The Best Advertising Medium In Haywood County Published At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National l'ark Head by Thinking People
Till IcSDAY. 0( TOUEU 1. 1931
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Company H Back
From Strike Duty
In The Piedmont
Local Unit Of National Guard;
Have No Trouble While
In Strike Territory
Company H of the 120th Infantry
of the National Guard, which is com
posed of sixty men under the super
vision of Captain Geoge Plott. Lt.
Paul Martin and Lt. Grady Boyd, re
turned to Waynesville last Friday
after being on duty in the strike area
of the Piedmont section for 23 days.
They were called out at midnight
on September the 5th to report for
duty at the Clinchtield Mills at Marion
where they were stationed until the
10th of September. After that date
they were transferred to CTifFside,
N. C, where were three mill.s under
guard. Cliffside Mills, where towels
were made and Avondale and Caro.
leen, where cotton prints were the
products. They report no trouble
with the exception of the last named
jriill. where the strikers were most
Tesentful of their presence. At the
other mills the workers did not desire
the strike and were impatient to be
back at work.
1 he men. however had a real touch
of army life in their manner of liv
ing. 1 hev were quartered in tents
and the mess sergeant and the cooks
prepared the food. Upon their return
home they were paid for their first 10
lays of service and the remainder to
be sent to them within the next few
Small Plot Yields
800 Lbs. Tomatoes
It doesn't necessarily take a farm
er to raise tomatoes! according to C.
A. George, local cafe owner. Last
spring he prepared a plot of ground
twenty by twenty feet in the rear of
his cafe and planted it in tomatoes.
Up to October first he had path-.'
ered over Kill) pounds from the plot,
and indications that ho will get more
before frost. He used the tomatoes
in his cafe and. kont accurate chock
on all that was gathered.
Florida - Delegation
Stop In Waynesville
A special good-will delegation from
St. -Petersburg, FUl -, stopped in Way
nesville Thursday night en route to
Chicago and other northern points;
There were six in the - party which
included W. A. Kenmeui'r, Keyes
Beech and the Sunshine Soroliadors.
John H. Barker Frank O. Riley, Jo
seph J. McAnlan and Floyd F.addy. -
This is the second annual good-will
tour for the group. 1 hey came here
direct from Atlanta, and left Friday
morning for Asheville. From Ashe
ville they will go to Knoxville, Cin
cinnati and then on to Chicago.
The group was met here by J. W.
Ray, Fb L. Withers. Dr. S. P. Gay,
JR. Latham. C. K. Ray. Jr., and W.
C Ru-ss- The Florida visitors were
given supper bv the Chamber of Com
merce at the W. W, N. C. Cafe.
WHEREAS the destruction . of life
and property by fire is .a matter of
concern to everyone, and
WHEREAS the reduction of hie
waste can be effected in d.ie.l pro
portion to the amount of care ex
ercised bv all people, and -.
WHEREAS the Frcsi tent of. the
United States, for ..the benefit of the
American people as a whole and
with the view of arousing the peopla
of the. Uni'c;: States to . the impor
tance .of eliminating our enormous
fire waste, has proclaimed the week
of October 7 to l.
FIRE PREVENTION WELU
THEREFORE, I. J C. B. hhring--haus.
Governor of the state of North
Carolina,-do hereby proclaim the week
of Octobe;- 7 to Li to be FIRE PRE
VENTION WEEK in order that the
people of this State in every commu
ity shall individually, and through our
various organizations, discover and
correct existing lire hazards, pro
mote measures of punlic and private
fire protection, extend instruction m
fire prevention among adults, as
well as school children, and arouse tha
people generally to the need lor
habits of greater care, and to this
end I appeal to our citizens to thor
oughly cooperate with the various
fire departments throughout the State
and I request that every Mayor issue
a Proclamation. I earnestly solicit
the cooperation of Chambers of Com
merce, Civic and W omen s clubs, and
Done at our City of Raleigh, thia
25th day of September, in the yir
of our Lord, one thousand nine hun
dred and thirty-four
J. C I?. EHRIXGHAUS.
Bv the Governor:
S G. C- Powell.
- Private Secretary.
Junaluska Man Is
Killed By Train
Dewey Gaddis, 20. of Lake Juna
luska, was killed early Sunday morn
ing when he was struck by a train.
He was about half way between here
and Lake Junaluska when killed.
The body was mangled beyond rec
ognition. His clothing, some keys and
a pocket-book were used to identify
the body, Parts of the body was
found several hundred yards along
the tracks. One of his hands was
found in Hazelwood, and a leg of the
mangled body was still on the front
of the engine when it reached Hry
son City, officers said.
Gaddis was seen in Waynesville
last Saturday night and he is re
ported to have told friends he was
going home and walk the tracks- It
is believed he fell asleep.
The train was neroute t0 Murphy
from Ashevule to transport a group
of CCC workers. Race Moody
ville. was conductor and Knox
The deceased lived with bis
er at Lake Junaluska.
Think Delay In
Letting Soco Gap
Road Has Direct
Bearing On IMVay
Raleigh. The delay on the part of
the U. S. bureau of public roads in
Washim'-ton in annrovine the cOll-
. . - - -..II- n - - - i
tract for the construction of the Soco'
Gap road in Jackson county line,
winch when completed will open up a
new eastern entrance into the Great
Smoky Mountains National lark
from Waynesville and Asheville, is
beiny; regarded by several of the en
gineers in the state highway and pub
lic works commission as indicating
that the government may delay ap
proval of this proiect with a view to
including it in the , park-to-park, high
It is pointed out here by highway
department engineers that if Secre
tary Harold L- Ickes decides to have
the park-to-park highway follow the
route recommended by North Caro
lina engineers, that it will enter Ik
Great Smoky .Ma'untaitis National
Park through Soco Gan and follow
thi' identical route naw already pur
veyed for a state highway and for
which the contract has already been
let. Some four or live weeks ago
the highway commission authorized
Work to proceed on this last link lit
the Deilwood-Soco Gap highway as
soon as the U.S. bureau of. public
loads should approve the contract -.But.
in spite of repeated telegraphic
queries- from the highway engineers
here to Washington, no word has- yet
been received authorizing the com
mission here to proceed with the
Since the parK-io-parx nigiiwav
will be built under the immediate su
pervision of the U. S. bureau of pul)
lie roads many here, believe that the
reason the present Soco .Gap project
is being held up is that the North
Carolina route for this highway is
still being considered, in which event
the Soco Gap link would become part
of this great scenic highway. If this
does riot turn out to be the case, the
Soco Gap link will be constructed
with federal funds set aside for the
building of this highway.: and the
$4f)o. (100 which the state has set aside
from its allotment of federal aid
funds can be used for additional road
.construction work in other section?.
First Bear Of
; The first bear of the season was
brought in to Waynesville Monday
afternoon by George Plott, Jr.. John
Plott and Vaughn Plott, The party
taking advantage of the first, day of
the season bagged the 12o pound bear
on Campbell's Creek-
Eight dogs W ere used in the hunt..
: Reports coming in from veteran
hunters indicate that this season will
be one of the best in many year..
Squirrels are more plentiful than
unusual, they report.. '.;.:
800 Gallons Beer
Eight hundred gallons of beer and
a mammoth still were captured Tues
day in Jackson county by officer? from
here in company with Federal i.tTieers,
No arrests were made at the time
of the raid.
Those making the raid were: John
Norton, Rov Reece, John kerleyyrCarl
Medford, and Dewey took.
BIRD CltASIlErTu IVDOW
I MRS. -ALLEN'S HOME
. Mrs. R- L- Allen had a most un
usual experience Tuesday morni rig
when a pheasant crashed through a
plate glass window in her dining
room. . .
Mrs. Allen was in her .library when
the "intruder crashed in," and upon
investieation found that the bird had
lost its head when making the un.ex-
Case Is Settled
After 4 Years
Total Cost Of Trials Over $10
Piece Of Property Set At
$1,000. Tried 3 Times Here
After being in court for four years,
the case of Collins vs. Boone came to
an end last Wednesday, when the
third jury rendered a decision for the
third consecutive time in favor of
tJus Boone and settled for all time
the dispute over a piece of property
1(5 feet wide and tapering down to
nine feet for a distance of several
The Mountaineer, learned during
an interview with some of the par.
t ies involved, that approximately
$2,250 had been spent by the defend
ant and plaintiff and at least $7.r0
by the county, making the total cost
f $;t,OO0 for fie case over the land
in question- The bind had an actual
valuation of $10 on it when the case
was first carried to 'court four years
The dispute was the outgrowth of
failure to determine the corner or
beginning point. It was interesting
to find that even land in the town
of Waynesville 1'iad the "lost" corner
for a beginning, although the post
of beginning was several miles away.
I he " lost beginning was a' land
mark that bad been established some
lifiv years ago. it was pointed out bv
one of the parties. ,
'live case .wan .'started in court four
years ago. and has been to the Su
premo court twice and tried in Hay
wood courts three times. The Hay-'
wood juries rendered verdict; favor
ing Gus Boone- Mrs. Belle ( ollms.
plaint ill', appealed to the - Supreme
court twice and was granted a new
i trial each time. After the verdict
was returned last Wednesday the
plaintiff decided to end the case.
The land is along a di'.il i and in
volves the entrance to property furth
er back from the main highway-
The trial during the four years has
created much interest in tl'le county--in
fact.", sometimes the attendance
at the trial equaled that a murder
Whitey Russell Is
Coaching This Year
Friends here will bo interested lo
know that Whitey 'Russell former all
star halfback of Wake Forest, is
coaching the freshman team there
I his year.
Russell had a -! back when he
found that three of bis- main players
would not be. eligible to play. After
the upset Russell was. reluctant to
hold . any high hopes for (his. year's
team, but that he had a hard work,
ing, .scrappy bunch of boys.
Their present schedule includes Oak
Ridge. Carolina. Duke, State and prob
ably Eastern Carolina Teachers Col
Rev. II. . Baucom addresser! the
pupils of the high school at the reg
ular chapel exercises on Wednesday
morning. His subject was "What are
vou worth?' The program of the
morning was under the supervision of
1'r.s , Rr,v(
Big Ben Section Has A School
For First Time In 20 Years
( B J. C. Haynes.)
This year for the first time in nearly
20 years the children in the Big Bend
section of Haywood county ere at
tending school. The Big Bend section
lies on Pigeon River in the northern
portion of the county and is possibly
the most inaccessible section of land
in Western North Clirohiia, no roads
into this section, visitors are few, and
infrequent. Few people know this
part of the county which has-been the
scene of several tragedies in the past
To reach the Big Bend the visitor
must go on foot, either over 'rough
mountain trails', -or' from W'aterville.
at the Tennessee line, un an abandon
ed lumber railroad. In either case
it is a ten or twelve mile hike.
Pigeon River, runs through the sec
tion and few places afford the visitor
a greater variety of wild scenry. In
places sheer -cliffs rise- five hundred
feet from the river, the bed of whicn
is ''filled with massive boulders of Vi
nous, colors which the water has pol
ished, .bringing .out the beautiful
colors of the different varieties. ' Deep
pools and waterf alls which would de
light the eye of the fisherman and
the artist are frequent. Trees, ferns,
and vines combine to ;give the land a';
semi-ttTpic appearance in summer,'1
wild flowers are plentiful and of many!
color?.' " '
It is well- worth the' long tramp
necessary to reach the Big Bend to I
view the wonders ;of nature in this
lcgirn of wild beauty.
Met Here Tuesday
The Haywood county oxciitivo com
mittee of the IVnuv.raCc party was
in session here Tuesday night, making
plans for the election in November.
All member.- of the committee were
Chririnan Sam M- Robinson said be
had.r.e statement to make regarding
he meeC.T'g, as it was an adjourned
session and another .meeting of the
committee would be held within a
Short Circuit Is
Cause Of $225 Blaze
A short circuit in a radio on the
second floor of the building where
Eikcraft Industries are located caus.
ed a blaze wlu.h did about $22.r dam
age to the building, stock and equip
ment. The fire department laid three lines
of hose to the building, as it was
feared the blaze might get to the saw
dust in the rear of the building where
the machinery for making inlaid
woods are located
Mr. Erk stated that the reason the
damage to the stock was not any
more was because of the high grade
of finish used in making the inlaid
woods. The water seeping through
the (idling was easily wiped from the
stored stock bee. .use of the finish.
Haywood P. T. A. Is
Winner Of Trophy
At the- sixth annual meeting of the
Western I list net of the 1 'a rent-I ea b
crs' Associations of North. Carolina,
which was held in C anrller on I uesrlav
tire Haywood Associations tied with
those of Buncombe county in winning
the silver cup offered annually to the
county group having the.' greatest
number of standard' ami superior as-1
sociatioiis. This coveted prize is com
peted for by the IS counties compris
ing t be . r!i. ! riot.
As a result of the tie Haywood
county is lo keep tin' cup for -the, first
six months id' the 'year ami at the
expiration of that length of lime I .he
cup will be transferred to the Bun
combe county associations. - Another
honor coming -to. Haywood associations
was tin- winning of the banner pre:
sonted to the county group having
the large,-1 increase in iuembo.rshi i
during' the year: Bulb priy.es were
accepted by .Mrs. Jack Mossor, pres
ident of (In1 Haywood -county council,
who is proving such an able leader in
I he P. T A. work- .
At 4 lie moot ing rm Tuesday in ('an
rller' M I -. Williin Poveiidoi I',' of Ashe
ville, di.-t.ief president , presided.
There- were- i!-'!;"r iii .n! tendance with
25 delegate.- icgisforerj from Hay
wood coii'ily. The program wis fea
tured by many 'of the prominent P.
T. A. leader- of t lie- stale among
whom wore: Mrs. W. B. Ayriii-k.
Slate provident, '-tit; Raleigh, Mrs.
Curtis' Hyiium, of A hsovillc, past stale
president, and at present member of
the 'National board, Dr. Frank How
ard Richardson. of. -Black" Ml. and
New' York, Mr 'Clyde Erwin. super
intendent of the Ruthcrfordtnn Schools
Dr. Flank Wells superintendent of
the Buncombe county s. bros, anil
.Mrs. Ravmond hinefnrd. of Greens
boro, a past state president and at
present the state field secretary,, Mrs.
C S. Freeh of Canton, the past dis
trict pie-idont, h id charge of. the
:ind her booth was a.' very
popular .'place, at the meeting.
.This community, ''embracing' a ter
ritory about 111. miles wide and 12
miles long is . occupied by a dozen
families and their'.. are about :0 chil
dren of school ago living here who
until this year either, walked !) or
1(1 miles, to. attend .school or attended
no school. ; ; ,.:
Twenty years ago. a school was
taught a few months in a little log
cabin, but . that 'was ..abandoned and
since th'.t time no school, no religious
meetings,' no., corhmunity gatherings
of. any kind have been held in this sec
tion until August 27, when the pres
ent school was opened.
There would be no school in the
Big -Bend today except for the efforts
of RolK'rt H. Gibson, of Waynesville.
Mr. Gibson- one of the case workers in
the.Havwood County Relief Admin
istration, is intensely interested in all
phases of welfare work especially
educational and religious training.
He is t he son of Rev. 1. F . Gibson,
a Methodist- minister, he saw service
over seas in the World War, is a
Mason and an active church member.
Mr. 'Gibson visited' the Big Bend early
this year in his capacity as case
worker and found the lack of edu
cational .facilities appalling, religious
training and knowledge almost ab
sent. Believing as he did that lack
of education1 for mora! training are
responsible for much of the world's
suffering, -he promptly set out, to es
tablish the things most needed in this
cContirrrrt'n on b: ck page; :
Election Board To
Meet On Saturday
J. 31. Long Resigns From Hoard.
Succeeded By Virge Mc
Clure Of Canton
The county board of elections will
meet here Saturday morning to name
the registrars for the two newly creat
ed precincts in Waynesville township,
and together with the registrars the
markers for the entire county will be
J. M. Lone;, for many years a mem
ber of the board of elections, recently
resigned, and in his place Yirge Mc
Clurc, of Canton, ha. been named.
In making his resignation Mr. Long
stated that bis private business would
not permit his devoting time on the
Uiarrl. The other members of the
hoard are M. (',. Stanley, chairman,
and George I.. Hampton. Canton,
Week Will Be Ob
served Next Week
President Koosvvcll And dovci
nor Khringhaus Issue Pro
clamation Urging Safety
In keeping with National Vire
Prevention Week, which will be ob
served throughout the nation next
week. I' ire ( hud. s. II. Stevenson, ol
the. local lire department had-'made
mention of a lew common causes of
lues- He said m part :
"A careless discarded match or ci
garette mav start a lire that rlr-s
a homer a slorc or factory. Sec that
all 'smokes' are safely '-disposed of j
and never' throw a ''match' until you f
know il is out Keep ' matches', iiw ay I
I rom children and keep them at. home
t l ho child i rot cannot e,et to
"In Noilh Carolina we 'generally
start our furnaces ami -'other healing
appliances during the liiv-t of (ictober.
.Fire Proven! ion week, always I ho first'
or 'second week 'of .-October, is I be
ideal time to in -poet. -II -ilch appli
ances anil t Ills- leaves olio, I wo or three
weeks lo 'have I he necessary icpj:r
inado. Inspect all stoves heaters,
-niokr pi pes anil i liinini'V- ,nd Hues.
I'loai 't be-in and see thai all lic'dod
lepaie are made before yon . .s-ja.fl or
allnw tlie -winter tires' to be Marled.
H Ihr-.e I- ..ny wood willlilO i feel
of a Move, furnace or lii'il-1 "i sinnk-'
pi p",- ei t tier' move the lo-alei. -sinvi-furnace
or smoke pipe oi the Will Ml.
I !'' general ly cas ier I o n:o
but if imp', ar'l ionblo io n
I In a olio lily iiirilocl wood
is closer I ban idghleen" in'c
NO CHANCKS MOVF (INK
III V. ( I'l'H F.R or else "you will bavr
MOVF 'iOl'KSI'il.F and Unit .in a
li u r t y. '
"Look for i i a - !,.- in all i-b i m lev s
anil Hues ami if you find one, bav
it fixed, Fire will certainly find it if
you ilon't and lire has a way of 'fix
ing a 'crack in the . chimney'- which is
never very satsisfaclory to the pi'i
son living in the house. Fix the ciai'k
before the fire fixes the hou-e.
"Keep the basements, attics and
closets- free from rubbish and trash:
'Use "'metal ash .carts - .and -'trash bar
rels and keep the ash fans away from
Anything that can catch fire. As; soon
as the trash bar rid gets anywhere
near full, take the trash oui anil carry
it. '.a good ways f nun the 'house or a ny
other building and burn it-
"Gasoline has found its way into
nearly every homo, in '..t he land and it
is just as 'dangerous, if not more dun-,
gerous. than, the gasoline tbat: your
g. anilnnithr r used away out iff t bo
back yarrl years ago. One nianu
fai'tuii'r: of this .'product advertises
that one gallrin will lift. the. Kmpii.e
Building; . They aren't'.', fooling,, it
Will. -do it.- Think of what our. gallon
or; one quart will do to youi: home
If you must u-e it around the housr
treat it just like you -would dynamite.
Keep oil, stoves, burners, and lamps
clean and in good repair and then
be very careful with tho.nl" for even
when clean,- theie is still an clement
f rlangcr of fire ami KXPLOSION.
"Consider what you would do if
the house in which . you hve catches
on firn. . All children . " should be
taught, how to get out even w hen .the
regular way of going out. is 'blocked
and all larger children . anil, -.adults
know how to communicate- with the
fire. department by the (ire alarm box,
if any, anil the telephone.
"Fire extinguisher's. . water buckets
for fire duty, anil garden hose kept
ready for quick use anil, used Ypjickly
and intelligently may be worth more
than a whole fire 'department ten
minutes later."! . -r .''
HAYWOOD CfTUNTY YOUNG P FO
RI I SI NION 10 HOI I) MI I TING
1 he Haywood County Young Peo
ple's Union will have their regular
monthly meeting, at. 'Clyde on-' Monday
October the Mir at the Mcthodi.-t
church. At this time the newly oloet- j
ed : officers will '-'assume their duties i
and a large , crowd is. .-expected. ,A
program of exceptiotia! interest lias j
been ph'-hped' '.for. i he'.m' : :'i';.;; : : v!
County Fair Opens
To Large Crowds;
Tuesday Gay Day
Thousands Attending Fair, And
Tuesday Was Busy Day With
Fair And Circus Here
Tuesday w.v- a gay day in Way
nesville. The Haywood County Fair opened
in full swing, and Bobbins Circus
brought to Waynesville for the first
time in many years- all the usU:rl
freaks and sights of the tented city.
The circus did not stage a street
parade, but brought their band un
on Main street tor alxut an I .
while the bands from the fair tra.
od over the streets in trucks and .
eying banners about the fair.
The ballon venders and the usu .
followers of a circus and shows were
on hand to mingle with the crowds and
to lend color and atmosphere to the
It was estimated that approxi
mately o.tiOil wera in town attending
cither the circus or the fair during
the day. The fair grouds reported a
splendid attendance and the circus,
business was up to par or better, ac
cording' to officials.
The circus and. the fair grounds
being on the Dellwood road caused
heavy traffic in that section of town
Tuesday and Tuesday' night, but no
accidents or disorders were reported.
At the fair :ho r.k,' c ceded the
expectations of some of those who
have been working on the projects
for sometime. Two large tents are
being used to. 'house the exhibits, the
large,- lent being for farm products
ami poultry, ami the smaller con
necting tent contains the exhibits of
auto dealers and some merchants,
The midway of the fair grounds is"
proving to bo popular, there being a
la i i'r
i in i)t ber of a in u.-o MU' !j t s. logct her
i half 'dozen rir more rides.'
i wit b
The baby pageant on Tuesday. after,
boon was an interesting . event, with
i bout" 2,i taking hart. , . I he winners
given silver- cups in each divi-
The" winners in I lie limit ' division
weie the children of the following:
First, Mr- -Rufus Gordon, .-eeutid.
Mrs. Itu. less", third- Mrs. .1. C Mor
row. In -the' walking divi-h-m 'the.
I he winners 'were children- of: First,
Mrs. llovle; .second, Mrs Fi. in r and
lliir.l, Mrs. Phillips.
To, l a v .
all l irtie
of Hie t'o
nt' the ci
d .lay fr.r the
'I'iiii. day, i.; ladies day, .iml
will be admitted I'lee. Out.'
il un'.- of t lie fair will be t be
riding on .Friday night.-
ollii ials dl' the fair have, an
I I hat siici-ia leatuics and
prize-- will in . i k the high light'of
Sat unlav'-, r-nt e rta i n tin i i t -
( Intv one 'arrest was made
by tlie. sheriff's department,
learned here- WeilnesilaV.
jn i : o. k. s, to iioi.n mi;i; itn(;
'The Waynesville chapter No.' H'i.'i of
the. O K, S. will hold the regular
slali'd nieeling in tin' hall in the
Masonic ' Temple' . on the evening of
Thursday. Oclnbor the 1th. at 8
Disast rous' til es destroy 'each, year
pioperty --.of iiiaiiy kind.- to a. total
grraifer th .n the w'lirde value .of all
pioperty in the. Nation in the days of
our 'forefathers. This loss svriously
r Isi-tsinir noimal gain in .national
assets. ."' '.
. 1 1 i s t he siin pie 'obiiga'tion ' r'rf e very
riiizr'ai to iiaalize', ki'lowiiig this, that
a large proport m'n of t hi'.-e tires can
"be prevented b.y t.h ' :. exercise of pi np
prv. . arr- .and iy thi- . use .of apprd
pr'iafe life-p('ev(;ntion 'measures-.
: I call -pi-eial af tcntion to liie un
fiiiluna'i.' far 1 that ;i very 1 .lire .per
centage of., fire-- in ;eveiy. part of the
-Nation, i-''c.a-ust d by Jtcl.- if inilivid
tia'l eaia-'r---:-. and til. '.- millions of
dollars' ' wci-Hi '.of. pribt ity coujil be
prb-e.i f.l each yeaf l.iV the .realiza
tion on. tlie iait rif the . individual
of hi . or i.r r 1 e-pr, -:' ity to the
Now I HI r i I OF I 1 I R N K
1,1 N; li Rf (S. KYI-XT. President of
the Uiiiieil: States of Amerir-a,, rlo
lier.i-.by procliim and designate the.
week bcgiriliing October 7; l'J'!!,. as
I'Tre Prevention Week, and 1 particu.
larly urge' -States, anil municipal offi
cials, civic and commercial urgan
izations. schiKil authorities, the clergy,
and the -press to emphasize the danger
of am! needless waste caused by fire
hazards and the' disastrous consequen
ces i,f ti.i.. may be lH'eventei! as far
as Po--v.e; .'- ' :
IN Wll'N KSS WHFRKOF. I have
he'retititri set my hand aiid cause . the
of .the United States to be af-
tie, at the
. City rf Washington
of September, in the
ord nin-tccn hundred
''.of ".our. I
.thirty-four; - and
e ;of the'. Unit-el'
l tite Indepen
: --. of Amer.
i t lie one- hunlr
(1 M I
ITtANKI IN P.
' he President : .
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