Has More Paid-In-Adeance Subscribers In Haywood County Than All Weekly Seuspaptrs Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, JUNE 30; 1932
SPECIAL COURT HOUSE EDITION OF
m m a m a m m mum l.-n4 a - Him mm p maai.ii
RECK IS FATAL
m DRIVER, TWO !
,e In Hospital Here Badly
Injured, Hospital Autho- j
rities State. ,
AgHEVILLE PEOPLE 1
ceding Car Near Saunooki
kids On Wet Pavement.,
Farmer, 23, chaufleur of ;
;tortrW lfillfrt nhnnt. i
..,..1; . uoiiay
HAYWOOD COUNTY'S NEW $240,000 COURT HOUSE
near tne state r isn j
-it-rV .it Daisu;il, uic V
Ve wa? driving skidded on the
taVfiiu-'H and turned over sev
. aawding to eyewitnesses, I
V' ;ht driver under th? car.
Yr.e .coroner's inquesi it was i
j -r.a: .-ath was causea by a!
skull.' althaugn there was)
lU:wanl -ippeaiance of much of j
.h4v was. eau-a'ii'.cii by1
t;.- I'n.lertaking establishment
Tht Wt!!f UndsriTtk'ng Com-
'.a:'.:.!;, took charge of the
and had charge of the
r:, .H-rviit-s which were held in
,- Wi'vi' o,-dav afternoon.
,' ,:n Mr t arai r at t.ie
leek wi'.s Mr-s. W. W.
aiiklin, and Miss Bonnie
.tville. Mis. Do.wns sul
.tui'ts ci i'ne -o.ne In her
a fracture of the left
.iv.- tit- .u'
:u the Haywood County
hospital 1 ate
i. Downs' con
a'.i in i .i ;."
tcted thpt she
ED TO ACCEPT
! Grounds Yet Unfinished,
i Court To He Held At Ma
MANY FACTS GIVEN
AHOUT NEW HUILWNG
Special Edition Of Moun
taineer Tells In Detail
Features Of Hunlding.
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new iMin M tisi
without anv thange
Him of the Hoard
lutit'l's Moiiuav trie
c was accepted
arising t rum several ol the contrac
tors. Ineolhcial acccntatum will take
place about Mondav, it was said.
I lie matter ut grading was brought
I'cl'ore the board, but mi definite ac
tion will ne taken on this until tlie last
week 1; was said. 1 he board receiv
ed bills, but il:ij, not award a contract
penning action oi the board later.
lli' completion oi the new court
house has been a long looked for
event in Mavwood county, and tho ef
tcct ii nas hail mi the people here is
most unusual. I he asmosphero of the
niktimmmtmimimvmmmmmm u mnwiinniii rrtim-ni iirrni iiiimiA- n" riiiKmrtumiiin-rt Miiriwl'iiiMMii
EXPECT 4500 TO
VOTE IN SECOND
und Senator's and Gover
ithfiv ' at the-
5f.aay .-eld that Mr
s i: ' t xtitmt:.'
was i.ii'-y broker,
ha- ovt '. ;-ome the
f.'.'.a. ht- also s
a iMnce to 'Te.'ovei.
,js .JVn-y received lacerations on
arms -and Iv'is ii'i i ' oni'sv.? en 'he
and: head, her injuries were! . . ' .
to be painful, but not as serious 31am Interest, Centers Aro-
Krs. Dowis , She was taker: on to,
leville Tucsuav night, aftf-v-being
h first aid treatment at the ,
rital hti t . A .-o-;.ii. six . inches
im tee ti p -af head required seven On next Saturday, the voters of
rhes. - Nlrth Carolina will 'tro to the noils for
he three occupant were en route the second time within thirty davs,
sysva to Hsneviue wnen me to cast their vote for United States
int occurred. The car was taid Senator, Governor. Commissioners of
.:cr.g to Jchn Harkley, cf Ashe- Labor, for State offices and tax col
lector for the county.
The main bout in this fight seems
ronrrn Vfaatinirc ' ' centered on the Senatorial
idnv iTlCClinO race between Cameron Morrison, pres-
Are Held Kecentiy Robert r. 1 young ntic-
.- -- " ian of Western North Carolina. Iur-
ganizations Are Complet- have engaged in the most strenuous
M In Manv Communities campaiffn. with both forces confident
ru in M&ny tomraunmes o victory The raain ()Uestion that
li LOUnty has entered into the fight seems to
oe proniDition, with Keynoids tamng
fix meetings in different communi- tne we. sioe. neynoias iea in tne
of Haywood county were held last Pr:ma,V Dy ,10,UV" "
" A.in.Wn kAliMtA 4-Un4- mill mMlQ CO
to expiam the workings of the 3 "c".c,r. ",a"Z
se. These meetings were ad-It!118 iea,d thls time. Although the Mor
ti by Mr. Hugh Lyerly of Row- "on forces generally concede that
Nnty, who is master of one of the'ln!f fecnon oeing neymoio s nome n
"ges in that county. Y1 1 "f,iy p- a .ge
ieei uiaL' iuurron wm neu many
with Wp m(,mwV,in nvfr re m. nayTfood tnis ume man iasc
I'hoto lv Homer M
county has been tilled with
mere optimum and pep than
f.r. , ,,.. .. - u , ;J? ; ,v ,1....US.
i i ".n.'hi'g x acelaimed bv all who
. 't a- a most beautiful one, espe-
.a 1 1 - the court room. It has been
la.id as eiie ot the most beautiful
; U';:e nuialings in the state and one
is a national farm organiza-
large membership over " c
pet arA ocrvciolltr Tlo JUne 4th.
Watch For 17-Year Locust And Report
All Observations To The Entomologist
Department Of Agriculture, Raleigh
Entomologists of the State Depart
ment of Agriculture at Raleigh are
unusually anxious to know when and
where the seventeen-year cicadas are
seen and heart! in the next few weeks
in the State, savs Dr. R. W. Leiby,
t hief of the Division of Kntomohgy.
This brood of cicadas, falsely known
i s the 17-year locust, was known to
he present in the single county of
Henderson the last time it was due
to make its appearance which was in
1 1 1 5. In 189K however, it was rentrd'
ed in twelve counties in the mountains,
nine counties in the piedmont and four
counties in the coastal plain section of
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IlIlV" I PIm f II i ODTI States are anxiously, waiting for rec-
juij xciiu jx vvui , orJv thti cI(laJak, api)(UIramt th,s
i I vear. ays Dr. Leiby, because they re-
The jurors as selected by the Doard North Carolina as a key state
of Commissioners to serve fdr the jn jistinguishinr; the 17-year and the
term of court beginning the 11th ot i:j.Vear broiKls of these unusual six-
luly, with Hon. Walter L. Moore footed creatures
The t-icadas are not expected to do
my damage except perhaps to young
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It is suggested that persons want
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possible, as the demand has been
heavy during the . past few daj s
Jury Selected For
presiding judge are as follows:
Keaverdam: 1'. B. YfJrk, P. G.
Smathers, Fred Hall Oscar Brown.
Cecil: James Warren. Clyde: F. E.
Haynes, R. D. Seay, Crabtree: Grady
Rogers, W. L. Dradshaw. East Fork:
Arthur Cogburn. Fines Creek: F ur-
aorile orchards. Ihev are due to ap
pear anv day. They are recognized
first by the unusual "singing" noise
ir. a wtxnled area which may be mis
taken for the breeding chorus of an
assemblage of toads.
We do not want to wait another
period of 17 years to determine wheth
er this brood, known to entomologists
as brood number six, has died out for
rt me reason, says Dr. Leiby, hence
any one obsdrving the cicadas this
vear would be doing science a favor
if he would write when and where the
cicadas are seen. Information should
Second Week b- sent to the State Department of
Beaverdam: Frank A. Hall, Sew ell Agriculture at Raleigh
middle west and especially in the . iE fT uin-"
it is built around the comnra The second best fight seems to have . ' " , . w. M,
orpanization as a unit, and has centered about that of governor. J. J ))te- JaLha," . .K:' ? I J't'
tion.1. horticultural, social, bus- C. B. Ehrinirhous. high man in the ffr Aiorrow. x ,u,,
Nand legi.lative programs. first primary, has to run again against
K. T. Fountain, second man in a tnree-i ' "" :. ' ;,.; ,
cornered race in June. Mk". Ehring-!?- K. Miller, Vance Muse. White Oak
barer. Bethel anrl Jonathan hous received a margin of SO.IH'O .-amc's Mcl'-,ro-v-
p committees working selecting a votes before and feels that this lead
Rr ir.tmbershin Othpr onmmuni-will be increased to 100,000 next i
are working out plans for fur-Saturday. Mr. fountain, now ever ,jjDDS Caroll J. .McLracken, W. b, : .Since the above was written cicaiias
f 5'udy of the organization and has got into the fight and political Calvin. Cataloochee: James Li C'ald-;have appeared m some of the moun-
t-e discussions. leaders have stated mat fountain i wejj cdvde: T . N. Crawford, A. i . i tain counties
Pr. Lver'v will rotnr. .uunl "will crive Ellrinehaus a run of thejuaenisc rrahirpp- ( T. N'oland .'..East
i'oston. r ines : i II Ltinpric
Irish Potato Crop
In County Promises
To Bring Good Yield
t i I1L
.. tin : re
the south. More ex-
of the building will he
manv articles found
this edition, which is
work the third week in .lulv. to day perhaps win out after all. It m Forte:'. L. Pless. G. W.
' forward the of generally accepted that Ehnnghaus ,... j j Fulbric-ht. i-on Duff
Granges jn all communities de- will be winner. . :.Tehi: M. McClure. Ivy Hill: J. R. Plott.
N '-he organization. In the county the office of tax col-. E. Smith. Jonathan: L. B. Leath
1 lector, which nine candidates ran the j , r.,.r,ttli ;f,roon Reeves. J.H. Hannah
F crpanizaticn that most of the first time, has dwindled to a fight: , viiVnt: vine: g . W. Liner, J. L. Wak
P North Carolina have an between J. C. Welch, present holder -Geore. H. Palmer, E.. M. Morris
"unity to join. It is the oldest ot tftat omce ana creojtea wivn 1 White; Oak : Robert McElroy.
i-wied States and has built up votes, ana wicius wer , ;- ,- . -
Tt also man m tne race. .niwt tuuiuoiiKiu,
1 he Irish potato crops m Haywood
which were planted with certified
seeds are outstanding among the po
tato fields of the county. Mr. II. R.
Noswonger, Extension Horticulturist,
was in the county last week for two
days making inspection ol crops ap
plying for certification. Three of
these, N. t . Janus and Ooo. h. Sta
nley w'lth Green Mountain, and Verlin
Campbell with Spaulding Rose faced
the tint held inspection. A number
of other crops were approved with Uic
lib a ol certifying next year. These
are small crops of Green Mountains
grown isolated from diseased seed,
from certified seed, and showing a
very low per cent of infection with
diseases. It is hoped that by another
vear a considerable volume of high
class seed will be available to potato
rowers in Haywood.
The c:o)is Iroin ..'i niti.ied sen!
..ought this season arc showing up
jiiK(. little if any difference being
nown in thriftiness, and promise of
yield for this vear s crop. 1 he low
est per cent of disease is lounn In
the special order v f Green Mountain
potatoes originating m Canada. No
isolated held of this has shown over
i.ne per cent of infection. Sixty-six
bags of this seed were placed . !.,
alout . thirtv-five growers las spring
by Jas. L, Roolnson, couuvy . agent .
i nd W. D. Smith, vocaiional uac'ie:.
Those growers who i hi e; JuV i "
(dig out all. (lisea.-eo planter '.bii re
iculs can niainiiiili Wie ( m e !.. ef it
tf.eir 'seed. If this i - iiot clone . i!- in
1 .-ction increases and a lew yars
nd .id" 1- arh
U l riiinaiKJ'i.
mipi (ivi-nie i.t
ii n sf noij'ge
v to the court house.
uildmg was completed about
t.l' davs ahead of schedule, accordu:''
to the c'ntract. The nuld winter and
the ethciencv (it the contractors was
responsible, of course, for this feat.
Much disappointment was heard
when it Svas found that it will be al
most impossible to hold the July term
of court in the new building, as it
will not give sufficient time to grade
and build walks before July 11. It
has been hinted that a temporary
lniard walk be placed and roped off so
that those attending court will not
walk in the red clav .and then on into
the building, but this fact has not
been .definitely .decided.
The moving date for the county
offices, now located at the Masoni':
Temple here has not been definitely
decided. It is thought that arrange
ments will be made to move all the
officers at the same time.
The building and ground improve
ments will cost about $240,000. it was
stated. According to those in close
contact with the building business
today the county has saved at
least JtiO.OOO on the entire build
ing. T he building is modern in every
detail, and absolutely fireproof. It
has leen said that it would le almost
impossible for a fire to be started at
anv point in the building.
This week The Mountaineer is
printing many extra pages telling
in detail about the building and the
many outstanding features about the
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Go To Camp Saturday j
I Memlxlrs of Company II, of the
120th Infantry, composed of Haywood
county, '-i men and three officers,
i Captain George F. Plott, f irst Lieu
tenant Edwin V. Martin, and Second
Lieutenant Thos, G. Boyd, will leave
a local Grange and 1 lWKabSSt DnPll FridaV'Mominir a I'.d, encampment at (.mo Gknr.
rogram of activities, t:.Zr: er r' r " " ' Morehead City.
hv. Kl ron nnH UUWIUUIUU. VI l-i.c 'v.v - - - .
.is a "i un (i jt " la
!)-. stand of iKjtali .is 's ocf)(
yi.-oper housing of the crop.
. .ill . 1 I i i ii
r.:em r to .1 -eh s.n
.'. . : w.ll y,- ,h,i ;".
i.e:t step in puial
. .iay .i'oo.l pi'o'
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Poultry Sales To
t- , nit lain, laiil.tj
r- iorm a local
p en a full program
""jdry to have both men ana
has been created here for that office. TfVopk PTl'c Sillp Til
ic.T,ir Millpr chairman of the board U'lttl XtIVCll 3 tJdlC-lU
f.tr.cf- 1 i j
l - . . r - -b- f ilia h a l mvt a Tl ff thP hOflTn
l. l xiirv .unlet
primary to be east this time, inej
vot-s in June turned out to the ex-1
shr.v. r ,;KJ "'"""t on nf coon it seems that the otti-;
Nee Z wyear i'nn iTogra dal5 are lookinr for about 4500 toj
I t for Haywood county, and fua o i g primary.!
F'a iremrers to form a Grange.
immunity meetings were
e ' .. . the PUOIIC aDOUt. me w ten u v-.Uv-.
Smith, vocational Lajme the finals were not heard
from in the county until early Sunday
morning. . ' . , j
Vary little comment is being made ,
regarding the race for commissioner
of labor, between A. L. Fletcher and
: Clarence Mitchell.
c: ':ore MCracKen. owner
.-:?i"aay that he had turret! over nisi
;.,re stock to the Sullivan Sales
Ccrporatii h, of Charlotte, for a com
z.vX sell-out of the. present stock of
"ht i: re . at prices the people never
ef ; : e h ard (f.
.--c f,r:n is ne ci nay.wr.o'i com.
PASTOR? OF HAYWOOD
d Countv Pi7tors' Asso-
' T.eet fcr its rrionthlv res-
...rf meeting. This change
,i.r . . o - J "
I ... ' '.-iy pastor consauer
i ..crnnt as a nerrcnal
--ne gathering. Be ure to, week.
ARE PLACED IS
The seats in the court room of the
tw court house were put in place ja-t
.. n. on the mam rluor
J.v- incetinc ffr iliin?! of the court room are .m?u '"i:".
tn ..n -j j j j ne tViP hpnch tvpe. i
- -i. win itc ccn-iaeieu. wuuq buu ic vi -- -
'' children will hp in
"ED O. DRYMAN, Sect. people.
?d. wood aid are oi tne ...... - ,c
on main floor will seat about t00 people
' '"'I'M 111 IT 111 Vil JllOi.. .w " , ,..4fU
th.. - - ' -J "!1 teat 'lbC.'Jt
Tha ninTi k an annual event for
::,rc McCracken. owner ( T Horne Gurd division of the war
.-:tr. Clothing Coniran:.-, a.ed tment an( creates much interest
- tk' h haH fnfrcr over his I ' tta
mong; me many iujiii;tm:.- w.vi v..
nh This vear it is expected taht
"r.eut 20 companies wmch is com-
-"ed -'f avK.ut 1200 men will be at
The local unit has made a reputa-
ir,n for itself at the camp in
. . " . , , ... I.Anc-hSm PnrlllP
.v !et ciothing stores and during macninc gun mm v
vi -r-p.-.- T.o vears has made many , past three years the local boys niue
: ':.UAe --.fr-id an' cu-t..r.ie-. A .won the silver loving cup offered tor
a;h-ertisem-nt in today's the best in that department of the
'---a-ter tells of the many bar-: Camp life. The Haywood outfit won
'V::.'-va. w;-i be" 0ffered to the public the cup in '29 and -.-SO, getting to
Cpen Friday morning, keep that cup, an9 last year they won
- ''"(Vti'c reductions on mer- the new cup again, and are straining
have, -many free items, including to win again m order to keer ho
;-;;:et w-ill he given awav. An- second cup. The company winning
-:'ea-uW of the sale will be the the up fo- two consecutive years is
a man's suit for 25 cents. .presented with it as a gift.
--.' i Another outstanding record of the
Wi'h the- co-operation of Roland Haywcod Compaq a hat djunp the
Baldwin of Tabor! approximatelj 300 p.t five jears tWc has rever been
high grtade cows have been placed by a man cn the sick lis. from this
the county farm agent in Columbas cenparv Th s i- a '-at .'mo,t un-
S county during the past two years. jheara i, it wa .u..
UTSCAE Sl'XPA V A T METHO
DIST ( HUU H
The Kpworth League -of the Metn
oo'St church will next Sunday evening,
at the church next Sunoay evening;
July !, it fe. o'clock.
Mr. Eversham. violinist, wul be.
rresMited and he will be assisted en
iie program bv Mr. Charles Burnham.
iai ;ofi(. Botn aitists arc lrosn the
i-.neyii.e Conservatory of Music,
i ; v.'
T ( c ( a" 1 r, -,in s
ii jgh U !(
. . : h ; s . ; ; : ,ir ' . ; ' ! "' '
-,- ' t". .!;( s oi no.iitry is better
H;-! ' th'r ' ' ' " r.oulti-v clii rit d t'v--f
--:,! i :. -r ' . L..' u:ob(? o'
i ;.( . -.g : ar' or all of the
'-.-. . .! Hi.vwo'd and adioi'iinjr
rrfiK.e a .crger niatii'.i iit
i 'i l r i "' j e at
cordially invited. A sil-
11 be taken. :
Dedication Service Is
Not Announced Yet
i I Tl.l.r.ns'-iv.iig.
! ;,.': .' ':iVrs Mutual
j;V nr'J'x.. p.; :'e'vi.i;"v ''f county cr
c; -....: .ii- r,-.- ( - . .which Nine ilav-
' ..:.;t ia; xEcnante. Mr. C has.
I lc ti .-ic'tla'v r a-urer
' .Ac cxcnaive. and has re-
:-., u.l ' 'see T.avmenr cn the
j noriitrv nut into me sa c.
; I'ait '.f ine lime tne rou:.rv run
I Ma"'-v 4 ( i-crt has been
i s.. ;" t . r : i ' ca h
I r.avmeiit -na-ie: w.'ien -poultry is re-
1 A fr. ,.V... - t.m.,c tVti .Veibirprs
The dedication service date of
the new court house has not been
officially announced by the com- i
missioners. The program for the
service is m charge of Felix Alley,
prominent lawyer of W aynesville,
and who is a delegate to the Dem- !
ocratic Convention in Chicago. It :
' understood that the dedication '
will not be held until after the
grounds and improvements
them have been completed. The i
rr'sr.nal plans called for the deri
vation on July 11, but it is doubt- ;
f'jj if the grounds will be com
- to bv that time. I
i ilu'-.irr -.vc.iange has run its own
r.r.:j.;; v.- f riTck ut of Durham and
i rji-j? , pi r..-fr',t-in .'".c with the
1 a i . i (' O-e " h' r.K ngc
n a ii a t( l d rc ( f i. 'j two
cents per pound, wmle nner loadings
were not so .-uccc-sf ul.
Hand ing bv uuck has been nec-.-
ny .' ru-e "i tne hich minimum
-. --.- t s, lead n rouitrv car. The.
inflev r i i-v f railroad rates and
lrui-i-num tsnare" has re-;i''c '! iv. the;
i.r." Tfi' tA '-,. r-M Tv ;i V e--erri
- . r., . ) '-j V
. ... .., .. .7,... krt'.h large and .
.jr.. ,e.. ,ina as near
. : . a