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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1925
Have Your Watch In
spected By Us Occasion
ally. Delicate Mechan
ism Needs the Proper Oiling and Correct
Attention to the Smallest Detail.
The Biggest Little Jewelry Store
In North Carolina.
W. A. COBLE
Phone 194-J Waynesville, IN. C.
The FORD Is
There Is Such a Big Difference
thai we Mieve do not realize thai it is important to take
price and service into consideration before l.uvini; anv
make of car. H
Name of lai t
( 'rankshaf t
Start infr Motor
Ford Two Other Makes
S2.".00 $29.00 S.11 00
fi.00 12.00 ;.-,
1.00 1.2.1 2.00
1-120 2.2.". 2..-.0
800 10.00 12..-.0
ir.oo io.oo r,.-,.oo
l--.00 25.00 it. 00
1.00 7.00 7 00
1 50 10.00 15.00
'1.00 1.00 ;.)0
15.00 !5.00 10.00
'I here linm cs are taken from authoritaln e sources, and
i:e noi listed to knock any dealer, hut as information to
propert ive hu eis.
We Maintain a Thoroughly quipped Shop
with .m adequate stock of repair parts. In brief we ell
"Mipeiior Ford Service."
DUCKWORTH MOTOR CO
I M I UNIVI U!At CAB
Waynesville, N. C.
Easter Novelties, Candy Eggs,
and Goodies, See Them.
Easter is not Easter to the children unless
they have colored Eggs. Our Egg Dyes
are non-poisonous, and so are the safest
to use. A brilliant array of colors from
which to choose. Also Baskets. Etc.
Phone 30 Waynesville, N. C.
SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
LAKB JL'NALU.SKA SCHOOL HON
OK ROLL. SIXTH MONTH.
i'ii st Crade Kvelyn (Jilxson, Lewis
Jones, fjth Ixinp, Wondrow McAbee,
Joanna Phillips, Sara Rathbone.
Second (Jrade--Klizabet.h Rhinehart,
Hcnel Moo.ly, .Sri ma Smith, I.oiena
Mi-llnm. I Von I'hill..... i.l ii-
I 1 iiiii, hit, rniiiips
I hire (.raJe.-l.uoillc. Allien i, ,ena
Caldwell, Je.-m Morn.-,):., Mary Lou
liiackctt. Od, II Lork'iirun, Kr.-d Ma
cus, Snufoid MrA!-e, It. n Smith
I'Murtn (,rade llenre'.t.-; I'liillip
"iizei Kay, Jun.nr Justice. Olenn
Ma.vey. Krcj .),-.. Kufu, al,jwi,
'ak .V.diani,-; Ralph Moody.
I nth (.i-ade -.Mat tie K. Phillips,
"'"' (aldwell. Virjrip June.. Da
vid Katli'.on... Myitl,. Smith. Waiilo
Swaynim, Hazel Marcus.
Seventh (iiade a I'h "Hips, Kd
Hi. J hillips. M;,,y Kathhonc. are
M VNV KMjriKIKS.
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j.ervew wit'i a iep,T.-i'!!:a:Te oi' thel
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ItniiUKht Waym-su'lf oul.l have me
J"' t!" l' 1 1 1 1 1 - j ;ntl!l ! I..U!.-.... eve:
k!'..wn in th.. h story i.f Way :ic .-i!r.
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kiiu n. .-, ana otner correspon- wnose general tone js good from a. PROTECT YOUR LOVER ONES:
Wishing our new editor a success
I NECESSITY FOR FIRE PREVEN
It is better to have a community , fort can proper results be maintained
i fire prevention viewpoint than one
with only a few fireprof monuments
and (Treat numbers of run-down tire
Only by unremitting agitation ran
our people be kept awalce to the nee.l
of recognizing the principles of fire
protection and only by organized ef-
u- .:! e:
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" - .a. al. n. . .-..ttages.
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11 "i- i 1 - t.i .'"iniiHiiiieiite
"I" ('minieiee at.
with t!r t'ha:
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sii.il Mr. Mi II.;:
LAKE J I N ALt SK A NOI E.
(Ud't Iron, la.st week.)
As this scrili. has not had any com.
muiiieation to the papor fur ipiite a
while, gues.s 1 had hitter try again,
and if this writing escapes the waste
basket I will endeavor to come asrain.
There is nothing better to my mind
than a good lively correspondence in
the columns of our good old countv
paper, it .-penis that all our goo J old
, c nrresp,,ndcnts have just about quit.1
; 1 et's all g,t hack to our home paper,
linil you can hear from me arid nio
: from u each week, and make our'
: paper worth while. It will !e good
I for u- mil good for our editor also. :
'friend M. H. S. who hits been a long'
time correspondent and prognostica
Itor has been missed in the column, of
the Carolina Mount-nneer. Say, .ld
tr end, you mu-t drop in .-onv time
and let us hi'iir from you. iis a; th;
'e,.ili- enjoy your letter and p:og-'
no- I leatioi: -. We miss you. So ..- .aie
on mice m a while.
I'he w Mdiny ! II.. have Ih-i-ii rmg
"tf " 1 ; i ' ' t the l.iikc for the pas' ftr
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Soutiiern .- --c:il
the s-iring and
liuska Supply ( ..
uil.i -e a:., i add
im'n yard iind
i. lieu niaeti.n. :
whah will add
(H'tpu: and mane ; i
sen: in m-i vr Ha pu.,1
There .are s.Ve,B
oemg erected on tin
: om hi v grounds a: pi
ness looks goo. I
Our school at this place 's ,,om
line with our good teacher.-: all
ing their best. We sure have got the
best school that we have had lor
several years, with Pi of. J. W. Mc- ,
'('ain as principal. Everybody in the,
community is well pleased with the!
reult- of the cho '. T,w s. rioe'
(ion't think that the committee -.ouhl
h&ve done a better favor for u in
selecting teachers for our school this
year. We hope they will keep them
for our next term. We need severil
things yet to complete our equipt,
ment at the school, but everything
we nre l is being gradually supplied.
The Hazelwood Male Quartet gave
a musical concert at the school au
ditorium on the 6th of this month oft
which 25 ner cent of ho proceeds
went to the school. It sure was
fine and wc hone the boys will come .
(Sn T will ri r, n riff .i,i V, ikn Aw...
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union oi seeing in tne columns ol our
paper a few lines from Good Indian i
Why not protect your loved ones by
a real nice life insurance policy in a
Southern company. Save for your
old age, increase your ere lit ability
and become independent. Don'r put
off until too late. .SV-c Win A. liano
at the Mountaineer office.
Waynesville the town that elimi
nates the word IF
Grace Church in The Mountains
Waynesville, N. C.
REV. ALBERT NEW. Rector.
Palm Sunday, April 5th
10 A. M. Church School and Bible Class.
11 A. M. Choral Celebration of the Holy Communion and Sermon
Iiv the Rector.
Offertory Duet : "The Palms" Mrs. J. W. Reed and Mr. Tom Davis
8 I'. M. Evensong and Sermon.
Monday, April 6th.
1 A. M Morning Service and Address by the Rector.
S P. M. Preacher: Rev. S. R. Crockett of the Presbyterian Church.
Tuesday, April 7th
Hi A. Ai. -.Morning Service and Address by the Rector,
s P. AT. -Preacher: Rev. C. T. Tew, of the Baptist Church.
Wednesday, April 8th
lo A. Al. .Morning Service and Address by the Rector.
X P. AI. ---Preacher: Rev. 15. Frank Yandell, Ilazelwood Presbyterian
Maundy Thursday, April 9th
10 A. AI. The Holv Communion.
!::: P. AI. Evensong.
Good Friday, April 10th
VI N'oon. The "Three Hour's" Service. Addresses on the "Seven Last
Words," by the Rev. J. T. Mangum, of the Methodist Church, and Rev.
Dr. (filbert Rowe of Nashville, Tenn.
S P. Al Evensong and Address by the Rector.
EASTER, APRIL 12th
7:;10 A. M. The Easter Communion.
10 A. M. Church School and Bible Class.
11 A. M. Easter Sermon by the Rector.
8 P. M. Evensong and Address.
EVERYBODY is most cordial
ly invited to all these services
The Ford car costs so little and is such
a glutton for punishment that many
people think any kind of oil is good
enough for it.
We know cne town where Ford owners
buy second-hand oil drained from crank
cases of a trucking company. The Ford
will run on most anything that passes
for oil, but it will run longer, more
quietly, and more cheaply if lubricated
with oil made especially for its engine
The bes oil of that class is
olarine MOTOR OIL
STANDARD OIL COMPANY CNew Jersey)