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THE WAYNESVILI.E MOUNTAINEER.
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CAPACITY OF NASH LIGHT SIX tical of the newer styles in lighting
PLANT TO BE INCREASED fitments are those made of alumi-
300-350 CARS A DAY. Lm !,:.: iminm
and wrought iron, decorated in sub
'lued colors. The finish on the bet
ter styles is guaranteed permanent,
will not rust nor tarnish under any
conditions and never requires polishing.
Material expansion of the produc
tion capacity of the Nash Light Six
plant at Racine is under way. An
nouncement of this program, entail
ing the installation of over $600000
worth of additional equipment and
giving the plant a production ca- j
pacity of 300 to 350 cars a day, is
made by C. W. Nash, president off
ine .asn moior company. uoun-try-wide
demand for the Nash Light
Six, strongly emphasized since the
introduction of the present new se
ries, has kept the Racine factory in
an oversold condition for many weeks
past although the present production
at that plant is over 225 cars a day.
"It wat because of the demand for
many more cars than our present
capacity would allow that Mr. Nash
authorized expansion of the plant on
a scale that would be commensurate
with our requirements," said D. M.
Averill, general manager of the Nash
Light Six factory.
Definite orders have been placed
for practically all of the new ma
finery contemplated in the expansion
program; some of the equipment has
rJieady been installed and, it is ex
pected, that the entire installation
will have been completed in the next
sixty days. All departments in the
large Racine plant will be affected.
"Every item in the list of ma-hin-iiy
will be of the very latest and
most approved type of factory equip
ment known to the automobile in
rushy," says Mr. Averill. "This
Titfcmer with the present equipment
nil thoroughly modern, and installed
nly year and a half ago, will gvv
:1 P'iim which from the point of
inmlein equipment cannot be excelled
in the automobile industry either
hf le or abroad.
'The splendid reception with whipn
the Nash Light .Six has been met by
tile public is due, I believe, to the
iits'ainling quality we have been
:ible to build into this car became of
our unsurpassed production facil
ties" The Nash Light Six was intro
duced a ear ago last May. It was
! signed and built to meet the re
quirements of a large field of buyers
whose preference is for a motor
car, mod-rate in size and outstand
ing in quality. How well C. V. Nash
bad measured the extent of this
field for a car of that type is indi-
r:U; by the fact that practically at
no time since the first Nash Light
Six was sent to the loading dock for
shipment, has the factory been able
!o produce cars in volume sufficient
to meet the demand.
FREEMONT SL'MMEY DIES SUD
had suffered for a long time with
some affliction, which gave him ex-
have traveled nearly 10,000 miles and
to the Other aidd of tJia earth W
cruciating pain at time, but he was j Relieved for Wisconsin Lady. Waste , , . ,.Mt f.M
::J:..- t. j v' ul Tell nth,. MnMr irrtt.. " u araKl on . the veldt ouUide
Bloomfontein, South Africa. In this
far-off land the Oldsmobile will be
in no immediate bad health, in fact to Tel! Others. Bladder Irrita-
was better than he had been fori Uon The CauBe.
some time. He is naid to hav hand-!
ed some bread he was eating to his' Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Hillsboro, depended upon for transportation by
mother with the words, "I'm gone.'- "y she will tell or write any ronp of scientists during their
meet me in heaven." one how she was relieved by simple six-year search or additional data
The funeral was held at Arnold Iithiatd buchu (Keller Formula.) regarding the double stars in the
Plains church, and burial made on she says: "I had to get up nights Southern constellations.
Tuesday in Smathers' burial ground. o much. The irritation was so bad. The car was purchased by R. A.
He leaves his mother, father and I had to go to the hospital for eleven Rossiter, assistant professor of as- stay there making their observations.
several sisters and brothers to mourn weens, i improved some Dut was university oi inicu-
Th Enternrise Ptj.nds its not at all well. I beiran to take lean. Professor Rossiter Is accom-
railroad that connect these two points
there are signs warning the engineer
not to run his train faster than IS
miles an hour.
An observatory will be built on a
hill about ten miles from Bloomfon
tein. The city is 5,000 above sea
level and the hill ascends another
800 feet The Oldsmobile will be
the connecting link between the ob
servatory and the town during the
six years the astronomers expect to
Froemont. Summev. son of Mr. and his loss
Mrs. Chas. Summey, died suddenly ! heartfelt sympathy in this hour of Kthiated buchu. I feel fine today. Panying Professor W. J. Hussey, di-
at breakfast on Monday morning. He trial.
Qo them who dream
(by O. Lawrence Hawthorne
T uicb oil men nnM tindorcranrl
I wish they would jnore frequently
&s$KsSv rorsaKe tneir irenziea scnemes
sPf And foolish plans that look alone
SSvVK 10 warn monev-maKinir irnais
wish they knew the joy that dreams
tan bring to bless their souls.
The days of life so soon are done
That we should early find
The way that leads to happiness
Of heart and peace of mind;
And, though perhaps we must remain
Within our prison walls,
In dreams our spirits may be free
To go where gladness calls.
Oh, how the world today needs men1
Who wi;ely meditate!
In reverie are found those things
That make one truly great.
And, after all, there is no wealth,
No happiness supreme
Except the heavenly delight
That comes to them who dream.
Am tint-a m
TTERN NEWSPAPER UNION
Haven't taken medicine for two rector of the University observatory
months. Am still well. Gained 30 to Bloomfontein, which is the capital
pounds." of the Orange Fre'e State, South Af-
I Keller Laboratory, Mechanicsburg, rica' where they wiH set UP the lar-
Ohio. Sold by all druggists. Locally est tlw,C0P eyer erected n the
at Alexander's Drug Store. hemisphere.
I The Oldsmobile was driven to New
; AN OLDSMOBILE GOING TO York and then shipped last week via
SOUTH AFRICA. steamer to Capt Town. From there
the party will drive a distance of
All records of distance from the about 900 miles to Bloomfontein.
place of purchase to the home gar- This district resembles our 'Rocky
rage is believed to be broken by an Mountain section. Some idea of the
Oldsmobile Sales & Service Co. at hills and curves can be had from the
Fly-Tox the grown c'icickens and
chicken house against lice and mites.
CauMd by Biaridsr lrrittion ll Nature1
. C. R. Kitney. Ontono. N V. aayst
"Uthfatwl PMri-n Hr ' ir r-re for m
tnan all utb?r rfmJi ivmihineJ. Bottm
dayo I haJ almost a raiwtant ilenire wlUt
a tarrlbli biirnfnT nalim. Wuld b
bothered about hU 'Amid at night. WiU
tell or writa mr eri-rieniwyt, any one.
frn't tav anrifrr-if for tr.!. Too may
ret the Hhil or 'on.i ir-tl(oally to
aid naturo. T.l'hii'-'J bu-u. (Kaller
Formula.l . ucta on hlaii'ir m epaota
alta do on the b"-.'-'.!'. f'rivc out forelsn
matter. dMi-ea' ci-c;- -rlB. threby
The tablet con Z'- e t. . aru aw'.-
Ann Arbor, Michigan. The car will fact that along the narrow guage Laboratorj. Mechuuicsburs. Ohio.
Js.y Walker to Blame Tor
Half of the Deaths by Auto
ri.ASS SHADES rSEI) IN HOME '
-K-'innjr mnirnts ((luinncd uiih
Iccomtive glass shades is the latest
:!, development in home lighting, ,
""ni tur to Al.-irtin Klectric Co.
tl'iir u:.e Letter illumination is
''ni.i tnrough their e(Te
'-'nintr the light and
I T? recent perfection of nev. type '.
tK !rv lamps nr bulbs that ars '
fi"v ?i d inside resulted in greater '
.! ;,r .. . t i i .
.iiih.-.o.i oi i;i;.it anl the elimination
ll,m Klare. Since thi , new
1-mp is being used so gener-
'! 'offmng influence
teet in sof
Pedestr ion CbrAned
1 yr ,
727 of 1390 Auto fatalitieslastyear
were directly dueto pedestrian's fault
1 vv; "yjMJsreR.
Jay ev diking
TSWAKr-WARKCIt AUTOMOBILE BAFkTY fMVUCIL
''X-i's in residential iight
: g ri'.ments are either equipped with
.'haib s or provision is made .,o that
shades may be added. Of the .-ever-,
a! styles of shades available, the
mn-.t popular is the Cremax type, in
ar.tiiiujd iridescent finish, says Mar-'
i n Electric Co. J
Among the most popular and prac-!
JyfjAN a motorist wl.ose ear lins tlgured In 11 fatal accident will be nhle '
10 present a clear sheet to Snlnt Peter when his time conies, when one ,
.-on!,), rs all 11, e eonirihnting fa.'tors outside of the driver's own fault. A total I
" ' tat. miles on record with the Stewart-Warner Safeiv Co
1 f iiuioinobile aeeldeiits,
li.at In 7'.'7
unci! for the
covering a period of seven months.
ses the fault was clearly the pedestrian's' and cannot
ii! the ilrlver. the weather or unavoidable cireuinstnnees.
:!, pedestrian's footsteps lend him to the grave by six distinct
1 lie Safety Council, and the most travel-worn of these Is lay-
Mxty two per cent of the 727 outo .fatalities Just referred to were due
'il! aCrOSS llOSV Streets Without lllt tha lntareMI,nD CI, II .1
pia.vh - ;n the streets was responsible for 31 per cent and coasting for another
8 per lit. Confusion on the part of the pedestrian, not hearing whistles and
turni: - l,:,, u in his tracks, brought nbout 9 per cent of these 727 deaths, while
phj si. -ai disability and Intoxication rate 3 and 2 per cent respecilvely
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New Fabric Colors, Weaves and Patterns
The Best Selected Display of New Fall Fabrics Ever
Assembled by this Store. We Welcome You to Come and
View Them Soon
The Smartly Dressed Man Wiff Welcome
Each r.em Shewn is Especially New and Extremely Choice.
A Display of Articles that Every Well-dressed Man will
Delight in Choosing Frora.
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!S FAST DEVELOPING INTO WAYNESVILLE'S MOST ATTRACTIVE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT. GRADING WORK IS BEING CARRIED ON RAPIDLY
AS POSSIBLE, AND IMMEDIATELY UPON THE COMPLETION OF THIS WORK
Cement Sidewalks, Cement (Curbing and Gutters, Improved Street, Water, Lights, Sanitary Seweraee
WILL BE PLACED ON PROPERTY. OUR ASSOCIATES, A GROUP OF WAYNESVILLE'S MOST PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS MEN, JOIN US IN GUARANTEEING
THESE IMPROVEMENTS JUST AS QUICKLY AS THEY CAN BE PUT IN CONSISTENT WITH GOOD CONSTRUCTION.
Our pnees are far below existing prices of simikf property, and are based for a normal development. We want to appeal to home builders and co operate in every way
In the short time we have been offering WANOCA HILLS property our sales have been most satisfactory, and several of these lots have been sold for the purpose
nf building homes immediately.. If you will take advantage of our pre-developmnt offer you are sure of an extreme enhancement in value. Do not fail to investigate at
this Office.' : '' '.: ' , ' , '.J
P1IMX DEVELOPMENT CORPQRAT.