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I HI RSI) A V, AI'RII. 2. 1923
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
W anted At i net', copies of the
4 aro':i.a Mountaineer, date February
1'.'-'." hi- u:n Iithvei 'o Moun
taineer office. L? t p. 1
Spec.al jiiiC- 'ii Ir-!i jiot.ttoe-, '.10
. . I,:.. I.c '.u-h. I. Miller Hi es. tf
; Mackerel, cannc! Salmon, Tuna The Kurni,ure would collect certain fees charged for
Oysters, Fish Itoe n;l r ish
K'ake-. K. 1'. Martin.
I-Or Sale- 1 have Irish Cobbler seed
polatoiv at one dollar a bushel. M. F.
Albright H t
Industrj insurance companies and fire protec
tion which were for operation of te
laws w'hic.h the department enforces.
Mr. Wach. however, will have to make
a daily accounting to the State Trea--
Coffee made on h Universal
I'erculartor becomes a most ap
petizing drink. Make it on the
table and serve without effort.
A house or building wired lor
Electricity is more valuable and
find a more ready market
than the same house not so
equipped, (iet our figures for
3he MODERN YJMAN
Mait Ee Fntnd Buying In
our stq3es regu. ariy
SHE KNOWS THE VALUE
OF THE SERVICE YtZ LENDER
WHICH IS AN IMTELLIGENT
AMD aWRTEOOS FULFILLMENT
OF HER MEEDS.
A&P Flour, Family or Self Rising
12 lb. Bag, 69c
24 lb. Bag, $1.35
Sugar lb. 7c
lona Pink Salmon, can 12 1-2c
Fig Bars, lb. 12 !-2c
California Fancy Prunes, 2$lbs. for 25c
8 (A led lb. 44c, Red Cirdetlb. 47c,
Bo'iar i of fee Supreme 53r.
inner East and Main Street
5QRTRIGHT METAL SHINGfeE
Lightning yearly destroys
10,000 homes or buildings
of some sort. Sparks on
roofs yearly destroy 7,000
more. Cortright shingles
absolutely protect from
Galvanized and Painted Shingles, full Car
Load Just Arrived.
john a. smith &ea
Church St. Waynesvllfe, N. C.
I ( Continued from '.st I'axo.)
' "This i.s u class in furniture Jc
signing," said Professor Wliee!jr
"Hero the student l-(jins to learn the urer.
I fundamentals cf the furniture ;;r. The nvc:.! Ration of the inside af-
, They make a stu ly of the various pe- fairs of the Tobacco (A)-ox.'iative A.s-
riods unier which furniture is elass- sociation proceeded lut nothing much
lliul and are taupht to design pieces was made pu'-ilu. It is not expected
i representing the various periods In ther will be anything for several
add tion, they are taught to recogniz weeks and until after the investigat-
1 graceful curves and use them in their ing committee has made its report,
designing. TIk- li(Tirent types of It is generally believes!, however, that
construction and th. relative strength some "bad doings" are lieing uncov-
Be- oied by the committee.
are maintained where the students do tough luck with his prisoners at State
actual work." I'rison. Tv.o jail breaks were added
We were led up a flight of stairs to recently to the three that have al-
a long room in which were rows of ready taken place this year. Two men
benches. "Here," our guide explained, escaped this week, one was killed by
"is where the freshmen gets his first a guard and another is at the point
ixnerience in woodworking. He i
rYrnvtl l ?nllin i"f 'urniiun joints are studied
' UfJICi ly r mm- : .-ides the classroom instruction, shops (Jeorge Ross I'ou
The (kivernor has appointed Hoylo
: k of Lexington his pardon attorney.
Martin Electric Co.
Quality Electric Shop, Waynesville
What You Want-When You Want It.
(Buy your (lettricdl Supplies from an Authorized Eleitrical Dealer)
otkt: TO I). A. K. s.
The meeting to he held on April
Xlh w."l! be postponed unttil April
fth, on account of the revival at the
Methodist church and Holy Wee. The
hostess will lie announced in inr
paper next week.
' first taught how to use the simples;
tools, such as a saw and hammer anil
S i square. Next he must learn the use
I of the plane, cnisp-l ana marKing
guage. He constructs by hand a mitre
t box and the various joints. When this
; four.se is completed, he learns to use
the woodworking machinery which 1
will now show you."
He led the way down stairs again
and to a very large room which was
filled with e.erv conceivable kind of ANOTHKK ( "ON K K I KR AT K
i machine, each driven by a seprale KHAN (JONK.
motor. There were two long rows of
lathc.s for making round aifi'le-; a From the fast thining giey line of
planer foi smoothing Uiinhcr; a join'.- the heroes of our Southland anoth.T
t: for .-moot bing the I'dges of wood ; one of Haywood's veterans has be.n
a -.ticker which cuts a long piece of called to rest beyond. On Friday
wool ; tiie exact -aine dimensions morning, March the "0th, at hi home
throughout ; a -liaper which makes ;n the White Oak section .Mr. Dallas
;noiildii;g and cuts various kinds of Polk Clark passed away.
edge on wood and flutes columns.
Thir, were -aw- of every de-iiiption:
-al saws, hand .-aws,
o!o -aws which cuts
Tin re wa- a '.wr
ing machine !': cutting round holes.
This was known as the mortise ma
j.g -aw- ai
giooyts in I
Mr. I lark was born October lL'n.
1S4C al White Oak, where he hn-re.-ided
ever since. He was the -on
of Richard and Frances 'lark. w no
wile pioneers in Haywood county.
He was only 14 years of age when tile
Civil War begun, but in the second
wa- also a machine for year he enlisted at the age of fifteen '
ther part of that joint,1 in the 2'Mh Regiment, and served the;
tie tenon. There was a drunv .sander, remaining years. In fact the sto-yji
a discc sander and a lieu sanner. i.ie is told or nis Diavery even niter rne
use of all these were explained 'n .n; at Appomatox. and the news bad
detail. We were shown the paint room not yet reached our mountain se.'
where the finishing of furniture i.s t:on, that he still "cairied on" by the
studied where birch and poplar aie capture of the enemy.
On Faster Sunday, April 12, 1870,
hi' was married to Miss Rachael Fer
guson, daughter of Jackson and Emi
line Ferguson. To this union we e
born 1-4 rhildien. He is survived by
his wife and nine children who are
as follows: Mrs. I). W. McCrack-n
of Conrad, Montana: Mrs. F. B. Davis
of Canton; Mrs. Hugh H. Ferguson of
Waynesville, Mrs. T. B. Allen of To
ledo, Wash.; Mrs. R. W. Teague of
transformed into mahogany.
"Now that you have seen the equip
ment," said Professor Wheeler, "I will
show you what i.s being made." He
thin showed us a collection of ar
ticles that had been made by the stu
dents. Here I received my real su'
prise. "Do you mean to say that all these
beautiful articles were made her- in
the shop by students'."' I a-ked ,'n
"Ves'" wa.- the reply. "These Mra s Queen of Waynesville; Mr.
things that you see are only a smill ( . CIark 0f Teague and Miss Iva
part of the thing- that are made here (,)a.k of xeaKUe
There before uv was a collection of
tuautifully carved flour lamps, cedar
chests of every shape and description,
tabe lamps. eandcl-ti( ks, various kinds
of tables and chairs, a walnut fo.ir
post bed, smoking stands, and in fact
piactically everythings that one would
find in a well -tocked furniture store.
W'. wire told that, besides these,
p: act i-ally all the furniture for the
college doiniitoric- and laboratori s is
made hme. Ar f lh- ta'oles and
Funeral services were held Saturday
morning by Rev. J. C. Brown of the
Fines Creek Methodist church, as
sisted by Rev. Yoder Davis of the
White Oak Baptist church. Inter
ment was in the familly burying
ground at White Oak.
Mr. Clark has been a leader always
in the life of his town-ship and county,
and well deserves his place among
those who "for the past (SO year?,
North Carolina, more than to any
other source," is indebted for the
peace and order which has enabled
dt-ks used oi tb- n.w doiniitoric- are the state to rebuild its waste places
pioducts of t.bc woodshop. These am emerge from the disasters of a
n'tirles have an annual value of ap- (,, wai i war and in peace they
ivoximatoly five tl ousand dollars built rllVl, stoo l by their state faithful
at a saving f m ,:(. ban ;.'l p cent ik L. in good and evil times, and
to the college. H side- thi-e. the- ar- ,,,th Carolina owes no greater debt
tale, which the -tudeiit- mak- for ,i,an to the unshaken fidelity of him
their per onal U'c wi : : i . ; :i !. who-e highest honor is that h? was
cvera! hundred- of doliai - each yeai. a Xortii Carolma Confederate p-ia'."
"The colli g- i- otl'ii'iig ;1 two-jear soldier.
I'lUI'-e n til i u it 111 do- eci:;i:- :
lan.ifiicui'ing to mecba:; .cal engin-Mi-,
a- tlicw piotessiona! training is
c.pev ally suite 1 for .1hi- indtistl'V'.
No th Carolina now lank- -econil in
the States in th; p-oduction of fur
niture, t h value of the proiiucts run
ring into the millions each yea',"
I stated Professor Wheeler. "M cbigan
i- the only State that i- ahead, but it
'won't be long bc'orc wi pa-- them
"1 think it is time for us to leave,"
, said my friends from (Irani! Ramds,
With him. seeing was bel'eving ar.d
he had seen!
-altitude 2,850 feet.
t ( a lit. 1 1
( Continued from 'st Page.)
the industry in 1024.
Attorney-General Brummitt handed
down two railings during the weak.
The first was for the department to
construe the law prohibiting cmpoy
ees using State owned cars in a sen
sible manner. Mr. Brummitt declared
no set law for use of the cars could
be laid down and thatt hose in the
departments should construe for thex-
selves when by their use the State
! was beiiR served. The other railing
affected the collections to bj made by
Insurance Commissioner1 Wade, whom
the legislature deprived of consider
able of his powers. Mr. Brummitt
said the Insurance Department would
no longer collect any moneys classed
as general revenue of the State, bat
NOTICK TO TKACHKKS.
Superintendent Feed Safford wishe.
t" cali the attention of the county
ti.T.-hers to the following communi
cation from the State dtpartiiv nt of
To County and City Superintando-.ts:
The General Assembly just adjourn
ed has passed a bill reducing the nam.
ber of State examinations for teach
' : certificates from three to' one
each year. The annual examination
will be held on the second Tuesday
..ml Wednesday of April, thp same
date as the April examination in pre
cious years. (The Haywood County
examination will be held at the court
I am calling your attention to this
change with reference to the exmi
nation so that you mav give it as
much publicity as possible. The only
examination this year will be the one
held on April 14th and 15th. May
we ciunt upon you to spread this in
formation as widely as possible so
thai all those who are contemplating
ttkmg the examination will know
their only opportunity is the ene
given in April.
Yours very truly, j
JAS. E. HILLMAN, I
Director of Certification.
"Somehow I Feel
Safe If It's Filled
One our women customers made this
statement recently. She didn't attempt
to analyze her reasons for this, and per
haps couldn't have done so if she had
tried. J But in her sub-conscious mind,
no doubt. Alexander's reputation for ex
treme care in filling prescriptions has
made it's impression. Ask Your Doctor.
The L&xaSJL Store
You Can Double The Life Of Your
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. DUCKETT Prop., Main Street
Prices Are Low Waynesville, N. C.
VrK( INSURANCE '
fe'VvrHEft J I
t' . ; .
This may happen to your car to-,
day and then it is too late to get
insurance. Better let us write you
a policy, then you will be fully
protected against loss.
Ernest L. Withers & Co.
Insurance Experts Phone 100
of Kodak fin
ing. Our many
enables us to
give you the
best at the
W. T. MEH AFFEY & CO.