THE WAYNESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
C. E. RAY'S SONS
WAVNKSVII.I.K ni'.vc- f.,rwa: ! t
centralize ;'- '!,;, -nbcr -f Com-iih-m-c
a -i! '' A-i.i y-.ur .-up
l)it ii'i.l !'' - : ' a Iiijij-'i
belli ,-.i!ii!i:vi!i:t:- .
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COM. Alt AMI (1 I I S !.!
ordinate but ::i.i--it;tr.t I
vou.- i-l'ilf...'. I v-. ;- 1 ;.-
Ueuuilirig. Iuimiu tin-
V(iu may ..M-t t' tin,! u.-
i n (4" a nice a - oi 't merit.
KII'IM.KSHKKN a new A. 1! '
t'abrn - -po:-t ripes and check -
IP,, a ard. Clipper crepe-
out -'.anding ipiaiity in a wa.ii
silk a.-jl:. .-..I...- -tripe--l."
M) Ill.Y CHM.IMtKN deserve If '
!y clothe-. Shopping with u y-n
can (lie-.- them t harniingly a: a
medium cxpcn-c. Il-nccially n
-izcs - t" li we have ino-t clfcr
( ivc drc.es and -Hit-. I'l'l't-d
tn $l. "".
TS have brim.- some of them
wide, .some of them medium,
sime of them turned down flat
to your head in the back all of
thorn flattering. To complete
your Kaster costume, they come
in navy, black, tan, and all liirht
colors ill straw and felt.
IIYKON HATS for men, Si-M)
Cor women, S.'i.OO are llamboyant
with coloifu' style. See in ir them
you will tind choosing easy. I'oth
-tyled nylr I ''i-iced rijrhl.
( IIM.DKKYS HATS for Kaster
natural colored leghorn .straw
trimmed with black velvet rib
bon. Also, in assorted straws,
just the thing to go with silk
dresses such a.s we have.
I'RKSTKiK beyond belief for a
$5.00 woman's shoe. This you
will find in a perforated tie in
; both blue and white. Honestly,
they are so attractive, we grieve
river each pair as it leaves.
SPRING" SHOKS K A S T E K
SHOES. We have captivating,
value-number.s that you will like.
Whites and blues are especially
Stood. . Blue .grays, third. Cani
hinations fourthand black,
Kpular ,;s always.
LARGE women naturally have
large feet and for even reas
onable comfort must be properly
fitted. Frequently we sell a size
H, We carry up to size 10. ('liv
ing a woman a good fit pleases
us and we try mighty hard.
WHITE SHOKS, $2,115 to 5.0(1.
Smart attractive values in dis-
' tinctive styles. You ladies will
re pleased. inililren.s shoe.
cunning styles of good
EXTRA LENGTH MENS
JAM AS are provided for
greater comfort of long legged
men. faultless at $1.95 and
IN MEN'S SHIRTS, we are espec
ially prepared to meet your needs.
5 roups at 71), 08, 1.35 and $1.95.
Wanting the best regardless of
price, a.sk for an Arrow ($1.05 1.
As second choice demand a Pied
mont-at $1,35, Plenty good and
WANTING an extra suit, ask for
a Griffon at $25.00. Wanting a
le-s price, just let Us show you.
(,ood values down to $12.50.
BIG BOY -Come get your suit
was the challenge last week.'-..
Every- time we went to bat, we
won. It pleases us especially to
ht a large man. Big Boy come
again. We still have some real
' mens clothes. .
TWO-PANTS SUITS are mighty
good buys for young men and
especially -when both the style
and price are right. High School
students will find we can meet
their needs splendidly. AVe have
scored" seTeral hits lately.
C DAY'S Sons
gates Will Go To
".") Haywood Republicans Met At
Courl.house Here Saturtiav.
New Chairman Not Named
T;;.- ,.,.. lurk - if ::a: Ml-.!.;. -iiv'A a
. ' :' .ar.ty-w.d (..ee'.ii.s :' ':..
Ha;, w in I K'-)J!.::i ..!:- a. '.In- rt
ii-.u-t- i.i-;-- la-t Sa'ui': y .. : '.-i':i , 1-.
;-.'. '.v:.:cn "..iii" -"in. ,. v. eic ,;i at
t 1 . i a : :: v. a - :i ''a :i. a of
: .J.V.'.1' .ii-JeLN. - : '-' e l i.-
i. Sei n-t, f t ai!'...i:, :..
Ua- i ii-a-a: -Liup.'l .l .
T'lu- i-i-ii'ii'mii wa- ..' .-.-i
Gii-ei., "!' till, c.ty, v. (.i -U
a ni .tio'i ' hat delegat :"ii
unir. -'. ' Ji-''-'l. Af'er - .ni.
.- ill, '. la- aa ! ,11 .- 1 1 !'.! .
Al.ii; Waid iii-.iiiiia-M a'!- ra y
', a - liaini-d Ic.'iip.'i i;.' i-:ia: -man
ihe 1 1 ( j j Li i il a-an cuiivei. ".:;
ai,-. liar!'-;,- Wright, f I ai.-.ii;. -r.atlie.i
.-(-.-1 eta i y. 1; wa,' o.pc.'
nam,, a ,-h lirniaii lit Sata i day'.- a;--'-mi!,
bat actiun wa- d'ferred until a
later mee'ing cf the oiiiM-ntaT:.
(Ilc-iiii A- Boyd, county chairman,
wa- given the power to -elect t(Je
conniiittce to nam,, the iifte. u de!.?-gate-
to tin- ,-t etc cull-. ef;t ion and n
like iiunnie of alternate- The statu
coli'.ention meet- n A p! i. at ' '.ha i -lotte.
He nained !',,.- that pill io e,
.1. I!. Mann, lieavei dam T I., (ireen,
Wayne.sville. ,). A. Singleton, Ivy Hill,
.Marion .Mc.-.,cr, Jonathan'- (reek,
and .John W. Shook, of Clyde. The
committee to the ?tate convention will
(in uninstiucted or unjih-ilttcd in any
Funeral For Mrs.
Buet McCracken, 75,
Held Here Sunday
. ''Uncial -ci vice- were held .Sunday
afternoon at the l-'ii.-t MethodUf
church here for M rs; Mue McCra.-ken,
7'i, who died at her home about one
mie. from town K.-iday night. Key.
Paul Hardin,' .Jr., iondu. ted the I'un
efil. '. Interment wa- made a', tiretii
Jl ill cemetery.
.Mis. .McC.-acken was the younge.-t
of nine daughter. She is survived
by ony one sister, .M''s. Cindy ( rymcs,
who i.s now 01) years od 'mil the oldest
of th,, nine isteis. Mrs. McCracken
was born in the old Battle House
which va.s wlie.e the post oflice. V
Besides her sister, the deceael is
survived by four .ons, Howell, Craw
ford Truman and Hiram; and two
daughters, Mrs. J. P. Kranei.s and Mr?
Guss Boone, all of this county. Also
surviving are 21 grandchililieu and
10 great grandchildren, .
Active pallbearers were six grand
sons: .lack Met .a'tjuen, Riliert Mc
Cracken W'ayiR-- McCr u ken, Kugtno
Mct'racke r ' 'alter Boone ami Henry
Honorary palll.eaicis v.ere: .1, H.
Howell; M. '1'. MeCiacken, B. Jr
Smatheis, V. ('. '. .Med for,'!, C. K. Kav,
J. R. Bovd. . II. Shelton, Jam.':, Mc
t.e in,- W. T Shelton M. .M. Xtdaiid
.1. C. Allen, W. ('. Allen, C. It. At-kin-on
W. T. Lee, .1. A. Fisher, T, I,.
Green, and K. II. Blackwell.'
Mrs. Dellinger Is
Winner In Contest
For The Third Week
The third week's pii.e for tho
"Krror Page" Vbk'h is lieing publish
ed in The Mountaineer was awarded
to Mrs. Bernard' 1'ellinger. 1-1L! Boyd
Mrs. Dellihgei rent in ner answers,
in a. hooklet W;ith each missjielled
word illustrated underneath the ad
vertisement in 'which the vrror ,ap
I'ared. There is still much intercut oeing
shown it;, the ' contest, and a - wide
Variety of answers are being received
each week 'anging franv jvnetry to
.The page of advertismenfs i- ap
pearing again this week, and some
one will he -.awarded $2.50 for finding
.seven error, and presenting theni to
contest editor . in the most original
and neatest manner. All answers
have to be in by noon Monday.
FUNERAL RITES HELD
FOR MRS. CRAWFORD
- Funeral-. services'.- for Mrs. P. P.
Crawford, 72. who died at her home
in Iron Duff township Wednesday
night at 12 o'clock after a long ill
ness, were held at the Antioch Bap
tist church Friday morning at 10
o'clock, the Rev. Forest Ferguson
conducted the rites. Burial was in
the cemetery at the church.
She is survived by her husband,
one son, Harley Crawford, and three
daughters, Mrs. J. B. Med ford, of
Waynesville; Mrs. G. B. Hoglen, Iron
Duff township; and Miss Lola Craw
ford, who is at the home place.
Mrs. Crawford was one of the out
standing members .: of the Antioch!
Baptist church, . 1
MRS. CHAS. MILLER'S
FATHER PASSES AWAY
The many friends of Mrs. Charles
U. Miller, a former resident of Way
nesville, will sympathize with her in
the death of her father, Mr. Kline, at.
his home in North Webster, Ind.
Mrs. Miller has made her homo with
her father since the death of her
husband several years ago.
W. N C. Democrats
To Go In Motor
cade To Raieigh
Thi.'-e Attendii'i.ir JackMin Day
Dinner In Raleigh Saturday
To Assemble At Carv.
: .... ...e .; .,( . 'a ivy :u nave all
... ' o .'i.i 1 1 at- from We-ttin North
1 .. a v.:. wiii attend the Jackson
In... !ir.!,er .i: Kah-igh oa Saturday,
.'.'.. !-: . a-.-emhle at Cary, a
.-.'..-.. a a 12 niiii's (''. ..f Raleigh,
'-" the 'aj.:t! a- a motor.
.... t a:.::vjnce I ye-tcrd v b
:: v.. : . .Jr. :' A ra-vilie,
' : a::: t ' " on ar-
!. a :' ra..:: -: alei-ient t-. toe paper
;-..-.;. M i V, r;, -on .-aid :
,i--eiiifde ;n ( ary at live
'-. c. aft'- no,,n of the olst.
A- ":!.". .'. w:!! niovt- out for Kaleigh
: :. -' : : y a :..!;, e.-cnt. All mem-
! . :' !: v iiirnittee are u.ged to
-I ,. ;. r- r- .-enta' gioup from
- -. '.'. ' e ; re-i -:t at ( ';.ry aim
...; '-, .;.'.' - .'it .,! time. All t,.r.,
-ii." - an i i a liner on them,
i - '. J'-v -" fa ! nat we will
i t, - i. !- .- ar-. All Demo
i -' - ;.. ;., tile pro-
' . -- . , ' -'..y!a- ville,
: ' he . n, ' i .ii and i.-;:.;-!
:.; a.: ."i-:ii"!:s i;:ve several
,.-,.i ',.-. i'-r. .:; tne motoi t'U'le.
Miss Green Buried
In Tenn, Sunday
.':.-- M;.ry (Ire ii , :;, died at the
.',' , ,,: .),.; parent-, Mr, arid Mrs. J.
I. 'ane.n, -' Ka-t -treet here Satur
el;.v :n, iniru' a; ,'. ::;o oYlo.k after a
Funeral .-crVaaS ,-ere held at New
p' it, J't nne.-sev her .former home, at
1 (,'rl'x k Sunday afternoon, The rite.--.
wit,, held at the Baptist church there,
with the Rev. Mark 11 -rri.-: officiating.
The fuiie.al party left here about 12
o'.-loi k Sunday
Surviving are her parents and three
s,.-u-i,-. Mi-. J. J. O'Malley and the
Mi--!.-, la an i Dorothy Green, all of
Amid shouts and jeers, the house
broke away from President Roosevelt
in open revolt Tuesday to override
hit; veto of' congressional plans for
bigger veterans allowances and more
pay for federal . workers. The bill
.cm- before the senate yesterday for
trie rinii! decision.
mue!' liistiU i refuge ship. Miot
:camed into the Sea of Marm.-a
'iday ,:fter .signalling Turkish
lis on the Dardanelles Heights
shv was 'bound for Romania with
i'a-senger aboard. . Whether
hi nisei !' v;.s ahetrd. tile .batter--
i .-, -1
'.i . l, cnti: .e.eii more 1 nan a
ago or had t ran - ferret! to an--hip
in the Aeuvan Sea was not
' . l ht
in Ixaii.-as ('itv's
u ipa! ekv tii;n i joined to
: .;r yt -tci day ... when a .bystander
.-'tire -imbed tv :s !ml!et wound suli'er
ed when he hanp-.-nd within range of
jelling gunmen of , the victorious
Air-. Calvin Coolidire. w-itlow (if the
::oth jirtvideiit of . the United States I
is again -pending the horse ' .show
season in Tiyon as the guest of Mrs.
Florence Barnard Adams . at her
winter home. "Slick Rock," on White
Oak .Mountain, .
Thoinas V.. Arrowsmith, assistant
l'tivt.,,1 Ct.vt.. .11...:.. jl; ....
ola ji.-tiici, iiLioi ney, saitl ,
yesterday- he had been informed
Vincent McGrath, bookkeeper of
the . Ruthoi ford National luink. re
ported missing at the same time a
shortage of approximately .','$55,000
was d.i.-cdvired in the bank's account,
w;us under arrest in Los Angeles.
l'i;irt-en tr;inientc n..v., 1,,,,-,1 t..
flf.Tlh riv.i ..,,., f 1U.,,,U tU 1,1 1
era Relief liuifeau in Lynchburg,
'n., last Saturday. Crease boiling
over on a 'stove was the cause of the
fire, officials said. Eight were white
and five negroes. I The race of trie
fourteenth rtian could not be ascer
G. H, Fair,' .former chief of police
Leaksville-Spray, was killed after he
had terrorized the community by
shooting through floors and windows.
He was said to have been crazed by
liquor. He was killed by a ' filling
station operator. .
Yates Stroup, of Mount Holly, was
fatally injured Saturday night while
boxing in a amateur boxing tourna
ment at the Asheville Y. M. O. A.
Young Stroup was a student at Mars
Hill Cnlfprrn. Tto -u-qo ,oc m,,- ro.
. - r- - - . . . . , n uo - v j-
resenting the college in the tourna
ment as the college does not partici-
DJil in hrivino1 nmnofitlcn Thn
coroner's jury said the accident "was
accidental and unavoidable,"
"Now all I want is one good meal.
I've never felt so hungry in my life."
That's what Mabel Wolf of Brook
lyn, N. Y., said after physicians re
lieved her of a collection of hardware
after an . operation on her stomach.
Including bits of glass, a teacup
handle and assorted nuts, bolts and
screws, they aggregate totaled 1.203
pieces of iron merchandise. She took
all the "nourishment" during the
five years the worked in a hardwaro
ihop. . . 1
The Waynosville Mountaineer hu.s
ju . received word that a:, eti.e:
i'i rev iTdii lof.n '.iffice ha- b', ett ...perteil
at the cvar.'y court hou-e Hayw-Aai
and farmer.- desiring loan- .-r.u!'i
I appiv between the hou..- of ::". A.
' M. t'j 5:00 P. M.
A --cording tc the regulator.- un-jer
wiiirh the crop luan.s ar,. t- t-. :r.a lc
thi- y'ei'.r, any farmer who -ecare, a
loan n.u.-t ootain a state me r.: t.on-th-.-
county production coji.t:i, wr.ere
,ne exi-ts, that he does not intyn i : ,
increase his acreage or produ'tiun in
violation of the Agrieuitura: Adjust
ment Admit. :.-'.ration p.ogiani.
In idUM.i- whue a c-.ui.ty i.i suf
l: n council ha- not beer, .-et u;,,
h i v any app.icantion lor a !;. will
no con-idered, the farmer who ap.
plying will hav,. t j vivv -ati,-:'ac'- ry
evidence that he i.s coopei -tltt.' with
the production control progran. ut
the Agricultural Adjustment Admin
istration. The maximum amount of an einer
irency crop 1 an that may be ohtaiiu-d
ty 'any one individual i- $250, the
minimum is 2.").
Ap;'!ica!l- iv f.r.- loan:, In any
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Sheriff of Haywood County,
subject to the Democratic Primary in
June. I appreciate the support you
have given me and will appreciate
any support given me in the coming
primary. If nominated and elected I
wiii serve the people to the very best
;f. my ability.
E. J. Hickman
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for nomination of Sheriff of
Haywood County in the Democratic
Primary in June. I will appreciate
the support of my friends and promise
if :k niinafed and elected to fill the
ollice to the best of my ability.
J. Lawrence Walker
i OR IiEI'KESENTATIV E j
I hereby announce myself lis a ran -1
lidate for the oflice of epre.seniat ive j
' ; liaywo-d County subject to J he J
action of the Democratic Parly in the
June Primary. 1 will appreciate any
support; given me by my many friends,
if nominatid and elected I will serve
all the people to the best of inv abi!i!j.
Oral L. Vates
Jl'DGE OF 20THl)TsTRICT
I am a candidate for Judge of the
2()fh Judicial District, subject to the
wishes of the Democrats of said diss
trirt at the Primary to be held on
June Second. Your support will be
(Jrover C. Davis
I hereby announce myself as a can.
didate for the oflice of Constable of
Waynesville Township, Haywood
County, .subject to the Democratic
Primary to be held in said county,
June 2, 19H-1 I will appreciate your
Well printed letterheads will give a certain pres
tige to your firm among those people whom you
write letters well designed advertising matter
positively stimulates sales and acts as a booster
to your representatives while neat properly
planned office and accounting forms promote
efficiency in the book-keeping department of
We are here to give you bet
ter printing, so that you can
bring yourself better results.
Printers of Better Printing
The Largest Printing Plant West of Asheville
amount from $25 to $150 may be ac
cepieu oy ine eniergency c u loan
uffice provided the farmer does not
have sufficient security to obtain a
'armer apptyn tor oi
ii'oie must n:-t make application to
th- -:o I A-ac atn.n tor,
ll! of tins
'i-o-iUL-llon C.-edit :
coll-ioel e l sUtti
othei credit i
e aooiicar.t may :
. ail lb'e
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