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MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOND ELECTION THIS SATURDAY, JULY THE ELEVENTH. VOTE YES!
Volume XXXXVII. Number 26
WAYNESVILLE, HAYWOOD OOUN' Y, NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1923
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2.50 if not so Paid
Its Size and Excellent. One of the
Distinctions of Tht Prosperous
Clyde has a population less than .S00,
but enjoys two outstjmd'ng and un
disputed distinctions. They are dis
tinctions which would oe highly piizcd
by many a town whoso population
numbers far up into the thousands.
The first and the old-ir of these dis
tinctions exists in the fact that for
manny years more livesto-k has been
shipped from that railroad staition
than from another station in North
The Becond distinction which is of
ery ie"ent origin, is found in the one
anil lily pharmacy 'o-.tirj in Clyde
Thi pharmacy is idmitf's.l'v" largcv,
finer. better equipped and better
nn.,l..l tt.n r.r -.ilin. ctnm ff it
."' o,t ti..
class in anv town in tnr State the
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size of Clvde. Indeed, fe.v t ivn na-.
ing four or five times 'he pipuh
tion can boast a pharmacy to com
iL a. i- i
pare with it. Traveling salesmen who
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stop in Clyde are authority for this
stop in Clyd
This store is known as the Clyde
Pharmacy, and the founder is Pr. S. I
B. Medford. The brick building, 25
by 80 feet, with full plate glass front,
1. Miifi tha ntinrlYiBCu is 'hmispH is
centrally located. The fixtures are' all
fth.f ,.!. The ovtensive onuin. I
ment of glass show cases in which are
displayed to good effect the various
,. , , . t tu
lines of select goods, is one of the
notable features of thi store. The )",r appva'. w'len lne vou"K
shelving all has glass doors so that!come W have several well
the- tastefully arranged contents are equipped hospitals in Asheville, and
always in full view. From a first U e!ed' a"d wneimlly
class soda fountain installed a little are fuT1" But rt 18 a lon for
more than a vear ayo, are served the PePle in thi county to to et the
popular refreshments of the season. benefit of treatment in a good hos
Toilet articles and stationery are P,tal- The one hundred thousand
f th WHin line, in thN store. 1 do,71ars aske for buil equip
The assortments are of a class to
satisfy the various testes of the com-
munitv. At the tobacco counter are
found" all the popular brands of both
chewing and smoking tobacco and
ripars and cigarettes I
And now we come to the drug depart-
ment. Here are found the line of, maTry "unerers among us.
drugs and curatives preparations in One other thing I want to men
demand for the preservation of the tion- It the need of having a fire
hea'th of residents in rhe lor.mvjnity. proof building. AH the time that I
It is Dr. Medford himself who fills' was in the hospital, I thought of the
the prescriptions and .lisper.ses the danger of fire. The building was old,
drugs and remedies must be warmed by coal stoves
Dr. Medford is i.o. a graduate I keep up fires and comfortable warmth
pharmacist, but well educated phy- n each room. It was impossible to
sician and surgeon with m-iny y?ars in every room during cold weather,
experience back of him. Ii is only And should a fire get started very
under a special provision of the law likely many would perish in the
of this state that h? is permitted to flames. I had a plan of escupe made
practice as a pharmaci .t. Undet this'i'P in my mind, but when I tried to
provision in towns hav mr a popu'a-1 get up and move about I found that
tion of 500 or under in whicn there is 1 could not have gotten out of the
no pratieing pharmacist, physicians window to the fire escape if my life
may be licensed from year '.o year had depended on it. Yes, a good
c act as pharmacies. F-ir a ling brick or stone building with tile or
jeriod of years Dr. M; lfo l - i c; n. e cement floors os a necessity if the very
as been renewed amiMMV. Nca'ly!best is to be done for those-who suf
thirty successive years has lit seivfdifer. Let every one vote for bonds
that community in his two profes
sional lines. What a .''asc;r.ating stiry
a well writfen history of his life work
would he. Indeed, so would that be
of any of the old time country doc
tors. And only loo .vj'.l is i". becom
ing recognized that they will have but
few if any successors
Space and time permit only the
briefest sort of sketch here of Dr.
Medford's .career. He was horn and
raised on the well known "Medfoni
Farm" in 1863. His father was W.
When a boy Dr. Medford attended
the neighborhood school and the school
at Clyde. Then he taught country
school four years and farmed two
years. But an ambition for other
activities and other lines of useful-1
ness stirred in him. And so he made j urday and formed a s-.ock-raiers' as
his way to Nashville, Tenn., whore he socation, with the following officers:
became a student in th medical de-
partment of Vanderbilt Univeraity and aecreary-treasurer and a:i executive
completed the establishe.l three years ,committse composed of the above
couie of studiea, crac'uutin ea-iy, named officers and F M. Moody, of
in, 1896. Before the end of tn year, Mountain. Alex Moore of Macon
he had passed the stale examination , County, and R. C. Hall, of Qualla..
and was admitted to practice medicine
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in North Carolina. Also before the j
end of that year he settled down in (
Clyde where he has pursued his chosen
calling without intermission, faithfully
and successfully, ever slttce
When he beyan the pracfi. j of med
icine, there was ho drug store in
Clyde. As a matter of necessity, as
well as convenience, De Medford laid
in a atock of drug which was added
to from time to time and the demand
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THE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
Editor Carolina Mountaineer:
I want to say a word about the
new proposed hospital for Haywood
County. Don't know that I would
have shown much interest in it had 1
not spent five weeks in the one now
operated in Waynesville, the first of
the year. I had a leg broken Mn the
sixth day of last January, in an au
to collision. Up to that time I had
heard only of the hospital; but while
there I found that it was one of the
very important institutionas in the
county. Every room and bed was
full almost all the time I was there.
People were brought there all times
of day and night. The doctors op-
I erated on sick people two or three
' almost every day. Many poor peo-
P'e were brought there and treated
who could not pay at once, and were
given the time needed to pay. No
one was turned away on account of
a. l : iL. i. i
mn naving uie nionev to pay. i
b , .
found that many sick and hurt peo-
pic could not be treated successfully at
home, but must be under the care of
experienced nurses in order to save
Those who have never been sick
much, nor needed help when suffer-
in with b,oken bones- know the
absolute need of a good hospital. But
those who have been there and thoBe
who have had loved ones there can
appreciate its value, and will show
"P-e "!' will not W a
mucn as " neelel. d
X1 de towar Providing what
have in this cunty. This
"mount divided among the taxpayers
over lon time wi" hr"y Mt-
an" ?et wi d worIJ for
and carry it wiith a great majority.
E. K. WHIDDEiN,
Pastor Jonathan Station, M. E.
E. Church, South, July 7, 1925.
P. S. I want to say that we have
some as good doctors in this county
as you will find anywhere. They are
not only up-to-date, but they are
kind and Christian in their treatment
of the poor and suffering. I don't
know if all of them profess to be
Christians, but they do show a beau,
tiful spirit of helpfulness to sufferers.
E. K. W.
Asheville Citizen. '
A number of farmers and live sleek
raisers met at the court house, Sat-
,'T. C. Bryson, pjresident, J. W. Davis, i
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The purpose of he association is to
secure a better price-4or the stock
raised in this county by co-operative
marketing, in conjunction with the
marketing forces of the Statto and
Natienal Department ot Agriculture
A number of interesting addresses
were made by Mr. (Lewis, of the Fed-
eral department, T. L. Gwyn, of Hay-
wood; Church Crowell, ot Buncombe;,
Alex, Moce, of Mc; rm Ant
Arrendale, of 'Macon Cdunty, and
Haywood County Memorial
Hospital Bond Election.
Election To Be Held This Saturday, July
11th; Failure to Vote May Defeat
Progressive Humanity Project
How will vnii vote Saturday? I
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Are you in favor of providing the best available means for
saving human life?
Are you in favor of placing within the reach of every resi
dent of Haywood County the best possible service for the relief
of human suiFering due to disease and accidents?
And who can believe that anyone entitled to a vote is not in
favor of all available provisions of that kind?
A properly equipped county hospital stands at the head of
all the proisivons of that class.
During the last six or eight weeks a large number of the
leading citizens of the county by means of communications in the
columns of the Mountaineer have earnestly urged upon the voters
the great need , the value, and
To all this explanation and
feels that hardly another word
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convincing and conclusive it is difficult to see how any reader of
it possessed of the most rudimentary instincts of humanity
can remain unpersuaded and fail to vote for the hospital bond
WAVNESVIIXE TOWNSHIP HIGH
SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL.
n.o nj .pssion of the summer
school will open July 13, and run unt
August 15. A student may remove
two eonoitions oy aueiiumg m. u...
mcr school. Classes are be.nft held
in the Elementary school building at 7
in the morning. If there is anyone vlio
desires to attend the summer school
please enroll at once so that a sched
ule of classes may be completed. Any
information will be gladly fuinished
in regard to the summer school by call
ing at the Elementary school build
ing from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. or by
by phoning: Miller House between
hours 7 and 2 P. M.
MISS ASH TON HOSTESS.
Miss Caroline Ash ton gave a charm
iing dinner dance at Oak Park July
Fourth n comoliment to Miss Nora
Ashton and Helen Englebert who have i
just arrived f.om Atlanta.
Partiotic ((dors were used in de
tail in the ta':le decorations. Later in
e eveniny the young people attend
ed the ooening dance at the Gordon.
Those enjovme Miss Ashton's hos
pitality were: Misses Eleanor Bush
nef, Frances Denton, Thomasen.'
Howell, Katherine Ray, Fiances
Minims, Virginia Welch, Helen En-
glebert, iMangaret and 'Mary Ray;
Viro-ini Carter. Elizabeth and Janet '
Quinlan. Messrs. Howard, Hoyt ana
Dick Covington, Jim
Neal, Bob Woodard, Ralph Prcvost,
Melvin Evans, Bob HarJin, Charles
Lee, Charles Badgett, Archie Ms-
Fayden, J. a O'Hern, Edward Burns
of Charleston, Mint Reed and Jimmy
Propst of Charlotte.
COMPANY H IN CAMP.
Co H o fthe National Guard in
c 'e of Gi0Tvt piott, Lieuta.
G)ad Bovd pau, M.rtin ,eft
fr cm Morrflead
.. r . M . . . mn .
, wiivv k.ivj " f -
til the middle of the month.
The circles of the "Pre ibytei ian Wo-
man's Auxiliary wii! meet at 3-30 p.
m. on Tuesday, Ji'ly 14ih. n follows:
Cii-cle No. 1 wit.n Mrs. M. F. AI-
bright. Circle No. ?. wi-h Mrs. Hycr.
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. C. A. Black,
- Girl' Qrcle. wi- be tranked
on -the same aftemooi at 4 p. m. at
the home of Mrs. Hugn Abel.
the vital importance of a county
exhortation the Mountaineer; M Uxil.k(.,s W()i.kjnK wi(h"
need be added.
It is all SO clear,
The Presbyterian Woman s Aux-
"'"T w' hold its annual bazaar on
inursuay, August tiin, on Miss fcctor's1
lawn, in addition to the usual sale of;mu
- - "'I
WT11 De a tempting display of home-
( made cakes and candy.
ATTENDED BAR ASSOCIATION. 1
Capt. W. J. Hannah, Felix E. Alley J
J. Ray Morgan, Roy Francis, J. VV.
Ferguson, S. M. Robinson and Tom
xt 1 l"r "'eeiing o, rne
North Carolina Bar Association which
was Md in Ashevill Wednesday,
Thursday and t nday of last week.
KOItVI A MM
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Judge and Mrs. Wlliam Snlathe.s
oi Atlantic City announce the arrival
of a son on July Fourth. He is to be
naniexl Benjamin Franklin for his
.1.1: l, i . i i
t e , r
ot our friends from hi ncpr the .n.n'
ty with us Sunday. "Children's Ly. T.T u
The program by the children of the1,. "T"fV" r C '"' "T"",
community was sweet and suitable to T'" f fol,,"-vl h ' " "l
the occasion and dinner was served
picnic fashion in the shady yard of
me tfaptist cnurch to several hundred , . ,. XI ,
.,. ioi . - , , roe, Charlotte District; N R. Hodg
guests besides all of our homefolks. . ' , . . " .
M, , . ,, in, Greensboro, Greensboro District;
r. and Mrs. Frank Campbell of , ' . , ,,
. . , . , J. C. Cowan. Jr.. Rutherfordton, Ma
Canton were week-end guests of Mr.1 .
h ri.. r v.i. i
" V1UI Vyill JUC11,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Shelton and Mr.
'Hun SneIton of Waynesville SDent
Satui-day and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs Meek Aijson
Mr and Mrs jarvis Allison and
children were also visiting friends on
Miss Buford Dunavant was the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Semmes ' ..... .. . ,, ......
most of last week facilities it is thought that an extra-
ir. . . ' , , ordinarily large attendtnee will greet
'Dell wood is great y grieved over r, , ,
., , .. . . . , , , President Hoev when he opens the
the deaths of two of her oldest and c. ' . r, ...
. . . . . .,.. I nrst session of the Feredation. While
best loved sons. Pans and Bob Moody. the morni and evenj ge,sio,)s wi,
I ,7Zd Wash,ngton whf 6 well filled with business the after
he had lived for many years. 'Uncle- will open for gi?htseeinff, moun.
Bob, a. he was known to all of us ' , cnmhingi and other
d.ed here after a long illness. Hesporls There jg probablv place m
leaves a widow, twelve grown chil- the count offeHng a filler iM of
dren and many grand children. He diversion where a vacation may be
was one of the most lovable and pict- taken witn ieus profit.
urseque characters of these moun-,
tains. At home in rough places, a CIRCLE MEETINGS.
great hunter and lover of the high
tops and woods, yet chivalrous and North Side Circle of the Baptist
courteous and with the manner and church met Tuesday with Mrs. Joe
charm of th gentleman of the 6ld Justice; Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Tew,
South. That type is almost gone. The and the Young Women's circle with
ConrtierPioneer. Mrs. Eli MoGee.
The sevtnth annual meeting of the
Western North Carolina Conference
Wesley Bible Class Federation to be
held at Lake Junaluska July 13, 14, 15
promises the best line of discussions
and the largest attendance in the his
tory of the Federation, according to
O. V. Woolsey, Superintendent of Sun
day School Work in the Western
North Carolina Conference. The ini
tial session of the Feredation will be
held in the large auditorium at I.ake
Junaluska Monday evening, July 13
the leading speakers for this session
being Dr. Thomas Carter, of Vander-
,bilt University, and Hon. Clyde R.
Hoey, President of the Federation.
The day sessions of the Federation,
held Tuesday and Wednesday, July
13. 14, will be divided into two sec
tions, President Hoey diiwiin; the
program .dealing with Youn-.r and
Adult classes, and Miss Maud Mc
Kinnnn, Director of Education at
Trvon Stieet. Charlotte, directing the
I program with representatives of In
Itei mediate and Senior classes. It is
stated that the programs of these
two sections will deal with actual
problems and lines of service with or.
ganized class work.
The third section, though not j
part of the Federation, but hold sim
ultaneous with it, is that of the
Elementary Council, held under the
irection of Miss Virginia Jenkins,
Superintendent of Elementary Work
in the Western North Carolina Con-
i- n i:..:. 1 1 1 o
children under thirteen years of age
are conhallv invited to this section.
A will ioin in a combined
'"''"tf each evening.
I Tuesday evening, July 14, will be
featured with addresses by Miss Min-
jr-e fc. Kennedy, Superintendent of
Eleme-ntary Work in the Southern
Methodist church, and Miss Maud Mc
Kinnon, who will sneak on Vocation
Church Schools. Chief Justice W. P.
Stacy will be the leading speaker on
Wednesday evening. The Junaluska
Double Quartet will furnish special
iiiu. iv sr.n iTvvriimif fvnaiviii.
Among the outlanding speakers
each eveninp session.
secured for the day sessions are Dr
Holt, St. Louis, Dr. C. C.
Weaver. WinstonSalem, Dr. Ashley
Chappell, AFheville, Rev. C. S. Kirk
patrick, Gastonia, Rev. W. A. Jenk
ins. Concord, Mr. J. B. Ivev. Char-
loue, uperiniemieni. r. A. 1 nomp
c-in Ml 11, IK- VI r A M U'
Hi,korv Hon. ,n y 0ies Marj
r c Wea Winston-Salem,
Mi TMma SmatherSi Asnl,vie am,
Mr- rharle, Greens,Kiro.
0h""ceis f trie Federation arc
jHnn. Hyde R. Hoey. Shelby, Presi.
(lnt. p Milrion ,,h.st Vk.(,p
r..(w;l!(,nt. Mjss MaU(1 MeWinnon.
rharlotte. Second Vice President; Mrs.
y () chadU,v, A.hovi,k.. Recording
Secretary; Miss Thelma Smathers,
A Seville. Corresponding Secretary;
T c c 1 T
i . iJanf, iiK(on. i 1 s c
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district: Dr. L. W.Elias. Asheville',
a..u..;ii i....:... nr ...... m....
1 District: K. L, bmith. Albemarle,
Salisbury District; Dr. V. R. Self,
I.incolnton, ShelrS; District ; A. M.
West, Hikoiy. Statesville District;
J. M. Boone, Andrews, Waynesville
District; J. R. McCrary, Lexington,
With hard surface roads extending
across the Blue Ridge directly to
T n Ira l..nal..abo - - I U ., ..1 .. U... , 1
the Cultivation of Good
Can you believe it?
That a single business concern in
Waynesville, has, at retail, ever, is
this territory, in the short period of
two years sold three carlods of kitch
Unless supported by highly con
vincing testimony few would be in
clined to believe a statement to that
A casual survey of the country
round about does not make it seem
pf!L,lc that the ,iu.ir.."M' of in u
homes established in this territory
during the last two years added tt
the number of old kit-hen sl.ives and
ranges discarded during that time
would equal the number of kitchen
ranges it would seem possible to pack
in' three freight ears
In the face, however, of these re
flections regarding the probability of
the truth of such a statement th
Massie Furniture nl, a day or vw
ie. . state to a rep vjcntutiv" el
the Mountaineer that in the tw.i years
period ending with l!l.r, they will at
the rate of the last eighteen months
have sold three carloads of the fa
mous Eagle Ranges in this territory.
So far as the Mountaineer is aware
the reputation of this firm, or that
of any member thereof, for truth and
veracity has never been questioned.
Hence we are entirely cortfident that
their .foregoing statement will go
The Eagle Range is widely adver
tised and sold under an unqualified
guaranty to give entire satisfaction
to the purchaser. This advertising
and guaranty, however, does not fully
account for the seemingly phenoraina!
sale of this popular range. Ther?
must be something more back f it.
Evidently that somethiii" is an
extremelv nrtivp cniv! will wHirti
;that furniture firnl undoubtedly has
And here ;t may be interesting t
consider foi a moment what good will
j consists of.
It is an expression in
but seldom do we find
anyone pausing to define it. If w
i.ie not mistaken some high ccurt has
i defined (rood will as "the disposition
"I of a customer to return to the place
1. 1 ,..lw. u i i ... I, .
."urn: ,ir iihs ot'eii wen treated.
I That is a clear cut definition, but it
jdoes not seem to include all that
I forms a part of good will.
I It is a matter of common observa
jtion that when a customer makes a
. luiH-hasr that proves a little more
I than ordinarily satisfaetorv. lie tells
j his friends and neighbors about it
i and of course tells w'lcv he made
I Good will may then he thought of
as an invisible intangible force
whose power is recognized and made
l use of hy every successful merchan'.
Th surprising sale of Eagl?
ji.-.nges by the Massie Furniture Com.
I pany may be taken then as conclw-
iv 'vik""ce thnt Mr- T- N- Maa.i.
and his three enterprisiinir sons. .1
K Massie, T. G. Massie and W. IL
Massie, who compose the firm are,
individually and collectively, adepts
in the cultivation of good will. Other
wise, they could hardly, in the compar
atively few years the firm has bee
in existence, have built up the mast
extensive furniture business in West
ern North Carolina west of Asheville.
That they have done this seems un
disputed. They buv practically aK
lines they carry in carlots which give?
them advantages which they pass on
to their customers and thus nlon?
with a small margin of profit gain an
increase of everv growin" good will.
The lines carried by this fi;-m in
clude alono- wiith furniture, musical
instruments of various kinds, carpets
and other floor coverings and trunks
and baps in great variety. The na
tionally advertised Hoosier Cabinet it
one of their leaders.
Th? Massie Furniture Company
have the only undertaking establish
ment in Waynesville. They are fully
eounped in every respect to render the
highest class of service in this de
partment of their business.
That this firm wfH continue ' to
grew in presti"- nil in distinction
and that all Waynesville will take
therein, is a safe prediction.
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