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1 HUtSDAY. APRIL 2, 1925
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Wanted At i nre, copies of the Salt Mackerel, canned Salmon, Tuna
C arolina Mountaineer, date February 1 ' ish, Oyster
1J. r.i.''i, tin- U'ir. Dilivei ' Moun
taineer office litpd
SjM'cal piK" - it li -!i potatoes, 10
i i li'..- e, '.u-h. i. Miller lirus. tf
Fish Roe Hnr Fish
Flake,. F. 1. Martin. ltc
Fur Sale I have Irish Cobbler seed
potatoc.- at one dollar a bushel. M. F.
Albright 11 t
pioasand Usta Ml
Coffee made on a I'niversal
I'erculartor becomes a most ap
petizing drink. Make it on the
(able and serve without effort.
A house or building wired lor
Klectricify is more valuable and
will find a more ready market
than the same house not so
t(tiipped. (lei our figures for
Martin Electric Co.
Quality Electric Shop, Waynesville
What You Want-When You Want It.
(Buy your f ledrical Supplies from an Authorized Electrical Dealer)
"fehe MODEBN YIOMAN
Mait Be Fkind Buying In
Our Sro2EsRGr. ariy
SUE KNOWS THE VALUE
OF THE SERVICE w: RENDER
WHICH IS AW INTELLIGENT
AND OOOHTEOUS FQLFILLMENT
OF HER HEEDS.
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, 2jlbs. for 25c
8 O'deck lb. 44c, Red CirrVJb. 47c,
Bo'iar i of fee Supreme 53r.
Corner East and Main Street
ORTRIGHT 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 &G0j
Church St. V aynesvllle, N. C.
The Furniture would collect certain fees charged for
....- Industry insurance companies and fire prote?-
I tion which wer,e for operation of the
( Continued from ' t Page.) laws which the deparUnent enforcs.
' "Thus is u class in furniture Je- Mi. Wade, however, will have to make
.signing," said Professor Wheeler, a daily at counting to the Slate Treas.
i "Here the student Ix-gins to learn the urer.
I fundamentals ef tho furniture r.r. The investigation of the in.side af
I They make a stu.ly of the various pe- fail s of the Tobacco Co-operative As-
riods under which furniture is class- syciation proceeiled but nothing much
iliul and are taught to design pieces was niade pu'dk. It is not expected
(representing the various periods In then wil; be anything for several
1 addition, they are taught to recogniz weeks and until after the investigat
1 graceful curves and use them in their ing committee ha-s made its report,
designing. The different types of It is generally believed, however, that
construction and th. relative strength some "bad doings" are being uncov
,of furniture joints are .studied. Be- eied by the committee.
;idcs the classroom instruction, shops George Itoss I'ou is stil! having
are maintained whore the students do tough luck with his prisoners at State
actual work." Prison. Two ja l 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
The Governor has appointed Hoyle
:-k f Lexington his pardon attorney.
ixperience in woodworking. lie is
' first taught how to use the simples;
, tools, such as a saw and hammer and
square. .ext he must learn trie use
of the plane, chisel and marking
guage. He constructs by hand a mitre
box and the various joints. When this
cour.se is completed, he learns to use
NOTICE TO I). A. K. S.
The meeting to be held on .April
Sth w.-l; be postponed unttil April
lT.th .... 'wroiint of the riii'at tVw.
the woodworking machinery which I , , , , . ,, . ... ..
.,, J Methodist church and Holv Wee. The
will now show vou. , , ... , .
1 hostess will be announced in Inc
He led the way d:iwn stairs again pap01- ext week,
ami to a very large room which was
filled with eery conceivable kind of ANOTHKK CONFKDKRATF VET-'
; machine, each driven by a seprate FRAN GONE.
motor. There were two long rows of
lathe.s for making round article ; a. From the fast thining grey line of
plan.-r f'M smoothing lumber; a joint- the heroes of oar Southland another
ei fin .-moot hing the edges (f wood; one of Haywood's veterans has be.'ii
a Miekci which nits a long piece of called t0 rest beyond. On Friday j
wii" I t!ie exact -ame dimensions morning. March the L'llth, at his home
throughout ; a -haper which makes in the White Oak section .Mr. Dallas'
jiiotilding and nils various kinds of I'olk ( lark passed away. !
edges on wood and flutes columns.1 Mr. Clark was horn October Pi'n,!
Thi n wen- -aw? of every description: JH-ll'i ;1 White Oak, where he .as '
iii -aw.-. universal -saws, band saws, resided ever since. He was the son'
jig -aw- and da.!., saws which cuts of Kichard an, I Fiances Clark, who'
grooves in iionrK Tin ie wa- a bor-woic pioneers in Haywood county".;
ing machine f ir .'Uttinj; round holes.. He was only 14 years of age when the'
This was known as the mortise ma-'Civil War begun, but in the second
chine. There wa- also a machine for year he enlisted at the age of fifteenj
making the other part of that joint, in the L'!th Regiment, and served the;
hie tenon. Their was a drum' .sunder, remaining years. In fact the sto-yj
la discc sander anil a belt sander. The is told of his bravery even after tho
I use of all these were explained n , n:l at Appomatox. and the news :,ad
j detail. We were shown the paint room not yet reached our mountain see-1
j where the finishing of furniture i.s Ton, that he still "carried on" by the'
capture of the enemy.
On Faster Sunday, April 1L, 1870,
he was married to Miss Rachael Fer
guson, daughter of Jackson and Fnii-
line Fergu. on. To this union we c
born 14 children. 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
: studied- where birch and poplar an
'transformed into mahogany.
"Now that you have seen the equip-
I ment," said I'rofessor Wheeler, "I will
; show you what is bring made." lit
then showed us a collection of ar
ticles that had been made by the stu
dents. Here I received my r"al surprise.
no you mean to say mat an tnese uf (-.inton. Mrs 1Iu(fh jj Ferguson of
beautiful articles were made here in Wayne.svii0 M,s. T. B. Allen of To-1
the shop by students?" 1 asked in u,(i()( Wash. M,.s R- w. Teague of
sul'"ris''- Teague; Mr .Dee Clark of Hepeo;j
'Yes'" was the rrply. "These Mrs s . Quecn of Waynesville; Mr.)
things that you see are only a small Q ,r clark of Teague and Miss Iva'
part of the things that are .made here -ia..i. nf TaM,p
Funeral services were held Saturday:
morning bv Rev. J. C. Brown of the
There before u- was a collection of ,,ines Crp;.k Methodist church. as
buuitifully carved floiv lamps, cedar sistC(, i)y Rov yodcr Davis of the,
cnesis c.i every snape aim ciescripiion, whi,c 0ak Bnpli9t ,.)urch. lIltPr
tale lamps. candcLtic ks, various kinds
ment was in the familly burying
find in a well stocked furniture store.
Wi were told that. beside- these.
oi taoies ami cnairs, a wainut lo.ir- K,.un at white Oak.
post bed. smoking stands, and in lad Ml. rlark has lecn a ea(e,. .,way,
practically everythings that one would , tI,e life of his town.shin and eountv.
and well deseires his place among
those who "for the nast 60 vears.
l.iacti.ally all the furnifuiv for the Nolih Caroina morc than to nnv
college doi n.iioi a -ami laiioratori .s is ,m,,. M,ur(.0i" is indebted for the
made here. A ! -f lh- aides and ,.,. an,i order which has enabled
,!. -ks used 'ii th. n. w dormitori,', are ,).,. ..tate , rebuild its waste places
ptoducts of i.he w.Kidshop. These .) emerge from the disasters of a
tides have a,, annual value of ap- lon(; wa,. In war an(j jn peacc ,ntv
r.-oximaiely five tlous:ind dollars built have stool by their state fai'hful
at a saving of m.:e than :.'!) p.' cent !;jk.. j K0M am, fvi times, and
to the c.dlece. II side- tl-,., th,. ar- -,th Carolina owes no greater debt
t.cles which the stu.lciit- make for !ilan , ,u. unshaken fidelity of him
their pel mal me wi : : , .; ;i i, wiio-(. highest honor is that h? was,
M-veral hundred- of d. dials , b .',.iu. North carol:na Confederate r -i i--
"The cciHfg- j otl'i . 'iij- :i two-vear soldier,
curse n I'm i:i!ii:.. .Ie- 'g i'i:;g ar..
. ntnufiict iiring to nu'chaiiieal cngin
altitude 2,850 feet.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
n is, a- their p: ofess iniial training is
c-.pri ally suite I for ,1'iis inilusiry.
No th t"i:r.i!iiia n.iw ranks second in
the States in th: p-. xhlct ion of fur-
niturr, th value of the products run- Superintendent Fred Salford wishes
ring into the millions each yea-," '" ia,i 11,0 attention of the county
stated Profess,,,. Wheeler. "M chigan " "'"pl's t0 the follwinr comnum:
is the only State that i ahead, but it "'''"n fronl tne State dc parL'iv nt of
'won't be long bifo:.- wi pass thom I'""1'-' Instruction:
I also." r County and City Superintende-.ts:
"I think it is time for us to irave," The General Assembly just adjourti-
.ssid my lriends from (irand Ram. Is. nas pasara a oni reaucing tne n.im-
With him, .seeing was believing and !"'r of State examinations for teach-
he had seen! certificates from three to one
... each year. The annual examination
liiiivtrsal BuOe will be held on the second Tuesday
l Ca:il.il l .Wednesday of April, the same
t i iiniuiiiiu irom 'a rage.) uuie as ine April examination in pre-
the industry in 1024. cious years. (The Haywood County
Attorney-General Brumiiiitt handed examination will be held at the court
down two railings during the week. House.)
,The first was for the department to I am cf.lling your attention to this
construe the law prohibiting empoy- change with reference to the eximi
eos Using State owned cars in a sen- nation so that you mav give it as
sible manner. Mr. Brummitt deel.ired much publicity as possible. The only
no set law for u?e of the cars could examination this year will be the one
be laid down and thatt hose in the held on April 14th and 16th. May
departments should construe for them- we cunt upon you to spread this in-
gclves when by their use the State formation as widely as possible so
was beififf served. The other railing thai all those who arc contemplating
affected the collections to b? made by tiA-ing the examination will know
Insurance Commissioner Wade, whom their only opportunity is the one
the legislature deprived of consider- civen in April.
Yours very truly,
"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.
Th t&KcJUL Start
You Can Double The Life Of Your
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. DUCKETT. Prop.,
Prices Are Low
Waynesville, N. C.
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
able of his powers. Mr. Brummitt
said the Insurance Department would
no longer collect any moneys classed
as general revenue of the State, hut 2tc
JAS. E. HILLMAN,
Director of Certification.
of Kodak fin
ing. Our many
enables us to
give you the
best at the
W. T. MEHAFFEY & CO.
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