THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THE WAYNES VILLE PRINTING CO.
Wavr.esviile. N. C.
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M. T B.-tiges. Publishers
Published Evrj Thursday
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THL'RSDAY. FEMU'AHY II. 1935
ii TIME FOR A CHANGE
A- aivU-.r.' :ruk- for the coming
.- ':. ;. C':miVi"!i statement :
, . :.- . . :' b-.'t'.cr '.va?vit.- ufle.s
; - ; -.. !:.: :-: ':- ! a
t, ; K- . 't.-taiuiy tninkir:-
--r 'vr : -.-ll ourselve.. on the -ick-a that
-.;.. 'v mean everything t thi eom-
Uu. .; iier at these remarks when
v, c ur..j cviik-r tile fact that we have not
takn-r, xivunagt :'. another ' -'ut tandinir a-ot
thaf :'vv..t-h:n -ur jjrat "- Lake Junaluska.
' i:e-..- s,v tnat Lu-Ke .liliia'.u.-ka
:':' et-t .; ' k'h 'vvr. " h'i'"U:.rh' u.t the South ami
he 'X'- .: li: tian :- t..ne 'city '' W'ayne-ville. an-1
vt V;v i i- is bvt.::r"':'.-r.f. by Yaynesville t'
:-,k- ;r;v:mtage cu' t hi-',pri't unity .
La.:: year" the seas.uh at, the Lake was a
-ucce'-'- ' i:.- overv en-e -f the wui'd, but this
.-ikv was ivt ii;e t any part that Waynes--iiI-
;.Kyvd T:. credit Mr. -Jamas' At-
. An ; ;t .-(: 'm;.. t- this ; avr. t ha.' : it the
!v' r!e ..; ti ci ;:imum;ty cnntinue .'.V .-how lac;
; :' inte.el-: "iiV.the Lake.' t ha: they will probably-
,.;t:.iVe whe:;, !he ' ir- at Sir.-'.:" '.Mountains
Xa:i-m,i Park i- tievei-ipeil. '
, ''..:. e.iit-riai i.s heing ' vrit .vn beeau-e '!
,:'r - -hct.i;'--'.; V-;" : ati'in. ' an.l ,:.! kn'iwled;'
o: the facts. an;i i- ii"t sjvin-nrea ly anyne.
Tl: . - " at-er niirh: w'eii lie summed up in
. w axis '.'Lake.,- hunai u.-ka can get along
and itave u'cc'!-':;! seasons without the aid ."!
Yay;ne-ville : but Wayne-ville's viveeful soas-
:-.r.s ,kpe-n-i -.or. Lake' Junaluska.
AVe ::rm!y helieve in looking ahead and
.-:':-...- pi-.ns for the future, hut in d hr.g
-r u vn't fee! that it is g:o.i dudgnvent t-', ignore
.-the a v.v have at hitnd. .
A ..'.CAPABLE; LEADER
.The Waynesyille Chamber of Coinmere.
under tne d:.r.tc:kn-of President C. E. Ray. Jr..:
. is de-stinelto carry on a program this year that
wjil je-uit ih another -.-yew of accomplishments
for the organizati-t-n,' 'o
" The'' ne-.v pre-ident is; familiar 'with' .thed
wovkirg- f the organization '"inasmuch'- as he
;w.v-: fretiUendyi' consulted last dyear. and .was ni
cki.Vt : uc:i with his brother J. AYilford Ray who
brought the: organization from a non-functioning
organization to the most active one in years
curing his term .as president last year.
We. believe that President Ray is assuirhflg.
omce at a .inie when there is more, optimism in
the c immunity than there has been in several,
years, an i we fee! that the desire to co-operate
with him and the other officials, in order to make'
this a banner year is: the utmost, in every civic
minaeid person's'' mind of : this -community. "'
Mr. Ray. is well qualified for the place to
which he ha, been elected, and he merits the un.
divided support of every individual. ::
A P.IG HELP TO THE COMMUNITY
One of -the' most far-sighted men of the
community is J. M. Long.,. ;
. He is today investing over ..six thousand
. dollars, on the golf . course and club house, and
he knows that if he gets interest -on this in
vestment that he will have done well from a
financial standpoint. He does, however, have
hopes of making money from the golf course
in the years to come, but that is an unceertainty
It is men like Mr. Long who make it pos
sible for tourist to enjoy their vacations in our
communityand we should appreciate the part
he i3 contributing to the community's-growth.
' ' - . '' -i .
t NO FAIR IS BETTER THAN A CARNIVAL-
Looking Back Over The Years
According to a news article published on
the front page of this paper recently, it was
stated that plans are underway for another
county fair tr.ts rail.
Just how far along these plans have been
dovekpe.i :s not known, but it is our belief that
::' a c o;nty fair is to be developed t. the p 'in:
of where it wiii be of some educ
'jnai "aiue ".-
::ng tnat a drastic cr.ange w:;; nav.
from last year's et-up.
-. 1 1 . r "
:v realize tnat
i ' T
tnat prevented a cmpiete county
C - e e: a .
:: i .s (Muottu.
usiru-ss men w
and k-ss carnival.
To restore the old countv fair spirit where
I u- tiiucationai atn:".!heiv w..u!d hold sway
j v.- uld meet with the approval of everyone. But
I t . attempt to stage a fair Where the carnival
! owners, fan dancers and gamblers are the sole
benefactors would meet with scorn from many
citizens of the county.
A carnival-sponsored fair won't accomplish
e purposes that a county fair was ever in-
I -'--.':. v."' jViwa
'.-- '' .. " '" Srii-! .."'Vl23
24 Years Ago
of the famous old Sulphur Springs He
kt.a.tivitie in this community.
ten ae i
THE WETS AND DRYS AT IT AGAIN
Again North Carolinians are talking about
prohibition, and dkcu-::.g whether or not the
state -should have liquor .-fTes and control the
.sale of liquor.
Those favoring state-controlled stores be
lieve that the revenue derived would be sulli
dent to take care of charity cases. Those op
posing the .mea.-ure are putting up the much
"discussed arguments about the evils of liquor,
arid that at present it is harder to get than if
i: were legalized, and not near 'as ' tempting."
especially to the young people;
It looks as if the wets are trying to: bring
the is-ue to a head via the increased revenue
derived: and because of the fact. that the-people'
are already over-taxed. s"me of the once ardent
dry s seem to have left the dry ranks and drift .,
ed 'toward.- the other iile, which indicates that
the- wets are driving home their message ln'ttei
ban the eirys. :
By V. CLi.TIS KL'SS
ffjfc'tfi-tr rjsieri'-i- sa-?tgtPig-a i
Or. :h-. h.r:. .v,t;.- : -m C.uiojn tc
Ik-tnvl t.-.i-re . an :u abanuned
(.-.". a : a jK.iei i t -.'M with -s
Unccme Tax Man
To Be Here 11th
Tho-c- here who were fortunate
a. ue!i t have a net income of $1,000
'- u .". cr a trros.s income of 85,000
or over and are single; or if married
n-: have i net '.n"imP nf 2.."00 or
gross income of 85,000 or over, can get
ar.ee in making .m: their an
:::z inccnte blanks bv a government
.--1 here March ll'th.
All returns must be in on or before
Matvh lo. 1935, it was said in the ofti
e;a'. notice. sent out this week.
it ;s muci:
rfc'e letter. To ice
than tehing about
BIG BRANCH HONOR ROLL
The following students of the Bigi
Branch -school made the honor roll fori
First yrade: Pauline Caldwell,1
Mazie Kinsland, AvalinP Gillet, Jack.
( From the riles ,-,
Hon. Y. T Ue a':
frgm Raleigh and
liy here for a few
hi- and .Mrs. J. J-.' ...
turned after a a-...
-Mrs .Sneed Adam., a. :
v: lie were the. u.e..-:;
town this week
31;ss Fdith Wilha:!.
in W'aynesviile for .-.--,.
on Monday i jv a -h : :
in Newoerry, t '.
to her h -me In
Miss Maigaret A-:.;
returned home after a -. t
weeks to friends he:-..-'.
-M;ss Carrie Ktr.jj : i:
re.-see is the gue.s: v; .-.
M.ss Lula Fergus- .
w .s guest of f r.vi
M -- G:a:e Bowie- s:.t
Frier.d'.y . Dozen m-j.-- ;
their regular meeting T
ternoon at h r hon e
Miss Carrie Sue A : .:r.. -,.
tss to the Sew So .;.
afterncon. Her gue.-:- -.v.
C Plott. MLs Xanett. .'
Sattertwait, Jessie M ;i
The reception :'---. ;
the Episcopal chur ,e
House Thursday eve.ii.,
(delightful occasion P w ... -of
Rev and Mrs. K:.-..; ir.
ceivjn.tr line were Mr. Mr..
bred, and Rev. an:i Mr-. Kuri;
musical program wa- jf.vt-r,
ferent. guests preen: r,-i
i the Parish werp
Smith. T. X. Mas-sie's-
Third grade: Cnarhe Massie. Kutn j jnt ia4t Fridav r.;t,v" a'1
Kin-land, Ruby Langford, Louise Kins-; ?150.00 and $200
land. ' ehandise was' .-tah-n. T'--.
Down in. A '.i(h air. a the story is told
"f a negro w-h. washed cars at' a
garage T2 hours a week fur S5.
After the XRA changed- nis hours U
40 h"iirs and raised his pay to 12
a week, he asked his bus.-: : "How
ernes vou pays me like da'.'." . Smith.
- "'Oh, -.hat's . bv au-e wf the XRA " Sixth grade: - Rubv ' Massi.e
the m .nailer ;-e;::cc Seventh grade: Eva Bishoo. Francis
Y w:: -i '.-.al-te.i ih.s X .c'ge.- Re- Bishop. Annie Belle Bishop, Ethe
iic-f- A...o.:t :-!-., ;.n.vVay?" .. I Caldwell, and Paul Sunf"rd.
supper was serve.
Fifth grade: Lucile BL-hop, Effie. climbed on top of
i-.:iiir. a iioust
j: vf alfalV,
w:..,cr. w.i.- a." ; ..ma
aial'f'.rttjui t i their ama;:. n.eiit that
yt-.tahat's .light, t.hii ty-ioui pe i
i 'n- vcvrv living in- th b"Ut,
. K r a .'iisrht a: night an Ji'nary
i ::r:p w.ck w:is siul-'k i:::v:; : he .t ii . o:;'
of. a ' at-win"' iiite-l w'.'th oi
Preseo-.t Clair.a First Rodeo
Pr.-s-.tt. A '.-.-id..---1-1 l-.'tv d.etl
tae ri! pu' v:i' ' v- r .!....1urlv
i.i ve;irs '!(. i-.' .-
TilK TOWNSKXI) l'KAN
Tin d"ovn.-end plan, S2n0 a month to every.
1 -..;'. sixty, years of are, is solemnly (Use;;--.- I
' hy.c.'iijrn ss, which ou'ht to be pasbsinx a .-ouinl.
i easonai)!e, iKt-aj?e . pfitsiun-'n-fW, The Towh-
. seinl p'.an. is in.teres.tir.jr in. many. ways. I-'y tax
a'ien e,-; every transaction, .m jii'tulucer. jeibi.;e:-,
wholesaUr, retailer, manufacturei'. buyer, it
'would practically absorb all . available money
to turn it over to deservinjr. or otherwise, )er
..(.ns, ajred sixty; It would soon become neces
sary for some other T.ownsend to orjranize a
S2i'i a month plan for all paupers. There weuid
soon bie twice as many paupers as there are
people -sixty 'years -'old. . . .
Ilen.iamin Franklin, supposed to have some
brains, would learn, with surprise about that
Townsend plan, arranjred to. promote extrava
jrtnee and wastesaving to each sixty-year-old
"You wid jret two hundred dollars: every
month, and you must spend it immediately,
w'thin the month. No, you may not save some
c:' it to help your '-grandson '..through college, .or,
t provide for your granddaughter in her next
That plan to i'. provide automoticahy for r.a
tional improverishment." substituting. silly, sen
ile spending on a gigantic scale for old. fashioned
thrift, is actually discussed by the Congress; ot:;
the United States, and rnillions of .American?
favor the idiocy. ..
No wonder we. drift into depression and
have rrillior.s idle.
. Angels above, must smile sadly considering
what, has been given to. the American, people,
and what a muddle they make of it. --Arthur
:n a new sefes by
at 'i' u; "Skippy,
. .- t :ii. c- .tmi
tl r.-ihy. - it . -; . -d on1 m.,:v t- -.-lie
who!;, it .r.eiit'o.iicd t i.e li.;
a ct-:-'aii: chur h in. w... a
i! at a ci'ao g.oite at.:' en- o'ci
:r.-. Itiitc- -eve a: w.-ck- air e 1
tW people yh .v.-n-:.--r if 'ht
t::e e F : i - i ferre i t-: -ar. tile ihliiliv
i.aat they Were not in- fact h.dtiu-i
f thcii! wa- t'ieei:t at th---'o'nly iraat.-c-ur
chiif . inful'me'- atteit.ied. X-..v
iiiy cut io-lty is ai'i'U.se'd- i y .yanliitg
to ki;-W jti -t: h"W 111 a: y . traifie, va-;-;-:n
progres at that hour .that sr
tr-i 1.1 a;
repri-Moul., ;n fuil color:, in, the Ameci
ut.mtvti' can Weekly Mairazwus issue of Feb-'-"
''iri ruarv IT. flet vuur cmv-.if tin- Anieri
a ' tnat ,.;in 'wccklv -regular.-! v with the BAL-
"ea- TIMdRE l'XJAY AMERICAN. On
' ' sa.e ! vf.u.. tav -r;tv newsiiea.er or 1
mg t'crupiea l y tne . svt
Produce Company r.r.d - ir.-iij
ladder made the:- ertra'. ?
Massi.e' store 'thr -ugh-- and;?
window Ten -u:t- -,f c-1 --;
te;n. ;:ai!'. of sr.- e-. t'v.- -i ? --rsi
.sock- and vart-ti- --'the-'.y-.-re
-taker., The r - '.i"- , i
ir.tr o;t the -.'ase but"--. : ::..;:!
ns i" the guilty part;.
This paner indeed ivco t. -ix .VI
Orli-an loses the: .rahs-""i Exp&i
.It i- nv e-t unfortunat. -:yi-
v.- 1 1 for mole 4
''er.tr'hs of the neoplo t Vr.
Stat'--- go to San F
eynos'.t! an as is Known " v .
. ti "elehi-ate the o;.t:tv
la rim a rar.nl.
Last week the irer.'.-.-a! manage!- oh
my aid iing pia e t k i ty herselt
an attack of tl'j. As the result I cn
dea v.V.red carry on the best I
could, -.with timely adyiee and ir.s'truc
tions from the sick room. And-if I de
s:iy so things went along nixdv
until I volunteered t.ecut ap a .hick
en. I ha.': seen' the operati"!':- per,
formed. -.o. jr. any times it I o o k e d s im -
pie and when I say cut up a-chicken
I cut it up. After- the wholesa
butchering on my part I ccuid only
find half of the wish lyne.'Ro back, one
and'" one-third thighsi plenty of neck
and I believe three . wings.. Either I
made a mis-take somewhere on the .
j-b. d' he -butcher sol 1 me a deform-.
ecl foul. . I'm inclined, to lean towards
the: latter, however.
Ar.yway. we ha.i chicken, but no
ehi'.ice as t.e the piece?. The boss
c reaked the meal so . it was at least i
tasty- - " !
Here Is how Thedf ord's Black
Draught proved helpful to Mr.
Archie W. Brown, of Fort Green,
Fla.: "I have taken Black-Draught
vhen I have felt dull from over
eating or eating too hurriedly," he
writes. "Small doses right after
meals rid me of gases end heavy
reeling. I am a great believer In
Purely A'egetable Laxative
CHILDREJf LIKE THE STRCP"
I'll ONE 137
FauT Hardin; J:-.. . the man who
For Men and Boys
C. E. Ray's Sons
A COMPLETE CLOTHING SERVICE
rce-idesi beh'.-n-'i tl
jost passed ... -and
I ever noti;ed . it
: is" the. first time
but he. is almost
'yact image ; ot .- yer.ator - Kaip.n
Kar (-;. that's ; a iompjiment To
eithrr. they're both prince of fellow?.
A typewriter. sale-man tried to sell j
me a new machine: this week, because. !
he said: '"The one you have, looks- as !
if it will fall to piece? any minute,
Brother, that's just why I like it.
I can. let rty th-Taghts fall on the ma
chir.ei and it doe the rest without
any phyifa: output on my part, see?
THE ONLY WAY LEFT
Present indications are that the ..YaTe?y.;I;e
Libraiy, like all other leading libraries thro'jgh.
out the country, will have to becorr.e a publicly
operated institution before there wiii ever
much hope for it remaining open the'-:ye;ar"r.':.ir.t"V,
Just what that would involve on :Ke part,
of officials cannot be stated at this tirr.e but -x-i
believe that any reasonable plan py-A rret
with their approval. . -
; The coming spring will be a go-' l t'rr.e for
those people who have been plar.r.ir.g to beau
tify their premises for the past ter, ve&rs tc
-make a start. -
Zb Parfon 'o NV.i Medford, both
of Cove Creek. . -
Dare. Sutton' " tf M;. Sterling to
- - ; .' Beaverd&m Township -id .-'"
. G.r?e H, Ward to . Cyril Shep-ard-
W. R. Smith evtix Tj r. a. Crowell.
J. W. Frank.!;-' tvW, h. Harkins.
' C.ytie 7 '.-wr.-'r.ip
RaC- Putr.am, et a;x. -o'Call Wise. ,
Jtriithar.',? Creek To-T.ship
- L. II Bu-2- -a Marion Green. '
I , W a ;.:.;-,-; e Tt Trn.-hip .
Le--ey Norman tttKe-.rv Norman.
Trark McLariel tv :T.:hn M, Queen.
be the chief function of firms in this field. You can .ha'
a prescription filled. Therefore, in judging any
store, the "STAR WITNESS" should be the prescriptK1'
room. Come in and examine this bright, orderly.
equipped room at ALEXANDER'S. It tetifi to $
heavy emphasis we place on this department.
ASK YOUR 'DOCTOR
a t r v A iiinr D
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1 Phonts 53 & 54