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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Latest Triumph in Railroading
To Be Given Away Saturday
Night at 8:00 O'clo
Complete Radiola to the
Holder of the Lucky No.
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practice. You can
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" tm is evxruiMitu MILKI 11 !!. !! 11 ran
by us is spotlessly clean.
Motorcycle Means Quiclt Delivery
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M. H. REEVES JEFFERSON REEVES
Telephone No. 16 Waynesville, N. C.
Did yon ever stop to figure out the
eiact meunlng of "Evaporated Milk"?
The word "evaporated" niny glv? you
the Idea that In 'he process of ovnpo
ration the milk tins lost some of Its
valutihle qualities. It liusn't. It has
lost only wuter. Sixty per cent of the
water Is evaporated from the milk
after It comes freh from the cow.
The first step In processing the milk
Is the evaporation, when a portion 01
the water content Is removed. The
second slop Is the homogenlzatlon.
which Insures the: cream being dis
tributed evenly throughout the milk.
The third Is the cahnlng. The fourth
li Bterlllzution, which takes place In
the can when the ibilk Is subjected to
sufficient heat to destroy the bacteria.
Thus evaporated milk remains as pure
and fresh in the container as when It
foamed Into the pull In the fnrmer's
Uvuporiited mllM Is now generally
recognized as the freshest milk avail
able to those not living on farms and
producing their oWn milk. For fresh
ness In milk mean parity.
Transportation of milk from tfte
dairy country to ta city la well vate-
matlsed and rapid and yet owing to
the Immense quantities of milk thai
mast be rushed th dally, moon of It
must be obtained , at considerable dis
tances and a large pes cent la neces
sarily some days old when It U de
livered by the mUkmaa.
Evaporated mtltt, on the other band,
1 last night's -nd tbla morning's milk,
from the dairy b so, always onder
rigid Inspection, It Is hurried by farm
er to factories located In the heart of
tbs dairy country and delivered when
It Is fresh. Evaporated milk is canned
)ut at Its "freshest moment," when
It Is In Its finest state. It la never
allowed to get old. The whole proc
ess from cow to can requires only a
few hours. It may be Interesting to
know that the process of sterilizing
takes place after the milk has been
sealed In Its containers. Once In Its
terlUxed containers, there Is no pos
sibility of deterioration.
The sterilising of evaporated milk
Insures Its parity It makes a safe
milk for the children. Evaporated
milk (a boiled milk, and this makes It
It may be used for any milk need
with safety and economy.
For ordinary cream needs, use It
Just aa It comes from the can. When
a rich milk Is desired, add a equal
part of water. For cooking and bak
ing, two parts water and one psrt milk
nil usually suffice.
rip HE completion of the new
Union Station marks i
worthy accomplishment In the hlstorV
of Important engineering undertakings!
from which travelers frojn all parte of
the United States will derive pleas
ure and benent.
The station Is without doubt one of
the finest and moat efficiently designed
railroad terminals - In the world. It
forms a vital link In the realization of
the "Chicago City Beautiful Plan." Sim
plicity, accessibility and convenience
for the traveling public are the essen
tial virtues of the new terminal. Beat
and recreation rooms, ticket offices,
barber shop, dlntng rooms, stores of
various kinds, and almost every con
venience known to travelers, are to be
found on the one level, no stepa to
The main station Is a low monumen
tal type of building with a row of
massive columns of classic design
along the entire eost front. Once In
side, the traveler finds himself In a
gigantic waiting room more than 100
feet high and brilliantly lighted
through skylights In the great arch
celling. Colonnades Inclose the room,
the walls of which are patterned after
the architecture of ancient Home. Bor
dering this room are the nltra-complete
passenger terminal facilities. An Inno
vation In railway terminal design la a
conference room accommodating VIZ
people, which Is available, rl'hout
patrons of the Union Sta
for conferences and other
To give some Idea of the immensity
of the new station. It may be stated
that the main building covers an area
of about three acres with a concourse
covering flO.000 square feet. The en
tire terminal facilities cover more than
80 acres and will expedite the prompt
and satisfactory handling of 50,000
assengers, 400 tons of baggage and
trains dally with room for future
nalon. Fifteen acres of glass
used In tha various coverings
the train sheds, which extend
re than 1,200 feet beyond the main
cture. A total of 1T.000 tons of
ctnral steel, 170.000 cubic feet of
Indiana limestone and 10.000 cubic
feet of granite were nsed In the sta
tion, building and concourse. The foun
dation consists of 448 cylindrical con
crete) piers from four to ten feet In
(Mameter, reaching to a depth of more
than XLfeet below tbe level of the
Those wbo bsve tra4- tle privilege
of Inspecting the new station--oro-naunce
Jt a marvel In terminal con
struction and are urging their friends
to see It n fhelr next vlalt to Chicago.
The station Is used Jointly by tha
Pennsylvania Railroad! OhicagA Mil
wnnkee A Bt. Paul Ry, j Chicago, Bur
lington A Qalncy R. R,, and tbe Chi
cago A Alton R. B.
The Carolina Mountaineer
Is $2.00 per Year.
In tock Company
Lee Allen Soloist With Show to Ap
pear in Waynesville.
A GOOD SHOW.
A truly remarkable not to say won
derful performance on the violin was
given Monday night by Lee Allen
on Missouri in the tent show of the
Williams Stock Company. This ar
tist took for his groundwork so to
speak of his production the beautiful
song, "Listen to the Mocking Bird,"
which originated over sixty years
ago and is a clever imitation of the
notes of the South's incomparable
song ster. To this he added many
other notes, particularly the low
warblings and twitering of the num
erous birds of the South, which he
produced with wonderful exactness.
No one familiar wiith the mocking
bird imagined that the violin could be
made to reproduce the bird's song with
such wonderful fidelity, but Mr. Al
len has accomplished the feat thereby
.proVing that he is a master of the
violin. The audience with which the
tent was filled to capacity was
del ighted and gave the artist rousing
applause. St. Petersburg, (Fla.)
O M D N G
TENT THEATRE, WAYNESVILLE
Under Auspices Women's Civic League; By SpeciaLArrangement
Under $10,000Tent Theatre
Beginning August Third
Williams Stock Co
Forty People and
Eight Piece Orchestra
Monday, August Third
"The Master and Man a
Four Act .Drama
and May Blossom
hi v d
SI.AMA GROTTO OF ST. PETERSBURG
Charles H. Bon, Secretary.
KIWANIS CLUB OF FT. MYERS, FLA.
D. VV. Boyd, President.
CITY OF FT. MYERS, FLA.
C. P. Stately, City Manager.
AMERICAN LEGION, ARCADIA, FLA.
Mr. Smith Comander.
CIVITAN CLUB, OF DAYTONA. FLA.
Mr. Thornaton, President.
May Blossom Williams
VaiiriPVillP RpllVPPfl Leading lady with the Williams Stock Co.
h SABBATH SCHOOL AND PUBLICATIONS
Rev. Robert L. Bell, Chm, Union Springs, Ala.
W. P. FONVILLE, ASST. SECY. STATE
AMERICAN REGION, DUBLIN, GA.
Post No.. 17, T. A. Kemp, Commander.
CIVITAN CLUB, MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Mr. Burr, President. .
Curtain&8:15 P. M.
-20c and 40c
appearing in faynesville beginning Monday
nigfatV A Souttlni favorite. 165 weeks in
New Orleansr24 weeks Jn Birmingham; 5
weeks in Montgomery; 2 weeks in Anniston
CIVITAN CLUB OF ANNISTON, ALA.
Mr. Evans, President.
JUDGE CHAS. S. LEYDEN
Anniston, (Ala.) Star