The liest Advert iiny Medium in Ha wood County Published Al The Kastern Kntnuue of The (Jreat Snuk Mountains National I'aik Kead ly Thmkinij People
WAYNESVILLE, NOKTH CAROLINA
TIU IfSDW. K.MIiKK
Union Services, Football Game
Main Thanksgiving Events Here
Afl Stores WilF lie Closed. Court
To Remain Open, Hut Clos
Wavncsvillc and Haywood County
Tyiil observe Thanksgiving in the usual
manner Thursday, with all the stores
and business houses in town closed
far the day. All -public offices except
those directly connected with court
lyill be closed. Court will be held as
aaual on Thursday but men- win not
Qaany court on Saturday, it was lea i li
ed officially Monday
One of the outstanding ,.veii.ts .of the
day will be the Union Service at the
First Uaptist church at S o'clock, at
wftich time the lit-v. Paul Hardin, .Ir..
. new pastor of the Methodist church
lfill deliver the address. This will be
Be.'Mr. Hardin's ft rut senium in Way-
At J:Hu m the afternoon on the
local football field, the Waynesville
iootball team, champions of Western
PJorth Carolina, will meet the strong
and highly rated Farm School teaii;.
Coach Weatherby lias arranged for
special police officers to be on hand
: Ui help care for the largest crowd of
the season. This game will see ten
.; f the Waynesville team playing their
. Iiwt high school rame. Those who will
apipoar for the last time in a Moun
taineer uniform will be Reeves, Pal
ton, Atkins, Hurgiii Francis. Hill,
. Wya'.t, Liner. Siler and Wagon fchi.
o,,.,, ,.e i, i . t i . I i , 1 1 1 !., ,., .,(' tl,
,iiie in Lii, i-ui.uiiniiii J,.,., v i n " .o
team are included in t.his group
1 radically every player that was
"-: injured in the game with Cullowhee
kst. Kriilav is readv for a hard iraine
, Ihursday. They went through hard
'' pmicticv. Monday and Tuesday and
"' showed up exceptionally well.
The regular line up that has carried
them to the championship pinacle will
Mbably be the starting line uu Thurs-
ilav. According to scores with teams
that the Mountaineers have played,
ne two teams are evenly matched.
'" "Waynesville was defeated by Christ
j .School 13 to 7. Farm Sehool took a
I- i2 to 7 licking from the .same' team.
Waynesville defeated .'Weaver l'i to U,
...''while Farm School won 1.'! to 2 from
' Other than tht. Union Service and
T tbe frame, there are not any outstand-
img wents of the day that will bo ob
' ervpd A larire .number of colleire
v. students ai home for the holidays.
' Kara I schools will also get two days,:
Bank Of Clyde To
Move To Canton
anton Will Have Hank For First
Time Since .March.' Will Ope.
rate Under New Charter
; Jjelinite decision has been reached
to move the Bank of Clyde to Canton.
Since the closing of the Champion
Bank and Trust Company on March 1
f this year, Canton has been without
a bank or bankinjr ftu-ilities within
tke eity limits. Most of the bankinjr
bos been done with the bank at Clyde.
The bank when moved to ( anion
njill operate under a new charter with
a capital of $:J0,00() and a surplus of
i 15,000. The present officials of the
ank will provide '$22,500 of the stock
and the reniainintr $22,500 will be rais
ed an Canton. ; A meeting was sehe
dmlel to be held in Canton Tuesday
night for final plans,: a lid .immediately!
thereafter a selling campaifrn would
be launched to raise' the-$22,500 '
The present officials of the Hank of
Clyde are K-lwin Fincher, president,!
and I. 11 Haynes cashier.
is can-ied at all
.t0,noO in deposit-limes-
bank, it was. 'repotted at a recen
Family Of Four Generations Living In
One House On Allen's Creek Near Here
Someone please pape Mr. Ripk-y, of
Believe It Or Not fame.
In Haywood County on Allen's
Creek, two miles from here, there are
four generations living in a five-room
house. It is not uncommon to find
three generations livinjr in one house,
Or even Iivjnir. but to find four gene
rations and all in one house is news.
Allen Mull, 75- is representative of
generation number one. He is a
father. RTandfather and a great prand.
"Mack Mull, 47, constitutes a party
of freneration number two. This Mr.
. Mull is a son of Allen, and the father
of Mrs. Guy Gunter, 17. Mrs. XJunter
is the mother of Guy Gunter. Jr. 3
ranths. -.'.-" ';
Guy Jr.. is the fourth party of the
storj- but no statement cbuld be had
from hinl, in fact he thinks it doesn't
matter at all. But the rest of the
family are quite woud of the record.
and i; h one of wWh ihv hv a
right to be proud.
j Funeral Services
For Dr. Reeves
Of Town's Oldest Business
Men Passed Away Last
Funeral or ice.-- were held Saturday
afternoon for Dr. M. II. Reeves. (10,
who died at his home here Friday
morning following an illness of a week.
The deceased has been in ill health
for the past several years. He was
for :!0 years one of the loading busi
ness men in Waynesville.
Uev. H. W. Haucom. assisted by Ke.
A. V. .loyncr, of Canton, conducted the
funeral at the home on I'epol street.
Intel iiient was mailt- at Green Hill
Dr. Reeves was owner of the Way
nesvill,. Pharmacy, vine of the oldest
business establishments in Waynes
ville. 11,. was a graduate of Weaver
College and The New York College of
l'haiinacy. He took; an active part in
business and civic affairs of the city
and county. For a number of years
In- was a member of the local clmol
board. He was at the time of his
death a 'member of the Knights of
Pythias and a We.id man.
'During, his life time, tr, Reeves
gave, away thousands of dollars Worth
of medicines to those who were unable
to ' pay 'for them, lie was never known
to turn anyone away. Not only did
In jjive away consi.loi ably in p;v--criptioiis
but was a liberal donor to
all charitable fauses.
'I'll,, deceased is . survived by his
widow and four children; .Mrs. W- R.
l-'ranci.s, .lelferson, .Mel v in 1 It'?. Reeves.
Jr.. and MissJanie lieeves. ill u( Way
nesville. One brother. T. 11. Reeves
of Asheville, and two sisters. Mrs.
Annie II. Wells, of Ltieester and Mrs.
lames Hipps tf Sylva.
Active pall bearers were: F.
.Miller, C. H. Atkinson, .1. II. Howell,
C, I!. Russell, .lames Atkins, an.l Then.
Honorary pull bearers were: Dr. .1.
F. Abel, Dr. S. L. StriiiKtield, lr. W.
L. Kirkpatritk. Dr. W. (i l-'ranci.s. Dr.
R. II. Stretcher, Dr. X. F. Lancaster,
Dr. Charles K. Padgett, I)i .1. R. J!.-,
MeCrackeri. rr. N. M. Medford, Dr. S.
P, Cay Dr. ,). II. Sniathejs, J),. Ji. F.
Smathi rs, Dr. W. H. Linei and D
( . H, McDowell.
Liner Named Head
Of Bureau Here
Cody Plott Named Assistant
Manager To Ke.Emphn ment
Otlice At Courthouse
1. in , us Liner was appointed manager
ot the re-eniploynient ofliee here Moti.
day by the advisory board tn the -reemployment
bureau, which is iii-rate(
under the state, division ot public
Cody Plott was named as Mr. Liner's
assistant. The onice which has been
closed for the pas: several weeks was
",ii'ii('il iiirain Tuesday at the court
Members pf the advisoiy
J. If. Howell, ebairiiian, W.
W. K. Francis. Mrs. 1. J).
T. .shelton. At thu- Osborne
boa id a'e:
Benefit Supper .Nets Si:
Apj.roximately - 1011. suppi . .- wen-
is. , ,,-,, laM.Mimnmv n:rrhl a! -te bene.
mi; oyster supjK,- a: the W, :W. N. c.
, f afc- which was sponsored', by the
ch-.ir of th Firsv liaptist church. The
choir ' net tcvl. about -S 1 5 from the .nip
per. Funeral Held For
Mrs. Sara Moody
funeral services were held .Sunday
auernoon for Mrs. Sara Jane Moody.
TO, ...U- J . j 1 , , .. .
"ii'i hum ai ner noma near ie -
wood Friday morninjr followir.cr. an
illness of -about' Kf days. . InteiTiM-r.t
was made at the family re i-f ferv na-'tlM''
Dellwood. ' ' '
Mr- Moody was born in
was twice, married. She
t sim-ivt ,
h,- r,,. t,
lour children. O , H. Shelton '
j. - , -.
.....n.3iim.-; aiiu nrviiaru
sneiion ot the
State of Washincrton
and Mrs. David P. Javnes of IWI
and Hubert C. Moody, also of Dellwood
Art ivo . ... r-- .',
ur 11 a ""r. "1 iV
loouj, .uarvin ALiison t:. C. Moodv
- - -.... . c.,a a.
I). Kiiiiun. 86.
Passed Away Here
filtrate Veteran Was Out
a ni'M ille's Oldest And
Most Prominent Men
W. C. Al.LKN)
ei vices f,,r Daniel Marcus
Killian who died ,.l his hem,, on Kil
lian Street Monday, afternoon al 1-:15,
were observetl Tuesday 'afternoon at
thue o'clock al the First Presbyter,
ian cliurc h here, the Rev. Crie I . l.m
,1: urn. pastor of the Presbyterian
viiutvh al Hazel wxhhI, eonductin the
si i vices, assisted by the Rev. Dr. R.
P. Walker, pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Waynesville. Hurial took
place m dreen 1 1 ill eeinetery.
A. tie pall pearers were: R. 1 . Pre.
vest, I.. M Richeson, !. C. Summei'ow
HtiKli Abe!. Dr. .1. R. MeCracken. m l
. 1., Hardin. Honorary pallbearer
included the followinir: C. W. Miller
II. C I.inilslev, I . i. '. lu-I. .!. L.
.Morgan W. I' I .. , f r. i. . T. 1..
(ireen. Dr. Thoin. is St riir.; .'tieltl. Dr.
1!. F. Snuithei-s !. D. Hyatt. T. L.
Kramlett. .1. C. We eii, W T, Shelton.
T. N. Ma. -u- K. ,1. Rob, son, .1. 1.
Strinn-lield.' W. I! , r.tt. .1. K. Kovd.
.1. M l.otir. F. i . .io , is T. Alt
ander. II. K. Atkins, I:. .). Hyatt. ,1.
C. Rose. II. .1. Sloan W. W Hlackw.-ll
II. (,'. Si. me. T. C. Miller, .1. R. Mm',
can. W. I. l.anipkiir (leore Plott.
.l.-t'-. Monumo. . I.. Itriirjrs, Alt' Cre.: .
mail, t'larence .'Phillips I., II. Ilra'n'
let!, and .lames Swayneim
...Mr, Killian vv.e, horn in l'uinsvl
vaiiia County near Urevard. O.IoIm i
ii, 1 SI 7. He was the son of .lames W.
killian and .lane Clayton killian. both
nl Transylvania County. He enlisted
when .'seventeen years old- August 1,
1 Si t, in Company 11. Seventy-fourth
Rie.iment of North Carolina Volun
teers. His company was afterward
made a part of the 11th battalion of
the Sth North Carolina cavalry.
During his term of service about
nine months, he was on luty at seve-
lal places in Western .North Carolina
and Kastern Tennessee. lie was prin
cipally employed as a courier in the
inimediate s rviee of tleneriil .1. li.
Martin, who was in command of the
de)artment of Western North Caro
lina with heaihpiarters in Asheville,
and carried to that ollicer the last
army dispatch just before the collapse'
of t he. I 'onfederacy. He w as disehtirK-
( Continued on ' pajje "') j
Two Local Boys To
He In Limelight At
A .ecial block of -eats Ins
n-served fo, W:iyiiesvile fans
will attend t he I )uke-( ieoiria
eanle in Atlanta Saturday, at .
t I llle t -.Vo ,.
r. rid : r. ,n ' s. iir-
will, clash on
1 1 am-. Fi eildie ( 'raw for
Dtike , I lie
inc. All-.Aiiiei'i'-nii tackle of '1h(.:
IMue II, - ib aiid .lack Phillips
pi U n . nil- ; u II back of the b ellow
Iluiidi ed.. of Waynesville fan
-. heduled to attend the tin, I
ti'i two l';i i-ii, is i-i.ivers dot lieu
for their respective teams.
The sp(,rt scribe at Due.- sent, out'
the I'olloVYill).' -lory this .'- 'ek .,b-iti:
the two boys:
I'liese two Jads h-nriied the;,
b;tl I toe ether when m their ,'a;ly
i 'ui nutjr the summer innn' i,
w i en
others thought about basidiad Craw.
ford ami Phillips, buddies, punted and
pas. e l the pitrskin up anl down those
.mountain's which surround their West
ern Ninth andina home Wave. -.
vilJe.;. . ;,'
'They .taned loether ; throuirhout
I: i t-'h i-chooi day- both in th,. back
t field and hoth triple-threats. : They
i went to MeCallie school on. Missionary
' HidW in ('hattanooira where Crawford
was shifted to end and Phillips stay-
e.t in the backheld.
Their ways parted at the end "'of
j ' heir da.Vs at McCailie. Crawloid chrt-"-!
Duke; -Phillips.. 'Georgia- Tech. And
wa.- hot. lonr until their names Ihi
I .'an to fitrure prominently in the do
; int's of their 'sp-ctive teams,
j Crawford, called one of the irreat-
, est tackles the south has ever produe
C 1 and an outstandinjr candidate for
. All-American honors this year,, i.s the
bulwark of a frreat defense Duke has
thrown up ajjainst its foesi this seas-.o'n-r-'a-
line, that -U rated the best in
'the south.-' ,: ; .'..',.
! Phillips from hLs 'fullback' position
le.ir.y the spearhead of the; Tech
lie punts. . passes and runs
I and is
onP of the best at his job in
j A, the situation exists, they wi' be
hroutrht toe-ether many times durinir
pame' I'hillips will no doubt be
ca!i-d upon to plunire ritrht at his best
inend and it will be Crawford's assijfn
aiid ,-T.ent to ston him iust as h has r.n.
iv,,l r.tV, n.i 1 i. : ' . ,
' "V'V running ax n
f .u. .
v ... iic ijnc Liu.- year.
eves will on rVnurfr, C.,f.
inbv ao oomn.. .i.-.-l - i
All-A ' jTJ.
. . IU -- 0
manV emerts -and bv
?"e ivwui De hm beet friend
'o make him look bad
Price Trial To Be
Heard $ Vek'Of Dec,
ii. N latest Plan
lli 1-ses (1 Late
No; He Killed
As Sel l oi l.h
Fm-" ' i.-,.ch the will of
Th. :-- .'i '. e specified that
mals . wiied by him should '
death after his tleath. it wa:
here Monday through .1 l.
e put :.
local attorney lor the estate of the
deceased and Mr. I . C. M.Donal.l of
New.uk. . eei-utoi- of the estate
and a--!s!ant trust ollicei of the Fi
delity Union. T us t o. that the laws
if New lei-sc and N.nth Carolina
weuht not permit the killing- of ani
mals un.h r sued t ucumstances. The
li.r-e will remain on the proper! v
f Mr Price was tiled with
t i-ourt here n-
(allied tllloinrh I'osle
s attoin.y for the al
f Mi. Price, that the
held' .iuriiie the week
l e, upcl at ltl.
. level.! a. Ml . Alle s
fi oni an ope rat iol'i foi
ami w 1. 1 , he able at I hat
time to lepre-eit:
now heme held ill
the murde' The
Stanley and Wai.l
Ceoine Ward of A
the -1 a I e in the p'
four who aie
n of Morgan,
this phivo and
ill,- wd! assi-t
1 ' t loll
M Women ta He Put
To Work riuirsdav
'omen I rem Iteliel Kolls Will
Ivo' Worked In ('our Sew ini;
K-ooms In County
Aniniiinceinent was inaiie . ue dry
niornin.L' thaht women would, lie put
to ivuii. in t lie coui' : y: Thursday morn-i-ntr
in :he four, -i-wiiir, rihims that
have just been created. The rooms
will be. in Cantoir W'aynesviLle.. Ha
7.elwood. ami Clyde. In eaclj of the
rooms, except Clyde, there will be
women and one supervi oi . '1 ho
a supei vi. o
leive a wajr
have live women and
The women will re
nt cents nil hiuii: tor
t hei r w oi k. ...
A reipiest was ,.s
Quinlan, who is at
of t he w ork w hich
lied by Miss Mary
ptcM-m in eli.-uare
is a part of the
A dm mi tfat ion.
patterns m. mat-
that anyon,. baviie;
let- wlial date, clean
clothes would ieasL- tret
her oyer phono 1.'!!.
nil; issued for --eu'ii.'e n
Used Ml tin- rooms.
The w omen vv 1 1 1 ma I.,-
serais or oiii
in lunch with
t - pecia I call
achines t ,;, V
.jii i 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1
trow n lie
iptllts tor tin- neeily
hos.pi: al and h 1 1 on n:
t he count y hoilie.
I Inly w ,,iiii n, w in, a , ,i i e, n-i i ,
anil have no man in t In-family to
idi- llplliilt will he J'l work.
A i iiimty - ii pei vr-m' will he
poiuti d duriii). thi ' net tew d
I he'-e a i , a nu in! ,ct a ppl i. a ir
1 , , r
i lie Jilac, .. ,
Chicken Theives At
Work In (Vabtree
.1.15 Davis Has 1 I Stden From
Mini Sunday .'i:lit. Is Pre-',
pared To Protect Others
I. K- Jlavis, i.!' Crab: i.-,. ;.,.ii .- i;'. ,
intends to lose some sleep ' instead '. of
ebii I, en. .for the next few' weeks, a i 1
last Sunday iiif ht some-one trut. I I "ff
l.i. ehoico ynuiur pul!e-- ' hat. hha I jii.t
1 artel to lay; . !
Although M r. !a i iui- aii id. -a i
who -(-ot his fowlst he docs not in: en i I
to take any .bailees ell Jineinrr t :lc;--others
in tiis fowl house.
"Thi-i'e Jiiis .been ipiil.i- . a tji't of.
rhick- n .fealiror in Our noU'hbpi hood,
in. said- "but- as far as 1 ;i in corieernc
Fin ready i-ir anyone who c-m i
steal more from me."
Out of the 21 in hr. In-ri hon-e. t l:
ihei.ves rot 1 I, Thi- stoli-n beiis i e
valued .at-about $H.
College Team Took
Game From Locals,
18-7 Score Friday!
Mountaineers Were Handicapped
By Injuries In W. ('. T. ('
Junior Varsity Game
Ieadinfr by a score of 7 to C until
three star players were forced to
leave the game because of injuries,
the Mountaineers last Friday went
down before the Junior Varsity from
Cullowheo under a 18-7 scon?.
J ne .Mountaineers step;,cd out of
their class to play the visitors '."but.
did somi; exceptional work; against
the collepe lads until iniuries entprl
the local rank to take out Patlon, th"
end-tickler, and Reeves, the scoring
ace of the team. Wajronfeld', s-tcady
half soon followed his two f-How nj-i-ers
to te ben.'h when his shouldei
The college players made several
perfect passes which accounted for
the majority of their scoring.
Case To Start Thursday.
Venire Of Fifty Chosen
Liability Is Crime,
Says Jizdrre Finley
l'residino Judj;. lu-it" Sas I'ub
lic Sentiment ; Needed To
St on Crime
.1 ii. i.
Ticma - li Finley who is
. our here tlis week, is very
witti complimentary remark -l.i
no, il county, in fact, he
-i a 1
a ho lit
11 The Mountaineer
was a most won-
'I'll. o.i ha!
deri'ie . ,i,inl
.-s--e: , t hat 1 h
atislied w i h
"you ha, a
lie cni Hilled
'"f!lis ,., , ..
t. o'll) -111 pa
! had so many
hole should be
but l!n n to
ll'lll i I line
i ea t ' ".-k ra is i in-; . oun-s-e.l
in the state by one
And ou i.n-e a lot of
her.- and ,Mi too of all
the ( il . I S.uok. Mollll-
II I -I
not onlv nil an
but to In- entire
lot .!-,' hi - -,
, . , ! w a ;
le a n tliat
el ! Il I 111 llili,
l ! Olll il... (he
'Allot he- aiset
1 hi'- N.'W ( 'o!le(
i in. I have r,
yon hae here
at M r. (iwyn's
ml that m na-
i - ;
I court house' in
a. -I court held
ink hiiihljnjr. :
'be made to cut
too much in thin
I- he I
ot In i'. count ii
hi i,-,' in ii
be dene about, it ."
"The .people o i my county icccntly
i ailed a m i - nu et inn no Sunday al'
teiiiiMin i nn with over a I. (Kill present
ol'iranieil ,,r tin- pui,o,., ol' prescn
inir Jii-.s aon order, and created a
ehatU'e in public sentiment about
crime o .niattei in.w r"oil the of.
beer ,n- ibey can't -top ennie alollc.
it take- pu lie en! men1 .'ilonr; with
yood otlicei . Ciiiii,. has ,.uch .1 hold
on our i-ountn t.'rlav '.hat it is, 1-0-
inillinn an.l it
I - I hat
ort to - top it."
coiinti y !! H'l en
I,, Ma 1- 1 j ea r ti,
or n,. ,.1 her iea
.0 t ha!
v j j in a 1 ui
would h,. reduced
I lie I h.
".1 11. If,
U ilk.- b
1 1 1 1 1 ".
pi, 1 t:
f .ri fi 1 in
1 1 ire
1 hat he w
f 1 (.111
1 11 i
1! i-.pir ti., 11 ...f hi
lid tin- Stat, 1 , i I
Oi l' -
,- ll'V ,
- tj eill
10 crvii'e- ol' ii1' of it -!
Judofc Finley. w ill. hav
1. ' he bench for 10 yea 1
oi.r to --t ire in I he hipli
II ' he people of North ( '.iioiira
record as a jti'bro has .-tpproiiclieil j
brilliant and. of that. .The fHser,
;.i-r will speak more at, lenr.th at an
at 1 i --'.ria-e t inie."
Aponnal (f Hih-
1. i-i -'..if iidIi'ic ton
week appro', 1
So".. Chip in (
I ! 7 inih . who
bis' hway No.
o.-.l of f ii-- p
1 o.'-; 1. The
t Wl : froje-t ; i
, t a i b- -
- nee. I
i n, ib' 'j
111!, let loll,
ailed, t'ol V.
il, at a . est i,f r..',I7.::;7.
.-. ''r''a".;e''ii-ir. ' anil; th i'c,. I.'
mil.- st ,!(, b aild to''
Tin- No. i h 1 'arol inn
i-sioll will lik.-l-v let;
be i- ;,vojt'i:ls . at t i.
til St n
Well Croomed 31ustache Saves Face
Of Veteran Linotype Operator Here
:.' J. --.'.
Amonev the many thinp:3 which J.
T. Hridtres, veteran Linotype oper.i
or on The Mountaineer-will have to
be thankful for this Thankspvinfr is
that many years a "o he started wear
ing1 a mustache, which was the means
last Wednesday nipht of protect in?
his face from beinp" more serious'y
burned by flyinjr lead from his lino
uiiujj uu- last iiiinuie rusn to "n 1
o press last week, a -mall part vf
Mr. Bridges' machine slipped out : j
"! ce and the .safety catch failed to
!H;'d, consequently alxiut a pint of hot
ead, and by hot we mean around HaO
!erees flew out from the machine
'i'o his shirt and some on his face
"Tie major part of the flyintr met a! to
hit his face, however, landed on his
carefully -groomed mustache, burninl
off half of it instantly. 1
Main Small Cases Are Disposed
Of During- First Two Davs
A special Vi-llll,,
been named -o h,
Thursday nioi ninjr
will l chosen to
and Claud Stanley
murder of i've Cat!
ol tilt. men :iae
present .it court
from which a jury
try Sani Hlaylnc.
charyed with the
a hey on Pigeon sevcj
'I'll,, tirst two day, of
'evm ,.f i-onrt din,
nail case, of the '273
on docket Monday
court convened with
mic i - composed of
al tin mi J lis au'o.
the three week
posed of many
cases that wer
.hull-.. T I!
! lie t'ol low i njr :
C C. Se,le
I Icn.li 1 s I leave
"itam. W. H.
K. F. L. Kat
Ivy Hill; Iv 1
T T. Noland.
roy. Iron DutT;
loiia.lian ; l. P
i al! 1 1 e ; G ra.ly
nuekett. Whit,- Oak ; ,1. 1!
Paltoii, ItcaAi-id ,111; T. II. Mehatfev
m in - ill.-: .1. I . .loiies l!ca.-i .la.iii:
F- H. Williams, Cra'btnv; W (".
Caincs, lleavei-dam ; R I Prevo-it,
W--'ie... in, ;.- ..'..
'lam; i II. Uoirors. Waynesville; S,
If Ai.Crai y ltei erdain ; K. N. K,on
Ihaverdain; .1. li. Millie. ReaM-idan:;
' MeCliiie, Iteavcrilaiii.
I '. -I. Ken-. Ilcaverdaiu ; . ( . Ple-s,
I .'a l-'oik; I.M Grojra,,. Kast. Fork;
P. 1- Fodford. Iron llulf; V. V. I.m(',
ioii-it ban : H. K. Ilen.h-rs.in. Ileaver
.lani; flavi,, liathlinne, , Fines Creek;
Finley Cook. Itcaverdain ; II A. Hel
.lei Itcaw-rduiii; G. I!. Hyatt'. Iteavei
darn; ICS. 1 Mem moils, lieaverd-.i in ; G.
N. Palme, CalaliHiehee ; R K. Trout,
man- Waynesville; . lorry M. Rogers,
ly.le; II 1 vn I (la, lily, Waynesville.
-I i'. onrad. White Oak ; l U.
Ilamhlin. Iteaverdaiii ; M. I. HocjUti,
White dak; Walter Mills, Waynes
villc ; 1 . Kobinson. . Ileav. idan'i ; I).
II. Goiidwin, Iteavenlam; Connie Hon--on,
He ueiilaiii; ,. I Rickman,
Heaveidalii; .lame. Rich, V Hill;
John Denlin, Itcaverdain ; R. C. Fran
cis, Waynesville; M. S. Wilson. B.a
vcrdam; R. P Sheriill. Heavenlam;
aiuFRankiii Ferguson. Joii-than
Grover C. Davis and Fee Kavi.s reji--scnt
Claud St-iniey, while W' Roy
l-'ifinci:-, I-'. F Alley .Ir,. and Geo rue
Ward represent.-. Sam' Itl.iyloek.. The
tat,, is renreseiited by SUdicitoi John
,i, nil lied li,
era! ,,i' I '
aid M. G.
1 li 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
S ! a nicy.
lid 111, 1
lint 1 1
irene i a I
, 11 1
al the ,
I hat ill,
Hi' I I'loiise I'uesilay, ;i I tt-1111 11
1 :e.e wi'mM
!. t w ok.
!.: id., al
1 he' 1 a
-: 1 i v F
' part ot
the t , v.
: : and Ii,
auli - w
I a-id I
111 to kill
:i 1 .
, hoti i- Li eaiii;.
d'larence Potter, and
first decree for 111 ui
dor ,f Tlionias Price; also, assault with
deadly weapon in . .second charge,
Geoiye : Rojrei.-s,. a- saul! with- inU-n'
' '.,a! hei -i.atiil lii'sl. decree, tor mui
l : t V.'iili im Soiitherl.'ind.
I ; on
1. - -:' 1 iiiitir.'
I - ale "f lintior .
I fieri, 1.
T -i:ii in
Seven) place- cil
if.-, bai t in- niu-t achi
of the h a metal.
face v e v but n
"eeivt-d the bulk
r After riH-eivinp first aid, Mr. Bridges
was back twain at his machine where
h- stayed until the last line of type
l.a l b'-cn st for last Week's paper.
Ife i : still under the care of a phy
sician. Vho cut even more of' the
m istache away. He is back at work.
1:1 1 netting typo again. a h. h.is fo-
t.-W. -r.-t 25 years ':n one, vf Th M.,u;i
taineer's lim-typcs, : .
. To a i i his tr .1!.!: s, he ..;ia,t- :
e.l a 'oid just . a, few hours 1 : '.,iv his
U'.m'.o'r.e -.vent haywire witi . 't'-M ..
"I -xiccht H'-t took like ; .. ::,ia
for a bw-uty contest with nii. face
pH-teled up. V.r. my !nj:-:a,-ie: s';.-e
-aoj she. day 'for- me.'' he said aftr
tx-ir.k- able open his mouth and 'ta!k'
- . )',.