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WAYNESV1LLE, NORTH CAROLINA
CIAMTS READY FOR BARE
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. 18, 19;
in iuurji l vui vvviuunu ruLL 1 IIVIC nunareas ui anoppers
Are expected lo lake
Advantage Of Bargain
jne.of Largest In
i 1 j 1 Tkl J T
ausinai rianis in
Thi' Junaluska Tannery, of Hazel
(!, ow ni'il by England. Walton and
iip.iMy, Inc., ha:: received orders to
in... fat-Ay start full-time operation.
this order, l.'.U of t.h
f the tannery will 1
cork. The tannery h,-
erat ini? or, u ii )uv
Meetings are Hold at Hat
cliffe Cove, Clyde and
Maggie During Past
r cw Days.
David Hyatt Gets Sentence Of
10 TO 15 Years, Manslaughter
o si '.H ! ul!-tl:ile r
e'ive 1 by !.. M. Rio!
the tannery fron
:id.,uarlers in I!:
ar tann I
l Hit;' and j
iluska Tannery is one of
1 industries of Hazehvood,
short distance west of
. In addition to being a
yer of labor, the tannorv
Javge quantities 6". tan bark and
wo, id, which contribute to the
fierity of the surrounding country.,
lis plant, when on full production
;lule, mpi ires 100,000 hides' anmi
to '"produce -1,000,000 pounds of
hile it has practically always op
cd at. full capacity, and lias vet
e no reduction m wages, on the
of the current year it cut produc
to one-half capacity- The resump
of full-time operation is quite
lirally a most welcome bit of news
he peonlc of Hazelwnnd nH thn
i . Richeson, the manager, states
s opinion that while the recovery
liness might appear to be flow,
It is unnucstionHhlv rm thr. lin-
... .... ...j .... ..v X
rs! merchants received th. mvo
joyfully and expressed and even
fristic outlook for the enin-
lonths than heretofore.
fussion of Entertaining
aie Convention Here i
m May to be Main
e. will be a .special meeting
Disabled Veterans of The
Uai here Thursday nierht. at
lHh State Vice Comrade S:I-
" of Asheville and other state
making the principal nd
"! the evening.
1 main topic for discussion will
am! means of providing for
'' A. V. Convention, which
e May 27-28.
s of the American Legion
'dy invited to attend this
Major J. H. Howell, of
nuatlon, is also scheduled
i talk. .
The (' oin inun i f v m.s i inn
j el iff e .Cove vm the 5-1:1
I program plan was held his
I day at the Method::-! , lain !
J dred people attended the ni
showed mui-h' interest it) ' ti
The men Reeled Mr. ( . i
community chair, I". I.. Leo
chairman and Rul'us Rate
The women .elected Mi
Francis ihaii man and Mrs.
The meeting was presided over by
W. 1), Smith, vocational agriculture
teacher at Wayn svnie. Mr. Smith
has done much, work in the Ratclilfe
Cove community, with the boys and
has. held men's evening classes.
. Others taking part on the program
were Mrs. ,). II. Howell tK w n
.Smith, II. A. Osborne and Ja! L
Robinson, county agent
The vocational boys presented the
two act play, Hiram Haywood's Hired
Hands. T hey also furnished string
music for the occasion.
A similar program was held at
Clyde Thursday night in the high
The men elected T. II Roirers.
chanman, Carter Osborne vice chair
man and U. P. McCracken. secretary.
The women elected Mrs. T. II
Rogers chairman, Mrs. Roy Ht.ynes,
vice chairman, and Mrs. Helen Smath
I ers, secretary.
A similar meeting was held at Mag
gie last night, Wednesday.
The following meetings will be held
during the coming week:
Craso,. Thursday, February 18
Iron Duff, Friday, February 10.
ED SMITH GETS
SENTENCE OF 18
MO. TO 3 YEARS
Canton Youth Found Cuiltvl
of Murder,' His Father, ' 1
Luke Not Cuiltv
David Hyatt, through his attornev.
Felix Alley, gave notice if an appeal,
which was granted Wednesday after
noon, .-honly after he hail reeeivtMl
a -entenee of nol les tiian 0 years
nun'e than l." vears on a ; ch.nge
Hyatt was leleased umier a JfL'.UOO
n.i jusr alter tlie apiieal v,
l'i lo the time of the ti
mi If.- n 7,;,iii
' jury ivtunirif t i , in , ,.
laughter with rv( , ., ;1 . , i j, ,a
"e:e. eariy i- lnesd.H lieu :; 'u,;
1 .'' ( I ia id ilj.Mi, ,-h.tl ...t ,
K'Uuim his l,hi:i;,.- Ruel! Ilvat:
1 cfe owned and
the ilel'etiJa ol
'' '! fa v, which 'v.-a heard In for.'
11 '.1 A- - -lack, lias created mueli
re -t .since its beginning Monday
'iMiitie.. The court, room has been
u,i ...:.., . ,
t . (tin ii j aoo. at times luiirli
erowils tlnonged in the halis waiting
ail op))ni'tunity to get into the room
to hear the case.
The ' defense jirodueed evidence in
an cllorl to prove thai Itavid Hyatt
had suffered attacks of amnesia and
tended to prove- that it was while he
I r inrnn TT7Z h,,,i onQ nf ,n("- ''tt'I that be soi
uvjVstXLj IU lItr.lt HAS and killed his brother
RADIO THAT CATCHES At firs, Judge Stack ,1,(1 not pe, mi,
RATS AND KILLS 'EM jury to hear this evidence and
they were sent out of the room kov-
1 Hyatt i I'loiu p.:
wh i . n
dev - to
N. to their m.it h
taeK, in Suneriii:
i' moi niug, j)j..'sc
.months lo t.hriM
:. ;iiii:in y. .it).
of l!,i!;l riiMteM-
iii:iu--.:iugii:i r m
slaying of Ilr-i-.iMe.l
in Cant ui
y with Kd Hni it h
tnat the : ne
on OS f V;m
the public l
.a and wha;
I'e; t lV
. il'e lor : hi ,' I : v(
11-1 1 - ..;,(,
ol' I he pri
on the i:.'.i
V, ar pi ic.e:
occasion to ad
the Smith buy
that they might write to the prison
i superintendent and renuest that
i Continued on back page)
I inre in
j ; The niercliant and eit ,,l
do. vvciythitnf possible I, i make voiii
I table' :
. . . , i I lie-niercliant s haiid lr tile
I'Apecting to see you all three davs,, ,,.,, ., . , .. . . 1 .
F,-i,)v v;. i ..', --''" weeks lii cn talking ; ot tin
" ' :"""j .inn Jiiiiiu.iy, r en- , .,.. , ... , . i!
"mi aiio "iii-itKiiig ineir pians l() ac-i!
commodate (he largest, trading -crowds
shopping ple;(-ent anil piidi
I he l ee'ii I :i r i .
ind on liispla
' nan gin
di-e ale eljuil
: n ev'i ral in
,i .. iiiei
iiglrt lor til
n ill nor on!.
;! slocks;- bu
-0 and 22.
Very truly yours,
I. 11. IIOWKLI,,
Mayor ol Wavtiesville
3IISS HAYNES IS
ON HONOR ROLL
AT MARS HILL
Some radio fans like to brag about
how many distant stations they can
get over their sets and how they were
brought in with little or no static
R. M. Fie, local meat cutter, can tell
a different yarn on his radio, which
'"is perhaps the onlv like story yet to
I enter radio history. His radio not
only gets distant stations, but catch
es peaty rats at the same tunc
A few days ago, Mr. Fie's radio
acted queer and upon investigating
he found that a large rat had gotten
into the mechanism and had come in
contact with a live wire, which re
sulted in his (loath and also imMinir
the radio out ol working order
eral times during the first day of the
Huell Hyatt had lived here prac
tically all his life and was considered
a brilliant student in high school
He was connected with the postoflice
here for several years.
Other cases that were tried last
week were of minor importance, the
greater part consisting of divorce.
Violation of the prohibition law
other similar cases.
Chamber Of Commerce
To Elect New Officers
At Mectiiiff Toniffht
' hat have on vailed Wnvnosviloo sinccU
the davs of '21.
Mayor Howell has issued an mvita
tion to the citizens of the couhtvl
iH'OMtur 4 1, r,t 4,. l.tl.-.. ...1 4 .. ..r il. . t:U
"h". iiiv.ii in nri- tn vantage oi I'le:.;,
Tt lends of .Miss Carolyn Haylies,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A
C. A. Haynes, fctudent at Mars Hill
College, will be intt rested to know
that she was one of the 20 students to
make the honor roll of that institution
for the first semester.
Met Last Monday
wne person expressed Die opinion j tu l, ..l i n r .1 a
. , l"c lo,al "ost of the Ainencun
that perhaps the rat read in The t irinn i1( i,, , n n"u"
,,,,, , , i-gion held its regular monthly
Moun.ameu whu a lampaign was mt
be-ng waged against iats bv l'.of. S Ik,,.,,,,.., . , k
Commander...!. C. Patrick apiwinted
a committee to work with the local
l. A. . organization in nrrnntrinir
nis lor the Stale convention u-lviMi i.im..
Hugh Msssie, president of the
Chamber ol Commeri.e, Hiiiiouiieed
.yesterday that the uiihual meeting
of the organization will be held to
night, Thursday, at the Chamber of
Commerce offices here
This is an important meeting, he
said, and urges every man in Way
nesville to attend lf.imi-,ll,u., ,,r
ui.i wlieUier he is a member or nol, M r
i Massie said it. is impoi t.Hil iind that
I civic iiiid.. should bring everv citi
j nen out.
viui-eis lor th,. ..coming vear will
be elected and other 'important mat
ters will be brought up at that tune
D. Smith's vocational class of boys
and that the rat sought reluge in the
bach of the radio. Anyway, the rat
never lived to tell just what
specials oflered bv
No matter what viiiir needs mi
they van be promptly Idled m Way- ?"
nesville the next three days. Ii3
.Specials advertised in this issue of ii'".
The Mountaineer nu lude food, meats, jij 1
((resses, coats, shiK's, drugs, liardware,
and wearing apparel for every mom
her of the. family ftiiniltire, garages, h''
laundrv, dairies, et'. sl
ratronize the lirms that are offer-
ing you iiargains. Koad their . ads
in The .Mountaineer. The following i'e
firms and business houses are
1 here in May.
ASK IHAI I I.A(;S mo HISIM, AVKI)
'I he American Legion Au'iliarv is
a-king I ha! all the busmiss )mis(.s
heie display Mags nn Monday, Feb
ruary 22 in honor .ol Washington'
This date also markes the hcirin-
I ning of the Washington Hi Centennial.
"HAYWOOD IS DRYING UP, SLOWLY BUT SURELY," SAYS LOCAL FFDFRA! I
x liinnjixiim urritLii, iv. iirjrj. in a j i VIULAIQKIS CAUGHT LATELY
VccorHinp' in Federnl Prohibition in ri ni- . " " . (
'f the I. A
li bers of Vi;,. i.-
and bring some other member.
f have previously announced
I'-he Missing Word Page will
fm "'ve weeks. This is the
Lvek it will be published,
j contestants are urged to'get
"answers in as quickly as pos
J Th,s week The judges win
ne fetters for the entire con
fuesday night. . Winners will
founced next week.
According to Federal Prohibition in the Camn Rranch -t!nn
'fficer, R. C. Reese Haywood Coun-I IVacticnllv nil 'i l,.. !,.. :
- I -74 WiVJ "VjUll LJ.lM L in
is drying up, as far as whiskey is brought into Haywood county now is
concerned- The special federal offi- from Georgia and Tennessee The
cei. heie hae caught Hi men and ' a)n route flom Tonnccc tho ,h
ilestioved about 100 gallons of wins- thp Catn,00chce PCtlon Vn hup
key and many hund.eds of iralhm, ofjwhlbke ,hat hcre m ifJe
masn- in Haywood county
Mr. Reese said vesterdav that, there : htu,...,. .; :.. . . .. . t
- , 1 ' uti e- -iK coiisiaeraoiv less v, ;-k'.v
was less violation of the piohibition bplnfir nlafle an,, to(, U)(iii tQ.
law ,n Hayuood than in any other (ay than there WJ, twQ nion-ths .,
county he knew of. The big boot-: he ...ortiniI.,.i ' ,
N'o matter what
10 isneviue Horn Georgia and Ten- that aie helping
notion 1 !.. iliw.iw,!, nr...; ;..:n.. ..'. .. . -
forming is never mentioned in any
leggers are the onei that were sought
during tne recent campaign. Jhe re
sult was that several of the largest
in the county have been arrested.
Ted Emmerson, of Canton, was ar
rested last week, and the officers said
that-he had a fleet of 4 cars in which :
he delivered his "wares." It was :
said that his assistants are expected I
to be arrested this veek. Emmerson:
was released under a $1,000 bond. -i
Since coming to W aynesviHe Messrs. j
Reese and Forbes have captured 43 1
men in this county and about 200 1
gallons of whiskey. An estimate was j
made that 60,000 gallons of mash!
have been taken into custody. I
Last week six men were arrested I
Mr. Ree--e .said that the main
that, many net scared when passing
through heie and act suspicious and
usually got caught before getting to
Asheville and Canton. Mr. Reese
said lie believed that 7
the whiskey used in Canton and Ashe
ville was brought from Georgia and
Tennessee through this county.
The officers were asked how thev
igot their tins and infiirmoiinn 'r.,,. i
"Jle any all we get is from friends
not know that
received a lettei
whose boy was buying
liquor, but she failed lo
Waynesyille Is Bad Place To Sell
Liquor, Says Georgia Bootlegger
According to one Georgia hoot
Iegger. W'aynesvilIe is no place to
try to dispose of a load of liquo-
Sunday night the local police
force captured a car with SO gal
lons of Georgia whiskey and ar
rested two men and a young -woman.
The driver and owner of the car
- " iiuiu .uayor
Mayor Howell, before whom the
case was heard, released the second
man and his friend.
The two released, stated that
they were invited to ride from
Asheville with their friend and that
knew nothing about the "wet load."
I hey received a good "lecture"
from Mayor Howell hpforp thpv
. ----j i
; we get unsigned ct
fitnii people that do
we keen all liifoinin-
Not long ago I
from a mother.
if ii her name
to-even-tell where we could get in
1 1 . ... ,.i . . . , .. .
I'oucii wiui ner or the bov s compan
roils. 'I he result
w nu inLiiiiir i
to woik on. If she had signed hoi
name we could have arrested, no!
doubt, the bnoi'po-t'crs in lw'. -tar. I
after we got the letter."
Mi. Reese pointed out that several
people have come to him offering in
formation if he Would nromisp not
to get then- names involved into the
care. "This is always assured,: no
matter how large or small the case
may be," he said.
The federal prohibition offices here
i . i i . .
are ncatea in the 1'ost Office tuildng
crating in tlie .i-day bargain event:
A&I' Ten Co.
& T. Service Marioii.
( hampion Shoe Shop
C 10. Ray's Sons.
Denton's Hardware S'ore
Kagle .r)c-10c and 2oe Stores.
Massie's Department Store
Massif's Fuinittire f'o.
Mock's Department Store.
Mizcll Sales and Servic". ,
McCracken ( lnthing Co
Peoples Supply Co.
Ruth Ray's Ii(.uit Sho
Southern liell Toi ph-no.
Wayne wood Theatre,
I lie follow ing firms arc taking
in the nursing word page-
Ahlen Howell Coal Co
Taxi Stand Lunch Kn mi.
LeFame Hotel. :
Way nesville Book Sto,-"
Henry Hardware. Inc.
American Shoe Repair. sl.p
F li st National Bank.
WiMuiille Ihni'A,.i C
R. I.. Lee Coal Co.
Davis-Bovd Motor Cir
Alln-Mler ( d.. Hazehver .1.
Robinson's Stuijio, Canton, '
.Itinaluska Supply ( o.
Alexander's Drug S.c
Abel's Garage, 1
Swift's Dairy. 1
Kujl.mla.l iV Qon Plj ubn g Co
Hudsot . i
IV S'tOll, C.T
T..TT T? d
s mmmm ""i uiunii-ig, puilnhitionv-'
nNow To Attend The 3 BARGAIN DAYS Here Friday, Saturday, Monday. U