westolina on February 25, 1859. Ho lived
minster. Abbey every day. The Big on. a farm near Varder for the last
LineH run ''. , very" cheap e,cusions' ?7 years.
across theAtlanticjydw;'and. J'peemi't Muse has relatives here who
ed "to me everybody is tating aSvan- j w11' 'egret to learn n his death.
place everyiachool advantage possi 1 evebody to f"?- .. oecilIy JH .or James Muae,r
hie at. the djsppsal of thechildren. mealV instiad of water, They look: trali haBpitald1
As a lawwriie. is widely known and at V" like- ftey think yoO are de-an operation" for, v a
tb'e-bw thane-defer Mr. Moore., :
, During the pJimary he Was-pointed
to as a-man'cofiducting a clean cam
paign and 'malice toward none. He
sought the nomination from his "fel-
Mra. James W.Reed will behos-Jand for years' a member of the Board
teas to 'the Waynesville Music Oub ' of County Commissioners, Mr. C H. his friends here say there seem'frto
as he would have them speak o him.
Since "he has' been assured of a big
vote in Haywood, Jackson and 8wain,
at her home on Woolsey Heights , Neal, teal estate broker and C P. ' be no doubt but that the voters in a
Wednesday, June 23, at 3:30,
Hnn .ml . t.h. KotHo i'l Miss Eu'za Woodfin Holland, Ad-
France -'" . -. , .jfuUnt of the Zeb Vance Camp in
There were different forms of
lAsheville and Mrs. A. M. White also
of ' Ashv111l vmt frt.nef af tliA km.
y, June 23, at 3:30V , The Wrkpatrick, Register of Deeds of second primary will support faim be- tertainment on our boat The Ma- gion d,y exePciges Tuesday at the
will be miscellaneous. v Haywood county. (cause of his qualifications. (Contiued on another page.) court house.