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jjHURSDAY, MAY 2
THE WAYKESVILLE MOQNTAINEEK
ati 2..1 i.
j New Auditorium at Jr. Order Home
O'1 increase in
Relief In April
Haywood County Ranks 2Sth In
State In Decrease Over
Vbove is pictured the beautiful new Sam F. Vance auditorium. of the
National Jr Order Home, at Lexington, wnicn win oe iormanv prt-
ntcd to the National Council by North Carolina Juniors on May 30th.
JUNIORS TO PRESENT VANCE
AUlillUlUUlH Al LALfNUIUrV
xercies at National Junior Order Home on May 30th; Plans
Are For All-North Carolina Day, Graham to Speak
1 lAi'iir'on. Mav 24. Juniors ot
jtfth Carolina will on luesaay, jiay
"10h formallv present the handsome
Vw Sim F. Vance auditorium, high
Ar..! building and gymnasium, re
cert'v ( impleteil at the Junior Order
jj-.,ti. "-i' Orphans Home here, to the
Na- -na' Council of the Order in v hat
iiXeeted to be one of thebigge-t
: in Juniorism in the State ;n
an- for- the presentation and ac
Ytwc of the structure will make
. M'-North Carolina day. The
..II J'.... 1. - lilli,.r ..f
ling rt'.is paiu iui us .
:'n Carolina through small asse-s-
vrr a nei iuu ui ui
i a l - ,
ft n.-i.. designed ny
,..,;...! built bv a
A . uinir Carolina lab-),- and
itr :ar a
. i ,i . . .1 ..... t t-('J
i ij C Si-k, ot Warsaw, s..ue -j-r--i!or,
will jiresiile at the exercise.
. i.ii,iin.r will be nres.'i UM ta. the
... -i t... t t H-inilin.
i n .1 Lounen oy
llievanl, state councdi-r. It wil
tfcented on behalf of the National
im.l b I tha.l . I: H.ew .
ident of Meredith College ual
. v.,t;.,Mi I ''iiiin'ilor oi
illi. wno 'S . .....
Urder- Cruet aiunes.-, ui -'-e .
he made by A. H. Grah.nn, : f
Jillsbon). : lieu.'n.m s-'-' -
th Carolina, wno win e i"
x (,umu P H(od SMt u.m
sr,.,et of banks, who is a.o Mate
of the Order, i ne e.M t--
levcn oclitck in -ire
- .-ifternoim will be '.'Pn
itiun and inspection of the build
and grounds of the Hoiw: At
I'cl.ock, the Junior Home baseaall
ill e ngage in a ball game.
nek in the evening a pro
interest to. Juniors will be
the new auditorium, pre
tty Charles W- fsnyuer,
Salem, pu.-t state counciioi.
Wilmeth- of Philadelphia,
Council secretary, will do
ve i- an address and trviv '
I , ! interesting feiitures.
The new building is named in honor
-;-,, V- Vane.'- of Kcrnersville,
ho for forty years has devoted hmi
!f untiringly to the work of Juniors
North Carolina, serving in his
m st ite secretary. Ot semi-
ign, the buildiivt i; a mio.;.
Harmonizing in construe-
architceture with omei
at the plant, is the k?t
moilemism for institutions
type. The large auditorium
it 'over 1-000 and contains a
dunked bv dressing room:-.
stage . will be
belli many, ol
. , ii
7,,-mal activities, of trie .
Hmr siich exercises ,is are
!iiilatiin for May "Oth.
im will also be available
luMie nue.ing of -North
i s ,a. h as State
,-t nu etings. and is
i-ii intensively, in
;h i ast wing
i : wimr are a
: :-.". ts UiiMtr.it iv..
.V) :i; in- on the grounc
in: economic: and
file- latest e
of the building 'are
class rooms ot up-
knd design, in.
s tutlv hall: and ;l
I i kt .ht
; floor are
miiitnu nt of such ,(le-
merit's.: To the rear ot- tne.-e
did uvmnasium, -55 by 100 fett.
hi a lequite f cilitu- foi
iial dtvelopment of the Horn?
nu. The building is f
t n'iuition, has 2'.,000 feet of
snaee- and cost etruippc-d, . S10U,
Kaeh Junior in North t arolma
2 IH over a neriod of thre2
- in the erection of the fine me-
. M.Shuford is superintendent of
ii-nu- and has ably directed its
i , since constructii.-i ot the plant
:. in re some years ago. There
. -w 2.t0 children in the Home. 12
f SS50.000.00, a
t.iu! campus of 25. acres,
Plans are that
of the home
ds of 2l0 acres,
!e. 1 000 children. :
: u-arJs of Juniors, their families
: nends from every part of North
. i. ; are expected to be present
ne presentation. Centrally lo
i tne Home is easi'v m reach -f
Junior of the state, paved
vays converging into Lexington
very, direction. Spring has
-'"' its mantle on the Home cam
and the place has never been
' autiful. It is the hope of the
e on presentation that eveiy
'ii in the State will be repre
d by one or more member at
Beer Revenue In
State Not Large
Raleigh, N. C. Furthe
itr.n: ovenients are indicate,! in the
percentage of N'i rtii Carolina .n,i:
vi.lua'.s who are dependent upon re
lief, according to statistics given out
bv the (iove:nor' Ortico of Relief.
lu:ing the month of March. SlO.liM
m.iividuals were aided as compare!
with t'lito.odo in April, a decrease from
25 percent of the entire populati t.
to a little more than 21 per cent.
These figures are computed on the
basis of 5 persons to the family, plus
the number of non-fami'.y poisons
aided. During April lMS.OMl families
were aide.) and T.StiS non-family per
sons dating March, a decrease of
about lti per cent.
The number of destitute persvms
aided in Haywood county during April
together with the percentage of the
population, as compared with March,
follows: March 2S.8; Apiil 15.1). This
County ranked 2,Sth in the State
$18,000 Has Keen 'Collected By
State On Beer Revenue,
RALEIGH. The revenue collect
cd so f:.r by the -tate department ofj
revenue from beer amounts to only
?4S.S;!S and has been derived almost
exclusively from the sale of distrib
utors' licenses to wholesalers and
retailors- and to salesmen, according
to figures just made public by C.
Stedman Thomas, deputy coiiinus
doner of revnue. Of this total of
$4S.S:18 collected so far, ?42-S7S has
been derived entirely from the sale
of dealers license and only So.'.iCi
from the state tax on beer itself.
Thompson explained. This amount
was collected entirely from unli
censed distributors bringing beer
into the state from other states, and
hence was collected as the beer was
br. light in. Mr. Thompson pointed out.
Since the tax collected on the sale
of leer at the rat? of $." a barrel 1 and
1 cent a bottle, is hot due and col
lectable until 10 days after the close of
the month for which the tax is due
there . will no way of knowing how
much this tax amounts to until after
June 10. Thompson said.
''Under the state beer rtTjuTation
law. the retailors-must buy from li-cen-ei
distributors ami the distribu
tors must be bonded to a -sure the pay
ment of the tax to-'the state, which
they collect from the retailers in the
purchase price of the beer," Thomp
son said. "The law also provides
that-this .'tax shall be paid by the 10th
of each month for the preceding
month. So the distributors have until
June 10 before they wil! have to pay
the stat? tax. on the beer so! , with
the exception of. the amount w col
lect, here and there, from unlicensed
Since there '..s absolutely r. way
) cst'mate the amount' of .beer or
the amount of tax collected dn beer
- il 1 so far in North Caneina. Thomp.
so.i would not attempt to inak- my
istimate as to the amunt of revenue
that will be derived 'from the sale of
ate.'. He believes that most ' of the
:iov:ise,s for ;lv distribu' i t,i and sale
of beer hay? already been sold. :
;ie exercise here. While -food ami
. l'r.'shm-.mts will be sold at the' Home
uii-ng th-.day. those attending are
urged to bring their own luncbe- and
t i spend' the entire day. The pe p!e
of Lexington join the officials ami
children at the Home in eXteiiiling an
.vilation to every North Car-.'diif.iin
1.) raiticipate in tile over's of : : he
WTK silent man
never makes any1
promises Ke ca'
A 7-Room furnished bunga
low and three and one-ninth
acres of level cleared land. Lo
cated on Highway No. 10. at
Ha.elvvood where railroad
crosses highway. Outbuildings
and house thoroughly painted.
Nice lawn, lots of "shrubbery
and young fruit trees. Double
rock garage, and a 1.50 foot
drilled well at porch with
This is a real buy. If inter
ested see or write
S. S. L. Smith
Vvaynesville Route One
GLAD I OLA
We have any color you desire 50 varie
ties to select from
GOOD BLOOMING SIZE BULBS
Doz. Bulbs 60 Bulbs 350 Bulbs
25c $1.00 $5.00
Expert Planting Service Reasonable
Kirchhoff's Gladiola Farms
SEE OR WRITE W. L. BOYD
LAKE JUNALUSKA, N. C.
Wil: Smathers and Ellen Louise,
coii red. both of Cant-on. Wiley Cald
vei!. ef Crabtree and Mattie Souther
!.:r..i. of L-ciester. John C .ement, of
Maggie and Virginia McKr.tire. of
Truck Turned Oyer
Near Clyde Tuesday
'S -':v.i time Tuesday .. truck loaded
'..th acid wood cn r.m:e to Canton
maiie the t u r n ,,a : Morgan's
this side of Clyde, and
There were three ocVU-
' 'he tint k, but none of them
!iiure,i, it was reported.
None of :h names of the occupants
".' the truck, or the owner could be
'aimed h-re yesterday. The truck
was damaged considerably
MAKE THIS 25c TEST
I've never owned a Pierce Arrow,
Nor a tine ten tube radio.
I've never had a diamond ring
Nor the dress suit I wante 1 so.
Wines or champagne in profusi on
Were never intended for me.
Abundance such as these, sometimes
A man's drer.ms often be.
lUit these are things I have haul:
H'.ue Aprils, all gold with sun.
Tasty tiout caught from mountain
Deep sleep when my work was done.
A friend's cheerful word when 1
ISesr of all 1 did not miss
A little b've of the right kind
And luscious lips to kiss.
What else can a man do. I ask,
Wi h abundance other than this?
Physic the bladder as you would the
bow.es. Drive out impurities and ex
cessive acids that cause irritation
burning and frequen desire. Get a
25c test box of BU-KETS, the bladder
physic, from any drug stoie. After
four days if your are not relieved of
getting up nights go back and get
I your money. HL'-lvETS, containing
! i,n ..Km !., -'.,.- .,o -..to
.-..v,,u lll('l.-t 1U, VII.,, i.lLCl
pleasant and effectively on the blad-doj-
similar to castor oil on the bowels.
If you art' bothered with backache, or
leg pains caused from bladder disor
ders you aiv bound to feel better after
this cleansing and you get your regu
"The Waynesville Pharmacy, says
lU'KETS is a best seller." adr.
Miss Edith Long left yeMavda..- for
re hntor.d- Virginia where she will
l it her aunt, Mrs. S L. ' omlinson.
Before returning to her home at I.:ik
Jum.luska Mi-s Long will also visit,
in V ashington, D. C.
"What did that traffic officer say
"1 don't know," answered Mr.
uiggins. "1 was so busy saying
e , sir.' that I couldn't hear him."
FOR SALE One Huiek f. Touring
car. A 1 condition. Now tires.
Iiargain. See C. N Allen, Hazel-wood-
or call -IS. June2c
Ambition the Curse of Mankind?
Read the Conclusions Drawn by a
Distinguished Scientist in an Article
in The American Weekly, tfce Maga
zine Distributed with Next Sunday's
Baltimore American. Buy Your Copy
from Your Favorite Newsboy or News,
Use This Laxative
made from plants
Thedford'a Br. ack-Dravoht la
made from plants that grow In the
ground, like the garden vegetables
you eat at every meal. N ATI' KK
has put into these plums an active
nie.lleliio (lint stimulates the tumvls
to net Ju-jt as Nature put' the tna-ti-rl.ils
that sustain your body Into
the vi'etahte fooils you eat.
In Hlack-nrauntit you have n tmtu
rnl laxative, free from aynthi'tle
Inora. Its use does not make you
havi- to ilepeml on cathartic ehemli'iil
tiroes to K''t thi- liowels to net daily.
.Vote now cum ort fthck-l)rtiutht irt
the form of i SYHUI'. for Ciiii.liituN.
Renew Your Health
Any physician will tell you that
"Perfect Purification of the System
is Nature's Foundation of Perfect
Health." Why not rid yourself of
chronic ailments that are under
milling your vitality? Purify your
entire system by taking a thorough
course of Calotabs, once, or twice
n week for several weeks and see
how Nature rewards you with
Calotabs purify the blood by acti
vating the liver, kidneys, stomach
and bowels. In .10 cts. aud 35 cts.
packages. All dealers. (Adv.)
Will Open Monday
All Those Desiring To Take Courses Are Reiiested
Get In Touch With Me At Once
'GEOMETRY LATIN ALGEBRA
WAKE UP YOUR
And You'll Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rarin' to Go
If you ftx'l sour and flunk and the world
l.ioka punk, don't swallow a lot of salts,
tmni'ral water, oil, laxattvt randy or chewing
Kum and expert them to make you suddenly
swtt and buoyant and full of sunshine.
For they ran't do it. They only move the
Imwt'la andn nuro movement doesn't Ret at
the cause. The reaaon for your down-and-out
ft'eling ia your livwr. It should pour out two
pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily.
If this bile U not Mowing freely, your food
dotiii' t digest. It juMt decays in the bowels;
(us hi o& La up your stomach. You have a
thtrk, bad tate and your breath is foul,
kin often breaks Out in bUmishea, V'our head
uclien and you feci down and out. Your whlf
Hystcro is poisoned.
It taken those gootl, old CARTER'S
l.ITTLK l.IVKK 1MLUS to get thtaa t7.-)
pounds of bite (lowing freely and make you
lei:! "up and up." They contain wonderfu'
hurmlifts, gt'iittr vegetable extracts, amuzir.
when it cornea to making the bilo Ilow freely
Hut don't BHk forliverpill. Ask for barter's
Little J.ivef l'llla, look for the name Carter
Little Liver Tills on the red label. Henent a
substitute 2 Sc. at all atorea. 11.1K M. Co.
List Your Properfy
and Give in Your Poll
Will Be Imposed
AH property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are required to
return to the List Taker for Taxation for the year 1933 all the Heal Estate
Personal Property, etc., which each one shall own on the first day of April
or shall be required to tfive in then.
AH male persons between the affes of 21 and 50 years are to list their poll
during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are liable for
a poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or and upon conviction fined or imprisoned.
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