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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1925
See ill the I i
One of the most important steps
yet undertaken to protect car pur
chasers and at the same time place
the handling of such cars on a more
business-like basis is the announce
ment by Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President
of the Ford Motor Company, that op
erating under a company plan Ford
dealers will hereafter place a guaran
tee upon used Ford cars disposed of
The Ford Motor Company is the
first large automobile concern to take
direct steps in the matter of used
car?. Inasmuch as there are about
as many Fords in operation in the
country as all othei
antee covering its mechanical fitness."
The plan becomes effective at once
and places a guarantee on used Ford
carg purchased from authorized Ford
dealers thereby insuring proper me
chanical operation under ordinary
In assuming the direction and su
pervision of this plan to be carried
LAKE JUNALUSKA NOTES. Thene are things ypu
The Parent-Teachers' meeting was) wealthier towns
held at the Junaluska school Douse mat you can i see in wwn
on last Friday night, the weather be- small,
ing bad and the roads muddy, the folks And yet up and down the.vs is no town
did not turn out as usual. Like our little town after all
Pf J. W McCain has been very, it may do tne stress nrouKn wit
ill for several days, but is recovering
We hope he will soon be back to his
town are not lonir.
They're not wide and may not be
But the neighbors you know in your
own little town
All welcome a fellow that's great.
eady for In the glittering streets of the it-
Mr. M. H. Potest of Waynesville With its palaces and navpim-nis and
has accepted a position with the Ju-j thrall,
During the celebration of Children's raiU!ita Supply Co. ! In the midst of the throng
out by its dealer organization, the 'school. Mr. McCain has sure made us
Ford Motor Company feels that it is fine teacher at this place,
embracing an opportunity to be of j The Junaluska Supply Co. has got
greater service to those who purchase their new machinery installed in their
used Ford cars.
new department and are
NEW BOOKS FOR CHILDREN.
er makes combined Book Week Iast November, the Dor. t.amp at tne Lake has You will frequently long
t the action of the cas Love Bell Chapter of the D. A. K., been eniar(red with 14 more camping For your own little town after all.
it in nnnamnt thn
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Ford uMotor Company will exert a generously voiea money ii u.c apartments and a very large caiexeri.i, it you live ana you worn ;n our nine
wide influence on the marketing of of new 000,18 for the Juvenile g0 can acconlmodate more than lown,
used cars and in improving conditions Section of our Library. The following ,many aga;n this vear than they in spite of the fact it is small
nrllv in Kt nhMP of the auto-1 were selected by the book committee .. , . r- You nW find it a fact that our little
I as being eifpecially appropriate to ,Mr A A Wells cf Dellwood was town
Ihflvn n A R ii Am a written in vhe .l i k - it ...i, nnA inl thin ..... . u
"Every used Ford car represents so - --p - o - "would be .ra,,18 Mtt " TLD TOP.
m i "ThP,thla unfT: A Little Maid 01 Pos-'mer and fall DELLWOOD VIA WAYNESVILLE,
'varA HW Thronh his no.itlon and!0" Town, by Margaret Sidney; The, Mf-San Bul.rcgs hM returned j NORTH CAROLINA.
intimate knowledge of the car certain. perkj A Continental poi,,,, 'om G1ndt
Iy is the best judge as to the value cf; e Wa.,h-.been' a"d '8
.u: . Uei t Aa. l ' ' r " rnnm hlinira
from Glendale, S. C. where he has
now erecting him a five 1 .Wrs. v-o)ieman 01
this transportation the best to de
termine a price on the mileage the
car may yet be expected to deliver
that's his business.
"With this advantage the Ford deal
er is prepared to give his used car
customers, benefits not likely to be
"If re-conditioning is necessary he.
has the work done by trained boril
mechanics using? improved equipment
and genuine Ford parts, and with
these economics and advantages he is
able to offer the used car to the l-jr-chaser
at low cost and with a K'Jii.--
ington Into the Wilderness, by Ed
win L. Sabin; A Little Girl of Lonf
Ago, by EJiza Orne White; The Gol
den Days of '49, by Kirk Munroe.
room bungalow on his farm in the j returned home Thursday after
Rogers Cove. The Smith
Broth.-rs month's visit with her son, the Rev-
are (loin his work. M'"- lr,st-
ti,; h. hren informed that! There will be a pie supper and candy
I I V C- .. 1 l' I n;..V in MlV
Ithe Suyeta Park property at way- sale me nrbi. oaiu... ..K, ...
Col. MinthorneWoolsev will speak nesville has been purchased by Mr. for tne weinooisi. ,u uio- not in the
in the Parish House of Grace Church E. W. Grove of Asheville, which will good .adies
Sunday. April 19, at 10 A 'M.. We' mean something good for Waynes- little one for the occasion and an ui-
. ' ljno in thc neal. future, as Mr. Grove thusmst.e crowd is expected,
are expecting you to be present. , . wa (lf The ,-epetition of the "Fascinating
RVA ALBERT NEW
Wo want your business you want
more business. Phone us, 137, and
we will both be satisfied.
in;; new improvements in and around
Asheville., Everybody in Wayne.--villo
ouirhi to be proud of Mr. Grove.
I This scribe and family
Hi nny BrownV was postponed lasi
Saturday on account of the illness
01 Mr. Ralph Kuykendall who is niak-
.0.1 tn in,' .such a hit as the " h ascinating
STAR PRESSING CLUB
S. A. COPNEY. Prop.
Rates ty tKe Week or MontK
CLEANING, PRESSING. DYEING
Work Called for and Delivered. Give Us A Trial
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
STAR PRESSING CLUB
It is hoped he will be able
at Maggie next Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell and
whi.-h will .Inldieii of A.sheville anil Mr. nnu .ins.
Medforii U'utherwood of lower on
alhan -pent Easter with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Campbell hi.ve
mi 1 11
of Clyde as thai r.ioved to ( anton where air. Lamp'ien
We has incepted a position and lr. anu
Ttiiiipjke Sunday and took di.nn .. , Eanny."
,..iii, m,. w A Cnnni r anil familv I" "lay
who live near the site of the new iaKe
piospict at that, pla
moan a great deal to that emiMi;
nity and suiiouiuling counliy m the
way of improvements.
We suf would like to "icir fro-n w-
old friend M. 15. S
I little town is still on the map.
: Mi s. Matt Smith are now occupying
sn p-oine- to take our hats off to
'Clyde as they have installed a good, their house.
.t-m thprp. nrl several i Mr. Hob Moody, one of ou
new houses are being erectei along and b.st loved citizens, ,s still des
the highway. We would like to hear perately ill at his home,
'from some of the other correspond- The "Fox lnlers' Union' are in
'ents This scribe can't boost all the their glory the.se warm spring nights
the towns and communities in be and a bull frog bunt and frog leg
county would like to get some ore'suppcr is being ..'.aimed by the yo'ing
else interested. .people
I will submit the following rhyme The
to help to boost our little town: I cause
Folks there arc fancier towns than
our little town,
whole world steins smiling
sming is heie.
I There are towns that are bigger than
And the people who live in the sniallei
Don't know what excitcmen; they
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T-T. VIT AW""" M ' III
and Figures Don Lie
Above is a vivid picture of the tremendous buying demand
created throughout the country by the Nash Special Six
and Advanced Six models.
Total automobile sales, monthly, are registering severe de
creases as contrasted with corresponding months last year.
On the other hand Nash sales are monthly sweeping far
beyond the records for last year.
It is a dramatic and convincing national tribute to the
downright superiority in beauty, in performance, and in
value of the Nash product.
SPECIAL SIX SERIES-ADVANCED SIX SERIES
Models range from $1095 to $2290, f. o. b. factory
BELL MOTOR CO., Canton, N. C
April 20 to 25th has been set ttsidc
as clean-up days in Waynesville.
Householders are asked to place
tlieir refuse in proper containers on
the sidewalks on these days. The city
will have the drivers on the following
streets on the dates mentioned: On
Monday the Oth of April thc drivers
will be on the East Main street sec
tion. On the 21st on South Church
street and West Main street. On the
22nd on Main .street; on the 2.'lrd,
Walnut t . Church including l.ove
Iinc; on the 21th between North
Main and Walnut streets. Be prepare.1
'ii tnese dales. ricase no inn in
drivers to Pifk up scattered refuse,
lut have all in containers. Tin cun.s
at tin back doo,- beget slovenly citi
zenship. You nrenot n good citizen
unless you aie inieresien in nvepnin i
vou" oW" and other yards clean.
rin;in comvlv anil .beautiful stir- i
loundings bring beauty into lives of
all and make cleanliness and good ap
pearance a public habit.
They attract residents and rai-c
real estate values.
We ask the co-operation of every
citizen of Waynesville in this cam
paign, and especially the owners of
If you have a neighbor with an un
sightly back yard please suggest tl at
he take advantage of this opportunity
and clean "P- 'f vou arl" a business
man with a clean back yard please
make an effort to help your neighbor
Waynesville Civic .League.
Coming To Waynesville
ON SPRING TOUR
M A Y 2 fli do
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
RESERVED SEATS ONLY $1.00
A Wonderful Opportunity for Thc
People of This Section to See
These famous Players.
Milner & Co.
Coal Delivered In Small
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling
Milner & Company
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 fewelrii Store
In North Carolina.
W. A. COBLE
Phone 1 94-J Waynesville, N. C.
Wood's Pedipreo Boone County,
Woodburn White und Woods
Dixie Corn, the best varieties .f
Pedigree Rcid'r, Teller Jicr.t rr.d
Improved Golden lc:i (.:. -yellow
Wood's Virginia EnsMase Corr. licsi
available ensilage cjiu.
AH of our seed rcrnr. rvo cf
GerrWination. Write f r pru-es and
samples of varieties bost suited lo
your soil and climatic conditions.
FREE Crop Special
It ilw. full Inforwia'ion Tit current rr'.ivi
on oi l'fn. V.'; Vlivr- Kn
Krown Alfalfa mi.J lAhir naawiiaolc seals.
T. V. WOOD x SONS
Seedsmen Sxnea JS7S
ss S. 14th St Richmond, Va.
You Can Double The Life Of Your
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. DUCKETT. Prop., Main Street
Prices Are Low Waynesville, N. C.
The Carolina Mountaineer Is Only $2
per Year If Paid In Advance; $2.50 per
Year if Not. Send in $2.00 at once