North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
THURSDAY, JULY 30. 1925
TME CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Nice building lot on
Priced reasonably for
for quick sale
Cash and Terms
Opp. Postoff ice
E. K. McGEE
GROCERY AND MEAT
At the foot of Depot Street
Sells Only the Best in all Lines of Gro
ceries. Fresh Meats and Vegetables
JOHN R. CARS WELL
Proprietor Phone 72
WAYNESVILLE SHOE SHOP
19 Depot Street
Bring your shoes to us for Re
pair. We use tne test of K. L.
Leather and Goodyear Ruhher
Heels. J. V. Sumner, Prop.
Before You Go on Your
When you are away on your Vacation
trip you want to look just as well dress
ed as anyone--and a well-chosen article
of Jewelry from our stock will aid you
in appearing well dressed.
W. A. COBLE
Phone 194-J Waynesville, IN. C.
STATE CAFITAINEWS LETTER
(By M. Li Shipnian.)
Italriph. N. C.july 27, 1925.
mad 1ok scare imi a fiht between a
News & Observes reporter and thi
: -J i
jm ihon superiniencienl were the" two
matters which absorbed chief interest
nt the Capita City during the past
week. Governor McLean was busy
with the installation of the new pol
icies of government which he is advo
eating but utopped long enought to
run down to Lumberton the last Dart
of the weak to inspect his crops anil
then to th Sand Hill peach show. H
also sent put a call for special term of
court to try the case against the four
Raleigh Ice Companies alleging re
straint of trade.
The mad dog scare, because of the
intimate personal relation it might at
any time assume, absorbed chief in
terest and there probably was some
panic not justified by facts. A child
died last Monday of rabies and the
same day a German police dog went
mad and bit three or four persons and
several "logs. This was the signal for
a general open season on dogs and
about one hundred passed out by the
execution method during the week. A
number of others were treated for the
disease and several persons, bitten or
who had contact with dogs which died
or went mad, were inoculated against
the disease. I). C. A. Shore, of the
State Laboratory reassured the popu-.
lace with a statement that the treat
ment was an almost sure preventive
agai:nt rabies. The scare had th.
effect of making people more careful
concerning their dogs at the next legislature
George Ross I'ou, Superintendent of
State Prison, lost his head Tuesday
afternoon and when Jonathan Daniels,
reporter for the News & Observer,
asked for an interview he was met
with a blow to the fact and a state
ment to the effect that the State Pris
on was not giving any news to the
News and Observer as that paper "had
told nothing but damned lies" about
the Pou administration. The two
then mixed it up a little. Each
claims the other got the worst of it
but the fact is neither was badly dam
aged. Pou lost his head and acted un
wisely and unbecoming a State Official
but at the same time the News & Ob
server has been unrelenting in its cru
sade against Pou and has printed more
things concerning him which would
have made many a man of more bal
ance than Pou lose his head.
Governor McLean acting at the re
quest of Solicitor Evans called a spec
ial term of court for next month to pry
the case against four TTnlmVh
Companies charged with combining in
restraint of trade. Since the combine
was made, the price of ice has risen
notice wiill be pleaded irf bar of their
recovery. All persons irHebted to said
(state will please mufce immediate
I'lii.s the 17th day uf Julv, 1! 2
G ROVER C.DAVFS. .
Phone No 305-J Telephone Building
You ill Go to a
DR. F. LfFLAR
10 A. M. to 12 M.
2 P.M. to5P.M.
And By Appointment
Waynesville, Nortk Carolina.
nearly 100 per cent. The folks
pressing for relief this summer.
The Rev. R. L. Davis, Superintend
ent of the Anti-Saloon League, resign
ed during the week after 20 years of
service. He has impaired his health
and after a long rest expect- to re
enter the Methoist conference
The boom of Mr. Everett for the
next Governor by the automobile
men's meeting at Greensboro aioused
considerable interest here. It is
known that Mr. Evei-ett is one of the
men who is not altogether f r the Mc
Lean program and it is also true that
no man suffered more at the hands of
Mr. McLean than the iniversai'v popu
lar Secretary of State. Mr. Everett
always discreet, and who a, is a better
friend last year to Mr. McLean by de
clining to run against him after being
elected, has had nothing to say but a
number profess to believe th:ii he may
be governed by coming events and
throw his hat into the ring.
Wake County H goirg to jump on
the "good roads" bandwagon if a pro
posed bond election to loan the State
$1,300,000 is passed. This will enable
the county to be more adequately hard
surfaced and it will take its chances
on getting the money back from the
The State Library Commission sent
out a truck with 700 volumes to Ran-!
dolph, Moore and Montgomery coun
ties during the week . The purpose'
is to interest the various communities
in the travelling libraries and equip-'
ment of the Commission.
I Governor McLean was much im
pressed with the peach show of the!
Sand Hill and on his return announced
his intcntiion pf pressing to make
North Carolina the leading peach pro-'
ducing State. During the week he al-'
so announced he expected to sret out
after completing the task of getting
his new administrative measures run-!
ning smoothly and see the people of
North Carolina and get Into the vari-1
ous communities. He expects also to'
visit every State Institution and sea'
first hand how they are operated.
the estate of Mm iKnti.H I. rum i
deceased, late of the County l Hay-1
wood. NnftK. Pnmllna 4 lit a f
fy all persons TarW claims against
the estate of the said deceased to ex
hibit them to the uhdersignMkat his
nffiM in WairnaamlU KT ft V -
fore the 17th day of luly, 1926, or thisj
Administrator ofMrs. Kate H. L. Dyk- $2,000.00, $60ll. cash handles it 20
ers, deceased. acres, new 4 roonr house, 4 springs
Aeg. 27. ('(. a. 'on place, water an be piped to house
j by gravity.,' Near Lake Juna-
New 4 room house. 1 acre, garage i luska. H. O. Stone 2tc
Statement of Condition
First National Bank
At the Close of Business june, 30, 1925
Loans & Discounts $317,945 98
lT. S. Bonds . r- 57,000.00
X. ('. Bonds 27,776.00
Stock in Fedenil Res. Bank . 3,300.00
C.ukinp Hons- & Fixtures . 12,3!7 00
'ash & Due from Hanks .... 2:J.017.i"
Capital Stock $ 50,000.0QL
Surplus Fund 60,000.00
Undivided Profits 24,453.05
Reserved for Interest 5,000.00
Dividend Declared 2,500.00
TOTAL $573,072.91 4.
J. HOWELL WAY
J. R. BOYD
J. R. HIPPS
S. C. SATTERTHWAIT
C. E. RAY
C A. HAYNES
D. R. NOLAND
J. H. KIRKPATRICK-
T. L. GWMv ,,
M. J. McCI$fcKEN-
J. H. WAY, Jr. s ;T
Witk pleasure we call attention to tke strong and con
servative position wfyck tke akove figures reflect.
Your Banking Business Invited
Mens' and Ladies' Knickers
Golf Hose and All Sport-
M. THEO McCRACKEN
CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Waynesville, N. C.