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THE WAVNESVILLIi MUl'NTAINEEii
THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 :
THE WAYNES VILLE PRINTING CO.
Waynesville, N. C.
V. C. RL'SS - Editor
W. C. Ru- and M. T. Bridges. Publishers
Published Every Thursday
1 Year. In County ... " $1,00
ti Months. In County .50
1 Year Out -ide f Hay v. aod O-unty $1.50
Subscription payable in advance
Knuied at the J .' office at Waynesville, N. C,
a Sfc:'!'ul !a-s .Mail .Matte'-, a- pi avided under'
t...- Act ..-f M.vch :;. 1 T1. November -'0, Kill.
Ull iiSD.vY. AUGUST L'.'J. 1 :! I
w vi: n.i.i: s wi-i.u kept cemetery
; i -. i : i i
i;: :::.iiv' r,--pu''. - Va,V!te il)e !:'. iit
a vi'.y, .yi-t tnt ie i- ;!:n;r thai we
.- j - h : l j .- ii!-pu- i ,, i - ' cities in,
!';'. i i. ' i ' v e!l i'.i'-.p' i. .. ':i;ci v ' v In I c.
Tk .,; . :'.-v-- i i: ' an 'in. - .. ,
V,',.viit-vilU' t rial haw a cemetery that
a '.. . 11 as ! he. ulle here. 'Hi 'e al'r few
via : ';a- itii ! vahial - ..iv in i !,;..! ". ' a-i ,'
: - in e cai-eil for as hi re. Ail if
i' eti - i ni the t ype 'if pi-cple making u p
"itt.'!:!'ii:? v, 1: indicate : hat h.- mvinui-y
: !..,.-1 i : i - si i II chrrisiieii and at
:' --pei -ci by 1 lie inahiienaia-i- of I,, nil i
e; r e-iaiiiii.' a' ' .!) la-i. iv.'-'ring pha-. .
.'-. '!!. ... e .!,V. . , IU-il el r ill. h- 'hie th'ise
aeaihtaia the ci '::i lei y l.vca'ii ;: a ! t ay all
hke ! ha' ehe: h 1 vp- .. I' .;!.. ill t he
i';i.i:y t!i'.(- i'''i';-ei',i!ly tiiaa ia ai.njv other
ANOTHER 'TEN ( OMMAN JOIE NTS"
1. K.'j) -ki,l chain- en your tongue; al
ways .say. less tiiaa-.Vi.il think. Cultivaie a lmv
persuasive voice. How you say it' often counts
t'e-.- mare titan ' you say.
'J. .'lake j I u.i . sparingly ami keep them
faithfully, iiii'inattt-r what it co.v. s yoii.
'!. XiA'ei-- let an (ipiiortu'nity pas- to say a
kin.l and cnciHii-aKin tiling to or ahout s inie
l)(nly. I'laist jrooil work done, regardless of
who did it. If cihicisin is inieriteil, criticize
.helpfully, never spitefully.
1. He interested in others; interested in
their pursuits, their welfare, their hotiies and
familie-. .Make merry with the.Tu re.iore,
and mourn wi:h those who weep. Let every
one you meet, however humlile, feel that you
regard him as a person of importance.
He cheerful. -.Keep . e corners of your
mouth tinned up. Hide ytur paiiis, worries and
disappointments under a pleasant smile. Laujrh
at jjfi'fid stories and learn to tell them.
(i. Preserve an open mind on all debatahto
questions. Discuss, but don't arjrue. It is a
mark of superior minds to disagree and yet be
7. Let your virtues, if you have any, speak
for themselves, and .refuse to talk of another's
vices. Discourage gossip.: Make it a rule to
say nothing of another unless it is .-omethine
good. '' i
S. I!e careful of others' feelings. Wit and
- humor at the other fellow's exper.se are rarely
worth the . effort, and may hurt where least ex
pected. .'.' ' :..'
. D. Pay no. attention to .ill-natured remarks
about you. Simply live so nobody will believe
them. Discouraged nerves and: poor digestion
are common causes of back-biting. .
1.0. Don't be to anxious about getting just
dues. Do your work, be patient, keep your dis
position sweet, forget yourself, ami you will be
respected and rewarded. Selected.
LOOKS LIKE AN UTTER FAILURE
Western North Carolina is unfortunate in
that it is receiving all 'he publicity being given
to Albert Teester, the Jackson County preacher
who permitted a snake to bite him in order to
prove his faith.
His "stunt" will perhaps mean many dol
lars to him as the world today is willing to pay
to see such folks. The movies offer good money
to such people, so after all it might be a paying
proposition to Teester, but the section as a
whole won't gain anything except a name that
most of the citizens within this territory be
lieve things about as absurd as the Jackson
As far as proving his faith, we feel that it
was an utter failure. As for convincing the
world that he had fit ir h himself that is ques
tionable. We have re-'p'-ct for any one's religious b".
liefs, bir we fee that extreme care -hould he
laki n when inti i pret ing toe scriptures, and
especially when such drastic methods of demon-nation
are lesoitcd to, a. ''"eester saw lit to
THE HUMAN' PKAiN
The f:ua:t;i brain doesn't wear out. It
I '.M 'A.s with (.!'. No: lone; before his dea'h
Vie ..;. . A. K le-on v.; ;L ., ' ' kep, hi
.Nolithflli iiiltloi-k. Me :,ail Oei-ll tain.'lljT. ... "'i
' of thing- lie W's goill;. 'e i ,,, net.
" Von i ,; j :.ei - .,; ,,.
! ing it nani." he i.-piieo. "K gio',s in power
1 with u -e. The only 'hing that grows ohl about
'f man r- his boily. If my stomach holds out
! I'll be iiuenting r.ew and better thing- at Kmi."
We are. convinced that Kdison was right.
Or coin ,-e. -on;" na n top : h ill king., o' h.'.'r.- never
'ISO til, '" . ,'eo -h. Lj,. ;,, V. il
aa- a good i,i ain and Uses u (;., Jijuit grows
: 'in ability as time gees on. -Wayne County
Xt -'Wayne. W. Ya.
BY LAvWP,ENCE -HAWpHOINE
We talk about our troubles,
And we think about our fears;
We wonder what will happen
In the coming months and years;
We worry, and we grumble,
And we dread, and we complain
And we've just about decided
Life is mostly grief and pain!
Wf rp.id ,"ho'.it dpnre?sions.
And we hear about hard luck;
e lose our joos or incomes,
And we almost lose our pluck;
We view a lon procession
Of misfortunes, woes and ills,
And wg fine! ov.'??lve?i surrounded .
By cur tt.xe?, debts and bills!
22 Years As
'JEmJM Wc-ll. there comes a day in Spring
.SSSr ..J&mfa&rt When all this sri-cf and worry Pk
Simply doesn't mean a thins!
The- batter and the pitcher
Got the-ir orders to bcin
-Ancl the only thin? that natters
to r.c.Xi ir.c home tccrn :ir.
i (From the file of Augu.-;
! ML-f. Jessie -Meody ::.
iiay in Asheville .shopping
-Wessj'js. Hunic.- lJiutt
J isJi 'fiu tj Atlanta- c:-
-Mr. Ltno.i- Gwyn, tm
trat.er oj' J?prir.da!e. v t.
, :-.l-v lie ' Wednesday. ' "
Mis-es Hfcttie -Muck r. : j
.pent Tuesday at Sate... .
were iruest.s of -Mi.-s
-MesM s. Walter Knox,
i;ah H ,va: .! ant Jasuie ',:
-.veie et: tally WeJ!;es,:.;
;'-! Ha.pe.-s Spring ;' ,.
Mi.-.- Uiiliat! A:!,-;; -
Tiaa-ilav tv, v . .
' 'live K:V-;.- . r !: ;., ...-'
eat v ! e Mis Sl-s Kei.v t .
j it-1 KmMiui .Miller.
mfii 'ave Kin:- and M
ar.'t haval Mille.. It.. .
-i:: A! a. ira 7.... '
: .'. ('. St.iuii.
lEi s i (ii(;i;T rows and niiK of
I'lieie.'is no Mich a tiling as over-production
of miik in t.his County. Tint . dealers --may
he unable to .sell all the -milk now furni.vh'ed
t hem. . Hut. this iloes not necessarily mean u er.
production. Wha; it does rellect is under-c-o'i-siimjUioii.'.
A survey was made recently of families in
three cities. Tht.' cases of many thousands ''of
-hihlien wen- listed, with the astonishing dis-L-overy
mad-, that the average daily milk con--unip;ion
ol' these childnn was, less than one
Uvery growing child should drink a pint
and a half of milk daily to 'Maintain health and
facilitate grow t h. according to government ex
perts. Hut this survy shows they are not do
ing it, and the 'reason is obvious-M hey can't
We must not. attempt to restrict milk, pro
duction. That is the wrong solution of the
problem, and an exceedingly 'foolish one. Our
job is to raise living standards to the point
where parents are able to buy sullicient milk
for their children. Let the government forget
cows for a while aiul turn its thoughts -to our
children. Kx .
G lA i CES
liy W. CURTIS RUSS
vh: h .Ii
:ire 1 1''' -'"111
After several ;-: '
)!". sia; 'a: 'para-.es thei'e w:i- en -j
t;:e ;ki:.i' tie-, "W'l.at i. i'"l :'ei- I
wuitiiiff- that mud) t inie." hut g'.-e, '.::,:'.
it was fun !
v:...-k A. M
( aatv :"
at pahl.i.' . ,
ier fv ca-r:
r i f vi'eekl:
a:iv I'uii i -i t .f eeiiiu' that
injr land- and premi-i
int: in 1 1 aywiMid County. ,
-lira, and bounded ar.ti
Tiai-t N'-. 1, from i
st.eet. Ii. Ilia feet- to.
i'-iVi' in the l .;,,W Satn-il!iv.'t!!i' Smathers line;
iscus.-iiiK si'llinu- .-unie ii-eper-
Mia.t n-.-rs line . ,v
tine said: Well yni . ouyht t- be im-ncf tt"i '"' ;'.. ;
: .!! tiiat latin, to smiie rUCKer, . .'"". v'.1
i a ;
k- 1 have been Ie..
;.,a. . t.i.e -ne!e'u:i llr, K I'. U'aiKeiV
an e 2'. owi tig n.igei' and 1'iiygei'.. Of
i . ... ,.'.- J - :...-' M' l know' 'the. ealls.e -ci'.n
-olile n:e 111 ! ie I' -ii f ll : s
i o:-':, a : aa. !:'ef L o pa: a hii; red
a : e : st .en plate, el' s ol lie '.1.1 i t IK.
: a: r'l , laV . lie. . stujf.iied in .with two
;,. . ,s ' eia'.oe.- i ael; weahiii- .1
, I In iaiil the .-aine. sniiie,
-.- 1 ia...,- to' ai t't.ii.ai-iiJii a ...
i u ; ,:n.r.. e that was b.u le of it
I-or -i'V r.il v. i'ei'.s he had neell U-iHIi'.'-iy
i-iinr.u I'm l.,s niatei:.-.
they -ay . there's one home every
.i: : nute." ,
: Th,, o" her pi'-iinpUy replied; "that's'
all true, but Undine- one is the
trouble." . . .
.") i.Aii.ii. : -owaig f lasts .ait
e.-- ileltei (o-oAel- C- l'y.s tells J1H '
! area; a in in u lio t ok all jiriz.s ' for
Kiuiaii.i:' larg"' puiitpkius when Hay-
W :! e unty :;ad fails. It was told
on the man that just K'l'-re the i lie
d.ad he ellt it otl' about two feet
Ileal a:.; j'Unipaiii ami each nay placed
I the ia' a, ixv.'ti butteniii'.K.. i .ie
liaa terniilk vvas- iibsofa.e'i' into the
j i'Unaikai a. id it l hnveu on it.
.V.'laaiie.' that is -o or' net- I lia-vi
htard nveial tunes that waterilleielis
would ab-orb the t!av...r of liquor ' m
that ir.aiinei ' Maylie that would'
help increase sales of these Georgia
ine.oiis. . j
! out i,.e:ir . Uarner s Orcaar.d last
l-'riday a tVuck failed to niakt- a
curve and spilled their melons all ovr
the read. Several days later the
seuied ine'...ns were awful in. fact,
the-.e'.s lew things worse unless it i.
the 'odor of a dead rat that has gotten
into the walls and passed oil to glory.
la- feet. This being X
per surve'v of J. ( '. Havia -,
Sale inade tairsuant : .
- de coiifei'i'ed UJion the a: : -t
r a-toe hv virtue of a ,J, . ' : '
r, .. . r- , execute ! hv Mas Dollv ll'.e :. ;
Dut.e. of Fugleman husband- Hob Harding, a,-, i ,
A fugloman is a leader or exemplar, tier ti!. l'.i.'fli. and recordr - ,
Fornirrly a soldier cailccl a fugleman ' :;o. page 4i;il Record ' iif l'' - :
was detailed to standi before his :-:: Tnia of Haywood Couiityi
I amy or. regiment or at the liead of a Tiiis August lb. J'.i.'U.
i;!.. tiVner us m oi;p:e ,,ri ieo,ei in ,ir;" 1 R. VI it la i A ,
if. - . Title
" No..'.'::! Aug. l-2:!-'.,ii.-Sei.t. -'
Four (irand Opera Conceits for hcneflt of
BILTMORE and MISSION HOSPITALS
MON. - TUES. - WED Aug 27 28 29
McDowell High School Auditorium
Opera Company of New York
Conductors: ERNEST KNOCH Dr. KARL RIEDZL
(For 12 Years with Metropolitan Opera Co:)
TAXES ARE THE ONLY WAY
Governor Ehringhaus spoke wisely at Wil.
mington last week at the opening to the public
of the Wrightsville Beach Causeway, following
its purchase by the state, and the subsequent
abolition of tolls. "Taxes are the state's one
and only way of getting money to fulfill the in
numerable demands for worthy projects," he
said. "Remember, my good friends, you can '
ask without difficulty, but when we promise, we
must provide." When municipal, county and
state officials adopt the plan of speaking frank
ly on the cost of proposed projects, there will
be less demand for these projects, or at least
a greater opposition to them.pn the part of the
majority of the taxpayers, Stanley News and
PIIM'Y LICENSE . PLATES
I sirty ami obvnre license plates are a men.
aee today t ha' ; nould be watched very closely
and if the tivya aire, niotorist will notice the ma
chines which pass him by. he will be astonish
ed to see that only about one in every dozen
has a license plate that is properly displayed.
' The law compels the owners of machine
t keep their plates clean and wholly visible at
all times. .Many owners place their luimbor
plates behind the bumpers where they cannot
be seen or they permit mud to splash all over
them, and in many instances you can't tell
whether the plate is actually there.
Travellers often pile luggage and other
things over the license, which is contrary to
the law. It is needless to say that if you hap
pen to be one of the unfortunate persons who
get struck by a machine, you would be un
able to distinguish the license because of either
its location or the smeared condition.
While the auto owners are; asked to keep
their license plates clean and visible at all times,
many of them should also wipe off their wind
shields and rear glasses, because only cautions
of fhis nature will assist in reducing the num
ber of accidents. Many mishaps take place
each year, 'due to dirty windshields and poor
Seeing Judge 'Alley chatting, with
front of .the court, house, Saturua
na nnr.g hiought to mind the yarn 1
once heard aiMut a S-utli . Carolina I
r.egio who - was on trial for -tialing
chfeKetls. .... After the just had re-
turned the verdict, the '.iudtre .said:'
-Ra-tu.-. j.ny ii...s seen tit to ac
quit you of the charge. '
. ; Vith a Jes.k of dissatisfaction -oh
his lace, the prisoner saai: "Ys:
honor, tiot s ti'iat iiiean 1 ha.- to gave
back dem er.ii kt
Wi.y U a t!i .t little trilling things
that really tioii't seem humorous any
-the: time ai(, absolutely funiiv : in
ehu.eh? Last Sunday a little fellow
in fio.ht of .me had lo.st his two front
teeth. I':' course all.' of us have
parsed through that period of life,
and there '.s not much comeilv about
that, but I couldn't help but think of
the tiai., when I was in a similar pre
dicament a.; i tried "tn 'pat- rirn ir tlia
.... ... ..... VB
Now if there's anythink that'll, pot
one's funny bone upset, it is to see
a snaggled tooth person, trying to
eat corn on the cob.
Mondaj rtrnlns . Aida
rursilny Matinee .a traviata
Tuesday Evening .. Rls"-lfttn
Wednesday Evening ...
Cavallerla and r.iiaurii
Popular Prices: SI, SI. 50, $2, $2.50
Season Tickets: $6 JO and $8
iSat-' 2.2 Government St., Ashevillj
For Reservations, Write or Call
GEORGE COGGINS, Phone 4466, Asheville
No wonder the postoffice has a balance
left over this year. If all the money that has
been spent on sending "free publicity to news
papers had not gone through the mails, the
postal service would have been "way in the red."
Mrs. Jessie Smith, of Baker. Ore
Fon.. who is visit ir.c hr parents here,
was . mighty nice, to call, and said she
liked this column because it was hu
man: Thank you Mrs. Smith
Aastanger stopped in the office last
week and said: "Say. that's a .swell
building across the street there, what
is it. the postoffice?"
I told him it was Haywood's temple
of Justice, whereupon he replied:
' W ell, why don't you name it?' : .
. He's the tenth out of town person
to say that, j a
o long ago I was looking .through
some old school books of - mine, and
found one of the most common pas
times of that era which I had careful
ly done while the teacher was explain
ing some Latin of French phrases
which I cared nothing for. On page
I had written ".see page 17." on page
! was tne : notation "look on page
That page referred to page 93
'.'-''-. -a ' .1.'
A Sense of Values
Is especially important in the choice of those product
that ' affect the. .health and happiness perhaps the H,H
of the household. Purity and dependability Ml T
come first when the safety of One's family is threatened.
For thirty years ALEXANDER'S has been dedicated tc
the compounding of the purest and most accurate P'X'
scriptions that quality and care can achieve.
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