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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1935
rrfBamE. Erk, 68
mack Early Friday
r Member Of Wood Novelty
! I !., War
Buried In Native State
V Erk, 68, senior member
M?, u'nna Novelties firm
ithe-r..i wflv last Thursday
11. -vr ,, ... .
:'Vv Erk' Death was due to a
f FAtad been visiting friends the
J lie died, and was stricken on
hcme He died. a few minutes
?K carried to his' son's home
s5 fer funeral ser
f f interment. Mr. Erk form-':t-r
, ; ttnmesdale. and was
f, 'the family plot, where Mrs.
s buried several years ago,
J deceased was born m Pennsyl
cn.Au t 4, 1867.
.. f thp firm
f Erk, WHO i il ------
1 He was in the north on a bus
a" -he time of his father's death.
Marker At Cherokee
fill Be Unveiled On
unday Afternoon, 3
sited Daughters Of Confede
racy To Hold Ceremony On
Reservation In Memory
Of War Indians
Old Man Summer of U'35 pass
ed on into history at t:3y p. m.
Monday afternoon, giving his
place ever to Queen Autumn, for
a reign of three months before
she is chased from the throne by
the white-haired, snorting Old
The official beginning of Au
tumn, set on last Monday, arrived
a few days earlier and began
getting things in shape for her
reign, but sending cooling breezes
and early morning fogs out as an
announcement of her intended
Work Of Auditing
Tax Books To Be
Finished This Week
Auditors now working on the tax
collector's books are expected to com
plete their work by the last of this
week or the first of next, it was
Tax Collector D. A. Howell will be
given the 1935 tax books on the first
Monday in October, and at the same
time make settlement with the board
of commissioners for all taxes collect
ed to date by him.
Since last December an entirely
new system has been ?et up in the tax
collector's oflicn. which maktj; the
auditing much quicker and not as
complicated as the system used heretofore.
Tax Officials Of
16 Counties To Be
Here Friday At 2
Discussion Of Present Tax Laws.
And Foreclosure To Be
lie first district of the United
tjgnters, w me tuiuegeracj win
Lu cnp.'inl ppremonv at the Cher-
!m .-..-. -- -ife
Indian Council house, on Sunday
t.mnmi at Cherokee. Sentember the
Eiik,at 3 o'clock. . A marker in mem
rnf thp fhprokee Indiana of North
inlina who served as soldiers and
kits in the Confederate Army in
kWar Between the States, will be
He principal address of the ocea
11 will be made by Mrs. E. L. Mc-
t nf Svlva. A cross of military
Srrice will be presented to Charles
jwiteh Long, a Cherokee who saw
nice in the World War and is a
Isstendant of a veteran of the Con
Hie marker to be erected on the
tool House grounds-will be built of
Irjve stone and cement. On the side
pf the marker facing the highway
hprp trill Ko a hrnrwo c lnVi : At. the
ml this slab, in bas-relief, will be
rptaflrlnf a Ivninrd C.hornVeo TriHlflll
fcd below this .will appear the follow-
"In Wflnnr nf TVineo Pvgua f'Vliarn-
h Indians Loyal to the Confederacy
jM-wtw lommanded by Col. Vvm. H.
fw. trected by the Daughters
!' e Confederacy of the First Dis-
fe.VV,. A. Hvatt. pirn irman of the
amittee in charee of the arrange-
N. will preside. Other features
mm program will be: AssemDiy
Dy the Boy Scout buglers; call to
;fby Dr. Harold W. Foght, Supt.
:M Reservation;, invocation by Rev.
'? Thflvnncnn' vii,-,-,Qi.t-c! Kr TVTrs.
Rsto.n. Thomas, of Asheville, dis-
leaner; music by, the Cher-
m,l!p niinvftit. mflccntfl tinri
-e memorial to-: "Our Loyal
Wfflrftris '. -Y.XT IVTve' '- W.
" nj'att; . accentnnr'fi of tlip Wfi-
-a! by Chief Jarret Blythe; salute
flas, led by Boy . Scouts of
school, n n1 tio nrnwrnm will
;6 With iW i,i.,i..t.i!, nt . Vl'
.. ... y inw.icutaULrii vi v w .
.presidents of , the district.
ree Caught With
49 Gallons Booze
eputy 'Sheriffs Dewey Cook and
" ITiOnilKnn - Ll.- " . -l-i TT
H?I'hil!' :Harrv Snyder and
W I f : wuh iJ gallons of liquor,
Wf tated: twp automobiles, both
j.- veiong to Hehiphill. :
e men wel'e given a hearing
vtilairistrate F. D. Ferguson, and
.wund over to court under a $500
two. officers in this case are
;;.r: Mvo of the best in the county,
much of their time to liquor
s Of Law
ed With Waynesville
John E. Junkin, Sr., retired newspa
per man, of Miami, ig spending sev
eral weeks here, as he said: "Avoid
ing the last of the summer heat back
Mr. Junkin's plans before arriving
here were to spend the most of his
time hiking, but found that the call
of the golf course was too great, and
has devoted most of his time on the
Speaking of the local course he
commented on the fact that it was
the foundation for an outstanding
course, and that he had played every
day thus far. and would perhaps con
tinue until he returned home.
"Waynesville is an impressive town.
It is modern, and impresses me as be
ing an ideal place to live. One of
the noticeable things here is the fact
one sees but few negroes on the
streets, that is so different from most
City and county attorneys, tax col
lectors and officials from sixteen coun
ties are schedule,! to meet here Fri
day at two oVU'i-k a: the oourt house,
with Prof. Albert Coats; director of
the Institute of Go oinim-nt of Chapt 1
Hill, leading a discuj-sion of re.-t-nt
tax laws and changes.
The purpose of the mooting is to
have a joint discussion of problems
involved in tax colletcions and fore
closure proceedings, together with
practical methods of dealint with
them. Ai) effort is being made, to
bring some clarity out of the existing
confusion and arrive at some uni
Meetings have been held over the
state with similar groups, and have
the hearty approval of Attorney Gen
eral A. A. F. Seawell. A number of
letters have been mailed from here
to those in other counties to attend,
and bocaue of the importance of this
discussion it is expected that delega
tions from all of the sixteen counties
v.-i'l he present.
The counties included in this meet
ing are: Rutherford, McDowell,
Mitchell, Vaneey, .Madison, Buncombe,
Henderson, l'olk, Transylvania, Hay
wood, Jackson, Swain, Macon, Clay,
Adopted Here By
Building & Loan
Announcement Made Of Methods
For Protection To Associa
Contract For Road From
Bethel Towards Springdale
To Be Awarded On Third
A;;:'., ur.ee :n out of a . t
surance for stockholder
wo d Home Building and 1.
:t:u:i of this citv was mad
f the Hay
lv S. 11.
Of Old Fair Days
hushno.l. secretary and trea-unr of i
the a-soohtion. This plan ua. work- j
im out with the Security I.:!V. and
Trust oomvn'.ny, of Win-;, r. Salem,
with W. Grady Southern of t,hat
company, originator of : he special
insurance feature. Mr. Southern will
ly hi re for evera! days to a--!st Mr
Hushnell and hi- associ.it ;on in the
inta!lat ton of the plari.
Mr. Hu-hneil, in a Utter to the
MnekhoMers. making the announec
nu nt, told of the os-ential features of
the plan, whereby the borrowing
.-t H-kholdor may at imall cost insure
h:.- t fe for the unpaid portion of his i
btiMtng and loan stock. Tins guar- j
.itttus Mr. Bushnell said, that the ,
:u itgage would he paid otT inimedi-ate-y
at death, thorehy leaving the
family , f the stockholder a homo free'
of debt. To the investment -took-,
holder, the - insurance provide- foi
payment in oa-h of the full in,- val
ue of the s'ook immediately a! d,alh.'
Premiums may lie. paid at the otlice
of the assooiat i, n along with refular ;
installments on stock. ,
Mr. Southern, in ooninient inc. on th.ej
flexibility of the plan, pointed, out
that it is adaptable ' those whose
stock ha- bien running for several
years ar -well as to now suncription
Waynesville Is A
D Tight Place
One of the many "begging vis
itors" who regularly stop oil' here.
w.is in town Monday, trying to
get music from a worn-out three
string banjo and donations from
passersby. after several se
lections, which discord and a
harsh voice failed to blend, be
passed his hat to a group eating
at a lunch counter.
He failed to get a dime from
e crowd, s turning to thr own
er of the place mumbled: ' 1 rns
is ilie d est bunch of rascals
I've ever met.-'
A few minutes- later he was out
again., on the street singing, "I've
cot one thill dime, and I'm going
back to Mania tonight on tliat--1
ain't staying here no longer."
True to his word, the last seen
lie was near the post ollice head
ing south on the road to Atlanta.
Two Hridses Will He Huilt. Dis
tance Will He Shortened By
The Moiiniaincci' is anxious to
l)j Sa I ii nla y of litis week, any
piol ii res (iiken ill' 1 1 it' lliiyuoinl
County l-'ii lr of the years gone liy.
It' yon know of any. this paper
will appreciate your gelling I hem
to us by Sal ii relay noon.
If there is any speeiiil rvciKs of
the "Old 1'nir Dtiys" that me otii
slaiKling in your inintl, we uonltl
also like to have lliein liy noon
Hvery effort is being niaile to
revive some of the pleasanl inem
ories of the "Olil Days at Hie
1'tilr." Won't you Iwlp ns get soniw
of this material together'.'
aid that the idea originated with
ling ..lid loan officials who have
from experience seen the mod for
such, a feature. "We have merely
t-ik.ii tliiu idea." M. Southern said,
ami applied our
experience to the
: To Adjust Debt
Work of the volunteer debt adjust
ment committee in Haywood county
is being continued and expanded un
der supervision of the Resettlement
Administration. H. A. Osborne, Can
ton, is chairman and C. C. Francis,
Waynesville, secretary of the local
The debt adjustment program, in
augurated in l'j;i5 by the Farm Credit
Administration, has been transient-o j
by President Roosevelt to the -Reset-.-,
tfement Administration. An alloca-j
4-lv. .f c-r hillinn dollars from the;
Works Relief Fund has been made to
carry on the program throughout the
.Members of the volunteer commH
rnwivml 'no .compensation.
LC(J im,v ,
Many of '.them' have': even, pa.d, tnur.j
own expenses when, as was often the
case, their 'duty' called for travel, i he ;
allocation 'made -lor tnts woik s -ca.i'
n dofvav, expenses .-of , the vol- ,
unteer coniniittees and for super
The county . committees were ap
pointed for the purpose of trying to
avert court liquidation- by preventing
'bankruptcy or . foreclosures. .. ltMs
their dutv to attempt to bung debt
ors and creditors together, to see it
an amicable adjustment, mutually sat
isfactory, can be arranged.
In addition to settling thousands op
individual cases, including- a numoer
in this county, county committees
have had great influence m the. res
toration of credit stability and in de
veloping the. practice, on . the part of
all creditors, of making reasonable
adjustments to: :avoid court liquida-.
UFarmers who are in financial dis
tress should ; consult a memoer pt
their county committee. The commit
' . .ut. tnr rnnntv are: J-
,-ille, and D. Reeves No.land, Route 1,
News Articles Must
Bear Writer's Name
Several times before, attention has
been called to the fact, that all news
sent in via mail to this paper must be
.signed. All news matter received un
signed is not considered for publica
tion. This paper is always glad to receive
news, but the above rule must be
complied with if publication is ex
pected. Work On Church
rking out of a practicable plan that
as appeal to hoi rower and pivesioi
P. T. A. Council Of
County To Meet
The Haywood Council P. T. A. will
bold a school of instruction at the
Bethel school Friday, September .27,
between the hours of two and five, il
has been announced.
For the occasion, two state officers
have signified their intention of be
ing present. Alb principals, teacners
and parents in the -county, are urged
to be present for this meeting.
Mrs. C. S. Field, president, will be
one of the speakers, on the program,
J.B. Poteat Passed
Away Tuesday A.M.
Women Of District
Meet Here Today
A group conference of the Women's
Auxiliaries of. the 'Presbyterian
churches of District Number Due,
which comprises the organizations in
Waynesville, Canton, and Hazckvood,
will' meet today in the . Presbyterian
church. Mrsj. W. Faucet tv ' Swift,
district chairman, will preside over
.'Among- the special speakers on the
program will be Dr. Robert Hedinger,
of Asheville, Mrs. Butler, a retired
niiusioiiarv. of Hraz'it ' who is now
visiting in this section, and Miss Cor
nelia" . Taylor, who will have charge
of the Bible hours, Mrs.'- Preston
Thomas, of . Ashevi'lOo;, Pre.sbvterial
secretary, of Foreign Missions! will
receive the gifts front the auxiliaries
for the White Cross work.
The meeting -will begin promptly
lit 10:,'ill and lunch will be served at
PI-:3I, and .will- be followed by an
To Meet October 6
The contract will be let October
third by the State Highway Commis
sion for ;i.ii miles of road, ami two
river bridges on Highway No. 1281,
from Bethel towards Springdale, it
was learned here this week.
The new route will go to a point
about live miles down the river, and
will save about a mile from the pres
ent route. The two bridges, crossing
Fast Fork and West Fork of Pigeon
river will be built ut a point near
where the old bridge was torn down.
The project will probably cost If 100,
000 or more, but the funds for this
wiil come from that which was set
aside for this project last year and
will not take any from this year's
The road will be twenty feet wide,
and the two bridges will lie built of
reinforced concrete ami 17til00
pounds of steel. Since this road is a
federal project, the bridges must have
a minimum load capacity of U tons.
This part of the program winch
will eventually lead to the paving of
all the road from here to Brevard.
Contractors are already at Work in
Transylvania on that part of the
route in the l.ookmg Glass ( reek
lion. Surveys are being vvorkci
'for future lettings by -the "com in is
i '-.!. n
are to begin work
the latter Dan - tht.-
n,-.r .",.'( it to Sum-lav ' scln
Si ill 10
po; mining, - present.
. on the root
week on the
:ol annex- of
eh, it 'was
oomph :. i
; hi ; week. .. - . ' . ' ;
.fil'to'-n. meil - are. busily en- I
t pii.-liin' the -work toward-'!
The" brick'- work is well ,
y. an 1 plan- are to complete j
V .early", next ;week. ' ;
oi l; litis heen pushed forward
and is ahead . of .sch'-du'e,
wing a ii i
pes ed away at
av nioi'iiin'.-1 ,..f ,11
Ptoato:, 7-years ohl. i
i.is wife, a half lii'nth'
is-,, .tllld Otic '-' - tei ,'. Ml
nt i ii-;il i ar'o.n:i.
decoa -i A was : ;( pi
,,f :h .-l-'iL'CMi Valley .-
m :i.ct'-f pa" 1 1 ,'.;.: the
( i-t :iu),
I ho Ihc-
V ii: 'mi, aniiouii
c-jialige htl'l lie n
, ii' lie meeting
viiiir- been niov-
K'U kns homi: aitkr
Sl'KNDl.Nt; liKli SI MM lOli
WtH?5" atrImen continued their
. o .uivnivl. ,j . - - .
: an T cnlrcing trarhc laws,
s::g v aJe''aSe of. about six. a day
-rieii. '. before "magistrates to
0!t''6f ii, ' "' r ' ' '
case3 were for improp-
N fcj.i , n"e others were sneeding.
5;toi starts3 ,d!'ivins- Since - the
deiiw- r" campaign, a ma
W ,a.3f has been noted in
- ..' violations.- 1 . '
X" IUMAGK BY FIRE
'4avre.el,artlenf was called out
't ci an u answer to
Oil V -0l1 barre1 tack of the
si r. ' .--ei'vice Stot;., r,- tVo
Rotary Club Has
:V The Waynes'ville Rotary.. CI ' got
off to a good ff'fS
bv having one hundred per cent at
feyndance,gand also by hav.none of
the most unique programs of the year,
wit.v M. D. Watkins in charge. -
Mr. Watkins prepared a ui
question for each member of the club
"BSrhe one hundred .e cent
So'otheJ-from Miami- :'
inirni ANNOUNCEMENT j
: Mr.: ait.i Mrs." J. Edwards Jaynes, of ;
Lake Junalusk:i, announce the -birth
of as an, lames: Edson, born Sent. ..
ji:j5 Mr-. Jayne was before her
marriage, Miss Freda Finchev.-a
teacher . in, the Ilayyvoo'l -, cpunt'
; C. afte
Anna . D'i-'
r homo in
( hant - has
r I'dth sur.i
iei e for : the
(-iter part 'of the' slimmer, and ilur
ii; time her two mV, 1 Frank and
iliid and their families visited heie.
Mr-, lies ('hunts, is. one of W.'i.v-.-ilie'-
lie's t; -tei --. She . '.'i'e !
:: Da Vi-'a -Terrace.
II. P. M.o.-s...)i..e-..
county singing col
cod yc.-lciday 'that -a
made, m the -. cl.H-dit
tlii - vt'itf. the .date
, , in, i ruin tliird Sunday in Novein-
to .'the lir-t Sumiay in. October -
ttih. at the Kdneyvdle high sejieo,.
eight lililo.s from Hend'T-onvilio'- on
i he' 11a t I 'a vo road.-
. The change' ',wa-- niiide bocau.-o. of
ueiitlor 'hat 'usually come
in t lie tatter leu t id
said. ' ;Th:" .coll-vciition
wood, Pol k, lltinconibo
and Hi ;.di r. o:i ( oiint i
"Ail -ingers in -'the
invited to ai-tctid iinil
anil .oil's?" books. 1 h
lii'O-in toil o'lhu'K,"
announced, ' ,- ' ' ."
Funeral For Harry
, Ti aii-ylvania,
' tei-riiol v ' f.ri' I
o siiigin;!; w-iil
. Ihe ple-ideti
Line Survey To
Rtial communities of Western
North Carolina wishing elect ric line
service will have . the opportunity tu
apply for a survey by acting imme
diately through the county agents.
According to-deorge M. .Stephens,,
member of the Rural Electrification
Authority for the western counties,
the Raleigh office of the Elect rilioa
tion Authority 'phoned him Monday
morning', that it is putting two men
in (he field to .make survey in the
Western North Carolina counties to
report on places where electric line
extensions are practical. It was an
nounced that a meeting of the Elec
trification Hoard's consulting .engin
eer: will be held in Mr. Stephen's of
liee at the Farmers Federation M.
Asheville oh the '-'morning- of Septem
ber :!0, to give the field survey men
their inst ructions.
: Application for surveys and check
ups by lie.se field men are to be made
at once through the county agents,
or iliiecl to Mr. Stephens so that' they
may hi' cared for. in. the survey work
which is to -start immediately ami is to
last, only a limited' time. Applica
tion, blanks and full instructions aro".
being .mailed this week !o all , utility
agents in the western :-:octinn.
Woman's Club To
By Opera Singer
:The V niiU
J coicerl .by .M
; '( 1 1 ii i-:t ( em h i I
7t li at S : 1 r i
.Vl-tss. V et tori 1
in A hovillo
200 Attended Outing Of England-
w ."'. I1T 1
Walton Company Employees W ed.
- I ' ;!. . til sor lee- -Ma-;
ie . Fum ial 11
inoi.iiiiig l'of 1 1 art :
liro'iinivoiu ' real
: n estinta''. 1 cfwd et ever two
hunilrci; 'composed .ut' employees am,
Vamilie- of England-Walton Compa-
inent several hour, Wednesday
aftei'noon at Belle Meade Playgrounos
enjoying games and contests: ami enii
etl their frolicking with a barbecue
supper. -."," : , . .
It was the first event, of its kinu
that the employees, of the company
ever held. It was entirely their own
get-up, and everything was in cnarge
of the men, and the women agreed
that the food would not have been
better if the best of their sex had
The ferns wheel was turned over
to the children . for the afternoon,
while both men and women engaged m
various contests and games.-
Winners in the different events
vere as follows: ...':-,
Marshmellow and string chewing,
Miss Louise Whisenhunt.
Dre--up, and quick change, Mrs.
Helen McElroy. f
Fat ladies' race, Mrs. Colin Mclnnes
Banana eating .-.'Contest
Wvatt. :,'. .",:..;
The 'hret-U-gged race for ;.niei-.
Robert-.'Lo'we aniRichard Sweanriger.
Mixed: race, , boy and ." -g:r!, Ju.n
Wagenfeld,. and. John Foigty. 1 :
Horeshoe pitching contest, .K')'..i,ej.
Shields and (Jean Parr:;. , ::, .,
'; Tug-of-war, Homer Moore, Raleigh .
Mills Ed Swayngim,' Julius Davis,
Lcuis Byrd, and Charles Compton.
Several visitors, were invited out,
to attend the outing- : ' ,.
.Those in '"charge of the afternoon s
event were: . . , . ,
F. C. Comnton, L. M. Rxheson,
Colin Mclnness, E. C. Wagi r.ftid, W
B, Winchester, S, H. Lane, J.
Shields, T. G. Stump. C. H. Boring,
Dwaine Robinson, R. A. Gaddis, J.
Raulette, Leo Martel, V. M, Rhea, and
Fred Farmer. .
Indefinite plan are to make this
an annual event, in view of the fact
that the outing yester-lay was such a
success from every standpoint,
held -at . the
E. ( h-urch, o.'!,
i'.-tiite -.broker,, ol.
who die d -Saturday niorn-
, , , ii. . . : i .. t
iti a- t he llavw ooo.. e oirniy iiospnoc
Feilowiiig the .-ervii-e-', the' mody ac
companied by his wife,', was taken to
Miami, whole ititeitiueri will btemade.
Mr., and '.Mi.-, Church, who have
bleu coming to Waylie-'ville for years,
as guests of M''. I '"'.tiid Dunham, .a
family' connection, ai riveil- in. town on
e, ..:.,,,.. ... .-, , ro -v is 1 1 ill; ill
;'. , I the Dunham. Hcu-e. The condition
GoribiiTi. . f.V,;,;,'.i, ,, -).,n-,l. been isuffer-
r;r,.-;n ! in-' with 'a heart affection for sonic
yiis, uran ! t jmrv became alarming on Friday and
hewas taken to the Haywood, county
Hospitals vfteie hi' 'itrtw steadily
NVorsC.' . . , ',: ; '
Funeral For Mrs.
X C. Harris Held
Mrs. J. C. Harris, 79', of near Clyde,
died in ah Asheville hospital, at: 5:.40
o'clock. Monday afternoon. .
Mrs. Harris was the widow of R. T.
t Harris SVip i eiirvived bv one son.
J. R. Harris, of .''.Clyde,- two sister.-.,
several grandchildren, anci thp loi
lowing daughters: Mrs. E. J. Willis,
of Arkansas; Mrs. J. R. Clark, of near
Clyde; Mrs. C. , R. Robinson, of Cand
ler; Mrs. Fred Newman, Mi?. W- (
Flynn, and Mrs. J. Paul Murray, of
The funeral services were held at
the Oak Grove Baptist church.
ii! sponsor a
" tile Met l ,,jioilt:in-
f Now York City, .
evening, : O, I iV'i' "' he -ii
t he Methodist church
is spending a ft.'vv'wi eks-
as the "Ue-1 of Mi.
lilaiii'he i.oftain. and the local oigan
izalion is very fort unate .in se-'uring,
hut: for this uiiex poet ed aimearance
', Mi-s Vet torio- po e- e a i :ch voice
with except ioiiiil- Mielody , anil : sings'
with mtich depth of feeling. With her
natural beaut y . of her tone her train
ing and 'experience she never f ii!s !A
'make a st rong anneal to , her audi
ence, both to - children as well a .'...
.... ... , . I... , .u i ',
adults, sue announce una sue
gladly sing any i-equest numbersi
Adding much, color, to the pi ogram :.
will be the numbers. h. will sing in .
costume.- Patrons -of-the concert an1:
Pr. and Mr-, S. P. O tv, Mr. ai d Mi-.
M. II. Row'- -. Mr. an 1 Mi . I tiur, f
Hardin, .Ii:., Mr. and Mrs. Tom .Eee,
Jr, Rev, ami Mrs. Paul: Hardin, Jr..
'. :),. Mrs. W. liaucom. Mr. and
Mi s. '('; J'.: Kirk,pat,rick,.Mr. and , Mr..'
R" H. Illackwell, Mr, and Mrs. (irov r
('. Davis, Dr. . and Mrs. N. M. Me t
fotd. Mr. and Mrs. John N, ShvoI
bre.i, Ur. and Mrs. Robert II.' Stretch-,
or; Mr. and Mrs. "John M. (Jueen, Mr,
f'lydiJ Ray, Jr., Mr. and Mrs., .v. , liar
leV) Howe'.'., Mr--. Hugh. A.. Love, Mr.
and Mr; M. G. Stahiey. Dr., and Mis..
J. Rufu-i McCracken, Mr. and,, Mrs.
Wor.ds'oP Jones Mr. an.r Mrs. . Paul .
Hv;,-: ' M ' - - Man' in t Terrell, Mr.
and -Mrs. .laIc"Mcsst-r.."Mr and Mr'-R-chaetl
Ha.;,or. ,.Tr Mrs. D. M.. Kil
l;:iri... Mi;ss Nancy,, Killian, . and . Mr.?;
Re . Nt' 'RarT'er,. , ".'','
C. R. At kin -on ha-, hc-en.
bv. Governor J. ( . , r.nringuau n
notary public of this county. Mr.
A-kinsoii was recently "named" a., mag
istrate, also. He is maintiimr.g head.
quarters in the court house. ; : ';.