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-1 THURSDAY, OCTOBBB U IMS
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEEH
Tbe Carolina Moantalneer
979 Main Street
Wm. A. BAND, Editor-Owner
DupUy Advertising Rater
Forty Cent per co umn inch.
Subscriptions payable in advance
(f2.B0 if not so paid)
1 Year 12.00
6 Months 100
3 Months 50cta
Entered at the post office, at
Waynesville, N. C, as Second
Class Mail Matter, as provided
under the Act of March 3, 1879,
November 20, 1914.
The article concerning Mr. C. W.
Miller, which occurred in last weekV
issue of the Mountaineer, unavoida
bly left out the name of one of his
popular daughters, Mrs. D. D-ayton
Terry, who lives in Chester, S. ('.
Mrs. Perry spends several weeks
each year with her father, and she
has a host of friends in Waynes vil'c.
PROGRESSIVE ADMINISTR -TION.
PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY
THE ANURKAN I'KFSS sr:. I
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. I92o
AN IMPORTANT MEETING.
The eet-to-eether 1 a-ioupt and
meeting to be held on next Wednes
day night will probably be the mojt
important gathering of the kind ever
held in Waynesville.
A campaign is to be mapped oat
for raising between twenty-five and
fifty thousand dollars for the Board
of Trade budget.
A president and board of directors
has already been elected and theie
i- a great determination upon the
part of nearly every tax payer and
progressive citizen of Waynesville to
'jut Waynesvine on h map" by an
advertising campaign such as is be
ing done by all cities.
That a full time secretary-treasurer
who is an advertising expert
and promoter is absolutely essential
ii the universal opinion and it is
pointed out by those who have had
much experience along this line that
a man not connected in any manner
oi form with the business life of this
community should be selected. In
other words; a stranger, one who ha.i
no axe to Krind and who will he
hired to work for Waynesville a:id
not himself. He should not be con
nected with any other business as c
side line. And it would be best n t
to hire a man because of relatives
or friends in the community.
A secretary-treasurer of the Way
nesville Board of Trade will not
have an easy position. If he is suc
cessful in creating a spirit of co
operation am .ng the civic leaders, '
he will have ;.ccomplished a grca!
Waynesville has one of the mr.sr
progressive administration of any
city in North Carolina. New streets;
new white way system; additional
acreage added to the watershed nr.d
many other things all looking to tin
future growth of Waynesville.
Praise where it is deserved is al
ways in order and every fair minded
citizen will agree with the str le
nient that our Mayor and Board of
Aldermen are giving this city a real
piogressive public spirited and ca p
able administration. Mayor J. H.
Howell, Aldermen Frank W. Miller
S. H. Jones and W. T. Shcitor.
IF SATISFIED, STEP OUT.
The pessimist who has made his
money and is not interested in mak
ing any more should hoard his funds,
and retire to gloat over them. He
would then be out of the other fa'
low's way who did have ambitiext
enough to help prosperity and pros
terity by helping build up his com
Therefore, in obedience to the proc
lamation of the Governor, I ask all
school officials and teachers in Hay
wood county to formulate this week
a program of exercises to last through
the week of October 4th to 10th that
will bring the matter of fire preven
,!on and hazard to the attention of
school children and through their
parents and friends. These exer
cises may take a variety of turn
according to local conditions. The
period set aside for the opening ex
ercises may be largely taken up,-r.f-ter
a short preliminary, with talks
on fire risks, forest fires, accident:
prevention, reading, speeches, and
the like, all looking to the education
of the children in the very essential
details of fire pervention and the
escape of accident hazards.
This is a matter of no small im
portance, and as was stated in the
meeting last Saturday in Vayne.-
ville, the teaching of fire prevention
is in our curriculaum by legislative
act, and we cannot avoid the respon
sibility if we desired to do so.
Let every teacher in the county
make next week one of vast impor
tance to every child in the county
in learning not only the routine of
lessons that naturally come along,
but in learing something about fire
losses and fire prevention and acci
dents that will be worth much in
years to come.
Wm. C. ALLEN, Superintendent
Haywood. County Public Schools.
Enable Dyspeptics to Mt whatever
they with. Csibm food to assimilate.
NoorWi the body, ghr. appetite.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK TO BE
OBSERVED IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
To school officials and teachers of
In accordance with a proclama
tion of the Governor of North Car
olina, next week, October 4 to 10 in-
lusivo, is designated as Fire Pre-
ention Week. I wish to call atten-
ion to the Governor's proclamation
A Proclamation by the Governor.
The State of North Carolina has
for years led in efforts to reduce fire
waste and its attendant loss of life
and property. October 4th to loth
inclusive has been designated as F;re
Prevention Week throughout the
United Mates, and I appeal to our
itizenship who are so familiar w'th
destruction of fire to become vitally I
interested in this great economic
The fire loss in the United States
last year (1924) was more than fifty
millions of dollars with more then
17,000 persons killed and vastly
larger number crippled and maimed
for life. North Carolina's share ir.
MISSES DENTON AND
Misses Eleanor Bushnell and Fran
ces Denton were joint hostesses to
six tables of bridge at the home of
the latter, Thursday afternoon.
The home was artistically deco -ated
with a profusion of early fall
flowers. The color scheme of yellow
and white was effectively carried out
in the score cards and the dainty
salad and ice course.
Those enjoying Misses Bushnell's
and Denton's hospitality were: Misses
Nora Ashton, Eleanor Garrison, Janie
Love Mitchell, Caroline Ashton, Brax
ton Kirk, Fannie Neal, Isabel'e
Davis, Thomasine Howell, Tibby Hur
din, Mag Francis, Elizabeth Quinlan,
Dorothy Thomas, Josephine Thomas,
Elizabeth Smathers, Lucy Tate, and
dings to cylinder
walls tor hours or
days or weeks, if
need be. Whether
your engine is run
ning or not, a good
oil must stay on the
job ready to lubri
cate at the. first
move of the motor.
Here's one that
tOa MOTOR 0.115
'Based on over
50 years' experience
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLI
Carolina, Haywood County
In the superior Court.
H. B. Edwards ,
The defendant, Florence Edwards
above named, will take notice that
an action entitled as above has been'
commenced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina, i
i this loss was more than five million
In connection . ith the Ronrd nfi three hundred and twentv thnnuml
dollars with 343 lives and hundrcor
of our people maimed. It is well
known that carelessness and igno
rance of fire hazard go hand in han 1
ar. the chief causes of our great NA-
instend of so many different ' TIONAL BONFIRE,
and societies not only anions I, therefore, urge that the week of
Trade with the ( - operation of tlic
tmnisteiial associati i. w t s-l-.m l n ive
a good functioning ( .nimunity chest
pr associated charities branch.
We f!:ould have the women's in -
- , t- "y tie plaintiff tor the purpose ot
Wilda Crawford, Mesdames Joe Liner. obuinimj. an absoiutc divorce fror.i
Curtis Logan, Jr., John Swift, Jr. ar.djthe defendant on statutory grounds:
and the said defendant will further
take notice that she is required to
appear before the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of said County on the'
ztth day of October, lZ5. at the
U. D. C. MEET.
R. N. Barber will be host.-ss
to the Haywood Chapter of U. D. C.'i court house in said county of Hay
at her home Friday, Oct. 2. All mem
bers of the chapter are urged to be
present as chapter has importnn.
business to transact.
the men, but
womc.i October 4th to
10th be set aside as
Week in accordance-
mould Fire Prevention
them all into one splendid ro-nnerat- with Section 6080 of the Consolidated
JIMMY REED ENTERTAINS.
Friday night Jimmy Reed enter
tained several of his friends with a
delightful dance and weiner roast.
On the lawn was a very unique cain-
j fire where the guests assembled and
i roasted marshmallows and weiner?
Those enjoying Mr. Reed's hospi
tality were: Misses Eleanor Gar
rison, Virgina Garrson, Edith Man-
gum, Mary Barber, Dorothy
wood, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for tht
relief demanded in said complaint.
C. A. HAYNES,
Clerk Sunerinr Court nf Hnvwnnd
County, By Nannie Persons, Deputy
This the 23rd day of September, 1925.
j Grace Hipps, F.lizabeth Smathers,
i TiMiv Hardin. Caroline Ashton. and
'Statutes, which provides that the Lunelle Davis, Messrs. Douglas
.u should be Governor of North Carolinn shall, each , r);l(K,.tt, Noble Ferguson, Mel".n
(year in October, issue a proclama- u,,vvs Roiand RtnUi Harry Rothrli
and farmers tion urging the people to a proper , ii,,,,. -vi, i n.ii t v
should and probably will he lirou;K observance; I :,,assiPi Jr w'illiam Garrison, Sin!
in closer and more friendly contact. , During this week I also urge that ' Welch. Bob Hardin, Lee Davis, J. P.
The advertising ot Waynesville tr. tin- drills he held in schools, fncton"!
get tourists here is very import, in., and stores, anil that they he enn-
but of far greater importune
And the mediants
should tinucd at regular intervals
! rancis, Jr. and Henry Cox.
I MEETING OF ALUMNAE OF
also that exit facilities are sufficient
in case of fire;
i The local authorities examine their
be that of entertaining them afi'r
' they have arrived. This will be an
other duty of a full time secretary
He would probably promote tenr.is
courts, horse shoe pitching contests,
revise the baseball teams, create
parks and flower beds on unsightly
vacant lots: provide benches for
tourists and the many other things fire ordinances and make them suf
to necessary in a successful tourisi ficient if they are lacking'in any par
tpmmunity nnd pivii i :i he mayU ticular.
; ble to revive the anni i county f.'iir.' To this end I urge our citizens to
--Fifty thousand dollars is a small thoroughly co-operate with our In
6um of money to accomplish all the surance Department, and that every
things necessary, but i rhiul l r:o iVr Mayor issue a proclamation. I cain-
, to put Waynesville on the very top estly request the co-operation of ev
rung of tourist prosperity. cry citizen. Chamber of Commerce,
s We should realize that in su Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis and Women's
scribing for memberships in the : Clubs, and all other civic bodies and
Board of Trade that it is not a do-j the press. As October 4th comes on
nation, but a safe investment t Sunday I especially appeal to the
with sure nnd safe interest. Ea.h Clergy and Sunday School Superin
membership should be at least twei- tendents to bring this to the atttn-ty-five
dollars and there are many ( Urn of their people.
who will take two or three hund-eJ Now, therefore, I, A. W.
NORTH CAROLINE COLLEGE
Tin' schools, theatres, church"',
pub'ie Mid private hospitals and in
stitutions, factories, store and hotels, .
be inspected to see that every safe-: On Saturday, Oct. third, at 3. CO
guard against fire is provided, and o'clock at Mrs. Nannie Persons in
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION NO
State of North Carolina, County of
Haywood In the superior Court,
u. . steuber
The defendant Inez Steuber will
take notice that an action entitled as
Lane, above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, to secure a divorce
absolute; and the said defendant will
further take notice that she is re-
oured to appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
County in the Court House in Way
nesville, North Carolina, on the 3rd
day of November, 1925, and answer
or demur to the complaint in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded l)
U. A. HAYNES,
Clerk Superior Court of Haywood
County, By Nannie Persons, Deputy
This the 23rd day of September,
1925. Oct 22-s-WBF
Every foot of earth in Wayncs-
grille that advances in price is that
touch more money for the owner
whether the land is sold or not. Ar.d
la rye property owners are the ones
who profit most. In many section
"'.of the United States double taxation utes of North Caorllna.
Governor of North Carolina, in ac
cordance with law, do issue this my
proclamation, and I do set aside and
designate October 4th to 10th, 1925,
as Fire Prevention Week and do urge
all the people to proper' observance
of this week in obedience to the tat-
assessment are made on unimproved
property and greatly reducted on im
Another thins is that we do not
lave to get behind lh. city adminis
tration becanae they tr- vary pro
motive; but we shoal-l back thorn
v and co-operate with tlieui. We
mot expect them tc Co it all with-
v : encotmy ememV,
"tend the meeting.
Done at our City of Raliegh, this
the 18th day of September, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand nine
hundred and tewnty-five, and in the
one hundred and fiftieth year of oar
ANGUS W. McLEAN,
By the Governor
Charles H. England,
Waynesville there will be a meeting
of the Haywood County Alumnae As
sociation of the North Carolina
College for Women. The meetir.g
will he in charge of the chairman.
Every alumna within reach is urgi'd
to attend this meeting.
In the history of North Carolina
College October 5th has become al
most sacred as the date when the
college first opened its door under
the leadership of the late Dr. Char'et,
D. Mclver. All work is suspend d
on the campus and appropriate ex
urclses are held. The alumnae take
an important part, many of them re
turning to the college for the oc-a-
This year ail over the state meet
ings ox me local alumnae associa
tions are to be held during Foui:d
er'a Day week. Literally from the
mountains to the sea, and outside the
state, alumnae will be meeting to
gether, honoring their alma mater,
and enjoying fellowship of one a.i
A somewhat unique program has
been prepared for all the associa
tions. Messages "broadcasted" by
letter will be read from members of
the .faculty Preident Foust, Vice
President Jackson, Miss Coit, Dean
Cook, Dean Wade R. Brown, Miss
Mendenhall, Mies Boddie, Mr. Forny,
each message telling something
about the college life. 7
Every alumna it cordially invited to
Ud Says Her Back "Hart Night
and Day" Least Noise Up
set Her. Better After
Wlnfield, Texas. "My back hurt
night and day," aaya Mrs. C L.
Eason. of R. P. D. 1, this place. "I
ached and ached until I could hard
ly go. I felt weak and did not feel
like doing anything My work waa
a great burden to me. I Just hated
to do up the dishes, even. I waa
no-account and extremely nervous.
"My mother had taken Cardul
and she thought it would do me
good, so she told me to take' it.
My husband got me a bottle and I
began on It I began to improve at
once. It was such a help that I
continued it until alter the baby's
"I took eight tottles and I can
certainly say that it helped ' mo.
It la a fine tonic. It built me up
and seemed to strengthen me. I
grew lass ' nervous and began te
sleep better. s ,
I eaa certainly recommenl
Cardul to expectant mothers, for to "
me It was a wonderful help. ... In
every way I felt better after taking
It and t think it Is a splendid medl -cue."
: Cardul Is purely rentable, ;and '
contains no harmful drugtr
Tor sale everrahere. - NC-1M
Dresses and Coats
THAT SHOW THE MODES FOR
Fall and Winter
Await Your Inspection
We anticipate a visit for we are
Show You Our Many Lines
Don't take chances on colds. Buy a
Sweater we have a full stock for all
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In fact, everything for all the family.
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that tba finest driving snow or tain cannot sift nndtr them.
Best roof for country buildings, because they're safe from all the elements.
.They'll last as long as the building.
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Plumbing, Tinning and Heating
Phone 104 Church St.
12 used cars now on hand
must be sold. A car for
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COME AND SEE
The . New Overland
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" Reduced Prices.
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