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DECEMBER 20, 1931
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f- J! ,r II THURSDAY,
Or. 1 W-AWLf
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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUXTAIXEER
s Hinton Silver
N O TES
w i x k :: i
that Japan w 'Lii'
r "iSJ Prune Yard Shrubs
During Winter lime
is also advisable, ho
the older" tranches
and yivt- new u'i'owlh
v i ; .
. i nin.e:
; N..rt!i Candina is
r.ua."y nr I--!ruary. J
;. Weaver, cd' the .S:a
vveathe!1 i;: ml r
a e- a: .-
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je hanus t'n.iii tin
sentence and take a
Jovornur and hi-cr.
main aim i.ea,
a (.Tea! .'-a.i ett tne
.Auto Tubs H' th!lt f''h"01
i.'it, tf, h,. niM.ii- in the i State employes
(IviK-nil Assembly to reduce the price
tif State automobile license tag
untinued incre;i-e.- in
I some increase in State gei
I revenues it is now bWteyi
in forme J iiuarters on (. apr.
HIT Di.'i'l-i IMN'l
.. iv olow was ileliver.
. :,ai "di-liibu-.i..;! of
: tne T.-caur- le.u! :me!.t con
ed a number .f spectacuatr ra;us
.itrhuut the couiltiy and arre.-led
e than eif-'ht hundred i
r u ;;'
teachers and other
stand ii K'ood chance
f having some of. tneir base salaries
tored by the Oeneral Assemoiy.
HVRXS IX I-KAI)
SUDDort 01 Kepreseiuaiive w.vi"--.
We are better prepared than ever to fill your needs
LARGER STORE LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
STOCKS AND AS ALWAYS AT POPULAR PRICES.
Dolls That Walk
Dalls That Talk
Dolls That Sleep-
All Beautifully Dressed. See
These Before Buying
Tennessee, bv the twenty-three mem
wis of the House of Representatives
from Pennsylvania, was generally
taken last week to indicate his elec
tion a.s Speaker
XI. W FUP.KSTS
The pureh;..- of additional lands for
national t'ure.-t- will be aided bv
KPUU.0OU allocated by the Presi
dent in addition to the $2i.it00,ui0 set
a.-ide in It-;:; for the purchase of
H,i)Ui),UU(J ace- of forest lands.
i-.vi-r : i': :'
;a; ef uliy,
. be in ur'
v as frui
otf, it is
t i .11
v. ii .d or
, banned by I e'no . ,
-, - ri done ian
new c -iviii ;' twi.:
: .: ..a' the open place-.
S .ir.f j'lant-. -u n a .
. !j;me.l llou-.v.j ),:-,
;i-v color a.n i
tile tWiLTS. A- olllv
ii.le eolored, it -:'
back the dd wo ..1 as mu
i Win-n phtnts are at. .-a
f ! their shape. ...iiv-h a .
-!:i-a !.-! spe -:!i.-n.-, Jh- ;
, !-huKi be elijpid re.juf
! n '." te de-i'j'n which. :
i When plants are yrafic
I to lie. re vi.'orou- tock.
: a. .
runinir, remove all the !-
di-ea.-. J. bi oken, and crossed bi-anche.s. I e . ,, w- hs which f
Hurti tw.gs infested with disease. It
DOUGLAS GKTS JOB
Lewis W. DoUgla-s, who quit his job
as Director of the Budget in Septem
ber, has been elected vice-president
of a large chemical concern.
Every type and make
that will make the boys
happy. Made of sturdy
material that will stand lots of hard use. Prices are
10c 25c 50c $1.00
SEE OUR LINE OF GUTS FOR THE ENTIRE
FAMILY . . JUST THE THINGS THEY WANT
IS CANDIES EB 10c
OPEN NIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Eagle 5-10 and 25c Store
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Treasurv financing has been espe
ciallv successful recently. Last weeK
a S7ri.00O.U00 offering of 182-Lay
hilU was oversubscribed more than
four times at a rate equivalent
0.21 per cent interest per annum.
Denying a statement quoting him
as saying that Japan would if neces
sary, gobble up Northern China" and
"tight both Britain and the United
States" for her policies in the Far
It's been lean pickings for State hired
help for the past two years.
Ciivernor Ehringhau.s hit one over
the fence when he appointed Capus
Waynick Assistant Chairman of the
Highway and Public Works Commis
sion. It is expected that he will suc
ceed Mr. Jeffress as chairman and that
keeps this important job in the popu
lous Piedmont ' section. In addition
the Assistant Chairman will appear
before legislative committees next
session ana that .s where he shines.
Jle ma'e an excellent record in the
l'J.'U House of Representatives and in
the Vj'A'i Senate and enjoys the con
fidence of members of both branches.
inac means, a iol wnen time tromes iv
iron out uilticuJties. It has ibeen
charged in the past that the Gover
nor didn't know how to make compe-.
tent appointments in line with poli
tical wisdom. Such a charge will no
longer hold water with those who
specialize in the gentle art of politics.
Several legislative veterans drifted
into Raleigh for one reason or another
recently have expressed the opinion
that tht -.11)35 session will not last
more than ninety days. These men
point out . that conditions which kept
the boys in the Capital City for more
than four months during the past two
sessions have just about vanished. The
sales tax held the 11)31 session long
overtime. In 1933 closing of the
'banks gummed up the works. It is
pretty 'generally, agreed that the sales
tax, enacted in 11)33 will remain on
the books and no banking holiday is
expected to up.set the atmlc cart. If
that 'speculation is correct members of
,the Oeneral Assembly may not have
to write nome lor their Palm Bea
suits before sine die adjournment.
CANTON, N. C.
1 he question of State contribution
to the federal relief program may not
bother the General Assembly quite as
much as anticipated. The federal gov
ernment is going to insist that the
several States kick in on earing for
those - without employment but does
not specify that Stae governments
must do all the chipping in. It
entirely probable that the matter may
be settled on a county basis with each
local unit kicking in its share. In that
event the State would not have to
raise so much in taxes for relief.
Many counties having few persons on
relief rolls might favor county rather
than State relief taxes. At least that's
what some people having reputations
for seeing beyond their noses believe
Currency circulation at the begin-
ninff nf I lr-'ryi i.n n'o . c(l7 nnfl
ui ueiow uiai tne previous year, con
fidence in banking institutions, it is
said, has caused a decline in money
in circulation and indicates lessened
hoarding of corrency.
however the Army purchased fifty
new type two-seater pursuit plans.
flying 252 mile.s an hour,
which is about 100 miles an hour fast
er than most of its present equipment.
Extension of NRA is recommend
ed by a committee of industrialists,
headed by George A. Sloan, tiresident
of the Cotton Textile Institute. The
committee realized that there were
faults, but that there were compen
sating values in the extension of
codes, and recommended maximum
hour and wage provisions, bans on
child labor and certain labor provi
sions regarded by most manufactur
ers as "socially industrially desirable"
Advocating a naval air service of
1,1)10 airplanes by 1940. Real Admiral
Ernest J. King, of the Bureau of
Aeronautics urged a five-year build
ing program. Funds for the first
year are available and, upon comple
tion, the Navy will have 1,193 airplanes.
nek roots should be cut
By a combination of thin:.:
ing back, and root pruning,
can be made to take almost
Animalt in California
Animals fairly common i:i
fornia Include black bears,
beavers, puma and lynx; var.
the white tailed and black ta::.
and In the extreme north the
blan blaeUtuil. The golden hie!
las squirrels are found In th
I Sierras and on the coast sever::
EATH doesn't recognizp
the "HIGHWAY HOLIDAY"!
Admiral Wm. H. Standley, Chief of
Naval Operations, says that the short,
age of men in the Navy ha.s created a
critical operating situation.
The Federal Trade . Commission
continues to disclose activities of util
ity plants in conducting propaganda
against public and municipal owner
ship and operation It has conducted
six-year investigation of tra.: and
AIR PLANS CUT
Faced by higher prices, the Armv
General Staff has decided to increase
the Army s air fleet by only 300
planes during 1935 instead of tho
500 originally, intended. Recentlv
- . :
Lists of killed and injured in motor accidents
prove that the "highway holiday" only makes
Death work overtime.
Lack of upkeep has caused more than
$3,000,000.00 damage to our roads. Diversion
has proven disastrous.
Safety, economy, comfort . . . all demand the
use of gas taxes for roads only.
Appeal to your legislators for justice to car own
ers tell them to end the "highway holiday."
Become a member of
HIGHWAY PROTECTIVE LEAGUE
of North Carolina Raleigh
Here Goes A Truck Load
Which Means Warmth
At Little Cost.
For comfort in weather like we're now
having-, you need coal that is slow
burning and gives out plenty of heat
just try VIRGLOW you'll find
that its just what you need.
Call 'Phone 43
Santa's Making Out
His List To Get
Things The Whole
CAN 1)1 ES
AU At Reasonable
AT THE DEPOT
Are You Undecided What To Give
The Men? Give Them
NO MAN OR ROY EVER HAD TOO MANY TOOLS.
And certainly there is nothing that will be so use
ful as tools whether one piece or a dozen, there are
always a use for them.
Our stock of tools make it easy for you tr select
from, and our prices will please you, and the. tools-will
delight any man or hoy.
Have You Killed Hogs Yet?
If you have you'll need MORTON'S' SMOKE
SALT to cure your meat. I We have it at the
right price all size packages.
WHEN IN NEED OF HARDWARE PAINT LUMRER BUILDING MATERIAL
ROOFING FEEDS GROCERIES LIME OR CEMENT REM EM HER US.
PHONES I.? 137
AT THE DEPOT