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THE WAYNESVTLLK MOUNTAINEER
By THOMPSON GREENWOOD
A 1 OLITICAL CONVERSA
(.1 some import In Raleigh
a day this bit of graveyard
emerged . . . and you r.in
ml; vith it without too much
. for it is no fly-by-night
lict 10 to one that J. W.
w .il retire from the Senate
two years before January
and will be replaced by
i! of the Democratic Kxecu
uiiimittee, William Umstead
TALK OF A RIFT between
1 Committeeman Wilkins
, on and Umstead is all
side of the fence
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. . . there are no closer personal
and political friends in the State
than these two. Some say bad feel
ing started because thdy both want
ed to run for the U. S. Senate . . .
and there Is absolutely nothing to
it. But something like this did
happen: Naturally, Ilorton would
like to see Candidate Broughton
have formidable opposition ... so
he has been pushing Umstead to
get in the race with a vim. Re
portedly saying words to this ef
fect at one time: "Well, if you
don't run, Bill, I'm going to, myself."
In other words, he wanted to be
sure somebody was in there pitch
ing against JMB ... Just as Bailey
wanted to get somebody in the
race against anti-Smith Simmons
15 years ago. When nobody else
had the nerve, Bailey went ahead
and won a thumping victory.
work with the project will be
trebled, or better . . . this is the
latest word from Durham, anyway.
SCOH'S SCRAP BOOK
By R. J. SCOTT
BAILEY'S retirement would cer
tainly give Broughton all the op
position he would want
I L' able COUPON on every can of
'. Club. Redeemable at all Octa
; rt mium stores. At your grocers.
BOUGHT A PAIR OF SHOES
last week and found that the black
ones are more popular than ever
Now it's your turn to guess why
. . . Well, the clerk gave a good
reason. Said returning soldiers
tired of the army and its dress, are
buying blacks; the sailors, fewer
in number, are buying tans. So
betwixt between them both, you
will see more black shoes next
year than have padded around foi
a long time.
DON'T LOOK FOR ALL-OUT
PRODUCTION of Turkish tobaccr
in Tarheelia for two-three year.'
yet. Working with Duke Univer
sity ana taaie agricultural agen
cies, a handful of N. C. farmer
in Ashe, Alleghany, and Haywood
counties have grown excellent (a
belter yield than in Turkey) Turk
ish this season . . . but there is no
established market for this tobacco
bo it will be subsidized at a rate
of about 73 cents per pound by
tobacco companies working wit!
Duke until it is all set to go then
Next year, though, the number
of farmers who will be allowed to
You On k
rry - Go Hound - - -
Spending and Paying
may seem all right for a few years. But when
year after year passes and one finds himself
just where he started, he begins to realize that
he is getting nowhere.
This association offers convenient means of
saving regularly, and an equally attractive plan
for getting a home of your own with an easily
paid home loan.
Won't you come in and ask for information?
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS
is Comptroller General Lindsay
Warren, who is the white hope of
O. Max Gardner for a return of
fast-ebing OMG strength in State
offices. They are trying to sell
Warren on running for Governor
next time, and as a part of this
sales talk they had him in Raleigh
from Wednesday through Saturday
last week. He was accompanied by
Fred Morrison (Gardner's private
secretary when he was Governor
and now his law partner in Wash-
ngton) and Mrs. Morrison, and
On Friday, Warren was sashayed
around State offices by Conserva
tionist Bruce Ethcridge, who is
from his old Congressional district
Warren visited his one-time law
partner, Attorney General Harry
Warren apparently is living
bountiful life in Washington. He
looked as if he has picked up about
50 pounds in weight in the past
few years and his ruddy face was
ruddier than ever. Given vigorous
handshakes, some gubernatorial
encouragement, and a half-dozen
on - the - record or off - the - record
jocktail parties, Warren returned
'o Washington via the Duke
Carolina Settoo feeling pretty good
And lie got a line on his pros-
oerts to succeed Gov. R. G. Cherry,
but it just didn't come from the
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THE SOUTH AT LA NTIC
STATES ARL LKADING the na
ion now in building permits, ac
cording to Dun and Bradstreet
wno report that in October the
otal volume of 21(5 cities in the
USA was $101,851,437 highest for
my month since May, 1930.
But in Raleigh the other day.
governor's Secretary John Harden
aw himself moving from his nice
ittle home out into the street or
staying there with the help of Ot'A
i nd being in a somewhat constant
?tate of war with Mr. Landlord. He
?ot out of it by buying the place
Although a half-dozen residential
enters are mushrooming in Ra
cigh. the housing situation here is
;till terrible. New homes are rent
ed even as in your locality be
'ore the foundations are laid.
What's gone with all the houses
NORTH CAROLINA OOP's are
said to be turning against T.
Dewey and are reported to be
swinging strongly in the direction
it btassen, former governor nf
Minnesota. Most State Republicans
seem to feel that Dewey talked too
much in that race Inst fail r,
ost tremendous Dl'eStiep JL'hin
uemocrai u Dwycr won that vie
lory in N. Y.'s race for mayor. The
species ol Republicans found in
uaionna woods, however. nr( nnt
what you would rail thn
ariety . . . and Capt. Harold Stas
ia is. cretainly no conservative.
fypis-r was ut
DAUGHTER. 6f CHRisTofrttR.
i . SHoLtS , fttt mVEM-ibft
of fMt "Typewriter.
pes.uyia.h a.ndes a
Timbered Zohe ?
Snap Shots Of The
HUMAN SIDE OF LIFE
FRANCES GILBERT FRAZIER
WAK II w rnnlinim
to claim its victims when the bat
tles nave been all but fnrtrtfBr,
imnK Jor a moment and
eeall in your nun mnvi..n;t..
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-.uii: wmcn nave occurred in the
....us which came as a
-ineci result oi physical or mental
wounds suffered in the other war
Last week in Oxford one Hubert
V. Woodlief, 27, committed suicide
with a German pistol which he
brought home with him after serv
ing three years overseas . . . and
1,500 miles away Gen. A.'M Patch
died at the age of 56 after a brief
illness from an especially malig
nant type of pneumonia. And so
The Vatican released a r.mnw
only six days ago saying that World
Ming and Loan
War I killed
1T i I
"if.uai injuries thousands of
uiem win go without notice and
me veterans will be criticized bv
the pious for drinking or doing this
or that. The hellishness of war
uoes not come solely from the end
of the gun. Stark tra
erousiy clogs the heels of m.mv rn.
turned veterans right in your home
A majority of deaths of veterans
uunng the next 10-20 years should
not be headlined suicides, pneumo
nia, or heart disease, but simply
wonc. war Jl Claims Another
LOST One golden opportunity to
say a kind and encouraging word
to a fellow-traveler whose road
has been rough and precarious.
A liberal reward will be paid to
any one finding this lost oppor
tunity if they will give it to the
next person they meet needing
A simple little word of inspira
tion is like a drink of cooling water
o a thirsty man on a summer day
It gives new life to a wearied body
and incites his sagging spirit to
higher levels of completion. It acts
like a beacon of light to make the
darkness of uncertainty less fear
some. Sometimes iust one stimu
lating sentence is the sign post on
the highway of destiny that turns
the traveler toward the road to the
LUb i Between here and vester
clay, one of the most valuable
possessions belonging to me. Du
plicates can be bought but only
the original is desirable. Finder
hearing of the whereabouts of
the friend I lost will be hand
There are a great manv beauti.
tin things we find as we traverse
the twentv-four hours that
tute our day but so many of these
things fade away or lose their
freshness as time passes; but that
never happens to a real friend.
The cloudier the day, the heavier
the fall of rain or the colder the
night, a friend is stronger through
aaversny than prosperity or afflu
ence. truly, one of the greatest
and most valuable of the jewels on
uie s string ot pearls is a friend.
ruuND Wandering around in
&eai cn oi ns owner, one gracious
and neart-warming smile. Un
less the owner feels that the re
turn is absolutely necessary, the
finder would like to keep it. No
reward asked for the finder has
ity Administration. Now they say
he would like to run for Governor.
That's foolishness, too. The only
reason he left ESA was that he
couldn't get things going like he
wanted them. But you are likclv
to hear more from him and don't
AS PREDICTED HERE several
weeks ago, Frank Hancock has re
signed as head of the Farm Secur-
I'M NOT WORRYING
ABOUT MY FUTURE
I LL TAKE CARE OF IT
TOMORROW MAY BE
TOO LATE. WITH THE
PLAN, YOU CAN
FOR YOUR FAMILY,
SAVINGS FOR YOURSELF
AND FACE THE FUTURE
CARLISLE HIGGINS, U. S. Dis
trict Attorney, of Sparta, got in
the news last week when he was
named to go to Japan to try Tojo.
The other big news item on Hig-
gins is that he is being urged to
oppose Attorney General Harry
McMulIan. He came within an inch
of doing it last year and he is
likely to get in there next time.
Regarded as the outstanding dis
trict attorney in the U. S. Higgins
could make McMulIan forget War
ren's candidacy for governor in
been more than compensated.
There is a panacea for almost
every every-day complaint we find
ourselves facing, and that is a
smile. We can boost our own low
spirits by smiling at the other fel
low for seldom is a smile not trans-
lerable. Have you ever met a
scowling face and surly manner
with a smiling greeting and have
it fail to get results? There is a
wide diirerence between a genuine
deep-in-the-middle smile and a
surface smirk; the smirk is like a
mask for it conceals something to
be hidden but a smile is a wide
open affair that covers a lot of
territory and includes the world
within its confines.
Sometimes a smile may have a
tear kicking its heels in the corner
but you'll find, sure as shooting,
that there is greater deptli and
warmth in that smile than in al-1
Only 12 Men
Only 12 men were reclassified
during the past week by the local
draft board with one man, James
A. Suttle, placed in class 1-A.
Other reclassifications included;
Class 4-A were Charles W. Mooncy,
Sidney E. Phillips, and John W.
Placed in class 4-F were Doye
Cagle, Paul A. Parker, Jack Tram
mell, and Jimmie L. Wright.
Continued in class 2-C was
Charles A. Ferguson.
Continued in class 2-A (F) were
Larry Swanger, Allen M. Smith
and George D. Plemmons.
Big Savings Realized
On Greeneville Efarl(
Robert L. Hunt of Lattimer. to
Mary Martha Bingham of Sher
wood. Samuel A. Fish to. Martha Car
mon, both of Canton.
C. C. Mathews to Nell Campbell.
both of Waynesville.
most any other of its relations.
FOUND Ready for instant use
and in perfect condition when
delivered. Try one of these, and
use to the best advantage.
Brought to your door every
morning absolutely fresh, never
having been used before and
left with you to make the best
record you have ever left on its
FOUND One brand new day.
Tobacco growers marketing their cr
Greeneville market this season will up,jn 'th,'
of 20,000,000 pounds sold last season, eif, ct '
ui ayyi UAiuicii.ciy 90v.uw.UU All the '-,r( .
men of the Greeneville market approval i ,'
tion at a meeting held in Greeneville .n ,1
Warehousemen from other markets w,. ,,.
also, but just what their action will be U )v
Since the price of the respmiv ,...,.!,
tobacco will be stabilized throughout the V.'
it is hoped growers will be more deliberate
keting their crop and thereby lengthen tl . ' .,
Should sales continue a month lor.ger tha '
r- tu r" :n 1 ,. " ''
luiun, me viici'iieviuu inarnet snouicl sell ;;o 1
uuiiuo, uiua V1H.V.L1HK a 3avilIL! I f II if,,, .
And many other
Here's answer to
your problem of whi
to use to kill bugs in
(he home without en
dangering children, pets, food or
yourstlfl Get new, non-poisonous
DIL-KIL powder. Sprinkle
as directed. Bugs walk through
it crawl away diet lluy new,
non-poisonous DIL-KIL today
SMITH'S CUT RATE DRUG
Opening Sale Monday, Dec. 3
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Our Houses Open For Deliveries Grade Price Indicated Same As
S. E. CONNATSER
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WRITE OR PHONE
FOR DETAILS AT h-i
NO COST TODAY.
SALES AND SERVICE
We do all Typewriter and Add
ing Machine repairs at moder
ate cost . . . cleaning . . . oillna
. adjusting ... overhauls!
CALL US FOR YOUR
On Main In Canton
WITH A FEW ADDITIONS THIS AD APPEARED FOR A PREVIOUS SEASON, BUT T
FACTS BEING PERTINENT, WE ARE REPRINTING IT.
It is doubtful if there are SHORT CUTS to any of the things that matter. Nor is there,
run, any gain by being in a RUSH.
There are SHORT CUTS to money, but none to the knowledge of how to spend it
There are SHORT CUTS to the possession of a library, but none to KNOWLEDGE.
You can hurry to put your crop on the warehouse floor and let it drift in grade from exposure,
cannot hurry its sale like going to mill, you hive to take your turn.
You can take a SHORT CUT and "pin hook" but that seldom pays.
Ihere are many things about business that cannot be hurried. Reputation is one. Like ifu- if
reef, it is the result of innumerable small additions throughout the years.
It is created by thousands of honorable transactions, every day, week and month.
n it i .
aepuiauon depends upon the character of a business, and chararfpr is a ihn that r atmol lie luirfl
Fidelity is the companion of character, and character in a man is the product of hidden tlm
which prompt acts of justice, consideration, fair play.
a 1 ...
UintsTs s tne same antl hold that more than FORTY YEARS experience in GRADE Cl,
To ."r" an "nsunied eiiorts in behalt ot the tobacco grower is a record of which to be pri
(Prices being stabilized, growers, can with no fear of a loss, market their crops at their convenici
Knowing, with the present set-up the only protection to be had is in classification, and that lat
sale can be made at a house, the management of which is experienced in Grade Classification
grower should fail to embrace that protection.)
Since the handling facilities the first few weeks of sales will be congested, daily sale hours nil
limited, which will likely cause the sale season to extend through February or longer,
T I jl 1 jl f -
m oruer mat me dispatch ot each round of sales of our THREE HOUSES may exceed a millet
more pounds, as an incentive for natrons in Wo thr nroA onn ,1. nr mm r we
as heretofore, award the following PREMIUMS:
TwoFor Grade B1F (Tan Color Leaf) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two For Grade B1R (Red Color Leaf) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
iwo tor Grade C1L (Straw Color Cutlers) of 200 Pounds or More ..$2.50
Two-For Grade C1F (Tan Color Cutters) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two- or Grade X1L (Straw Color Lugs) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
1 wo-I-or Grade X1F (Tan Color Lugs) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two Premiums of $5.00 for the Baskets Bringing the Largest Sum of Dollars
Bernards Varehouses fe; 1, 2 and 3
Tune in WJHL al 7:50 anil I2v rit rr:. . . ' . i ivixrl
,.uat Aime) a.ou ana 1:55 Eastern Time, for the Tobacco luamv.