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    THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
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TAKING THE ATTITUDE OF "KKi I AND
LITTLE YOU" IS EXPENSIVE
Several days ago we were in one of the
leading stores of this county when a traveling
salesman who thought he. had the world by the
tail, displayed what h:. lwlieved was super sales,
man-ship, hut it was nothing more than rude
ness and a had business policy for him.
The buyer of the store was busy at the
time this super salesman got ready to display
his merchandise, but without waiting until the
merchant could complete his business with the
person whom he was serving. .Mi". Traveling
Alan steps in, introduces himelf. hands out .1
sample of Ids merchandise and starts telling
what wonderful stuff it U.
The merchant, being a man who gives
t-trvbody due consideration when his time
comes, politely, but sternly, told the salesman
that he was busy. and. would be with him in a
minute.
We looked on the entire atl'air with 'much
interest. Of course, it was just a small thing
in one sense of the word, but just the .-ame it
elearly shows that the salesman ''thought he
-hould have first preference with the merchant,
although someone else had lirt turn at the sam -prospect.
The expression on the face of the
merchant .prut rayed a feeling that even though'
the sale.-man had just the merchandise he might
need for his stock, he did not feel inclined to
deal with a "big I and Little everybody else
person."
U'e do not know, but there i- doubt
in our mind that the man sold a dime's worth
to the merchant, and even if he did we are sure
of one thing, that he had to use every sales talk
and every method he knew of to complete the
sale, all because of his haste and inability to
recognize the right of the other fellow.
When men and women get to the place
where they feel that they should be given first
preference above all others, they should be
crowned not. 'with a gold crown, but with a
baseball bat.
THE FIRST SNOW
That subject sounds like those we had
write a two hundred and fifty word essay on
when in the fifth and sixth grades in school,
doesn't it? Even if the title sounds the same,
there are many thoughts that, we have now that
we didn't have then not because we thought
Jhem out ourselves, but have been told of then!.
Farr.H-iv .,UuM. by all mean.-. !. mo?t
Xtiankful for the snow that fell -'last. week.
Whet her t hey know it r not, a blanket of snow
is the same as a blanket of fertilizer. That i
noi our statement, but 11. X. Ilarber s who own
eleven thousand apple trees in this county.;
"There is a Jot of air in snow, and the most
"f it is nitrogen which is one. of our best f.-r:!.
lizers." he said.
"In New, England when it snows, the old
time farmers will say. 'Well, there is mv tVri
llzer, ". '".';,;.'
Other than being native's lx'-t fertilizer,
snow 'h T5 to retard the sap in trees, together
with making the ground moist.
With all these things aken into considera
tion, "rt seems that the farmer has been blessed
by nature to begin the new year off right.
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THE STATE'S BLACK EYE
; a piett.y good prospect that this is to
ODD THINGS AND NEW-B L?
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be the last year of high-cost automobile tags in
North Carolina, for the existing situation is giv
ing the state a "black' eye" which is being dis.
cusst d abroad, and which is operating as a worn,
ing to keep out. The Hendersonville Times.
News relates an incident that goes to show how
the high tag is being viewed by outsiders. A
winter visitor to that city, with an eye to Id
eating there, is "delighted with Hendersonville"
he likes the people, the town, the country,
the climate and all other natural advantages o,''
the section and while his decision as to selec
tion of a home will not be controlled by the sizj
of the North Carolina automobile tag tax, he
points out to The Times-News that decisions in
such cases frequently turn on comparatively
trivial matters. The stranger believes that one
coming from California and having to pay eight
times as much for automobile license here as
was paid in that state, gets a bad impression of
North Carolina in addition to the conviction
that the automobile license taxes here are inde
fensibly high.
That's just a sample of the talk that is go
ing to be heard all along the line, and it is one
reason why, next year, we are going to have a.
revision downward of the tax on automobile
license plates. Charlotte Observer.
BIO FIGURES
If you like big figures, take a look at the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation's first com
plete report to the public. Between Februaiv
2. HK52, and December l'JM.'i, it has disbursed
or authorized disbursement of $6,000,000,00!)
to ,S..")11 institutions. In K:!2, $1,500,000,000
was distributed 55 per cent to banks, 20 per
cent to railway.-, the balance to insurance com-,
panics, building and loan concerns, relief agen
cies, etc.
The RFC was due to pass -away on January
22. '10:5-1. But it was given a new lease on life
-bills . went smoothly through Senate and
House extending its. activities until February
1, ID-'So, permitting it to sell another $850.000..
000 of debentures to the treasury with which
.k finance future operations.- Fx.
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yw , J f$& Cosmic Rays bombard the earth '
I A WITH ENERGY" OF 40 BILLION VOLTS,
im rv' "It 40 TIMES THE HIGHEST EWERGr OF OTHER
f ' PENETRATING RADIATION! j
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, C . M y POWER-
( iL,P XVlV-A (TREOUIRES 25
J PR0OrV-J k. Jgj TIMES AS MUCH N-
I C (CjUc CERgy tomake a !
I A trang7eT' vr NOTE FIVE OCTAVES
I OF C0RR0- ) HIGHER HEARD WITH
I GATED RUB- EQUAL FORCE.
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HAYWOOD i
( Kixm the tile of Fehru.u , ,. ,
Several new feature. "
library tfu to be h(-l(t Sa'ee. "
U-rnoon. which will h,. j;! "'.
Miss Molly Ketor. '
The V. I). C'.s ni-i . ..
at tht,- residence of .Mr.-. S : ''
Mr- Thorn, who has b,-,.-
.several wtuki with relative- j-!.."!'ls'
livt'retl an iutei wtiny talk ,; . ' '
injr at the IJresbytei-ia:i .-' i ',','"'
the Pan.. m:i Canal.
The grand jury of th. ,.. j...
demned the public school bj'..,
a serious tire trap. Thi-y '.' 1
commendation.s to y;ur .-ch
tecs and your aldermen to
lives of your children. It i ,'
to you to ste that they delay '- J''
The Methodists are making 7t,
for a new church in ku-pt:
their strength and Wayne.-vii:,.';
dvlonmnt..- Th V.ll ;.. " t
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appointed a committee wit1
Random
SIDE
GLANCES
Uy VV. CL KHS Kl'SS
Today this column will bcsin with
u-hlessinir as said by a littl boy.
aeeiirdiitir tu a pi eminent Haywood
county Methodist - paster:
(iood bread,
(lood nie.it , :
(Joed (iv)d
Let's vn.
1'irhap. its not as
in sueh llowery term.-.
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An (diieial statement from the treasurv-'
of the Cnited States shows that last year the
total amount of revenue collected from ciar.
rette .smokers ly way of the manufacturers was
' .Soo-")."o l.ti22 which was 25 million more ' than
in i;i:;2. In other words, the tuition made over
'!o" miliions from what went up in smoke.
It must have been the same, boy
that said the blessing piinted above
that -.'when returninjr from Sunday
school w;.s asked lie his father what
'he . learned that moi nir.ff from his
.teacher. Promptly the littl,. 'fellow
beaming over with 'nthusi;-..m re
plied : " 1'he date of tl:,. jiienic'
Lare Crowd Heard
"Lord's Acre" Work
Plan Discussed Wed.
! Last Wcdiiesd iy eveniny a, '.he
Fine- tieek Methodist ehureh, the
Rev. I'umant Chirk, head of the Lord's
I Ati'e Work, spoke to a cer.grt Ration
' run i fines ( reek an I u nt.v tluK r,
.the work, which is under the aus
pices ol the Farmer- Federa
the enuntv.
fiesides th,. -ilt'S. Mr. 'l.,ik the.-v j
anixe. rinsr on the program and makina'i
short t, Iks were James (',. K. M:-l
('lure Jr.. pre- ident of the Fede'ra? I
tion. Iiev U. f. I.andruni, pa,-'.er if'
th,. Whitp Onk rivsbyteriar. chuiehf
and Mev. Ilyion Shankle, pa-t-r of
the Fir.es Creek M( thodist ch.uruli. i
"lie ui Die teatuie.- nf tne pri.cram
vets the showiny; "f slide.- pei";a!!.u:u
to the work, by Kev Mr. Clark. A
H'oi d audivrci. was preser.t ". .. vr.joy
the prograin.
B. J. .Sloan J. K. Boone. R H Jl
u.ll r. i '. 7,'ul
r ooche.
The Dorcas Iiell Love ( luipu , 'j
A. R. will hold an old time mulial
at the Suyeta I'ark Hotel on Thar,
day evening. All the Iaug-hU,rs',,
appear in the costunu s of y.- , !.,., ,i
times.
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SIM HIT OF THE TIMES
I'm out of work, I'm out of dough,
Thing-.s for me seem kind of slow,
Cut its not for me to weep, you know, ;
So I'll borrow a dime and ko to the show.
and this weather don't run
same line of thought ,
( Fl iday ntion. )
Speaking of this weather and sit
tin.u: down too quickly, brings to mind
the stunt .1 pulled for the benefit of
Tom Lee l ist Thuisday morninfr in
the snow.
Wonder what would happen if more farm,
e is would turn the handle of a filling station
pump loose and take hold of the plow hancflesV'.
'For soine reasen no ent. had ?een
tit to clean oil' the sidewalk, so I
divided to take to the street where
walking would bc. better.
The highways of Xorth Carolina would
resemble a '.battlefield if all the persons killed
on them last -year were placed at the fatal spo"
at one time. . . . That something must be done
about it cannot be denied, but it appears that
we are helpless. Perhaps the safest thing to
do is to stay at home with barred doors.
Stanly News and Press.
Hefoie ttettuifr to ;he rut where
cars had been running:, my feet went
off the frozen assets "of Walnut
street and shot sky-ward. I landed
on the liack of 'my' lap in the snow.
I looked around and there Tom was
tiyinp to make up his mind to see if
he could do it. but I had done it with
such ease and grace that he was
afraid to imifite my performance and
departed
Job
Printing
EXPERT WORK
The
Mountaineer
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CAN YOU IMAGINE - f
. - the ddiqhtof th mua ,i
toyisvil!e,Ky., who, offer suffered
tram slomoch disorders for 15 yrs
gamed l3Hlbs. in two months by'
usmg 8ISMA-REX He Wtor
better and now enjoys three squat j
meals a day.
EXPLANATION
Bisma-Kex a new antaew treat,
nient that is bringinj!: MTlvome re
lief to thousands everywhiw who
suffer the aponies of indipvitipri
and other acid stomach ailments.
Hisma-Kex acts four ways to pivt
lastinif relief in three minut?. It
neutralizes excess acid; reJieves
the stomach of as; soothett th?
in it at ed membranes; and aid.
digestion f foods mos-t likely t
ferment. Bisma-Rex is - sold ofily
at I leva 11 Drup Stores. Get a jar
to lav at Smith's Cut Rate Ums
Store. (Adv.)
The yea. !M;V establish a new high reeonl
::. iiihway Kn.ii:r. In 19) when there woe
o20.0('0 ears licensed in North Carolina. t!90
p. rs.r..s were killed. In 19:52. with only 400.000
t ar.-, there wtre SoO killed, or an increase of 2G
pefoenf . The automobile mijrht be termed the
i'.iivanee agent ' eotlin trade. Rockingham
I'' -Dispatch.
Other, than Kvtt.nK tiie pocket ' of I
my trencii coat lull ot snow which
1 did not know until reachihir the
office and standing over the radiator,
everythimr leaked out tine.
.Mtuiy "fellows were seen throwing .sr.ow. i
oalls last week, which -was the first thing that I
'looked like work that they had attemptc-o for
months. ;, '
It i1s i-eported that the League Of Nations
cost $6,750,000 last year rather an expensive
debating team, we'd say.
If pe)ple spent as much time living their
religion an they do arguing it, wouldn't thia be
n diiTerent world?
BRIEF REMARKS
The best pull is push.
Our wants far exceed our needs.
A love game is apt to end in a tie.
Men fear shame more than guilt, ;
A glad welcome makes a glad feast.
The half of genius is hard work.
Who holds his tongue can hold his temper.
Fortune smiles on the man who goes out
to meet it. ''
One orange is plenty for ,100 barrels of
ortitigeade.
Vice is most dangerous when it is made
respectiible.
Temperate climates develop the best type
of people. "
From Lincoln: "Whisky has many defend
ers, but no defence."
Dreaming of finding money is a sign you'll
be disappointed when you wake up.
Jonah to the whale: "If you had kept your
mouth shut, this wouldn't have happened."
Snowy weather Is oyster weather.
That can't be disputed.
Beinn' rather fond of oysters. I
ordered a dish of raw one's (there
is not hi nu bet t;r. ). I eat them, and
was doiiur nieely w hen into the cafe
walked a boy who had not been taujrht
to eat all the jivd thin)rs of life.
He quickly reemnuzed vh'.tr 1 was
deve-uriny- itreedily. and after eye
ihg. me for a minute and seing- a
choice oyster disappear from sifrht,
lie jtave a l.io; trulp-ar.d made for. the
front door of; the cafe in n hurry; :
MUST YOU
Diseonnect the Radio to use the Vacium Cleaner'.'
It's a downright nuisance not having enough electrical out
Ms in your home. -Isn't it 7 This is the ideal time to hive a
licensed electrical contractor install the extra outlets duplex out-
switches ou need. Such work may never be as inex
pensive attain.
MARTIN ELECTRIC GO
JCadio Service
I Jione :'l
Blectriv Service
: Poor fellow. I hope
today, atid that his
tied. '
he fet Is better
toniaoh is set-
Albert Abel can rightly be ac
claimed the ''speed king of the hill?."
Hp carried Tom Rainer. Henrv Ford's
agent here, to Atlanta, which is 187
miles hence, in exactly 195 minutes,
including two stop for Coca Colas.
A hen Tom Rainer was telling of the
incident, he mentioned the fact that
as long as he coulddn't see the speed
ometer he didn't mind driving SO
miles an hour, but when he knew he
was doing 80 he just naturally tok
the weight, of his foot from the iras.
Speaking of speed, its my desire
to make the curve at Enka. "where a
20-mile speed limit is enforced, at
sixty miles' an hour. That is a per
feet curve (highway) and fit for
speed. The other perfect curves in
that particular vicinity makes it
rather dangerous for a man to speed
however.
To be a succes in life:
"Work Like Helen B. Happv."
(Read fast.)
Which Is Your Favorite Store?
Among the places you patronize there is a certain
establishment for which you have a particular preference.
.Maybe you .have never stopped to analyze the reason, but
we'll hazard the guess that it is the personnel of that
store the warm, friendly, atmosphere that make you
feel at home as soon as you enter the door. Anyway,
we know that this is one of the most valuable assets a
business can have, because so many people have told us
it is one of the strongest ties that binds them to ALEX
ANDER'S. Eagerness to serve you is as outstanding: a feature
of this drug store as ability to serve you.
ASK YOUR' DOCTOR
ALEXANDER'S
D R UG ST O R E
Phones 53 & 54 Opposite Post Offic
    

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