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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
Mrs. Carolin TTi-of ... j r.
"j iium a two
r,t Tfjilpich. -who
,. naioir, V "
f?the pa-t with-Mrs.
c H. McDowell, will
I ,.,k-ead for Duke Univer
. ..ni teach during the
f.ttie Kiikpatrick arrived
r from Nashville, Tennessee
; tie jummer at her cottage
Mi'rjorie BIuvxck anJ .broth-
U'll rergusu" wiiw uave wcu
R. L. Allen for the
LVeeks hare opened the Fer-
mt on liaywooa street ana
in their during me summer
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Wood and chil
dren of Elizabetht
sister, Mrs Frank Therrel. and Mr.
Iherrel m Nashville, Tennessee.
Mr. June Smathers will arrive to-
"7 Ii. Javiason College to
uu l" summer vacation with his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. John Smathers.
Misses Marion and
Lowell are e.Decttd
next Monua ,
spent last week-end as sju-sts of Mrs 1 ,rth Carolin College for Worn
Wood's parents, Mr. ami Mr John v 7boro 10 spend th "
Shoolbred. ! "'"i their parents, Dr. and Mrs.
C H. McDowell.
Tr tin1 AT... r r Dr. n.-l T... l i 1.1- .1
Saturday from a week's visit , t"h J Si,n,thi week. in Montreal at-
Easternpart of the state. Thev will i KesbvS ASSembl- lM
areinia'. " " a Luuem at w inthroo Co -
from a spv..lee- anJ hi on. Mr. Herbert Ra.i-
'.Vin.sriri-Salpn, I com wno s a student at Wake Forest
ey will ! Presbyterian rhiireh
go 10 Liiiiowhee shortly where Mr i .
Bunn w,ll be a member of the faculty j, H W. Baucom left Tuesday
of Yl estern Carolina Teachers Col-! fT, a bne visit to Rock Hill. He
lege during the summer session. I w.'n lern tomorrow accompanied by
1 his daue-hter Mio rni,n. u
UT T TT -rr- 1 ' -- "luaucill DUUCUITI
," ? way and Miss Virginia I r no ls a student
teu:n returned Monrinv
erai aays' visit to
M?!'uJH?.wew .imparled by : .
u.iouie way. whn ha, -r, jjona a Liuniiaiii m.to.i
tending Salem College. 'Augustine, Florida Sunday and re-
j lumea last night accompanied bv his
mother, .m-s 11 i h .. ,
a student at the University of Flor-'
ida. Mr. Donald Dunham 3,- .in 1
I main in Florida for the nrst term of'
I summer school.
is a ways SAFE
WARE OF IMITATIONS
Genuine Bayer Aspirin, the kind
doctors prescribe and millions of
users have proven safe for more
than thirty years, can easily be
identified by the name Bayer and
the word genuine.
Genuine Bayer Aspirin is safe
and sure; always the same. It has
the unqualified endorsement of
physicians and druggists every
where. It doesn't depress the
heart. No harmful after-effects
follow its use.
Bayer Aspirin is the universal
antidote for pains of all kinds.
Madison County farmers )nve form
ed a Hereford Association t promote
mp prouuct-.-in ot pure bred cattle.
TV. 1 .
rme neids ot wheat, barley and
iMib are observed in Lnion County
wiwie no lertihzer of any kind has
been used. The crops were planted I
on land wnere legumes have been used
in rotation, says the farm agent.
In is the trade-mark of Bayer manufacture of monoaceticacidester
XOTICE OF scmioxs
STATF. OR NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
The defendant, Heywavd Hendrix,
defendant above named, will ti-.ke no
tice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Haywood County, North
Carolina for the purpose of securing
.luugmeiu tor an absolute divorce for
the plaintirt against the defendant on
statutory grounds; and the said de
fendant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the Oilce
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said County in the courthouse in Way
nesville, N. C, on the 2nd day of
July, 1932, and answer or demur to
the complaint of the plaintiff in said
action, or the plaintirt' will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
This the 31st day of May, 1;132.
W. C. BYERS;
Clerk Superior four of Haywood
County, North Carolina.
June 2-9-1G-23. MGS
FOR STATE SENATOR
A CANDIDATE WITH A DEFINITE
1. He believes in the rule of the people and
will represent their interest in the North Carolina
2. He is for the repeal of the fifteen cents ad
valorem tax for the support of the six months
school, and the placing of the burden of raising
the amount needed for the schools upon sources
net now bearing the proper portion of the tax
He U in favor of the repeal of the burden
som 20 per cent tav foreclosure law, and for a law
inore liberal to the taxpayer who should become
foancially unable to meet his taxes by a certain
I He favors revalutation of property for
taxation so that the tax books will speak the
5. He favors banking laws that will protect
Hp ic s mnn nf nlillitv ablp in meet debate
th debate and to take care of the interests of
the people of Haywood County in the State
m naf e.
FRIENDS OF W. R FRANCIS
I appeal to the Democrats of Haywood County
to cast their votes for John C. B. Ehringhaus for
Governor for the following reasons:
1. Because he is a man of experience; not the
experience that comes from long tenure in public
office, but that practical understanding which
comes from the long and thoughtful study of the
basic principles involved in the science of tax
ation, of social welfare, of industrial legislation,
of governmental administration, of legislative
procedure qrid practice, and of constitutional tew.
L Isecause ot his unt altering courage and in
3. Because he is filled with the noblest sense of
humanity and fit to serve the great cause which
make for the betterment of mankind.
1 4. Because he stands for honest and progres
sive government, equality before the law, for
equal and exact justice, and a square deal for
every man, woman and child living in North Caro
lina. 5. Because he favors the present great high
way system, to be extended so as to require the
State to maintain the roads running through the
6. Because he is a friend to education and be
lieves in promoting the educational facilities of
the State, but believes in relieving land from tax
ation for the support of the schools.
7. Because he favors economy but efficiency in
8. Because he has rendered more gratuituous
service to the Democratic Party than any man liv
ing in North Carolina and is willing to stand or
fall on the record of the Democratic Party in the
State and nation.
9. Because he is opposed to the short ballot, and
anv fni?n oixniwftli'rhA rnrniiimnnt
10. Because his life is an open book and his
public and private career an anthem and an in
spiration to the youth of the State, and because
those who know him best beR ve that he will
mke our greatest Governor since Aycock.
Felix E. Alley,