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THURSDAY, AUG. 6th, 1925.
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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
See Wayifcesville Five Years From To-day!
With the great progress operating in Western North Carolina; with the wonderful system of roads being completed, especially the
ASHEVILLE--WAYNESVILLE--ATLANTA HIGHWAY-with the present growth and promise of Waynesville as a summer resort for
Do You Believe Real Estate in Wayn&ville a Good Investment ?
We do and arc going to offer you a Money-Making Opportunity
Wednesday 9 A
eautiful Building Lots
These choice lots are located on one of the highest spots in the city of Wayne.sVille, and is the only propsrty affording a view of Mt.
Pisgah and the Rat. Ha all city improvements, near new high school and within a few blocks of the center of the business district.
A Beautiful Site For Your Home!
A Safe Place Tor Your Investment!
FREE : Dollar A Minute !
KING OF THE RODEOS
Those who want a moderate-priced
car need no longer sacrifice some
thing of beauty, or of performance.
For now they can buy an Oldsmo
bile Six, and get, not one, or two,
but all three of these qualities.
More expensive cars do equal its
beauty and match its performance.
But what other-nne car cfers com
parable beauty andtumpar, hie peror
.nance at a comparable price?
By far the most cpnviftsmg proof
we can offer is the, car itself. Just
look at it then drtve it andvour
admiration will be won! Tele
phone or calf and! we will gladh
loan you a car.
. e. A. Luuint
1 1 i
NOLAND MOTOR COMPANY
(Copyrlfht by IL R. Doabledtj.)
Tex Austin, a mime thnt Is known In every locality In the country where
liorses lire bred or cuttle raised. Such Is the mnn who will draw on big years
of experience to mnnnge the Chicago Roundup and World's Championship
Kodeo to be held for nine days, beginning August 15.
"King of the Itodeo" Is the title Austin hos won. Born In the great state
for which he was named, he was raised In the atmosphere of the range. He
participated In the thrilling deeds of the fatuous contests of the Far West
and then became a ranchman himself. Wherever the roundups have been
atuged. Austin' j name has become synonymous with the cowboy sport. In toe
effort to perpetuate the spirit of the West, he mnnnged and directed number
less rodeos In the West, also glr'ng the Knst Its first thrills from cowboy
contests. Then, spn ix.lng the fHnie of Uncle Sam furthej, tM put on the great
International rodeo Mt Wembley. England, under the ausLjes of the British
"Kxpert and during" lenders In the great sport to which they hnve brought
fame, are the 'Whirls from the western ranges who will compete In the
Chicago Uoundup and World's Championship Rodeo, to be held for nine days
beginning August 1" Champions past and present, as well as new seekers
after fume, will mid thrills to the cowboy contests which will be presented
In the new $5,'KKi.tHH) stadium under the auspices of the Chicago Association
of Commerce, a group of these cowgirls startled the staid Britisher when they
appeared lu ine international Championship held by Tex Austin at Wembley,
Knglaud. recently, and the same champions will compete In the Chicago spec
tacle. Austin Is organizing the Chicago roundup and will manage It, asd the
fTO.OOO In prizes l 'he largest n mount offered for any contest this year.
iWCUjMu. i azagiMls. product of c t n i r, i MOiot-
FEEDING BABY OURINQ SUMMER
Milk Is recognized as the Ideal food
for young children. It should be care
fully guarded (hying the warm sum
mer ninnths, to Insure Its freedom
from germs or hncterln thnt might
cause harm to the child. Ilecaiise of
its nature. It Is. under certain condi
tions, a breeilinL' and pi-uptigutinc,
ground for germ li!' and limy soon h-e-come
unlit for tine unless It Is handled
with the utmost .--ire ami vigilance
Perhaps the ideal i:iy In ntni.Hc r Ii !
risk is llH'OIC'll 1 1 1 ' Use e i V : 1 1 H K M t e .1
mill;. I li!s milk nl p:ir uil.'V
with si t v per e;.i .. ihe w.-iter re
moved from it mid is .s I -. 1 1 ; , s ti"
lie. It is of doillde i a. hue-- liu; n:.ii'
he mod. lied n the .!': i.-ii vv.ret
hleh "id ret urn i ! ; it m V
( 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' t. v. it Ii a i;re : l I e-ih.:! . ed I'- "",
'. rated mil:, is si. r Ii ed Jin'
has a idli nuti -'n-. i- i o-n, !i:. This
ames it to he a er evalhnt fooj'
for t he nam: t hi ' i and the ini';i trt
In la. I. i:t:m t th. Vadi'a.' pedi
atrieiali ol 1h :-il.v udwrate i;
use after the child is .;,.tivi 1 of Ui
lliolhel s milk. A lormula. evolved (it
these pediatricians tlu"".ii oicrJ
r m n t j i f ion. Is as P;Mov:
From Sixth Week to Third Month.
.MI1U. i-vupnrnled ii ollnc
I. Inn- water :l nunecR
Milk suKnr ounce
Itotle.l waiter Vil oinc
Seven f. i ihnKS In tv'nty-fnur hours.
4 to I. ounces at three-heur Interval!
during the day iind four-hour lntervikj.r
From Third Month to Fifth Month.
Milk, evaporated 7H ouncn
l.lme wnter 3 ounce
Milk pugur 2 ouncei
rtolled water StiHounoet
Six feedlnRR In twenty-four hour;
5 to 6 ounces at thrce-lieur Interval
durlnfC the day and i feeding at It
From Fifth to Seventh Month.
Milk evaporated 10 ounoee
Lime water 3 ounce
Milk sugar I ounoa
Boiled water 2'.i ounoea
Five feedlnga In twenty-four hours;
6 to 7- ounces at four-hour Intervals,
the last feeding to he given lit 10 p, m.
From Seventh to Ninth Month.
Milk, evaporated u ounces
Lime water 3 ounces
Milk sugar 2 ounces
Boiled water 35 ounces
7 to 9 ounces at four-hour Intervals
during the day. Last feeding at tes
From Ninth to Twelfth Month.
Milk, evaporated ...IStfuacee
Lime water J ounces
Milk sugar t oucce
Barley water 14 ounces
I to 9 ounces at four-hour tatervals
during day. Last feeding at lea 4