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THURSDAY, AI'RIL 16. 1925.
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
The Carolina Mountaineer
!I7'. M:um .Stre-rt
U'-ii. A. I!A'I. K.iilnr-dwm"
charge of the program, the subject
beinjr "Present Day Persecutions in
Km ope', ' which w:is prese'iited jn a
must intri eti!i(
of the members,
ptt'snic.l ir, c.
i'.Hv i .ran
manner by several
The meeting was
he president. Mrs.
I'ulii y lit :). r.it i.
( lh. .1 : r;r;iii f She ' .
, I'.i : : ; i.f 1 1 i i n I ' uri-
Sl liSl'ltll' I ION If ATKS
Sfji.-i-r.ti"n l'ii;iile in Ailva
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' A DAY-
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I I.i- Mail Matter-, a
um.Ii i :h.- Act ..f Mare
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PI Itl.lSIIKD ON TIICKSDAY
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The purpn-e "f the Miy la r. ..
.alio :- :.. f.ieu- at',erti"ii upon ur
i ;i i" ion- T'.at onal a.-set aur
! , :s The t. !.: ween the child
.nd a lult life U a' ..nee the -tl-..::;:-:
an i the eiitli'st eh-nirnt i i hum in
a'uic li.calci- -a riJiv-c arc madv f"l
ii than i'iii oiir.--lve; (riv.it' r
,app :,c- - is ilerr. c i f mm t hoc -aci i-
e lam fnin all lac 'rumphs thitt
iei--ini;:l --.lcrc-- can miii. Our daily
alinr-', whether in the home, or in the
PAPER MILL BUILDING OVER
DONE. V:U'n w heat pi ires, cotton prices,
corn piirc, wool prices or the pr re
of other farm products are hie;h, 't
has in the past been customary for
mally farmers to lush widely into : I t
luction of one crop promising the
Kica:. return. The ultimate nsti.t
ha ;t;icij- la n the ,iitie, nanielc. a
I it:e I market. -taration pr rcs, i--i-..ii!aj.'-.l
ami hankruoted farmei.
The ie-s:.n- h ained l.y oar atrri.-.:l-'.ural
industries liae la-en o ee-e
that. ,n addition to trradu..lly e-d'na.
n:g the farmers to the value and no
cc itv of iliversilied crop- ill furnine;.
the (feneral public has in many instance.-,
profited by the farmers' les
sons. In other words, business and
industry have seen the folly of over
production in any line of output in
Thursday, April 16, 1925
mi-nil. u-oi-l.l nf en 111 lu-l il ioTi for ma
. , , . . . , - order to secure temporarily exorbitant
t.'iial things, oi evt-n in the sea re n for ..' ...
culture and for spiritual advancement,
derive largely from the conscious or
unconscious impul-e to jcheri.sh the
child anil to hold the child's affection
l.est. in the hurrv and strain of life, . .
profits. Such a policy has bankrupted
as many industries as it has farmers.
What has been experienced in farm
ing and various lines of manufacturing
is now boinfj experienced by the paper
ru- iniuev-Ti! iv ...I iiutio i ii t ' . .i. Li- record established for the production
iwO ELEMENTS IN AIM HKTIS- we should ever forirot these oblipra- '
I , f I. . U.' .. nnnt TKo Runlroisi' pnnAln
tioiis, it i.s well for us to recall the .... ' , . ,
, ... . . , . ic Service says that the paper indus
child s b'll of rights. w(uch may be . . - , , .
, . ,, try is faced with the anomalous spec-
expressed as follows: i ' - . .. . iL .
tacle of stationary profits in the face
"The ideal to which we should drive of a gTowing volume of buaineas, It j
is that there should be no child in u KeneraIy &dmitted that the ,1o.
America that ha.s not tn-en bom under mesUc industry is capable of from
proper conditions, that -loes not l.ve in 3() per capUfity than
hj -KiMic surrounding, that e.-en uf- wouM or evn tha .
fers from undernutrition, that dofs MimMnttM .v. ,
Sometimes a wrontr impression is
taken in the matter of advertising,
,ome peoplu lielievinjr that to prive an
;id to the newspaper is a kind of dona
tion or favor conferred upon it. AS a
matter of fact, advertising is one of
the. nn9t vital elements to busioess
-serv sucreful business. Mverths- . . . t- , . whan demand was normal.
' . . . ,attention and inspection, that doe not n ti,;. ; .a ij ,w
ine shou l never be humpdiy pre-1 . , '. . .. Whn to this situation is added the
s J I m-i'ivp nnmarv instruction in the el.1- , . -
pared, but just as much care taken . , . .' , . ,,- ,. tactor ot European imports in certain
in the wording and preparation of
menu of hygiene and grood health."
lines, the position of the paper man-
It is for the reiteration of this truth, ,,,.,. - , A;k..u t
-oii as me uuvertiser waii in puas- c .l i i r . ..-i -li " '
, . , . . m: an' rt'ieorauon 01 u uiuu it siiju :j cn,i;,.:- - l
niiu u u(.auuiiittt urn i . 1 1 u uri man
luive lH-,,me a living fact, that we pnable importor3 to brin)?j
urre all people of irood will ti join
'n the celebration of May Day as Chi'.d
np his i-ustomer.s by service in wait
ing upon them.
Y'ou can take, for example, anv
product which iKscomes known as a
standard product, ssuch a.s Water,
IIIU.I I I'UII l.tt.1 II lllll-l, 4AIUI V1IU Will 'lllll 1 . ,-l 1 I. 1.1
; I'resident American ( hild Health
tnat it nas iiecomes .s tor two rea
snns; fust, it has been consistently
luivertised, and, second, it jrive.s ,er-vice.
two element., vi hand in
hand. No matter how pixxl your prod
uct is ,f people don't know alwut it
in paper even below the lowest cost
mills in thus country, and results in'
reducing prices all around, or in throwing-
American paper machine and
workmen out of oneration anj c:r.-1
There is another factor which lends I
ti- restrict thn nrnfit nf thn ilikmfticl
Magnificent as was the digging of manufacturer, the increasing cost of
AN El'Ot II A I
the Panama Canal fioni the stand- pulp wood in the United States as
I oint of the immen.-itv of the enter- against the comparatively stable price
tlven you cannot sell it. On the other l'nsi' itself, that was not the biggest in other countries. It is predicted '
hand, if it ! a poor article and you
advertise it, it will be ,nM the first
t ine, but n-iH-at order- will not e aaie digging
in. -! .-e.l.
So. in io;n" your advert
tiling about it. The biggest thing that both the United States and Cana-
wa, in a way a minor feature of the da will experience something in the
of the canal or was so eon- nature of a severe ftlp-wood short
A, a matter of fact, it was age wi'hir. the next five years, or until
i had not Dr. William C. -such time as young timber growth now
been able to overcome the coming on, will be ready for use.,
and fever there would have It is stated that there Ls little likely-
canal. But greater than the hood of an improved condition in the
hi the most effective way possible by "'IWg of the canal was the (lis- K'ws print industry for the next few
conveying the same picture of the roveI'J' m a concrete way that man years.
product you wi.sh to sell as can be
ith just as much care as you do your
buying. You have a message to iret
before the peoiile. Cjve that message ,M,pn n
seen by seeing the article itself. Use
great rare in pieparation of copy. Ad.
w rtising pays. We can prove it every
lay in the yea. bv thousand, of ex
amples. You cm. arove it. N'o worthy
"""'"'"K is eve lo.,t iwause It Is
like a stone cast in i th
ing ever-widening r-; !(
und grow, reaching
could consciously overcome the rav- In spite of this, the woods are full
ages of disease and could counsciously of stock-selling campaigns in Oregon!
make unhealthful places healt-hful. and Washington for proposed pulp and I
Dr. Willam II. Welch, dean of the paper mill developments.
School of Hyifiene of Johns Hopkins Ariyor.e can build a paper .mil. a
l.r.iveiMty, recently bold how- the sawmii, 01. ., sul,ai. fa,toI.v iuat s
d-ath rate was reduced from 17 per anyone can buv a farm- l hey have
THE PROPOSED AR11I.
There is a mownicnl on foot having
is its object the building of an arch
a' the county line between llaywoo I
and Buncombe on the Ash ville loid.
The proposition started with the
Woman's Club of Wavie i. lie,
has lieen endorse. I by several olh'r
:jr ganizat ions, both men's and wom-
:."s, not only in Way nesville, but in
the - ui rounding lown.-. It is con--i'if
i .. .rood a Iv: .".t, -ciu .e
Iit :ht coi;aty, and should appeal to
ihe .ab) c ioi it "f nr ritiy." .
t . m;.:!' or il i w o--i co-aa, .-
Tiie a:vh i to i.e iniiit of rre"k
tfck an. I steel w.th a "Welcome to
Haywood" si'Mi, and will he a lasting
iiiul attractivi nionuinent to the thrift
3nJ nrogie-s of our splendid county.
It would I e loiatid at Turnpike ia the
beau; fill valli y count ry.
ex p. rience.
1K L CROSSE All' ER ITlSINt;
. lake, mak- l" ' I"-''' tllous- ttu. nlonev. but it tak,.s . U)an a
s which grow ThM a-hievement wi, followed mij or a farm , makt. a pr0,i,. A
many distant '"' thl' ' xperiment at Havana after knowledge of the facts assential and
,the Spanish-American War, and the witnout tu.m tho stlK.kImlder in a
modern health crusade was on. Dr. ,)am,r .miU. in ., falm .. other
Welch i- a Pioneer in this work and industry stands a good chanre af lenrn-
'.:s statement that modern science is j jn(, bv ,.()s(v
ida-.ng longer life within the reach
of man is not i mere gesture. It INDI STUIES WOIT.D SUFI ER.
i a -ked up bv indisputable facts. A' tiie last session of Cotrgress, a
1: now considered as much a bi'l wa- introduced (HRUOT'ir which
husir c-s of the goveinment to pro- practically excludes Mexico common
mote ciMi.l health as it is to main'tlin1 lO -rc-i f:otn the United St rtes.
puolie schools ,u build good road-,' i - i ill was pending and fjd not
I).- Welch tills why: ; sv'ii n Congress adjourned, but is
I Kit nipnue! health rai.-e he 1 1 . ke'v to come um at the nel ;v-:s on
:tal!t ot' nie: and of nation- '.as! Employers of common 1 ibor and
!: n tuliv '.a ih-hc I, Cood ".eah 'i practically every indu.strv wild Mev-
a onme ic.jt:is:te , lie etijoymi nt ' '-"an iahor is extensively rnrpteiycd,
f ' f HanniiH- :leL., longer life; would be injuried by such legislation,
a- I :: life lai,-. :. happm . A;-I Mary impoitant industries lit some
a p -'ncinle a- old a- Disraeli season of the vear require more labor
that nublie I'ealth i- the fotin la: on than at others. Much of this labor
upon which ri :- tiie ba o :'a'-s
l-eopl'.' and i he v.eifart "1 :in-
There oii"ht to I in i -viy county portance.
a hosnital built and -.np irttil y the rassage of IIRI1072 wo:: I I rrohihit
:axpaers for the :..! me-nt of .ho e ! labor with ' !n :lv,; when
not able to nav. It wouid sp.'i'dily ne.ded to plant o- i:a: -t our gnat
pay for itself and in addition would f ruit, vegetable or e ;:i,i crops, cr ; r
gieatly promote the happiness f .he form common labe o.i our ro.u's.
tiie j is obtained from Mexico, and ability
He. to obtain it promptly :; of vtial i'n-
EI.Ol RISHIN(; RAY TOWN.
people. North Carolina has alrejdy railroads
cntba'kcl upon this enterprise of c-s-The
O. R. Crosse Realty Compauy t-.blishing on. aiunity hospitals. This
lire advert sing Way nesville ex'.e:i- movement ought to he pushcd.--K.il-pivtsly
in th.- Klorida papers. The eigh News and Obseiver.
('irolina Mountaineer i.s in reveipt of
The Cocoa Tribune of April 9. In this
issue two large display aile in n".
rard to the resources and attractive
ness of Waynesville as a summer rc
nort appeared. Also the following
g l rtr. ....... Btni-u Tinv:ili. Iriniirlv
O.'r. GroMe has purdiasei J5I Ba!i-er, BJrrhfi(f'- "e T.w candidacy of the Presfnt mor nd
tmnty pr pe iii-l l v ine C0 cd other day and that boar, 0f adermen to succeed them-
building in use bv th.'c,.,', v .lodge "f 'T f Seives- 9ubject to the nd
and which was off .'-e l for s i (. t,i the ,ml "' "I w.e wemocrauc party pn
farms or in our
mines, it could not i obfiiited.
There is the vir.is of industria! ilis.
.".Dter in such le'xi i'a.'on. It is detri
mental to the inluitii':. ef many
states which nee 1 seaso.i.i! labor or
labor which will ij t'.w hirl work
the Mexicans perform and which is
noun, you oe.ieve u. tvay lown not conBeniaI 0. :isuwMt. tl, wh,te.
waynesvuie s suouro out along tne abor
Dellwood road lays claim to thirty-
four residences, thirty-four dwelling CANDIDATE'S ANNOUNCEMENT.
houses. If you don t believe it ask Many friends hereby announce the
highest biddc, Mr. CIro. ' bi-l being
520,000.00. The site is a valuable one
Bnd Mr. Crosse proposes to put it to
use '-y -hc erection of :h e
rhant to locate out there.
?)metime last fall he opened a
mary to be held on Saturday, May 2nd:
For Mayor, J. Harden Howell.
small gioocery store there r.nl has For Aldermen. W. T. Shelton, Sam
thrivpii sr well thAt rprpntlv he built IT Ana, Z?wn n' w U;llA i o.
sory ----- -' - . mica, miiiv n . miiiiri. lii'Jl
an addition to his plant in which to .. .
open a soft drink parlor for the con- Wanted An industrious Tnsn de
THE venience of the joyrielers and others Hirous of making $40.00 $70.00
that may fare out that way. 'weekly in Haywooi County selling
Patrons from twenty-two of thoie Whitimer's extracts, soaps, toilet nr
lmine thirty-four rssidences, Mr. Birehfieid ticles, spices, home remedies, etc.
f "rs. W. C Allen, the Mis-ionnry asferts, have con-.i to his place of Little capital needed. Car or team
Union of the Baptist church held its business. necessary. No experience required,
retrular monthly meeting with the Good evidence this of the popular- Write for full particulars. The H. C.
.m..r. r.r tho rniinn nrCnT us ho- itv of himself and his establishment. Whitmer Company.. Dent. 198. Colum-
taaatw. The Nirth Side Circle had l.ong may he wave. bus, Indiana. 16-4tp'
MISSIONARY UNION OK
On Tuesday afternoon a.
IET it rain it's dry and warm inside an
Oldsmobile Coach. And when the clouds
roll by, instantly opened windows provide
the airy freedom of the whole outdoors ! It's
a beautiful car, too, and powerful with its
Fisher body, Duco finished, and its L-Head,
six-cylinder, Delco-equipped engine. Certainly
$1075 is an unbelievably low price for a car
so widely acclaimed the best of the light
sixes ! And you can buy this Coach on General
Motors' convenient time-payment plan!
.a. b. factory, phu tax
NOLAND MOTOR CO.
RODUCT OF OENUA1. MOTORS
There's a Suit Here
for Every Boy
We specialize on real Boy's
Clothes. They are cut and tail
ored just as carefully as our
Men's Clothes, hence they have
the style and will make your
boy feel that he is just as wel
dressed as dad. If you cannot
come yourself, send the boy in
and let him make his own selection.
A Good Shoe Tor
And it is equally good for everyday wear,
for it has both style and quality. Your
choice of several models in either black or
Our New Spring Suits Have the Dash and Style which
Young Med Demand in their clothes
McCracken Clothing Company
Outfitters for Men and Young Men
Shoes For the Family WAYNESVILLE, N. C-