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THURSDAY, APRIL 2. I92r,
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
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I.K(i l. NOTICKS.
IOK.MKK WAY.NKSYIl.l.K CITIZEN
The following from the Ashcvilli
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Thursday, April 2, 9l!."
RKAD KVKKY I' C
.a tl.e f run
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w.s all riv r
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fricrvN- ale I wi
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f the mi-t mi hh1 .u:t Howl
ls are on the in-iile of this
I'Ul't pu' nil the neus
J.'lt-r We A. .tit nu sul..
ail al! of t!:.' Olipi'i' .mi!
ailvc! t L'. ill1 matter;
trv to put interesting
he papei We appr
in OLitrh. in by, itr
w.l! niVi.-.h I'vcrj UiiiiJ!
Mews .iiiil not 'ew.
w e er, a.iranti pon
r mi w.. or il.lver.tsil,
ii not ihariri' f"' ob:tu-
L- of thanks, etc.
Ol' l IMIS'I ( III '11, 01 IK
mug i:i ami
ally iet an
.1 anil evei y
lulu r ,f l.i
I'pii'.tf alio.1, t
lei r eln lea v -lanhules
: i r i i a l'oimJIs mi
lxre. at.- in yht y !u v !;
of the a phalt layt is in t
"n to rn:ike in t rn :i ne r. ;
the ii.it'.r main. Thi ii'Vc-sa rv
.ri nr. Ut that t!,,. a-;iha!t will not have
to li- turn un ,n tfle fuare.
ju.s:m-s.. ha- o :. ke. I up .on .'ier.i n
late!. The ailvi ::; of (he Sun re t
liiimiwr ('oimsiiij has all . a-ly lnouh'
prosperity. Most nf oil .nerehiinl..
and business ri.eM have :-.n opt mistii'
vti w of I'oii.i.tioii.,. (If ioLir-e i he e
re .i or two pesini:? - who ilo 'h-ir
the joy in: of 1 fe
I tt-ilast.ug! try
vervlioil', it- I evrv
,ville. I 111 tile opposite side of
u-et the ..Ii! William Welch
bark of which we are told were
many cabins built for his negioe.s, anil
oi the site of the Walter Hawk prop
erty. recently bought by Mr. Kruck'er
..I Florida There are eiprht persons
i the picture, only two of whom have
tnH-n infinitely iJrtenUlieil oic mn i
sitting on the porch. Matt Ixve, fath
er of Mrs. Robert Miwhell, Mrs. J. K
Abel and Mr. Hud l.ove, and the other
a I 'lrro woman with a large bundle
ol laundiy carried in southern negio
fa -a on ..;i in r bead old Aunt Millie,
wife of I 'nele Wash Love
Tiie street through our hard sur
faced i ii in of today, looks as if it
might be deserted and unused mou.i- Erskjne CuJlile at ,ut. West, S. C.
tain I".-. . The ...ktowaHt is just a ,n ,Hl;, t.nU.r, ,ile teU.phone
duplicate of the .same, except on a business s manf,Ker a, Americus. Ga
smaller sale, merely a beaten path. I m, afu.r w,,n( , Atlanta a.s
111 Tlollt ol Oil" lait:e niuse is liii
ever tamil.ar hitchintr post, ot thu
Wii.ie the pictuie represent-, the
time before the advent of what wc
lurm nioilem iiiipiovement!- and con-v.-nniae.s,
and at a glance we real
ize that the daily business of living'
was moie or lcs, tiled w th what we
vtou!, consider hc.rd.ship.s there is all
at niosidiere of peace and tranquility
.- ur.da v S hoo o iat ion
The I .li e: al si'l !Ce w ill no ,1, 1,1 -.hi-
a! . . i li .it '' t:u ii'. oek a' ( ha t I
no. a;. i
Surviving aie th" following: Hi
mother. .li-. M. A. ( ryin"s, of Way
uesv-ilell. his wife and .six children of
llha'.taiioo;a, and three sisters, Mrs.
Maraiet Moody, Mrs. Kuf'nia Jones
of Wayru'sville and Mrs. Kd Walke:
jf l-'ine.s ('reek and a number of nices
DEATH OF J. EI'PS BROWN.
Charlotte, N. C, March 27, 1926,
J Kpps Brown, chairman of the
Hoard uf Hirectors of the Southern
Group died at - o'clock thi.s morning,
after an appelectic stroke on -March
-'Oth. Funeral wiil tn-oui tomor'ow
morning at the residence.
lie is survived by his widow anj
two sonsi Kpps and Stokes. He wa.s
borp in 1HII7 at Newberry, S. (.'., and
attended Mount lltth Academy and
l LLOWHEK YODELLERS UK- JI'N ALL'SKA SUMMER SCHOOL
KEATS FRANKLIN IIIOH NTNF. CH KTERBI) BY STATU SKC-
Cullowhee. N. C, March L'S. In the
opening game of the season the Yod- (it. ; ,,,k KarUley in A-heville C.t -eller.s
showisl (heir ability by zen.)
featinu 'he Franklin nine b a -core Kaleiih. March 'T. A new suni
"f I" 1 The iruaie was slow, .; ,,, t be afliliat, d witii Duke
il.terestine;. The Yodellers took t.ir L'rmi" it wa- chartered by the Sec
I'.ilbit of -I III in,. in . tii-i ,,,, . r o, .. i,, I,, tn ,u
r.o.t t nviaiile. in this sf rei
,f kiH-pm up with procures
of t!ii pictuie mac l
Keliey - Studio, unilei tl
( Hi N H UO Mill 111 I1D1 ( A I ION
thi UK ,
le t to la
wht: is exi coding
': .:-, :a;, n.oiiiiiie.
!' 11-iiicat ion. , ,,t
llurii Sloan, (ilci
'nil Hyatt who ha
I the county for the
I,, which we hav
protrri s.s. alcii
held then last meeting
maid which will function afiei
t lie oth is composed of Mess i s
Itidej ,,f ('ant,,M; Robert How
Jonathan's ( leek; .1. Uowdei
i - of I 'anion ; Forest Mes-e-uirl'
Sloan . Waj nesv ille.
f clerk to W. I
In ltKM when the genertil inanier
was in Furope. Mr Brown wtts in
charge as active manager.
When the offices of vice president
and general manager were separated
in 190t, he was elected general man
ager. Three years later he was elect
ed vice president to succeed Mr.
Gentry who was elected president.
When the Southern Group of Bell
Telephone Companies wis formed in
1914 comprising of the Southern Bell
and the Cuberland and Assjeiated
companiis with territory embracing
nine entire States and part of two
others, Mr. Brown was elected the
Ii si vice president and was given
the re-sponsihrility "f tin- managing
the operating of the enlarge! system.
In April. ltM'.i Mr. Brjwn was
elected president of the Soiilonn Bell
made such al1'1 i '"npanies, .succwuing n . I.
durational Gentry, who retiied.
pju. In July, lzl. ir. mown resigned
fts pri i ident on account ot tai.ure oA
health and bet-ami' chairmiin of the
boa d "f ilneciors.
We will ive
free one Ford car
of tlie James R.
at Addie, N. C.
in. d in. I i' until th,
I'enland polled the pill foi a i
run with two bases
Coach Johnson hopes to hav.
,,' the strongest teams in We
North Carolina. We believe he
succeed and have a very .sucet
year. I he next game will be called
April ,Hrd with the Cherokee Indians
The lin? up
Reeves ( 1 )
lunaluska Summer Scho d, inc.,
chool will offer standa' I miih.
nn-r -cnoiil instiuction.s !'jr teacher,
on' .vith .link of college grades and sucii
tern it he- ioni ses as may be approve I by
will 'h,. Stall's Supei illtendent el' I'llblic
The pniiers of incoi po'atio'i pto
. ide for the first meeting of the trus
tte.s to be held at Waynesville, or
some other place t he designated by
FrankJin (1) the pijesiident of Juke University,
s- S. Love, C April 2o. At that time directors and
Philljps teaching faculty will be elected. The
1st II. Ma-shhum chnrte: provides that the directors
2nd B. Crawford, W. and faculty shall be nominated by the
3rd B. Richards (1) University president.
C Love, C. Names as 'trustees,- in th charter
C. F. Crawford,! M. are Prof. R. L. Flowers, Secretary of
R. F. McAUum Ouk, University, Holland Hotten, of
L. F. CunniffhaWi Durham, and j:. T. Marlfrum, of
Umpires: Wilson and Keliey.
We want your business you want
Waynesville unsurpassed natural more business. Phone us, 137, and
resources for the location of manu- we will both be satisfied.
at this office.
j Waynesville unBurpassed natural
resources for the location of manu
( ojih y
K. S. ('
H.W I.NG I'll K INI ,ll!HST OF W V
NESVILI.K A I HKAIM
(If cours,. wo are -n able p,-o:
Hid i el e. .11 ! ;.,inL. ,, (mm
0. We undersianl I'o.il th
hunt, o Wayne 11!" ;i'i v ' he
and i-e : h- r,' .; buck ' ,ii
and roninninitv an, I v. , i .low
IN BUSINESS OUTLOOK.
i - derat ei
f dope on
Spring busirit'S n opening up :m"
promi.singly and the outlook i fo
mindly it. cleaning activity, accorim
ales report of the Ford Moto
i -nipany just giver out here,
I,- (lie -ale of Fotd ears and '.rucl;
: .w . mi; uailv ,1 itiKVtic retail di
.-.,i :ae more t ban doubl. d - re
i n r in Jiiiiuiii v. I 'M' largc.-'t :
:.-,i-i .-am. duiing tin- hitter par; ,,
I "ebraa -, y, . i-:1-.-t tiie upwiiiri tie:,
:' hu - r .v-! i . h is u,,v undrr wa,
ii. I ;!i(. t :.i ' outlook for Mat cr
All"! he; i ; , rest n
-low,; m the sales of
INSTALLATION OF O
The in-stallation of the newly elected
officers of Wayncsville Chapter 5).
16,1 Order of the Eastern Star was
hi l, Thursday evening al 7:.'!(l o'c! ck
with a large number of visitors from
Esther Chaptir No. 12 of Asheville
and Sylva 'hapt.'i No. . Mrs. Mao
Moitgomery. re.'i'ing Worthy Ma
ti, n. .' tid a- ii tailing officer, and
Mrs. N'oland ilunnirutt. Past Grand
M::' in and District Deputy, acted as
i'I.s of the Secretary and Trcas
fuiwed the result of a very
:; vear. with nearly a thous.
ill ir received during the past
at 1 0:30 a. m.
t n -,
U nr ."
I, I III
Sen t tie; I,
p .lit I-1
n a wh,
re ep, u
1 1 1.
, k bv
. ' or an thing else,
leve in practicing what .v"
'on" ami r.t, tid 'o "Bu at
We s ncercly suggest that
ess nien ,,f on- glorious coni
t t he example t u t he t ix -'
A Colli,, presentnl Mis.
ry. r,-t ii t'g Worthy Ma-
iit ful Past Matron's jewel
; love are! es-teem from
an I member - of the chap-
f-1( tir l'i. w. .1 Ilunnirutt, t.r.'.nd
nicd to W. A. Co. ilo,
r. tiring Worthy Patron, a beautiful
ieather i-ound ritual f the order with
hi name t'ngr.-ived in god on the
cover. Tit following olfl.-'-i- We e
n-ttilled: M,s. 1,'rt-e tjt.e n. Wo -hy
Ma. ton. Mrs. !.. K Green. Wmthy
-, Manoii. Mrs. Heat n;e Mcdfo-I, A- o-
..s,, elate Matron. Mr- Mildred Mdl-r,
ii- retail de ronductress, Mr-. Juan it a Walker,
late- leached Associate Condui'trAss, Mrs. Minnie
trucks and ' olile, liaolain. Miss tt. SturK-y,
Marshall, Miss Lois Hanoi,!, organ st.
nduate improved Mrs Maude Jones. Adah, Mrs. lliltlah
tlie high priced ear Simons, Ruth. Mrs. Anna Noheck,
12... 12 1
r -.'ii K,
) i 11
I 'an. id
cars an, I
hvel ,es ..;
a. DM Foul
Held Lincoln cars. ,,! new Feb- Esther. Mrs. Jessie Davis, March..
niaiv i-eeo.d with 50X domestic ri- Mrs. Edna McC.ee, Mrs. Lily Hargev
tail deliveries as compared with M6 and W. R. Hal beck, Jr. Sentinels.
the sair.e month a year ago.
BUSINES'S MEETING OK WOM AN'S
HIC INVESTMENTS IN ORCHARDS -H.
. HOW ELL'S SAI L IS STILL y ,( (- BLACK IN THIS i The annual business meeting -in I
('DIM; ON. COMMUNITY election of officers of the Woman's
The fuing-out-of-businoss sale now Club witl be held at the home of Mia.
po:;-p o- a' H. W. How M s Dep-.ir, j s day, uni Mr. C. II. Black, it , W. T. Crawford, with Miss Kate
irrn'. tii.o an unnsuallj rood sue- j 'eii-n.',!, pu'i haci through Mr. Rickards joint hostess, Thursd.iv,
crt.i. Prish train- ha. '.laracterir.rdi l!oil;ni Hall the eiivre orchard known I April 9th, beginning at 3:30. A full
Farm Lying On
both sides of
No. 10 and con
taining some of
tlie best farming
and timber lands
cut unto tracts to
suit tbe purchas
er and will be
sold for the high
k! dollar on the fol
The 0. R. Grosse Realty
Co., of Cocoa, Florida
In The famous Indian River Section
has several clients desireous of com
ing to Waynesville during the sum
mer and if you have smaller and
larger furnished houses for rent, by
month or full season; say from June
first to October and November first
please write us all particulars.
Some of our clients wiil also buy
houses or well located house lots in
City limit or suburban around
Waynesville. Give us full descrip
tions of houses and house lots or
larger acreage for sale at your
most reasonable prices and terms,
pictures of houses and legal des
cription of houses desired.
0. R. GROSSE REALTY CO.
COCOA , FLA.
thin sale l": ni the very beginnin ;,
Mr. Howell believes tha the reasjn
th ia!e i- really such a success ia
becaase of the fact he his cut tiie
prices to rock-bottom in order to sell
out he entire stock. The sale wi'l
continue o'l next week
Will evehanpe one Pf 5 Mystery
and .Adventure books for 25 Ace Hijh
and Adventure Magazines. Ship mag
azines hy naToel post. Books are new.
A. W. BramOctt. Hepco, N. C.
a, ;he .1 K. Hall orchard about two attendance of .members is desires!
ar.,1 one half miles from Waynesville,
on the Pellwocd Koail. The considera
tion is said to be $:l",000.00.
Mr. Black recent'.v purchased from
Mr. Kilgore, the apnle orchard in the
Francis Cove, known as Sunn. cove.
Dr. Joseph Howell Way and Mayor
Harden Howell attcmUil the annual
banquet of the North Carolina Re
serve Officers of the U. S. Army, which
was held at the Ijingren Hotel, Ashe
ville, on Wednesday evening.
PROF. R. O. EDGERTON TO TEACH
IN SUMMER SCHOOL.
In a recent issue of the Ashevil'.c
Citizen PresiiUnt H. T. Hunter of
Cullowhee State Normal school an
nounced the faculty of the Summer
School. Of interest to Waynesville
township is the fact that the list in
cludes the name cf Prof. R. O. Edger
lown, who has given such splendid
service during the past year as prin
cipal of our high school.
Free band con
cert free lunch
C. J. Jeffress Realty
Ashcville, North Carolina!
famous Palmist and Clairvoyant
been Locatcrf in Tent NeHr East Waynesville School on Wavnesville
Hus lady lately arrived in yaur town to do good for the public
by her wonderful powers in reading the history of one's life by
examining: the hand. She teUs the past, present and future also
gives advice on all affairs of life, such as love affairs, business
matters, family affairs, wills and divorces and most everything
pertaining to the welfare of one's life. The Bible speaks in many
places of the power of the palmist to predict the future thing3
and give warnings. She tells you the initial of your future com
panion, whether true or false. Tells you what business you are
best adapted to and all about absent friends, whether living or
dead. Tells you what planet you were born under, what part of
the country is luckiest for you. This phenomenally gifted lady ia
now located in your town and can be consulted on affairs of life.
She also tells the color of eyes and hair of your future wife or
husband. Also gives initials of names. She also answers any and
all questions. Call and consult this gifted lady at once.
A True Palmist is bom. 1 am different from all others, because
I not only read your life like a book, but also help you out of your
troubles. For instance, what good would it do you to be told you
had a rival or enemy in your path unless you were told how to
overcome them, or in case you wanted to win the love of a certain
one would you be satisfied to be told it, or would you rather know
how you could win your desire? In fact, it does no good simply
to behold of your troubles. I am able to point out the path to
succeaa'.ttndvh&ppiness and tell you how to overcome all your
troubles, and difficulties Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded: Pay this lady a visit today, for tomorrow may be too late.
! ocated in Tent Near East Waynesville School on Waynesville