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Contrast Oldsmobile performance with that of any car
you know. Check it for acceleration, for smoothness,
power, flexibility, comfort, braking.
Give it the most severe test you can think of. Then
you will agree with thousands of others that
Oldsmobile performance lifts it far above itb price class.
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Your New Home Is On!y As Good
As The Materials You Use
Naturally you ire building your Heme to last for years. And
you want it to look good always. Ihen specify lumber
and other standard building materials. We have them
To Co NO1RR0S
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Phone 118 Main St
. SOMEBODY PAYS THE TAXES
DiacuMing mnnicipa! ownership of
utilities H. E. Tober of th Inter-.
)tUi PtOli , Senrlc Compter oi
Indiana, says:
"As to the claim that the municipal
government can finance at lower
coata than 'nrivsta iiwluafi-v tiTuiirk
the mediurr of tax-exempt ecuritiej,
the injustice and evil of such exemp
tions' are becomine so flagrant and ao
apparent that it is not to be believed
that the public will tolerate this con
dition much longer."
It takes just so much money to run
the government, whether it be naj
tional, state or municipal. Where a
utility is municipally owned and
therefore tax-free, the immense sums
of money which it would pay to the
city in taxes, must be made up by
general taxation often falling heavi
ly on those who get no direct bene
fit from the utility
FROM SWADDLING CLOTHES TO
TROUSERS.
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Waynesville Methodist Church.
Rev. T. F. Marr, D. D., Pastor
Sunday School at 9:45 Hugh J
Sloan, Superintendent.
PreuchiLg every Sunday at 11 a.
and evening 7:30.
Epworth League at 6:30 Mrs
Glenn Leatherwood, President.
The Woman's Missionary Society
meets in the church parlor the sec
ond Tuesday in each month at 8:00
P. M. Mrs. P. W. TurJiT. PivL1nf
Presbyterian Church.
S. ii. Crockett, Paslor.
Sunday Services:
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:80 p. m.
Hazvlwood Presbyterian Church
B. Frank Yandell, Pastor.
I'reaching every Sunday mornlnz
except 2nd Sunday at 11a. m.
Sunday Si-hool, L. M. Richeson
Superintendent, 9:45 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Kvoning services 7 p. m.
The public is cordially invited.
Allcn'K ( reek Itautlnt Clmrrh
Allen Crenk Bapti&t Church, Every
Sunday.
Hizelwood Baptist Church
Kev. . I'. McCracken, I'astor.
Preaching every first and third Sun
day at 11 A. M. and 8 P.JI.
Methodist Church. Clyde-Lake Juna
luHka Charce.
Rev. Frank Siler, Pastor.
ijikc Junaluska, freaclimg every
2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a. m.: 1st
and Ilrd Sundays at 7:30 p. m.
Epworth League meeting every
Sunday evening at both places.
At Clyde, 1st and 3rd Sundays a
11 a. m.; 2nd and 4th Sundays at
7:30 p. m.
Sunday school al 10 a. m. at both
places.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 n.
m. at Long's Chapel and Clyde.
We will welcome you to any or all
of these services. 1
Services at baptist Church.
Rev. C. T. Tew, Pastor.
9:45 Sunday Sahool.
11:00 Worship and Sermon.
6:30 P. M. B. Y. P. U.
7 :.'!() P. M. Preaching.
You are cordially invited to wor
fliip with us in all these services.
Weflnesday.
7:."0 P. M. Prayer Meeting.
The Royal Ambassadors will meet
! the first and third Wednwtdnv of
each month at 3:30 p. m.
Outside the realm of fancy there
is nothing in 'modern science so
amazing as the rapid development of
radio. It has jumped overnight from
swaddling clothes into trousers and
in four years has passed through the
field of adventure to a public utility
of importance, and a social force that
permeates every part of our daily
life.
Largely employed as a medium of
entertainment in the beginning, it is
now being used by the schools to ed
ueate, by the police in apprehension
of crimnals, for speedy location of
missing people, weather reports, gui
dance of ships, etc.
It has enabled the President of the
United States to address approxi
mately all the people at one time.
International relations have been
brought closer, and at home it has
done much to create a sense of na
tional solidity, even in. the most re
mote settlements.
THE SERVICE OF THE FOURTH
STATE.
To the fact that the newsnaoers of
tnis country now are cordially enlkt
ed in the war against fire waste, thprr.
is abundant testimony of the directest
Kind. et indirect proof of a chantred
attitude also is not wanting. This
can be found, for instance, in the
growing frequency with which tha
great metropolitan journals, in re
porting an outbreak, have been at
pains to nose out cause. Over tho
past five years, especially, this tend-
ency to diacow and make known in
every case the origin rf 4
has been apparent to thoat who are
engaged in opening up the road to
wards fire-safely. It has twenm. .
helpful beam of light thrown
a way illuminated by far too' I
rays of hope. " ' '
Repeated revelation of unu .-j
effect cannot fail in time to stamp
upon the public mind the truth ti..
every blaze has its source. tW ,;.
source is usually avoidable; and that
fire is a stroke of unhicky fate, mys
terious and inescapable, almost never.
A TELEPHONE NATION.
The telephone is rapidly usurping
the position formerly held by tho
telegraph in control of trains and
transmission of railroad business.
Train orders are now beinz trans.
mitted by telephone on more than 64
per cent of the railroads of the country.
Not only are telephone being used
for transmission of train orders, but
telephone stations are being installed
on many roads at each signal bridgo
and siding, and are connected with
adjacent interlocking or block sta
tions, so that almost constant com
munication can be had by train crews
with headquarters.
Many railroads have also DroviHerf
means by which observation cars on
certain trains are connected with the
city telephone service, so that a pas
senger up to the time the train
leaves the station, may coromunicato
with any point in the city.
Gold Medal Field Seed and Bur
pee's Garden Seed at Hyatt & Co.
Put in City Water
The many advantages of having city
water can hardly be reckoned in dollars and
cents.
Your house your garden your lawn
your barn or your garage will be bene
fited in many ways by having city water.
Perhaps you think the expense will be
too great. But let us furnish you an estimate,
free of charge, and then you will know definite
ly how little it costs to have this convenience.
We do ah kinds of
lepair work also.
MILLER
Plumbing, Tinning and Renting
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BILLIARDS not
only requires and
therefore develops
steady nerve, hut it
traina the eye, im
proves the judgment
nd keeps one fit boch
physically and men
tally. The facjjitic that
vre have provided for
the enjoyment of this
fascinating game are
the finest. Here you
may cn.ioy billiards
where the atmonphere
Is wholesome and the
equipment is perfect
billiards at its best.
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AC!-.T;:'ics.rry h.n ccl of l:;n j, seed,
c:'-:i-L.v.ov, etc., ijuin irbm Low Yir!din?
crt s, because there are more pounds to
sliare the Cost.
of Fertilizers for High Yields of Cotton,
tobacco, Corn, etc.
1 :'! inrvrs' Factory has large capacity, lo
c.ii. a on three railroads and deep water,
and can give prompt shipment.
has the reputation
of producing the Best Fertilizer that can
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1 1 (Materials in Car lots a Specialty
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ACME BILLIARD PARLOR
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Waynesville, N. C
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nearest to you, or writs
us direct for prices,
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