i ' " W tvA l-u.spj;vi.v Combined
EST FIRES IN
1,150 Acres Are Burn-
to! During: Year, Ac
cording' To Report
. amounting to SlSritigj
;c .-. myed by forest fires in
i arohna during l'.KJl. the
i si.in on mord, aceordinir t o I
Thermometer Goes To
New Low Heading Dur
ing Cold Period Ilere
nd Haywcx.nl Co
touch of real win Sv
est av Tim I
it issued by the division of
v of tho Department of Con
or, am! Development.
Havwood County, tho area
w;m 41") J acres, causing dain
hnatcd at ?t,ll 5.00.
: area covered .by the tires
trie year, nccordtng to the le
as almost equal to the eom-
flarea or -Six counties of an nv-
ize in North '"arolina or :
J acres !
(.fervation ofTieiihi assert that'
ists between the amount of! dp-1
n and the size of fires in i
having organized warden I
and those without, this form !
youon prove the value of the
.anion system. :
ic ' I'tal forest area of North I
;i aggregating an estimate of
imu acres, t,W6,oou acres were
ps having protection, and 12,
I ncres us being without o I'
ll protection. The protected
rns m those counties which co
lli with the State in tire con
id in areas in which control
s (Iiikh: on wnti me co-operation
Inflow ners, In addnon 561.227
r. North Carolina ire included
National Forests under the
:i of ledcral foresters,
itcctod counties suffered ap
tolv eight .i.uos the amount
Irom tires as those with
service although their area
s nr double that of those? under
in. Total damages in non-tins-
pontics was $4,248.086 ;
i pioucted r unties. $.1R1S9.
rued area in co-operating
amounted to 310, X$ acres;
non-co-operat incr coun-
111.778 acres. The pro
of burned areas to the total
mils m co-operating counties
' percent; aud 1 127 per cent
W ayiu s ili0
hud their lirst
during the pa
tmued cold th
' .1 -'"N' t'U
I l"er reached tho lowe
; '"fc. oi uie winter
mg when it fell
I H, htevoi
1 he lowest i
"as I.", and the
Snow ifll m the county Sundav an
-K-i.-i ruesday afternoon and night
The mountains near here have boon
c.odMnoe Sunday Bj noonl w
csoay most of the snow had disap-
Jilaces trow the su,i
WAYNESVILI.E, NORTH CAROLINA
Two Chicago Bankers Prominent
In Drive Against Depression
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 19.12
riKs. fl,t rUls,,u t sHli t am lk . r&M
I ! Charles O
'I n.,. . ........ . " .'v" -"MniriHm riiianeo r.
Will Be Observed In Hay
wood Next WeekJ4th-20th
FRUIT CHOP IS
NOT HURT BY RE
CENT COLD WAVE
(old Will. Retard Apple1
Trees From I looming. 1
Many Insects Killed. 1
Ma rcli !
Knglewood, N. J., was rumored to
oay to be the site m Id U.I foi ukmg
r i , ; Llnlb'rKli- J hi and
H his kidnapers deliver him. Tho
lumor lacked confirmation, but i wa-
(iceined logical that the child might
be surrendered there, inasmuch a
that was his customary home the
estate of his grandmother. Mr
. Hie ooiil wav..
south during t'H.
moii. (;,H)d lu Ua
crop than i( did ,!
?'as. L. Uobinson,
' I'erliap.s a few
Mayor J. II. Howell, Named
! Chairman of Organization
At Mooting Monday.
MI CH ENTHUSIASM
Speakers From Hero And
Canton To .Make Talks in
AH Schools Next Week.
hich sti uvii the
vooil lounty's lnnt
101.10, according to
count v agent.
piain troos wr'v
" " a. Jrayio;, fhlwigo Bunker.
i no , o
t he apple
II... w .11 X r T ir
iUvwi'ii, j. nope was revive I
for the return ot Charles Lindbergh,
Jr. with official reports of "progress,"
identification of lumber used in th"
kidnapers' ladder, and a mysterious
motor trip by a personal represen
tative of Colonel Lindbergh
J Convicts Escape
ile Working The
ids In 1 his County
Atheville, N. ('. Governor Frank-j
lm I). Roosevelt
lavored tandulat o t'of
votere of V sit' I'll V ni'tli ( ii, .! i
c ' " " v.'H i'il lHl,
although the latest tiibnlnt inn tif hnl-
lots Cast 111 the SI ilW vote mnlntl
The Tini"s and The Citizen reveals f
he b;st ground to President Hoover !
a..d two Democratic-opponents, mco ;
the previous count.
IIIfAGO and the. Middle West
lu o a doixilo interest in tho Kn,..
toss of the gigantic noeoiistriic-
Won Finance Corporation which is now
bvlng organised in AVashinton follow.
lu speedy action by Congress.
Chailes G. Dawos, whoso ,lani'o i al
most eynonyiuous for the business
eomnumty of Chicago ii 11 mi in t'
driver's seat as the active heal of tho
;.Ca, f.,eoe,uu,0oo Fed-ral corpora-'-n
just authorized by Congress.
Another Chicago banker, a Democrat
n is boms repeatedly mentioned aa
man of presidential timber, has tho
d.stlnctioa of making a vital contribu
Lou to tho initial Hren rth and success
or the Reconstruction Corporation.
That man Is Mclv.n A. Traylor, preal
dent of Hi a First National Bank of
Uiloaeo, who was tho first to visually
and propose that ho KecoiiMnictloB
('oiIKiiawon render somo service to
thoiijunds of doposllors of small bankt
hu ll had failed during tho past two
3 ears. Uio tibt or Mr. Tiajlors pr
posal boloro a Soiiato Sub-Con.minn-
,us "'iU the Reconstruction Financ I
Corpo-ation bo authorized to mak I
1. H iJ t ,v - . ' . . . J I. . 1 '
" nanus as well as to
Iiih: its aid. Such a sum wmiM vni-
.uusun.uai amounts of money to d
posjtors -wliose; funds had boon "frot
en" by tho failure of such banks.
Mr. Tiaylor's siifu;estion made, auch
an impression that it was embodied In
tho Hill as iinally passed by Congress
lie, inoro than anv otli
eponslbla for tho tlmelv nsi.i9tn
that will now Iia tin:iM .
-w 4UI ujuuy aa
Posltors of auiall banka ihr,u, ... it..
i iiuiiingeu, out as a vv
i ' eta id the blooming ,
and save tliem from
"uc. on, no said
A low tobacco beds were
to. Ii.n(, been hurt, but not
Ilio cold weather will aU tend n
lesson the nKseots that up t the pros
V't lnno haV ol been killed bv cold
i .. .
icp.ois troni ;he weatlioi
V.',1"1 "U1 ,lu '"'
is general tlirtij;-ht the eoimtM an I
wdl oontmue edd uniil probablv Sun
I on I) ot imu mi.,,',.1 ; . . ;i ;, .
which were appointed by the count
sauna : omcer 1: l H mtou, ,,H't
Mile court house Mondav niht and
loinn-d an organi.a! iom i,, - carrvinu'
out t:io Milk-For- Health Campaign
i as su,i;.s,ted bv (lovcrnor liardner and
imo r-iaie liui r, n h . . ...:n
! in- ouson ei dm mg t ho wi el,
I I t to LU
, J- Hardin Howell, mayor
i nesville. was elected Kon ial
ot the campaign, but asked
Million cont inue to preside
meeting. 1 be purpose of r
paign, it was explained, w-i.
that M ' .
Survey Being Made
Of Local Products
Beiiiff Sold Here
iaie tlie iitr.ens of the state to the
importance el milk and the food value
It contained im ru nn.e ' : v t);,,,.
it was decided to mve .$,10 in prices
in the eoiinlv to i he K,.lmi ,.i,.i;i
Camden . J, Sixteen workmen I Bv M
were killed and at. least TO mn .ir,, ,
believed to be dead follow Hie- an iv. i
plosion in a "as nunf vini' taut ,iC '
the Public Serv ion Fleet rie :uwl j
the explosion, the scene of
a mile from the central citv
ate prisoners escaped last
nis county while working on
near Mount Pisgah. Doth
"ere trusties, having been
d to the Hazel wood rnmn
ngy camp as worthy of be-! j
, . I " ti'-,n-.v. uiJiiiitl V aU" 1
tlie prisoners. Steven Lunds. i thoi ities
. t - " " VV i t 1 1 1 1 It I tf - (
w.n. en incr a six .months 1 mpnts nnrl hmw iiiQnti'r;.!.. :
i - "jv ii"hiuiui,i in fimiiiuiji-!
10- assault Wit h n dnnrUv I t Will '1111 iMinnii.... int.. i U..;.. I. I
u . : . : j I . uiipicn tiiui wu-ir lines on
tie was sentenced from Bun j the western Shanchia front todav '
J'ltV. I hn other wna T i Vn,,-- i- .
... i , ' "in 1 1 ciimiiiii is arrived jii woosimgj
S; ,Was al serv1K a during the. day with ai, undeterm-
i ,,; j . ,1 k'4 -l,,M) "t those ,.
4 icen notified -Mi 'r' l";iiU01. .P an.l thev immc
at for thP wo ""j (irately sloshed oil through pouring
J I rain and thick mud toward K i angwan
WMEN OF HAYWOOD COUNTY ARE
ORGANIZED FOR 5-10 YEAR FARM
BETTERMENT PROGRAM OK V
Sam M. Robinson
Will Be In Race
For Stale Senate
KosllUs Will Slim, IVI..I
I ' ' f lllll
rodiicts Farmers Must
IVoduce For Local Use
H to exi
1. 11, Howell ( (..,
H oinen's WnVl
A great deal of interest bein,, ,1
shown by , the women of Havwood
( ounty in the 5-10 xv;n- wnrm I
d I a rm
. uu. ,eu -re injured, j Krei. i ney are not only ro-operatiiur
for blocks were shaken bv I with, th.r nu.n in i. -....
is Sunday, Here
.ew iork A oO-mile gale, raging
in its lourtn (lav over the Morth At
lantic, held the fate of at least 25
men reported missing and prevented
immediate rescue of 31 others from
Wood fniirif,, I the freiirbtni1 lie T!:ivlebhen A mini.
i "-.."j. '""K'"g oil- ' , , " i .... .... ..... ..
I1' meet at the Waynesville ' of vessels, were reported helpless.
' .'(Hiouiway morning, ;
I0r their mrTilnM f ....I, 1! li-L.-i. r
r Vii "' .wugiimi- .inimiMii. mie nremen strug-
LJ allien. nrrtf nr.. ...I .L..nn.nl.l.. r.. . . ,
.., ..vv.wiv v. - uiv ,n:i ii n'i y w in i (izen waier
piper, tire which broke out at' 1 0:43
o'clock todav virtually, destrovnd thn
home of Mr- and Mrs. J. V West on
-a.ion, has urged that every
e county be present end be
0Mtl.ni is scheduled tn moo
! HOCK. llllf if nr.. .1
r:, lTT VUJHtUU
inc' ln immediate-
'Vtntion always attracts
the hill above Marshall.
Black Mountain.-Sixteei inches of
snow blanketed the crest of Mount
U flnrl il : - ' . , Mitchell n-bilr. itio merenri- ai;n,-.n,l
!iV ini-ffrt n. ... . l Mnu-n m iorhr r dirviinc hnlmi- inrn
4, auuience will De "
f "Car the tiiTio-irio. e t-u i.j I the highest noak east of the Missis-
"ngs. I sinni this niorninir. acenrdme fo a
i message telephoned from the ranger's
siauon lo Diaen .viouiiiaiii.
fubs Have Two
faffS In rnnnfv R0BBERS BREAK INTO
hin county, mizell's, only get .?5
but endorsed the foil (m ini ..l.i..,.:
- 1 1 ik I'l' jn Li v es :
tl) drow .sufficient products for
mil home needs and a supply for our
Vi) -.Standardization: - and quality
in vegetable.-, lruits, butter, cream
chickens, and eggs
(i) Standarize poulti'v to two
hree(s, Unrred Rocks and White
(i) Grade all nrmiii.lc ,.,..( 41.
.. .. "... l-.-.i,-, lllll I III
landed soon requirements of our nearby towns
'") I'se good seed. Certified
t6) Produce cheaper by usidk mod
ern methods so the surplus can be
sold at a profit.
(7) trrj;e better home conveniences
and improvements of the hmm
gniunds by plantine- flowrrs. shrubs I
and trees. !
posed of Mrs. J. Harden 'I Towel I I
lv -chairman. wavnoa'vittn . ai,..
Ilariev G. Keno. countv vim clmirmnn
V anton. .virs. James Plott, county sec
Muring the month of February or
ganization meetings were held at the
various-schools of the county in con
nection with the men's farm program
Talks were iriven bv Mrs. .T. At a v, inn
Howell, Mrs. W. D. Smith, Mrs. h
W". Raucom, Miss Louise Kdwards'
and Miss Hernice McElhannon.
The following ladies wore elected
at these nicotines: .
Eeaverdam: Mrs. Harley G. Reno,
(hainnan; JTrs. Pat Holland, Vice'
Chairman : Mrs. Bert Robeson
Prominent -.Attorney of Can
ton Makes Formal An
j In nday s issue of The .Mountaineer
.ham M. Robinson loiniHlly announces
'that he will be -a . .candidate for the
j state senate in the coming primary
Sl(l : Mr. Robinson is a ncomineni inu,.-..r
.. f .. . . . . . 1. 1
' " "ion ami nan been in constant
touch with politics fo, thp last 15
eors He was born i this county
ami' has lived here continuously, ex
cept for the time he spent in school
n lH.'U (iovornor Gaidner appointed
him on the iucl
- v. 1 iv. v; aim
advisory committee to the state legislature.
He has sc
ived as police judge
served- as nresiderit
A survev of retni'l
Products thai an ,
County is being -made
vocational students, 1
and others, to aid the r
"i. . .
'" I'm p. s.. j tl .let.nnine what
agiieuiuiral products are bought from
VVW ' ' ""on. -a ami other stales. Roim
CH lllese Droi nets run I. , :.. . i
, , . - hi' w'v 11 co cms
Y'.ciiic..v, ii an idea of the volume of
cm s pro.un, is Miown, ,t nu., ,ieb-
nice i.iaiKe! lor Haywood fanners to
worn i or,
..v.. ..t..nei 01 pniiiuce is heiiiir
lis Ln.l I .. 0 I I . ... . . . . h
"" c'ul a cpiesi loiiaire, p-jy-
uir inionnalion desired Thi
Will lie lie c as confiilenl ii.l iC,
. , uu ii in,;
f i,i,l .... C. i 1. ...... I , , .
' '" cue iniiiviiiuai dealer js
concerned, (inly the aniounts will be
till). 11. 1,,. I .. ...J 1 -ii ... .
,.u.i,.-u ami nlll me nrnis doinL
'in :.. i. . .. ... . .....
ni'sc in riiarge ot viu o 10 yea
lu Mi pMiraiii a -Kerf the hearty
lo-DIM'iauon r. i in,.' business men
in tins sin vev
20 Hoys Out For High
School Haseball Team
in the cam-
.1 ;!00 wo"ds
is also a member of the
and international bar
a ss oe lu
ll ii I, !... .. I ...1 .. ii ...
...1.. "hhi:iii;iii out ol tlie way,
n iioiini my i, sued the lust call
K'r naMbalt Monday afUinoon.
yinou! 41) hoys resnondeil in rim ,...11
Auct weatliertiy reports that th
piospeets lor a winninir team thin
year ar,. favniable. He lias many oul-
.iLanuoiK jnayers out: lor ti,e team
this year and has several new rt
(Miits mi the pitching staff
Due to cold weather the boys hav
....t i i.i... .. . .....
im'u nan oic ojjpori unit v to Degin ai
. .jvwu iu, ju i ijiUYl ' " ' ; :
SHRUHS AT II. SCHOOI J AMERICAN LEfilON TO
MEET MONDAY NIfJHT
mat took an
Host Poster, Itio.Oll
Best Klrynie, .fj.bti
One irroui) of nmn n iii i..
to high school students arid (lie
incr schools w ill he e i.,,.,, I I,..
i no winners of these m ii-os
s.t 1... ....1 ...... I : .. , i . .
'' " iiui-ieii ii tie sr:iTit: vci. ..
lest tun- tlie two silver loving cups
donated by Governor (.'ardnei- an.' !
Paii-ott, slate health ollicer
I he cash prizes lor t ins count v
VM-le donate d bv t lie Wavnesvill,. !.,
tai.v hib, t anion ( ivitan fhib Haze '
wood booster's Club and h: Hintv,,,
each L'j vini' .i no i I. ,.k.i.
. ..... . , ,,,, , iyi.1- 1 iOIIS OI
t anion and Wavnesvill.. i,.., .. i
............ , , i, i.,n.. IM-Cl
asked iir I lie ..I I,.,. .Sni.
I i' 1 ' 1 .
I In- school ac tivity committee, un-
W hose . Ullervismi, M. , .. .. .
Will be held ne IW 1 i I. .
. ,'1U,1', 11 C- r'"'"'"', J 1 hat-
lord and Mr I niivi
W. I). Smith and Dr. Wells. (- ,,
were named as chairman of the ...,,. t '
mn- c onmntlc.es. Mr. Smith is .,
cut,, speakers for Wuviiiwvill.. i
loiiathan. I- oies i.. ...
and I. ).,n- . , , ', ""'.. ; l"u ''
, KII.1 win 1)1
imiii. (i i fii- L-...... :.. i ,
nue n,, ,. -,,, ,,-0)k ;u,()
Special Hosiers In,,-.. i....
win oe distrilmted during the
o i.. i nose in chare-e f disi
"'K '"esc posters ! i
hitnon, Mrs !' U' ',.' . .
I , , . " . I'M-, .I J ,S. I
m'i'V"..'.1 ' liol'in
i i s . ll I 1 1 n i ,n i 1 r v .. ,.
N ola nd
ft was. pointed our In, ii,....
'""'f" i'"' campaign (hat
v ...l-iiusis would lie made ..i
.1. 1.1 i '. . .
iiii.iien in i r m t iiinri. ... ii. c... . ,
, , ....... ,inm, ,-vevera
(loc'ors- 111 (.sunt . I.: i 1. . . .
' ' "": cue. siatement
"no ( nar ot ni Mr i.-., i
'ii ...t.. . : . "iu;i
" "' t'oiatoes. :j ,,.,,,.,) ,
pmach. or is , . 1 .
II. ilslw.i.,,.. ' ... . .. , , .
-. ' . K'VJonai c-nan in
H l.ui.i pr.giam stated
mectine' that fill.- .....
was wo.k.r.ir ,
.......lt 7' - " fWU!
i in-i n i I'M in. 4 I. ... .. .
("onlmei in U-,.s,..,. v... .i. .'.
ii , . iin nr
in- iil.so sI.'lTeil " ;.. IV.
.., , v. ,
'OH; on Ik. from fiw.
eo mi ni'
farm pi ojri
Sometime after -S:30 Tuesday night
someone broke out a back window in
Mizell Sales and Service, local Ford
dealers, and robbed the cash regis
ter of $5. The register was broken
into and slightly damaged. A check
up showed that the prowlers took
nothing except the cash.
Blood hounds from Asheviile ar
(,,. ii.no nV.is..k Wo-
HIUU licit; OUUUI. Ai.vw uvivli.
nesdav morning and were on the trail
, .1 i.i
snoriiy aner arriving on ine scene.
Katherine Abel Is Much
Better After Operation
''J,b"eeting8 were held
W' ofVnLthe 0ther a
N , older members
- r,1?h school.
;ne nut the cold weath-
I an l rr"l '0StPned and
j ' 1 refreshments were had
J ireJalatV"H CIub leader
jReM Wednesday, 23
f -C if r Kntfiprinn Ahpl. three xe.ni
- ,iioi v i o tvi : , , . -
racslle 3 'sn mec daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abel,
t?eay, M,i?ooP vl?11 be was reported to be very much im
"J ;e courtho,ii: i i 7:30 Proved Wednesday noon, after suf-
rak rar.ri3 n" ."'"ynes-ifenng from a ruptured appendix. She
nn8 to thp Z?a?-lp chair" 1 wa carried to an Asheviile Hospital
trn.i Lne meeting said. I lnf iir
:1)is meeting f citizens ' Her physician stated Wednesday
' morning that she was out of danger.
T he local (,irl Scouts will observe
the birthday of their organization
J-nday afternoon at l p, m. by plant-
...... .. L-. ... . L. .. .1.. . . -
uiK miiuus ai ine nicn schon
A short program will be given under
T here r
the cost in milk
". m eainpaiKii wen
M l.SS I.lil'!! U'l ii.l.l
--... . . . j,, m-
s.op : . u,. .i:.... f . , . .
' i "'(-i-ciua in uie . eaucation com
. ' . , imittee of the Community Club, of
iin-ii .-, .i.i.i-i-n, .u rs. n u. Alien, wriicn mi
I hairman; Mrs. John Clark. Vice I man.
her ai under the
W. D. Smith.
Thos. M. SeawelTis chair-
(Continued on page 8
The Girl Keniit.
direction of .Mrs
Mis m,U1(, ,;, j,;,,,,.
j The local post of the American
i Legion will hold their reinibn- nw.iuhl,.
imeeting next Monday night at the
llaamiiii rrm,..l.. ... .-... , , . I
. . " ,l'"l"i: l I -HI O CIOCk. "
Several important matters are ! Clear Oliarf- I
scheduled tvi be biou.rhl ,,n i WUdri. I
Commander J C J'atiuk has a .ked
that all members bo present
oi the; expens,. j
xpensiv,. food in th.
more .'....'.1 aiue fo,
than any , tho food '
W C U..
1 Y, . (.,s
To Mountaineer's Col
lection Of Minerals
For your health 's sake
Drink More Milk
WEEK OF MARCH 14th TO 20th
BACKED BY STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
AND GOV. 0. MAX GARDNER
Revl L. B. Havos Tn
Twice At The First Moih.
dist Church Next Sunday
Dr. 1 f . B fla . ysltllK older
Methodist chuich, wdl preach both
morninp' anH iunn .... .. T mi ... .
Methodist church he,'4 iSVo VcS
of the pastnr. Rev v r vci found.
Another mineral' was added to n e
Mountaineers eolkction h.st u,.
lhu time a p,ce of cb ai ,u,rt w...
broueht m hv ti.,.k,..
i , , ,. -' ""ii-i c ai lion i ' i1. . t
i r rankim, route 2
i The nuait? iv k,,i -i
--. . ,.j otoui cue size (I a
hird cm and resembk-s a n,,,,. ,
ordinary glass, except o' ihe glassy
T .. ,
r. arnenfoi- si-jtr.,1 n ... . .1.
.""itj ii,i'. i;uvii:js
eral was plentiful
..v.tt,u ucinn maic nv 1111'
.iiuuriiaineer has create I luch com
ment. Every day many of the citi
zens stop in and look over the num
ber of treasurers produced bv -mother
Dr. LaRue Accepts A
Position In Georgia
ritSr 'wr?n .LaRu,' Path of this
city. left Inst uroni- ,
... . . 1 "vxv iu aLxepu a no
sition with iho'W. o. . . r ,,u
- "anii oprings roun
dation for the Treatment of InfantiL
n-r " yra. Honner Vkv nf r v t.,.o
lji . LjH. n.110 nnrno -n t . 1 v. . . a
fall and had his office' TSI;lsv,ne Sunday iffht
xorlnerlv occunied liw n. i t V ii 1 1 spending a weeK m Aew lork
lormeny occupleU)y Dr. R. L- Allen. buying merchandise for hi firm.
Bonner Ray Returns
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