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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THl'RSDA Y, Al'KJL 30, 1925
Hot Point and Rid-Jid Board
Away With the Old
On With the New.
was a saying more
true or more sen
sible tkan when
applied to ironing.
The old way is
while with an
Electric Iron it almost asshmea the poSinion of pleasure. Let
us demonstrate the satisfaction of a Hot Point Electric Iron
'Rid-Jid' Ironing Board
Open End, Folding Ironing Table
Can not witfgle. wabble, jiggle or slide. Combination offer;
HOT POINT IRON and
RID-JIT IRONING BOARD for
Martin Electric Co.
Quality Electric Shop, Waynesville
What You Want-When You Want It.
(Buy your Electrical Supplies from an Authorized Electrical Dealer)
Visit Our Dairy Farm!
We have just received
16 high grade Jersey cows
from Georgia, all duly
certified as absolutely free
from tubercular infection.
We are now prepared
to fill promptly all orders
for butter, whipped cream
and fresh butter milk.
Your patronage will be
Wlioii you buy Gas from us you are
coi taiu that you will got accurate meas
ure. Our pumps are of the most accu
rate make and we doubly safeguard vou
by having them tested regularly. Further
more we guarantee the test of our Gas.
When you pay for High Test from us you
get High Test. Drive in and test our
"Give Us a Visit."
EAST END SERVICE STATION
J. C. NORRIS, Prop.
Waynesville, N. C.
GIFT TO THOMAS A. EDISON. THE KEY
Jut- n iut inn
1 ko.. vnnt h e f.Muml 1 fr V- Uin llilil'l LA - "
PnrH has srnt to his friend The community'
its naiamounnt moiai uuiy. re
poses, can organise ite own means and
resources, and can shape itself with
rtcnnitcne.'s and economy.
H. of Johansson pages manufactuied law and punishment society ran l c gu- j tert,ste.i in education to insist upon
i in the United Slates, i ne sei fin- ute and form itseii in u riapnii j .the school as me primary ana "--"
sift of eighty-one blocks and :Vse and rhanc.P way. Through education
jdflivato little pieces of steel are ac- sock.(y con formulate its own pur
curate within four millionth of an ,
inch. They are contained in a newly '
. i ori lohn
powers is me aupm"'c
effective interest of social progress.
The art of giving shape to human
developed bakelite case.
Kor many years Johansson gages
have been accepted as standard for
measurements throughout the world,
'and until recently they wre manu
factured exclusively in Sweden, the
native land (if the inventor, Carl K.
In order t" take caie of the United
, States ne-e 1 'he Johansson company
acquired a plant at I'oughkeepsie, N.
Y., but lefore manufacture of block;
began the Fold Motor Company in
, li2.'t purchased the plant together
with the American manufacturing
rights. M Johansson joined the
Ford organization's a member of
the engineering swiff to further de
velop his pricision, instmmentsv
And so it was in the new labora
tories of the Kord Motor Company at
Dearborn that he recently completed
the set Mr. Kord has just presented
jVOI N(;7;iRL K1IXEI) BY Al TO
I MOHII.K SUNDAY.
1 Passing at a rapid rate through a
crowd of neopl.' that lined both sides
of the higliwav at Itothel last Sunday
morning while a funeral service was
in progress at the Methodist church,
an autimioliile driven by Ccoigc How.
ell, of Ravensfoi d. struck a Miss
Stanley, daughter of Mi. Has Stanley,
.if near Canton, knocking her down
and inflictin" injuries from which she
Idici shortly afterwards. Some of
those who witnessed the unfortunate
occurrence say that the car was going
, at the rat.- of about thirty miles an
'hour when the accident happened.
' As stated, a funeral was in progress
I at the Methodist church near the high
school building and the congregation
was filing out of the church when the
car driven by Geo. Howell came in
sight. Automobiles were parked on
both sides of the road in front of the
church and Miss Stamey with her
friends started over the road to their
car when as she was passing out from
behind one of the parked cars she was
struck by the passing car and knocked
violently to the ground with the re
sult as stated.
'Th? injurel young woman was tak.
'en to the hospital in WaynesVille, but
died shortly after getting there.' Goo.
Howell was arrested, brought to Waj
nesville, and lodged in jail. Later
;th? body of the young girl was car
, I ieil to Canton for burial.
THE CAKOLINA Pl.AY.M AKERS.
"Hunter tftagg. writing in the Rich
Imond Times-Dispatch, pays tribute to
,the I'laymakeis as follow?:
i "Like the Italian I'agliacel, players
jwho tour the country In a cart, the
(('aixilina I'lay makers have been trav
eling throughout the south, from At
lanta to Miami. But with a difference
: the carry their scenery in a Kord
'and travel thcmeclves in a big white
passenger bus, equipped with a smok
ier and a compartment for hand lug
gage, and decorated with I'laymak'.'i
I masks and banners. The actors, all'
.students of the University of No'th'
'Carolina, have written, mounted audi
produced t h c i i nlavs under the direc-
tion of I'rof. Frederick 11. Koch, whose
work may well be compare. I with
I refessor Hakei's at Haiwird. Many
of the nlays deal with the mountain
folk, legendary themes, and the 1 i !-". r ,
so that thr v offer a rich treasury of!
. indigenous literature. The best of j
them have been collected anil publish-;
'd !iv lleni.v Holt and company, in;
two s.'paia'.e volumes, the second hav-j
iti come out in the fall, an I little1
ttlx atrs all o' er th.' country are pro-1
ducing these one-act dramas. j
I "Only the oast week the Christian
Science Monitor devoted the better.
part of a page in exploitation to the
excellencies of this North Carolina
organization, giving it rating among
the hifhest standards in the theat
"It is high time Carolina added
these youthfful artists to the list of
Tar Heel accomplishments in the
world of affairs."
Peihaps we may well take a les
son from the Finns, who assert that
the achievements of their great run
Nuntii. in the United States is
Iworth thousands in advertising to the
homeland Certainly, the Playmekers
should be a source of oride to the
people of North Carolina. Wilmin,?
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A Box of Goodness
What a delightful moment awaits you-if you haven't tasted of
luscious Nunnally or Whitman Candies. Prepared of purest mat
erials, each lump of candy brings health and wholesomeness in its
Order your supply today for your home-then dome in and partake
of a delicious sundae or soda; and try our Icef-Cream.
77 fot Stof
Phone 53 and 54
Waynesville, IN. C
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It is thl rifeatfef assortment of fine Suit4SSeiliSiie ever
' had. Patterns are npw, colors are attractive and the
tailoring is unexcelled even by the higheUu custom
made garments. We are glad to guarantee y oufc absolute
' satisfaction with the Suit you buy-your mctney back
' if you say so. Jfa ?
Clothcraft, $25.00 tp
Hart, Schafncr and Mark, $35.0(Wo $45.00
McCracken Clothing Go.
Waunesville, Ncrlh Carotina .':-:.v tows'.