The Carolina mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood County, N.C.) 1925-1925, April 30, 1925, Image 7
THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1&S '"IK ItCII ANNOUNCEMENTS. Methudint tourcn. Rev. J. T. Mangum, Pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:46. I'reachuig every Sunday at It a. n. Waynesville unsurpassed natural Waynesville unsurpassed natural resourced for the location of manu facturing industries. resources for the location of manu facturing industries. iL&S us uil ywsir and evening 7:30. Everoody cordially invited. THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER 66 The De Luxe Sedan . o. b. Lansing pint tax Lubrication of the Ford calls for a free-flowing oil' that reaches all bearing surfaces. We have an oil that fits the Ford car exactly. "Standard" Polarine Motor Oil for Fords is refined for Ford cars and none other. It is made with the same care that has placed other con sistencies of "Standard" Polarine Motor Oils in the front rank of motor oils. We have been using it experimentally on private cars and on our own fleets of Ford cars, until we are sure it is better than other oils for Fords. You will notice the difference immediately when you change to the new oil, for it does a thorough job of lubricating every Fcfd4t gets a chance at. 'nf'ZA INI I1I yplarine MOTOR OIL STANDARD OIL COMPANY fNetv Jersey) DUCKWORTH MOTORCO. I ITj n OLDSOBILE t ffiaiwB yam JfIwiiJm Pvprvnnp insfnnrlv notes its remarkable beauty but only those who've taken its wheel know the superlative new per formance of this economical and long-lived Six ! Indeed, the re cent improvements made by Oldsmobile and General Motors Eroduce a brand of performance ttle short of amazing. Instant response from accelerator and brakes abundant power wonderful resiliency over rough roads parked in a jiffy a com plete confidence that your car is equal to any occasion. But come in and drive it that's the test! NOLAND MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE Or OIN 1 KM MOTOH Presbyterian Church. S. It. Crockett, Pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7:30 p. m. Services at Baptist Church. Rev. C. T. Tew, Pustor. 0 l.r Sunday School. ll:iM( Worship and Sermon G:30 P. M. B. Y. P. U. 7:.'I0 P. M. Preaching. Von arc cordially invited to wort-hip with us in all these services. Wednesday. T:o0 P. M. Prayer Meeting. The Royal Ambassasodrs will meet the first and third Wednesday of ench mon-'n at :i0 p. m. Methodist Church, Clyde-Lake Juna- luska Charge. Rev. Frank Siler, Pastor. Lake Junaluska, Preaching every 2nd and 4th Suncays at 11 a. m.; 1st and 3rd Sundays at 7:30 p. m. Epworth League meeting every Sunday evening. At Clyde, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 a. m.; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 3:00 p. m. Sunday school al 10 a. m. at both places. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p, m. at Long's Chapel. We will welcome you to any or all of these (services. Hazelwood Presbyterian Church B. Frank Yandell, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning except 2nd Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday School, L. M. Richeson Superintendent, 9:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Evening services 7 p. m. The public is cordially Invited. Allen" Creek Baptist Church. Allen Creek Baptist Church, Every Sunday. DIVERSIFIED ADS For Sale Frost proof cabbage. only 25cts per hundred. O. S. Barnes, Phone No. 101-W., Waynesville. N. C. Special prices on Irish potatoes, 90 cents per bushel. Miller Bros. tf Warranty Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Leases and Chattel Mortgages for sale You don't have to go to A-sheville to buy a good piano on easy terms now since the Massie Furniture Store has put in a good line of piuno and player pianos at reasonable prices Cot. mir nrices and terms before vou buy. wwslh JiSv. ill WILL DON" BE PUTTING QN A NEW OQA.T of PAINT Let's keep up with the procession. Besides, it's cheaper to paint than not to paint. We sell reliable brands of painting and varnishing materials. SL0AN-PL0TT HARDWARE CO. Main Street Waynesville, N. C. Announcement. 'After due consideration and by so licitation "f a number of tho citizens of Waynesville, I wish to announce! myself a candidate for Mayor at '.he comiii!; election. If it is the wishes! ol t"e citizens eieci me, i win itvl the office the very best unbiased at tention that lies in my ability. Respectfully. I L. COUNCIL!.. When you furnish your home, dc.n't buy something you will want to get rid of in a year or so, but buy good furniture, which is the cheapest in the end. That's the kind the Ma-ssie Furniture Conipanl sells,. :iml you don't have to pay all at once, our terms .make it easy to buy. The Keller House now open. Ex cellent table board and room rates,; $18.00 and $25.00 per week. V. W.j Wells, Manager, Waynesville, 13-4p' rn "WEATHERBIRD" School and Dress Shoes DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY CALLED. A piimary election for Democratic voters in tne town ihciikhim, N. C. to select candidates for Mayor and three Aldermen is hereby called for Saturday, May 2nd, 1925, at the! court house at 2 p. m. to continue until sun set. R. G. A. Love and Sam K. Miller are appointed judges for the primary. Saturday, April 25th, at the same hours will be challenge day. The reg ular election day be on Tuesday, May 5th. C. B. ATKINSON, Chairman, JAS. ATKINS, Jr. 14-3t Secretary. I LI II 1 1 jr. irxrx Wf IS ! I L LL Scientifically proportioned to prop erly develop growing feet. Built over health lasts to preserve the natural shape of the feet. Made of solid leather, strongly put together, to give excellent service. Flexible soles and wide toe shapes for health and solid comfort. Easy to repair and thus increase their wear. Just the shoes for your happy, healthy boys and girls. The "Diamond" trade mark on the sole warrants the quality. New Numbers In Shoes Just Arrived. A Good Selection in White Shoes. French Kid in High and Low Heels. Canvas in Low Heels and Oxfords. Salt Mackerel, canned Salmon, Tuna Fish, Oysters, Fish -Roe and Fish Flakes. E. P. Martin. ltc Wanted to buy a good milk cow. Mrs. Crews Moody, Dellwood ltpd For sale one team of horses and harness complete. Apply to. J. W. Mull, Waynesville, Sbc C. E. Ray & Sons CHURCH STREET WAYNESVILLE, N. C.