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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Tells What to Eat
Johnny Mt'Ts, ml'lilU'welnlit wrn
tllnt rluitnjinn of iht' wuil'l, In .ifron
In ftivor f i lif
u' of m'twitihriii-
I y prfpn rt'il fuu.i.
II trt'i't-rM to
know tlmt thf
I I .. N i-.itlng
i.s I'll! i' Jh'l tml
Mm I ill lit-r I li:tn
I' t:tlv- ii ' 1 1 : i r J
ulilt hiiy kiii'l of
: -H..I j..iiN..riiiit; t.v
.-.itniK r 1 from
an ii n k it ii u n
SiUir In :i rn-ci-nt
itih-r lew on
fin- iv of I.U
unit Ii w 1th l.oii
T a 1 ii I. r, from
whciii) In- won till
to' Fitid : "I expert hi wla the
from Tnliihor Me lit a tine
. : i Mi . M. Meiifoi (I mi' re
ti .it u!at ion ppon tlie l)irth
.. I'l Yrf i ar. : tin- MU-i,m
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m . ( o.'s i oiim: r.r:'. s
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l 'i i... .N.il.il M:.H! Mli'i I ,n
. .f ( Irhind,,.
', u u :i - clt-i'Ol 1 1
f n: -I ll , tllllns .i I
I Mi-. I
'I Willi IUM
1 1 . I u a - t i-pcit ,-d in 1 hr
' .p. I n! Ill,
. was pre-
premier nnd usin inure Hilenee llian
nj man of the milt todny. However.
I feel mire thai my superior physical
rendition will prevail ami (hut I will
emerge notorious nnd I lie champion
of my division I (let It a very Impor
tant purl of my program In training
lor a inat'-h. The syatem that I us
la really very almple, Involving onlj
flood Judgment and caution In lh se
ction of food. I prefer to eat aclan
rflenlly prepared food whenever poa
alhla and 1 never eat anything to
which la attached the slightest doubt
of Ita pnrity. I eat a great deal of
canned foods because I am sure that
tlMj are pore and will have no IH ef
fects on my digestive system. Taka,
ost as an example of what food can
do for the body milk. It la the great
eat of body builders and a very Impor
tant part of any man's diet Hut la
sometimes Impure or contaminated and
nay be the source of lllnea If used.
Ilecausa of this fact. I us evaporated
tnUk entirely and find It very satisfac
tory. I know that It Is pure and that
I will not gaffer from Its use. I know
that It Is a great body builder be
cause the concentration of It gives It
auch food value. I know that It la
easily digested, more so than market
milk, In fact, derails I drink It be
fore Bflng to bed and feel no effect
of It In the morning. This la usually
hard to do with ordinary market milk
This plan, Id substance, la the same
one that I use regarding other foods.
If there la liny chance or suspicion of
Impurity or low food value, I use
"And If n man Is ao situated that It
la Impossible for lilm to get the proper
amount of exercise, he must be doubly
iniitlniis not to pnrtake of any but the
purest food. On the whole. If man
cuts wlili wisdom and observes the
fundamental rules for good health,
there Is no reason why he should ever
have n s,k or uncomfortable day."
lal ) i ir i - -mint,-'!
In k of curd
I to Mi- ( has. K. Thomas. Mrs.
Mt-hano cut the consolation a
ore pad. The Kuosts of honor re
Those playing were Mesdanies
Reeves, de Neerard, ('. V. Miller,
Win f red Baker, Roy Francis, Isenhour,
I. owrv I.ee, Withers, Kaweotte Swift,
II. Attkins, Lee I'age, Meade, ('. I!
Thomas, (I. Y. Mebftne, Howell-Cutter,
llufus Siler, Iladgqtt, Misses Evelyn
I.ee and Braxton Kirk.
Mil. IIOONK SRI.I.S I'ROI'F.RTY
Mi. .1. II. 11, nine, who bought proper
I;. in llrevard in February, hart .sold it
alter six months time at a very sub
stantial profit. Mr. Boone also has
real estate interests in Wayne.sivlle
and A-heville, N. ('., and in Hollywood,
I Hit SALE Ten regulation Army,
1 vi inn, I ',-iits l'i ' I',, ir .rood condi-
I'M. ,i cheap. Account discarded
loi IVi thiinciit Buildings. May le ir
pn i -,l a I I .imp Wy. icon, la. Waynes
ulle, N. C
1 I I'd
itudeiit- without respect to any
on e affiliations or relations.
lloth the Scottish and York Kite
!!'!:es are co-operatint; ih supporting
these funds. The Masonic Loan Fund
hcKan in V.i'Zt with $5,000.00 emitri-j
1..... .1 l... ,1... f' 1 f ...1 ..f M '
j ,UL,,I lt HIV Cllllll'i 1,1,111' OI iUHIMll-
! 'he York Kite Bodies. In 1821,;
the .-','. tish Rite indies joined in the1
1 nS onicnt and for the past three
? 'ir - the fund has increased at th.?(
I tali ,," $!' 10,0(10.(1(1 a year. The pre-j
-nil tin: is is $:i,(lll().00 from the (oiinilj
' l.odifo, ? 1.000.00 from the York Rite j
' Bodies and .W.UOO.OO from the Scntti-h !
, line Bodies. The fund wiill ultimately j
! In- increased to a sum ciual to $:'(!. Oi
,r each teacher-training student, $1 i
j for eifch woman student, and $.",.(1(1 for .
each man studen in every institution
in the state doing college work.
The present total of $,'l.ri, 000.(111 is
now distributted as follows: j
Fast Carolina Teachers
Cullowhee Normal School .".OilO.OO
Appalachian Training School DOOO.OO
N. C. College for Women . 2250.(10
State College of Agri
culture & Eng. ... 17M.0O
Flora McDonald College 1500.00
University of N. C. . . 12:0.lH
Chowan College . . . 1260.00
Davenport College ... 1750.DO
Duke University .... . 1000.00
Wake p'orest College . 1000.00
Elon College 1000 00
Davidsin College . .... . 1000.00
(Ireensboro College .. 1000.00
Meredith College .. . . . 100(1.00
Salem College . .. 10iWflo
Guilford College . 1000.(X
Atlantic Christian College- lOOO.'H)
Queens College . 100000,
Mars Hill College ... 1OO0.0O
I.ouishurg College . 1OO0.0O
Asheville Normal ... 1000.00
Catawba College 750.00
High Point College 75000
Peace Institute fiOO.tO
Mitchell College 500.(1')
St. Mary's College 500.00
BOAT I'Al.EAM AT J( M l SKA!
I u s k y
FOOD FOR CHILDREN WHO
Many times, und eH-cliilly during
the summer months, mothers are
forced to take their children on trips
with them. During these trips, the
parent Is forced to contend with that
ever present and scrioim problem of
food for 'he child
As In altc-t e.ry other . nw the
,'( tl I-
i r v ll,
.lid i 1
: ,o. value
, , , 1 1
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Lake .Iiiiialijska, alwa.v
.i i ,'inlci ,', IIIHI C -o liv
I. oat pageant held then- on
i i; of the 2:ird.
.lu-t as ihe tints of a orgou
-cl faded into night and the
-lladow - of evening fell on the
inering watei - of the lake, a
throng of people gathered on Ihe
mar the auditorium to witnes
pleasurable event All eyes were!
turned toward the narrows when- the;
Lull- gathered in formation. The big
boat. Oonaguska, w ith a Spartanburg !
band concealed behind her heavy de-1
oiations, and carrying on lioni'l the'
Pageant Queen and her maiden .j
, line gaily down, heading the pro
i - ion. A great "fleet" ,,f motor-;
boat-, decorated from -lorn to stern.;
I' ti'i'.' into line an, I all pa--ed in re-
Some of the feature- Were a Hunt -i
''hi ". 11 i:lini;i-e of fairyland, ai
diagni licit f'oni .lap: n. a fiery v,!-
.an.) f,-,iiii Haaii. the various sports
en costume, the "fish and fowl" for the
for the Terrace Hotel and the uplifted
wl'i:e ci,,.-- for Christianity. i
Al'te: 'he lioautiful pageant on the
"' i"' liv i, ii. hence gathered in the
.".aiitoi nun t,, w itness the coronation
, e eniome-.
A g'e it white throne had been erect
c! for I he nueen. who on this occasio'i
Mi .I',-. I- r C.inan. d.iu.-l.'er
Total . $;!50(m)XO
I In addition to the Masonic Loan
, Fund, the 111,000 Masons of the State
I are giving their loyal support to Pub
lic Education and taking an active
part in promoting better schools, bet
ter administration and better teach
I ling as the best means for the promo
jtion of general intelligence and en
lightened leadership as the basis fr
good government, moral uplift and ci
i ic righteousness.
BUILDING AND REPAIRING
Mill Work -
WKat ever your building or repair
jot may be we can supply you with ma
terials in large or small quantities. First
class material at low cost, plus prompt
service is a combination you cannot hope
.estimates Gladly rurnisneG
HYATT & COMPANY
Report of Condition of the
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
At Waynesville, North Carolina
At Close of Business June 30, 1925
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i"t- who j: ' '.ipeil them-elves
...1 Af lb- throne.
cli" " ' : '" 1 " "f Pi llll rv's lend
In ei:ai..; n- ',..i,,meii. its use,
pihpl. v n . ftie following Pirniiila :
From Sixth Wrck to Third Month
lllk. , j .i n a 1 f,l ,i ,,,ni.
I.luu- -....t.r 1 ,oii,.
Milk aner ; . ,.,
B,.:i ,l ,, ipr . ,
S. , i . f e , 1 1 , 1 1 .. I i l ,v n ' v f .. ii r h .. . i r
4 I., '. ,.,in..-- .it llir,. Itiiiii inl.'ival.
tirlci: tin- ,), niul f.oir-Ixitir hil, rvili
From Third Month to Fifth Month
Milk. r nporutrd 7 li niinrpi
Llm WHtrr 3 nunc
Milk Kiianr 2 ounce
BolUd water 2D H u tire.
81a fretllna tn tw4ntv-fmir hour.:
I to 6 ouneen at Ihri-e-lomr Intervals
4urtnir tha, day and ftetltng ml 10 p. m.
from Fifth to Seventh Month.
'-ain-i "f the "Bridal Oi...
o l-'henu'cin. came the Qu'en
lloving :,,be of rhite satin.
r ! I.'.,-,.,-- assisting ).r to the
, . n' "!' 'l'i' d-ii - e ho e she v:
..en d "(iU(.." ,.f tl... Heat Page-in'"
I M--. 1). S. MotTet. She was then
- ci'. ' to the throne :iround which
'.e chd.le. n , f .hinalu-k.-i Playground
, 1 1-,..,.,) in !i,rge numbers to pay her
l-.,o-.i r., xith their fairy song :.nd (lag
The be Pity of Miss Toman, who is
i -''-' inir brune't'e wis enhar.i-ed hy
I- -,ilvs and crown of a nueen. '
l- msiids-of-liotior chosen for the.
" were Mi-ses Mary Morclock, !
Tlllk vapor.t.d 10 ouncw , Her'iert V.flio Mne Winslow,,
Lima water S ounca '
Milk aur 1 ouncaa I
I.i.ap. ami 1 list.', Hints
( 'Wrd: at';.-
r.r.nkinir lli-u.-,--. I'm nitu roi Fixtures :'.8. 000.00
( '. v. "a,:!! i r.i nnioutits duo
iiank.-. Ilankt'i s :'.iiil Trust
( 'ompanii s
t'het'ks foj- cVariiio-
Tt)TA! , $-l:7.9 18.92
Japital Stock paid in $ .jO.000.00
Surplus Fund 20.000-00
Undivided profits 642.17
liilN Payable ;"), 000. 00
Lk-po. its, subject to flu-?k Individual. . 171.G2G.0!'
jand Ceililkales of dept. jit 1 17.04i5.60
CashW's Checks outstaiuling 5. 851. 68
TOT A I $,:;7.!i8 02
STATi: OF N'OIM'H CAROLINA, HAYWOO COUNTY. Jane 30. 1925.
! l!il''ard I'.. Atkins, Cashior of the above named bmk. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
:':.e o . ..r my kn..v'edre and belief. H1LLIARD B. ATKINS. Cashier.
Subset il oil and ia oin to before me, this 23 ni day of July, 1925.
K. L WITHERS? "Notary Public,
i ...;rii:s-i-.i-, Augdsl 7, 1925.
M. H. REEVES
HUGH J. SLOAN
Boiled water 1 ouncaa
Viva feeding tn twenty-four houn;
t ll t ounce at four-hour Intervale,
l laat feedloa; to be (Ivan at It p. m.
From Seventh to Ninth Month.
Milk, evaporated ll ounoee
Ubm water I ounoee
Milk sutrar t ounoea
Boiled water l( ouaoe
t to ounoea at four-hour latervele
atartns the dar. Laet feedlne; at ten
From Ninth U Twelfth Month.
Milk, evaporated ...ltouaoaa
Urn water I ounoee
Milk aafar I oeuaoae
Bar lex water 14 oaaea
I to ouaoe at four-hour latervala
4orlae; aay. Laat fe41ar at tea at
Fl;- b,-'h Aljrieh end Kittie Stubbs.
The winners of the prizes were an-'
ivurv-ed find the Queen descended
fron the throne to make the following
First "Fairyland" Silver Cup..
Second "The Mission Cross" Sil-'
Third "The Janip:se Boat." !
y BEGAN BUSINESS NOVEMBER 19. 1920
Capital Stock $50,000.00
STATE. COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY
HILLIARD B. ATKINS, Trust Officer
HILLIARD B. ATKINS. Cashier
PRITCHARD FERGUSON, Assistant Cashier
THOS. STRINGFIELD, President
J. H. HOWELL, Vice President
.1. M. LONG. Chairman
H. J. SLOAN
H B. ATKINS
ALDEN HOWELL. Jr.
-I. H. HOWELL
E. L. WITHERS
S. H. BUSHNELL
M. H. REEVES
J. P. SCATES
GEO. H. WARD
MASONIC EDUCATION AI, I.OAN3
$36,000.00 TO 18 INSTITUTIONS
These Loan Funds are distributed
among all the schools of the State with .
College Courses and are available to
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