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THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1925
Milner & Co.
Wood and Coal
Coal Delivered In Small
All Kinds, of Heavy Hauling
Milner & Company
Coming To Waynesvillc
ON SPRING TOUR
M A Y 2od
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
TICKETS ON SALE NEXT WEEK
RESERVED SEATS ONLY $1.00
A Wonderful Opportunity For The
People of This Section to See
These famous Players.
Build a Permanent Home
Your horae should be attractive
as well a3 practical a place to
be proud of and an asset to the
Build yours with concrete blocks
covered with stucco made with
Atlas White Portland Cement.
It v. ill cost you only 2 to 5
more than a frame house and,
bcjldca belnfi firesafc and perma
nent, will be warmer in winter
and cooler in summer.
Ask your building material
dealer for an Atlas book showing
the beauty of stucco made with
Atlas, which is known as "tho
'Standard by which all other
makes are measured."
'TheStaTidard by which atlothermakesartmcasicnd'
Waynesvillc tne town tnat elimi
nates the word IF.
Wood's Pedigree Boone County,
Woodburn White Dent and Wood's
Dixie Corn, the best varieties of
Pedigree Reid's Yellow Don! and
Improved Golden Dent Corn best
Wood's Virginia Ensil.-igc Corn best
available, ensilage com.
All of our seed corns are of Ilijrh
Germination. Write f r prices and
samples of varieties best suited to
your soil und climatic conditions.
FREE Crop Special
It givkn full Information ind current prices
on Mj bn. Wood's Pedigree Karm&K
B row n AlfaJfa and other seasonable needs.
T. W. WOOD & SONS
SmIimi Sine ltTt
u S. 14th St, Richmond, V.
To Property Owners on
The State Highway Com
mission will begin laying
asphalt on Main street the
first of next week. It is
very important to ail prop
erty owners that any con
nections with the water
rrinin or sewerage which will
be necessary in the future
be laid at this time. After
this top is put on it will, if
allowed by the Highway
Commission at all, cose
considerable more to make
connections, than if done
It is to your advantage to
7'iake all connections be
fore this street is complet
ed, as well as helping to
keep your main street in
good condition after once
J. H. HOWELL.
MR. EDITOR AND READERS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
iMr. Coolidge the other day in his On April 28, 29 land 30, Greensboro
inaugural address stressed economy. is to be host to a large number of
He, as many others see, that the J Sunday school workers from all parts
people of the Uriited States are not of the state, representing- all evangel
only wild after the almighty dollar istical denominations, who will be in
but are a monstrously extravagant j attendance upon the annual conven
people a nation money and pleasure tio of the North Carolina Sunday
mad, running to and fro, like the! School Association. The committee in
mighty sea, never still and at times charge of the arrangements are of the
boistrous and tempeauous. To a opinion that this will be the biggest
York, N. Y., General Secretary In
ternational Daily VacaCon Bih!e
FOREST LAWS OF NORTH CAR
OLINA MADE MORE STRINGENT.
In the course of its recent session
the General Assembly passed a bill
entitled "An act to amend Sections
4309, 4310, C13fi of the Consolidated
btatues relfllintr tn KWoat ISw.c "
casual observer we seem to be a race Sunday School convention held in the1 Section 4309 read as follows before
( monsters dancing upon me lu.'Kisn Mate in recent years. Through the the amendment was made-
.carpet of luxury. A nation taking a Greensboro committee on arrange.; "If any person . nail intentionally
rest in her inn. careless and nappy, ments. ,t has been announced that f,,e ,et lire to any grass laud, brush land
But a closer observation we see .p- lodging and b.eakfas, will be furnish- . woodland except it be his own
parently h.dden , this mass of hu- cm all delegates to the Convenfon. I property, or, in that ease, without
mamty. a catastrophe, a mighty con- (i,.nsb0I.o.s ,)ar, jn , K,v,nK oee t all pe son w
jnagration. heath dancers .ntcoJucm? lhe convention is i the hands if the ing o, . charge of la,L adioinl
us ,mo a scene of norror am, to following committee on arrangements, the ,U".,dc,: t:, he fired and
race of dwarf and pygm.es. And appointed so:m. wjthout
further, as one views this pell-mell of ,nff of paMor,. superintendents aml.KUch (ire while buying, and to ex
pleasure seekers we see written upon Sunday School leaders in that city: Unguis it before it shall reach any
their very countenance these words. (;Pn(.r.,i u.,:rR, r i- i j . ,. . a.v
1 w", mr-cior rn-iir io or adjoining the lands
of education F.rst Baptist church: so fired, he shall for every such of
chairmnn entei-Lalrment mm...;!,... ! fens., i.u (.,,;ii,. f .i .
their glow and glory if not gua-ded K. ,, Vos, " . ., " " ' , " '
- .... ... n-'i. man iv7 nor
A Chairman WlW nuMiii4v .-n.-n ' mod hnn tr.n ....
AO wonder mere is a liar croucn- mittee, t . V. Myrick. sunerintendnt 1 reeilinir tihirtv J,
"He that hath shall be taken away."
Honor, ambition and virtue will lose
or hedced in.
iv . n.: cna rm.in na. mi mid. m..i-. h..n tcr.n .... ; , .
:ng and menacing us. Man as well first Christian Sunday school; chair- shall not prevent an action for the
as water seeks levtl. "WTiatso- ma n finance committee, A. C. Davis,1 damages sustained by the owner of
ever a m'an sow that also shall he superintendent West .Market Streot any propertv from such lires. For
soever a man sow that also shall he Methodist Sunday school; chairman' the purpose of this section, the term
reap," "as a ma thinketh, so h- i.s." , Kill committee, II. C. Marley, of the'-woodland' is to b, taken to include
The.e days of prosperity., of pleasurchc First Baptist church. ! ull forest areas, both timber and cut
seeking and money- gutting have, The mtrrani committee have an ' over land, and all s-omUgrowth
wrought mighty wonders in this ro-' iouncer that the program hxs been stands on areas that have at one time
public. Go mighty multitude seek planned with the view of making it 'been cultivated. Any person who
thine ease in thine inn, get money possible for all Sunday school teachei s dial! furnish to tho Stan. ,.,! o
honestly if you can, but get money, and officers to get practical help tor ' sufficient lor conviction of a viola
i Go mighty pell-mell, seek thy repose, 'heir work. There will b general tioM of this statute shall receive the
I nut nnno natures law is not to lie mssioii each morning and evenin
I trifled with. She exacts her toll. whe topics of interest to all Suml
'(irind on mill, thy labor will rcivv
its rewardl Sons and daughtei
danei- on. the nealli has its hurh
burly and sting. Sleep on o mo'her,
! a little more slumber, a little ino'e
I folding thy namis in sleep, will have
school workers will be discussed. TV
afternoon sessions will be devoted ;.)
special i!epai-tmnt.il onfei ence ;
-inn of .-'
In case of rem -tii f.o ioia! m
"I llii., statue the anieiidment pie
villi's for a in Mitiiuin tine of s.'iil in
which will ileal with the problems of stead of $111, and a mini
f the ini'delii Sill'
eward. (iod is not deail. He
on His throne. Wa le on o fathers,
i the till" is low. seek not eternal vig-
f Soil, or iinin isonnu'nt
fii- a pei ind of not less than lhi.-v
Speaking in the general convcn'ioii days nor more than four months f..i
ssiimis. and in charge of the dif-'thc fust iiffeiise, and fur a secoi',1 oi
ieient departmental conferences, will i.ny -ubseuuent similar offense no-
ilence though she be the price of be th? following out-of-state Sunday prisonment nut l-ss than four month
liberty. He that first put his hand s. hool specialists: Mi.ss Meme F.-ock- no, more than on,, vear. The rewaid
to the plow and looks backs, shali way, I'hiladelphia, F , direor of any person who may furnish .-u.
lluldrcns Work for the Nortlnuii licient e iilence for the convict iiei of
a violation of this statute has been
iliiroascd by the amendment from
have his reward,. Remember I.otV
wire. hail on o Mate, do search Haptist chureh; Ilr. Percy R. Hiiy
'tre . rich spk-es of the east, (ill thy ward, Chicago, III., Young People's
marts, tear down thy old barns, build Divisio,, Superintendent. International
new ones, fill, cram, heap up, shake Council of Religious Education; Mr.
down, tramp, for tomorrow thy life Charle.s Darsie, St Louis Mr, Adult
to J.'iO, this reward to be taxed m
part of the court costs.
That section of the Finest Law-;
shall be required of thee. livtision Superintendent ( hi i.-'..ian (4:110) which nads:
Are we drifting, are we heaping up Diciples i hurch: Dr. Chas. W. Brew- "If any peisou shall wilfully
gold, are we selfish, arc we patriotic, laker, Dayton, ()., General Sortvtai y negligently set on lire, or cause to
arc we character-builders, God-fear-' Sunday School Work, United ftreth- set o fire, any wooils, lanils, or fields
ing, wise and prudent? Are we high ren chinch; Mi. Thos. S. Evans, New whatsoever, every such offender, upon
flyers, giants, looking down upon a : : :
feteivd mass of youths writhing i 1 1
the quagmire of neglect, turned loose
to the range like the wild goat? Ta'l
conviction, ehall be fined in the dis
cretion of the court, one-half of the
, fine to go to the informer, if there be
one, and the residue to the school
fund of the county wherein such
offense was committed, or ho shall
, be imprisoned, in the discretion of
the court. This section shall apply
only to Caldwell, Wilkes, Watauga,
Burke, MoDowell, Yadkin, Cherokee
and Mitchell counties."
Has been amended to include Trail,
sylvania, Graham anil Swain counties.
The I.i-girlatui-1' also made the fol
lowing addition to the Finest laws:
"It shall be the duty of all district,
county, township wardens and all dep
uty wardens to distribute in all of
the public schools ami high schools of
the county in which they are serving
as .such tiie wardens all suchc traits,
books, periodicals and other 'itera
ture tluvt niay( from time to time,
be sent out to such wardens by the
State and Federal Forestry agencies
touching ' or dealing wth Forest
Fire.s and Foiest Preservation.
"It shall be the duty of the various
waiflens herein mention under the
diiertion of the State Forester, and
the duty of. the teachers of the va
rious schools, both public and high
schools, to keip posted at some con
spicuous place in tho v.icioii" i las
rooms of (he school b'lililipg-. .-'icI:
appropriate bulletins and poster-, as
may be sent out from the I'ores'.iy
agencies herein named ,".i- that pur
pose and keep the same constantly
before their pupils; the said teachers
and wardens shall prepare leclures
or talk.s to be made to the pupils of
the various schools on the subject of
Forest Fires, their origin and their
destructive rlfeot on the plant life
anil tret' hie of the forests of I ho
State am! .hall lie prepared to g ve
pinctirnl n-tiuction to their pupil--from
time 1 time ami as often as
they shall Had it possible so to ,h-.'
TO TIIE STOCKHOLDERS. .V
NFSVM.LK LIBRARY ASSOC! -TION,
You will take notice that the regu
lar annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Waynesville Library As
sociation will be held at the Library
Building in Waynesville, N. ('., at
10:.')0 o'clock! on Tuesday morning,
April 7th, l'J2.r), when and where of
ficers anil directors of said ussoc:a
tiou will be elected and other business
ti ansactcd. as may come before said
A LICK CROSBY QUINLAN.
oaks from little acorns grow. The
son and the daughter are the facsi
mile of their paivnts. Environments,
care and Christianity are the asses
to greatness. As the twig is bent so
will be the tree. How looks the
harvest? How are the future or.s
and daughters of our land bred?
Where is the book, the prayer, the
faith and the hope that this Hook of
Are we safe? Is the mart clear,
are there rocks and stoims out at
i-ea? Are we manning the shin of
state with stromr niein? Or have
, we so iliarwfed them m our run
; for gold that they ai .veaklins
I'oth in mind and body?
I O age. o day! whence all thy clam
or, inventions, unrest, ethics, light,
gieod and ;;lorv? (I mixtuie of great-.
; "ess an, I ev;1, o tars and wheat!
, whence the harvest? Is the culm after
the storm? l-es Pandemonium stalk
'grim Ix'fore the last watch in the
night? Are tlie-e the last. day. the
1 ilays that ti'.'- man's soul: ? .Le.ib's
trouble; the ' .lnistion days; that is
I to hearald i'-o dawn of the liolden
! Age; the M ionium, the glorious age
j of peace. ' '.piness and perfection?
O times; n I'lgei-ou - times. We would
tu.n from Thee inl the strong
lean battle with the thee. Only the
whole arm -io nan ran -c ,-t thy
fiery darts. The bootlegger, tin- swin
dler, the grafter, the pleasure seeker,
the demagogugc, the flapper, all thy
I emmisarles. are li e much for woak
;lins and pygmies. () man come out
from thy donivtuit state, be a man,
a rcforfet 1 Look about thoc, is not
, the honest ready? Steady man, stand,
! buckle thy armor alout thee; strike,
j Yours for Hearthstone, Open Bible
A. H McCRAiCKKN.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice is hereby given that appli
tion will be made to the Governor of
North Carolina fo- the ,pardon of
Chester Moffett, convicted before
Judge Finlcy at February Term, 1925,
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, N, C, of violation of the pro
hibition laws of North Carolina, and
sentenced to one year imprisonment
to be worked on the roads.
All persons who oppose the grant
ing of said pardon a. e invited t. for
ward their protect-- to the Governor
Two Live (Gold Fish
In a Glass Globe
With Sea Weed, Pebbles and Plants
1L !L1 JL
With a Purchase of One Tube of
Ny-Denta Tooth Pa:
At the Regular PriceSO eebls.
On Saturday and Monday Only
FOURTH AND SIXTH
Get Yours Early. Only One to a
We Sell Specially Prepared Fish Food at 10 cts. per package
This 21st day oi' March, 19.I5.
13-2t Mrs. FANNIE MOFFETT.
T .' '1 . It".!