SECOND SECTION Way The Mountaineer NE SVILLE . Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance oj The Great Smokv Mountains National Park gyEXTH YEAR NO. 33 Eighteen Pages WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1911 $1.50 la Advance 1m Haywood and Jackson Counth Looitnisir i Underwood sew rirm he Depot 1-..-J TJ-.T fen Are lmpwyeu j Company, 7 Trucks Are g Operated. week marks the formal rf the Underwood Lumber ply Company, at the depot, complete line of lumber, material, paint, fertilizer, Ud plumbing supplies. Underwood is owner and r of the new concern. firm is located across the front Eurgih Brothers in ding recently bought by W, and R. L. Lee, and remoo eled especially for the Underwood Company. The company has been operating some weeks, but have waited un till now to make their formal an nouncement after all stocks had been received. The two floors of the building have been packed with merchandise. Yesterday the second floor had more than 100 tons on it, while the first floor was loaded in every nook and corner. Faed, fertilizers, plaster, and cement are unloaded directly from the cars to the second floor, via a specially built runway. Lumber, fencing and pipe are kept on the first floor. Special driveways have been built into the first floor to allow trucks to drive in and load and unload. Mr. Underwood manufactures his Underwood Lumber and Supply Company Open Big Store r Fine Quality HARDWARE Builders' Supplies Farm Hardware Plumbing Supplies Fencing- Harness Tools Nails-Roofing BOUGHT ON LOW MARKET PRICES ARE RIGHT Underwood Lumber and Supply Co. DAVID UNDERWOOD, Owner jone 371 At the Depot I jy . ! f Mf 1 1 1 1 il s s i xf I II I t I . , 1:1 .... I U lil i 1 i .Vt: r" v i UU' ;iL JL I J x J , ",'' J 1 1 ' "'TT1' ' ' ' ' """ ' Shown here are the two entrances of Underwood Lumber and Supply Company on Depot Street at the depot. At the left is the sales room, where hardware, building material, paints, feed, fertilizers an 1 plumbing supplie, are sold. The door on the extreme right is the office. Shown standing out front are three of the 17 men employed by the firm. On the left is James Boyd, bookkeeper, center Is David Underwood .owner of the firm, and on the right is Jack Leatherwood, in charge of lumber sales. Photo by Shernll s Studio. J. C. Brown Calls Meet Of Executive Board of Agricultural Teachers J. C. Brown, state president of the Vocational Agricultural Teach era, . spent two days during th week in Raleigh, where he called a meeting of the state executive board to plan out the work of the group. Mr. Brown teaches vocational ag- IIUUILUIC III HIV Ml ... .1 1. ! was elected president of the state beni, oi kvio, spent me . group at their meeting this sum-j with Mrs. Chambers and family. Miss Fannie Wyatt, of Canton, ppent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Howard Wyatt. Allen's Creek News Mrs. Charles L. Pruett. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and chil dren and Mrs. Billy Owens, of Newport News, who have been vis iting relatives in this community, have returned home. E. K. Chambers and Guy Cham- mer, NO BATHS IN BETWEEN In Japan, during police examina tions, sometimes taking years, ap plicants are not permitted to take baths. Every American automobile man ufacturer, with one exception, now makes his motor cars with more space between the rear wheels than the front wheels to provide for ex tra room in the back Beat, reports Collier's. To keep leather storm boots in pood condition, the National Bu reau of Standards 'iwys that leath er boots should be periodically dressed with neBtsfoot oil or other recommended water-repellant drss ings. Canton Troop 4 Awarded Ribbon For Advancement Canton Troop 4 was awarded the August Advancement ribbon at the Haywood District Court of Honor which was held at the Clyde Metho dist Church Tuesday evening. Dis trict Chairman William Medford installed the reorganised Clyde Troop 9, which is sponsored by the- Clyde Parent-Teacher Association. The District Chairman presented Tenderfoot certificates to John Rhay Hardin, Harold Hayes, Paul Leatherwood, Lewis Rogers, Edwin Russell and Harry Stamey, Jr., all of Clyde Troop 9, and to Charles Leo Smith of Canton Troop 6. Troop Seven Committee Chair man W. l Lawrence promoted William Shields of Waynesville Troop two to the Second Class rank and Bill Riclieson of Waynes ville Troop two whs awarded a First Class Scout certificate by District Vice Chairman J. R. Sechrest. The Haywood District Commis sioner presented Merit Madge cer tificates to the following scouts: Jimmy Dean, of Canton Troop 1, Fingerprinting and Metal Work; Ralph Childrers of Canton TrOop 4, Life Saving; Phillip Moore of Canton Troop 4, Life Saving; Noel Sharp of Canton Troop 4, Bee Keep ing and Farm Home and Its Plan- . ning; Ted Whitted, Jr., of Canton Troop 4, Safety, Pioneering and Fathfinding; Wallace Knight of Canton Troop 6, Bookbinding and Handicraft; Jack Beardsley of Can ton Troop 6, Public Health; and Donald Swayngim, of Lake Juna luska Home Patrol 8, Civics. Troop Six Committee Chairman J. E. Henderson promoted Bob Gib son of Waynesville Troop two to the Star Scout rank. The Chairman of Advancement announced a new requirement for First Class Scout. lumber of yellow leaf Georgia pine at several sawmills in Georgia and hauls the lumber to his yard and plant here. In order to keep up with deliv eries and keep the supply of lum ber on hand, Mr. Underwood ope rates seven trucks. Mr. Underwood has named Dock Boyd, well known in the hardware, feed and fertilizer business in Haywood, as general manager of the firm. James Boyd is book keeper and Jack Leatherwood is in charge of lumber sales. In all, 17 men are employed by the company. In addition to the general busi ness, Mr. Underwood will continue his contract hauling as in the past. We Are Exclusive Haywood Dealers For NON-ALKALI FORMIN 0u If' Tn,iw,H,jWNmiJ NON-ACID fOBMIwT It Will Pay You To See Us For Your Needs In GST Underwood Lumber and Supply Co. II LI IE Phone 371 DAVID UNDERWOOD, Owner At the Depot The choir of the Allen's Creek Baptist church won first prize at the Farmers Federation singing convention. The choir will re ceive a set of song books and will make a trip to Swannanoa to com pete with other choirs and quartets. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Chambers and children, of Kyle, visited Mrs. Chambers' parents' Mr. and Wil liam Jordan, over the week-end. Misses Jennette and Maye Bell Ammons spent Sunday with friends in Canton. Vrott Page, Claven H, Pease and M. A. Harte, of Florida, are at their home on the Lickstone Mountain,- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Estes, of High Point, who have been spend ing a few days with relatives at Bryson City, spent Sunday "with Mr. and Mrs. John Estes before returning home; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Snyder and children, of Lenoir, spent Sunday visiting relatives in this community. Ralph Moody, of Washington, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Moody, has returned to resume his position. Mrs. George Hendricks and child ren will join Mr. Hendricks in Newport News where he is em ployed.,' . Annual Baptizing and Grave Decoration Held At Buchanan Cemetery The baptizing ceremony and grave decoration was held on Sun day at the Buchanan cemetery in the Allen's Creek section of the county, with between 150 and 200 present for the service. On Friday and Saturday previous the annual'cleari up days were held by the people of community. The cemetery was donated to the peo ple by Merri.t Buchanan. . ' ONE One of the obstacles of getting an education nowadays is rinding a place to park. Ohio State Journ al. . We are distributors for the well known line of ESHELMAN RED ROSE . Poultry and Livestock F E This is a moderately priced, quality line of feeds, backed by almost a century of feed manufacturing ex perience by the Eshelman organization. There Is An Eshelman Guaranteed Feed For All Dairy Poultry Livestock Come In And See Us For Your Feeding Requirements Underwood Lumber and Supply Co. DAVID UNDERWOOD, Owner Phone 371 At the Depot i I

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