fHE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
WAYNESVILLE. X. (. THURSDAY, Al (il ST 5. Wtf
$1.50 IX ADVANCE IX COUNTY
lorida Man Buys
On Alien sueeK
! Hoi tt. Purchases, 1,063
'.cre Tract. Says W. N. C. On
v Of EvP""1s'on Program
County Taxes Will
Be Advertised In
Next Week's Paper
Waiting For A Car To Pass
f A. H'it.
J:n( ' I'"
The tax collector's office is now
making out the delinquent tax. list
for tlie printers. The list will be
:' Fort Lauderdale, i turned over to the printers on Monday
,-ug:h J. M. Long, morning to he put into type for publi
nia"s Price, of New '. cation next week.
acre tract of the ; Ihie notice has been given by tiie
te on Allen's Creek, collector, and no delay will be made
in turning over the list for publica
tion. The property advertised, will be sold
on Monday, September lilh, it was announced.
his wife have been
, sville for the past
quests at the Pied-
Hotel. Tins year they are stop-
, at the Palmer House.
,i, Hi'ilt is a
: Si-- l"
itive of Arizonia,
iding for the past
in Fort Lauder-
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Funeral For Mrs.
Roland Osborne To
Be Held At 10:30
Wife Of Former President 01
Commercial National Hank
lit!':, i - "O 1 i"ima vcm .w.eu .11- 1. 1 -11 1 j , :
I1' b unera services will be con, hide.
l;rd:h,rvtuer;ty-scven years ago' ,,.,. ,,. . , ,
. H't'-' -
He is the largest
in his home county
s that he considers
f North Carolina, is '
,.;' the .-ante expansive de- j
that Florida was when he!
become one of the
summer resorts in the
AITI NDS (Ol'KSE
!' Hay -pent Tuesday' after-
wfiit hi .-xsnev.ille, attend-.
f a .ttf nt ;.i I e. hi i sf sponsored by the
.vfisiv. nt .ortn Carolina in co-
.with the North Carolina
rai !"i!rtv. :
ii'iiii'i'ni-nt ol' Agriculture
iRijiirMillc Cooperative Si at Ion
H. M. HALL, Observer
: High Low Prec
., (ill 0.1)0
8.'! 5f. 1.34
mi 52 '. 0.I.J
st; . 58.
' I this week . Kl!
'V: :his week Wl
''uc iiatu :ii tun !....,;. .50
:j' Pir i jut at ion ... j ....'.. ...;.2.41
ratiu' Week Last Year, 1936
K- . 5-1
prV maximum ,80
ptmC:-!inimum ....... ...5!'
". i.lii atiou :;.n7
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Plott Osborne, wife of Roland Os
borne, who died at 4:20 o'clock on
Tuesday afternoon at the Waynesville
?". pivscut he plans to spend . Satiatai iuni, after an illness of several
iciiiiiiii at ilaL Price camp from ; weeks.
stiff first until October. He is If weather permits the services il! !
niiiih illici t sted in stocking the ! be. held on the lawn of her' 'mother ,
tiia; 'aii'l. around lt5 acres, in j home, Mrs. Martha Moody Plott, but
icii'.'.if. I in case of rain the services will be
; - ! conducted at the First Baptist church
here. The Rev. II. W. I.aucom Will -officiate.
Burial will be in the fain--ily
.burying ground at Plott.
Active pallbearers will In
Welch, Tom Lee., Jr.. ('has. K.
Jr., Joe . Tate, Oliver Shelum
Lester i!ui gin.
..Serving as honorary pallbearers
will be Dr. .1. F. Abel, V. : T. Denton,
Klley .Ue,llor,l, .1. K. Uoyil, .villas ,xu- j
land, John M. Queen, V. L. Fssoll, J. i
C. Welch, Tom Creen, V. L. Hardin, j
Dr, X. F. Lancaster, and Dr. H. L. ;
Bacon, of Rryson City. i
Mrs. Osborne is the daughter ol
the late Robert Plott and Mrs. Matt if
Moody Plott, and has a wide family
connection, in this section. She nnd
her husband "resided here for many
years after their marriage. Mr. Os
borne having been at one time presi
dent of the Commercial Hank before it
was merged with the First National.
After leaving here they went to Cul
pepper, Ya., where they stayed 'several
years, later moving to Whiltior,
where they have since 'bee.ii living.
Surviving : are her husband, four
daughters, Mrs. II. K. Fishers, of Canton-,
Miss Thelma Osborne, of. Middles
boro, 'Ivy., Miss'. Virginia Osborne, of
New York City, and Mrs. Harruard
Tankard, of Orange, Ya.,. two sons,
Robert Osborne, of Culpepper, Yn..
and Roland Osborne, of I'oi't Angeles,
Wash.,' four grandchildren, her moth
er, Mi's. MaUie Moody Plott, two sis
ters, Miss Minnie 'Rao Plolt. of Ken
nedy, Ala., and Mrs, W. M. Rryson,
of Decatur, -Ca.,. and' six brothers,'
David O. Plott. James R. Plott, (J. C.
Plott, H. 11. Plot:, ail of Haywood
county, and V. R, Plot I , of Raleigh.
! W' ' '
Tourist Traffic Is Heaviest Of
The Season, Many Here Now
:enver InHi'in !(ars From -(i s,aUs ( ,,lin,ed
Bill in Senate
This is Roy MiM'iiiiiN iiinl Ills SeeitiK- Kye Dog. "S.-illie" a I h y
st.'pi'ial at a ci.iii wail fiti. a car to pas-.. "Sa.l ir" ha ' .iu-;t shown
Roy the rurli. lull will not tcp fo, w a r : until eCi y ii'n "f danger in
til. stn-.t iia-- iase.'.. In tha a r ;ct- i ielo w onie of t h,- :i i-nniilrli
inehls of thr i,.t ;n- ir iiio, I'im.'.i Ralph I-. ii - ! s
Roy Moseman, Depends On
'Sallie', His Dog, To Take
Him Places Without Trouble
Sow That He lias His SeejiiK'
Kye Jhiir, Hoy Is Hack Al
Work Kverv Hay
It !' July : 1):57 l'l.'lfi
Month : 8! -.- !S
'Vr- i;',oith . . . 42. .' "52
iiViUin- 82.' . 87
ii'.:.'jnh'i..-.' - (;;., -.:.74
'jii-'a-ion. ' 7.1:5 : 5.87
: . 10 : 11
ai.iy 17 - PI.
' ' '.4- "'.-. .."7
in. or more rain 16; ' ", HI
ATT FN I) FCMR M.
Kev. and Mrs. H. V, Raticom return
ed Monday from I.uniber.ton, where
they went last Suivthty t attend the
funeral of Mrs, W, R. Tynci, sister-in-law
of Mrs. Baucom.
overner Davey, Of Ohio, Enjoying
Vacation With Brother At Soco Gap
rVei'Kr And Pai tu M,H Trin
Iltfoutrh Park YestprHa w
v'ng Great Time," Said
u :i Way Gvvyn.
xt'iTl James A. G. Davey
r "' :'-' 5-vests at their, home at
l-0.j.. ' clays, the former s
,; ' .yeiriov Martin: L. Davey,
- v ' ,l s- Davey and their
Wn L.; Davey,. J'
H-rr.-r lHlV(.y is findl:ng this sec
.0Very restful .fl-ff:i. 4.
io J2ni) in his native state of
- tfc . ,' or 'tations, so prev-
Lli t vUgnout the , country, have
Parv Vacation here-he and
nn are tak-in . .-' ....
;'fs uin the major points of in
trin , . Gap' but ne made an-
iav WPeP.le int0 the Park area.
'm A., lore he and his tiartv pn.
e is Vp ".""" nsgah.
feinitilfl!- th,at now he has
wiP ne will be anx
ious to return. He is optiii.i-'.e over
the future of Western North Carolina,
where his brother, James A. ;. Davey,
has come to establish his .permanent
home, and states that many from Ohio
are being attracted to this vacation
area, and he expects the number to
increase in the future.
Governor Davey is the son of the
late John and Bertha Reeves Davey,
the former a native of EnErland, and
known as the "father of tree surgery,"
who established the Davey Tree Ex
pert Company, and the Davey Insti
tute of Tree Surgery at Kent, Ohio.
He was educated at Oberlin Collejre'
He has served as genenal nianatrer
and treasurer of the Davey Tree Ex
A strong Democrat, Governor
Davey had an ' ; interesting political
background before becoming governor
of Ohio. He says that while he was
always more or less concerned with
public affairs, he received his real in
spiration for public service, -the' night
he listened to the returns when
Woodrow Wilson, whom he ad
mired 'tremendously, was elected
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It wi'iuld be. bard to tin. I a more !
contented person in Haywood county
today, than Roy.- Moseman, Waynes-;:
ville's younn blind man, who has hi
2o-inoiitbs od .-black l.abiailor d"H' .
from the Seeing-Kye, Inc., in Morris
town, N. .1., and a- iroinv: any place
he wants to uo, anl is niakine. regu
lar Main street, deliveries every after
noon of the Abbeville iaper, and :il"
larrio- on his busines on Main street
a! Iii--new s and. refreshment stand.
. About ; t ai ;ico I;..; , i 1 1 -
vi.-ion- Tda-y he di pe'iid- on Ins doe-.
"Sallie." to lead him i o place-, a 111 1 :
to watch for aoiitei-.
Ro- ami his doy- have been back
fl'0111 -.New Jersey about 10 day. Iloth
are now aecustoini'd to; Waynosville's.
streets, and curbs.
Two days after they trot hoiiie, tins
iiews.p;iier aked an interview.
Roy -jfladly . granted' the i ( ijue.-l, but .
instead of us -Uioking up Roy, or go- 1
ing to his home, he came by the ollice. 1
Not only that, liiit. "Sallie" brought;
him right through- a ..-swinging door,
011 to another door right into the edi-
tor's office; ' j
The editor asked Roy to have a t
chair, and then it was that "Sallie"
turned Roy into a .position for him" to j
sit in -the- chair just as correct as i
As soon as Roy had seated himself,
he thanked "Sallie" and she lay down,
never moving until Roy was -ready
to go. "
"Sallie ' works on affection. She
is rewarded for every thing she does.
The rewards being kind remarks from
Rov, such as "That's a good girl, now
then, that's a good girl." j
When she directed Roy to the chair j
she was patted on the neck, and thank
ed. She obeys every "command, and
is directed to go either to the left or
right or f u waid. If a command is
given, and she sees danger, she waits
and will. not move' until all danger has.
passed. Roy never steps in front of
"Sallie. ' -
In crossing ;i street, "Sallie" gets
to the curb and .stops. ;; Roy puts out
his right foot, and feels (as shown in
the picture). When he is satisfied as
to the step, "Sallie" moves on, but
not until she has satisfied herself that (
there is not a car coming. If she j
finds a car is coming around the cor- ,
ner, she Waits until it passes, or ;
hurries across the street and leads j
Rok.' out of danger, '. -;; . j
"Sail:" ha? a harness and a leash, j
llii'ut:h the harness that she
her -signals.- S 1 1 i m I inn's ii
signal is a shrug of the shoulders
deiioles a roiicb place in tin' side
walk or .' 1 1 eel .
, -dap on Roy's fell leg Ineans that
"Sallie" must be ;il ra-e, and lo sit.
down and w a
Rov mid '
lilte.l. I ,,,
it nul l I com ma nded t o go.
'Sallie" are hei-r sepa-
I a 1 I
1 w . 11 : in
;i lioriiiai 1
for ten or
! 1 ;i : 11 1 ng. j, thai
Ii. prelect iheir
:.:.lkel up to R.i
hi III, I' is - ilest
.blow Would ever
lie.' . Would be on
ba t ting 1 if alley e.
t Ween friend and
and lone of Voie
Weighs 50 pounds.
tectilig RoV, she .
a "lady", and start
sharp teeth which ai
when she 'opens her
mi on 1 1 am . I
ie 1 , bis " wa II. iiie,
was I 1 nioiii h
l in 1 1 aiiiiue, S
ut It- old. and ,f
ife.'she Will I"- .;. ;
eh-vi-n. yeai .
I he jieeiat t'. a' 11
tlie d..;.; .
1 1 a n 1 1 -.
til. ; ;
- 01 car.
-die is now
!' he ii.
; d guide
!' ' of the
ai e ? aught.
:l III si 1 ike
ii use ."Sa I -lit
ii t in 1 h e
W. 1.. Hardin, Sr., secret. in lo
('oi!grisman Weaver, received a
wire yesterday that -the Senate
t'emmiltee had reported favorably
on the Weaver Indian Hill, and
that the bill was expected to pas
the Senate either late Wednesday
Tile 1 act Ilia; tiie aid was sent
to the tloor of I he Senate x.r.llolit
being contested ill the com 111 1 1 1 ee.
almost assures its passage. Moth
of tin Senators from North Car
lilia are for 'the measure, and' are
Using then influence 111 'getting it
The bill g i es 1 he Indian.-, a
1 . , 1 1 1 I., l-m.l a...,
Creek for funning lands within
the park aiea. The laud down
Soco l 'reek is w anted l or t be
building of the western Icniiiis
of the Dine Rub:,- Parkway.
Over $1 1,000 Paid
On 'Count v Taxes In
Jiify, Report Shows
lla Wo..,l:iapa.vers paid -' 1 I. I.'i I
"I l.'i'.i - duiaiii'. . I ills . aei online to. a
-I. il. 111. nt pies, in,., I t,, th,-: ,ai, ,,'
i-oiiiiiir-.Moii, 1 a by . II. M.-( 'io-L.-n.
'av .a. lie, lor .111 . 1 siipoi j..,it- . iv j;,..t
The. total repi eseuls Miiall aniount.
as far back as the repoil vlw.it,-
witlt soinei I, mi. hv(. S,:;;ii; being- col
li-i-i.'d on :i.",:'j t.aAcs.
Tavi-.s for l:i:ia i.ui over S,,.riti,
w bile t he bulk of the colled n.iis wei e
for l'.i:u; lav.-s, which amounted to
1 ss.iih:;..! 1 .
1' is interesting to no!,. tlat dur
ing July. $1, I.HI was collected on ,en
alfies. Th,. acfual t;i bring jiist a
lit t li over ! .'.000.
Star To Meet Mere
'I lie dlsl 1 let meeting of the I). I'.'.
S. w ill in, , ) in ayiie ville, w ilii lb,
local K;.i-.tei-'n Si ii r ;', ha pi e r, ,,n: n,Ai :
1 diies'day, .August the I lib. 'n,i-.
'Iistrir't coiiiprises . ,, chaplei ,,
rovei ing ih,. i, n iv,, ;, M
My to II, lai, 1 .a t ,. I ,., ,,. : di
be two sessions., a I I er.tiu. ,n and e,-n
ing. b:-i,i:il!liiiig lit .';i' ..'clock dor t he
fii si and eiltllt o'clock l'.,j- the ai trr.
large iiiiinbei i,f-.,in,-c,-, nil Indue.;
pa- I win I iV gj and- ami ,,, ,. nn
Woi l h.t' r 1 .iti.l , t ill ia and t,,;,.
jiai.'l :oii I In: ,i og 1 .1: n.i . w li ii-li: has been
planned -a iih special .all .'-nl ion..'
Ila.vwootl Sininy Co.n-
vention .Mct'Ls Sundav
Via .iiffej-etiee be-.
''.' Their nciii.r:
guides rt.-r. She
..in! m time' of p.n"-'.
oald forget' sin- is
ijs mg her long
ipiite 140I c, abb
1 , , nth to yawn,
t. to New Jersey,
male dog, but
bail become so
veil t he train-e-h
Ha- II i wood .County Singing emy-
1 iri 1.' -1 1 will hold- the regular monthly
0 v :.'.g al the court house ..n Sunday,
Aiigii-t the Kth. The hours will be
from I o'clock to four o'clock; The
public is invited to .'alleild and take
j (onimciie Hoports Increase
I This week has marked a decided!
! gam both iii travel through the town
! and in (he number of tourists stop
ping over. According to J. Dale
Stent., secretary of I la Chamber of
Commerce, there was a lull in iiuniir
les both by mail and 111 pi-tson ill Che."
olhe last week, but since August
the first, both have nu t eased at u
Norman Caldwell, traffic otli, , r on
Mam .street, status that be has never
seen as many .cars traveling on Mam
street as he has seen since last Sat
urday and Sunday, and that since that
dale 1 ravel has been steadily on the
from -l:.'HI to a o'clock on Sunday
afternoon, Mr. Caldwell counted cars
from lV slates as follows: Arkansas,
Kentucky, Ohio, Klorida, .South Ca.ro--'
lina. Virginia, (leorgia, New York,
M lib 1 gall, Tennessee, 'Pennsylvania,
M iss, mi i, 1 11 in, us, I .nil is iana, Indiana,
North Carolina, Minnesota, Oklahoma,.
Idaho, California, Kansas. Mississippi,
Alabama. TcVas, New Mexico, and
W est iiginia.
Accoiding I,, Mr. t'aldw, II the iun
,i"i;li, ,. iinpiiries being made are
aboul how to get into the vir -at
SnioU Mountains National Pin I.. I'e
s:i 1 hai the inol orista, 1 1 , ,iM (leorgia
-eelll lii.i hi nk t hat I bet illls i;,. into
A "hex die to gel into', the park, and
pass b ihe enhance lo Cherokee on
then wa lo "V-hexill,- and- the
lie s.,s I ha! Vet lew cal illixc
traiclil Ihrough the Jown, that most
of (belli either stop f',, ',ni, or s.un,.
.1.15. I hnmpsoii Meads (.1 imp.
( ominiller I k I m mulatc
I'laiis lien- Tnniuhl
A leiiipoi-ny ocgiiiiizat ioij of llie
"I" ralors- ,,f hotels and boardiiig
boiises id t he oeiiiiuiinit wirs -rfi't t -d
on Tuesday ii ft ,-i 110011 al the ortice
of Ihe U,-,m -)e, I hainber ,,' I',,,,,
1 1 1 i.i-. .
J Ik Tliciiip.,,111, -manager of f he
Paikwiiy '-Hotel, ;"was. -named' tempo
rary chaiiioan, with .1. Oale Stent.,
temp.. 1 aiy se, 1, tai y.
The groups wjll be ;in affiliated or-g-aiiiation
Willi the Chanibei- of (',,,
m-eii-e. .Various problems and phases
of the foiiris! business were discussed.
'Ihe. following eoiiimitlee ttas ap.
Iiointed to formulate t he -aims 'and''
objects, of. Ihe g,,a..p: .1. u illiain
Irion, of the U'aysj.l,. Lodge, (.'. ; .
Reddiligfield, of the Pal,,,,', ,,.,....
I-esler PI. ss. ,.!' Pit - J,,,jM. ..;
Phillips, of the f.,.j,. t,!.
Mrs. ('has., K, (Jniidaii, of Pros,,,., )
Hill. The eoiiiiiiii lee; plans to meet
tonight ii,! s:.;ii , ', l,,, k ih the ,
of the haiiib, r of ( 'oiniii.-rce.
When Roy fii. st x.
he was given a -xx -h
within a week tiie .1
attached to him. tha
el s . could not aiuu
il was that he xa gix.-n VSallie;"
For her faithful, and competent
work, "Sallie" is fed a pound of
shredded wheat .and a half pound of
ground beef a day. The cost of her
food is about t':n or 'twelve cents a
There arc: now only .'loo such dogs
in the country. "Sallie" is the third
to come into North Carolina. There
is one in .Ysre ville and another in
At present only. 100 dogs a year
are being released. It is the desire
of the -.Seeing-Eye, Inc., to increase
this number to L'bO each year.
." The cost ..f training a dog for four
months, and teaching a student for
four weeks is over $1,000. The cost of
the dogs to the students are only
$150. The organization is: support
ed by memberships of $2 and up.
Only about ten per cent of the ap
plicants who apply for dogs are cap
able of handling them, it was learned.
Before a dog is released to anyone, a
thorough investigation is niade of the
case, as well as of the person.
; The first of these trained dogs were
brought to this county in Htlitt from
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Young Haywood Democrats Will Elect
Officers At Banquet Here Tuesday
President .Jerry Rogers and Com
mittees .Making Mans For
1 00 At Masonic Temple
'- . ! Fleet ion of officers for the ensuing
year coupled with the appointment of J
delegates, and alternates to t he state
conventionale) be held in W inston -Salem
on September 10-1 1, x ill fe.-.lui e
the county convention of Young I 'etii
ocratic clubs scheduled for t he ay
ville .Masonic Temple, Tuesday; Au
gust 10. organization : ollicials i,n
nouhced here yesterday.
According to Jerry Pi gris, presi
dent of the Hayxyood county political
organization,, prominent speakers will
also feature the social arid business
departments of the day's . program
which will be climaxed Tuesday night
with a -square and round dance pro
gram beginning in the Masonic Tem
ple at JO o'clock. An outstanding or
chestra will furnish music for this
The annual banquet, always an out
standing feature of these events, will
take place in the Masonic Temple at
8 o'clock Tuesday night when a spe'L
-a;il piogram will, be presented for the
entertainment, of ihe approximately
U'U persons -expected to attend from
all points. of Hayxxood "county.
In addition to ' -Patrolman lingers, of
the Canton -piilie-e department who
heads the -organization ; in Hayxvood
county as pi esident , other present offi
cers are: Mrs. Paul Robinson, 1st vice
president; Mrs. Chester A. Cogburn,
2nd vice president; Mrs; John M.
Cathey, :;rd vice president; Mrs. J.ihn
nie. Fergu --on, secretary, and .M. E.
Swearingen, of Waynesville, treas
urer; (iflicei s for' the ensuing year
will be elected during the special bus
iness session, scheduled for Tuesday
afternoon, officials, announced.
Various committees have recently
been appointed to attend to every de
partment of the annual program
which promises to pack a lot of inter
est from beginning to end. The tick
et sales committee is headed by M. E.
Swearingen, of Waynesville, as chair
man, with Billie Provost.' Hazelxvood,
Elmer J, ' -Osborne, Dave H. Harris, of
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