Opportunity's Empire-Waynesville Altitude 2,850 Feet-Unsurpassed Natural Resources For the Location of Manufacturing Industries
Volume XXXVII. Number 12
Waynesville, llnywmd County, North Carolina, Thtinlay, March lit. 1!)25
$200 o Year in Advance
Sec. thumb ji com.iQQQy
si s;is meetinc . ;:.
douse hard sirfaced uow
TO J A( SON ( ) V V LINK.
U,: Tile-day r.'ght, March 17
o'clock irtiitc ;i number of tin
llOi-: (if t llf Coo.lfcdou - i-i
in the (!: ecu To i Room fe,
, f : ;t ha v ,ng
I ll j.IV i
Ernest L. Withers
..'isus- the t-lVaii-s of -.
Two ihw members Me-s
worth ami Han. I c-
i1' ;ng called unou ''in -
!. N Shnolbii'd then
c.-tiug ami humorous
M i l ' II in In till' old
lb- o'li. .I HCc a
i' ; -:.lat. M . .1
;i: -!!. I.
. I t 'i! k
unit i v.
Dm k- ,
Purchase i :
l.iant a! U'avt:
move t lie mil!-;
Dr. W. I.. Kirknati iel
; a i' i" ' d iio-..:lal
discuss and a public
will he inaugurated at :
'The conmii t e nn
i i: v. ii r Company as e.l
mated . to h"lp e-talili
o wax to nay up
blr. A rising voti
l ear.y ila' .
Still. ! -t
ail who had
h t!le .'lit
com ni t ; e ;
Resolutions wore unanimously
favor of a hard surfaced
i" Cnampion Kibre
' .1'.' aait at i-isiii l to
t Sunburst 1 Va-
)'es i!lt- was n.a.li yesterday afternoon
bv the Sum-risl Lumber Company, of
which Arthur J. Stephens, of Phila
i e'phia, Pa., is president.
Puivii.-se was also made of the nar
row gauge railroad trom the Cham
pion Fibi Cojirpany, operating be- ?-'lvt'n
tween WaynesvUle and Cataloochee, a
distance of about 14 miles. The road
it to be made into a standard gauge adopted in
railway and 10 miles of additional road from Wavnesville to Balsam
trackage will be laid in the near fu- or Jackson county line. And a coin
ture. Tiro railroad will reach the mittee appointed to protest against
W),00O or more acre's of foardwood tearing up the road between Way
timber owned by the Suncrest iajm- nesville and Canton during the tour
ber Company in the Cataloochee sec- ist season or July and August.
t:on. It is understood that three- Other imnortant matters were div
ouarteis of a million dollars will be cussed and the following members
expended by the company in buTdinj registered as being present:
the new trackage and in moving and p. c Duckworth, N. M. Medford,
enlarging the .milks, r. C. Logan. R. L. No'land, M. Theo.
The saw mills at Sunburst employs McCracken, E. J. Hyatt. R. H. Black
ground i00 men. It is expected that well, C. W. Miller, Jr., Rufus Siler,
the mills will be in operative! in Oliver Shelton, R. L Prevost, Wm G.
Wayne -vilie witr, n a few month and Francis, L. M. Killian, W. S. I.ampkMi.
that from 100 to (iOiJ men will be John N. Shoolbrcd. F. W. Miller, A.
employed, Some 200 will be used in W. Mead, Chas. E. Quinlan, L. M.
the mills and from 00 ,o 400 in the Richeson, J. R, Hipps, C. H. Ruy,
i-oods. Tho monihly payroll will run James W. Reed, Hugh J. Sloan, E. I.,
a our d ot.000, it is Mated. Tit plant Withers, John F. Bass. P. H. Walker,
purcl ased from ihe Crifcmpion Fibre Geo. H. Ward, W. T. Shelton. Wm.
Company is located en the ;id of A. Band.
The purchase prise of the -mail THE DEATH OF MISS SALI.IE
iln- Mi'tfiodist I'liurcb. i'io
LiKm. I'o-'. Nn. -IT. a.'
ja iianipi't . which was bnu'ely a'.lr i
I i'.I bv the 1 1 1 1 i i i b r. The long tab)
!uc:c ileeuiate:! in spring inw r-, ai d
mu-ii- was fariiisliefl throughout :
si- v ii;' of the dinner.
liivoe.it. on was ni'iil'.' i v K v S. !i.
o.'Kiit. 'hi' chaplain.
T'-e ivifiiig Commander,
l oalf. who has given such
t'lVl'l' 'o I'll' Legion 'III'
tollll ni' olliee. t . i-s li t t-.l the
li. i'i's, w ho ar as follows:
'omii'.i' iln , ( apt, .1 tile I '. !
ii r 'nitiaiau'le:'. t 're-t ( i
djutant, L'i K MC e.
Finance (Mlic'iT. (iradv I!"
Si -.a ; -at rms. ( ; i!i it
s. i v.-,. nili i V. . Cobl,
Ml. .1. II. Way, l
saei .1 ' .'it's.
iliU I. '((
Rev. Albert New, who has been Rector of "Grace Church In The
Mountains" for about ten years.
C UVKCi TO HK(;1V!'" AI'KIL lT.-Ol'K IN(J MOTHER IS (.ONE.
CIM K( !l.
Memorial to the E S
if Haywood County."
K. Crockett. "The End,
aeople in and around
vas sorry to learn of lb
S: Iciom will ih,. U'.,v v." . ..... ' :. ... - I
sicians and musu- lover 'uk such ta
opportunity of enjoying a rare treat Creek
... ,3 ln I0.. ,nem )f Ml:; Maiv NlHman whii.h ,1(.l.u,rN)
on April 1,, when the Mus.c Depart- M,iu,. M .,.), u io.r. .,. ,:
Way, "The Orig n
ment ol the Woman's Clu'.i will pre- at he
sent -Miss (.ertrude Courtney, dra
matic soprano with Mrs. N. H. Cwyi'
The proceeds will be used for the
benefit of the club house .mil.
Some Press Notices.
.Mile. Demongeot of the Opera i!.s- Mrs. I' i V
covered in Miss Courtney a superb and 1 .
dramatic soprano voice, of rar? qual- and (lau.i e
uy. magnincent range and powerful Funeral
on Allen's CricK. Mi
il' years, tl months anil S
it her death. She is sur-
i a husband, Mr. N N, Nai
I 8 klii'd'en, the e" being Mis.
Fred .J-i-lc-nn. Mvs. John Rus
Miss ' '. n.Ti of AMen'
. .il i k ot Sw .,.1 ( iui:t .
Dr: iy, Home -, Henry
:;!! of Allen's 'ei k.
.0,-1-,.., ....... ...1 1
I-. "... r cuiriurLi 1
purpose .of the American Legion."
Major .1. Harden Howell. "Ilcmin
'sconces of the World War."
Informal talks were also made by
Th" Post which is aetive'y imev-i-te
l in all civ;e matters, is fostering
ih" ii .a of a bund for the town.
Much enthusiasm is antic'pated f.r
the coming year's work under the
leadeiship of Cnpt. Edwards, as he
has had wide experience. Capt. Ed
wards has served in every capacity
f'on a Buck Private to a Captain,
w'th the exception of Second Lieuten.
ant. He first entered the service of
line of i.a' 1: :e-i ' a held
!::-: I tan; i-1 1 11 , e I . on Marcn
U. i: i'-i mat ives from several
"' 1 be .louche- of Haywood Caunty
Baptist Association were pies nt and
look nar: in a splended jirograni that
had been prepared with reference to
thr wmk cf our denomination fo- this
1 Riv. U. I,. Kan.lolph, one of the
enlistment men for Western North
Carolina presided over thr meeting.
Rev. I.. I!. White, President of Hay
wood Institute, brought a go id mes
sage on Christian Education. At the
eleven o'clock hour Rev. ("real, pay
tor of the First Bantis'. n.rrh of
Bryson City slioke on the (In at Cam
mission and .stirred the hearU and
filled the peojile with a detai min.i
ticn to do more this year to help
tcne. She obtrfjned ne most re-. 'Wednesday at The Union Star chinch Unc'f Sam during the Spnlsh-'Anie'-- out-tha. program tho Great
niBikablc results, both in point of by Rev. K. Allen. Many friends and 'can War, leaving here with the. coir- Commission than they have ever done
view of singiiiR and of diction, which relatives paying their last tribute to pany under Capt. W. J. Hannah. He before. ,
hand mill here and the railroad was
said to be around $IOC,000 The Sun
uc.st Company is a $5,000,000 cor
poration. Waynesvflle people are optimistic
over the future outlook of the town.
The coming of this large company will
mean a big boost for this immediate
The greatest summer season in the
history of Wayneville is expected
moifover were) universally recog- the departed. She was laid to rest :n
nized by the Paris press after the the Massie cemetery to wait till the
concert given by the pupils of the Resurection Morn. She profes-i'd
American Conservatory in Paris, fajt, j,i (hnist Jesus about :t0 v.a s
where a remarkable success proved ago and lived faithful until the end.
the value of this young singer and She told her husband and children
where she gained a brillwut, first not tjo weep for mother was going to
prize for operatic singing. Let us add rest I
she possesses good stage pro- Written by her husband L' d uigiu.'is
the discovery of which she owes j , tH?Yl.
served three years in the Philippines. At ni..m the women of the chin '1
He was 011 the Mexican border foi -"'ivi .' a bo.:..t,lful di' ,! an t all
N months and served in the Wo'ld enjoyed not only the dinner, but them-
April (',, 1917. to April
this year by E. L. Withers, Secretary .1 short illnesi
of the Waynesville Board of Trade, sister of Mrs
nr.d other business and civic leaders.
Preparations are being made to ac
commodate an influx of tourists.
Plans are being made to org&nize
a municipal band. The movement has
the support of public officials of her home in Chattanooga
Waynesville and the public generally, same years.
Jule Edwards, of tho; Waynewood Funeral services were held Satin
Theatre, will be in charge of the bar.-!, lay afternoon at three o'clock, Pi
Til following taken fioni the C.as-'o-'a
naner will be icail with much
'eeret bv the many friends of Miss
Snl'it Moore, who has been a fro
,uent visitor in Waynesville as tbe
euest of her sister, Mrs. 1.. M. W"h n.
'I'd h.r niece, Mrs. J. F. Abel:
Miss Sallie Moore, a:red 7li. died
11 Rutherfordtoa yesterdav following
Miss Moore was the
I.. M. Welch af Way
ne ville. and visited the latter'. dautr'i
Mrs, Andrew E. Moore, here fre
quently. She spent her time in
Florida during the winters and at Rev. J
Wayne! ville in the summer. She made
to M. Pierre Chireau, the excellent
general manager of the Pari Opera.
Paris Press, Paris, France.
iMiss Courtney's singing was in
fused with de:p musical feeling. She
-liewcrl tine phrasing, clear diction
and refined artistry. - Spatanlur g
Herald, Spartanburg, S. C.
A North Carolina girl with a rare
ly beautiful soprano voice; --(Tliai-lotte
Observer. Charlotte, N. C.
MISS MOLI.1K NORMAN.
MRS. MATT IE WORI.KK.
BAPTIST I NION MFEITN(i.
Hie. t mg
DEATH OF MRS. Win. C. (J ADD V.
The death of Mrs. Wm. C. Caddy
council on Tuesday, March -7, and
the funeral v.a; held from '.he home
nn Wethiesd. v afternoon, March is.
T .Ai .iigum officiating
Decease.: leaves to m nirn their
loss, her l u-aand, four sons: Henry
(iaddy, II ihert (iaddy and Robert of
Waynesville and J. P daddy of
Program fo. the uiu'in,
to be held' w'th Anlioch
church March -Ji). I'Jl't:
tirouj) II KMiijiosed of Clyde
cliff Cov , W" t Carlton. Oak drove
Hock Sp'intr- Ciabtree and Airiocli
0:4.'. to 1(1:4.". Sunday School.
Deot:onal services led by tbe
Subj. ;t: M'-siomuy Work.
10:-!;-l MI0. L. Wm hi w
Aiken. S. C. and two Hmi.rliti.ix. M,s
Among the projects that are likely J a men ,H. Henderlite officiating at w O. Painte' of nnnean ; r ,.!
West Mrs. r. W. Wright of Waynesville.
MlS. fiadflv was a lifp linir mimlipr
$L'00,0O0. Plans are yet in the ten- Ho'lywood cemetery. Pall bearers 0f the Methodist Mmreh ,
uitivc of Haywoid county.
to materialize in the near future is the home of Mrs. Moore on
new noiei, wiucn win cost urounu r ranKlin avenue. Burial followed .11
i.itive state, Dut a number 01 citizen were Alfte l Mol'e, A. N. Means, ( .
ere actively interested and .t is hoped C. Dawson. Tom- Moore, II. L. Moore
that some definite action will be taken and C. D. Welch.
in the near future. AL-cording to Deceased was a daughter of D
present plans, th; building will be four Isaac Moore and Mrs. Julia Anne
stories high, and will contain about Moore. Mrs. Welch is the only sur
100 rooms. It will be modern in all viving sister. She was well known
respects. here, being a gurst oa several 01-
(C'ontinued on Hack Page.) ca.sion of Mrs. Moore.
.Mrs Caddy was i 1 i years old and
r. Fins were Ilh! to re . the (irefn
.1! cemetery anii.i .1 111. aid ..f ll-iw-.s
and witnessed y a haft of sor-
"irg friends and ic'-u ve.-.
H'lvwco1 "nnp' "utrty's Einp:r '
altitude 2.850 feet.
mation of the dispel. Mark Pt.10.
Rev. Pete Hicks. .
1 1 :tltl-l 1 :.'I0. Chrii'.ian Ani'ri.ssa
i'r. IK'or. ::2t). Rev Oda Buriett.
11:.'10-1L':00. A FnOt,-b. a :ng
Church. John 1.1:2. Rev. Voder Davis.
12 1. Such I.ove
1-1 :.'!(). Sor Service.
I ::!0-2:()(l. 4. A Soul Winning church
'rob. 11:.'!0, James .1:10-20. Mr.
2:-2:30. .1. His Co-laborer.- Matt..
28:20 Prof. ('. C. Capmbell.
2::i0-.:. ;. The Eternal Reward. 11
Peter 1:10-11. Mr. F. A. Justice.
Signed: PROGRAM COMMITTEE.
Waynesville the, town that elimi
nates the word IF
im:vr F K I ! ) W MUKT
At a . oat S::;n on Criday "veiling
Roy Tew, elevi n year old son of P.ei .
'. T. Tew. while loller skating o:
Academy street in fi out of the Tew
home, was struck by a pas.-ing an
tomobile, fell (o the pavement aid
dragged under the macliine for ,e tt
ai yards. He wzu cai l ie. I to the II i
wood County Hospital, where an ev
aniiiiatiop "licilnl that wh le n 1 boa. -had
been biok. n, almo-l .1 -n; , '.
bruises were found on hi 'id;.'.
Whi! 1 his Mipot I'ciai , ound 1 I
fiom the too of his right shouldei.
the full length of his spine, in h
opposite hip. Uy-land. as wer un
pleasantly ini.(i.,sed with the' an
a lent indifference of t'e .1 ;.
selves in a social way. 1: was it:'
deed good to he there.
'I'he afternoon was spent in talking
over the work of the association, look
ing to the enlistment of the peoph- in
the whole program of Southern Bap
tist. A committee was appointed to
prepare a program for a church to
church campaign in the associati ni
to begin at the earliesl date possible.
It is a good thing to be a B.ipti-; and
a better thing to
tist. When we h
white unto barve
our Lord, we will
be a we
a in the
ne als and
i 'Id . are
f V love
am I send
a few moments am! :t
driving wi'houi license tag
Kov lev was lemoved
the following day and
fined to his belt a few day
less drive,- was apprehended late
On trial was convicted.
Va no?)' ; -it urii i--' ;! n 1
re-'ouice; for the locatan of 1
I.OCAI. LINE I.NCOKI'OKA'I El).
Independent Coach Lne. In J. .
Waynoviho, authorized capital ...':'
f t s- i.neo. -v!s-...-ibed i W 1
Mfl-fii' 11. I Davie and O. R. Ma
t ti -.') of Wavnesville
ALEXANDERS INSTALL UEI UKi
Du-lllg 1 1 . oast week the
Frigidaire '... be in-Ci'lo
ville was p'aced in Alexande
Store by be Ca-dina Clean
stallnt mil i y the Swa" I'd 1
pa.v "f Asia ville. It is in !
of an ice cream cabine; wi.h .1 ra
pacity of .",11 gallons. The ice - lea n 1;
to be shipped in thermos ran.- wb ch
are to ;n placed in the fi igidir.'. anil
th cos; of the new- method .if hand
ling ccaai will be one-third as much
as th- o'd wav. After Aniil !; H.
frigidaiie, in various houshold funis
will be sold by the Mai tin Llor'ri,-t'cnip-iny.
MR. ( LARK VERY ILL.
Mi. Dallas Clark of While
towns hip is ,-rv ill at hi- home.
Clark is :i 1 on!'edera;e '.e an-
is one ol tile
if 11 IV-
General View of Wajnesvilie':-. licsitiontial D.stiict.
a 1 fr i 4- M4tw wmf'. n felt? J