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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1923
Mr. John H. Allen of Canton was a Mrs. Ohaa. E. Quinlan left Thurs-1 Sutton
Waynesville visitor on Wednesday. day for Lynchburg, where she goes peeves
The Flit tings to tmd Fro of
Medford spent Tuesday
to visit her daughter, Mis j.-inct
Mr. Swain Elias of Canton spent Quinlan, who " a junior at Ran
Wednesday in town on legal business. dolph-Macon College. From Lynch-
burg Mrs. Quinlan will go to Pino-
Mr. C. F. Moody of Franklin has hurst to represent the Community
been in town several days this week. c.ub M the gtate Federation of
Women's Club, which convens on
M.milay, May 4th.
Uncle Andy Davis has returned
after spending the winter months in
Aiken, S C.
Mr J. M. Long was
visitor on Wednesday.
Mrs. Lowiy Lee was an
visitor on Saturday.
If vou want the best in a Mat-
Mr. i. G. smathers, deputy sheriff tress buy a Sealy Tuftless, sold
of Canton was a Wavnesville visitor in Waynesville only by the Blue
Ridge Furniture Co.
Be it ordained by the Board of Al
dermen of the Town of Hazelwooi,
North Carolina: f
Section 1. That the negotiable
coupon bonds of the Town jf Hazel
wood, North Carolina, Ho issued in
the maximum mirwipal amount of
$10,000 to be known as Water Bonds
for the purpose of extending the
water svstem in and for the said
Betty Ann, are the guests of Mr. and
Murray Ferguson of Dejlwood; was M8 Tom ,ravis
in town Friday. . , ! , , .
Mrs. K. E. Montgomery spent the
week-end in Charlotte,
Mr. Rufus Siler spe Tiveaijiiy in
Asheville on business. i .
Dr. J. Howell Way attended
State Medical meeting held
hurst this week.
On Tuesday, Mayor J. H. Howell and
Aldermen F. W. Miller and Sam H.
mm d ;,,.:
Porter Freeman of Farrriew1 was
in town several aaya jpejyi.
.1 "ii j oiiU
Dr. and. Mrs. O. T. AtawMfcr wer
Asheville visitors-On T4l8dy W
, miti Lt " 1
Mr. Ed Cogburn an 3ag3 0f
Canton spent Tuesday id! town; : '
-Mr. Ralph MorgMHlfMBMiill!. '
spent Tuesday in tflwiwoOBfllesii '
Mrs. W. T. Crawfortf Mufe Mr:'
Dicus were Clyde visitors during ttyfe
Mrs. Jack Davidson and daughter, CONTRACT MADE TO EXTEND t,;wn
HARD SURFACED ROAD. section j.. i nai a rax sumoem w
i pay the principal of the said bonds
and the interest thereon, shall be an
nually levied and collected.
in Pino- Jones went to Asneviue ana ciosea me i - '- " -"-
contract with the State Highway , Indebtedness of the said municipality
i ... - Commission to extend Main street " 'en " wlt" v lrrK v""-
I Messrs. Jesse D. Boone and Wm. houtn to the city line from in front of ant to the Municipal Finance Act
A. Band were in Spartanburg, S. C, Oak Park and on by the Hazelwood and ls Pen to public inspection.
i road and Long's store to the bridge Section 4. That this Ordinance shall
over Allen's Creek itake effect thirty days after its first
the Methodist, ork will begin at once, it is un- publication, unless in the meantime
Henry baddy '(ergto0j an(i comnletion is expected' a petition for its submission to the
I by early summer.
on last Sunday.
Circde No. 3 of
church ir.it with. Mrs.
on Thttrtttay afterndori;
Miss Sarah Hill Hannah leaves this1
week for Rutherfordton, where she
goes to report the court. '
Messrs. Scott and Max Schulhof or,
who are in business in Aiken, .S. C.
have arrived for the summer. j
sKend tW5jbt:iy '
(tr J&f 'tit
yde were in
voters is filed under the Municipal
Finance Act, and that in such event,
For Sale A new five room bunga- it shall take effect when approved by
low with all modern conveniences, the voters of the Municipality at an
very desirable location. For ifTformj. election as provided in said Act.
tion call telephone 57. 18-2pd The foreg0;n(t Ordinance was pass-
U)"3k7Vo SUCCESSFUL SEASiTn 'ed n the fi 2;th APr"' l'
and was first published on the 30th
Mrs. .1 T OulsTnberrv returned day of April, 1925. Any action or
horns again this week, and has open- proceeding questioning the validity
"Tiia H,,n,it00H,. hMiit'.fnl of said Ordinance must te commenced
home on 7(5 North Main street. with'n Ihirty days afte
Mrs. Ouissenberrv acbed as ..'- lication.
of the Y. W. C. A. in Ashe-
the oast eiirht or ten weeks
Mrs. R. L. Allen. State Chairman of a11 s's Poi"t t( a K'-eater influx of
uoUK tKo pratH r.l,,K lnv. tourists this season than ever known On r r day evening
attend the "elore. sne is quite positive tnjt .nircncu emerrameu wun a oeauu
l"The Sky Country" will be f'lil to fully appointed dinner in conrplimei.t
Mr, Joe Davis, who has charge of
Mr. Hitchcock's horses, has returned
from Aiken for the summer months.
:Mr .1. Rowdptn Smathers of the
, V V T C " . vills for
speni weunesuay in iowii un ouniuroo.
its fii-st pub-
R. L. PREVOST. Clerk.
and Emit Rogers of
.! .. A. ' Sunday for Pinehurst
r -,. it ni.ininn mtnoA ft Ant Atato Convention.
iur. xj- wuimau jiwwu - i . , . . .
. m, overflowing with visitors this summer, to her sisttr.
Sunday from a businesB'-tPip to -Nerw , , . , , , ? i , . 1.1
, ,i Miss Tibbe .Hardin, who is attend- and has already opened "The Home- The table was
.... . . g school in Asheville, spent the stead" to the traveling public. ; decorations of litacs and irlis, the
week-end with her parents, Mr ml - color motit ot lavenuar ueing car
Mrs. Hugh A. Love
lovelv in its lavendar
Mr .Tar W Wav and Mr. Robert Nb-
land attended the ball gknt to Ashe-, Mrs- W' L' Hardin-
ville on Monday.
in detail. Six courses w.-e
Mrs. D. M. Killian is tile guest this
week of her son and daughter, Mr,
and 'Mrs. Mark Killian in Asheville.
f ' .' . '
Mr. Wallace BlaclcweU and Dr. jj.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hartshorn of Hon. M. L. Shipman of Raleign vis- Th t,njovjnit Mrs. Mitcie'l's
. Canton announce the birth of a daugh- ited Waynesville Wednesday and Lr.aci()US hostvitrtlitv were: Mrs.
ter, Virginia Kaylor, April 26. Mrs. spent a tew hours snaking naims wild slje Ton Ml.s Fred B Ml..( f ,
Hartshorn was Miss Kye McFadyen. :his many friends. 1 1 strinirtield. Mrs Hugh Iove and
I Wh'l in the Mountaineer oll.ee Mr. Misses ,Ann(? Jone F,orjda Kenti
Mr T. J. Cathey, chief gaame wai- Shipman. waxed enthusiastic over the . . . ve XUtrhM Ann ,Iohs,n
den of Havwood county, was in town nresenit administration and his ad- .. ,r i1.....'
R. McCracken were Ash0yine .visitors during the week He has recently mixtion of Gpvemor McLean was
on Saturday. t Appointed twelve assistant deputy 1 e apparent. He declares that CIVIC LEAGUE.
waruens. . economy is stiongiy entrsncned o;, i v. . t. ,.,. ,uu fu Hi.liirht.
the aummistration ana tnai imj .nves- f , hnBtpss t tho League at
Mr. and Mrs. W R. Harbeck and
W. R. Harbeck, Jr. spent Monday in and M,. c B Osborne and
Asheville, . ... - jtwo small cchildren of West Ashe-
tigation ot the salaries oi puotiJ em- her home Friday afternoon, April 17th.
nlovp w'll mean much in the waV .. , , :
- 'v,iHe visited Waynesville Wednesday, .7 ."..i:. ..j :,:.. ..M.jakiJ. tne meering was ojneu u ..K
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Reed motored . w. , , rfT..m.ff .Wlid'4artt.Wf,. iK the Federation Sbng and repeat-
Robt Mitchell and Miss Florida Kent
and Mr. Clyde Ray, 'Jr.
George Ward spent several
in Asheville during the wee..
''the performance at the Auditorium of.
Abie's Irish Rose. ' ' 4ir.
. - aays
Mrs. J. w. ueea emena.neo nuo.n- appeared for Mr Will Turner
ally at luncheon on Friday in com-1 Murt The' jury bouht
pliment to (Mrs. Hugh A. Love of q nQt KujUy
Raleigh, who is visiting relatives. i
" ' " I Circle No. 2 of the Methodist church
Among those attending the theatte -b a), day qujUjng o) Wedn:!S.
in Asheville on aaturaay were: ..s. , , M R Q M
Cracken. Aside from the members
! several guests were present.
ing the Collect for Club Women,
i A letter was read from J. S. Holmes
Mr. Jim Stringfield and h'is bro'he'-.
in-law, Mr. Fred Berry of Palm Beach,
Fla.. arrived Tuesday. Mr. String
field spent the winter in Florida.
Mrs. Rufus Siltr, president of the
Community Club and Mrsi J. M
Long, vice president, leave Monday
for Pinehurst to attend the conven
tion of the State Federation of Clubs.
whi) here, made arraigements
to contr'lute something eicn wepk
tor tne i auers ot tne wiroima .uonn- gtate Forestcr askint thal the ,eagl:e
taineer. He also pra.sed us upon the crate in carryin(t cut the plans
paper wc are publishing, declaring for Amerjcan Fol.e?, Wl,eki April
tthat The arolina Mountaineer .-:.ks 2gth tQ M(jv
among the verv best weekly in the " '
staU v I It was voted to modify the next
i 'general program and give some time
For Sale- 1 Mover Top Buggy, ff. to that program.
dition good. 1 I! H. P. Hercules kerb, Chairman of committee ffor C'l" Wi
sene eneine with frame and saw to clit UP Wot'k reported that the Boy
v roinnhle Annlv Scouts had offered their services and
to S. R. Lesher at Miss Jessie Herreti's that all alleys would be cleaned by
Waynesville or P. O. Sunburst. Upd them. ( . ,.
The Banner coinmitt n ported
Mrs. J. W. Reed and Mrs. T. Lenoir
Gwyn were guests on Th4friayja; .a M,. j3fe D Boone spent son10
luncheon in Canton, givish tt Mrs, ,Ue time this week vUiting in Ashe
C. V. Hampton. ville. In fact Mr. Boone has been
attending the baseball games, and
DR. LEFLAR, CHIROP.UTOR.
WAYNESVILLE, N. C. ltc
REVIVAL, SERVICES AT THE U A P -TIST
Mr. Judson Whittaker of Alexan
der's Druj Store is now taking is
vacation. He is
:i, ..i : ..1 nAnn.. nM.. Inn
spending the time " s
Miss;s Mary and Margaret Riy,
students at St. Geneveve's, Asheville,
spent the week-end with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ray.
ing houses had witnessed
Revival services are being conduct
ed at the Baptist church by Rev. Al
fred J. Smith and Rev. C. T. Tnv. the
nastor. Dr. Smith is a native of Kan-
that record break. 333 ty. but for the past ihre, yoats
nas Deen pastor oi irie ruin1';!
tist church. He is an el.'i:ui'.n and
inspiring speaker and is attractin,!
large-congregations at each service.
ances of the North Carolina Playmak
ers, have been received from the fol
lowing towns: Charlotte, Winston-
Salem, Lincolnton and Gastonia. Don't . nWHFF WINS FORM DILLS
Circle, No 1 of the Methodist miss the opportunity to see these fa- B()K()
..,k mDf with Mr, .Tames Atkins. mous players right here at home. !
Jr. on Tuesday afternoon at her honje
' . Cullowhee, N. C. April 25.- The
The regular weekly luncheon of tne Cullowhee Yod!eis won from Di'U
Rotarians was held on Friday at the , interesting ranif
Mrs Leslie Tom and small son bf Gien Tree Tea Room. Interesting of Jh; easm Johnson st,u.k out tlle
Newport News Va., are the guests reports were given of the District Dillsfc(l,0 n!ayels aimost ;lt win.
1 ' . . . M&t; haA in iPAlllim.hin S. IT.. IW the . - . .... . .
nf H, former's sisters. Mrs. i. 'U. " - Pts i0U1. Dasc nius , MJitn
that the East Waynesville school
won the banner for last month. The
Irajiue vol id to continue the banne)
next year and the school winning, the.
most months would have the banner
to keep at the end of the term.
Finance committee reported $-,7,1,1
made from the Easter sale.
On motion made the league vot.d
to make a donation to the prize furtfl
bcinir raised for the Township Com
mencement. , ..,
.Mrs. Montgomery gave the paper,
"Under the Old Flag Again," which
proved very interesting.
Mrs. J. I). Boone and Mrs. E. (K.
McGee were pleasant visitors of the
i The next meeting will be with Mrs.
R. L. Allen May 1st.
CRISPT NEW WASHABLE
At Wonderfully Attractive Prices
Fifty Dresses, Can be worn for house
or street wear, cheaper than you can
Sizes 36 to 44
Extra Sizes, 46 to 52 at $1.49
Everything to Weat for Women and Children
Not a Slogan
but a Company
Pillsbury Best Flour, 71c
24 lbs. $1.39
lona Pink Salmon, can 13c
Best Pure Lard, 20c
Lemons, Dozen 25c
Octagon Soap, Large Size 4 cakes for 25c
Carnation Milk, tall can 11c
A&P Milk tall can 10c
Sugar, lb. 7c
THEA NECTAR TEAS
Orange, Peko lndia Ceylon-Mixed
2 oz. pkg. 10c, 4 oz. pkg. 19c, 8 oz. pke. 37c
Corner East and Main Street
Stringneld and Miss Carol Alstt- ir who wen, aendanC,
Do.r I T M.nirlltn EIniftst Hvatt S. ..
H. Kushnell. McuracKen ana sienia.
. Mr. Henry Berry, of Jacksonville-,
..... .. nw Wintt jm I ,im . . . p. .. . j -
w who has n soending several days l
pany, spent several days fn towfl the w a,l Garrett 2
Mrs. Virginia McFayden Bjorkman
her husband, Mr. Edwin Bjorkman, enla"a J
returned Friday to her home in New ,
returned Ydrk. Mrs. Bjorkman's book "Win- "-, f
home after a visit to her sister, .Mrs.; rfflrws Looking West,' now in its
George A. Nile, in Griffin, Ga., On' fterourth edition- She has recently writ- n
... . . , . i l. .... nA1n-l Vi t will ahrtrrlvl
returned she stopped off m At'"1" or u ". v.... ... ,
Grand Opera Week. ' pawianea.
past week with his aunta,..Mra, J. L,
Stringfield and and Miss Alstaetter
Miss Georgia Miller has
North Carolina, Haywood Coounty-"
In the Superior Court.
Charles E. Hughss, trading
and doing business as
Dil'sbor) 6 Charles E. Hughes & Co.
Allen and Carolina Creamery
Cannon! vs. N0T1OE,
.Ihones'J. A. Connelly and C. W.
Russell iConnelly, trading and
I'hillips doing business as Connelly
Reeve;- 1 Ice Cream Parlor
Messe.-, C. Sti The defendants above named will
Messer, L. Jtake notice that an action entitled as
I THE S. C. I. NINE DEFEATED BY
There will be a regililr meeting P -Among those attending the Pres-,
S. inursoay, may iw, - - " ' , . M L.ame. Robinson was tne sUr of the
There will be degree wor ai,, .lavuif: "w-- " " "
meeting and all members are urged. Kfllian, Faucette Swift
til be Dresent. , (' , iQunilan, Richeson, and Glenn Miller
w . . ' . ' -' of Hazelwood.
avr. t r .o;,- r.vuvn returned Sun-,
'. . d.i-jj, rfirtJi Agents Wanted Full or paart time Cullowhee 10
sy irom a vrw w ..r JT . r..4. n n niKK. i
, i na4, tf-jiuitfti Tor counties ui neBicm n. v. w , u'"
J f lh. trllPBtM wag UT. auiuiuai". . -.-
Lj,;,a, vh Hiwetor oftAe Blartara and trucks. Saves gas and oil.
tkers who snoke. most enthiasticly , write at once rvr . F",.....
' . " ffc Plov. Carolina Distributini? Company, Box
rint coming appeal oiicc vj - j - - - ,
.3. .t in. M.d.u. ifio. urevara. w. v.
game, . striking out eignteen men.'
Cullowhee gets eleven hits compared
with ix of their opponents. Hall anj
Gibbs each hit a home run..
IS. C. I. i
ltc Hughes 1
above has been eammenced in the
Superior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, to have appointed '
receiver of the goods, chattels and,
merchandise of the above defendant
belonging to them and located In the
said State of North Carolina; and
the said defendants will further take
notice that they are required to ap
pear and answer or demur to the pe
tition , filed by the said plaintiffs i
the 26th day of May, 1925, at the
court house of said county in Waynai
ville, N. C, or the plaintiffs will ap.
ply to the court for the relief de
manded in said petition.
This, the 25th day of April, 1925.
C. A. HAYNES,
18-4t Clerk of Superior Court.
Ijeef is the standard meat of the
world. It contains vital elements,
food essentials that are necessary
to keep the body functioning prop
erly. Our Beef is properly aged and
in prime condition when we sell it
The City Market
Phone 149 Church St.
fteveral Important Articles were left out for lack
Of space. They will be published next week in
fjip Especially a Complete Report of the Commencement.