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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
licks Brevard Boys
Doth Clubs Put Up Good Exhibi
tion of Boxing and
The Brevard" Athletic Club went
down in defeat in four of its six box
bouts with the Haywood County
Vthletic Club which were held at high
school gym here Saturday night be
fore one hundred and fifty enthusias-
UCliawey Patten. Waynesville's 160
Dound football end, was matched with
Ellis Brevard's 166 pound best bet.
Both' fighters put up a game scrap,
but Patton realized after the tirst
round that he had no easy task and
in less than two minutes of the sec
ond round put Ellis on the mat by a
knock out. . ...
Douglas Moore. 125, Waynesville,
won over Foster, 116 Brevard
Robert Lowe. 133, won a decided
victory over Dumas, 135, Brevard.
Lowe proved to the judges and fans
hit he is developing into a skilled
hoxt-r with plenty of kick in his
David Hyatt, 130, Waynesville, won
i poor decision over Calina, 136, Bre
vard Hyatt showed plenty of pep
iml landed many times to Colina s
head and body without much effect.
lVlin-i had plenty of stun and landed
several punishing blows, one that put
Hvatt to the mat for the count of
nine. r, ,
Ritchie. 133. Brevanl, Rave daddis.
Waynesville, a good ucMiig.
:ind was mas.
Ritchie is a good boxer
er from start to finish.
The boxing exhibition between Gar.
'it ,,,,,1 Face Sawyer, 10.r, both
,,f Waviu'sville, resulted m a
ilecisnm lor Sawyer.
R (' Cook. 14o, Waynesville, g
. draw with Brown. UK Brevard.
Greenwood. 185, Waynesville, and
Constance. ISO, of Dellwood, toughl
i. i draw m an exhibition bout.
Fred T-Vrguson. wrestler. 100, Way-iiesvdle-
won a decision over Grogan ot
Canton in a fall m les- than two
11ev and I'otha. 210. both of Way.
iiesvilie, in an exhibition wrestled ten
minutes to a draw.
High Spots In
Address of Gov.
During Governor J. C. B. Ehrmg
haus' address to the General Assembly
on Monday, 13th he brought out the
Rnefley, my proposals are these:
1. Preserve the credit of the State
by balancing the budget, even at the
cost ot a sales tax: and make sure
Common Colds Are
Costing U. S. Nearly Roosevelt $5.00 Gold!
J. C. B. Ehringhaus Billion Dollars Year Piece And A Cham
The common cold, although rarely
fatal, costs America well over three
quarters of a billion dollars a year,
according to Samuel L. Antonow, of
New York, an investigator who based
his estibote on surveys by scientists
There is an average annual hiss
provision to keep it in balance or pre-'of 2 1-5 days work by every worker
m tne unueu siai.es, saui .miuuow.
"If we multiply this figure by the
number at present employed in gain
ful occupations it gives a total of 8b.
000,000,000 days lost a year which at
an average daily Wage of $3.50 brings
the loss tx industry alone to about
SM0O,0OO,O00. Add "to this the addi-
vent an imbalance bv making all ap
propriations subject to budget cuts.
2. Preserve the school opportunity
in economy by the provision of a lump
sum, with a board to administer it,
as hereinbefore pointed out.
3. Preserve the homes of our citizens
from the foreclosures which present
ad valorem taxes threaten, and reduce i tional estimated loss of $450,000,000
the tax load which now weighs heavily
upon them, bv abolishing special levies
for support of extended term.
4. Preserve the highways and our
g:oat investment therein from the
waste and hisses which inadequate
maintenance provision would certainly
5. Preserve our institutions and de
pal tments from the destruction which
too heavy curtailment threatens, to
as the result oi ineniciency ana cost
ot medical fare and medicines and the
monetary annual loss reaches more
Heie are otner claims about the
common cold pointed out bv Antonow:
Cilice workers are nine times as
cold ridden as taxi drivers.
Thin people are more susceptible
to colds than tat people.
Those who wear little underwen
Jobless Girl Sends
A five-dollar gold piece and a gold
chain, treasured possessions of an un
employed girl, arrived at the White
House Saturday with an accompany
ing letter from the unidentified writ
er tv President Roosevelt offering the
contribution to the nation.
The letter was postmarked Brooklyn,
N Y. There was no immediate way
of learning the identity of the girl
and her offerings were turned over to
the Treasury- Ifcr letter read:
"My Dear Mr. President:
"In these days of complicated hard
ship I have been wondering as any
one else who is conscious of the situa
tion must be, how I could share to
help the country to get out of its diffi
"The five-dollar gold piece which 1
was keeping for the last two years for
the sake of its sentimental value rep
resented part of the gold that is need
ed to keep the currency sound and re-
22 Men Is Navy
The Asheville Navy Recruiting Sta
tion, has received word that the quota
for this recruiting District has been
raised to 22 for the month of April.
This will allow a lot of boys who have
been waiting for some time, to be en
listed. There are plenty of openings
in the Navy for men who can qualify.
Boys who are interested m the Navy
are urged to call at the Recruiting
Station or write. The office hours are
from 8 to 4 each day execept Sunday
the end that they may continue to arid take little exercise' have the few-
. 1. - - , u.. , .
serve our citizenshm and ui enure tn
youth of our land lor better service
to the State.
On this rock we. shall build our State
and the forces ot ignorance, inequality,
depiession, and despair shall not pre
v.ul against it.-
(i GIRLS KILLED
IX H'lris were uurneu 10 ueaui
lire following an explosion at
ianada Match Faefoi
bee. Several others we
l. were mjuiei
bitty pel- cent ot all disabling di
seases and To per cent of pneumonia
stmts with a cold m their early stages.
The young medico coughed rather
gravely. "I am sorry to tell yvui," he
said slowly, "that there is no doubt
you are suffering from scarlet lever
and, as you know, it is extremely
dangerous and extremely contagious."
1 he patient looked toward his wife:
'Dearie," he said faintly, "it my credi
tors call, you can tell them that at
last 1 am in a position to nice them
The lionevmooiiers were driving
tVll.Oinh tl,.. ....milr.' ,.1,,,,, ,1,..,. 1 ..
store if not prosperity at least nor- V , , .... .. ...... .....
malcy. And here it is' Mr. President. " '"i" ' l"?
I am : offering it to you together with '', ; 1 , to, ',a,S!" !
, little gold chain, the only jewel I j unVras the motor car and brayed
,,,ssess. It isn't much, but it all 1 have. ! H-.fci ousl.v.
1 haven't even a job." . The bridegroom in a tca-in;: way
She signed the letter "An halo-1 1111 lu'd to his wife and teniarUod:
ueiauvo oi yours ;
es, she said swoc.lv. "by mai -
MONEY invested in Quality Fertil
izers is money well spent. See our
lines and get our prices. Hyatt and
Co., Phone 43.
IF YOU GET UP NIGHTS
Physic the Bladder With Juniper Oil
Drive out the impurities and excess
acids that cause irritation, burning
and frequent desire. Juniper oil is
pleasing to take in the form of BU
RETS, the bladder physic, also con
taining buchu leaves, etc. Works on
the bladder similar to castor oil on
the bowels. Get a 25c box from any
drag store. After four days if not
relieved of "getting up nights" go
back and get your money. If you are
bothered with backache or leg pains
caused from bladder disorders you are
bound to teel better after this cleans
ing and you get your regular sleep.
"The Waynesville Pharmacy, sas
Bl'KETS is a best seller." adv.
Dave Harris Heard ;
At Rotary Club Fri.;w
lio Kan a t
I a lirilhth Lord
be a ( horns dirl
Hod ( om.
M. O. Stain
WAKE UP YOUR
And You'll Jump Out of Bed In
the Morning RariiT to Go
If you foci sour and iunk nd the world
looks punk, don't nwallow a lot of alta.
mineral water, oil, taxulive randy or chewing
Kum and cjpeot thorn to make you giiddinly
swoct and buoyant and full of sunshine.
Kor thov can t do it. 1 hoy only novo the
lmuola and u ineiv movement dotn t Ret at
I lie caUSi'- Tho reason for yotir down-and-out
feeling w your liver, ft should pour out two
pounds of liquid bile into your uoweis aaiiy.
II this bile is not Honing frooly, your food
doi'sn't digest. It just, decays m tho bowels,
(ois bloats up vour stomach. ou have .1
thick- bud taste and your breath is foul,
.kin often breaks out in blcmishiw. our head
e-li. s find v.m fool down and out. our whole
s" t. m is poisoned.
Il takes those food, old CART rilt'H
1.ITTI.K 1 .fVI-.lt 1'II.I.S to net these two
I of bile llowKu: ln-1-v and make you
o.l '-up and Op." 1 h'-v eoMtain wenderfo
I ...unless. Kot'.tlo veK'laho' i:lracts, amuzil
I., n it eotne-t to malum: .tin- bile How fre.lv
Hut don't ask loi-lucr p'li :. Ask for ( arter n
-. .ii,. l int fill. Look r llie name ( arter s
I .1 It.- I aver Tills oil the red label, kesellt a
Mihsfitute. 25e-at all stores. (j)l'.iUl . M. o.
s ticoi ge ami
imic.h e i '-'it 1 1
1 m ilK'.pusI
h ( arilna.
On I'rulay evening, -Mai eh IT. Jit
Bethel (irange had an oiien nieetingj
at Bethel, which 1 think will help to
iromote the work wondert ully. Ab
Ihey hail come to our open lvieetii g at
Hit idifl" Cove m: February, we felt
i hat we should help them out as they
lielped us. Out of our forty members
there were twentw-two wno made the
trip to Uethel and a lew others who
were not inemner-'. As our grange in
Katcliti Cove was started before
'heirs, we have a better idea ot what
it is. Although, alter their hard
struggle to hud members and get
tartetl. (hey now are lighting and
using what they have. Our Master. K.
C. Francis, W . 1. Smith and Hugh Rat
riitl' the three who installed :he olh
rers ot the Ratclli! ( ove tirange, were
1 1 u 1
t . II it -"liicaning-
'.UO'.i oi ofT:-
J hi: iH-nig a
H 1 I
i i a the
fhc.'o two Or;
11 x i ( an
mi etToi-L- beiiif
i i i
nges are -the only
tv so far- but there
wide to git hers
arted. I'.oth Granges are working
ud and al -o working together to try
improve their county, community
and their people,
Do you belong to a (.range I li not,
why not'.' the Grange needs yon and
you need the Grange.
lTUHLR I'M W( 19
For Ten Davj A&
IN FAGTOKV ,, .. , - ... , .. ; I he
i Alier uiey iuki wthen nai "hui.-.n - , , ):'friluit(l With el SnmUo's Hat-
na there was Horn the cash d. awer o. was i ne -peaM-r at i Ameri,'..,,. It.n il Iron, M,r i
tlu,lan ice erean, v.mipaiiy, two robbers luncheon u the botai.N club her ,.. -i ; 1H.shv.
. ....) .... i f i.m i 'iv
''11 Hi (J IK1- ' ' t
',1' while thev paused to eat two M . . 1 1 arris st ressed uic ', nip . ; ain-. ---
o missm... .i.i.. - . ., ci,; . ,., ,f !:,. ..ieje club ot I . m .' jih 1 ..f th '' V.m lu.-t,... ihehdne -tool la.K on
' - ,.,.. value ot lunldiin" oi .n;nc;nnn' , on ' vrr ..n..;il. i rv rasl. m.u lior. i
. siructive lor the urn ation t . im in help .-u m e ln-lter.
210.000 ASK 1'Oli WINK l..w. I ., i. . ..T... .... . . v .. '
. ne s:ie:iker I- ! e iiem oi t ne ; ; . I. t Pen oiid be ho! i e i n : ed.
Organization representing 240.0U0 " . Men ( lub oi t m. oii. h . n 11:1-
ilian-Amerieans of (aliiorniii. sent, Mncc 1 1 . M -iss. in i ha- -pent .J0..,- a imn);!iei'ship ol abut. ... . , . ,., ,
ssages to President Roosevelt and 1 tKiP.PhO on it- slate highway system. ' ' i r V ' t' r
.alitoiniit'ongitssmin d; in ind ,,u t onU , . ;n tin pR()0 , , - -J
egali.ation ot light wines togetli-1 state is lol,l., niili s. exwusixi oi , ,, . . .. .,, ... ' ' !
, ' ...,; .,,,1 . ill.,..., d ,u union n an s, at v .tl and t o 1 o.. I none i.
vvitn Deer. cu, i
elusion s ihh AlI 'flCJ r d i-,
i . enn exhibit flowtr, , ,h 1 U.dcs l'f 4
fcfcVl , , i t I ii ill the enter . f tin mi II(,,, , t t iiv&& WleVfk ? ttkUt'U .fa) a U
1 J 1 ! V . V lli-lllg It
I ,1,. -i ,', ,11, luce "IT
' ' d
i iv. Jf
1 ne iM.-iL-tnan exliilnts. a flowt
ti a t.ii'lc in the center of the Maix.
show that tin container is
up. he td.ices a s-crccii between it
After a 'hori permdof magic-'tncaiu
the m i'i ( n. I hp astounded audience "er-.
;!fl. covered to the shoulders in lovely Ih,
i rem the "einptv container. Where did slit
u i was hulin
is a trap duo
l rr Hole large en
behind tne urapc o
in the Ivottoiu ot the
ij;h to allow her to era
"illrd "InaKKiatis- icathcr 11
- nt a ina-eieian s otnht. I h:
;r lunie and a bathun: can
csed- into Miiail tpacev mj.
:d the flowers exnar.d-. hen
7'S I'&W TO IVMLA'D
ITS MORE FUjST TO JlMv'C
In hi- ten davs as !'
lnv I). lloosevelt has
die 1 C ongress into sessron March
iMaich Asked Congress lOf em
erfreney bank legislation. His message
was- read at noon, the bill was oas -e !
by both branches and signed into, law
ten hours later. .
March 10 Asked Congress for pow
er to cut half a bilh-on off f ederal
M i' h 11 Tho Ilou-e pa t 1 n
economy , bill unchanged.
?Tai h 1' ih, Sen it( b e i
consider the measure. The President
asked ( ongie.ss for immediate legali
zation of toeer. .
Man h 11 The Hou pa--t,i tne
requested beer bill. The Senate pushed
the : economy measure- towaras pas
sage. : Looned for next is a farm relief
proposal to get aid to. the farniei- m
time tor this, year's crops. Held m
abeyance also is his plan lor a 500,
BOO'OOO bond issue for employment.. .
A (nek frequently worked in cigarette
iic! c r 1 1 s i i i f s f 1 i e ; Hit s u u n 1 1 1 a I 1 1 1 1 1 el n e s s
in n cii(arcite eomes tnnr n)-y(wrn.u
priitc'-ses of inun.ilaeliii e.
EXPLANATION Ai r vif ircl -rclfcs
today are niatie m jnodern suni
tar I icloi : s v. ith " -tl i'c i.i icl in
cr. -.lit luti' o'((. id m.iiic nt'i.e
ii.tt.ris' civ li .ii f-llici s, I .li1 si l ,
inferior toliiccos reeun-.e mot e itfen-
! lie re;ii idiltcTt i
li-aeeov. tli.if :i i c u
t.ihne' (). tne inii'Jcr
i I , -
BUILDING M VTT RIAL and -upphe
can be bought from us at a saving
aw all times- . Inves;igate
und Co., at the Depot.
fi-v, ,u '.in, iical rCn'fCH-M'iiic nunv :
$f - " . ,h ':.n,els .,a,c ........ n.,
' JrS&?H" W ' M .".. .lu, cool iI,x...J'..r...,-
' devour tas.c tctu.o . Pn-
cw.v.i" nil. i -a j';i,5V , t s n' f 'A ' A A
Hsiy bWM fesL Lioo -) - . 'Zh rs? v ; srn v
ILJi" i j, a ma r c ii i i. s s iiji. i n