I pAV SEPTEMBER 23, 1937
THE WAYNESVILLE MOlTNTAINEER
Men To Wear Pulp Group Fixes
Fewer Clothes?! Unit Of Measure
Girl Admits Slaying Betrayer
.n. have hardly changed : Pulp manufacturers of North Caro
ls ' iu radical chantre lina. caller! ton-etber hv thp Stat TW
ltt:ar! U a gross exaggeration! partment of Agriculture, agreed to re- '
: jj thus in men's clothing! gard lf0 cubic feet as "the unit" fur
:!leUth Century has been the: shipping wood and favored the issu
",, oversized coats and un-Jance of wood purchase tickets in trip
Jrouseis to undersized coats licate in order that the farmer be
'.; J trousers, according to provided with a record of the sales.
"r" P.tnri;in 1Tt)ya- Mown whit
drawn by the Department of Agricul-
r n inil how will tnese Slaves imes "i-'ns ami .Measures l)ivi-
-nnncipate themselves? 1(-,n " "e submitted to the state
;,ir( fill r n . . ,
ihouM be done about it: "J Agriculture lor approval
offers a few suggestions: 1 before the unit measure of lt0 cubic
'.d,ragon of the extreme; nd purchase-ticket requirement
'IV-J Oi : 'The reeuiiliion is o.'siirn.. rwith fm
am nau no- no ' . ...... ...
is ivq-w'"" . " the
r.jj jtsiie to snoc'K my own s?a,
fat make a very gentle sug
Vc men should shear at least
r fioni the length of our top
. . Viovp wo must accent
... ... a.i a unit of measure in buvintr and sellinc
nr'rovertlDie iact mat men . . .
much clothing. I hey , . " ' ,
winter with half UI ust'u m 'nem sections 01 tne
tuii ,,. tVi.it tn ruate Ji inesem, v.-. u. rmucom. cnici
" " . n . . of the weitrhts and measures division.
T-rnt-rts are warmer man one
P" ' . ... said.
1IIUV we iiirii vii null-i
. . i . .. i.iu: ...: u
y wear lignier ciounng wuuour.:
cvnosure to the elements
protection of the manufacturer
who will demand 100 cubic feet of
wood under the agreement and also for
I the protection of the farmer or seller,
giving both manufacturer and seller
r-. y too
r warm in
l. 4C . U i 1
; au snear on uiai, uwirw
x. .the shirt-tail," he urges,
in'ff the buttons on our coat
And the cuffs from our
whic'i are simply collectors
:, dirt, grass, and bits of paper.
..i.i.. . Li. i . .
-o ,r-.i y vvitn ine aouoie-oreasteu
Away with the stiff-bosomed
fc;K; away with stiff straw
stiff tip hats, stiff, heavy bro-
L('. us remove once and for
stiffness which results in stuf
I:th another clip of the shears,
du away with long trousers;
an hour's wearunless we stand
kneed and refuse to, sit down
make us look as if we had sud-
suceumbed to a severe case of
the lower extremities. I
that we should wear knick-
irrs. io my mind there is noth-
Commissioner of Agriculture W".
Kerr Scott assured the manufacturers
I of the department of agriculture's
i "desire to co-operate with the pulp
manufacturing industry," but added
I that he hoped "some program mav be
planned to give the grower more in
come.". Among the pulp manufacturers rep
resented at the meeting included: K.
U. Sutton, E. L. McKee and H. P.
Crowell, all of the Sylva Paperboard
Company, Sylva; C. B. Smith and J.
H. Keener, Champion Paper and Fibre
ndM jm II ill lim inn tim iwilnn ilm
signs of sanity. There we are adopt
ing eomfoi-table attire. But elsewhere,
we seem to think that when we show
our Adam's apples, we are debauched.
And to disclose the male ankle is
considered the height of daring. While
it is undeniable true that not many
people really care to look at a man's
Adam's apple or even his ankle, yet
I insist that no sacrifice is too great
ih beach, we men are showing to make in the name of comfort."
Here are the two women principals In the sensational slaying of
P?ul Reeves of Woodbridge. N J., who was fatally wounded by the
20-year-old schoolgirl he had betrayed. Margaret Drennan. while his
wife, Myra Reeves, was at a movie When Miss Drennan visited
Peeves at his home at his insistence, according to the story she
U'M police, she was forced to shoot him to defend herself from an
f - ; i
1 '' " AS HE SEES THE
HUMAN SIDE 0' LIFE
With the arrival of fall,
the natural trend is to travel-see
things visit, and
enjoy the colorful forests
on the mountain sides. . . .
Let us prepare your wear
ing apparel for your trips
-wr method of cleaning
and pressing will please you
Well, hit's gitten 'way long toaig
the last of Sept. . . 'bout a inonth be
yan Unkle Abe's ,'ird Annerversary,
er what-chu-call it. An' seein' as how
we didn't say enny thing 'bout it at
the time, 1 reckon 1 mout say little
LOW COACH FARES
FROM WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
Atlanta, (ia. ..
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Baltimore. Md. . ,. .... ..... ; . . . . . . . .
'nn. Mass. . . ... . . . . , . . ,
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flarlestoriv S. C. .. ...... ..... . '; . . .... . . . ,
Dptroi(, Mich. . .
"alias, Tex . . .', ;.'. , . ; .'v. . . .
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J1"1 Springs, Ark. s . ., . . . .
'"dianapolis, Ind. . . .
Kanas ( ity . ........ .... . . .... . '.:.-.
KnoxviHe. Tenn. .. .v ...
Los Angles, Calif. . ..... . : . . . . . . . .
loui.sviHe. Ky. , , . . . . ........
Mobile. Ala.. ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miami. Ma. .' "" ' - ' " '"" ' ' ' ""
iew vork, n. Y;
prtland, Ore. . . . . . . . '..
mond, Va. .;?!; . . '.
Mo..".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.... , . . . . . .
J" Francisco, Calif. . . , . ..... . . . . . . . ... . : .
nauiy low Coach rares to many oiner poim.s
ac'h ':"ticfeeT 5 am tmnd fnr ?.f rlavs from date of sale
' u ptrniit stopovers at any and all stations enroute,
. 10. i:!
Avoid the hazards of the Hitrh wa vs For Safety and
om'r.,. T. . -. ... .
- i ravel by Train.
R"e J- G. Terrell, ticket agent, or write
. ''V;; R. II. DeBUTTS,
Assistant Gn. Passenger Agent, .
Asheville, N. C. ;'.V.;.,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Bein' so modist 'bout like a 15
yeer ol' kuntry lass a-blushin' behine
her fan o' kource I'm not a-Roin' to
say enny thing 'bout the 5,000 (more
or less) loyal reedurs an' Boosters
uv this here stuff. I blush ever time
I haff to menchun this 5,000 (less or
more) Rooters from Hona-looly (&
'Frisco to Noo Jersey, an' from Flor
idy to the borders of Quin-tooplet
Land (more or less.)
Then ye no, fokes, t'nkle Abe haz
alius had a strick re-yard fer the
trooth ... he shows that in ever let
ter. So, now, modisty an trooth kom
pels me to say that this kolyum haint
never de-zurvd all those fine kompli
ments no, sir-ee! But if that's the
way you reedurs, Boosters an' Hooters
(5,00(1 less or more) look at it, all
I've po to say is
chial v he!
I'nkU' Abe out an' put in the S. S.
I.essin at oiiet, or nit i.n' 'iiin' pap's
a-g-oin' to kwit takm' t he ' paper, also
Bro. .John. I'm a ihris-eliuii, hut I'nUlc
Abe hnint 'u ehi is-eliun t i.e way he
cusses an' tawks about churches ail'
"Yores, In His Name,
A Lh1v S. S. Tt iu her."
"Now, there ye air!" sez the Ed.
"what have ye (rot. to say?"
"Why, you're the Docktur . . it's up
to you," sez I. "I remember the time
'bout 2 yrs. ajro when ye tuck out the
S. S. Lesson, also a few jokes an'
cookin' re-ceits to make room fer The
On-human Side . . . so, time 'bout's
fare play, I reckon."
IM YDLNT IN THK MT.NKFK
But hit aint all bin moonlite sailin"
in "Bloo He-wahyin Waters" no, sir
ee! . . . seein' as how Unkle Abe haz
to frit out biz stuff ever wk. an' him
with 10 di-'zeezes -I. yooce to have 10,
I've redoost it to h'a h re lately.)
1 remember t he. persiin what l it in
froum Cove Cr., er sum.whirs down
thai suinp'rii liki' tt.
"I cr .Mr. Kiitur,
"I kaint . -staiid it mutch longer.
"Yores t rc.uly.
"A I!i i 'i n ." ;
"What do ye reckon this S. S. Ti ech
er meens by say in' 'In Hiz Name?'
axt Buster Bridvres. "Whooze name,
"No she meens- (lod A'mit'hty's
naine. don't she, I'nkle Ahc you oiter
no. bein' a prcechcr, n- sunip'm," .piit
in Mrs. (Iwyn.
"Yes, yes," si'Z I sorter quick like,
rememberin' that I wuz a X-Sirkit
liider an' yooce to jrive 'em h( II out on
the t'ow I'asehur S.rkit in Jackson
"Ye see, them wcuds yooce ti be
Save 25V On Your
We'l, t.'i- Elitur diiln't no
what to niake uv that letter; so, VeOin'
as how I'de paced 'round over
the country a good deal, he bra wt
the thirij: to mo
"What-chu reckon it is he or she
kaint stan' much ..l.onjrer? he axt.
"Durnil if I P." . . I'm no mine reed-
ur, 1 repniie.
"Well, haint-cr.u never oreenieil
enny thing 'bout sertiii persun down
at this place not hem able to stanii
it mutch longer? axt the r.ditur.
"Stan' what ?"
"Well, sump'm anny thing," sfrz
he ... an' 'thai; we stood a-lookin at
each other, b!;.:.'.:y-e;y blank!
- '-..: .' ' .-, '.i
"Ennyway, I think - .you'de better
get in yore ke-fU' an' go down an' see
'bout if," kontin-yo,d, the Fditur..
"See 'bout what,?" I repli.le. "I'
ye think I'ni a-goih" down thar in that
eckshun inquirin uv everyrjody 1 meet
if they no enyboiiy what's bin a-goin
a round sayin' that they, 'kaint stan
it mutch longer'? . No, I'll hay at the
moon before .-Ml do that," sez I. "Be
sides ever w hat, it wuz w hat that per
sun coodn't stand mutch longer haz
prob'Iy busted loote long before now ."
Well, the matter Wuz drapt fer a
few days an' almost fergoti-n, when
Howl McCraken lade the 2nd letter
'on the Editur's desk; and hit wuz frum
the same place Am Duff, Crabtree,
Fines Cr., Cove Cr., er sumwhirs down
"Deer Mr. Editur,
"I kaint stand it mutch longer, 1
meen Unkle Abe's stuff. He's a-goin'
to ruin yore paper . . . fackt ia he's
! A thii.isands of itherx are doing,
i I "represtnt The Northwestern Mutual
, l ire Associatii.i,, of Seattle. Wash.,
i which has averaged payinc -'' divi-
dend to Miliry holder- for .. ;ar.
thouch the amount of liidcnt isn't
I (.1 AKANTEKD.
i SOME INTERESTINC; I A( IS
' It has been licensed in this State
for 17 vears and has never had a suit
in settling claims.
' It leads all mutual fire companies
in North Carolina in premiums writ-
It is 21st in net premiums written
of all fire companies in the '. S.,
and is FIRST among all M I Tl'AI.
, fire companies.
- Its imliruis are (i I-AKANTEEI)
'NON-ASSESSABLE which the law
! allows it to do.
i- The Home Owners Loan Corpora-
. i ion. a government institution accepts
; It has nearly 7 million dollars of
assets, ineludinu reserve which the
! law- requires and over 2 million Sl'K
I'US. I t mm 1S4( to 1f36 of 16.1 mutual
'companies having a surplus ol as
I much as S200.0fio.no NOT A SINGLE
(V. HAS FAILED while 12 have
It has policies on many public build
in us in North "Carolina and through
out the country.
I will be glad to give you any other
information you may desire. Policies
are written at same rate other rom
panies use. and your DIVIDEND will
reduce next payment.
E. C. HORTON, Mgr. j
Ctnton Phone 172 or 178'
Waynesville Phone 161
AGENT FOR HAYWOOD COUNTY
yoozed a rite smart," sez 1; "hut now
moast everbody's cut 'em out in
cloodin' the preechers. 1 reckon they'
ve not got the nurv, awdacity, er
sump'm to yooze 'em."
"Well, what daz she meen by sayin'
that she an' her gran 'pap's a-goin' to
quit takin' the SIt-'neer, also Bro.
John?" axt Tom Bridges.
"Now thar pops up 1 more Igno
ramus," sez I. "Kaint-chu see, she's
a-takin' a-nother paper called Bro.
John', an' she's a-quilten hit, too."
Then sumbody lookt around
"S-s-sh!" he sed, a-pintin' toarg the
Fd. in hiz den. We lookt an' thar he
wuz a-studyin' awful hard ... he
had hiz hed between hiz neeze, an
when he duz like this we no he's
a-studyin" rale hard.
Then Ed. Russ riz up all at onctr
sorter mad like
"I'm not a-goin' to do it blessed
if I do'! sez he. "I'm a-goin to put
in the S. S. Lesson fer fer this
chris-chun; but 1 also meen to keep
I'nkle Abe in( fer all the multitude
uv pore sinners an' that's that!"
Maybe if we saw ourselves as others
see us we still wouldn't see ourselves
as we reallv are.
Bruce Barton Says-
"The home of the fu
ture will lav all of its
tiiesome routine bur
den on the shoulders of
cU.;ik' machines, free
ing motiiers for their
1 1 a! woi'k. which is
motherhood. The moth
ers ,( the future will
lite to a good old age
and keep their youth
and good looks to the
Mr. Barton Is Right--don't
you think so ?
The ,vui:)j.' lnuisrwivt's of today, am! t:ie older
oiK.'s-1,, can rcUiiji ' I heir 1'ivshin ss, buoyancy and
attractiveness many years longer than their moth
ers and trraiuimot hers wire itlile to, thanks to the
dni(i i -i luninatiiLo; possilnlil ics ol" electric service
in the home through electric ret riejerat ion, the elec
tric latie, the water heater and .other . electrical
And The Cost Is Insignificant!
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WASHES 12 LBS.
Your clothes will be to much
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itary it you have Eliza wash
them at home in a new EASY1
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action washes clothes much
more thoroughly no partly
washed garments floating
around at top constant, gen
tle washing in top. middle and
bottom of tub. Outstanding
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workmanship for long life.
Pay only $1 a week. Phone
us now to do your next week's
Massie Furniture Co.
WAYNESVILLE, X. C.