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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
New Type Train
Expected To Go
110 Miles An Hour
Joins Bearded Team
JUin Arbor, Mich. Designed to ope
rate at a maximum speed of 110 miles
ptr hour and a. cruising speed of DO. ;
the Union Pacific's newest addition
to its passenger carrying roiling stvei ;
now undergoing model tests in the
hurricane blasts of the wind tunnel i
' f the University of Michigan Co'. lege 1
;f Engineering. ;
Since wind resistance will be the
i.'t-atest obsti.le for the new gas
.Itctric train to oveieome on its mile!
and a half a minute schedule, exact i
information is beine secured for the ;
txst possible streamlining of the three-,
car, stainless steel and aluminum unit.
(The tests are being miule by Ralph
H. Upson, lurmer lecturer m the tn
gir.eering College ana consultant for
the Stout Airplane Company and the
Pullman Company,, which will con
struct the train.
The Union Pacific flyer will have
a COO horsepower gasoline engine in
the first car, which will turn a dyna
mo furnishing electricity to wheel
motors- The balance of this car will
be given to :!",OuO pounds of mail and
ibaggaee. The remaining two cars
will accommodate 120 passengers. The
cats will have windows sealed against
wind and dust and will be ventilated
"with washed 'air,, cooled or heated.
The train will measure -00 feet and
weigh S') tons, replacing 600 foot, 1,
OOU ton lt',00 horsepower, (iO mile per
The vast importance of light
weight and streamlining at high speeds
.shows up in comparative figures pre
pared by the investigators. "Skin
friction" and the head-on resistance
of sharp coiners and projecting parts
has been reduced almost to zero, by
tm-losing the whole train in a single
f lick polished metal easing, joined at
the car connections, which cuts
15 I1KV. P. B F1TZWATER. f D . Mem
!rr of Ka.-ulty. Moody Htl'le
Institute of Chicago.)
? 1333. Western Stwt'l'ei fnl-u
Lesson for August 20
.Miss J.uKie Miuhell, luneteen-yetir-old
star pitcher of a Chattanooga base
ball team, who has signed a contract
to play with the House of David club,
famous bearded baseball team, on Its
annual tour of the country, takes time
out between innings to beautify herself
with he vanity case, which she keeps
handy at all times.
air with almost no impact and closes
up the stream behind without suction
whorls or eddies.
At 00 miles an hour the new train
will need only 500 of its available
GOO horse power to make a simiki'
speed, the conventional unit would
need 3-100 horsepower, while even a
three-car conventional unit- would re
quire 1700. The new rail speedster
also can compete w ith bus.-es, it v
estimated, since to carry an equal mail
baggage and passenger load, six buss
es would be needed to make tu miles
an hour, or lo00 to make the 00 which
would be impracticable on the high
ways Imagine a river steamboat of
usual design which could travel 00
miles an hour, engineer Upson esti-
the 1 mates that, 200 feet long anil weigh
uld need 'J 11.000
Chanue Of Schedule
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lo::;o '.. ( ai ten .. 11:1-5 7:15
lo;::o .. T or "'.. .. .11 : I'1 7:10
o:10 .. l.akciivonf . .. 11 :'(. 7 ::!"i
'."Talhilah Falls .. ' 11:20 7:20
11:10 .! Cltia kcsville 11:10 7:10
11 -'20 .. ' lleinorest .. 11 :! 7:00
U::::i :. Cornelia . .. . 10: KC (:51
ll.-.-.O .. ' Alto ' 10:ot fiJ'10
12:0fi .. '.Lula 10:15 6:21
12:.'!!).. (lailiesville .. 9:5(i (i:00
1 2 -12 .. "Flowerv Branch .. O-MO .'::1S
l:,.s .. llul'.o'd' 0:20 5:21
1 ::(il .. : l.awrenceville .. 0:00 1:00
1:11 ..' - ' licraf.ir .. 7:15 :i:11
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. jS.,ure 1. notes I'. M. Time (12;.')0) OiluVs A. M. Time
Flag Sto). :
K'l.-to in Standard
QUEEN CITY LINES, INC.
I v public
We Are Cooperating In Every Way
With The NRA; Our Clerks Only Work
The Alloted 48 Hours. Our Store Will
Observe the Following Hours:
Week Days 7 AM to 7:30 PIV1
Saturday 7 AM to 10:30 PM
I.i:SSON TKXT 1
ur.to the peoj
iloiie all ilus H
-'isule from fr
XT Ami S.miuol
i'. IVar mf ye h:iv
liko.liioss yet turn no!
lowinn tt'.e I.orit but
1 your li.virt
I Samuel 1'2
im:i.m a in
lNTlCli.MlMIATK AMI SKNIOK TOl'
IC Training for Si rvu e.
yoc.vg riri.t: anp aih i.t tot
IC KexpomlinK to Got! s i"a!l.
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL' ES
STATE VOW TAXES FOK THK
TOWN OV I LVPE. . ".
On Minilay. September -t. H'33 at
the court house door in the town ot
Waynesville. North I'ari.lina. the un-dersii-'iied
will offer for sale at I'llMie
auction to the highest biil.ler for rash,
the lain! of the follow in; property
owners for taxes due live Town ot
Olyde for the Jrars 1!'31 and
SOTICE OF SCUUOSS
l y J l
Poll Molcr (V.. 1 lot
livers. J. I'.. - lots .
llsrd. M. C. 1 lot . .
Caldwell. A. It.. Mrs . 1
fair. X. T.. Mrs.. 1 lot.
imuel l.istenlnd to
Samuel's Birth (1:1 -JO).
lie was jrivon to Hannah In
to her prayer. Ills name
"asked of God."
II. Samuel Lent to the Lcrd (1:JI
In coiineetion with Hannah's prayer
for a man child, she vowed to srive him
to Cod. He was to he a Naarite nil
the ilays of his life. In fulfillment of
her vow, she took liim at an early Hue
to the sanctuary and j;:ive him over to
the clinrce of KM. the priest, to tiiinis
III. Samuel Called of God CM Id).
Dw elling within I lie sacred courts
nnd mitilsteriii); hefore the Lord with
Kll. Is the liuioceul Samuel who Is to
hecome the saviour of his people. In
Samuel wo have a striking pattern of
child religion. The Ford gave tiini In
answer to his mother's prayer, find
from his birth he was dedicated to
the Lord. In the Scriptures we have
set forth two types of experience; the
oiie experiencing the saving grace of
God after having lived In sin ; the oth
er of one brought up In the nurture
and admonition of the Lord from Ills
Two traits of Samuel's character
stand out In his call his cheerful ohe
dioiico to the Lord's call, and his stir
IV. Samuel Established in the Pro
phetic Office C!:11-J1).
I"p to this time Samuel obeyed I'.li.
The lime has now eonie when he must
directly hear and obey the Lord.. The
first message entrusted to him was n
most terrible one. It doubtless was a
bitter experience to Kll to see Samuel
recognized, and himself passed by. but
lie was submissive. This fearful -vlsl-talion
u.on Kli's bouse was due to the
sins of his sons. Kll was accountable
because he had not restrained them.
lie was a good man. but .lux in the
dlseipline of his children.'. Samuel
grew and tin' Lord was wilh liim and
did. not. lef any of Ids words fall to the
ground. So fully did the Lord blo.ss
his ministry that all Israel knew Ihat
he was oslalilisliod as the Lord's
V. Samuel, the Judge (7:1 17).
1. People' called -to forsake ihoir
blots (vv. IT,). P.i-eause of their sins
Cod permitted the riallotl to be biller
lv oppressed by the I'lilljsiini'S. Sam
uel promised lliom deliverance mi nm
dilioli of repentance (v. ;i).
J Samuel prayed for the people
(Vv. 7-1 I). . In respi.nse to his prayer
o.d miraculously delivered them from
the' Philistines..-' This .victory' was
memorialized by the setting up n.f the
Hone called l'.b"iiezer (v. P.').. .
Samuel judging Israel (vv. !"
17). Ilethel. Gilgal, Mizpeh. .and
Iiamali Were his circuit, to each of
which ho tuado Yinnual visits. These
centers wore'-for the ficcnmmodal Ion
Of the people.
1 Samuel's' final -'address (U:t 'i't
AVlu-n. Saul, the new , king. - -as
crowned. Samuel . graciously -retire'!,
turning over to him the nation's af:
a. Samuel's challenge to the peo
ple (vv. l-o). lie reminded .them; -of
1 he. Way tlie king had been given aed
showed their direct responsibility for
the change in government., lie re
viewed his own "administration-, show,
ing his 'wall; from r childhood, and his
career as .judge and ruler. To this
the pixipie responded by a vnfe'y.f '.on-Cab-iice.
It was Sainuol'R right as lie
laid dow n the: reins of gov. rnm. td to
have his records Vindi-CMted. .
. b. Samuel reviews God's dealings
with the nation from the time of
Moses. vv. 0-1 ri). . lie showed them
that national prosperity . "was eomli
tloned upon obedience (v. 1 1). Though
they had displeased God in choosing
a king, if they would fear the Lord
and render obedience, national pros
perity would still be plven
: c. -Samuel's
i-oakley. G. V
i-r.iwford. F. A.. 1
Oavls. Minnie Mrs
Lord. . G. Mis .
Gentry. I'has.. (G
Hannah. W. .!.. 1
Jolly. V. G.. 1 lot
Jones. J. G., 1 lot
Justice.' J. L. Mrs..
Kirk pa trick,
lanley. J. 1'.
lot . . .
lot . . .
i. 1 lot
1 lot .
lot - - -
;i . " s
'., 1 lot
.. 1 lot.
I-' in I
'.. 1 lot . . .
II.. 1 lot
i: , i lot
1 H 3 J
lot . .
. :: lots .
K Mis. 1
Walker. A. I
P.ell Mot. r
is. unit. G.eo
livers, .1. G
liyr.l. M. '..
I'arroll. Annie Mis . 1
Gai l , X T. Mrs. 1 lot '
'haii.l.crs. .1. K. Mrs., 1 lot
Glai k, G P . 1 lot
Glaik. Nannie Mrs.. I lot .
Garstai .hen. 1 . II. I t
Goakley, (1. W., 1 lot .
Crawford, K. A.. I lot .
Grawt'ord, Wiley. 1 lol
llavis. Kreil Mrs., 1 lol
Davis. .Minnie Mrs . 1 lot
I'Yrgus.iii. .. V.. I lot .
I'or.l, W. G. Mrs. 1 lot
Gelll I V. GllaS. (I 'olol ed (
1 1 . 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 . V. .!., 1 lol .
Hawkins. 1 t" . 1 lol .
liawkins. .1. P.. 1 bd .
Hanes. II. G., 1 l.'l .
llaynes, I I. I ... 1 lot . .
Howell. Harry. I lot
I liuYI.es. ( -a. l ie. 1 lot ,'
i lot .r. 3
1 lot J. 79
ey. 1 lot 3.70
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. . . 6.10
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Sell I. II
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HAYWOOD CO I XT V.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT
T. L. Green, administrator of
J. X. Peacock, deceased.
Jesse Peacock, Frank Peacock
and Loree Peacock, heirs of
decca.-e.l- and all heirs at law of
J. X. Peacock- deceased Mary E.
Peacock widow of X. X Peacock
and all other known and unknown
heirs of persons who claim an
interest in the estate of J. X.
Peacock by wha.ever name they
may be called.
The defeiidans above named w ill :ake
notice that an action cut J. led as above
has been commenced m the Superior
Court of H.iyWiH.d County- to sell
land owned at the time of his death
by J. X. Peacock to create assets to
a debts of -aid defendants and costs
ot administ rai'. ion ;. and the said de
fendants will furt her take notice that
they and each of them are reouired to
ippoar before the Clerk of the u-
penor I ourt of Ihivw.Hiil C ouutv at
his office in the courthouse of the Su-
nesville on the ldth dav of September
o and answer or demur to .the
complaint in said action or the plain
tiff, will apply to the Court for the
I'd' demanded in tin coinpliint;
It is further ordered Ihat Loree
Peacock, heirs of Claude Pea-
oek. deceased, hv whatever name
they be called and all other persons
ainiiiiK an interest in a lot simulate in
tht Town of W'aynesviUe on Richland
Street, owned by .1. X. Peacock at
the time of his death and the said
heirs and unnamed defendants will
take holier- that tliev are reunited to
appear before the Clerk of i;ho Court
at his ottice in the court house
in W'aynesviUe. on 1 ho 1 lit h
day ol September. P.k.:! and an
swer or (lemur to Hie complaint or
petition tiled in this cause or the
plaintill' will apply to the Court for
the relief -demanded in the complaint
Hi is 10th- day of Aujru-I, lUTi.
The hour was sn critical
nation's, history that Samuel
sought to indelibly impress upon no-.,
hearts its meaning.. This he did by
praying f.r thunder and rain out of
season. They saw this, as nn example
of God's mighty pmver which, if di;
rected against them, would destroy
them instantly, .
He Turned to Prayer
: lie lived in the atmosphere of prayer
from first , to last; and when any
specially important work: had to be
Cone, any specially difficult crisis had
to be faced, any specially trying expe
rience had to be endured, he met it by
special prayer. 43. H. Knight.
1 Thank God Daily
Thank God every morning when you
get up that you have something to do
that day that must be done, whether
you like it or not.
; Sa l.
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and . . r. 1 1 n ! to 1
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lie' .. o.-as.-.k 1
mid. rsiy lied, ..
day of - u.: u-i
will he pli a.e.l
s Gn.-i ol
Sarah K II- - -
I lay w n.nl County;. X
is I... not ily a IP p. a
a L-.-ti u sf lb'- Gnat.
i .. exhibit
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MRS. THAI) ll'tWKLL.
lerulliX: 'f t I ) f estate Of, ..Ml'S,
Surah K. Hayrics, .l'-. eus-;d:
. 1 '. I 7 - l-S'-.t. 7-14,
Use This Laxative
made from plants
Thedford's TJr.ACK-DnAUOHT 13
made from plants that grow 1n the
ground, like the garden vegetables
you cat at every meal. NATURE
nas rut Into tnese plants an active
nr-dicine that stimulates the bowels
t0 act -u:'t as Nature put the ma
terials that sustain your body Into
thp v-c"tat,h foods you eat.
In Black-Draught yon have a natu
rn! laxative, free from synthetic
ornsrs. Its use does not make you
have to depend on cathartic chemical
druffs to Bet the bowels to act daily.
.Vote vou can get Black-Draught in
the form of a SYRUP, for Chilbebn.
v. ;. hveks-
rk Superior ('ourt.
7-2 Mil -Sept. 7
Sunday Ball (iames
illK the ll.
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SOTICE OF SALE L'SDER DEED
Under anj by virtue of authority
contained in a certain deed of trust
executed by J. C. Sorrells and wife, to
the Citizens National Bank of Raleigh,'
X. ("., Trustee, on the 20th day of July,
11)27. recorded in Book 21, Ve l2U
Registry of Haywood County, North
Carolina, default having been made in
line pay men: of the indebtedness se
cured thereby, the undersigned Com
missioner of Bunks, having succeed
ed to the rights and duties of the
North Carolina Bank and Trus; Com
pany, Successor Trustee, will offer
for sale, at public auction for cash, in
front of the H.iywxd County Court
House door on Monday. August 21st,
IS1;!:!, at twelve o'clock noon, certain
pieces of land lying and being in Hay
wood County. Sta-.o of North Carolina,
and described and defined as follows:
Lying and being in Beaverdam
Township. Haywood County, North
Carolina, on Crabtree Road ibout 2
miles Northwest of Canton, N. C,
and bounded on the North by the
i lands of K. O. Carswoll, on the Weat
by the lands of K. O. Carswoll, on the
South by the lands Rateliff Robinson,
on the Kast by the lands of Will Sor
rells, and more particularly described
BKClNNINt; at n stake in the cen
ter of Crabtree Road- corner of K. O.
Carswell lot No. 14 and runs thence
North St? degrees Kast 24 poles, sur
face measurement, to a stake; thence
South 4 degrees Kast (magnetic)
1!'.2S poles to a stake; thence South
S(i degrees . West 12 poles to a stake;
ll.ence South -1 degree-! Wes". 5.62
poles lo a stake; thence South St) de
grees West 11 po!es ti center of Crab
tree Road; thence with center of saiiL
road North 2 degrees .'ill' West 24 80
poles to the beginning And ooing
Lot No. 11 of the T. C. Oobson sur.
vey of the T. N. Bonh mi land, dated
March 7, li'l'.i as per ma) of record
in map Book A, at page Si). Haywood
County records of maps, and heinjf
the same land described in a deed
from K. O. Carswell and wife to J, C.
Sorrells and wife. Sophia Sorrells, by
deed dated June IS, 1 1127. and regis
tered June 2,1, l'.i'JT. in Book To, Page
Also a part of the lot No. 12 of the
above mentioned, survey and being
same hind described in a deed from
A. L. lirannon and wife to J. C.
Sorrells and wife Sophia Sor
rells, dated October '.. t',124. and reg
istered on the Ullth day of lecemler,
l',1'-' 1 in book '., page 2 IS. Haywood
County records of deeds-
Mated this 1 4th dav of Julv, l'.3:L
CLUNKY I'. noon,
t '..minis-ionef of Banks, on Re
lal ion ol .North ( arnlin i Bank
anil"' 'I rns; ( ompanv. Successor
No. .S,"!--,Iulv27-Auv.."!-1ll-17- .
i niiainmiml iwpn in ..hum""" """"tfS S I
omtMM mn!!siMi'.". 1 1 iii'-f ftfnmifiMiiWiT.ViVMVi ii Tim i
Here's Smiling Relief. .
Most of your :;ufTcring from common every-dny aches and
pains is unnecessary and unwise. Unnecessary, because Dr. Miles'
Anti-l'ain I'ill:; relieve quickly and without unpleasant after
effects; uiiwi.se, because pain makes your physical condition worse
instead of belter. One pill usually brings relief in a few minutes.
If you suffer from any of the disorders listed above, take Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. If they do not give you greater relief in
less time than anything else you have used, go to your druggist
and get your money back.
' A package of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in your medicine cabi
net, pocket, or hand-bag means tewer 0
aches and pains.
25 for 25 cents
125 for $1.00
OR.'rVl I LESI
25 DOSES jyKr XII
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r v v v v v v v v v vv
TRAIN TRAVEL BARGAIN FARES:
COU MIUA, s. c.
.n;i sta, c... ..
( HAltLKSTON, S.
HI MM I4-4-vvvvv4vvv44-4-v4--H-4-v4H'
Return Limit August
REDK ED ROI NI) TRIP PI LLMAN TARES
The above fares apply from all agency stations Murphy
to Asheville, Hot Springs to Old Fort inclusive, Asheville
to Tryon including IJievard.
See your nearest agent or
R. H. DEHUTfS, AGPA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTE3I