THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1931
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAIN EEU
Chief Sources of Tax Revenue in State
Inheritance -- .
Non-tux revenue -
Property tax of l.c
Total (icneral Fund
Auto license -
Total Road Fund
.tu.,..., am n.-rual rolleitions to
nayinjr verM to come in March Ks
at least ten minion m w i.-ovum..
vThee are estimates ot highway
The above is a reprint from the
. . .. 1,471.!' 4 J
$22. 560. MOO
. . .Si i.;hi,in
6 months 1933-1934
" 185.372.4 1
S 10,503.669.2 1
SI 6,332.600. OOt
January 1. 1!','1-1. with big in.omc-tax
innate.- tor last nail ot year are mai
.on-ia icvenue about one and one
funds for whole year, not collections,
current i.-sue of The Xoith (Virvlina
HERE AND THERE IN SPORTS IN
By THOS. REEVES
. I'navoidable left out lust week I
All basketball names havr been
vinplctcd except thoe of the ele
mentary schools. They should prove
interesting to all high .school coaches
oho are looking for prospects.
Tho.se interested in t he Western:
' arolina Boxing and Wrestling tourn.
..rtieni in Asheville should be in good
mlitiim for the meet I understand1
:hat Canton will enter a full team. I
I: i- discouraging to the Waynesville
.-.thlete to have no place to train.'
The boys here have about eight or
Uii pile.- won in the last two years.
If no oiu enters from Waynesville
..ir or five titles will be undefended I
leserve- late, of Wavtiesvi
borne and Hurnette. of Bethel, and
Francis, of Clyde.
Boys: Suttles, Hevele.y Owen and
Cabe of ( anton; and Morris of Way
nesville. For reserves, Wells of
Bethel Creen of Clyde and a pick of
the other Canton player- after 1 have
seen Speais play.
Tue.-da afternoon Fast Wayne.--villc
won two games from the Hazel
wood Elementary.' The girls won
their game by a score of 20 to 5, while
the boys won by a score of 16-6. It
was the first games for both schools.
East Wayne.-ville will play their
next game with Lake .lunalu.-ka
ich l. ul Suavely got the boys i
lUcrcsti a. lie looks like a business
.nan io ii. e.. I .doubt if a player oil'
.Vis team would return to the line-up
it) .. few days after breaking train
ing rule. . The Carolina alumni sure
ait i.ii an excellent show at the Lt
Faim . The lobby looked crowded
uitl. old, new and prospective stu-
1 had the pleasure .of talking to
1 each Poindexter, former Waynes
vjlle high. school coach, at the Caru
:.na banquet. Although in a hurry,
i oach Poindexter is never in too
.Teat a rush to not be' interested in j
.us lormer teams nere. wnen asKea
vhur was the best team produced
.vhile he was here, the former C'ar
ilina all-southern did not hesitate to
-av -what he thought about hie; teams.
"The best team I produced was my
tnl's team which was composed of
May Crawford, Hilda- Leatherwood,
Rebecca Heeve-. Babe Welch, Gladys
Justice, and Grace Campbell." Ac
. f.nling id Coach Poindexter this was
the best girl's team that has been
produced in Western Carolina. No
one will question the fact that they
vere head and shoulders above any
team that has ever played for Vay
msville high. Mary Duckett, Mat
) Katcliff and Jane Plott were the
ut.sti.nding reserves on this team.
Most Hideous Animal
What is said, to be ilio niosl hid
eous of all living iuiimals is th"
mandrill. It Is a ferocious mem
ber of I ho balloon family and in-
lull-its' West Africa. II grows to
huge proportions. Even when kept
in captivity until full grown it re
mains very snvuxp; They lie in
groups and walk on all fours.
. lti:;3. Wct.ni Newspaper .1'niim
Along with this girl's team Coach
fmndexter developed the second best
Kiy's team that has played for the
nigh. When these teams played
they won the Cullowhee tournament
"he only time any school has won
lioth cups the same year. George
Washington. Locke Howell, Fred
'"rawford, Jack Phillips and Fred
Campbell composed this great team.
AN ALL-COUNTY TEAM
(iirls: Forwards, Underwood and
f'hillips, of Waynesville; Stamey of
Bethel; guards, Taylor and Queen,
f Bethel, and Brown of Clyde. For
E. J. MEINHARDI
OF CHICAGO HERE AGAIN
He will demonstrate the 'Mein
l.ardi Rupture Shield" privately in
his rooms at the George Vander
bilt Hotel, Asheville, N. Car., on
Wednesday only, April 4th, from
1:00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M.
Ask the Hotel Clerk for the
numbers of Mr. Meinhardi's rooms.
Only men are invited.
Mr. Meinhardi says: "The Mein.
hardi Rupture Shield contracts the
Opening in 10 days on the average
case regardless of the size or lo
cation of the Rupture no matter
how much you . exercise, lift, or
strain." The Meinhardi Shield is
skillfully molded to each individual
as a Dentist makes false teeth.
(No leg straps and no cumbersome
It is water proof, .sanitary, prac.
tically indestructible, and may be
worn while bathing r sleeping
(continuously day and night) until
no longer necessary.
After twenty years of experience
seeing thousands of cases -Mr;
Meinhardi will be glad to answer
questions regarding all methods
Do not neglect to see him on the
above date. There is no charge for
demonstration. This visit is for
white people only.
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One of the painful things that the
years bring is that one is called on
t-i suffer the passing, of old friends.
Twice recently this sad experience
ha.s come to me; one in the passing of
Mr l M. Killian and later in the
death of Doctor McDowell. The.se
two men were men of character and
integrity who filled well their sphere
in the community life and, going to
their eiitern.il home they leave va
cancies in home. community and
church not easy to till. Mr. ,1. A
Franeii- has written fittingly of
Mr. Killian and 1 shall' t.y
here to give a brief sketch of Dr. Mc
Dowell and to note what he stood for.
During the winters of 1SS7-'SS and
ISSS-'S-i. 1 taught in Transylvania
county' and at intervals visited rela-liu.-
and ..nd friends in Henderson
villc. There I met and came to know
:i!id e-teem "Doctor Charley Mc
Dowell," a- he was generally called
by his intimate. He was about -S
years of age, a tine, clean, upstand
ing man, well
man who was
of my time taught his older daugh
ter This brought me in closer con
tact with Doctor McDowell and his
taioiu and 1 came to .see more closely
the leal worth of the man.
In all the 4- years of my acquaint
ance with Dr. Charley McDowell 1
nevi r Knew him to do an unfair, un
just or Utile thing. He wa- ,.niineut
ly a man of integrity and character,
an hones! man not merely in his
tir.ancial dealing but he was ethically
Honest. Such men as all too rare in
ih,. ,1 iv- ivlii.n tlii' r.'-icti.oi fi.ini
'he heighi attained during the Croat
Wai ha.- brought sociois to tin"
si-. uiily loxol of the jazz age.
Doc', if McDowell has gone lo his
uw.iid. and that going has bereft
i his family of a good husband and
father, hi ehuich of a faithful mem
ber. : nd his community of a good
RESOLUTION OF RESPECT
That whereas. Our Heavenly Fath
er has seen tit to remove from among
us one of our Biv-thers, Ray Clifford,
a brother that was always faithful to
our Sunday School Class, and who
was always present when able to be
with us. A good citizen a faithful
Father and Husband, and a loyal mem
ber of the Church.
I'.c it thewfon- ir.-oi-.od b ;he Men'
l'.ible t lass of the l-'iist Methodist
Iclmich of Wayne-viUe:
' FIRST: Thai we the member- of
! the Sun. lav S.-hool C!a-s grea'.K miss
Mr. Clifford who has been taken from
among us by a wise and loving Fath
er who doeth all things bet. 1
SECOND: To this family, we ex
tend a warm and sympathetic love.
THIRD: That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the bereaved family
of Mr. Clifford, that a copy be kept in
the records of our class, and that a
copy bo published in our local paper.
R. il. Klarkwel!
T. 1.. Hramlet
Clrovei C. Davis,
iudou : " We'll
I u-; !o :ng in an
i a ; ,1 in gi o
eiti -i ii. and it i- but fitting that this1 v,,u ,.,,,,),
e-oiuiaic oi nis nie anil cuaiacier o j ,v . f '
one who had known him long should;
be put on record I "lu' u' .il ;n ... bu and pro
Peace to his a-be- l.iu.e.i a pict ure of Abrah.r.i. I.iiuriln
likeil bv evervbodv, a
leveloping the charac-
dav of his
tor which wa- to be the
thing in his life till tin
About 10 ot 1 1 years later ( 1 S!'!l )
he amc to V..yni'.-viIle to 1 i- audi
from thin on until his dealh 1 saw him
in the summei - when homo on my va, I
cations and canv to know him well.
From 1!05 to 'I'U'.i 1 was Professor of ,
Hiology at the North Carolina Col-j
logo foi Women and toward the close .
ink better way
WOMfJX w ho get into a wea. run
ilo ii icaditiou can haidh expect
to lu- five irom 1 1 iiutili soiue "ftnai 1
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E. T. lHVKKTT, Prop.
M AIN STREET NEXT W ESTERN I NION
Teacher "If I tako a potato and i
divide it into two parts, then into
tour parties, and each of the four
parts into two parts- what would I
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List Yomr JProperty
GIVE IN YOUR POLL
LISTING Begins April 2nd
Beaverdam W. W. Pless.
Cataloochee Flora Palmer.
Cecil Charlie Moody.
Clyde Carter Osborne.
Crabtree Claud Williams.
East Fork Willie Burnett.
Iron Duff Jarvis Chambers.
Ivy Hill-Jim Plott
Jonathan Medf ord Leatherwood.
Fines Creek Hiram Green.
Pigeon R. A. Cathey.
White Oak-Ben Wright.
Waynesville C. C. Francis.
All property owners and taxpayers in said township are required to return
to the List Taker for Taxation for the year 1934 all the Real Estate, Personal
Property, etc., which each one shall own on the first day of April, or shall be
required to give in then.
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 years are to list their polls
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 misdemeanor
and upon conviction fined or imprisoned.