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TIUTKSI)AY, DECEMBER 20, 1931
t. i: Vivi' I'Al.N EV.ll
i . j..
to w.u: rrox chime
BIG IXU'MK INCREASE
5t I ! S I s T K N CK 11 U M 11 S 1 E A V S
INI. I-' FINITE BUDGET
TO i.l l.-h THE XKA
'MX ESS 1IELI'
Sinim.s Mountaineer's Spe-
T. II. I, r
, .f l ,t,,.. ( '.o-rtwmin.h'nt.
l)nL-:iii; the four-day com ere nee
n-mif caiU-J 1'V Attorney-General
.Vminc,. l're,idVut Roosevelt call
ed for il.-e ..'o-ojieration between
state c.-untv, ckv and town admin
istration, in onier tha every crime
: BitveJ.tinc and law etitomng agency
xnthv coiinltv might work together to
rdi ate the 'symptom of social
! end of li'oo to show the full improve- .
1 ment of many of t he lower income
The Subsistence Homestead l'ivi
sion would like to get a half billion i
! dollars to expend its activity and, in 1
its annual report, declared that a
national survey would be under-1
taken to locate proje.t. which will'
hereafter be originated by the divi-i
sion itself. Up to June 001 pro
posed homestead projects, seeking!
loans of approximately UO.HOO.UOO,
hed been approved as "in some de- '
gree worthy '' Due of the chief aims'
of the projects is to decentralize in- -,
dustrial areas and rehabilitate unem
ployed groups by combining part-time1
wage work with part-time work on
small farms and garden. ,
- , t'oni lua: u..; a :r iiiath:nal!c
1 ma:i .
a Tew c i ' i
id milk all
F. li, i;
F 1!. !'
, I. .! i.c
I :i:e I n
;.o S. F. Fr.,
T w n-ir.p
to V. (' .lu.-tid
o William lientr
: Fiiaiu v F
: ve gift
.te candv I
.Wi ets -
iTeine Ica: we.!, add
nuts, l'ouy :iii,i a well
one inch thnk. Cut
h I :ir,
r i.ee ..
l.'.lcv Iel! Fll,
-"I)e7lariiig that government cannot
enforce order alone, the President
nrged that home, school, church, eom
; TOUJiity and social agencies work in
common with law enforcement agen
cies to "substitute order for disorder.
Other speakers included the Attorney
General and Henry L. Stimson. Sec.
letary of War in the Hoover cabinet.
J-.V: Income Statistics for 1U33, which
include ten months of the Roosevelt
Administration during which New
' Deal policies were written into legis
lation and put into action, show that
I h h,n.i.r income" and the number
: "of. Vdiose reporting them increased
Bharplv, while net incomes in the so-
called lower brackets dropped oil as
compared to lU.'ilF For example,
those .-ectiving incomes of $1,000,000
or more increased from twenty to
forty-six. and the number of indi
viduals who received incomes from
$26,000 upward increased, while for
these receiving incomes under $25,000
there was a drop below the 11K12
The general expectatien is that the
President will submit an indefinite
budget message to Fongress and,
while authorization i. rthe expendi
ture of large sums will be requested,
there is no certainty that the funds
win ne actually useu. nils means
that the Administration will
tusmess a chance to increase employ
j ment and to demonstrate what it can
no in me way oi co-operation during
the economic emergency. Evidence
is not lacking that business men real
ize that they are "on the .-pot" and
that the best chance of reducing the
emergency expenditures of the -government
is for private initiative to
do something which will relieve the
rederal Government of it
burden for general relief.
1' F;-: e. ..
F. C re i n
t'laude lvh nehart
. W oodward.
J. K. .Morgan, Trustee, to Haywood
Building and Foaii Asoc:a;ion!
E. E. Alley, Trutev, to K 1.
gm tieorge D.
toria J. Slivrr
; o Walker Peown
a nil wife tii H
nr.'. :! -yrun
'. '.king on;
aying on e
w : . :
'yCritics of the New Deal made the
'point that this indicates no trend
toward a wider distribution of income
S a n suit. of the .steps taker., but
New Deal defenders 'declare that a
fiqflirient time had not elapsed by the
: J.OD.'-:-. 1
The 'I':: ; c -, .;.. .
iiii.l.;; t'liul! v. ; ; .
-1 : 1 1 1 is a :n w i
Relief otliciais admit
farmers and their familu
at least a livable income
'ii lelief rolls, and indicate
check-up will be maiF io
Something of an outline of want the
President is apt to jiroposv to Fon
gress regarding the NRA indicates
that he will ask that the recovery
legislation be extended, with some
modifications of N'RA procedure.
This will probably, include abolition
of price-fixing and production control
beyond those now in effect, continu
ation of provisions t0 prevent unfair j many state.- there
price-cutting and the divorcement of where farmers
labor relations administration, al-1 have ccopt into th
ready accomplished through the Xa
tional Labor Relations Hoard, :
It is understood that consideratblo
progress has been made, along the
lines listed and that the .President
will probably be able to inform Con
gress that the. NRA is already on a
peace-time basis. The general atti
tude is that the flambouyan.t tactics
which introduced the NRA should be
supplanted by the dignified adminis
tration, backed by vigorous and in
; who have
them. I livoret ica ! iv. :! is. impossi
ble for the undeserving to obtain re
lief, but actually -onie manage to
get by the olViciais in charge. While
some doubt may vv.sl as to whether
there are as many s l..'i00,000 farm
er:, re, eiv.ing relief, as some assert,
there is not much doubt, but that in
ave been instan
ranks of tnose
M.ir-hniallow Fudge Falls
- m1;1, .res ulisw i eteneti cho.ela'.e.
1 cups cvMidensc.l null..
?kJ af-Ii-m:i!,.- s- halved
Nut Uleat- chopped.
Melt i hocolate in double boiler, add
condensed m Ik and stir over boiling
waive foe ." minute- until it 'thicken.
I'.'ep pieci s- of maishmal'ew ui!e
liix'.'ciic alio lift out covered with
c'i c.'laie. Droii into lim ly chopped
mil meals ivllmg uulil well cowred.
Fan, Fed Grapefruit Pee!
Fu: the gr.pefiuit p,vl mt, strip?
I ! o'l F'lieer, changing I be water
-i vera 1 t i ir.e- Drain and .-mi nie,'
m 1 1 2 cup,- maple syrup until it is
iiiai. Keniove. from syrup and
inch piece in granulated sugar.
lid Tablets Salve Nose Drops
With the bankers, manufacturers
and other business interests pledged
to co-operate with the Administra
tion and to present a unified front
for the new recovery drive, there nat
urally ensues something of a pause
in all activities to await the results
of such general participation in the
present efforts. Leaders of private in
dustry believe that much improve
ment can be shown by March and they
look to the President to hold con
gressional radicals in check.
Incidentally, the much publicized
necessity for balancing the budget is
being solfepedaled, with emphasis
on the idea that when business re
covers, the necessity for government
expenditures will be lessened- More
over, there is quite a general belief
that the President will automatically
lessen governmental activity once
business shows that its pledge of co
operation is being translated into
The retain of Vice President Gar
ner to the capita! convinces most
observers that he plays a more vital
role in ! he adininist rat ion circles than
many people suppose. While obvi
ously . living up to what he 'considers
the duty of his ollico by keeping out
of the limelight, 'it ..is generally rec
ognized that he has tremendous influ
ence' -Upon Congressmen,. He has sev
eral times acted on the request -of the
President in dealing with legislative
matters that -needed attention. Be
sides, Mr. Garnee has lately been
elected to represent Texas on the
Democratic National committee and
his duties will probably give occa
sion for expression of definite opinions.
Peach St rips
1 cup dt ivd peaches.
Wash peaches, steam f minutes and
rcneve skin. Flatten halves as much
as po.-sillv, then . u t m e.y tlnn
-trips. Roll I,, s ur;i i .
IV an Mints
1 1 flip rnndensvil milk.
"1 11 cups sifted confectioner's su
gar 1 -2 .teaspoon pepovrminl extract
Slowly add the cud. used milk 1o
the voided i, mei - , ugar. lilemi lh..e
"io; in.N . .'inn I lie p, ppvr
and continue iniiii: until
creamy. Form into balls,
of pecae .meat on ic
Rat r. ,.
S:i,ee .". k 1;
;!iC "ill's. I in ;
I; . ' cl In c,
l'.arhailos. ii .
froiii the sen. is ,
ly populated sp. I
flv IliiLtliinil," t' .-
ac'i-rii ed n a deed
ii -!. i ui'.niaeried)
I! 1 i, -en. wife of
i:-d October 12th.
I in I'.o.'k so. uaire
NOTk'K OF TUl'S 1'Mll'S SA1.K
On Monday, January ,, lii.'io, at'
eleven o'clock, A. M.. at the court
house door in the town of Waynes
ville, North Carolina, the undersign
ed will sell at public outcrv to the
FFlNtl ill.-,. :
or parcels el' Ian
I': oni F.rin : F 1;
: Mar.e .le-eidii
F. F. ludiin- n,
FCJP. and eve. id
.0. Recoed ot Deed- IF.wvood
County, to whi.h said dee .1 . and re
coed reference is heieby made for a
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upon the undersigned
i'.v virtue of a deed of trust executed
by V K Robinson, et al., dated No
vember IS, LP;::!, and recorded in Rook
"I. page S!. Recoe.l of Deeds of Trust .
! Ilaywood Countv.
Ill's the Tib dav of De,.- . 1!VF1.
A. T. WARD,
No; 27TS Dec. 11! 20-27-.!an ;!.
moot U and
ress a luilf
XOTICK OK SALE
For Men and Boys
C. E. Ray's Sons
A COMPLETE CLOTHING SERVICE
Spend Christmas and New Year's At Home
1 Vi cts. One Way and Round Trip Coach Tickets
: Per mile for each mile traveled,
2 cts. ROUND TRIP TICKETS
I'cr mile for each mile traveled return limit 15 days. Gmd in
Meeping and Parlor Cars on payment of proper charges for space
occupied. : .'-'-.
Vi cts. ROUND TRIP TICKETS
l'er mile for each mile traveled return limit 6 months. Good
n Sleeping and Parlor cars upon payment of proper charges for
3 cts. ONE-WAY TICKETS
l'er mile. Good in Sleeping and Parlor Cars on payment of proper,
cnarges for space occupied.
. "nd tr,P Eckels are sold daily to all Btations on the South
?rn Kaiiway System and te many points on other Lins in the South.
Hound trip tickets are good on all trains.
W,.u-H?Iidaar!s re mailable to destinations in the East,
-North, West and Sonthwst.
See Your Agent
r. R. H. DeBUTTS, ''
Assistant General Passenger Acent
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
STATK OF- NOHTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN tup: SUPKRIOR COURT
GFO. IT WARD and J R. MORGAN,
I.OVK U. GILMER.
Pursuant to an order of the Court
in the above entitled cause, appointing
the undersigned Commissioner-, and
authorizing the sales and per
sonal property hereinafter de-
pcribed, and undersigned vrill
offer for sale at publie otitkry
to the highest bidder for cash, on
Monday, January 7, 1934, at eleven
o'clock, A. M , at the court house door
in the town of Waynesville the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a stake in the cen
ter of the track of the Southern
Railroad at its intersection with the
Southwest margin of Depot street! ane
runs thence with .said margin of Depot
Street. .),; feet to an iron pin in J-oh
II. Smathers corner, (formerly
Uavies) : thence with said Davie.
line S. 26 13' W. 43.1-6-10 feet to a
stake; thence S. 19" 37' AV. 143 "feet
to stake at the East margin of Miller
Street; thence with said Miller Street
N- 68 40' W. 600 feet to a stake in
the center of the main track of the
Southern Railway; th'.-nce with the
center of said railroad, N. 46 25 h
about 780 feet to the BEGINNIGN
EXCEPTING AND RESERVING
a certain lot now owned by Mrs
Josenhine Chape, -fully -described in a
deed frm R, D. Gilmer and wife. Love
B. Gilmer, recorded in Book 53, page
1 6, Record of Deeds of Haywood
The above described property known
as the hotel and residence property
Also all the furnishings and equip
ment and household goods in the ho
tel 'on said property, known as Park
way Hotel, except the furnishings and
personal effects- and "household goods
belonging to Mrs. F. G. Rippetoe, and
not including the furnishings in the
Gilmer residence property-
The sale will be made subject to the
prior lien of an indebtedness due the
Haywood Home Building & Loan As
sociation, and subject to the unpaid
taxes; and assessments, which indebt
edness aggregate about. $19,000.00.
This 7th day of December, 1934.
A. T. WARD, -.
No- 277 Dec. 13-20-27-Jan. 3.
I Clips JUg.T,-.
I i-tivk iuiltei-.
r tablespnotis i-
I tablespoons, v.
1 p-ink milk.
Yule-title Family Reunions
Families and (ih-ihU Iu'iiiimc scattered with the
ycais aid we miss their smiling faces and cheery
voices more especially at Christmas time. Probably
you are 'wishiug now that vmi could visit them this
Christmas. Why not? Are they too far away? You
can't Kf'l away? Or is it that it costs too much?
'1'lien why not surprise them this holiday -eason
"V i I It a telephone visit instead? You can ii.icli lu;n
anywhere by telephone. Distance doesn't matter.
A voice visit by telephone, you will find, has the
personal charm of a face-to-face visit, is ennve
nielif and cost little wherever you call. For exam
ple, by using Station-to-Station service you can talk
with folks fifty miles away for about 35c and a
hundred miles for around 55c, and greater or less
distances .at correspondingly low cost.
If you can't po in person, go by telephone.
Telephone and . Telegraph jf An Go.
HERE'S THE ANSWER
tfi f t that
f a m l I y will
e n j o y and ap.
all of next year
Send them a year's
subscript ion to The
Mountaineer. The y'l J
enjoy and appreciate
your though tfulness. We'll
send them a Christmas card
telling them of your gift, in
time for them to get it along
with other Christmas gifts they
HERE ARE THE HATES
One Year .. . ,
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of L. Cry me., deceased,
late of Haywood County, North Car
olina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit thfm to the
undersigned at Waynesville, N. C-.
on or before the loth thy of Novem
ber, 1935, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. All per
fcm.s indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 15th day of November. 1934.
ROBERT H. BOONE,
Administrator of L. Crimes
- Estate :
I I- -i l- l- -i-" !- ! ! i ! "-I- J !- j j r
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