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THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1915
The Carolina Mountaineer
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Display Advcrtuin Rates:
T hirty Cents pr-r crtliimn lAch.
SI IISCKII'TION UATKS
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r.n'i-r. ,j at the nt uflirr, at
Waynf.sv.IU-, N. ('., as Second
( l-t Mail Matter, as provi'li-d
under ihi' Art vf March ::, 1T!,
Nuveml.i-r L'O. I'M 4.
I'l'llLIKHKD ON THLKSDAY
ic?ne, with iMm projrres-sivc growth
of their city. -They have given freely
of then time and efforts to make
their Adoration your Association,
and have i,...i he fore them the
vision of Wayne-Mi " . she will j.1
t'liiately ! e.oine, one i ; ' i mo-t
talked of, piogies-ive, and In
n-Mii! citu - in We-tern North Cai
olma. supporting large and impcr
tant cninnieirial. industiial and a': :
cultuial tnteiprise-, with thousand
of new homes on her gentle . lopin;;
hillside-, anil iinanc ial in.-tit in ions
second to ntini' in the State.
Thn.-e who have heen instrunicnt.il day. Those in
in making the Haywood Home li'ldd- Kuykendall wi-u-
:ng and I.oan A-sociation a hu'wai'K
of strength and an influence to lie
felt .n their community arc
ticets and director: I!. I..
Dr. Tho-. Strmgtield. .1
P. Kran'is. S. M. Hushnell, K. I
LAKE Jl'NAI.L'SK A NOTES.
ISN'T THIS THE TRUTH?
The farmers around thir place N'o k,ly mjoys nayinjr taxes. Hut
are about done planting corn. Wejpeople have shown that they 'vill pay
are needing rain as the weather is with a degree of cheerf ulness whst
aie needing some as the weather is ever taxe.s are necessary for econom
ilry and hott Business is looking ical administration of public business,
good at present. We are expecting , What arousta them is to he asked to
., '.' "e crowd of folks at the Lake apy high taxe.s
Mi-. II. L. Jone of l.awiens, S. C.
ettiiiii'd Sunday to her honu after
.i week's stay at the Lake on hu.siniss.
Mr. and Mr-. I'. E. Kuykendall of
Mazelwooi! motored to the Ijike S-jn-
conipany with Mr.
Mrs. J. 1. Kuykea
lull and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Kav Parker of Ha-
the of- zelwood spint Sunday with Old T-'P
Ptevo-t. and family.
('has. E. tJiiinlan, Vice Mai k Smith who had a position with
J. Rj I!oyd, Serela-y- .UI1aluska Supnly Company hw
hirectois: Kufus ,Siler, ngjno,) (,is positon and is engaged
Strmgtield. .1. K. Hoyd, .1. in building houses and is readv to com.
to support ."uperflu
. . . . IT L.I I.
ous oiiK-eiioiuer-s ami to cr.iry
govei nmen t ex t ravagantly. Kan
sas City Times.
HAVE YOU A BAD BACK?
Then the Advice of This Waynesville
Resident Will Interest You.
Does jour back ache night and day;
Hinder work; destroy your rest?
Are you tortured with stabbing pair.;
When y" stoop, lift or bend ?
Then likely vour kidneys are weak.
on m.. ,i,i. .. . ..ur
LIUULIO ll.UJ SM'll lipp II.
COMMUNITY (MB MEETINti.
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness;
Ot uric acid and its ills.
Help your weakened kidneys witn a
The Community Club met Monday, ', ae loan's Pills.
April L'Tth, at 't:.'10 in the club rooms, I Reatf this Waynesville testimony:
Mrs. Rufu.s Siler, the newly elected! Hal Fbrmer, auto mechanic!,
president, presiding. I Cherry St., says: "My kidneys acted
Thursday, April 30, 1925
STEAD NATURAL (ilM)WtH
modeled, an I then are an unu-tial
unrulier of new bungalows, cottages
and other dwell. ngs Ih':ii;j 'mil! at
the present time. The pa. liters aiv
all busy and there are hoa-es on every
s:de heifii? redecorated, painted, eV.,
t-tb on the interior and '''eri . .
Kound about the d-. Ill- new
'.o', iiuiiding-, etc.. that are Immh.,'
h . vv.ll a Id much to the at tract r. c
lies- of th section. S'e have al
ready putdished a full account of
The meeting opened with the sing-; too often and I had to get up a good
ing of America, followed by the club deal at night to pass the secretion.-,
prayer. i which were scanty and contained sod-'
Business was then taken up and iment. They irritated in passage.
reports were called for from officers too. My back was so lame and weak,
and departmental heads. ;I could hardly get up or down, and
The cluh VOtH In i.ivo tr.A f l,A U.aA atikpn nnlna uuri, mmhtv on J
niunicale with any one who is pros- , , , ,
ii.t .' t Kvitt Ch-,H V Ouin- . . .in ,, u r" "rlts i our annua nower vere. negan using noan s nns anu
irenost, r.. J. lly.nt. t nas. r,. vul" nectintr or exDectinc to build. He is .. .. ... ...
.. .. " ... snilU kHA tuwnm vu-M .ha Ul avtlnDVII
'The committees for spiling tickets Pharmacy entirely relieved me."
lor the Carolina Haymakers, gave' 60c, at all dealars. Foster-Milburp
vprv crr-fttifvintr ro,wirtu na ln , I. ,1A f Mfra Diiffnl, M V A .1,.
The ( arolma Mountaineer expects Mr. Sam Burress a nice bungalow of tjckptj .
to t.uhli.sh. at an early date, a Na- on.hM. fjrm- ... The nrn.,m , .k. f ,. NOTICE OF' SALE OF BIDS.
of prepar. ti(jna ,.ul(pcity Edition; pndiably .' """""on , ,h,s senbe was . J ' p r "lj
whose subject was "American' sealed PrODO-,als wl" rece.veu
' a.." u... f la . ... . ov tne town or tiazeiwoou. at o:uo r.
wanted to .,et to Waynesville as quick , ' ' . . . I . . M.. June 1. 1925. for the Purchase of
'lah. ;o. 11. Waid
.VATKhNAL I'UBLK ITV
W Mil lei.
a lirst class stone mason and can give
'good service in that line of work. He
and his brother are at present erect-
Theie are many signs
ations for a great influx ot tourist i abKjut twent1--cight or thirty pages. "' - . 1 rtt
this -i-n-oni In H avnesVlllP unfl Th,. O.Ji.M a,;1I 1... to-intp.l on ir,un n . , aio ui u.iu n..u unj
vicinity many homes are heing re- cuatej enamel ia)cr with plenty of
From Wbici Kentucky Man Saf
fered Jwo or Three Timet a
Month, RelieTed bj
Lawrcnceburg, Ky. Mr. J. P.
Nevlns, a local coal dealer and fal
mer, about two years ago learned
of the value of Thedford's Black
Draught liver medicine, and now
"Until then I suffered with se
vere bilious attacks that came on
two or three times each month.
I would get nauseated. I would
have dizziness and couldn't work.
"I would take pills until I was
worn-out with them. I didn't seem
to get relief. After taking the pills
my bowels would act a couple or
three times, then I would' be Tory
"A neighbor told me of Black
Draught and I began its use. I
never have found so much relief
as ft gave me. ' I would not be
without it for anything.
- "ft seemed to cleanse toy whole
system; and make me feel like new,
I would' take a few doses get rid
pf the bile and bare my usual clear
hiiad: feel full of' 'pep' and could
do twice the work."
One cent a dose. NC-161
-'. i ucture- i n a
-ection is one of
these now han.lsorn
f r ui , i i--ue of thi
:ainecr. The denot
tlie most piospcrou-, .and pleasant
-ection- of WayiUjvi If .he
Southern R. It. -tation had a M ".v
coat of paint aiu! if the -treets wei,
kept better cleaned of !uh:n-h, dut,
old papers, etc., it wuM add gieatly
to this -ictioii. Visit. get th-nr
til -1 impression of our town at the
d put anil if the street, and stat in
I I.... .1.
-'""""S ' no iiii.on M'l" (
it net 1 1 men ! a I to nut whole com
munity. The hainl-ome -tines end
iilliee lm;ld:ni;s of tin- par: of Way
M. i. ,11. i... 1
' ' , ' fulfilled.
wnere in western Aortn i aninna tmit
h.. .h..., .....1 ,.n i. i... i,
1 """ "" "J will
clean ana up-to-date appearance that
cut., and -eenes of this section. We
expect to is-ue at lea.-t ten thousand
ln the fall of l;ti:;, the present ed
itor Wil.s assinted by Mr. Howard
Sh.unp.nn in producing a big special
edition in Transylvania county. It
was a teal big -ucce.- and helped
iiufine-- generally. Also gave nnrh
real advertising and publicity to that
wonderful land, "The Land of Wa
terfalls' Mi, Howarii .Shannon has a Na
tional reputation for producing real
good .special editions. His integnty
j.s beyon,! the -hadow of a doubt mil
any rumoi to the contrary arc ill
advi-ed and certainly misleading. Mr.
Shannon has put on several .-.penal
edition- in Western North Caiolina
I lemiersoiu illc. liievaid, itc
A toA-n M known by the
per i; produce-. Th.' bu
a- possible as thev had been held up
down on the Crabtree Road and as
sent'ed in the form of a picture .show. 10.00.00 Water Bonds, bearing in-
Irunken fellows, and "';i"-. .....y ueautnui pic-
lUIL'S. 1TIV nir 'An fu na M PQi-h nar
SO We . . , . "I. : notllrinir 'tRftA Mh ur frcm 109R
. , , . , . i , , ticuiar artists lite and works. This " J
suited at one, for Waynesville and , , . , . WWK- . . tn 1947 hoth inclusive, in Henomlna-
was one oi me oest nrepared and ; ,,
. . . linn KliAD pnrn inlaroqt invanlp
fortunate in having oi'nc.pa. am.
taken from them.
terest at the rate of six per centum
per annum, dated 'May 1, 1925, art;)
L'ot in touch with Sheriff Cahe We
i i i . .i j presented tooics of the year, and the
made our wav hack to the scene, and ' ' "
behold when we reached the Kinc!i?i
farm our di tiuty -.heiiff, Mr. John I'.
Morrow, win the assistance of a
few citizens bud just about roun led
club feels most
had the oppoi t unity of having Mrs.
The hostesses of the afternoon we 'e
ii) the fang; with the exception of Ylrs- Kerevcs and Mrs. James
one whkh was junr ng for his life Atkins, who served sandwiches and
with several after him and by th
iced t.a. '
The next meeting will be May 18th.
p,o,e.,onaiinan i noes noi ,e,,i,- M r M James Iaik;
at her -nort -ighted to say h-n.'
uu' ','asl- Huff to our little village, near the
All tontracts for advertising in the a, . ,1,1,. .,i ,.i .. ,.;..
' Carolina Mountaineer will be strictly t(, j,url '1)urT Undav to vi s.V friends
Any agreement made in an, ...l .tiviw
the name of the Carolina Mountaineer ,- (; pi-aver of tlrs In.-
fulfilled. Any agreement ,v..,i .,vn ,,,. AheviM.. l.
. a,,, auM.i,,,,. iIi.i.miiwu i leaver iJ eniDloycil in Asheviil as a
of our.- will be staunchly upheld by n..ntei- with Mr nn v i,vn . .i-
tlie nianagenient. We are iere to Waynesville. and says the.- ;. tfA
srnr the public. We will not tolerate tjnif alone if.ne
k i I i i ii ir ic-liiimii: 'I' l. ; .. ii... i e i . .
can Hl-t v claim that .. - " ' 1 ' l"""
interest payable in New York.
Legal proceedings and preparation
of sale of the bonds under the super
vision of Bruce Graven. Esq.. of
Trinity, North Carolina.
Bidders must deposit with he
Treasuier bifore making their bids a
certified iheck drawn to the order of
the Treasurer upon an incorporated
bank or tiust company, or a sunttof
clcf money for or in an amount equal to
two per centum ot the tace amount
the Havwnod .Jrnl n tnlv 01 lne onas 01(1 ror- 10 'eU''6 tne
! Mav 4th, will start 'to Ukewoith, municiPa,ity aKainst n' loss resut'
' Fla., where he has accepted a posi- m f,rom the failure of the ly'Mer to
. Hon )tl, ik irr.u f .k,t ;. comply with the terms of his bid.
, Mr. Sentelles genial personality ?ai? bonds wi awarded to the
Jus, recently moved fro.n 1"'???? ? unless all bids are reiected.
viixii ui lnuncis nere, Dul all will
a-si-tance of Sheriff Cabe and Mr
John k'.rley the fellow was taen
in custody just us he was going to
jump in Pigeon River. They were
taken to the eollntv tail whore thtiv
weie allowed to take lodging .'or the the mocnanicaI department of
rest of the day so as to get recuper
ated un mi as to meet the Recorder's
What a pity lh
Dick Sentelle for two years
newspa- (.()Ut (in Tut.sday
ness or ,i,..
wish him success in his new location.
R. L. PREVOST, Clerk.
and progressive business men.
Waynesville lannot boast of a great
glowing whirlwind or hot air In
' nut its citizen
thi' (ommunr h.n- alway- had a
hteady natural -rowth. Very little
ho'iRting or es alile exaggerate!
yxi ruing or t r u n 1 1 :ng ha- evi.o i-ee
indulg. d in by t he .km I folks of this
city, iiut one can ea.- '. see that more
jia- actually -i n a mijiV.-lieil in
th - cit' ii ijan t , j
t'v.' harl i lfoit- noon ihe nart ,.f the
cit,enty in the way ot' niatci il
n1 '!i tiian all : I.
diavhard.-in ri. e.-'.
or C::y of tin -an..- -i:-e.
A C'it t h;il c ill I' . i l la
'Ailing '-s "w" VV.lter -llj'p!.,,. !':h
a iTieater Vv I a i ea than any it
. ti, .., i. f.ft'iii., hav .in; i- in
"'J. t. (. 'S- ec! . 1) e '.Il
t . i ,t ., ,. .,. liou-i . an an:s
If vou want the best in a Mat- If you want the best in a Mat"
t ress buv a Sealy Tuftless, sold tress b"V a Sea'y Tuftless, sold
n Waynesnlle only by the Blue in Waynesville only by the Blue
Ridsre Furniture Co. It Ridsre Furniture Co. it
Wood's Pedigree Boone County,
Woodburn White Dent and Wood a
Dixie Corn, the best varieties of
Pedigree Reid's Yellow Dent r.nd
Improved Golden Dent Corn lvst
Wood' Virginia Ensilage Corn oest
available ensilage corn.
All of our seed, corns are of High
Germination. Write for prices and
samples of varieties best suited to
your soil and climatic conditions.
FREE Crop Special
ft gives full information and current prices
on oja boanu. Wood's Pedigree Kanflu
crowd Alfalfa and other seasonable seeda.
T. W. WOOD & SONS
Seedsmen Since 187S
ss S. 14th St., Richmond, Va.
giiift-ing advei tiding scheme
' 'o t ' '' '"i mat tne wedding bells will be ring-
oui idea of a ical serviceable county i,)tr soon around this place, a.s there
new -paper. With mul ice towards none, are several youngsters that lock like
but goodwill to all. We will wan: they are deenly impressed with love
many nanus for out National Tub- and affection toward each other
licit y IMition for out mailing list.
And Mi. Howard Shannon, it is ex
j,e, ;cd w dl i e light hole to ansei
aii iiicstions and gne lull value far
all eoinp. n.-at Ion receivu.!.
We need to hear from our old
old friend M. H. S. as he is , good
prognosticatoi . If he would oj.si-rvi?
th signs of the moan und gi'. u as ,&
good write u" it would be pleasing
to the folk-, e-neiially -o '.he v-iung-
1 111) 'I OWN KI.KtTION.
'I'1 e nr marv ha- .nen called 'or
S.itui.iay, May ''nd. for the lleino
i : itic scleit.on ot a .Mayor and Ho r d
of AIJi'iiiii'ii, Th re -min to be very
I't : ! e. item. 'in and very I t :1 i i.
::c,i; in r irard to -ame.
THi: !'!!!( H ( ( I I KH.
.nl, : i.niiiiic in:,. '
lib ' i. 1 a::,li 'i.
" a. -. ii . Ln' iiir !'!, .. .k
:. -A ni lei ful -i enic g : a ' ::: I
;.l .', o i. ,:,.:, that -i i::..-'
:.. ' -.v H! -oi ai .;. and und.o t!:, "
t i , . - 1 .. ' . , 10 ... A 1 a
' Mr 'ai i.i a :r ,1 n,: .-I-. , oi: s
i '.i e.iilft do.'- not l:;.vc ;. I:u:r.i :
In cs.-ij'ire: ate lioa.-tfuliie-s what it
I.i', .ii vooiph.-hi d hecar.-e the v.-
I. n e of a won I rful steady nat.n.U
gi'Wth, in !u-l i' ially, socially and
ottiiru:-c i- ai'oiit us on every i.le.
II WWOOK lIOMi; III l.IMN; AND
Tne operiiru- of th. l'ith Se: i - of
the Haywood lloiiie Hi; Iduig anl
lian Asociat:on marks an even, in
the chante.s of this -pl.ndid iu.il
Waynesville ha a r'ut.itin that
extends out-side the state limits if
being a city of beautiful and attrac
live homes, many of which have been
made possible through this assici'i.
tion, which, throufli it acl.v'Ii's 'tis
done more to upbuild anl beautify
Waynesville than has any one im
Righ now the foundation may be
laid for that home of the fjtu:?. by
rtubscTibing to sharo in j this l'-th
Apart from their standards of home
building, the Haywood Home Build
itg .nd lxn Association will ex
plan iust why it is the safest in
etment and the easier-wty to save
money before the pubjie today, and
it furthermore la ao strongly rfinan red
that they have ready money1 to close
all loan promptly.
The officers and director! of thiit
enterprise are heart and .tool con-
-milifiir i iiniii.i
.- mar, win
1 - '. lion' - !ia i e :if .,;..,
1 1' v o;i st e to hull ! a hu-in. -:
I i n,-t e a huiiiai'. s
il.etting leak y oir needed profit.
J i i:-tii g luck will let y on I vi
d.ad or ,'S all
U Inn i." !,;' ''" ''ll 0,1 '
Their denal","k,1- us keener
To -ell r'gh; ri1 n,,t "f"r '"-
I'or no trade can '""-' loval
To a man who's a "'-rret'i
Can't deliver- who'- in n ''ving
(iu.ssie, the colon. 1 maid of Rib
and Mrsv .1. T. Manguni is dead. She
was taken suddenly ill on Friday and
pased away early Saturday morning.
While Gussie, who had been in the
omploynunt of tho Mangums for 14
years, .she lived in Waynesville only
about a year and a half, she was well
known. She was so fricndlv that iver
friendliness was irresistible. All the
children of the town who knew her
loved her. Since the congregation of
the Methodist church have moved into
their new church she has served as
the (lpr keeper for the Beginners'
Department and has rendered much
assistance in managing the little totj.
She truly belonged to that generation
of darkies so much loved by the people
of the South. The type that the pset
Harry Harmon so well describes ir.
his tribute to the old colored evv;toi :
"Soon Ihe last of this faithful race,
Will pass away to a lowlv grave,
But the South will hold a memory
Of the faithful .olden slave,''
who are expecting to take the
in the I. an, I of Ma'., niony and
'. WC(:l). NOH'l H CAROLINA.
'!-. lave .lavires who has been
i '. :!' i. sllghrjy improved
: i. .;'
i i . w. 1 ;,c a .-ale of .'IT lot- I
'' :.lt v I" Matr.se Met'racken on 'hi .
' eliwood Road Monday the fifth of
Mi,. We hope as many as possible;
will take advantage of this. "Own'
your own home" campaign out here.
With the settlement churches, school,;
stores, nostoflire and Suncrest I.uin
i b, r Company's work Oellwood i.s l.c
.(.::. Irig iuite a desirable place to
live. Ten minutes fiom Waynesville
on a paved road we enjoy the ui.t
and charm of the real country.
Mr. Seagraves has opened an ice,
cream, soda water and hot dog parlor
and i- doing a rushing business.
There will be a pie supper Satur
day night for the Methodi-st par.son-
age. A good attendance is expected
i to help a worthy cause and enjoy the1
Miss Bufoid Dunavant spent Tues
day ari'l Wednesday with Miss Mar-'
'garet Hyatt of Hazelwood. The little
girs acting as French waitresses at
the High School banquet Tuesday
i Dr. R. E. Ssmmes of Memphis vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Crews Moody, last
j Mr. Glenn Cagle and family have
returned to Dellwood and are occu
pying their cottaage.
Brown and Fred Ferguson and Jule
Boyd Campbell captured seven foxes
Monday and are holding them alive.
The fox hunters are afraid their sport
will be curtailed this summer.
' .. .. I
EDITOR VISITNG WAYNESVILLE. 1
Mr. C. Bush, formerly editor of the
Polk County News has been helping
The Carolina Mountaineer for a ftw'
days this week. Mr. Bush recently
gave up the Tryon paper and experts
to bj connected with a Western North
Carolina paper in the near future ;g
From The Mountains of North
Carolina to the Provinces
of the Orient
Included in the 'settings for the ! Oth State
- - Tour of - -
I he Carolina Haymakers
Plays that are
D r a m a A 1 i v e
w i t h Romance!
Plays that bring
a laugh to fhe
face, A thrill to
the Soul, And a
Tear to the Eye.
With Three New Folk Plays
THE SCUFFIETONS OUTLAWS. A gripping story of the
Lowry Indians with an added bit of true romanticism, By
Bill Cox. OLD TIMES, a rollicking comedy of old moun
tain customs as it appears to a Carolina, Student, by Ray
Hef fner. "THE THRIC PROMISED BRIDE" A Chinese
Folk-Play where true love fights fals love and wins
Chinese customs Chinese ways, and life. By Cheng-Chin
"A Play. For Every Mood" '
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Saturday, May 2nd, 8:30 P. M.