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THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1931
fficial Names Designated For Mountains
In Great Smoky Mountains National Park
decision rendered Janu-
'u,o.o. hv the
,-inhiL- Board, official titles were
UtH. lo" mountains wimout
ht'tetofore, and peaks which
borne a confused number of
in the area 01 tne new ureat
liV Mountains nauunai rarK.
virgin and partly unexplored re-
r t , j ii a- i i
m,-, recent 01 me national paries,
m ". lll. 1. -.1.
itaineJ many hkh jjcurs wun m
t.s aii.l many elevations oearing....
t:al conn, mm; oiii.
lum Cave located near Mt. Le-
te was omciany given mat name
;the Hoard. Ine name ot Baldi
hntaiHS was given 10 tne range
fidriK the bouiylary between
h Carolina and lennesaeu north-
. . i . ..., c l. ; ' .i
- j --l VTl.'U 1... f
Beyond tne iNoncnucny tne title
Unaka Mountains was officially
L to the continuation of these
Hits." Adjoining tne ureat binok-
m tnf soutnweai n me oounaary
retn the two states, the name of
0i Mountains war, designated
the main divide.
u name Great Smoky Mountains
. . . , .. i . (i . i
tne miss oi jiuiiiic5 uuyoi, w
. i i, t x
if Love, ana t-iingsnian s ioniei
rHcotrinzed as official namM
Balsam Mountains werft bo des-
M in the decisions. The moun
forming the state boundary
least of the Unaka Mountains
designated the Stone Muuh-
Augarland Mountain was So de-i--.
nated because of the number of hard
STJIUSl Sles " the slP of the
"'. mc jumpotr was the
name a lied tQ te hc
White Rock Peak, Tricorner Knob at
'" ,"""n oi. tne Ureat Smoky and
o... i aiuuiuains, itounil Top, New.
Brushy Mount, were ns-nes officially
recognized as nnni;,, :..
,,;, , j-r..-u iu Julius in me
national park. A nameless Deak w.
titled Mount Sequoyah in honor of
the tanious I 'hnr.il.. :
the alphabet used bv that trih..
Chlupp 1 thought you wee a
fntnd of Gadabout; he just passed and
"u never spoke to him.
QuiggleNo more. The last time
i.c u aoroaa ne sent roe a posta
reading: "Wish you were here.
CblUDD Kilt I Jnn't
Quieele No? wn ih .....
imiuie oi a cemetery.
L-xt;i ridire. an unnamed height
kiven this title from an Indian
r u.v. x- i
meamiifr xiie 'iJiaee oai
froni thfi timber on the ridge.
t Unmesoka formerly without
ie was so-called from the Cher
word meaning "grapes" from
:apes growing on the mountain.
Get Up Nights?
Make litis 25c Test
th's easv bladiW nKvoi..
drive out impurities and excess acids
Which cause irritatinn that -,.,.. i.
. ) 1,ML Aauib III
leg pains, backache, burning and
rettin up niRhts. BU-KETS, the
bladder ohvsic. containing Kiw.h,. ;.,
njper oil, etc., works on the bla'dde'
- , . - -. .. mv. vmuue.
pleasantly and effectively as castor
oil on the bowels. Get a 25c box (5
grain sizeV from vour Hnnro-ict a.
ter four days, if not relieved of get
ting up nights go back and get vour
money. You nrn bound rn fl hnt
ter after this cleansing and you get
you reguiari sleep. Locally at
The Waynesville Pharmacy.
..?rfen?b?ro' Ga. Here in Greene
wuUly interest is centered in the
race for eornnpi- Tk... .i...
j. . - 'niu a i c v n ret
candidates for the office and they
r fc . e spaper advertising re
cord that is unique.
Editor Jim Willio,,. . r v- r
boro Herald-Journal in inserting the
7C , . 13 laKes occasion to make
w- ioiming comment-
"Felix S. Patrick of the Shiloh
community has announced his. candi
dacy for coroner of Gret-ne county
Coroner J. M. Saggus announced
for re-election last week in the short
est political card in the history of
Green county politics. But Felix
Patrick's announcement is one word
"R. R. Palmer enters the race nt
the eleventh hour in the shortest an
nouncement of all.
'"To Green county voters:
"I want the job again. I
J. M. SAGGUS
"Greene county voters:
"I want it also
FELIX S. PATRICK.
R. R. PALMER "
Safety Work On Southern
I'roducces Good Results
For Employees Of System
r A I) RATES
t word for this size type for
isertron; half price for subse-irisertions.
FOR SALE 1928 Ford Touring ear,
good condition, price right. .Phone
132-J, II. C. Wilburn. 2t pd.
a word for this size type
st insertion ; half price for
Hi "it insertions.
a word for this size type
st insertion; half price for !
luent insertions. I
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE
make money by taking advantage
of this- paper's great magazine offer.
Six national magazines and this
paper for one year, all for $1'.
INSURANCE For all kinds of in
surance, with reliable companies
see J. M. Newton, your insurance
man, at the Waynesville Insurance
Agency, Over The Mountaineer
--Decrease .of iiieiili'nt
talities and personal injuries, among
employees of the Southern I?
System so a-s to show a reduction of
more than 7f ner ,on ; ,.oo,.
alty rate, during the six-year period,
H2G-198l. is dise!nP.I in ,, 1,
just issued by the Southern Safety
In I92(i here were 20.11 casualties
ior each million hui-s worked by
Southern Railway cmplovees. As the
result of viirerous (rr,ni r,. v,
motion of safety, this ratt. was reduc-
H.nt0 l- ;!r' in U):i0 a!ui 10 'u'7 in
IJ'il. A lair comparison of results
m dilleiem years Under changing
conditions of employment is given
by use ot the iiian-lrou linsis
'atalitit- in I 'J U were less than
halt than in HVM and n..Vni i.,.
juries, loss than one-Kivth' h.nn.
l3:'t ' t,u'rt a reduction
i'i .vi..,u per cent in tlie total numbe
K.Miauies ami of 20.17 per cent
111 ie. car uaity rate.
,T V10 , i'1u'1'l'av,'d measure of safety
attained by i,H. ene,aged i what is
l eill'lll V enno , I .. 1 ,
. . !-ira'ii nazaraous ac-
cupa ion, a- shown by these fig
uies, says the Dullelin. "is j ma
oil contrast to the alarming increase
of deaths nrirf. ;.,;,.:... ?. :
f .,, , - -. . -"j untM us me result
l Of au to mo 11 e nr-ni. ,v. "rlJl
1'V highwavs." 1 " lm UD-
Noon Day Services
Will Be Held At
Theatre Next Week
Short Sernce of 30 Minutes
Will be Conducted By
Pastors of City.
"Palm Sunday," Mtrch 20th, is
.i:rrsi aay or Holy Week. In Grace
r.oiscopal church the solemn services
t this week will begin at 8 A. M on
, i unaay with a celebration cf
i-ii- uoiy i ommunion.
i .. .i . ...
v.-iior, ev. Albert New, will
pr acn at tne eleven o'clock service.
in tne wavnewood Theatre, by the!
dimness or Mr. J v. Hfoa,:
day services will be held every day
'"" i" rnuay. aacred nongs and I
solos wiil be iriven at 11 -is oj m. I
preaching service at 12 noon, closing
i ii..ti. me preachers will bo:
nonnv. Kev. It W. Baucom
Tue. -, lay. RPV. W. O. Goodf.
Wednesdsv Rev. L.P., Hayea.
Thursday Rev.,R, Walker
Saturday- Rpv. 'Albert New
r.. r . i
"ii Mima rruiav commeiulng at
noon in Grace Church, the "Thrre
Hours .service will be held with ad
dresses on the "Seven Last Words I
frnm tht. fA,, V... . . !
- -- uuiiicui, cr
minivers oi waynesville and vicinity. We need more spiritual io-r
Every one is most cord ally invited W Jin t ' po,sr;
to attend each and all f thZl Ji Ze do "ot need. mo" knowledge;
tional meetings during Holy Week.
We need nioro rhnrartar
We do not need more government;
We need more culture
,1, 1 5
e ao not need more :avv.
WHAT WK frrn
c, ,. . -. - i " u"i iiccu more .aw,
Mandine beside th vnri. f v.. w
Unknown Soldier, President Cooledgel l
said: : I
"We do not need more national devel-1 "D you We MaiT fti!l has her
men; (little Iamb?" I
We need more spiritual development. "0f course not; r.u lamb could keep I
e do not need more intellectual pow- pace with Mary these days."
v-vv WW ,
i 51.00 WITH THIS COUPON SAVES $4 50 5
land ipoen fed
Unbrt.Ubl.--A 5-Y..r Su.r.nrw iv.. Writ,
Thti. Sth irt h .irtlful Orty Color
6f Sr..n Q Bl, Q (r,., rj
SM.tr L.rfy er Sfyl
Plttjw U,r X for Color i Styl Wtnttd
Only Ont (I) t.i Dtlivtrod fe, ,ck Cout
4 Stacl no Cadi
Pay Mailman, Pku fott.gt
i . Addrtn ....t
j ' r ! ,. J ' m
j Swd U LINNIMSTON DISTRIBUTORS " kj". p. S''
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
'1931 h.w e,n,r0da US;.that h the VVe ve been libera! with
I -W.JL II M In lTI.il A TV4 0si W . af at. . a. . i . .
. - v....; v - hiivjr nmirvcivir cm
jtka At aL u ! a ' 1 a a
On Mandav. Anril 11 i:f?
(MaSonic Temp.ef in th,' t ";, Z " "" !.,tV.bmJ2e f'a "i1 cca-e of their
Waynesville, Haywood Count v Nortli nlr i or i i V ' ? TO . ' ,ower our cnarges for the per-
Ca.olina. I will s4tl , , ' . , .i F. 1 2' ,I" February we will supply FUX-VTJE frames and Krvntok-
. ... ...... i-"'v " v . i i.-uuie mioi'ai lenmw nf sir m n. a. -r ci ...
.o.ne n.gncst bidder for cash, the moans riVMPB Lf '"I 'r,i-M.V "'SL"4"- lft.r "
j .-, " ,.:. r uraiHinK, viuNr.jt adjusting.
AIM. until cnnnitinn imnrnw in Aul...ll. .. .m . . T
and frames at OSLir r renllnue l0wu . W
'ii i, , . uinHimviw iihu. inis means: KrvrHofc-in-
visible Pifocal lenses of 1A vale for $7.60 or $3.75 for one. OthVJlen !i'
and frames for nr mf.M,ji.i.. i-... i .r. r... M
.;..,: t in " ' ,. " i-"..."Kuy iuvv. nna mis means: we will con
iinue 10 nil vour rirulist nnwAni it. a it , , t. t,. , .
. . . .vwiiwiMu vu nit; uiirMiA .r.i'H .k-hak w
wriginator of the Ultex I)r. Charl W rmn.r rwili .
Krvntok nnrl Tnti,. I x, -" '. iw...i.
. , - . .,v ,xo , vy j.,1 -Mi-fet AKhnir In V r-
KD to rent a tppewriter for
I'lths. ilust be in trnnr fnni.
isnd reasonable. Phone 29Q-W.
U 100 FARMERS to investi-
n wonderful offer now being
by this paper for magizines.
aimzmes anil this nano r,
or only $2. :
IE Armstrong Sorav Pumn
ping condition. See me and I
ve ytiu money. M. F. Albrio-ht.
Nville, N. C. n,i
IJA B Y CHICKS : Each Tuesday :lt
Friday. Just the beat St: te B.u..a
tested Chicks you ever saw. White
and Barred Rocks, Rhode Island
Reds, White Wyandottes, ButF Or
pingtons, White Leghorns. Bunch
Poultry Farm and Hatchery, States
ville, N. C. May 12
following desiiibed lands and nreims-
i-, i.ving ano oeing in 1'igeon Town
ship, Haywood' County, Xo-th Camli-
oa. more narticu ar v . Lm.-riim,!
lL'I ' I T" T't , . .
'I.JM I i, .1 1 .l , IT 1 TllL.l it, t ...
v .. ........ , l,,,. t
Tltl- l,f ,1,.. l.'....U I , i
v i i Mi- t'uiinui.si tun ro:ii . mi m
( hambeis comer, and in the Moi.no
line, ami runs thence with th., Chimi.
oeis line in a .Southerly direct um to
" ""'. ' n. l.onu and Marlev
v nam tiers corner; thence in a W
u.n-eiKiii wan tile a-d Ij.i)..- im, t,
a suiKe m the .Sunburst ol, mud
t hi)M..t i . 1. 1.
: " """ eeiuer ot saul Sun
burst, old road t tht. liKt II N N ;
.;,,o ..... r.. .i . . .....
...... inn i iMcve i ii, j
.oi ass ami heiri;- a pan of the Ian
"ie- ,-md Jessie G.u.d-on
Justice in the of T. II. Ivin.-.nd-siiii,
Sale in; h. tit,..,...... , . .i.
....... i'"'"""!!! ui me poUi'r
conHired upon me hv a deed of trust
excuted by K. L. liuniett and wile, 1)
l. nurnett. dated .I.-imiri..,. omk i,i.i
and nviiri l n i',,,,!. m .......
Ktco,d ot !e,..l, . Tru,t of llavw,,,,,
Count , .
This 1 i'th diiy ..'March, l;3''
J- It. .1 ()l(i AN,
-M.'l. 17-24,;i-Apr 7 iT
In The Closets and Find That Pair of Shoes That
Need Repairs and Bring: Them to us. We Will
Make Them Good as New at a Small Cost Moncv
Saved Is Money Made,
THE CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
MONEY TODAY by taking
iage of the maeazine offer
mode by this paper. Six
t , fapci- ior one
fw, only $2.
DON'T TAKE CHANCES and miss
the great offer on magazines offer
ed by this paper. Six great maga
zines and this -paper all for one year
NOT I C E
Vour nearest Chiropractor is Drs.
Limbaugh, 301 Wachovia Bank Bldg ,
Asheville. N. C., nho invite you into
Their Phone is Ashevil.'e 5614.
: WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
PURSDA Y AND FRIDAY, MARCH 17-18
rVpN GILBERT, RENE E ADOREE AND
IVAKL DAJNE ill
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
BOB CUSTER in
QUICK TRIGGER LEE"
te?AY AND Tuesday; march 21-22
pBERT MONTGOMERY AND MADGE
- EVANS in ' '
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23
LUNT AND FONTANNE in
) NEWS REELS, COMEDIES AND
Ihu larmer, as well a other bus
iness mon of.tho count j
dered somewhat in their wirlc by the
sudden cold spell. It came as a sur!
fi 'veryn- After the beau
tifu I weither we have been having.
I he peach crops of this section are
k- led, but the apples and other
iuit ore an almost guaranteed crop.
'ftli- I?nvis i'r"" Riverside
ff,h" J Wilar appointnient at the
VJh.te Oak Baptist church Saturday.
Ho preached a very interesting ser
mon. - Hi text was: John 1:9 "That
was the truelight that lighteth every
man that cometh into the world"
iv .',Pa M Saturday night
mm -ii i. ,i.n.niii,
.Mr. Jatk PrmrM,! i,.,,i i ,
, , . ' Li ;ui ma lime
gi'uhbinguesday. There wore sixteen
there. They did lots 1' work because
Jt was :;o cold they had t work to
keep warm. The all retwrted a real
genuine iea;;t. Mrs'. Sallie Sutton
helped to prepare the dinner
t Roscoe and Ed Earley and 'Violet
Jenkins went out on a hunting expe-
uHHiji i iiu av rm r thm. .i;.i.... .mi
Herbert Hunter of White Oak made
a business trip to Waynes-ville T i
: Mr. n:id Mrs. ,J)(. Teagtie and fam
i.y Iron! Cataloochee Dam were vis
itors at the Pigeon Baptist church
Saturday. Mrs. TePgue and children
took dinner with her grandfather,
M'. Jo, Hunter.
Mr. Rufus D-.uk. tt and Mr. Floyd
Oonr.-id mnde u hnsin.-'t.'a. trip, to Cat
Mrs. Mary Hunter ''frojjv White Oak
was visiting with her daughter near
Waynesville,- Mrs. Charlie Caldwell,
the nast week-pnd.
Mr. Joe Hunter has lTn staying
with Mr. J. D. Duckett the pant week
at white van.
Thorn VlQOT1! K,OTl ort, Cm.-lai-
school on Whito Oak for two weeks
on account or tne naa weatner. :
Wade Davis from White Oak went
to Cove Creek Saturday evening,
March 5th to see his parents who are
lAiirli, . wiimviil'iho' -
Herbert Hunter of White Oak went
horseback riding Thursday.
On account of the bad Weather
Thursday there wasn t any achoo'
at White Oak, and for that reason
there was school Saturday. The chil
dren of White Oak are very glad their
teacher, Mrs. Steve rerguson. is go-
: . . , . i , j, .1.-
ing to teacn tne last montn oi tneir
school, they are all delighted to see
ed to her home here after having
.. ' J:.::..
an operation ior apjwnuicuB.
"I BUODOse you are happy bow,"
said the slightly envious friend. "You
have everything absolutely your owr
way." . ..
"Yea." renlied the successful man
"but . having everything absolutely
. . ' i
We Are Making
Very LOW PRICES
On All Spring Goods-Suchas-
Seed Oats (popular kinds)
Seed Potatoes (Maine and Native
Field Seeds (all kinds)
Bulk Garden Seeds
A A and Southern Fish Brands
(for Crops and gardens)
Swift's Vifforo (for lawns and
Dry lime and sulphur for your
All kinds of insecticides for
shrubs and gardens.
Union Grain Dairy Feeds
Ubiko Poultry Feeds (the best
Cotton Seed Meal Cotton Seed
Clover Hay !
Oliver Disk Harrows
Oliver Drag Harrows
Superior Corn Planters
Complete line of repairs for
Garden and Farm Tools.
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If you expect to purchase any of the above and will write or see us before you
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We carry a full line of Building Hardware, Field Fence, Poultry Wire, Hard
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FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
We are seUing strictly for cash and onr prices are so low they will suprise yon
WRITE, PHONE OR SEE US
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FORMERLY HYATT & COMPANY
PHONE 43 WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
"uvnuiLES EVERY DAY v
your own way is sometnmjr like turn
incr th mmm of lif. intn oalitaraj nJ
stacking tba deck."